A little while ago, Spooky Pinball provided an update on production of its newest game Scooby-Doo. The first 50 units of the game are being finished up and tested and will be "out the door here shortly." Once those games are shipped, Spooky will begin producing 30 Scooby-Doo units per week.
Spooky pinball is in the fortunate position of not currently having any parts shortages, in large part as a result of large capital investment in stockpiling parts to make sure that they don't run into the parts shortages that all manufacturers saw during the pandemic in the future.
The first public appearance of the game will likely be the upcoming Texas Pinball Festival at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Frisco Convention Center from March 24-26. I can't wait to see these games get out the door and see more streams of it.