Pinball Store Online: Our available machines

Pinball machines are fun to have in your house since they resemble slot machines and old school video games. A classic pinball game is never outdated and that’s what makes these pinball machines great. 

The game is fast and easy and can be enjoyed by anyone who wishes to play it. With its engaging sound effects and thrilling gameplay, many people have been amazed by it and how much fun it can get. 

With the popularity of the game that transcends the United States, people have also learned that this game can now be played online. However, it is despite having the same gameplay that most people still prefer playing it on traditional gaming machines. 

Here at Pinball Store Online, you can find several machines that can match your preferences. Some of these are already nostalgic to look at while there are those that are just inspired by 2000s pop culture. If you haven’t seen them before, here are some of the machines we have available for sale. 

Classic pinball machines

Nothing beats pinball machines that give players a sense of nostalgia whenever they play. For those who are looking for an old-style pinball machine, here are some suggestions to check out: 

Jack-Bot by WMS Industries (1995)

This game’s concept is a blend of fantasy, gambling, and outer space, Jack-Bot provides a more immersive gaming experience. It’s either ‘double or nothing’ with this machine. The goal of the game is for Jack-Bot to activate Casino Run and start Multiball. 

Here are some of the game’s notable features: 

  • 2 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 1 5-target dropping bank
  • 1 3-bank drop targets
  • 3 kick-out holes
  • Colourful playfield (an array of colourful lights show when players hit the targets)
  • Mechanical-left side ramp
  • Multiball
  • Maximum of three buy-in balls

Who Dunnit by Bally Pinball Machines (1995)

Who Dunnit is a murder mystery-themed midway pinball machine that was released in 1995. At least five separate murder mysteries are featured on the main playfield, with clues provided by using the elevator, phone, and slot machine. To win the game, you must find the proof and apprehend the killer. The game has several notable features to help players with their quests. Here are some of them: 

  • 2 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 2 slingshots
  • Unlimited buy-in balls

The Addams Family by bally Pinball Machines (1992)

Take your family to a fun small competition with Bally’s 1992 The Addams Family pinball machine, one of the best-selling pinball machines of all time. WMS Industries owns and operates the company producer. As a result, Pat Lawlor has created another concept and design. While Pub 340 contains the second edition, no significant modifications have been made from the previous unit.

The objective is to delve into the bizarre world of the Addams Family. The playfield’s centre has ‘The Mansion’ which has 12 windows, each of which awards the player when they enter them. There are several notable features of the game and some of them are: 

  • MPU: Williams WPC (Fliptronics 1)
  • 4 flippers (3 regular-sized and 1 ‘Thing Flips’ mini-flipper)
  • 5 pop bumpers
  • 2 ramps
  • 2 kick-out holes
  • Dual left inlanes
  • Optical target bank
  • When activated, the magnets under the lower playfield act as ‘The Power’ bonus feature
  • Multiball
  • Multiplayer mode (one to four players)
  • The infamous ‘Thing’ can be found in the upper right corner of the playfield. Its purpose is to pick up the ball and carry it beneath the playfield.

Twilight Zone by Bally Pinball Machines (1933)

Bally continued its dark, strange, yet comedic series with the Twilight Zone after the commercial success of The Addams Family, which sold 20,270 units. Its concept is based on the same-named American television show. It’s one of the company’s widebody pinball machines with innovative and sophisticated mechanics, designed by Pat Lawlor, Larry DeMar, and Ted Estes.

The central playfield of the game is a door with 14 border panels. When you enter, each one provides you a different prize. If you light all 14 panels, you’ll win the game right away. Here are some of the game’s special features: 

  • 4 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 2 ramps
  • Dual left inlanes
  • ‘Rocket’ kicker
  • Each player has a maximum of one buy-in ball
  • The functionality of the magnets on the main and tiny playfields are different. Players cannot control the ones on the left but they can assist them by catching the ball and allowing them to hit stronger shots. Only in the ‘Battle the Power’ mode do the magnets on the latter flip the ball.
  • Every round, there is a 12-hour analogue clock that functions as a timer.
  • Keep an eye out for the ‘Powerball.’ It’s a white ceramic pinball that’s lighter and faster than steel counterparts. Furthermore, it is unaffected by magnets.
  • A actual, operational gumball machine that dispenses pinballs is also available.

