The Multi-Bingo is really taking shape. I discuss some of the difficulty in introducing bugs that are unexpected when thinking about the reset sequence of the EM games vs. a solid state.
Today's year of flipperless game is 1934's Exhibit Golden Gate.
Golden Gate has an interesting middle playfield feature that allows for high scoring if you land balls in the 'open gate' hole.
You can also return 'Out' balls to play by hitting a different hole.
Fun looking machine with an interesting gimmick.
I talk about the process for installing the backglass in the Multi-Bingo. Check out the podcast Facebook page or the Pinside thread to see some photos of this beautiful artwork!
I also discuss some of the other improvements in progress or complete.
Today's featured game is 1933's Genco 42nd Street, a pure mechanical game with metal diverters and cool 3d artwork integrated with the painted playfield artwork.