WEEKLY-ISH ARCADE AND PINBALL NEWS - 1/31/2022
Well, for what typically is a fairly slow time of the year for pinball and arcade releases, there certainly has not been any lack of things to talk about over the past week(ish). OK, it's probably been more like two weeks since the last recap, but there's been no shortage of articles to read here. Below I am going share button links to all of the recent Knapp Arcade articles. In addition to that, here is a smattering of other news from across the arcade and pinball hobby:
Sega quits Japanese arcade business after 50 years
Stern Pinball shared video of it's newest pinball machine being produced...
Pinball in Idaho...
Pinball Museum like going into the way-back machine
Love this place. I need to get over again one day soon...
Malvern’s Pinball Gallery Offers Nostalgia and Retro Vibes for Players
Michigan’s Crazy Quarters Arcade just opened a cool-looking new speakeasy expansion…
‘A pinball paradise’: Crazy Quarters launches 1920s speakeasy style expansion
There's a cool new arcade in Smithtown, NY...
Smith Haven Mall’s Game On Retro Arcade offers free play all day during its first week
Maine’s ‘pinball palace’ is one of the last places fixing the oldest machines
I recently took a trip to the iconic Silverball Museum arcade in Asbury Park, NJ. Click on the button below to check it out:
Here's a cool article about a Michigan arcade:
Flashback to a write-up that I did several years ago about a prototype pinball machine:
Two updates on Pedretti Gaming:
Five updates on Bitronic / Quetzal Pinball:
One update on Homepin: