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    I have a Steam code that needs a home! Post below with your favorite pinball memory. This can be a memory of the first time you ever played your favorite real-life pinball table, or the proud moment when you beat wizard mode on one of our tables. The winner will be drawn at random tomorrow at 5pm Pacific, so good luck!

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    My favorite memory of pinball was hanging out with friends during high school and playing 4 player rounds on 8 ball deluxe. We did that on a regular basis. Every so often the table would be changed and we'd all be challenged to learn the new game. Good times
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    Well I doubt I stand a chance of winning this seeing as I have been critical of Zen recently but "If you don't buy a ticket...". I'm not a hardcore pinball fan as such but it is a game I have always found to be very fun and addictive. I prefer the idea of video game pinball to real pinball and have been disappointed for years that there was no game that quite got me excited, until I found Zen pinball on my iphone. But this feeling soon turned into disappointment when I did some reserch and found I could not play this on (my) PC. And then I came across "the thread" that made my day. Zens unique brand of pinball WAS coming for all PC users. This is my ultimate pinball moment. Seriously if you guys have read all my posts you will see it is. Code or no code Pinball FX2 being released on Steam is the most exciting game release for me since Skyrim and Battlefield 3.

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    My memory is about what got me into pinball. I remember hitting up the arcade with my dad when I was a kid and really lighting up a machine - I want to say it was High Speed but I can't remember it 100%. Anyways it was just such a great feeling to do so well, not that I REALLY understood what I was doing then but I've been into it ever since.

    Now I've got a few real machines of my own (Doctor Who and Rollergames) and just recently finished building a virtual pinball cabinet. I just installed Steam on it and can't wait to play Pinball FX2 on it on Friday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shifty View Post
    Well I doubt I stand a chance of winning this seeing as I have been critical of Zen recently but "If you don't buy a ticket...". I'm not a hardcore pinball fan as such but it is a game I have always found to be very fun and addictive. I prefer the idea of video game pinball to real pinball and have been disappointed for years that there was no game that quite got me excited, until I found Zen pinball on my iphone. But this feeling soon turned into disappointment when I did some reserch and found I could not play this on (my) PC. And then I came across "the thread" that made my day. Zens unique brand of pinball WAS coming for all PC users. This is my ultimate pinball moment. Seriously if you guys have read all my posts you will see it is. Code or no code Pinball FX2 being released on Steam is the most exciting game release for me since Skyrim and Battlefield 3.
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    When i was young Cirqus Voltaire was my favorite. It wasn’t that the game play was especially interesting – after all, who really understands all the goals and objectives of pinball anyway? You just try to keep from losing the oversized ball bearing and hope to hit enough flashy things to get an extra ball. I like it because it generates interest on its own merits rather than trying to strike a chord with a pop culture favorite. It loosely involved being involved with the circus, complete with a “ringmaster” that made me think of ‘Zoltar’ from the movie Big.

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    Wow that's cool !

    Well, I did not play a ton of tables in my teenage years because of a grandiose lack of money, but was lucky enough to play some of the legendary ones like The Adams Family or The Twilight Zone. So I'll go for the nice feelings I had while watching the documentary "Special When Lit" not so long ago.

    What a touching movie ! It explains how was created the first table ever in the late 1800's (even 1700's !!) and how they struggle to find and keep a market in the United States in different eras (like the prohibition in the 1930's - 40's until 1970's) toward the death of some of the oldest manufacturers like Bally or Gottlieb in late 80's - 90's, unfortunately mostly because of the growing popularity of the video games.

    They also interview some of the best players in the world, and what was my surprise to see the pro's body language for the first time ! I was very impressed by the dedication and passion these guys are puting into pinball, like any other athlete training and training to be better and try and beat the best score. Oh man I remember some of the top players in my town learning the rythm of the game and keeping that final ball forever, while I could not stay more than a few minutes with each one. Man pinball is tough !

    This documentary is worth watching for any pinball fan, even more worth watching for anyone not familiar with it just to see the incredible evolution of pinball through decades. Pinball took many hits, but it's still around, and now with the digital era bringing back some of the most popular tables or creating awesome tables with the same love and passion and perfectionism that Williams, Stern, Bally or Gotlieb did before, it is overwhelming and I am glad that I can finally get some time learning and scoring without having to spend all my coins every week-ends. And PP Timeshock is starting to get old... ^^

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    I want to share one of my favorite pinball memories as well! It's actually a very recent one. Last month I went to Vegas to visit some friends and I ended up checking out the pinball hall of fame - they have a really rare machine there called The Pinball Circus. It's a super funky upright-style machine (it's weird, check out the pics on the link) and apparently there are only 2 of them in existence. It's got multiple levels and way too many flippers placed in random spots, but it was really fun! I met up with a friend who works at PlayStation and he was the one who told me that it was too rad not to play. So glad I did!