Whirlwind by WMS Industries (1990)

Players can ‘feel the power of the wind’ with ‘WMS’ Whirlwind machine from 1990. This natural-disaster themed machine, designed by Pat Lawlor, is one of the last Williams Systems 11b games. 

The goal is to steer the buzzing storm towards your location by hitting different direction targets. There are eight targets on the playfield: NE (northeast), NW (northwest), SE (southeast), and SW (southwest). Despite the whirling weather, you can obtain as many high scores and tries as possible with the machine’s notable characteristics such as: 

  • 3 flippers
  • 6 pop bumpers
  • 2 slingshots
  • 3 spinning discs
  • 3 standup targets
  • 2 cellar holes
  • 2 ramps
  • 1 spinning target
  • 1 3-bank drop target
  • 1 solitary drop target
  • 1 kick-out hole
  • 1 diverter
  • A left-side kickback lane and multiball
  • A backbox topper has a fan that gives off the ‘whirlwind’ effect
  • Multiplayer mode (one to four players) 

20th-century pinball machines 

Aside from classic pinball machines, we also have several options that resemble early 2000’s pop culture. If you love that era, here are some pinball machines you can check out: 

RollerCoaster Tycoon by Stern Pinball, Inc. (2002)

The RollerCoaster Tycoon pinball machine is one of Pat Lawlor’s more recent creations. It’s based on a series of simulation video games of the same name. Stern’s pinball version elevated the amusement park concept to a new, more exciting level. Here are some of the game’s key elements to get you started: 

  • Four colourful roller coasters: ‘The Flying Ghost’, ‘The Flying Turns’, ‘The Chicago Loop’, and ‘The Rocket’
  • 4 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 2 slingshots
  • 1 3-bank drop target
  • 1 solitary drop target
  • 1 captive ball

AC/DC (Pro) by Stern Pinball Inc. (2012)

Stern’s exhilarating AC/DC Pinball will get you all pumped up to win the game, therefore call all music fans to take part on its fun. Apart from the complicated mechanics, Stern modernised this version with a metal and wood back box and a cabinet with decals. Here are some of the game’s notable features that are unchanged from the previous versions:

  • 2 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 2 slingshots
  • 15 standup targets
  • 1 spinning target
  • 4 multiball
  • Rotating ball cannon
  • Bell box
  • Detonator box

Iron Man by Stern Pinball Inc (2010)

With its superhero-themed Iron Man Pinball, Stern delivers you all the action and adventure. Win as many points as you can by teaming up with millionaire industrialist Tony Stark, as inspired by the first Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise. To win the game right away, fight Whiplash and his ball-catching device. To prepare for this adventure, here are some of the game features to know more about: 

  • Dot matrix display
  • Iron Monger – a motorised figurine that comes from beneath the playfield 
  • War Machine ball kicker – fires the ball back to the flippers
  • Whiplash – a ball-catching mechanism that whips the ball around the playfield
  • 2 flippers 
  • 2 ramps
  • 3 bumpers
  • 2 magnets
  • 4 multiball 

Star Trek (Pro) by Stern Pinball Inc. (2013)

Star Trek, one of the most popular space stories of all time, has now been turned into pinball machines. Stern helps you bring back to the warp core with several Star Trek versions. The 2013 version of the machine has these distinguishing characteristics:

  • 3 flippers
  • 3 pop bumpers
  • 2 slingshots
  • 14 standup targets
  • 1 memory drop target
  • 1 2-way kick-out hole
  • 1 spinning target
  • Flippers have a free ball return lane
  • Multiball
  • The featured main toy is the USS Vengeance Starship

These are just some of the machines you can find here at Pinball Store Online. By learning more about these machines and what makes them stand out from the others, you will be able to find the perfect machine that best macthes your playing preferences. 

As these are not all that we have in stock, make sure to scroll through our catalogue so you can find what you like. Once you do, order it, finalize your details, and allow us to deliver it to your doorstep. We can also install it for free so you will have a hassle-free playing experience whenever you decide to pull the lever and score some points for as long as you want! 

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