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  1. That was really hard saying goodbye. I’ve lost my Father and my Father-in-Law who was like the dad I never had. Losing Yee hits different. Its like the world just got a little dimmer if that makes sense. The fact that people from all of the different endeavours in his life reflected on Yee in the same way speaks volumes about the man. Yee lived a life full of fun and hard work, friends and family, always saw the glass half full, and rarely complained about anything. Sometimes in life you don’t realise what you had until it is gone, my friendship with Yee is one of those things. I still can’t quite believe he’s not going to be at the next event. I kept looking around for him at the drinks we had before his funeral, and then the sharp realisation that he isn’t here anymore hit me at least 3 times during the night. For my part I’m going to try and be more like Yee in the future and actually build connections when people reach out rather than being too busy with work. We should all try and be more like Yee, we’ve only got so much time on this earth, and only we get to choose how we spend it. I will miss you Yee.
    6 points
  2. The opening tournament of the 2021 season has just been completed. 53 gamers played in this challenging competition as follows: To view the complete scoreboard, right click and select “Open image in new tab� Congratulations to all competitors that played in this tournament. It was a monster effort to play the new controls of trackball and dual sticks, as well as the standard joystick and buttons. 11 different video games were played over 59 days, making this tournament the most number of games played in 9 years. We had 7 new games never played before in the MGL, which were Venture, Vs. Excitebike, Mat Mania, Intrepid, Rootin’ Tootin’, Robotron and Centipede. We also had 1 game that had not been played for over 11 years, in Psychic 5, a rare game from Jaleco. So this was an interesting adventure of discovery for most gamers. In this tournament, 15 different gamers had at least one of their games drawn from the nomination game pool. These were from Ace1942, BandontheRun (2), Blackflag82 (3), Busty34, Creech, Evan04, Gsuttor, Ivanstorm1973, Kane, Lexa, Spectre, SMK, RedDawn, Tracey and ZNC. This is the highest number of gamers with their games drawn, since MGL30 (16 gamers) from 4.5 years ago. 4 gamers made their MGL debut. These were Boomgo_pinball (best 348,450 on Robotron for 8th place), Conzo (best 66,805 on Venture for 24th place), LordCrix (best 13,045,500 on Psychic 5 for 2nd place) and Mappy24 (273,825 on Robotron for 9th place). I hope you enjoyed the competition, and well played. With 11 games contested there were 7 different game winners: Blackflag82 (2), DaLar (1), Dbh (1), Fly (1), Lexa (1), Redelf (4) and Shahbaz (1). Congratulations to the game winners for achieving the high score on these games … I have updated the virtual trophies for the Top 3 … with the fire breathing dragon from Dig Dug … Champion: John McAllister 2nd: Patrick Stanley 3rd: Shahbaz Sadiq 21 gamers finished within a single digit of each other, 8 less than from MGL46. The competition was very close going into the last 4 games of the tournament. 10 gamers scored over 900 points for a great distinction, and another 6 gamers scored over 1,000 points for an even higher distinction. There were 2 tied scores on the scoreboard. GMU and Zap both finished with 715 points for 24th place. The head to head count was 6-4 to GMU, and he took out 24th place, while Zap took out 25th place. JoeyS and Dbh both finished with 199 points for 40th place. The head to head count was 3-2 to JoeyS, and he took out 40th place, while Dbh took out 41st place. Congratulations to John McAllister, who top scored with 1078 points, to win his first ever MGL title. His performance was excellent. He won 4 games, was runner up in 2 games, and has now played 95 games in the MGL. His previous best finishes were 3rd place in MGL38, 3rd place in MGL44, 2nd place in MGL46, and now he has his maiden title in MGL47. Having played in 12 x MGL tournaments, this was a very well deserved win. Patrick Stanley finished in 2nd place with 2 game wins. These were on Rootin’ Tootin and Rampage. Scoring 1,070 points, only 8 points behind the winner, this was a fantastic result, for his 3rd 2nd place finish in MGL history. Shahbaz Sadiq finished in a superb 3rd place in this tournament. He was tied for the lead after 6 games, and finally ended up with a mighty 96.4 game average. He won Venture and was runner up on 3 other games. Daniel Larsen finished in a great 4th place, just 16 points behind a podium finish. He won Psychic 5, and was runner up on Rootin’ Tootin’ and Rampage. With the completion of this tournament, Daniel has the high distinction of being the top scorer in WCE history. With 14,520 points, more than any other player, that’s 5 years of gaming to compete for the top. Robert Macauley is close behind in 2nd place with 14,370 points, and Jeff Mikuska is in 3rd place with 12,435 points. Jacob Spring made a welcome return to the MGL with a fine 5th place. His best score was 3rd place on Psychic 5, and next best was 4th place on both Venture and Mat Mania. He has