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Solid write-up and a satisfying result! Well done! 

Will you be playing the game for as long as you spent on the repair? LOL
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Originally posted by dj_yt dj_yt wrote:

Solid write-up and a satisfying result! Well done! 

Will you be playing the game for as long as you spent on the repair? LOL

For me most of the enjoyment is about fixing the hardware and learning how to fix others, find out what the issue was so i can fix others. However this game is also one of my favourite games from the early 90s. This series of games came out along side many pinball games that are also favourites of mine and as the company was the same many quotes, voices, codes etc were put into games promoting others. arcade and or pinball.

MK2 in my view is the best of the series to. One of my favourite pinball games RFM has a whole mode dedicated to MK, Along with the FINISH HIM graphics and call outs.

So in short yes i will play this game and yes it will be put into the mypinballs hardware archive and kept to help fix other board sets in the future:)
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Absolutely. I enjoy the tinkering / learning element as much as the nostalgic value of playing your favourite games from yesteryear, so I can totally relate. I view the hobby sometimes as like owning a classic car. You spend all week tinkering, and then take it for a short drive on a Sunday! Smile
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