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Spooky Pinball Production Update; Moving Into New Factory; New Manuals

When you launch two different pinball machines at the exact same time, it gives everyone a ton of stuff to talk about right after, followed by a long lull before the next game comes out.

Fortunately, minutes ago, Spooky uploaded a new video update to YouTube. The first thing that they announced in the video is that the Company is going to start sending out quarterly e-mail updates on its operations. Hooray, more stuff to talk about.

Spooky Pinball has been building three different games on its production line at the same time, Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In addition to those games, Spooky Pinball is building the new enhanced Scooby-Doo toppers.

Spooky has finished producing all of the pre-ordered Scooby-Doo Collector's Edition machines. They now have Scooby CEs sitting in stock, New In Box, ready to ship for people who buy the game now.

They have been building a "pretty even split" between Looney Tunes and Texas Chainsaw Massacre machines.

All three of the aforementioned games and the topper are available to order on the Spooky Pinball website and through distributors.

Spooky announced that it is moving all of its game assembly operations to a new building and it is leaving a lot of the old machinery in the existing building. The new facility is a blank canvas so Spooky is excited because they can take their time and set it up to maximize production.

A new Halloween and Ultraman code update is coming later this year, likely in October. Spooky hopes to do a Halloween code update once per year going forward "for as long as we possibly can." Scooby-Doo wizard modes are going to be added as well. Of course, Looney Tunes and Texas Chainsaw Massacre updates are coming.

Spooky Pinball now has much-requested game manuals out for Halloween, Ultraman and Scooby-Doo.

The next pinball show that Spooky will be at is the Southern Fried Gaming Expo, which is scheduled to take place from July 19th through the 21st in Atlanta, Georgia. They are bringing along the voice actor for Scooby-Doo Scott Innes to the event. In the update, Bug mentioned that Scott Innes is working on a future Spooky Pinball gams as well.

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