CJ3 Productions


With a new batch of tutorials recently filmed, it wouldn’t be prudent to go any further without offering a little public recognition to Neil at CJ3 Productions. Neil is one of the video wizards responsible for putting these tutorials together, and judging by the response so far, the project looks like a hit.

Keep the suggestions coming for what you would like to see. We’ve got several ideas for the future, but it always helps to hear from you guys. Keep flipping!


9 comments

  1. Greg
    January 22, 2011 at 8:13 pm

    The tutorials are certainly well-done, highly appreciated, and an awesome way to keep that “tournament feeling” going all year ’round. Great job, Neil. How about Creature from the Black Lagoon? If not, I guess I could just watch last year’s PAPA finals…

  2. Chris
    January 23, 2011 at 10:05 am

    The tutorials are great. I’d like to see a nice long game of TSPP.

  3. bowen
    January 24, 2011 at 3:00 am

    How long a Simpsons game are we talking about here? I’ll see what I can do. Creature and TSPP are definitely on the “to do” list!

  4. artistic
    January 24, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Is TSPP a good tournament machine? On all the machines I’ve played, ball times have been on the long side. And not many instances of it showing in PAPA.

  5. cyclically cynical
    January 24, 2011 at 4:27 pm

    @artistic

    TSPP in tournament play at PAPA:

    PAPA 7, C Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa7/live/topC.html

    PAPA 8, A Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa8/live/topA-Simpsons_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 8, B Division finals – https://papa.org/papa8/results.html

    PAPA 9, B Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa9/live/topB-Simpsons%27_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 9, C Division finals – https://papa.org/papa9/results.php

    PAPA 10, B Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa10/live/topB-Simpsons_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 10, A Division finals – https://papa.org/papa10/results.php

    PAPA 11, C Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa11/live/topC-Simpsons_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 11, B Division finals – https://papa.org/papa11/results.php#B

    PAPA 12, A Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa12/live/topA-Simpsons_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 12, Juniors & Seniors finals – https://papa.org/papa12/results.php#J & https://papa.org/papa12/results.php#S

    PAPA 13, B Division qualifying – https://papa.org/papa13/live/topB-Simpsons_Pinball_Party.html
    PAPA 13, C Division finals – https://papa.org/papa13/results.php#C

    you were saying?

  6. artistic
    January 24, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Heh dang, twice even in the A qualifying. Maybe I need a new pair of eyes? I was under the impression it was once used in A finals and nowhere else in the A division.

    My comment was not really about other divisions. Those feature games like Cue Ball Wizard and No Fear – the “tournament grade” of machines is not so high there.

  7. sheriff = dead
    January 24, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    2(two) instances of No Fear in C Division, PAPA’s 7 & 10.

    https://papa.org/papa7/live/topC.html
    https://papa.org/papa10/live/topC-No_Fear.html

    1(one) instance of Cue Ball Wizard in B Division, PAPA 8.

    https://papa.org/papa8/live/topB-Cue_Ball_Wizard.html

    Keep ’em coming!

  8. Chris
    January 28, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    @Bowen ooh got to be at least an hour!?

  9. Chris
    February 7, 2011 at 7:05 pm

    I know we are talking serious money here, but I would love to see 1 or 2 of the Big Screens set up for B Division at PAPA14! Even 1 or 2 in the Classics would be cool as well! Hey, this is fun spending Kevin’s money!

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