Another pinball machine for the basement game room!

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Thought I would share as I'm pumped I found one of these.

I've been wanting one of these machines for a while. Its called "Strange Science." Yep, a knock off of the '80's flick Weird Science due to licensing agreements :lol:

Fun game with five ball multiball if your lucky/skilled enough.

YouTube vid of the machine in action (not my machine, but it gives you a sense of how the game play is).
Anyone else into these old games?

I need to build a MAME cabinet to compliment the old machines in the basement.
 

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@72SSAbody

Nice, very nice. Those Pinball machines still have an appeal, even these days with all the high tech video games.
I don't know anything about Pinball. But, over ten years ago I kind of fell in love with this one machine, and I played it a lot for a while. It's the 'Addams Family' Pinball.
A lot of fun. That's the one I would get. Who knows, maybe one day.



:rolleyes:

If I would have to pick an Arcade video game, it had to be 'Defender.'


:cool:
 

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I was always a fan of Airbuster myself.

But pinball? Now we're talking. I used to love a Willams machine from the late 80's/early 90's called Bad Cats - the sounds were hilarious. We had on in the games room in Halls for a while in my second year at Uni.
 

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I always wanted the Star Trek video game. It was a ship to ship combat game with the ships drawn with wire frames. Would be so very cool.
 
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