now played in 73 x MGL games, with a superb all time average of 90.1 points per game. Pessimeister played nicely for 6th place in his 14th MGL tournament. His best finish was 5th place on Venture, and his game average was 91.2. He scored better than his all time average of 88.3, a clear sign that he is improving his game even further. Darren Mcgahey finished in 7th place with 995 points, only 8 points behind Pessimeister in 6th place. His best scores were 5th place on both Intrepid and Rootin’ Tootin’. With the completion of this tournament, Darren has become an honored and highly esteemed MGL Centurion, with 109 games played in 12 MGL tournaments. He is the 17th all time gamer to join this prestigious group. Robert Macauley finished in 8th place in his 34th MGL tournament. His best score was 4th place on Ghosts ‘n Goblins with 174,700 points. Next best was 5th place on Mat Mania with 467,650 points. He has now finished in the Top 10 of every MGL tournament, since his first one in MGL14, for the last 9 years. Arcadinator finished in a really good 9th place. His best score was on Vs. Excitebike for 4th place, next best on Psychic 5 for 5th place, and next best on Rampage for 6th place. After also seeing this gamer play live in the Australian BOTA 2021, he has the tenacity and ability to finish even higher. Ace1942 made the Top 10 with a determined effort on all of the games. His best finish was 9th place on Venture, and he has now played in 58 x MGL games. Breaking the 50 games played milestone (good stuff), his average score for this tournament was 87.2, exactly the same as his all time average. Nice. Tracey finished in a neat 11th place with a total score of 959 points. His game average was 83.9, 3.9 points more than his all time average of 80. His best score was 6th place on Robotron 2084, with 563,675 points. Hitting half a million plus on this tough frantic game is an achievement by itself. His next best was 8th place on Centipede, a trackball game, so it seems Tracey enjoyed the special controller games the most. Lexa finished in a fine 12th place after winning Game 5 - Mat Mania. Scoring an incredible 2,574,900 points on that title, his next best was 6th place on Ghosts ‘n Goblins with 168,200 points. He scored a total of 916 points across the 11 games played, with an average of 83.3 points per game. Lasice finished in lucky 13th place, just 1 point behind Lexa, with 915 points. His best scores were 11th place on both Ghosts ‘n Goblins and Intrepid. Playing 13 games so far in 2 x MGL tournaments, he has the potential to play even better. Kane finished in 14th place, again so close, only 2 points behind 13th place, and only 3 points behind 12th place. He scored a total of 913 points at an average of 83, and also played in his 38th MGL. That’s a great gamer who plays really well. His best finish was 3rd place on Centipede, one of the greatest games of all time. BandontheRun finished in 15th place with a game average of 82.8 points. That’s 5.3 points better than his all time average of 77.5, so a very good improvement considering some of the tough titles we just played. A special mention goes out to Homar, who has now joined the MGL Centurions, with 101 games played in 12 x MGL tournaments. That’s a very fine effort, and great play to achieve such a top milestone. Congratulations. Another special mention goes out to RichyS, who has now played in 150+ games, with a total of 152 titles. That’s an amazing achievement, and your gaming has been tremendous, and your MGL statistics very interesting. To all gamers who finished in the Top 20, congratulations, it was well played. For all other gamers, this was a tougher than normal line up of games. The trackball and dual stick games made it more challenging, and we had many new titles not played before, so it made things even more tricky to play well. Thanks to everyone who played in the MGL, and I hope you enjoyed the competition as much as possible. This was the opener for 2021. It’s a very busy schedule this season. Please take care and have a great break. MGL48 will start on the 18th of June, so plenty of time to recharge and have fun. The Mystery Prize Draw will commence shortly. :) OOO
    5 points
  3. Good to see all the tributes to Yee, as has been said many times he was a top guy, who was always happy to help out at the drop of a hat. The turnout at his service showed how respected he was, both at Air NZ and in the arcade community. A few have asked me about Pincade, so I’ll mention that here. I spoke with Yee a few weeks ago, and during the conversation asked him what he would like to happen with Pincade, if he’d like me to carry it on in his name. He gave me his blessing to continue it as we saw fit, which was cool. So at this stage, Pincade will be on again in early March 2022, as it has been for the last 15 years. (except this year, for obvious reasons...) Following the same format as previous years, social nights and the SYS11 champs etc. I’ll be having a chat to a couple of likely suspects to help run the social side of it. I’m sure Hamish can come up with some appropriate artwork to honour the event as well - because Pincade will always be Yee’s (and Hamishes) event, no matter who ends up running it going forward. Dave.
