Not everyone has pinball in their garage.  If you wanna play em’, you have to find em’!



Wikipedia defines pinball in this way:


“Pinball is a type of  arcade game, usually coin-operated, in which points are scored by a player manipulating one or more steel balls on a play field inside a glass-covered cabinet called a pinball machine.”

BUT what is pinball really?  It can and should be defined as so much more:

America’s past time

A part of history

A game of skill

Pinball machines have been around since the 1930s!  While the machines of yesteryear might not look quite like the ones that the current pinball great ‘Stern Pinball’ are churning out these days, all of it plays a crucial and meaningful part in the history of the arcade business and hobby as a whole.  Here at Game Central, we have a deep rooted respect for the game, the people that have created them in the past, still create them today, and sometimes most of all, 

the players themselves.

A Pinball Timeline starting in the 1930s

Just a small sample of the pinball machines that we offer: