Pindude152's basement Arcade

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 5:59 pm

cdnpinballer wrote:Super nice! Happy to see my old Travel Time project lit up! :D


It played perfectly. Fun game, and I had a great first game and managed to roll it with 103k! :)
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backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Fri Dec 11, 2015 6:16 pm

This evening I was sitting in the arcade, playing my favorite bingo machine: Carnival Queen. I scored 120, with 3 in the yellow section. I looked to my right and thought: "Whoa, Time Warp". Here is a snap shot of the view. Enjoy!

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Bally Carnival Queen, Miss Universe, Golden Gate and Surf-Club Bingo.
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
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"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

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Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Patrab » Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:13 pm

Vraiment superbe JF.

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby bingopodcast » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:15 pm

Excellent game selection! I love the bingos myself. A three card, a screen game, an off-the-wall 18 hole and the Surf Club with the Double Hold feature? Amazing collection.

I note that you have a Super Wall Street. To us in the States, there is not much known about them. The game has the same features and gameplay as a Bally Bali, but with different artwork. Do you know much about it? I've never seen one in someone's collection. Do your manual and schematics show "Super Wall Street"? I'm wondering if this was a conversion game, or if Bally actually produced a number of them.


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:28 pm

BTW that is bingopodcast from For Amusement Only podcast fame. :)
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WANTED: スマートボール (Smart Ball), pajatso/payazzo/kronespill, Bally Continental Bingo slot machine, European upright machines, pre-1950s Japanese machines, 1951 Universal 5 Star
backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:37 pm

bingopodcast wrote:I note that you have a Super Wall Street. To us in the States, there is not much known about them. The game has the same features and gameplay as a Bally Bali, but with different artwork. Do you know much about it? I've never seen one in someone's collection. Do your manual and schematics show "Super Wall Street"? I'm wondering if this was a conversion game, or if Bally actually produced a number of them.


Woah, pindude actually has TWO Super Wall Streets, if not he hasn't sold one. :)

Also more pics here viewtopic.php?f=42&t=19283&p=164200

From that thread:
What I liked best about Super Wall St was that it was a Bali with a new backglass - New name = new game! Bali was illegal in some jurisdictions but no such law existed naming Super Wall Street so it was ok to own. Mine had evidence stickers compliments of the RCMP on the lockdown bar!
WANTED: スマートボール (Smart Ball), pajatso/payazzo/kronespill, Bally Continental Bingo slot machine, European upright machines, pre-1950s Japanese machines, 1951 Universal 5 Star
backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
marquees wanted: Strider, Varkon, Dark Planet, R-Type (w/ship), Quantum
collection -- Pinball Women Ottawa -- Ottawa Pinball Map -- blog -- ratings

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby bingopodcast » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:49 pm

Thanks for the welcome and excellent info cait001! Much appreciated. Still interested to know - were they sent complete from the Bally factory that way?

Normally when a game made a law enforcement 'list', the operator would scrape the name or features off of the glass, usually cutting the associated feature out.

Occasionally, groups of operators would band together and screen their own glasses. These did not retain the Bally name or logo. Super Wall Street is a bit of an oddity - did Bally just send out replacement glasses to operators that were to be affected by the change in law?

Also, interesting to note: I've seen two Bali-s here in the States, but none with a backglass. Haha!

Sorry for all the questions out of the gate. :-)

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 5:25 pm

cait001 wrote:
bingopodcast wrote:I note that you have a Super Wall Street. To us in the States, there is not much known about them. The game has the same features and gameplay as a Bally Bali, but with different artwork. Do you know much about it? I've never seen one in someone's collection. Do your manual and schematics show "Super Wall Street"? I'm wondering if this was a conversion game, or if Bally actually produced a number of them.


Woah, pindude actually has TWO Super Wall Streets, if not he hasn't sold one. :)

Also more pics here viewtopic.php?f=42&t=19283&p=164200

From that thread:
What I liked best about Super Wall St was that it was a Bali with a new backglass - New name = new game! Bali was illegal in some jurisdictions but no such law existed naming Super Wall Street so it was ok to own. Mine had evidence stickers compliments of the RCMP on the lockdown bar!


