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Pinball Arcade in Chile

September 9, 2012

A couple years ago I happened across pinball games made in China, and a little more interweb detective work revealed they were mostly destined for Latin-American countries.  The majority of them are flipper-less bingo-style games and used for either redemption or gambling.  Many use plastic balls and a handful feature LCD displays.  I wouldn’t be surprised to see these games in American Casinos as some point.

Caption from the author’s blog: “Pinball arcades remain hugely popular in Valparaiso (Chile), they are crowded all day with a wide assortement of characters, men, women, business suits, students, kids. Sound heard: pinball noises and background latin music.”

Sound link: http://whatisbeau.com/blog/audio/flipper.mp3

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  1. Anonymous permalink
    September 10, 2012 9:21 am

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