Per usual, we’ll turn them off wherever we possibly can.
I plan on shipping it to the PHOF to get beat on for a month? If we have any troubles with it, we’ll throw it out.
We’re going to jumper the Centrifuge to trigger the drop targets, and the inlane switches to register the jet bumpers. GOOD LUCK!
A big reminder that in the history of the Pin-Masters, our initial TENTATIVE game list has been at most 30% accurate. It’s far more likely this list represents what won’t be used by the time we get out there to play test and prep for the tournament.
For those that are worried about any of the games, this is the first tournament where a player has the full authority to veto a game pick!!! All games listed are currently for sale at FUN! and since we are using their inventory for the tournament, that inventory can change at any time based on what gets sold. So don’t like a game . . . BUY IT . . . it’ll be off the tournament game list that way
I hear they’re going to have surge pricing, and any game that gets picked automatically goes up in price by 40% between the time it gets picked and when the game starts.
Speaking of complaints: I really like Cleopatra, but it’s kind of brutal to play it as a (very) color-blind person. Tons and tons of games have color-matching elements, and color information is a big part of pinball. Cleopatra, however, adds an extra challenge. The top lanes and drop target bank don’t have the colors in the same order. Having some semblance of design order is a secondary clue that I tend to rely on. On Cleopatra, I literally have to write down which lanes correspond to which drops and memorize it before I play it. And I generally need help confirming that my info is correct, because I can’t trust myself on anything color related.
Well shite. Now I’m even more disappointed that I won’t be attending. On the way to my last beat down in Alabama SCS I threw caution to the wind and selected Bally Playboy. Proceeded to put the GC on it of 605K. It was much fun! Love that game.