The space consists of a room filled with a plethora of playable pinball machines — including the world’s largest — multiple arcade games, two skee ball ramps as well as one retro “Pacman” console. Depicting images and scenes from comics, movies, TV shows, places, and stories throughout the decades, each machine’s art was drastically different. Ranging from traditionally painted and light bulb-lit machines to neon painted, lit, and animatronic ones, the museum houses 43 pinball machines — each one entirely unique than the next — on display for free play to the public. Aside from their appearance, the machines differ in playing styles as well. They provide options for a single-player game, two-player games, machines with the traditional two-arm model, and others more intricate with three or more arms… read more >
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