The WPPR harvest is in season this October! Will you reap what you have sown?Read More
Last person standing goes home with a Led Zeppelin Pro!Read More
On Tilt Pinball will be holding a launch party for Legends of Valhalla by American Pinball. It’s this Saturday, December 18th, 2021 starting at 11:00 AM. They already have 39 players registered as of the writing of this post.Read More
The Bat City Pinball (BCP) monthly events that were being held at Buffalo Billiards in Austin, Texas (respectful nod, RIP) will also be resuming at Cidercade in Austin, Texas in addition to the events that will be held at The Hangout Pinball Lounge.Read More
The Bat City Pinball (BCP) monthly events that were being held at Buffalo Billiards in Austin, Texas (respectful nod, RIP) will be resuming at The Hangout Pinball Lounge in Taylor, Texas!
The next event will be held on Sunday September 5th with qualification rounds starting at 2:15 pm. The final qualification round will be at 5:00 pm with the Final round occurring directly afterward.Read More
Pinball Shenanigans tours TILT Arcade Bar which has expanded into another location in London, Ontario in addition to their already existing location in Toronto.
Description by Pinball Shenanigans:
Owner and operator Evan Oswald runs Tilt and Z80 Arcades in Toronto and has expanded into London. This is a video tour / sneak peak of the action just before the grand opening! London’s first arcade in decades!Read More
“On a recent Thursday evening, the lights at RPC, as the place is known for short, were more than just on. They were flashing amid a cacophony of clacking flippers, buzzers, and bells caused by silver balls rocketing and ricocheting off blinking bumpers under glass on their playfields.
Casual players tend to view pinball as a frenzied series of random zigs and zags that are more at the mercy of luck than skill. The couple dozen players at RPC knew better.”Read More
WDRB Louisville spotlights a new pinball museum that opened last Sunday in Corbin, Kentucky.
“Owner Jim Bruso got the idea for an arcade-like museum after seeing similar businesses around the world. There are hundreds of pinball machines, some dating back to the 1940s.”Read More