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    My favorite pinball memory was going to the Pacific Pinball Museum for the first time. They had a great mix EM and SS machines. I was a kid in a candy store.

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    The table that got me into Pinball was Rollergames. It's one of those tables that just awe-struck me when I was 8 years old and I've been playing pinball ever since.

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    I want to share one of my favorite pinball memories as well! It's actually a very recent one. Last month I went to Vegas to visit some friends and I ended up checking out the pinball hall of fame - they have a really rare machine there called The Pinball Circus. It's a super funky upright-style machine (it's weird, check out the pics on the link) and apparently there are only 2 of them in existence. It's got multiple levels and way too many flippers placed in random spots, but it was really fun! I met up with a friend who works at PlayStation and he was the one who told me that it was too rad not to play. So glad I did!
    The reason why there was only 2 of them is because they were prototypes.

    Back in the late 90s, they were trying to figure out a way to make a pinball machine that could complete with an arcade machine. The main reason was because coin operators were complaining about the size of pinball machines and how much room they took.

    Two people came up with an idea, which was The Pinball Circus. A multi-level pinball machine that was the size of an arcade cabinet. Unfortunately, by the time the prototypes were completed, the arcades were starting to go belly up. The project was discontinued and one of the creators donated his copy of the prototype to the Pinball Hall of Fame.
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    My favorite pinball moment was about three weeks ago when I got my new virtual pinball cabinet delivered. There's nothing like playing on a full-size cabinet with real buttons, real nudging, etc. You forget you're not playing a real table. As good as some of the hobbyist tables I've been playing are, I can't wait to play PBFX2 on it!

    The funny thing is I wasn't even into pinball until a couple years ago. I had never really played growing up (I'm 30). There just weren't many around and video games always got my attention first. Then I put together a MAME cabinet with a control panel that had pinball buttons on the side. So I gave one of the pinball games a try and really got into it. Then I discovered Pinball FX2 (on Xbox because there was no PC version). Now it's a couple years later -- I've been to 2 Chicago Pinball Expos, visited the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame and now have my own virtual pincab.

    Pinball (at least virtual pinball) seems to be making a comeback, and I'm sure Zen is a large part of it. Let's keep it going.

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    Too many great moments, really But one of my favorites was definitely beating Dracula on the Blade table. I remember running out of my room shouting in such happiness

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    I have 2 moments that I reminisce about all of the time.

    When I was younger my family owned a golf and fun center which had a driving range, batting cages, mini putt and an arcade. My uncle was into pinball and he made sure the arcade was full of Pinball machines. I was able to play these machines for hours on end without spending a quarter. I could get the master keys and add as many credits as I wanted.

    My first favourite pinball moment was having a birthday party there. We added unlimited credits on all arcades machines and played all day. The machines that we had were Twilight Zone, Jurassic Park, Star Trek, Terminator 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rocky and Bowinkle, Taxi, from what i can remember off of the top of my head. We also had air hockey, pacman, MK and basketball, but pinball was where it was at.

    Twilight Zone was by far the one I played the most, but alas, we ended up selling all machines (not my idea) to make room for a Golf Proshop. I plead with family to let me keep one of the machines, and finally convinced them to let me keep one, this was my second fav moment.... I wasnt allowed to keep Twilight Zone because it was worth too much. I had a choice between Turtles and Rocky and Bowinkle. Me being a huge turtles fan chose the TMNT pin, although looking back the R&B table was more fun.


    Thanks for the recommendation about the PinB documentary DjParagon

    I agree with you guys that pinball seems to be making a comeback. Saw this article on Slashdot the other day which I thought was interesting.

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    It would have to be the first time I saw Theatre of Magic at a local Gabriel Bros. I hated shopping there, but when they put that machine in, I had an excuse to go with my family and to short my lunch money regularly just a bit in order to enjoy it.

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    I have many fond memories playing real pinball in my teens, from the first time playing Terminator 2 as soon as it came out to Theatre of Magic etc and who could forget the first time getting the 13 ball multiball on Apollo 13... awesome!!

    Electronic pinball - playing Revenge of the Gator on the original gameboy, playing Metroid Pinball on Nintendo DS in the wee early hours of the morning while sitting in line for U2 tickets, and of course finally beating a wizard mode in Pinball Fx2.

