After viewing this podcast I am actively excited about the future of pinball and pinball broadcasting, even more than usual. Of course I searched for the Kickstarter, and
it’s not up yet as of this date (C’mon, Kickstarter).
Chase has very quickly become a valued ambassador for the sport of pinball, and I am looking forward to seeing what Geek Gamer Network produces in the future.
More on GeekGamerTV.
- 0:05:40 – Wizard of Oz production begins
- 0:09:00 – WoZ on location, or collector only?
- 0:11:30 – Full Throttle by Heighway Pinball
- 0:13:15 – Flipper parts and feel. Differences?
- 0:14:15 – Are games like Full Throttle and P3 the future of pinball?
- 0:16:00 – What can help foster new excitement for the hobby?
- 0:18:00 – Limitations of pinball (hardware and software)
- 0:20:00 – STERN’s Metallica
- 0:21:00 – Thank you, Lyman F. Sheats, Jr. (seriously, thank you for your dedication to pinball — SSB)
- 0:23:00 – STERN’s quality control, optimism for the game, deciding which edition to purchase
- 0:27:00 – Finishing code before release, updating code and rule sets, patching.
- 0:31:30 – Competitive pinball – PAPA Circuit Finals
- 0:33:00 – Daniele Celestino Acciari from Italy
- 0:34:20 – How the PAPA Circuit came to be
- 0:35:30 – The PAPA Circuit Championship Belt
- 0:40:10 – The PAPA Circuit Finals were streamed live on the Internet
- 0:44:00 – A preview of the recorded action (the final balls of the final game)
- 0:52:00 – General analysis of tournament play
- 0:55:00 – Pinburgh 2013 – The largest pinball tournament in the world
- 1:04:00 – PAPA Kickstarter! PAPA TV!
- 1:09:00 – Motivations for the Kickstarter
- 1:12:00 – Kickstarter awards
- 1:15:00 – GeekGamerTV will continue to cooperate with PAPA to stream pinball action
- 1:20:00 – Thank you Bowen! (Also, thank you Mark, Kevin and all of the PAPA volunteers! — SSB)