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|Bergemmeloord delivered pinball's to Pinball Museum Krakow|
In January 2016
approached by Chmiel from Chmiels Beerpub in
Krakow. He was looking for a pinball machine
Bally Amigo for his museum. After his story
were interested in his museum.
We went looking for
an 'Amigo' for him. After
we found one, he was
immediately enthusiastic and it was agreed that
we would revise it to prepare for many more years
in the museum. At the same time, he has also
taken over the Mariner from our collection.
sent the Amigo and the Mariner to Krakow as an
addition to the collection of the
“Pinball museum Krakow”.
These pinball's of the old days
still are in the
minority in the museum. By the 10th of June the
pinball's were arriving in Krakow.
Chmiel was very happy to receive the pinball's
in very good shape. They still are in the museum
and although they are turned on
6 days in the week they
still do work fine. On June 15th 2017 I was visiting the museum and
found 60 working Pinball
machines which are in a good maintained
The owner does most of
the repair himself.
It was just after the museum
opened, but even at that moment, there
already were about 15 people
which found the basement where the pinball
museum Krakow is. It is very close to the Wawel
Castle in the Jewish quarter.
We can recommend all pinball friends to visit the Pinball museum Krakow. Prices are very reasonable and all pinball's are on "free play" for the whole day fun.
website: http://www.krakowpinballmuseum or
|Pinballs arrived in Krakow|
|Bally Amigo 1973|
|This Bally Amigo raises a back glass that commands attention, the flipper also has many different options for different shots. The spinner that many points can yield but only when the light is lit! He even gives 1000 points per revolution. A free game seems so simple. The two slots on the side and the bonus can pay up to 2x. This machine continues to fascinate you. Completely cleaned, new rubbers and adjusted is this machine an asset to the Pinball museum Krakow.|
|Bally Mariner 1971|
EM at its best. One of the most desirable EM pinball's of all times. Very easy rule set, 3" flipper fingers and straight forward game play. very addictive to play. Maybe due to the simple fact, that it had to extra posts added to the playfield to prevent draining through the side lanes. Apparently, this was pretty frequently done during the 1970's, as it allowed unskilled players in a home setup to have extended play time by the ball. it still is one of the absolute EM favourite’s.
|Entrance of the Pinball museum Krakow|
|Children learn how to play pinball|
|The bally Amigo and Mariner in the museum|
|For more impressions visit the website of the pinballmuseum Krakow|