At the moment I have 3 complete Super Wall streets.

As far as I know, what I've heard, the Super Wall Street backglass is a conversion kit. An operator could buy it as a large sticker he could apply himself to a piece of glass. Up here you can find this game in both versions Bali and Super Wall Street, but most bali BG's I've seen were in poor condition.

The scan of the Bali manual I have has Wall Street as the name at page 1

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screen grab of a Bali manual


The current Bingo/ gambling machine is FYI

Super wall Street (x3)
Surf Club (x2)
Carnival Queen
Miss Universe
Golden Gate
Coney Island
Sea Island (x2)
Stock market
UMC Singapore
WMS Spark Plugs
WMS Four corners
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"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby bingopodcast » Thu Apr 28, 2016 5:29 pm

Thank you! That is excellent info! I thought they were just moving too fast and misprinted the Bali manual since Wall Street (the 6 card) came out the same year. Happened a lot in various schematics and manuals (and even games like Silver Sails and Golden Gate - wrong glasses and playfields!).

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 5:41 pm

Maybe the manual is a misprint. Very possible.
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Francis » Thu Apr 28, 2016 6:11 pm

Wow great collection.
I would lime to see a video of the space gun in action, i always like tha machine.

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Sun Jun 12, 2016 6:54 pm

Cheers!
I am happy to unveil my new game room setup for my Man Cave (traduction libre: Homme Cave).
Less Machines, more space. I reworked the space so people can move more freely.

People who know me as more than just a forum handle and an avatar know I've been working on the setup for awhile now.
I am happy with the result. Simple basement arcade, concrete floor, cinderblock walls, you know where my priorities are ;)

My hope is to organise Thursday or Friday night PW's every once in a while.
If you are interested, please send me a PM, I will add it to a PW mailing list.
Enjoy the pictures!

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The lineup is:

Main Game room:

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Interflip Dragon
Bally Wizard!
Gottlieb Centigrade 37
Bally Flip Flop
Bally Twin Win (weird, rare, Christensen art)
Bally Big Valley (1970 3 ball multiball with 3" flippers, only 2500 units produced)

Bingo:
Bally Carnival Queen (1958 First production Magic Screen bingo)
Bally Surf-Club (1954, Very Fun)
Bally Miss Universe (1975, Ho Hum, nice ladies)
Bally Super Wall Street (1974, 3 cards with double or nothing feature)
Bally Golden Gate (1962, the high water mark of pure EM engineering, only 850 units produced)

Other:
AMI D-80 jukebox
Early Watling fortune and weight penny scale
Midway's Space Gun
Midway's Table Tennis

Workshop Side:
Bally Star-Jet (1963 first proper 3 ball multiball EM, only 1050 units produced)
United Singapore (1954, United Bingo machine)
Williams Spark Plugs (1951, animated horsey game)
Bally Coney Island (1951, Second production model, first model with extra balls)
Bally Lost World 1978 (Yes there's a SS game in a corner of the shop for all the solid state fiends)

Upstairs:
Bally Firecracker
Williams Four Corners
Gottlieb Sure Shot
North Star Richelieu (project is moving very slowly, but, it's moving)

Backup Games:
Zaccaria Supersonic (Gone)
Williams Spanish Eyes
Gottlieb Super Soccer
Bally Sea Island Bingo
Bally Surf-Club (yes, 2 surf club)
Bally Super Wall Street (yes again, a second Super Wall Street, I actually own 3 and a half of these)
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"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby tinyrodent » Sun Jun 12, 2016 7:35 pm

Wow! That is really impressive. :shock:
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 9:23 am

Amazing, and of course always put me down for the PWs!
WANTED: スマートボール (Smart Ball), pajatso/payazzo/kronespill, Bally Continental Bingo slot machine, European upright machines, pre-1950s Japanese machines, 1951 Universal 5 Star
backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
marquees wanted: Strider, Varkon, Dark Planet, R-Type (w/ship), Quantum
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 9:49 am

cait001 wrote:Amazing, and of course always put me down for the PWs!


