The Sega Addicts Podcast needs your pinball questions!

This Thursday we’ll be recording episode 102 and it’s all about pinball. We’ll discuss some of the physical pinball games Sega and their licenses have been involved in as well as some of the pinball games that have appeared on their various consoles. If you have any good memories or questions regarding Sega pinball games leave them in the comments below. In addition, we’ll always answer any of your non-pinball Sega questions as well!

Fun Fact: Tom created the entire header above in the software required to animate pinball Dot Matrix displays.

Readers Comments (8)

  1. Does pinball remind you of a womb?
    The way in witch the ball is sperm and the flippers are the bones that keeps the child in the womb?

  2. What the best way for European listeners to get into pinball machines? Is there a European pinball scene that you’re aware of? I understand if this is an impossible question to answer.

  3. WILL THE X-MEN PINBALL MACHINE BE PLAYABLE IN ANY ARCADES IN MASSACHUSETTS NEW YORK OR CONNECTICUT I NEED TO PLAY THAT GAME RUN ON SENTENCE.

  4. In all seriousness, which Sega franchises would you guys most like to see transformed into a pinball machine? How would the table be laid out?

    WOULD YOU PLAY BATTLE MONSTERS PINBALL.

    Oh man I just excited myself there.

  5. -Because I never had the chance to play any pinball games, which should I try first if I had the chance.
    -Isn’t it a bit strange and that most of the questions come from writers of the site?
    Pinball FX or Zen Pinball which is better?

  6. Hello,hello.
    If sega made a gumball/pinball machine what would be some cool characters for it and what would be the flavor? it would have to relate.

    Also what would you change in all of sonics new games that would be made better with pinball? as well as your enery day life?

    Is dot animation what they used for the original gameboys?
    -Later

  7. If you didn’t know anything about sega,only the name,what would you think they did, or manufactured?
    ( not pinball machines)

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