You can actually play this on The Pinball Arcade as a downloadable table for PC, Console, and Mobile. They also just released a new, 12th Doctor table called Doctor Who: Master of Time.
Where in NJ? Hoping I'm close enough to check it out!
It's all about the outer loops, master those and you'll have that high score in no time. Here in Portland OR I am spoiled with at least 3 locations to play this machine.
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Im in Nj i need the deets
Which pizza place?
I am pretty sure I have played this at 1up in downtown Denver.
Are these rare? I assume so. Never seen a Who one before.
There's one in some beercade in Portland OR I played last year.
What Pizza place?! I want to make the owner an offer!!!!!!
Oooo, that's a great machine.
There's one of these at the Junction City Music Hall in Toronto as well.
We have one at the Level One arcade bar, central Ohio
Headquarters Beercade in Chicago has one as well.
This also rotates at the bar Flat Top Johnny's in Cambridge MA. They have 12 tables, and switch three in a week.
I remember playing this one as a kid it is a pretty bonkers pinball machine and is pretty awesome. Did a lot of really cool stuff for its time.
As of a few years ago the DP dough in Athens Ohio had one as well
Pretty certain we have one in Portland Oregon also at a retro arcade called "Ground Kontrol" on the second floor.
So I'm not too familiar w/ Classic Who. Who's the guy on the bottom who looks like Doctor Strange?
We've got one in Columbus, Ohio at Level-one Barcade!
Peter Davison looks like he should be in a prog rock band
I saw one of these I believe in Lumberton at a pizza place. I have not been home in a very long time (NJ is my home) so I can not remember what it is called. I know here in TX we have a retro Arcade place that lets you play non stop on old games for 15.00 for the entire night. It is so fun, and I feel like a kid again! (I think they have this game at the arcade here)
I played the pinball game at MAGfest over the weekend.
I would have to go check it out, but I've seen one at the Pinball Museum in Seattle, WA too a year or two ago.
Always play this at Louisville Arcade Expo in the spring. It's pretty tough in my opinion.
People in the U.K. (Mainly Wales) there is a fully working one at the Doctor Who experience in Cardiff - just up the coast from Torchwood :)
Here's the promotional sales video for the game
Where in NJ?
I just played that in Denver at a bar called 1Up. Fantastic!
Great game, and very challenging!
Believe it or not, my family actually has one of those that was given to us by a family friends husband. I haven't looked at it in a while but I'm fairly certain it looks like that one except it has a dalek figurehead on the top of it. It actually works too it's pretty cool.
Back when it was still Towson State University, they had this table in the arcade across from the Ratt. I don't know how many classes I skipped playing that thing.
Fond memories all.
There is a modern one at zanzibar in louisville
10/10 would steal.
I have played this one at a Pinball Museum in Alameda, CA.
We have that at an arcade in Pittsburgh, it's actually a super cool table.
The rendition of Tom Baker looks more like Tom Jones.
I believe there's one at Dorky's Arcade in Tacoma WA, or at least there's one at the Seattle Pinball Museum, because I've seen and played it either at Dorky's or at PAX.
One at Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas, NVhttp://pinballmuseum.org/
Oh nice! It's always cool to see some 3D fanart, well done!
Edit1: its the only picture i have right now. We switched computers in junior yr.
hey, it looks sweet, good job!
In case you don't see it. the cart behind the magnifying glass, it says "Torchwood" (i had to search for it pretty long)
I think it's just an Easter egg in the show. Steven Moffat has said multiple times that in the Doctor Who universe, Sherlock holmes is just a story, like in ours.
Maybe Sherlock is a Torchwood fan and it's some kind of merch?
Sherlock Holmes already exists as an actual Victorian person and a fictional character at the same time in the Whoniverse. Even if an organization called Torchwood exists, doesn't mean all of Doctor Who exists with it.
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