Sean Wilkinson: I have to know...are your flippers electric, or simply pushed with finger power? If they're completely manual, I applaud you for making them so powerful! Many push-flippers on homemade games don't have the oomph like electric ones, and the gameplay suffers a bit, but yours shoot the ball with ease and precision.
Juan Ignacio Capó: Can I ask you how much money you finish it cost ?
ACELERO MESMO: excelente
Tha Epic Devil: I refuse to believe that that was homemade. But the evidence lies in the different colored balls. Nice touch, actually.
SPINACH “LOGE”: Wow that's cool
Josito MTL: Amazing Job. Awesome. Congrats.
Sooner Science Nerd: totally awesome, dude! i made a tabletop pinball game,25 pachinko balls,no electronics, but still fun! where'd you get your ideas? when I get a camera, i'll take a pic of it. keep it up, dude!
Brandon Bell: WOW. that is awesome...just awesome.
madhav makadia: what is the length and the breadth of the game?? and what is the material used for base
JurassicGamerHD: How did you make the flippers?Are the flippers electronic?
stardust4ever: So, no electronics / all mechanical? How do you score points? Pretty neat idea IMO.
dagnole: This is awesome, great job. IMHO, the flippers, when they are activated, go a bit too far up in the board. Otherwise it's amazing! :-)
Zachary Risbeck: awesome
badreality2: Most homemade pinballs are crude things, but this one looks like it would have been used as a company prototype for a late 1940s - mid 1960s EM pinball machine. Well done. ;)
Ben Force: This is freaking awesome. I'd like to see more.
redawesomerobot: awesome job!!!
Jolt Z: Have you built 8-Ball Hustle yet?
bbmeister1: AMAZING WORK :)
MightyMike: this is awesome you gave me the idea for the bumpers as rubber bands so thank you =)