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By: ralahinn1 Fender Bender 2879 posts
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The 50's pinball game in 3d printer

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I know you can't play it, but does it make noise, or just sits  quietly and does nothing?  Debating buying it, but not if it doesn't even makes a noise.


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Nope, just a static item.  I was hoping it would light up and make noise too Smiley Sad

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It is just an object, but it's real purdy. At least it only takes up one slot. Smiley Happy
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I can't think of any non-active items that make noise. Kinda surprised to read that it doesn't light up though. From the ad on the splash screen, it looks pretty small too. I actually wanted it for my 50s diner, but maybe I'll have to see it in person first.



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Sep 1, 2013

Wait, so a pinball machine you can't play?

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This pinball machine was the very first thing I bought from the printer. It's a nice looking object and about the correct size of an actual pinball machine.
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Take a look at the ddr statue you get from konami penthouse. its non functional too n is toscale.
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I wish they would lower the price of the pinball machine since it doesn't do anything : /. I have the DDR statue, it's in my Darla's den. I was disappointed to find it was unplayable, but it fits good  there


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Most active items won't work if they are put on a surface that isn't flat.

Try putting the pinball machine on a non-flat surface. It won't work but it won't work anyway. 

I might buy it, didn't know it existed. Thanks for the heads up... everyone. Smiley Happy

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For the record, I was pretty mad that the DDR cabinet was just a static object, and wasn't even a portal to the Konami space. Null interest in a statue that looks like a game.

Good to know that the pinball machine is unplayable, so I won't waste money on it.
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