Post by dragonflybg on Oct 30, 2019 19:10:54 GMT -5
Pinball arcades were incredibly popular in the ’70s, and Julie loves to try to beat the high score! The Flip Side pinball machine works just like a real one, with flashing lights, a digital scorekeeper, a plunger to launch the metal ball, buttons to control the flipper arms on either side, bumpers, and realistic machine sounds. It’s made of real metal and wood.
$150 as of October 2019
I knew I had to have this as soon as I saw it! It's such a unique piece and I love that it lights up and can actually be played. There's even a part on the board that spins during game play. The piece itself is heavy and seems very well made with wood, metal and some plastic parts. It takes three C batteries to operate and has a switch on the bottom to turn it off, on at low volume or on at high volume.
I think the scale is pretty good and a doll looks natural standing next to it. The back is a solid aqua/turquoise color and the side panel art is the same on both sides. It also arrives fully assembled.