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WTB Looking for a virtual pinball machine

Discussion in 'Pinball Machines / Parts WANTED' started by chaz009, Jul 24, 2020.

  1. chaz009

    chaz009 New Member

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    Looking for a either a mini or full sized virtual pinball machine. I’m not technical, so it would need to be “plug and play”.

    If you have one for sale, let me know.
     
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    Arcade 1up should be releasing their 3/4 sized virtual pinball in a couple months, before Xmas. Think I might get one myself.
     
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    Either go 1up or all in 4K
    1 up should be seeing mods.
     
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    chaz009 New Member

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    Thanks for the replies.

    While I like Arcade 1up and their arcades, I don’t think their pin would fit my needs. Especially if I don’t want to try to mod it.

    It seems their are a lot of manufacturers of virtual pinball machines in Australia for some reason. Very difficult finding someone local that isn’t the price of a brand new Stern.
     
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    Be careful.
    Some new models don't get the old Williams titles.
     
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    Have you played one? It simply can't reproduce the feeling of playing a real pinball machine. Pretty sure you've had some pretty amazing titles in your collection recently, I'd take any one of those over a fully pimped out VPin.

    Not sure what you are looking to spend, you can throw one together yourself for <$1,500 I'd guess but it would have limitations... I had pretty near $4K into mine if not more not including labour... it only had a GeForce 960 in it... today's better models have 1080's in them! I don't think any of the local builders are getting rich building these.
     
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