    My fondest recent memory was going to a local expo last year and playing pinball for about 6 hours straight. I think I tried about 40 different machines that day, many I hadn't seen in real life before like Medieval Madness, Circus Voltaire and Monster Bash. Lots of really old school machines as well. It was like a history lesson The only downside was getting sore wrists. If I told anyone I had sore wrists there was always the funny looks (that a man gets) and the follow up 'why what have you been doing' question!!!

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    I have a few, but I have a feeling one of my favorite memories is one I'm about to make when I play the PC version of this game for the first time. Sounds like a total suck-up post, I know, but here's why: I'm building a Star Wars themed virtual pin cab, which was in large part inspired by the iPad version of the Zen Star Wars tables which I've been playing since release. My hope was that I could build the cab and showcase the PC version of this game some day. Well, after a few months of planning and building, my cabinet should be complete this week, and what do you know, JUST in time! One of the first sets of tables I will experience on my newly built toy will be these!

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    It's nothing about memory but more about nostalgia for me. When I first heard about 'Marvel pinball' I was quite skeptical. So I tried the demo for the original marvel tables and it didn't really 'Capture' me because of the maximum score per table. That was until I finally said what the heck. To this day I love everything that Zen has put out with a few exceptions of course.


    Certainly Zen/Marvel has brought me back to my love for pinball. Read the forums to hear about Pinball Arcade and them emulating real tables I grew up with. Now I'm looking around my city to find some real pinball machines to play. I've been looking into getting into some real pinball leagues around and competing in pinball tournaments. It is a blessing I found Zen.

    Love you guys/gals at Zen. Really am hoping to get the PBFX2 core pack on PS3 but I might just go ahead and get it on steam.

    *crosses fingers for Core pack code* Doubt it but what the heck wishful thinking.

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    I think the people behind pinball fx2 have found a great balance between what a real pinball table is and what a video pinball table can be. The tables are fun and the themes are immersive. I owned the initial run of marvel tables on the ps3 before my console broke; i remember having to convince my friends of how fun they were, the idea of visual pinball didnt seem to interest them in the slightest, but once they got their hands on it they were hooked. From these few tables i realized how fun they were as a casual experience, yet at the same time, when i wanted to play it seriously, learning the tables and aiming for high scores or trophies was extremely satisfying from a competitive perspective. I have been anxiously awaiting a pc release of these tables to pick up the ones i lost and the ones i hadn't had a chance to own. I am extremely excited for this steam release!

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    Is this the same kind of Steam code I got? If so, that would be an amazing prize!

    BTW game looks pretty good at 1200x1920 with 16xQ CSAA.

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    In the near there was a bowling center at once. And they have a pinball machine named junk yard. We played every weekend with my friends. But that was the past. The place is closed down about 2 years ago, and in my city no other place where i can find a pinball machine. (sry for my english)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solitude View Post
    Is this the same kind of Steam code I got? If so, that would be an amazing prize!

    BTW game looks pretty good at 1200x1920 with 16xQ CSAA.
    It is! All DLC! Someone is going to be a pretty happy camper!

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    Best pinball memory is defeating Iron Man Wizard mode.

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    One of my earliest memories is when I was a really small child on holiday. I can't even remember where I was - except that it was really hot - but I have an extremely vivid memory of standing on my tiptoes and desperately grabbing onto the machine as I played pinball for the first time. I have no idea what the table was and I had no clue what I was doing but I was transfixed by all the strange noises and the magical balls whizzing about in front of my eyes!

    Playing real pinball has been a very rare thing for me and I can't find physical tables anywhere nowadays but I've been playing video pinball since Pinball Dreams on the Amiga many moons ago.

    I can't wait to play all the Zen tables on Steam when they come out - I've already bought them all on my Nexus 7 but I need physical buttons yo! Keep up the amazing work

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    Well I can't even remember the name of the game but I do remember being in my parent's living room, with my shiny new(!) Atari 2600 playing some extremely primitive pinball simulation game, barely recognizable as the same thing in comparison to Pinball FX2. And my dad thought it'd be funny to put on Pinball Wizard, which was also the first time I'd ever heard The Who. My fragile young mind was blown of course, but then something weird happened, the music helped me totally zone into the game and I smashed my highscore by orders of magnitude. I think that might actually be the first time I experienced that calm detachment and focus that lets you act without thinking, which I now try to use for all action games.