    4 points
  4. I think Jimmy has enough cabs for AKO IV. This build is for someone else so it's up to them if they want to offer it for use. I'm building a second one for myself though but not sure if they'll be finished before the end of July. I got the second coat on today, two more to go.
    4 points
  5. I’ll start to add info tomorrow. Cap will be at 150 peeps, there wouldn’t be that many who have put their hand up thus far. In the past I’ve capped it around 120, but at least 40 of the people that have said they are coming won’t leave the fire anyway 😂
    4 points
  6. Mystery Prize Draw: 21 gamers were eligible at the end of MGLXLVII for the mystery prize draw. All players had to play and post a score for all 11 games. The eligible players are listed below: The winner is drawn by chance from the eligible players. And the winner of the Mystery Prize Draw for MGLXLVII is … Ace1942 Congratulations! The mystery prizes are as follows … 1. Pac-man Blinky Light 2. Super Mario UHU Sticks 3. Hot Wheels Donkey Kong Monster Truck 4. Coinop Arcade Wallet 5. Space Invaders Playing Cards 6. Mario Kart Club Mocchi Toad 7. Scoob Cranberry Cookies x 2 packs 8. PEZ Toad from Super Mario and 9. $30 Cash AUD I will send a PM to @Ace1942 to congratulate him on the prize win and ship them to his postal address. That is the conclusion of the MGLXLVII mystery prize draw. Thank you to everyone who played all of the games in tournament number 47. OOO :)
    3 points
  7. I sold mine with all games & an extra controller this year & I got $1,800 in total regardless of people on here saying I'd be lucky to make a $1,000 so grab a bargain. Photo is of the last person to play it before I sold it.
    3 points
  8. Hi Wildballers, We are back on for Pinball this Saturday Night to kick start Wildball post COVID. I will PM the usual suspects. Due to COVID I will restrict the numbers to 25, so please let me know you will be attending. Most of the Wildball collective know my collection is a little older (80s SS). I hope to have something a little more modern on the night courtesy of Lindsay @Pinlinds. Re COVID Stuff. Clearly, if you are experiencing flu like symptoms, do not come to Wildball - to go to your GP and convince them to have a pinball machine in the waiting room! I will have hand sanitiser. Please use it. The Machines will be wiped down before and during the night. My reading of the Social Distancing Rules is we can have at least 100 visitors to our house .I doubt we will reach that number :-). Obviously if some COVID calamity happens between now and Saturday we will re-assess. Come and play my Fathom before I sell it and get the new one!!!!
    3 points
  9. 3 points
  10. Photo update. Warning pic heavy. I've been plugging away on putting it back together. Feel free to ask an questions. Cabinet internal before and after. Light board before, during and after. Head box before, during and still a work in progress. Parts back from being chrome plated and polished.
    3 points
  11. Many years ago at the barn the Circle of Trust was formed with those sitting by the fire. It was created by Yee, Leigh and myself. The reason? Some people only go to these things with the sole purpose of getting points, so they turn up, eat, get their points and leave. Some again without even introducing themselves to others, thanking the hosts and bothering to talk and mingle. That is no lie. That's probably the reason why there are no comps at this meet. This is going back to the roots and social side of meets. How they used to be. You come to meet up with your mates and make new ones. So, if you were in the circle sitting around the fire, you were there for the right reason, according to us of course :lol and we were probably drunk :lol
    3 points
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  13. Very odd-looking Ghostbuster machines :huh:
    2 points
  14. Parts all turned up Friday, so got stuck in til late that night. New red posts added, new rubber installed and plastic set put on. Come up nice.
