One of the remaining makers of pinball machines is hoping a new online platform will help draw in new players and retain existing ones
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Downtown Evansville is now home to a new bar and arcade featuring video games and pinball machines plus a bar for your favorite over 21 beverage.
The 37th annual event will feature tournaments, vendors and a tour of the Stern Pinball Factory. Several pinball professionals will attend.
More than 1,000 arcade games, including a plethora of pinball machines dating back decades, will be on the auction block. This weekend, and again later this month, the items will be sold off as the Museum of Pinball in Banning prepares to close its doors for good.
The Insider Connected service will allow truly devoted pinball players to keep tabs on what machines they’ve played, their high scores on each table, and even how much of their lives have been spent banging a metal ball around an interactive obstacle course.
Detectives from Fortitude Valley CIB are hoping to identify the owner of a “Williams” Fun House pinball machine. The arcade game was located in April 2020