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    My fondest memory of Pinball was the classic arcade table named Cyclone. Link to it here: http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?gid=617

    This was the pinball game that I wanted to play endlessly. It was pretty slick for it's time, with a moving ferris wheel and the layout was great. I was like 16-18 at the time and would go just about every day to the arcade and play. Before Cyclone, there were a bunch of pinball machines that I loved and played, but this one table alone has made me a huge pinball fan for over 25 years. I've played so many video game versions over the years, but the whole Zen pinball games have truly blown me away. With amazing table designs, missions, "secret area", etc., my love for pinball has grown tremendously since both the Williams pinball on the Playstation Portable and now my Galaxy S3. Seeing Zen come to Steam was the best. I had to post it all over the interwebs

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    Red face My Pinball Story - a Marvel Pinball success story!

    I might as well give this a shot, hmmm I guess one of my fondest memories of pinball came from attaining a specific achievement in PFX2 (Xbox 360).

    It was the Thor Table I was trying my best to beat its Wizard Mode to attain the dreaded 'The Betrayer' Achievement. Now to get to the Wizard Mode on Thor you have to beat 5 Missions which are quite challenging, now after you do that you engage the Wizard Mode which is a Multiball Mode. You are required to produce 8 or so shots up the flashing lanes (these lanes alternate after one is hit), after which you then need to lock the balls into the Golden Apples Sink Holes to complete. If you go down to 1 Ball the Wizard Mode is failed and better still the whole Mission progress is reset, so you would need to complete all 5 Mission to reattempt the Wizard Mode.

    Sounds easy right?.. Yes..........NO!

    After failing the Wizard Mode 29 times, playing the Table for 23 hours...... it was my 30th attempt which saw me complete the Wizard Mode. It was 3am in the morning..... but upon completing it I shouted "YES!" from the top of my lungs without a care in the world if anyone would hear me. The joy I felt to this day is a feeling which can't be brought and will live with me for the rest of my mortal life.
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    Not my earliest recollection of video pinball (for that I would have to go back to Microbyte Pinball on the Acorn Electron)...

    I have great memories of Pinball Dreams by Digital Illusions on the Commodore Amiga A500. Hearing for the first time the dramatic loading music that sounded to my ears like the ident of a film company. Then upon getting into the game (Ignition was my favourite), marvelling at the super smooth scrolling gorgeous graphics and amazing ball movement physics.

    16bit computing had brought truly realistic pinball onto my TV screen and I couldn't imagine it any better (until Pinball Fantasies came along followed by True Pinball, Pro Pinball, Zen Pinball etc etc :-) ).

    Happy memories of me and my friends, huddling around my fuzzy portable TV playing tournaments that would last all evening.

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    I hope you'll get it ShoryukenToTheChin ^^

    Good luck all !

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    I played a ton on a creepy Williams table called Funhouse back in college. The table featured Rudy, a ventrilogquist's dummy who taunted you. His mouth was a target to get multiball (I think), and basically your goal was to hit Rudy a bunch. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarbieBobomb View Post
    It is! All DLC! Someone is going to be a pretty happy camper!

    All DLC!!!!!!! Holy %^#^ That would be awesome. Didn't realize that. Looks like I have about 1 in 15 chance to get it. Could be more with other comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenorhero View Post
    Looks like I have about 1 in 15 chance to get it. Could be more with other comments.
    Try 1 in 100 or more. The contest is also open to Facebook and Twitter users and I've seen over 50 comments on FB alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shogun00 View Post
    Try 1 in 100 or more. The contest is also open to Facebook and Twitter users and I've seen over 50 comments on FB alone.
    Nope, these are separate from the Facebook and Twitter contests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarbieBobomb View Post
    Nope, these are separate from the Facebook and Twitter contests.
    Oh! It sounded like it was a combined thing, since you said you only have "one code". Never mind then!

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    Beating Ultimo for the first time.

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    Going to pinburgh last year.

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    Cool Star Wars Clone Wars memory

    My favorite recent memory, as all I'm playing as far as pinball goes these days is Pinball FX2, was when I was having a fast and furious good time on the Clone Wars table. Really in the zone, chugging along, first time I had actually finished the War on Christophis mission, and the training mission, and I had a "physics moment." I managed to flip the ball up over the right ball lock, and get it wedged in between the return rail and the launch tube on the right side of the table. Game over.

    Far from being disappointed (other than wishing perhaps there was a "super tilt"), I split a gut laughing. I didn't expect to have the physics be so good that fluke "call the arcade owner to repair the machine" moments were possible. Luckily, since it's all virtual, all I had to do was shut down the machine and start 'er up again.

