Several years ago, AtGames released the Legends Pinball machine. At roughly eighty percent the size of the traditional
pinball machine, it was a fine product that allowed multiple tables to be played digitally on a single device. There were several other companies making similar devices, but with the recently released Legends Pinball Micro, there is now a more portable solution that really shines. The new device fits nicely on any bar top, kitchen island, or simple table. The 15.6-inch 1080p HD playfield, running at 60…

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Michael Thomasson is one of the most widely respected videogame historians in the field today. He currently teaches college level videogame history, design, and graphics courses. For television, Michael conducted research for MTV's videogame related program Video MODS. In print, he authored Downright Bizarre Games, and has contributed to nearly a dozen gaming texts. Michael’s historical columns have been distributed in newspapers and magazines worldwide. He has written business plans for several vendors and managed a dozen game-related retail stores spanning three decades. Michael consults for multiple video game and computer museums and has worked on nearly a hundred game titles on Atari, Coleco, Sega and other console platforms. In 2014, The Guinness Book of World Records declared that Thomasson had “The Largest Videogame Collection” in the world. His businesses sponsor gaming tradeshows and expos across the US and Canada.  Visit