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Richard Goddard wrote a very detailed piece for Issue 78 on Clive Baker's new(ish) penny arcade at Milestones, Basingstoke. Richard supplied me with a good selection of pictures, many of which I was unable to publish in the magazine due to lack of space. Here are some of them - more to follow:
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I know this says more about me and the perverse way I think but, how/what?????

Where does Clive find these things?
Where does Clive find these things?
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..........and here are some more piccies, most of which were not published in the magazine. I'm afraid I still haven't found the time to visit Milestones, but do hope to do so in near future. If you get the chance, do try to visit - I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
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JP Steer-a-Ball
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Hawtins Clutching Hands merchandiser
Hawtins Clutching Hands merchandiser
Madam Zasha fortune teller
Madam Zasha fortune teller
Ahrens Piledriver and Jolly Fireman racer
Ahrens Piledriver and Jolly Fireman racer
R&W Grand National
R&W Grand National
Novelty Merchantman crane<br />and Bolland Drunkard's Dream
Novelty Merchantman crane
and Bolland Drunkard's Dream
Shake Hands with Merlin
Shake Hands with Merlin
Bolland Oracle fortune teller
Bolland Oracle fortune teller
Oliver Whales Victory Ball allwin
Oliver Whales Victory Ball allwin
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Where does Clive find these things?
More to the point, why? It's actually someone bending over (doing what, I've no idea).
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JC wrote:More to the point, why? It's actually someone bending over (doing what, I've no idea)
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.......also in Issue 78, someone has finally written something about my arcade!
Martin Larcombe wrote a detailed account of his visit back in April, when he ventured down to the sea front after visiting the Brighton jukebox show. There were just 3 pictures published in the magazine, but Martin has recently emailed some more he took on the day.
So here they are.......
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Do I win the prize for spotting Elvis?
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Well, well seems pretty obvious to me that that a modern game slipped in there...... the infamous Japanese "Boong-ga Boong-ga". Read the link about it as one of the strangest games ever, best part is the trophy it vends for especially great playing!?!? http://www.screwattack.com/news/strange ... a-boong-ga
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