I had some folks over to playtest the game - outsiders tend to play the game differently than I do, so it's valuable to see if anything new breaks.
Out of many many games played and discussed, only one new bug appeared. I have figured out how to mitigate it.
I've also been working really hard to put the polish on the game. It looks great, plays great, and I'm trying to make it as good as it can be before York.
Speaking of York - come to the Bingo Row at the White Rose Gameroom Show Sept. 29th and 30th in York, PA! Play the game and try for a 4 or 5 in a line to win a prize, made just for the show!
Today's Year of Flipperless game is 1947's Williams 'Amber' - http://ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=68
It's got a really interesting layout that looks very challenging. I love gobble holes, love curtains, and love a good sequence game with a good payoff for skillful play. Looks like the total package!