Most Recently Submitted Slot Machine Websites
Lively pinball community packed with information and pictures including an active forum.
Mostly pinball but also other vintage coin-operated machines. Resource-rich with information, pictures, repair guides etc.
Last Century Games
French site showing many classic vintage European amusement machines and their mechanisms.
Danish coin-op collector blog explores various vintage machines and describes the restoration process.
Home Leisure Direct
Home Leisure Direct, an award winning games room retailer based just outside the center of Bristol. With market leading prices HLD offers a diverse range of products such as pool tables, arcade machines, pinball machines, table tennis, football tables, jukeboxes, air hockey, shuffleboard and finally memorabilia which are vital in creating that ultimate games room experience. Home Leisure are experts in assisting your decision providing you with all you need to know before you make a purchase, with their very own games room designer software & buying advice your in very good hands if you're looking to introduce a new games table into your life.
Beautifully crafted Allwin reproduction penny machines. Retro-Arcade machines are made in UK with care and deference to the specifications and proportions of the original 1900's machines. There are many retro designs on offer with the facility to make a game to your own design or add your name or logo.
History of Max Jentzsch & Meerz company with reference to other pre-war German manufacturers.
The Coin Operated Machine Information Site.
Dedicated to all slot machines as seen in British Penny Arcades, Piers etc. pre decimalisation.
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Chronicling all the machines made by this Weston-Super-Mare based company between 1964 to 1981.
Virtual pinball from all periods available to play for free.
Some remarkable images of restored and reproduced early arcade games including Kirk Air Defence, Ruffler & Walker Two Player Driving Game, Hawtins Clutching Hand and the Mills Submarine Lung Tester.
Includes a history of jukebox manufacturers plus pages on jukebox mechanics and aesthetics.
Japanese resource with many early Sega one arm bandit flyers.
Virtual catalogue featuring a wide range of coin-ops, and memorabilia from show exhibitors across the US.
Includes a database of pinballs you can play all over the US, and also covers jukeboxes, arcade machines and related classic American coin-op culture.
American pinball enthusiast's site with a wealth of information and pictures about early pintables which you won't find elsewhere.
The biggest antique advertising, slot machine and jukebox trading show on the planet. Bi-annual.
Provides the US-based online collectors' community with collector registry, forum, events and other information.
The Coin Operated Collectors' Association, publisher of C.O.C.A. Times.
Active Italian forum discussing predominantly pinball, but also vintage slot machines and jukeboxes. (Link to translated pages).
Many technical resources, a forum and extensive gallery/compendium of German gaming machines, ancient and modern.
Café Bally contains Johnny Christensen's museum of jukeboxes, pinballs and slot machines in the South of Sweden.
Swedish pinball, arcade and slot machine site with extensive collection of rare flyers.
Accurate simulations from Finland of several nostalgic retro amusement machines to download or play online.
Stig Hollegaard's stylish Danish site includes some unusual bandits and wall machines from Europe and America and other interesting pictures.
Technical information on '50s (and earlier) German wall machines, plus a good supply of spares parts for them.
Swiss site featuring a selection of German clowns and post-war wall machines.
Luxembourg-based Antik-Automaten is an active forum for antique German slot machines.