Cosmic Carnival by Suncoast Pinball

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Cosmic Carnival by Suncoast Pinball

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Made in the great traditions of classic old school pinball machines but with a modern twist! A fun to play but challenging pinball machine that takes you on a wild cosmic journey through an intergalactic rollercoaster ride of fun. The game includes multiple toys for an adrenaline filled journey through the cosmos. It's an exciting time in the galaxy of fun!
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Art by Dirty Donny !

Features :
  • 15.6 inches LCD Screens
    RGB LCD Playfield Lighting
    Rich Smooth Audio
    Color Digitally Printed Solid Wood Cabinet
    Made in the USA
    State of the art premium clear-coat playfield technology
    Original cosmic artwork
    2 Unique Fun House Ramps
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I asked Jeff at thisweekinpinball what the unique inner lane was, and the answer is the orbit that ends near the clown ear. What's unique about it is the lack of an inner wall and the gap in the metal guide at the apex of the loop.
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Man, how is this for a cool intro on the Suncoast website;

"Deemed to be one of the most influential artists to invade the pop culture scenes of the punk, rock n roll and heavy metal underground..."

Solid. I might add this to my LinkedIn page. I just need to figure out how it applies to me.

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It looks really great! The only thing that bugs me is the white clown head. Is it glow in the dark or something? Wonder why it is all white...It looks like a placeholder.
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Bagdad wrote:It looks really great! The only thing that bugs me is the white clown head. Is it glow in the dark or something? Wonder why it is all white...It looks like a placeholder.
I'm guess the art isn't 100% done. Note the blank white drops on the right. Also the solid blank left ramp 3d print.

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The big question.... are they taking deposits for preorders?

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Sparky wrote:The big question.... are they taking deposits for preorders?

Lol...
But Ian, historically there have been so many new games fall through, resulting in people losing their deposits....... wait, what... only 100 LE versions being made.... here take my money
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The artwork is great but it looks like a relatively simple playfield. They were at TPF this weekend and it wasn't playable yet :(

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artwork looks cool. I hope there is one to play in Allentown

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From far the art looks very Aerosmith like. Exact same colours and style.
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It is a nice work! Recently, I decided to order a new but oldfashioned machine. It's Monster Bash, which is perfect for me, my family and my mates. I couldn't expect so big success of a pinball machine in my house, but it exceeded all my expectations. It is just a remake, but anyway, it looks like the real one from that times.

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Stillstrong wrote:It is a nice work! Recently, I decided to order a new but oldfashioned machine. It's Monster Bash, which is perfect for me, my family and my mates. I couldn't expect so big success of a pinball machine in my house, but it exceeded all my expectations. It is just a remake, but anyway, it looks like the real one from that times.
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That company is already gone.
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