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Pinball is a type of arcade game, in which points are scored by a player manipulating one or more steel balls on a play field inside a glass-covered cabinet called a pinball machine (or “pinball table”). The primary objective of the game is to score as many points as possible.
With his massive point gain from PAPA 20 now decaying, Zach Sharpe relinquishes his hold on the #1 position to Raymond Davidson, the current IFPA World and National Champion.
When the Oakland Raiders visited Philadelphia for their Christmas Day game last year, management and coaches wanted to find a way to keep players and their families entertained at their hotel, safely away from unruly Eagles fans.
“Path of Play” is an initiative for children with autism started by Michael Primeau, a CBC producer whose son is on the autism spectrum, to help parents connect with their children through playing pinball and other games at his home.
The ExpoGlare remains at the Westin, and Rob Berk is the captain now. Pinball Expo is back! Well, it never really left. Pinball Palooza is over! Well it never really started.
Erik Swedlund writes about how being “on the circuit” helped continue his enthusiasm for competitive pinball.
Pinball whizzes were competing for trophies, prizes and a chance to qualify for the Pennsylvania State Championship in Malvern.
My April Fools joke was already cashed in last evening. Meanwhile let’s congratulate Josh Sharpe on winning his first Major Championship!
Like many students, when 1991 Ohio State alumnus Trent Augenstein first started college, he had no idea what he wanted to do. Although he graduated with a degree in finance and real estate, he now makes his living off of what started as a favorite hobby — pinball.