THIS WEEK'S ARCADE & PINBALL NEWS - 3/25/2022
Coffee and pinball news, perfect together. I cranked out most of this week's arcade and pinball news last night so I have it for everyone bright and early today. This is another jam packed issue with updates on the Fathom Remake, This is Spinal Tap, Weird Al, location write-ups and all sorts of other cool stuff.
The Texas Pinball Festival officially kicks off today. I'm not there, but I will keep an eye out for any surprise news updates from the show and share them as soon as I see them.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Wow, this Portland area arcade looks amazing…
Taking pinball to the Next Level: Hillsboro store loves the game
Next Level Pinball Shop & Museum is one of the largest local spots for pinball, in an area that is world famous for it.
How to build your own pinball machine in 4,761 easy steps
Inside the incredibly complicated, utterly obsessive, potentially lucrative world of homebrew pinball.
Lakeland, Florida’s Galaxy Arcade bar has reopened in a new location…
Retro arcade Galaxy Bar reborn on the south side of Lakeland after brief closure
Sega’s iconic Tokyo arcades are officially no more
TOKYO GAME CENTERS WERE REBRANDED ON FRIDAY, FOLLOWING THE SALE OF SEGA’S ARCADE BUSINESS
Level 256 Classic Arcade Bar offers unique bar experience in Asheville
Here’s a great local news story on one of my favorite pinball locations, The Pinball Gallery in Malvern, PA.
Pinball Gallery attracting gamers to Malvern
A new arcade is coming to Iowa…
Monsterama Arcade opens May 1 with 50 vintage games, pizzeria on the south side of Des Moines
Pedretti’s FunHouse 2.0 Rudy’s Nightmare is all set up at Cointaker’s booth at the Texas Pinball Festival. Get over there and check it out!
Revisiting A Mega Arcade - FunSpot
Haggis Pinball Shows Fathom Remake Gameplay
Flyland Designs Alternate Translite & Side Blades for Cactus Canyon Remake Go on Sale
RUMOR: Jersey Jack Pinball Will Announce Another Run of Pirates at TPF
Replay of Buffalo Pinball's Reveal of Multimorphic's New Weird Al Pinball Machine
Multimorphic Ships its First Weird Al's Museum of Natural Hilarity Machine