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Jack Black is best known for his music with band Tenacious D and more recently as an actor in movies like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, School of Rock, Gulliver's Travels, and the Kung Fu Panda series of movies.Read More
This month saw the launch of Williams Pinball: Volume 2 on FX3. The game pack comes from Zen Studios and is available on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and on Steam for PC.Read More
On the surface, it's hard to see any similarities between the iconic game pinball and the new craze in video gaming, the online multiplayer first-person shooter Fortnite. There are similarities, however, and they are startlingRead More
Primus, the San Francisco rock band, are known for doing things their own way. Just try to explain their music style or genre, something which is possible as the band simply doesn't fit into normal conventions.Read More

Every year, the National Toy Hall of Fame inducts three new toys. This year, pinball made it onto the list.

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Think of any great rock band or pop group that has attained worldwide fame and there is probably a pinball machine based on them. Rolling Stones – check. Elton John – check. Elvis – check. Guns ‘N Rose – check. Metallica – check. Kiss, Aerosmith, Dolly Parton – check, check, and check.Read More
Williams Pinball: Volume 1 was released this month by Zen Studios on its pinball machine simulator, Pinball FX3. This means you can get it on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at a cost of $9.99. What can you expect from Williams Pinball: Volume 1, however?Read More

What is fuelling the growth of pinball in the USA and in other parts of the world? This was a topic recently explored in an article in Newsweek. The answer, according to some of the pinball industry's leading experts, is the widespread use of mobile phones. In other words, people are looking for something different.

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Back in the Spring of this year, news broke that The Pinball Arcade was losing some of its most popular pinball tables. This was because its deal with WMS Industries was coming to an end. WMS Industries holds the rights to many classic and much-loved pinball machines, particularly those originally made by pinball machine creators Williams and Bally.Read More
There is a lot going on when you play pinball. All the lights and features on a simple machine are enough to confuse even an experienced player. When you strip it all back to focus on just the ball, however, is the game random? How can you possibly control all those ricochets, bumpers, and lanes?Read More
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