Das beste an dem Bild? Definitiv der Flipper. Mit diesem wunderschönen Gerät habe ich schon als Kind im Arbeitszimmer meines Vaters gespielt. Irgendwann wollte er diesen loswerden und ihr könnt euch natürlich vorstellen wer sofort nach Bayern gefahren ist, um dieses Baby nach Berlin zu verfrachten 🔥 und um eure Fragen zu beantworten: Ja er geht auch noch und ja ist dauernd in Verwendung 😁
224813 February, 2020
Something you may not know about me is I’m a huge pinball fan 👾. They are complete works of art in themselves, I’ve been collecting / fixing / rebuilding trading them for over 8 years now. It’s probably one of the most addictive hobbies I’ve ever had! Don’t get one, they multiply quickly!!! 😎
Any baseball fans?! ⚾️ This Frank Thomas' Big Hurt pinball machine is perfect for those who love baseball! The playfield resembles a stadium with roaring crowds, a play-by-play announcer and features a moving baseball glove! 👌
See bio and don't hesitate if you have any questions or want to request a video of the playfield! 🕹 #PinballDepot
3441223 January, 2020
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The third Pinball/Arcade museum I've been to in Europe and this tops the lot,100s of pinball/Arcade machines was such a fun night😀
Visiting GameCraft Arcade in Southington Connecticut. I haven’t told them I work for Stern Pinball yet. I probably won’t. lol. 👀🤣 Cool spot!! Arcade Bars are popping up all over the nation and world and are helping to drive a global resurgence in pinball machine and classic arcade interest. 👏 #SternPinball#Pinball#GameCraft
Have you seen our #rumbleinthewest merch?! These exclusive items are only available for pre-order until the 20th of March! You can pick them up at the event or if you can't make it we can ship your items. www.rumbleinthewest.com/merch for more details. #retrogaming#arcade#pinball
Did you know pinball was outlawed?
It was believed to be a game of chance, gambling, and was said to rob school children of their hard earned nickels and dimes. It wasn't until Roger Sharpe testified before a court in New York City in 1976, that the ban was repealed. To prove that it was a game of skill, and not luck, Sharpe called each shot before he made it. What to know more? Pick up issue #1 of What The V.U.K? to learn a bit of pinball history.
1: Mayor LaGuardia smashing pinball games after the ban became law
2: A man smashing a pinball machine in Provo, UT
3: Roger Sharpe blowing minds in the NYC court case to lift the ban
Dazzling Las Vegas lights of the more old-fashioned kind at the Pinball Hall of Fame. The only football-themed machine brings back memories of the World Cup in the United States in ‘94. #pinballhalloffame#pinball#pinballmachine