IPSND:HomeThe Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND) homepage. Shows new announcements, summary visitor information and links into the rest of the site.The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database or IPSND collects serial numbers of pinball machines and publishes a database of these on the Internet.
The International Arcade Museum® (IAM) and Killer List of Videogames® at Museum of the Game® is the world's largest educational center focusing on the art, inventions, science, and history of the amusement, coin-operated machine, game, and videogame industries.
In 1943, Harry Williams founded Williams Manufacturing Company at 161 West Huron Street in Chicago, Illinois.The first seven products were a fortune-telling machine called Selector Scope (1944), two electro-mechanical games, Periscope (1944) and Liberator (1944), a novelty called Zingo (1944), a pinball conversion called Flat-Top (1945 ...
The Pinside Pinball Machine Database. The Pinside database currently holds 2,494 games, ranging from the early 1930's up to today. Each game has its own archive page, to which Pinsiders can add game details, photos, reviews and much more!