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Our inventory of vintage and modern pinball machines is constantly changing. Here are some of the great-playing refurbished pinball machines that are currently looking for their new forever homes. If we don't have the one you are looking for, let us know and we will locate it for you. And if you want to come play them in New York City, or want more information, send us an email or call or text 917-209-8523! Games can be delivered locally or picked up. And we ship pinball machines across the country and around the world.
Modern Machines

These are modern-era digital, computerized machines generally produced after 1981 with features including multiball, ramps, speech, digital displays, and super fast action. These games also have deeper rulesets and more playfield "toys" and features, and are the type of game you'll generally see in bars and arcades today.

Attack From Mars Jumping rubber martians, exploding space ship, martian madness, 4-ball multiballs
Creature From the Black Lagoon Cool hologram, long ramp and bowl with chase lights, lifting diverter ramp, multiball
Jackbot Moving visor ball lock mech, deep rules, ramp, 2 and 3 ball multiball
Rollercoaster Tycoon Big ramps, four flippers, drop targets, multiballs, moving troll.
Funhouse Mechanical Rudy head with moving eyes, closing eyelids, and moving mouth that swallows and spits out the ball, three flippers, ramps, modes, mulitball
Rolling Stones Limited Edition Ramps, multiball, mint condition, moving mick jagger, 3D lips,shaker, chrome trim, light up apron, playfield magnets
Batman The Dark Knight HUO moving crane, multiball, drop target, moving car teeter-totter toy, rotating canister toy, multiballs, ramps.
High Speed 2: The Getaway magnet-powered super charger ramp, gear-shifter, working rotating police light beacon
Vintage Classics

These are electromechanical (EM) games, and early digital games, that represent the "classic" pinball experience, produced between 1948 till about 1980. These games generally feature the single ball play, bells, chimes, and simpler rulesets that make them very welcoming to new players and kids. But don't let their age fool you - when properly refurbished, these games are fast, fun, and every bit as challenging as a modern game. Top players know that being good at the classics is really what separates the kids from the grownups. Some of the best pinball machines ever made come from this era, and some of the best-looking too thanks to classic art by the likes of Gordon Morrison, Roy Parker, and George Molentin.

Fireball '72 Multiball, spinning disk, cliff skill shot, zipper flippers, kickback
Magic two spinners, three drop targets, kickout hole
Blue Max: The Red Baron Dual spinners, powdercoated blue legs, historical artwork. kick out hole, two drop targets
Batter Up 2 vari-targets, animated backglass, run score reels, bell and chimes
Four MIllion B.C. three-ball multiball, zipper flippers, skill shot ramp
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