Pinball Map

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  1. February 8, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    OK, this is freaking sweet, right here!

    Though, I assume the NYC area is where the NJ pins will go?

    “…no respect. No respect at all.” ^_^

    1. NY Giants/NY Jets that play in NJ.
    2. Six Flags Great Adventure listed in some places as being in NY.
    3. New York/Newark Liberty International Airport? Come on, now!
    4. Ellis Island, NY? Not all of it…
    3. Heck, even World Cup Soccer ’94 says “New York” instead of NY/NJ like it’s written on the game.

    But, I’m not bitter…

    “…no respect. No respect at all.” ^_^


  2. Brian Hanifin
    February 9, 2012 at 1:59 am

    My opinion is that this site has more up to date location information than any previous attempt at a pinball map has before. The reason is that they limit the covered areas to areas with groups that will be dedicated to maintaining and promoting their maps. For example members of the San Diego Pinball Club maintains the one for San Diego County.

    My recommendation is to get your local pinball community to start compiling a list locations and the machines in those locations in your areas, and when you have a few locations contact the admins to request they set you up with a map for your area!

    1. MHS
      February 9, 2012 at 2:29 am

      Spot on. The Pittsburgh crew is already doing exactly as you suggest.

  3. Koi
    February 9, 2012 at 2:42 am

    Steve B,

    Add this to your list: the site has the shore town of Ocean City, NJ as being in NY state. Some of the dumb laws listed for Ocean City are men are prohibited from going topless on the Boardwalk, one may not slurp their soup (actually a NJ state law), and pinball machines are not to be played on Sundays. There is no Ocean City town in NY state.


  4. Josh Pitcock
    March 4, 2012 at 8:52 am

    Can you guys at Papa do me a favor? It would help out so much if you had like maps or a directory to show people where the machines are. Thanks if you do it!

    1. MHS
      March 5, 2012 at 12:09 pm

      We print maps for each Pinburgh that show where the games are located in the facility. They will be available to anyone who wants them.

      Also, all of the games in the practice banks are generally organized by era to help with a variety of issues, including how to find them. Once you familiarize yourself with the layout, it shouldn’t be too hard to find a game if we have it.

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