    The "Force" unfortunately had left me. I no longer had the power to score points, or to break the table with physics flukes.

    Had I known you would start a thread like this, I would have taken a screenshot. I'm still laughing about it as I type this right now.

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    Beating Ultimo for the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hfball View Post
    My favorite recent memory, as all I'm playing as far as pinball goes these days is Pinball FX2, was when I was having a fast and furious good time on the Clone Wars table. Really in the zone, chugging along, first time I had actually finished the War on Christophis mission, and the training mission, and I had a "physics moment." I managed to flip the ball up over the right ball lock, and get it wedged in between the return rail and the launch tube on the right side of the table. Game over.

    Far from being disappointed (other than wishing perhaps there was a "super tilt"), I split a gut laughing. I didn't expect to have the physics be so good that fluke "call the arcade owner to repair the machine" moments were possible. Luckily, since it's all virtual, all I had to do was shut down the machine and start 'er up again.

    The "Force" unfortunately had left me. I no longer had the power to score points, or to break the table with physics flukes.

    Had I known you would start a thread like this, I would have taken a screenshot. I'm still laughing about it as I type this right now.
    That is hilarious! I'm the same way though - glitches always make me bust up laughing! I can imagine it would be a different story if I was about to smash my own high score!

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    Default My first pinball game that "clicked"

    When i was a little kid, I had tried pinball, but except for a couple of pitch/bat games, it had not clicked, probably because I was too short . However, when I was about 14 years old on my way to school, I had passed in front of the old British hotel in Aylmer Quebec and had noticed a pinball machine named Royal Flush. I have no idea why but I popped in and took another closer look. I don't know if it is the many targets, the fun theme or a better appreciation for the EM sounds but I needed to play it and popped a dime in (it was cheap but we are talking about 1978 or so!). I kept coming back, almost everyday. This was a hotel (bar) for adults, but for some reason the barman did not mind, I think it's because it was so close to the door lol.

    Well, on that day, it really "clicked". Through the years, this passion has had many venues from the arcade where after work at a local Burger King in ottawa, I would pop in to the "ring of honour tour" which consisted of playing firepower, superman at the Rideau arcade, to playing 8 balls champ at the "kings court" to playing evil knevil at the broken cue. Then, its discovering the many differences between the pinball manufacturers and the appreciation of EM's and SS's.

    after that, i then discovered that my passion could be exploited at home via the digital pinball games on home computers from night mission pinball on the apple 2 to pinball dreams on the Amiga, then through the modern dmd era back in some bars and a few remaining arcades, and back to the digital age via VP (11 years ago) and FP (5 years) and finally, arriving at the awesome zen pinball, pinball arcade and the new zacharia games, with the finish line in my own basement, via a marriage of the old (real firepower pinball) with the new (my glorious pincab).

    We are living in a fantastic time, are we not? Digital pinball games have brought pinball to the masses by bringing the price of enjoying this type of gaming affordable to all.

    I think for pinball, things are getting bloody interesting, all over again. I really believe I feel like that little 14 year old kid again with every DLC release lol!

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    Thank you all so much for sharing these memories! Was really cool to read them all

    And the winner is... SUN VULCAN! Congrats! I'll message you a code shortly!

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    Congrats Sun Vulcan ! Wow, what a nice gift !

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    Wow!!!!

    I'm very happy! Thanks BarbieBobomb and all Zen guys!

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    Good that I did not win! You would have rewarded someone skipping classes. How else does a 14 year old play pinball in a bar? During school/Work hours of course

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    Congratz Sun Vulcan!
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    Congratulations to all three of the winners and yes I am jelly

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    I known the conquest is over, but I want also write my recent memory (I forgot the oldiest )

    One month ago I just play whith Mars table (win8 version) and i lost the first two balls in no time. Was 21.50 and I must wake up 5.30 and I say: "last ball and go to sleep"... Well... I played until 1.30 (my best score ever)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vastatio View Post
    I known the conquest is over, but I want also write my recent memory (I forgot the oldiest )

    One month ago I just play whith Mars table (win8 version) and i lost the first two balls in no time. Was 21.50 and I must wake up 5.30 and I say: "last ball and go to sleep"... Well... I played until 1.30 (my best score ever)
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    Default Not really my own first experience with pinball

    But my mom used to love pinball machines, I used to watch her as a kid playing those pinball machines and moving about a lot with her body. She really got into it. Nowadays I play zen pinball on my tablet and windows 8 machine and I wish I had zen pinball sooner, so she could have played pinball being sick at home all the time.

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