    2 points
  15. Congrats to@Ace1942 for winning the mystery prize
    2 points
  16. Congrats to @johnmcallister and the top 10 well done, good luck with the mystery prize everyone. thanks to @OOO for hosting the MGL great work as always :)
    2 points
  17. 2 points
  18. Awesome photo's rusty. Really cool to see the pincade regulars again.
    2 points
  19. Nice gesture wearing all that Pincade gear. Yee had a direct hand in organising and distributing every one of of those bits of apparel you have.
    2 points
  20. The Shadow Brian Eddy Bally pinball machine. $5600. Plays well. Sanctum was repaired a bit over a year ago. New decal is a different shade of grey to playfield (see photos), but on the plus side it now works beautifully. Brand new DMD installed a year or two ago. Located in central Sydney. Cash on pickup only. I live in an apartment building so it’ll probably take a couple of people, a low trolley and a ratchet strap to get it through the corridors (no stairs).
    1 point
  21. Here's a simple quick no frills guide to setting up a MiSTer, experienced users, please feel free to correct me if I've given incorrect steps, or with anything you think that needs to be added: Aside from the main MiSTer hardware of your choice (I personally recommend: a DE-10 Nano, I/O, USB Hub and 128MB RAM -- if you are using the forthcoming MiSTercade you ONLY need the DE-10 Nano, RAM and MiSTercade) you'll also need a SD card, I use a 200GB SD card which gives me enough room and liberty to throw on large chunks of console sets, arcade cores and related ROMs, alongside a nice chunk of CD games. You can go 128GB and be slightly more selective, or even lower or higher if you want! 1. Grab the latest "Mr. Fusion - Universal MiSTer installation image" from this link: https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/mr-fusion 2. Use a tool like Etcher (Mac or PC) to write the image to your SD card, don't worry that it creates a small image, because the MiSTer will resize it to utilise all the space of your SD card 3. Put the SD card into your MiSTer, power it on and it will automatically resize the SD card, it shouldn't take long, a minute or more 4. Plug a keyboard into a USB slot and plug an ethernet cable in to get a network connection. Press F12 on your keyboard, go to scripts, find and hit enter on the "update" script. This script will download all the latest "official" MiSTer data and cores 5. Switch off the unit, eject the SD card 6. Download the latest "Update All" script from this link: https://github.com/theypsilon/Update_All_MiSTerand put it into the scripts folder on the SD card 7. Plug the SD card back into your MiSTer, power it on, and run this new update_all script as you did the previous script. This will download all the arcade/console/computer cores, rom files, bios files, etc. 8. Plug in the controller you wish to use, Press F12 and select "Define Joystick Buttons" and map the face buttons, shoulder buttons, start, select and a OSD button. You can press "space" on your keyboard to skip items you don't want to map. Press enter once you are done (once you've selected the OSD/menu button basically). With regards to SD card structure, it's relatively simple. There's a "games" folder where you put your ROM files under the individual core directory (eg. NES, or SNES). ROMs for arcade cores are in the "MAME" directoy (but the update_all script generally grabs all that, alongside the BIOS files for you). From there, you're pretty much basically setup. When you load an arcade or console core. Bring up the OSD Menu button you mapped on your controller (or press F12) and go through and map the individual inputs for each game. Depending on the core, there's a lot of other settings in the menus (hit left and right to scroll through sub menus). Console cores will give you an option to load a ROM or BIN/CUE, etc. Arcade cores will just load the game. Be aware of the "Core Volume" and "Main Volume" setting as voume varies wildly from core-to-core. From here on in, it's a fairly simple learning curve, a few hours on the unit and you will kind of become accustomed to how the architecture works. With a bit more time and fiddling around, you'll slowly figure out the rest of the stuff and what the native file formats mean. There's lots of great information out there, but I thought I'd share this quick start guide for those just getting into it.
