This is the first part of a series I’m doing where I talk about The Philosophy of Pinball. Why are people into the hobby? Why am I into the hobby? What are the benefits of this? Are we all crazy? Let’s discuss it!
Here’s an overview of a few basic repairs I made to a game that has been working for awhile, then started to malfunction and then sat for awhile. After some time going over all the game problems I do a summary of what I noticed and fixed.
This is a “first look” and an overview of what I need to do to get this interesting old pinball machine working again.
This is a fun video that I think is quite informative. I go over the process of how I discovered a feature in the game was not working. It’s a good example of how even supposedly “fully-working” games are often not fully working and many people don’t realize.
So what do you do when you discover a play feature isn’t working? I go over how we can diagnose and identify/fix the problem, even without having schematics. Check it out!
This is a very fun game that I recently dragged back to my house to work on. It was being a bit cranky and I finally got a chance to fiddle with it and get it working. I’m still tweaking it but wanted to do some gameplay videos. I forgot how really fun this game is. It’s all about nudging. This is one of the best games to learn the subtle art of nudgng on and widely regarded in pinball collection circles. Come see what the fuss is about..
People often ask what’s the deal with AAB (Add A Ball) games? How and why were they made? Here’s a short segment where I talk about this group of pinball machines and what prompted their creation.
In my ongoing series I’m taking a look at individual features of pinball machines and how they work. Even the most mundane elements of games may reveal a few secrets you might not know!