Sometimes, you are having a bad day. The Addams Family pinball does not care.
When you have the ball trapped on a flipper, I know that “gate open” target through the spinner is tempting, but that is how you drain off of that strategically placed rubber post right below the opening of the spinner shot.
Pinball games know when it’s your last game before you turn them off. At that point, the sentient pinball machine makes a decision.
“Art sells Pinball machines. There was no better team ever in pinball as the Art Team at Bally. From 1975 until Bally was sold to Midway in 1983 an eclectic, creative and dedicated team of artists made some of the best art pinball had ever seen.”
This is the face of a man who has everything on the line and doesn’t even care. Well, he can’t really lose points if he loses the bet, just potential future points. So, LET IT RIDE!
The restoration process so far, parts one through five. At least all of the ones I could find.
The Colorado Pinball Collective has some dirty pools with Martians in them. They need to be cleaned and disinfected. Here are two of those dirty pools now.
It’s time for Pool Sharks. Which means it’s time to light extra balls. And they just keep coming.