Big Bang Bar’s creation is a story of pinball’s near death, of one man’s attempt to become a piece of pinball history, of bankruptcy, of obsession, of short-lived redemption and personal disaster.
Apparently, Polygon got the word from Jody Dankberg about the LCD screens, then the word was walked back a tad.
Farsight Studios are looking into creating virtual tables based on original themes. The most popular virtual tables could become real games. This makes so much sense it’s almost obvious.
Your reading assignment today for is posted at major gaming blog Polygon. The subject: the ways that PAPA are defining the future of pinball gaming.
Chris Plante of Polygon delivers a detailed account of a visit to the Jersey Jack Pinball factory. It includes the history of Jersey Jack and his family, a quick pinball history lesson and the reasons why The Wizard of Oz is a perfect license for them to use for their first game. (Scroll to the middle of the page, and full screen the video.) Click here for the full article on...