A discussion online reminded me of this video of the Brooklyn Pinball Championships 2013 where we played on Avatar with settings that could be called … brutal?
Is “unobtainium” is the most unimaginative name for a rare McGuffin movie item ever?
You don’t have the balls, Sully to make this comeback. No, literally you don’t. Because that was ball 3. The game is over Sully.
The following video shows you what can happen if you set your tournament games a little too difficult for competition play.
Quick points: Keith Elwin dominates the qualifying round — Escher Lefkoff and Johnny Modica survive the Late Night Beat Down — For some reason, I like Centigrade 37 — The Stroke of Luck kickout on Attack from Mars got better.
All of the games are set extremely tough but fair … Basically, they are settings that I would want to play on games that are on route to get good practice for tournament play. But I realize that wouldn’t happen …
In games with a wizard mode, it is the one requirement that is much harder than all the others. It is usually the one you complete last before achieving the Wizard Mode, making the other requirements not as relevant.
Game One of the 2012 Canadian Pinball Open on Avatar. I think I am going to avoid using the Flip cam right after playing in a tournament. I need all the image stabilization I can get.