Literal pins, not pinball games. Pins based on pinball games like Galaxy, Meteor, Stars, The Machine, WWF Royal Rumble, and more. Lapel pins.
What’s better than STARS? Well, nothing much really. EXCEPT … what if STARS had stages and a wizard mode? Well … now this exists. And the market value of STARS just went up.
Ryan Claytor and Nick Baldridge, co-authors of the 64-page Coin-Op Carnival #1 have just received top prize, 1st place in the Graphic Novel category in the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo (S.P.A.C.E.) annual awards.
And now … another type of TOMMY mode. A merging of TOMMY mode with Cat Mode to become (dun, dun, dun) TomCat Mode!
Here is a convenient place to see many of the people and places that are promoting pinball.
When the world is in dire straits, and you need to destroy the future, you are going to need a proper amount of sugary carbohydrates to complete your mission.
“Steve Ritschdorff, retired from the pinball industry, spends his days making magical contraptions all from spare pinball parts.”
From Brian Allen: “I wanted to share this video I posted of creating the line work for my Attack From Mars alternate Translite with my Wacom Cintiq tablet.”
Two videos from separate builders. One with a mini cabinet and one with a full size cabinet.