Found this in an arcade at Myrtle Beach
Ahhh, nothing like teaching the kids the values of alcoholism at a young age
@Jolee Bindo, where is the alcohol?
I'm pretty sure this picture was taken in my local Main Event Bowling Alley......
@Gay Ninja,hey hey just recently installed a main event bowling alley in my town.
@Gay Ninja, no, the description says it was taken in an arcade in Myrtle Beach, NC
@Gay Ninja, SC*
@Super GingerBoy, well Main Event actually has a really big arcade inside (as well as a billiards area, a bar, a restaurant, and of course the bowling alley..... It's a big place....) but the location does disprove its relation to me so thanks :D
@Gay Ninja, or treasure island fun center in Largo, Florida....
@Gay Ninja, I just played this last week at my local bowling alley
Start 'em young
college simulator 2016
We have a machine that looks exactly like that, only I live in Texas so it's called beer pong master.
I saw this a couple years ago at a chuck-e-cheese. Around the same time I realized that that place is a casino training ground for kids. And before you start wondering why I was there, it was because my friend was having a birthday party for her son and asked if I could go. Plus we were both children at heart. Oh yeah and they serve beer there too
Only if theres beer in them
And what's stopping me from reaching in and placing the balls in?
@SourNewspaper, for me it's usually my body being attached to my balls
@SourNewspaper, I'm assuming it's set at about your normal skee ball game distance so as to limit the number of people. Also on average those kinds of games tend to give rather small prizes or numbers of tickets compared to other games where cheating is not so easy.
@SourNewspaper, I mean it seems there are glass walls on the sides and there appears to be a section of the table before the midway point where the little barrier is. Where it says to bounce it or sink it in. It's set up like a beer pong table and seems pretty much the same except it's one sided
@SourNewspaper, They have to bounce and there's some sort of detector that can figure out if it's just a ball passing through or an arm.
@VaporStrike, no they actually do not have to bounce... It still counts if you just toss them
@Gay Ninja, Huh, we must have different machines then. The ones I see have bounce detectors.
@VaporStrike, that's why, on the bounce-pad, it says "Bounce or Toss"
@Gay Ninja, Must have different machines, then. Ours didn't say that and wouldn't register a shot unless it bounced first. You COULD hit the pad with your palm and drop it in, but there was also a sensor that could tell if your arm was in.
We had a lot of cheaters many years before. They updated all the machines after it got really bad and they all had tons if failsafes and shjt like this. To be honest, ours may have been a custom job, I dunno. A few were.