642 Main Street in downtown Lafayette Indiana
Sunday – Friday 7 pm – 11 pm
Saturday 5 pm – 11 pm
Special events by appointment
Join us on Tuesday nights for league or tournament pinball play. The 3rd Tuesday of every month is tournament night, most other Tuesdays are league nights. Play starts at 7:30.
Yes, we repair pinball machines! We work on everything from old electro-mechanical games to the latest games from Stern and others.
Live MSA pinball cam
(camera is only on when we are open)
From way back in 1975 it’s Red Baron. Another electro-mechanical game for the vintage side of our pinball lineup. This one is from Chicago Coin. We have a couple of their arcade games on the floor (and they do very well), but this is the first Chicago Coin pinball machine we have ever had in our lineup. This one comes from late in their history. In 1977 their assets were purchased by Stern Electronics, today’s Stern Pinball.
This 1980 classic is my absolute favorite game from the solid state era, and one of my favorite games of all time. This particular game took quite a bit of work to get it back in shape, but it now plays perfectly. Stop in and check it out.
We’re on the list for Scott Danesi’s Total Nuclear Annihilation, coming later this year (hopefully!) from Spooky Pinball. If you haven’t seen it yet check out the game play here and here. Very cool game, and completely different from anything else being made today.
Our latest addition! From 1975 it’s Little Chief by Williams. It’s out on the floor now, and like all of our classic EMs it’s one token for five balls. Talk about cheap entertainment, check out the flyer, that’s even better than the recommended pricing from 1975!
Some good news about our The Big Lebowski game: Since replacing the P3-ROC board on 4/13 we’ve put over two hundred plays on it, with the “P3-ROC NOT FOUND” error only coming up once. That error (and others) had been coming up at least occasionally on our game ever since it was new, so only seeing it one time is a huge improvement. Hopefully that one instance was just a fluke and not an indication of future problems.
As far as the current situation at Dutch Pinball (TBL’s maker), who knows? The last thing they posted was on 4/7 about a meeting with their contract manufacturer that looked promising. Since then, radio silence.
Our plan is still to leave the game out on the floor at least for the time being. If things don’t get resolved at Dutch Pinball, and replacement parts continue to be unavailable, at some point we will probably have to retire the game.
So come on down and enjoy this game while you still can. Who knows, maybe we will re-schedule our cancelled TBL launch party! We might do a combo launch party when our new Attack From Mars arrives.
This is a re-issue of the 1995 Midway classic Attack From Mars. It’s being produced by Chicago Gaming Company. We don’t have an estimated delivery date but more than likely it will arrive towards the end of the year. It’s a very cool game, it will be worth the wait.
Our newest game! It’s brand new but it’s priced like it’s from 20 years ago, just 25¢ per play. Come on down and check it out!