Last week's Pinball Expo in Chicago featured a lot of cool games, such as the first ever chance for the public to play Stern Pinball's James Bond and Pinball Brothers' Queen machines. Perhaps the rarest game to appear at the show was an actual working version of the controversial John Popadiuk game Magic Girl. A group of Dutch gentlemen took Popadiuk's never completed game and magically made it work, OK it wasn't magic but rather a lot of hard work. One of the games that these individuals fixed made its way to this year's Expo.
Jeremy at Pinball Mayhem reached out to me this morning to let us all know that he recently uploaded footage of Magic Girl in action to his YouTube channel. So here is footage of the very rare machine being played at the event. Enjoy!