By: Pinball Co-op | July 12, 2016

The Pinball Co-op is pleased to announce the arrive of the 1971 Gottlieb Wedgehead, 2001! This single player drop target classic is ready for you to play. This game features 20 drop targets, 5 kick-out holes, 2 pop bumpers, and 2 mini flippers.


2001 replaces Grand Prix in the lineup.

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By: Pinball Co-op | June 06, 2016

The Pinball Co-op has acquired its first non-pinball game with the arrival of the 1974 Chicago Coin World Series. This electromechanical  classic allows up to 2 players to play an inning of baseball. The player on the left can pitch to player 2 using the control panel that will deliver straight pitches, curveballs, or sliders. The batter on the right presses the big button on the right to swing the bat and try to hit any of the targets (single, double, triple, and homerun). The game keeps track of the score and players on the basepaths. When three outs are made, then player 1 becomes the hitter and player 2 becomes the batter. There are ramps on the playfield that will send the ball over the fence into the bleachers or into other targets that generate bonus runs.


The game is a ton of fun, so check it out the next time we're open. It is worth noting that World Series is not a pinball machine and can not be used in league or tournament matches.


  

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By: Pinball Co-op | April 25, 2016

The Pinball Co-op is excited to announce its 5th new game of 2016, the 1995 Williams Jack-Bot. This game is the third and final game released in the Pin-Bot series and was designed by Barry Oursler. This dual-themed game features both a space and gambling motif.


Jack-Bot shares several of the features that made Pin-Bot a legend, including the skill shot and visor ball locks. Jack-Bot adds a 3-ball multiball and a variety of casino games to win on your way to going on the "Casino Run."


 

Jack-Bot replaces Mystic. Check out the detailed PAPA tutorial for the game below and then come play it at the Pinball Co-op!

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By: Pinball Co-op | April 11, 2016

The Gottlieb classic, Amazon Hunt, has returned to the Pinball Co-op after  being removed last August. In its first stint at the the location, Amazon Hunt spent more time off than on due to a power issue that caused a fuse to blow on a far too regular basis. After a friend of the club went through the game wire by wire, it was determined to be a board issue. Amazon Hunt was released several times over the course of 1984 and 1985. This particular game uses a rare System 80B board, that is not easily found anymore. There is a small company in France that recreates these boards, but the manufacturer didn't have a version that worked with this game. The vendor did want to help us out and we were able to get a working board after shipping several boards back and forth between Vermont and France, and we are happy to report a stable Amazon Hunt is available for your enjoyment.


Amazon Hunt is one of the five games included in the April Selfie League, so come play it and post a score for this month's tournament!


  

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By: Pinball Co-op | February 23, 2016

 

The Pinball Co-op is pleased to announce the arrival of the 1994 Bally classic World Cup Soccer. This game pays tribute to the 1994 World Cup which was hosted in the United States for the first time. This DMD game features a large goal at the top of the playfield with a goalie that you have to beat. Watch out for the spinning soccer ball to the right of the playfield! 


This game features a variety of multiballs and a unique magna-save over the left flipper. Come see if you have what it takes to win the World Cup!


To make room for this game, Funhouse moved to warmer climes in Connecticut.

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