    1 point
  22. Was contacted on gumtree by user (Hu Lee) my email shows user name as (Hu Lui) thathutrading@yahoo.com that sent the pictures. Name on bank account he gave me is : Douglas Muthamia. BSB: 084502 Account number: ********* NAB Say this is hes :ABN 26 122 150 695 And this one: ABN 52 129 372 114 he's massage'- Hello, we have ghost buster premium to machines one is used and the second one has a defect. we are selling them at 8000 and 5000 respectively. if this is of interest to you, then give us a call. 0861020690 Christmas Island . We have fixed up the defects The machine is functional I mention this for you to know the second machine has had issues unlike the first which we had never been touched (fixed . Hello please we have difficulties with our printer . We just had to do it with a pen . Hope that’s okay . The one by the stair case is the used pinball machine that has never been fixed while The second is the one that was fixed . Let us know if you need any other thing from Us . (Theses are the pictures I had ask for with today's date. there chop from my phone as I was unable to download them)
    1 point
  23. Up for sale is my Aerosmith pro. Was always going to be one I’d move on eventually but unfortunately I have to move it quicker than expected. Great condition. Approx 500 plays so like new. It has a shaker motor. Inner art blades. Perfect play silicone rubbers. Fluro plastic protectors on slings and return lanes. Cliffy on the scoop. Stern rails which I think look awesome. There is some damage on the left side head box decal but nothing else anywhere. More pictures to come soon. $9500
    1 point
  24. Apron brackets and hangers polished. Installed the brackets, shooter guide and Apron. Looking good now. Also did a couple dodgy connectors with new housings and Trifurcon pins.
    1 point
  25. Had a nice long multi ball 3,028,330
    1 point
  26. Couple of good games in a row 2,730,900
    1 point
  27. Finally a score 2,544,970 love the game …still have no idea on how to get extra ball…and multi ball if it lasts 5 seconds it’s a good one ..nice hard game
    1 point
  28. Hi Leigh, please save a place for me!!
    1 point
  29. If thats the case and you use that stick in order it may be a bit shorter by the time you get to game tester..... By the time you flog me there won't be much left for Bill and his Big Arse Van:lol:lol:lol
    1 point
  30. Game 1 comes to a close. Congratulations to Kane for a massive score leaving everyone else well behind and taking 1st place. RusstyT in 2nd position and JoeSoap in 3rd. Crakkers managed a 4th place with a small margin over legin. Very close scores from there on... except for skids who through a score in just to make sure he stays in touch with the rest of the competition.
    1 point
  31. New games Centipede Dbh 500000 Intrepid Redelf 134770 Mat Mania Lexa 2574900 Robotron Redelf 15683100 Rootin’ Tootin’ Blackflag82 176720 Venture Shahbas 110370 Vs. Excitebike Fly 2203600 New best scores Fantasy Zone Redelf 7038860 Ghosts and Goblins Redelf 321500 Psychic 5 Dalar 13195100 Rampage Blackflag82 1163115
    1 point
  32. Big thanks Dave and Sandy for hosting a great event. Played some awful pinball but had a really good time. Sorry we had to leave so early. Thanks also to Rusty and everyone else that helped to make it possible.
    1 point
  33. Thanks to Dave & Sandy for a great night Also thanks to the houseball oganisers !
    1 point
  34. If you are making up a list Leigh, can you add me and I believe Anthony (Silver Surfer).
    1 point
  35. Have been up in Brisbane for the past 5 days so not been playing at all… spent this afternoon trying to beat our scores and no cigar so that’s a bugger.😭😩 while up north was able to play in some pinball parlours and it was great to play heaps of pennies even played Rick & Morty what a fast interesting game that is no idea what I was doin but it was fun..played many 90’s games but some great memories of some 70’s… As much as real pinballs are absolutely awesome and great fun having your virtual machine with every game there at home how lucky are we no money to put in them minimal maintenance and breakdowns …evolving virtually daily to better and better tables I’m so glad I have my machine and play in a great comps..
    1 point
  36. Put wanted ads on Facebook selling groups (Join heaps in all areas) and Gumtree with pictures of what you want There is a lot of stuff hiding out there that is not advertised
    1 point
  37. I’ll take it
    1 point
  38. I'll be HR, a mediator with a long stick, no doubt there will be a clash of personalities amongst us all.
    1 point
  39. 28,107,455,960 Big game, first FF had 2 of each artifact for 2 billion, second FF had 4 of each for 4 billion, and borg multiball jackpots were up to about 350 million each by the end. Good times.
