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Internet Podcasts

Coast 2 Coast Pinball Podcast

Nate Shivers is a force of nature, recording over 80 episodes of his podcast, “Coast 2 Coast Pinball” in less than a year. Traveling literally coast to coast, Nate regales listeners with trip reports, industry speculation, forum static, passionate pinball talk, and current game events

The Brokentoken Podcast

Join co-hosts Brent and Whitney as they share a ‘southern view’ (and some definite drawl) on the vibrant hobby of collecting, restoring and playing the arcade and pinball classics from the late 70′s to today.


 Spooky Pinball Podcast - Charlie and K.T. host. “In 2010 we started “The Spooky Pinball Podcast” as a way to just have fun and share the pinball love with the entire world…” enjoy the podcasts!


The Silverball Podcast
Rob Craig and Steve Rothschild host The Silverball Podcast, covering topics for collectors and enthusiasts of pinball and coin-op video games.

 TOPcast - This Old Pinball's Online Podcast
Clay Harrell interviews the people who are the movers and shakers of the pinball industry: artists, authors, collectors, designers, historians, manufacturers and software programmers. The website offers free downloads of past shows.   

  • Pinball Collectors Resource
    by Don Mueting and Rob Hawkins
  • Welcome to the Gottlieb® Pinball Store  - Pinball t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, keychains, caps, coasters and more!
  • For Amusement Only: The Verge
    The life and death of the American arcade.
  • Python Anghelo - Pinball Artist and Philosopher
  • Russ Jensen's Pinball History Page
    A website featuring articles on the fascinating history of the wonderful amusement device  known as the "pinball machine." Topics include: Evolution of the Bumper, The Evolution of the Flipper, Pingames and Gambling, and Pinball Dating. (Year the pinball machine was manufactured)  Mr. Jensen passed away in 2007.
  • Pinball history and information
    Taru Hartikka's website from Finland contains her notes translated into English on pinball history and the games evolution.
  • Prewar Pinball
    A group devoted to the collecting and restoring of pre-1948 pinball machines known as flipperless pinball.
  • The History of Pinball
    In 1871, British inventor, Montegue Redgrave was granted US Patent #115,357 for his "Improvements in Bagatelle".
  • Rediscovering the Classic American Game of Pinball
    If you haven't played pinball in a while, it's time to find a local arcade that still has a sense of history, fish out some quarters, and get ready for seriously good times.
  • Pinnovations
    Terry Cumming’s pinball website, featuring historians, nostalgia, people and manufacturers, pinball and WW2, old photos of games and arcades; All aboard the 1930s Genco train!
  • Pinball - From Wikipedia
    A wiki with a comprehensive look at the history of the pinball machine.
  • The Pinball Story by Paul Dean 
    A gamer’s website with a special section devoted to the history of the “silver ball”.
  • The Penny Arcade
    This website by Wayne Namerow features historic examples of pinball and arcade machines.         
  • PinballRebel.com Pinball Locator, Where to play pinball in six continents!
  • PAPAPAPA’s goal is to create and promote the world’s greatest pinball tournaments, encourage friendly, casual competition, and spread enthusiasm for pinball.with the creation of PAPAtv.

This group is for those of us who collect, restore, or just enjoy pinball machines made before 1946.

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