Pinball WizardsThe nostalgic allure of the classic game
You work the buttons, lightning-fast. Setting off a flurry of light and sound.
Tilting the pinball machine, you hope to stay in the game. Once, you’d have had no other choice. Early pinball machines lacked flippers. Making it a game of chance, legally considered gambling—and widely banned in the 1940s. But America’s love for pinball never faded. In the ’70s, most bans were lifted. And the game took off. Rediscover the kitschy glory of pinball with this nostalgic collection.
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