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  • at least the code on MM is finished
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    • Originally posted by Ballypinball View Post
      at least the code on MM is finished
      Now thats true!

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      • Ya know how Stern released a Munsters Rule sheet.. would that be an indication that there isn't much more code to be added?
        Just tweaks in code updates?

        I've never seen Stern upload a rule sheet before.. (keep in mind I got out of pinball for a couple years)

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        • yep, long ball times, multiballs achieved to easily.
          Nice playing machine though, inverted ramp is super cool. Left ramp through the back panel is a sweet shot.
          Audio, art and LCD images are nice.
          Be a great family pin or sited machine for general public.
          Machine I played was on 5 ball with no ball save for some reason. Id had enough after 2 games.
          Still be nice in a lineup, really like the look of the Premium model.

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          • Played the Pro at Pinball Paradise and felt it shot really well. Does look to be very basic by what I could tell on the inserts and their layout.

            The fact that there are no drop targets (Especially on the LE) makes it extremely disappointing.
            I had finished a few modes without much effort.
            Great pin for the family environment / kids etc.

            Maybe there's no ball save to give the game some longevity due to being so basic?

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            • I went and had a look today played a few games it didn't do much for me I decided to get an iron maiden instead

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              • Originally posted by Edencraft View Post
                I went and had a look today played a few games it didn't do much for me I decided to get an iron maiden instead
                Unfortunately it ain't doing a whole lot for many who have tried it. Shame.
                Great game choice BTW.

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                • Tried it yesterday it is fun, Code yes shallow, I think if you have a small collection maybe pass, but in a large collection would be a great addition. Played Deadpool along side it and liked both equally lent towards Munsters just on theme alone probs.
                  Ramp shots are great. Color, Lights, Artwork, LCD, Music, Flow all great. 3 of us played about 10 games between us and i think only 1 of us got Munster Madness once or Twice. I had only one game as was to busy talking shit to sales. I Understand Sterns logic it is an easier game to get kids in as for someone starting out in Pinball the games like Maiden maybe just to hard for newbs.
                  If you like ramps you will like this game. I do hope code improves though and the center scoop shot is my only bug on the game, It was to easy to hit really hard actually not to hit it again after it ejects from the scoop I actually had to let it bounce off the flipper as i had hit it like 10 times in a row, maybe just set up bad.

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                  • I liked it but it is very easy to play and if you like cradling balls during multi all, this game would go on forever.

                    If I could throw money around I'd buy one coz it looks nice and plays nice. Sadly not for me as need something better to come along to grab my cash like maybe [MENTION=5477]hotty[/MENTION] King Kong lol

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                    • Yep that hairy ape Kong is on the cards. How do I know?

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                      • I bloody hope not surely Slayer next

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                        • Either way, not every machine and title will satisfy us all. That's life and pinball is subjective. Munsters will appeal to some and not to others. Some like theme, some like gameplay and code, some like music, some like the whole package. At least we get to play them before spending $9k+ which is a crap load of money for some. Well, that's my front fence and remote gate on my new house anyway.

                          We are spoilt for choice with the sheer amount of titles being released and titles been thrown around that could be released. Wow, do I buy this or do I wait for another title I hear is coming? Choices, choices, choices.

                          I thought Munsters was pretty cool, and definitely not as easy as I expected, but that's due to my skill level and ability. The more I play it, the better I would expect to become. Great artwork, ramps, theme, etc, but another new Stern in reality. Would I own one? Possibly, but I'm not rushing out to buy one. I think the Premium model will be very cool given the artwork and colours, etc. It would suit my collection. But handing over $11.5K.....................within a few months of scoring myself a MM? That poses a new question, "Do I still want a wife?"

                          Just buy and play the games that make you happy. When they no longer make you happy, sell them.

                          GB regularly doesn't make me happy but there are games I play on it that still do. I feel it's Me v's The Machine and one day I hope to beat the bastard. It's like a magnet that keeps drawing me back to it.

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                          • Originally posted by Noob-A-Tron View Post
                            I bloody hope not surely Slayer next
                            Well there's been quite a few pics of Kerry King with Gary stern and also at Stern booths..

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                            • given how popular music themes are including metallica i think slayer is on the cards.

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                              • No more music pins please, bring on Jaws!

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