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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: October 21, 2012, 13:46
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Quote from PinballReviewer on October 21, 2012, 03:55
Pin*Bot sure is hard but is fun I like pins that are challenging.

Do you also have the High-Speed on NES?
To be honest I never know Williams made a NES game based on real pinball machines I recently picked up High-Speed and Pin*Bot cheap on Amazon I like Pin*Bot better as High-Speed they put stuff on the playfield that never was there in the real pinball machine.

It is the purest in me and since I have High-Speed pinball machine for reals I feel it was a slap in the fans face putting all this junk in the balls way.

And did you know about the Gottlieb and Williams collections?
They started out in disc form and pretty much all platforms now.
It is done by Farsight and they do simulations of real pinball machines and is one of the best pin simulators I have seen yet.

The Gottlieb collection disc format is on:
PS2, PSP, GameCube, and Wii

The Williams collection disc format is on
PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS

There is also The Pinball Arcade also by Farsight that is a download

The plateforms it is for is:
Cellphones Android and other fancy phones, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The full game give you 4 tables.

They are:
Medieval Madness, Ripley's Believe it or not, Black Hole and Theatre of Magic.

The pinball arcade also has add-on packs that give you two new pinball machines and they are always fairly good price for the quality that is put into each table Farsight has done.

Sorry about going on and on but just thought I'd let you know if you did not know about some cheap fun pinball machines in game form that are based on real pins. 🙂

Oh yeah, I love the Williams and Gottileb collections. I've got those on my PS2. Worth every penny of their $4.99 a piece price tag from Goodwill.

Never heard of High-Speed. But if it's from Williams as Pin-Bot was, it's probably good. I'll have to keep my eye out for it when I'm hunting down games.

blipsqueak
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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: October 21, 2012, 21:11
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Picked up my first pinball machine a few weeks ago. I basically had one option... Bad Cats. It's actually a pretty fun table. My wife is a cat lover (I am too, but she is over the top) so I figured it was the perfect one to get. We can't stop playing it and I've already learned a ton about repair and maintenance. I just joined a month or so ago myself, but pinside.com is an awesome resource for everything pinball.

PinballRev-
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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: October 21, 2012, 21:44
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Quote from BurningDoom on October 21, 2012, 13:46

Quote from PinballReviewer on October 21, 2012, 03:55
Pin*Bot sure is hard but is fun I like pins that are challenging.

Do you also have the High-Speed on NES?
To be honest I never know Williams made a NES game based on real pinball machines I recently picked up High-Speed and Pin*Bot cheap on Amazon I like Pin*Bot better as High-Speed they put stuff on the playfield that never was there in the real pinball machine.

It is the purest in me and since I have High-Speed pinball machine for reals I feel it was a slap in the fans face putting all this junk in the balls way.

And did you know about the Gottlieb and Williams collections?
They started out in disc form and pretty much all platforms now.
It is done by Farsight and they do simulations of real pinball machines and is one of the best pin simulators I have seen yet.

The Gottlieb collection disc format is on:
PS2, PSP, GameCube, and Wii

The Williams collection disc format is on
PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS

There is also The Pinball Arcade also by Farsight that is a download

The plateforms it is for is:
Cellphones Android and other fancy phones, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The full game give you 4 tables.

They are:
Medieval Madness, Ripley's Believe it or not, Black Hole and Theatre of Magic.

The pinball arcade also has add-on packs that give you two new pinball machines and they are always fairly good price for the quality that is put into each table Farsight has done.

Sorry about going on and on but just thought I'd let you know if you did not know about some cheap fun pinball machines in game form that are based on real pins. 🙂

Oh yeah, I love the Williams and Gottileb collections. I've got those on my PS2. Worth every penny of their $4.99 a piece price tag from Goodwill.

Never heard of High-Speed. But if it's from Williams as Pin-Bot was, it's probably good. I'll have to keep my eye out for it when I'm hunting down games.

Good luck in finding High-Speed.
It is fun I just wish they left off all the annoying things that tend to get in the way.

PinballRev-
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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: October 21, 2012, 21:45
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Quote from blipsqueak on October 21, 2012, 21:11
Picked up my first pinball machine a few weeks ago. I basically had one option... Bad Cats. It's actually a pretty fun table. My wife is a cat lover (I am too, but she is over the top) so I figured it was the perfect one to get. We can't stop playing it and I've already learned a ton about repair and maintenance. I just joined a month or so ago myself, but pinside.com is an awesome resource for everything pinball.

Awesome that is one that I'd like to play.
From what I've seen on youtube videos it is really fun.

Clecio-BR
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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: November 19, 2012, 19:07
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I love a pinball called Rally. Its a 80's one. When I was married, I asked my wife to let me buy. There was a guy in São Paolo selling for about US$500, without shipping (wich I suppose would be very expensive). Well I chosed to obey her.

Take a look at Rally:

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I also loved Polar:

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Sadly, I really dont like the digital machines I see nowadays. I prefer the old analog ones.

gamester81
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Post Re: Pinball Machines
on: January 17, 2017, 20:06
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I currently own three pins; a Data East Star Wars, Data East Batman, and a Sega Jurassic Park Lost World. Anyone else on here own any pins?

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