A big thank you to the members of the pinball & arcade community who sign up to bring their games to the show for everyone to enjoy! If you have games you would like to share and bring to the show, register your game to get in for free and to be entered into the free play raffle!

Many games at the show may also be for sale! Check the game information card on each pinball machine for details.

Please treat each machine respectfully. Do not place food, beverages, or any sharp-edged or heavy objects on the pinball machine or glass. This can potentially cause damage to the pinball machines that owners have painstakingly restored for your enjoyment. Abusive handling such as punching, kicking, lifting, tipping, rocking a game, or hitting the glass in any way is grounds for a warning and possible ejection from the show with no refunds.

Parents must supervise their kids at all times.

Here is the list of games that have been registered thus far. Games normally start being registered by owners within 2-3 weeks prior to the show, and continue right up until the start of the show. Click on each column to sort the list by game title, manufacturer, year, etc. Click the game titles to view information and example photos about specific games.

Game Title Game Type Manufacturer Year For Sale Tournament Play
Demolition Man Pinball Williams 1994 No Available
Rescue 911 Pinball Gottlieb 1994 No Available
The Shadow Pinball Bally 1994 No Available
Guardians of the Galaxy (Pro) Pinball Stern 2017 Yes Maybe
Ghostbusters (Pro) Pinball Stern 2016 Yes Maybe
Blackwater 100 Pinball Bally 1988 Yes Maybe
Laser Cue Pinball Williams 1984 Yes Available
Fleet Jr. Pinball Bally 1934 No Available
Revenge From Mars Pinball Bally 1999 No Available
Dracula Pinball Stern 1979 Maybe Available
Metallica (Pro) Pinball Stern 2013 No Maybe
Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure Pinball Williams 1993 No Available
Judge Dredd Pinball Bally 1993 Yes Maybe
WWF Royal Rumble Pinball Data East 1993 Yes Maybe

Games for Sale

Many game owners will offer their games for sale, so be sure to look at the game information card on each game for details. Typically, prices on games can range anywhere between $200 and $6000. The price can depend upon the game title, condition, popularity, and/or rarity. New games, high-end restorations, or very rare and/or very popular games can sometimes range $5000-$12,000. Most private game owners will only accept cash, but some may accept electronic forms of payment. Retail distributors with new games sometimes take checks, credit cards, or electronic forms of payment.

An ATM is available on the premises (provided by Adirondack Trust).

Thank you for coming to the show!