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    Each to their own of course but I think itís great. Some very minor issues when I first got it and the Multimorphic guys are really quick to answer any questions and theyíre always seeking feedback and coming up with ways to improve the product. And just in case anyone is interested thereís a 12 month warranty.

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    Multimorphic just released a FREE mini game for the P3, lucky owners!

    https://www.multimorphic.com/store/p.../hoopin-it-up/

    Also, 4 people can now play at once on CCR:

    https://www.multimorphic.com/news/ho...c-cart-racing/

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    Great interview with Gerry in the latest Pinball Magazine/Pinball News podcast. I didn't know that Multimorphic had moved to their own new facility. Podcast and pics here:

    http://www.pinball-magazine.com/?p=3876

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    Slap Save doing twitch stream of P3 playing Lexi

    Certainly gaining legitimacy... very interesting.

    One of the new games is "Heads Up!" ... link 2 machines side by side and balls can go subway on game A and instantly pop out on game B! ... is that even cool?

    This is the game that is aparently going into a "Dave and Busters" ...

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    Interesting concept.. what's their long term goal with these types of machines? Some kind of swap out playfield? I can't see it being successful but kudos to them for thinking of something a little different.


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    2 year old video, so I would guess their present release version is a bit more than this. Haven't spotted any New videos as yet, just pics in the "media".

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    Quote Originally Posted by cejay View Post
    Interesting concept.. what's their long term goal with these types of machines? Some kind of swap out playfield? I can't see it being successful but kudos to them for thinking of something a little different.





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    Quote Originally Posted by mjfisher1974 View Post
    Each to their own of course but I think it’s great. Some very minor issues when I first got it and the Multimorphic guys are really quick to answer any questions and they’re always seeking feedback and coming up with ways to improve the product. And just in case anyone is interested there’s a 12 month warranty.
    Who is the ditributor in Oz?

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    No distributor in Oz. At this stage itís best to go direct through Multimorphic.


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