Yesterday Luke from Spooky Pinball launched a new Facebook page and started things off with a bang, sharing a never-before-seen picture of a super early whitewood for the Company's Halloween / Ultraman game. This version of the pinball machine has a number of differences from the final production version. Can you spot them?
This morning Lior from a the Art of Pinball shared a teaser for a new series of official mods that he's producing for Dutch Pinball's The Big Lebowski game. All of the new mods will be revealed next week.
This year's U.S. IAAPA show kicked off yesterday in Orlando, Florida. For those of you who aren't familiar with IAAPA, it's the "Global Association for the Attractions Industry." The trade show is sort of like an auto show (to put it in terms more familiar to me lol) but for amusement parks and arcades. How awesome does that sound. I really want to go to it one of these years.
I'll be keeping my ear to the ground the week to see if anything cool is announced at the show and on the lookout for pictures of it to share. Here's what I've got so far. Jersey Jack Pinball shared pictures of its IAAPA booth yesterday. They have their newest game, Elton John on the floor.
Also, Don from Don's Pinball Podcast, who is in attendance at the show, shared some near pictures of the event floor.
If anyone has any other pictures of or news from IAAPA, send it my way. I'd love to hear and share it. I've had a Press Pass for industry access to the NY Auto Show for over 20 years and I'd rather be at IAAPA lol. One of these years I'll make it there.