Only people who keep popping tokens into the machine. So really its the arcade owner that wins.
I'm sure most of my readers know by now that I write a weekly gaming review article for the Pulse Niagara, which is a local paper in my area. In this week's issue of the Pulse Niagara, a Finnish artist, Maija Tammi had her photo piece featured which was a collection of pinball and arcade machines from Clinton Hill in Niagara Falls and Union Station in Toronto.
I've posted the photo above but forgive the bad quality as it is a scan and it is pieced together from two parts. I wish I could have gotten a better copy but the Pulse Niagara website didn't have a copy of the photo on there. I did manage to find one photo from this mix online.
Click the photo for a bigger version.
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