Right on!

I also want to make the arcade available for special events to groups like OPL and Pinball Women Ottawa if there's interest. All EM and/or Bingo event might be interesting.
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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http://www.pinballowners.com/pindude152

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby steamfitter » Mon Jun 13, 2016 9:54 am

Very nice collection
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 10:16 am

We need to get you a dual-level pitch-and-bat like at Hawkesbury. As well maybe one of those putting games that fits in a similar sized cab.
WANTED: スマートボール (Smart Ball), pajatso/payazzo/kronespill, Bally Continental Bingo slot machine, European upright machines, pre-1950s Japanese machines, 1951 Universal 5 Star
backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
marquees wanted: Strider, Varkon, Dark Planet, R-Type (w/ship), Quantum
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 10:47 am

Yes.
I should have a pitch and bat game down there. Might be an idea for a future purchase.
Playing the one at the flea fair two players was tons of fun.
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby cait001 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 11:38 am

What are your thoughts on the putting games?

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WANTED: スマートボール (Smart Ball), pajatso/payazzo/kronespill, Bally Continental Bingo slot machine, European upright machines, pre-1950s Japanese machines, 1951 Universal 5 Star
backglasses wanted: Star-Jet, Fire Queen, Fairy, Out Of Sight
marquees wanted: Strider, Varkon, Dark Planet, R-Type (w/ship), Quantum
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 11:44 am

cait001 wrote:What are your thoughts on the putting games?


Looks very cool and very odd. I like it. Arcade worthy if they weren't so expensive!
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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http://www.pinballowners.com/pindude152

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby JamesSchid » Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:50 pm

I had the pleasure of seeing this basement of wonders in person at last night's pow-wow... and "wow" is indeed the word for it! A unique and special collection for sure. It was a pleasure hanging out with faces familiar and not. I didn't shoot many photos, but here are a couple...

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R.A.B. playing a Golden Gate bingo whilst Pindude152, tonysoprano (and I think ShootAgain hidden behind him, or was that Chris Silver?) look on.

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R.A.B. still going for the big payout on Golden Gate.

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby tonysoprano » Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:23 pm

Thanks for the great night Pindude amazing line especially all those bingo machines
playing flawlessly. T

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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Chris Silver » Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:23 pm

Not far from the truth James. It's fantastic you took pictures cause I was too busy staring at things. It was a great night with a great group of people and a great environment. JF's collection is nothing short of a wonderland.

At moments his basement is almost surreal.

Thanks again JF. :-)
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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby Pindude152 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:35 pm

Thank you James, Danny and Chris for your nice comments.

Thanks to everyone near and far that came to the PW.

Special thanks to Rob, Danny, Jess, James and Chris. Means alot to me that you guys drove so far to see my place.

Good people, good times, good conversations.

It was fun and rewarding to see people enjoying the bingo machines.

Next PW in a few weeks if things line up.
"It's heavy. What is it? ... The, uh, stuff dreams are made of"
-The Maltese Falcon

"Every ball for me's another game.For you this always looks the same [...]
I know for you this doesn't look a lot. For me this is the only thing I got"
-Yello - Pinball Cha Cha

"He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life"
-Homer Simpson

Wanted: Bally 20 hole Bingo machine: Orient, London, Safari, Super 7, Bonus 7 or Hawaii.
Bally: Gator, Mad World
Williams: Pot 'O' gold
Rally Play Company of Nice France: Any Flip Tronic(s) era machine produced between 1966 and 1969


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Re: Pindude152's basement Arcade

Postby ShootAgain » Sat Jul 30, 2016 7:56 am

Thanks for the great night JF.
It was my first PW and I really enjoyed to see all these good people.
Great variety of machines from different era. The wireless tennis board game was really fun. Its a shame that I didnt play one of your bingo..it will be for next time.

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