Wow, who would have thought that this would end up being such an eventful week in the world of pinball and arcades. The last week of February brought us a delay in Stern Pinball's next game to catch up on its production backlog, a brand new game from Multimorphic and the sad passing of a pinball Legend, Barry Oursler.
All of this glorious news about our favorite hobby / business is always available here free of charge. Pretty sweet deal, right? If you would like to help to help defray the cost of hosting the site, etc. please make sure to stop by the Knapp Arcade store. We have super inexpensive stuff like stickers, new pint glasses, t-shirts, fancy sweatshirts and even cool arcade-related products from DJ lights and bar games. https://www.knapparcade.org/shop?page=5 . Now on to this week's news!
GORGEOUS PICTURES OF PEDRETTI'S FUNHOUSE 2.0 RUDY'S NIGHTMARE
A good friend of mine, David Balsamini, recently saw this Jack Daniels pinball machine re-theme on location at Florida’s Dezerland. I think that it was originally a Bally Eight Ball maybe?
Here’s a local news story on a new Myrtle Beach arcade bar that opened this week…
New arcade bar set to open in Murrells Inlet
Pinball Enthusiasts From Across The Region Compete In Edmond Tournament
IT DOESN'T GET MORE 90'S THAN THIS NBA JAM POP-UP ARCADE
MULTIMORPHIC REVEALS THE THEME OF ITS UPCOMING PINBALL MODULE...WEIRD AL
NEW PICTURES OF THE PROTOTYPE DRAGON'S LAIR PINBALL MACHINE
Awesome. The Cactus Canyon Remake is now available to play on location at the ULEKStore in Michigan.
Rest In Peace Barry Oursler
FunHouse 2.0 Rudy's Nightmare is Now Shipping
No New Stern Pinball Cornerstone Game Until August 2022
News on the Lyman Sheats Code for Chicago Gaming Company’s Cactus Canyon Remake
Pinball Wizard: BNL's Ed Robertson on how his obsession inspired Rush arcade game
Pinball club for women, Belles & Chimes, fighting the boys’ club with each bop of a bumper
BREAKING NEWS: New Pics, Video & Details on Weird Al’s Museum of Natural Hilarity Pinball
Chicago Gaming Company Cactus Canyon Special Editions Begin Shipping
The Mortal Kombat Pinball Machine That Almost Was