    1 point
  40. Leigh and I just arrived home from a lightning trip trip to NZ for Yee's service. We caught up with a lot of our NZ mates last night for a beer and a feed (a few to many for some of us), where we told our war stories and had a laugh or two in such a tough time. All of us who have been to NZ for Pincade have been fortunate to meet and befriend a great bunch of people. I feel very lucky to call you people my mates. One of the last things Yee said to me a little over two weeks ago was "we had some great times didn't we?" Everyone who was part of the pinball events and meets that Yee attended/organized gave him something, as well us getting something back from him. That's how friendships work. The overwhelming feeling from the day was that we should all be doing a better job of keeping in contact with our friends and see each other more often. I agree. The posts above accurately reflect how I knew Yee. He was either working, laughing or sleeping. This comment is well reflected in the people who spoke at his service today and all of the photos people have posted. I have to struggle to find a pic where he is not smiling or doing something to get or give a laugh. That quickness to laugh is why I loved him as such a great mate. There were a bucket-load of people at Yee's service today, from all of his life interactions. Yee would have felt a little bit humbled I think.
    1 point
  41. this one is coming together really nice ...:023: not like the other playfield swap...:064:
    1 point
  42. Some more pictures of Yee during his visit to Chicago in 2015. I was happy that I could (pretend) to be his tour guide on my side of the world in the windy city. Sorry for the late post - I forgot I had these.
    1 point
  43. Thanks Yee for being a mate and an amazing travel companion on so many adventures including Sydney pinball expo, barn meets and Illawarra Steelers meet. The big Chicago lasVegas LA trip, the Texas Oklahoma trip and all the travel around NZ. We liked the same things, beer, pinball and buckets of chicken wings. Your pincade connected all the downunder pinheads and more, and we owe it to you to keep your dream alive in some way shape or form. Rest In Peace my friend,
    1 point
  44. This is so sad to read. I did not even know Yee was sick as I've been kind of out of the pinball loop for quite a few years now. I first met Yee through HamishNZ maybe 15 years ago and felt he was instantly a great friend. Reading through all of the posts it's quick to see he had the same impact on everyone he met. For me Yee was someone who brought people together. He made sure everyone was comfortable and made a real effort for people to get to know each other. I send my condolences and best wishes to Yee's family and friends during this tough time. I'm not great with words so I hope this comes out right.... for me, one of the greatest things about this hobby was always the great people I've met. Sadly I let this slip over the years and have missed many opportunities to spend time with great people such as Yee and many others here. Yee's passing has really made me think of priorities and spending time with great people is something that is so important. I do not wish to let some great friendships slip away as I have. It's too late for me now to reacquaint myself with Yee again but I do hope to meet up again with the great friends in this community. To me this is what Yee was all about.
    1 point
  45. I have to say it was an honour to call such and generous and caring man a friend. I stepped away form the hobby a few years ago, but our friendship continued. He was always willing to lend a hand, from cutting up firewood, unloading containers of pins or just lending an ear in though times. I will miss that positive beat cheeky smile. For a small man he had a big heart and underneath a tiny frame hid a pillar of strength, (he once lifted the full weight of a TZ, moving it into PaulOz basement) Rest is peace mate, you had one hell of a game
    1 point
  46. Pincade 2011 - Hamish's place Sneaky Meet 2011 - hiding in the background (I've got so many photos where he's lurking in the background Pincade 2012 - nick64 Pincade 2012 - nick64 The Barn 2012 - via Mal (spacies), my f**king lounge room 😂 http://i936.photobucket.com/albums/ad208/spacies/IMAG0637.jpg The Barn 2012 - the very first circle of trust - via Paul (Rollerball) http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z314/rollerball230967/SAM_2207.jpg Expo 2014 - setup Expo 2014 - 3am Kebabs Expo 2014 - 3am Kebabs part 2 Expo 2014 - fixing shitters (aka Dan's machines :) ) Expo 2014 - Day 2 Expo 2014 - some of the kiwi crew Expo 2014 - the work health and safety how not to crew (packing up) Expo 2014 - the boys about to throw me in the back of the truck and ship me off to the gulag for doing this to them ...... Just because I had to ..... and who could forget the Solidarity Brothers - Sneaky Meet 2011
    1 point
  47. I am looking forward to retiring next year (66). Heading south to Tassie and finally will have a larger shed to tinker in. :)
    1 point
  48. new virtual pinball machine big upgrade from the mini still needs lots of work but playable 618,674,100
    1 point
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