If you ain’t tilting, you ain’t trying.
They are most certainly NOT fake-playing Bobby Orr’s Power Play. Nope.
An achievement where a player has ended the game with as many nines as the scoreboard will allow.
Try to remember that you actually LIKE pinball after the game is over.
“Ms. Fizz” offers handmade pinball necklaces. I would seriously sport the TILT necklace. Not so much the ball and flippers, but the TILT necklace works.
A bobble-head figure fastened on top of the head of the game that serves as the game’s topper. When the player shakes and nudges the game, it causes the bobble-head to shake as well.
Stuff like this can happen and be shared with the Internet.
What happened here reminded me of what happened at the 2012 Northwest Pinball Championships in a tie-breaking match between Takashi Ito and Daniele Acciari…