Goal: Rule the Universe successfully as quickly as possible. Dirty Pool or GTFO. Also, Cat Mode is in effect.
Jason Werdrick took time out of his busy schedule to rule a universe. Twice. Just in case you think the first election was somehow invalid or something.
I don’t normally wear Chuck Taylors, but when I do, I’m attacking Mars.
Submitted for your amazement is Trent Augenstein in the process of owning the crap out of this Attack from Mars machine.
More pinball from Roy Wils’ perspective at the Dutch Pinball Open.
“MAT” from Gameroom Collectibles completes “Rule the Universe” on Attack from Mars. Impressive, even though the pin was in standard settings…
Quick points: Keith Elwin dominates the qualifying round — Escher Lefkoff and Johnny Modica survive the Late Night Beat Down — For some reason, I like Centigrade 37 — The Stroke of Luck kickout on Attack from Mars got better.
All of the games are set extremely tough but fair … Basically, they are settings that I would want to play on games that are on route to get good practice for tournament play. But I realize that wouldn’t happen …
Sanjay Shah plays Attack from Mars during an official Jersey Pinball Association league match. This means 3 balls, plunge extra balls (you can’t play them), and tournament mode. On this machine, tournament mode forces the Stroke of Luck to award 50 Million every time.