The Goonies house laser cut on wood. This will be the keychain for the Goonies pin. It’s all in the details ;)

The Goonies house laser cut on wood.  This will be the keychain for the Goonies pin.  It’s all in the details 😉

Actual game play video!  Forgive some of things that are still unfinished.  Lighting, callouts/sound fx, etc.  Best to watch at full screen. Thanks!

Photo update with a full gameplay video coming in just a bit.  This gallery shows some details of the playfield that I haven’t shown yet.  

Almost done!  Just a couple days left until the Free Play Florida show.  So much to get done this week.  Fortunately I have been getting help from so many people.  They have really come through.  Here’s a quick list of those that helped me dial in the Goonies pin just this week.

– Rich from pinballbuilders.com and This Old Game.  He finished printing the playfield plastics, the apron, and the revised backglass.  It will all arrive just in time.  He also surprised me with some Goonies Pinball t-shirts to give to people that helped out with the project.  So rad!

– Joe from Little Shop of Games.  He spent a few hours over here the other night to help me figure out some tech issues that I was having.

– Brian Jones from gamestencils.com.  Brian cut all of the plastic for the pin and finished up some final pieces just yesterday.

– Doug at FACTUR also lent a hand with allowing Brian to use one of their bigger laser machines to cut the final plastic piece.  Thanks Doug! 

Just couldn’t leave it alone…

Rich, from This Old Game, proposed a new cabinet art idea.  Originally I was going for something a little more subtle but I immediately fell in love with his new comp.  He quickly printed this up and shipped it out.  What do you all think of the new look?

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I just wanted to take a moment and thank someone that’s been helping me a bunch with the Goonies pin. Richard Lint at Pinballbuilders.com and Thisoldgame.com is doing all of the artwork printing for me. The level of detail is...

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I just wanted to take a moment and thank someone that’s been helping me a bunch with the Goonies pin.  Richard Lint at Pinballbuilders.com and Thisoldgame.com is doing all of the artwork printing for me.  The level of detail is amazing.  Visit his websites and check out some of the projects he’s working on.  Above is the Journey Pinball project.  Damn this thing is beyond rad.

Thanks Richard!  The community of pinball and arcade collectors is seriously top notch.

Exciting day today!  Got some artwork in from Rich at This Old Game.  He did some amazing work.  This is just the first batch and I’m beyond stoked with it.  

Backglass art is under way. This is pretty rough but it’s the general idea that I’m going for.

Backglass art is under way. This is pretty rough but it’s the general idea that I’m going for.

Progress. Cabinet head assembled, circuit boards going back in. Artwork coming soon.

Progress. Cabinet head assembled, circuit boards going back in. Artwork coming soon.

Working on art comps for the lower cab. What do you all think?

Working on art comps for the lower cab. What do you all think?