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« on: October 03, 2012, 04:20:34 PM »

Pardon the cross-post from OO, but I wanted to make sure that any pinball players here that don't frequent OO didn't miss this.  

I am late to the party, but the original programers of the penultimate Pro Pinball have joined forces with legendary table designer  Pat Lawlor (Addams Family and Twilight Zone tables for e.g.) and famous blackglass designer John Youssi (Medieval Madness, Addams Family, etc).  They have launched a kickstarter to remaster the original Pro Pinball tables with current state of the art tech and have Lawlor design a new table.  They have lot's of good Kickstarter rewards, but I am afraid they need help to get to their goal of $400k as they are at $150k with 39 hrs left.  So go check it out soon!  Lots of renders and other goodies to check out.

If you are much into pinball as me this would be a dream come true, fingers crossed!


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« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2012, 06:11:33 PM »

I had put in some money towards it awhile back but I thought their latest update indicated they're conceding defeat but plan to create the thing anyways, just that it will take more time and not have as many bells and whistles. I assumed that meant the new Pat Lawlor table is out of the question which was the big draw for me.

400k seemed like a lofty goal. Even the last Kickstarter for the Star Trek: TNG table license for Pinball Arcade took almost 30 days to make the 50K needed.
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