Jeff Murphy (L), who is hosting a four-strike pinball tournament at Noa Noa Sept. 11, and Scott Woods, owner of Noa Noa, pose with a Hot Wheels pinball machine Friday. A pinball machine just like the one pictured will be raffled off at the tournament. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union.
Game On Midland enjoys new location. They also created a pinball room and host tournaments every Tuesday night.
“It’s very much a momentum game,” said Orsino, nearly out of breath between turns during Saturday’s International Flipper Pinball Association
“It’s my favorite hobby,” Zahler said. “When I get home from school, play pinball. It’s more than video games. It’s different and it’s fun.”
The Rhode Island State Pinball Championship was held on Saturday at a bar in Westerly, Rhode Island. The Flip Side Pinball Bar off Railroad Avenue held the state’s annual tournament.
While most of the valley spent their day down in the snow, a group of pinball players were out racking up their high scores.