In a world of digital games, there’s a group of people who prefer to keep it old school.
The new Pinball Hall of Fame will be a one-story, 26,880-square-foot building sitting on a 1.8-acre lot.
… demand is only getting higher. So much so that Superelectric has opened a pinball parlor just around the corner in Gordon Square.
“But now, a generation raised on screens and high-def video games are coming out in big numbers for this blinking, bouncing arcade game that evokes a simpler time.”
“The dramatic strains of “The Imperial March” roar as a cannonade of multicolored lights flash and Lindbergh racks up millions of points.”
The Journal covers “Coin-op Carnival” the new publication produced by Ryan Claytor.
Radio.com talk with country music artists Midland, and they talk about some pinball jargon. Mistakes were made. Forgive them.
Uncrate and Wired produced a feature on the Pacific Pinball Museum and a pinball collection of over 1700 games.
Journalism students produced an article and video documentary on Robert Gagno and other topics on pinball in general that compares favorably to those that have been produced by larger news outlets.