Remember the vintage pinball machine games, like Heavy Hitter, that played a game of baseball? Now you can find a number of tabletop baseball pinball games on the market that can provide hours of fun individually or for an entire family.
In this post I will describe four tabletop games that operate pinball style.
Though most are rated for 8 years old and above, they are simple enough that they can be played by younger children with proper supervision. The age rating results from the use of small metal balls and the dexterity needed to handle the games. Continue reading Tabletop Baseball Pinball Games→
When it comes to custom baseball gifts, this may be the ultimate hands-on gift. Real Play pinball baseball, perhaps the most realistic of all mechanical baseball games ever built. It’s a unique gift that will set your baseball-loving spouse, partner, friend, or coach apart from everyone else!
Real Play Baseball is designed, patented, and built by Richard Quint, founder and owner of Quint Premier Baseball Games. His game was launched in 2013 at the 34th National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
There have been many cool baseball games, in various styles, created over the years. In this article I present an overview of several different styles of baseball games that exist today.
When you think about it, baseball concepts are really quite simple. Essentially, if you can swing something and propel another object, you can turn it into a game of baseball.
The simplicity of these concepts has caused a great deal of creativity to be focused on developing games that emulate baseball in some way. In fact, in some games you don’t even swing or hit anything, you just pretend that you did.