Date: 25th & 26th August, 2018
Location: Mercure Daventry Court Hotel, Sedgemoor Way, Daventry, NN11 0SG, UK

We’re here at the Mercure Daventry Court Hotel in the town of Daventry near Northampton in the English Midlands for the very first UK Pinfest show.

The Mercure Daventry Court Hotel
The Mercure Daventry Court Hotel

Regular readers may recognise this hotel from some of our previous reports, and that’s because the Mercure used to be home of the UK Pinball Party when Andrew Heighway organised it from 2010 until 2014.

After two years without a national show, Phillip Murphy stepped up with his UK Pinfest show, returning to Daventry to host it.  Now taken over by Mercure, the hotel has had an interior facelift in the lobby and some of the rooms, but the main exhibit hall is pretty much unchanged.

The hotel's lobby
The hotel’s lobby
The bar - expected home of several late nights
The bar – expected home of several late nights
The corridor to the main exhibit hall
The corridor to the main exhibit hall

Friday

When we arrived, setting up of machines was in full flow.

Inside the main hall
Inside the main hall
Setting up a Black Knight
Setting up a Black Knight
Preparing a Tecnoplay X Force
Preparing a Tecnoplay X Force

Live streaming is set to be a big feature this weekend, with several rigs poised to broadcast games.

One of the streaming rigs on a The Shadow machine
One of the streaming rigs on a The Shadow machine

Further into the hall, two banks of tournament machines are set up for the UK Pinball Open and UK Pinball Classic tournaments which begin at 10am on Saturday.  Further machines were going to be added to both banks later on Friday.

The UK Pinball Open machines
The UK Pinball Open machines
The UK Pinball Classic machines
The UK Pinball Classic machines

At the back of the hall, a row of machines featured the latest titles from several manufacturers, including Homepin, Team Pinball, American Pinball, Jersey Jack Pinball and Stern Pinball.

Players get a sneaky game on Thunderbirds
Players get a sneaky game on Thunderbirds
Lots of the latest games
Lots of the latest games

Elsewhere in the hall, more machines were either ready for the opening or getting there.

More machines ready to go
More machines ready to go
Getting a final adjustment
Getting a final adjustment

There are a few stands around the outer edges of the hall.

Jim Askey's stand with a custom Indiana Jones machine
Jim Askey’s stand with a custom Indiana Jones machine
The Scottish Pinball Association are represented
The Scottish Pinball Association are represented
The Northern Lights Crew are here too
The Northern Lights Pinball crew are here too

Although most machines are turned off until the start of the VIP session at 7pm on Friday, a few were powered up during the set-up period.

Most machines are off, but not all
Most machines are off, but not all
Setting up even more machines
Setting up even more machines

Then at 7pm the doors were opened to the VIP ticket-holders. Tickets for the two days, this VIP session and Saturday evening’s session could be purchased for £45.  Non-VIP tickets for the weekend were £30, while daily tickets cost £18 each.

The VIP session on Friday evening
The VIP session on Friday evening
There is a second VIP session on Saturday night
There is a second VIP session on Saturday night

Saturday

The show opened to the public at 10:30am, but the first round of qualifying for the UK Pinball Open and Classic tournaments were both scheduled for 10am, so tournament players could enter the main hall and sign-in earlier, as could machine owners looking to set-up, clean or fix their games.

The aisle from the entrance to the tournament desk
The aisle from the entrance to the tournament desk
The Pinnovating team setting up Kill Bill, The Matrix and Demolition Man on Steroids
The Pinnovating team setting up Kill Bill, The Matrix and Demolition Man on Steroids
Cleaning the tournament machines
Cleaning the tournament machines
Trophies for the Open, Classics and Apprentice Wizard tournaments
Trophies for the Open, Classics and Apprentice Wizard tournaments

Tournament qualifying was split into two sessions – 10am and 2pm.  Those scheduled for 10am needed to sign-in and collect their player badges.

Tournament players getting their badges and score cards
Tournament players getting their badges and score cards
Tournament director Peter Blakemore with the name badges
Tournament director Peter Blakemore with the name badges
Meanwhile, more machines were arriving and being set up
Meanwhile, more machines were arriving and being set up

By the end, there were 81 free-play pinballs plus 24 tournament and 6League machines (which were mostly also available for the public to play when not being used in the tournaments) for a total of 111 pinballs.  Here’s the list:

Free Play Pinballs
AC/DC (Luci) Matrix, The
Addams Family, The Medieval Madness
Aerobatics Metalllica (Pro)
Avatar Monster Bash
Batman (DE) Mousin’ Around
Batman 66 Mr & Mrs Pac-Man
Black Knight 2000 Nautilus
Black Knight* NBA Fastbreak
Black Rose NBA Fastbreak
Black Rose* NBA Fastbreak
Bride of Pinbot: The Machine No Fear
Bride of Pinbot: The Machine Pirates of the Caribbean (JJP)
Bride of Pinbot: The Machine Pirates of the Caribbean (Stern)
Circus Queen’s Castle
Creature from the Black Lagoon Revenge from Mars
Demolition Man on Steroids RoboCop
Dialed In! Rocket III
Dracula, Bram Stoker’s Rocky
Dracula, Bram Stoker’s* Scared Stiff
Earth Wind & Fire Scared Stiff
Fish Tales Shadow, The
Flash* Shadow, The
Game of Thrones (Pro) Shrek
Getaway, The: High Speed 2* Ski Jump
Gold Ball Sopranos, The
Gold Ball South Park
Guardians of the Galaxy (Pro) Spectrum
Hook Spider-Man (Pro)
Houdini Star Trek (Pro)
Indiana Jones (Stern) Star Wars (DE)
Iron Maiden (Premium) Star Wars (Pro)
Iron Maiden (Pro) Stargate
Iron Maiden (Pro) Tales of the Arabian Nights
Jokerz! Thunderbirds
Junkyard Tron
Jurassic Park Twilight Zone
Kill Bill Wizard!
Lethal Weapon 3 World Poker Tour
Lord of the Rings, The X Force
Mafia, The X-Files, The
Magic Castle

And here are the tournament machines:

UK Pinball Open Pinballs
UK Pinball Classic Pinballs
Avatar Back to the Future
Getaway, The: High Speed 2 Dark Shadow*
Junkyard Fathom
Medieval Madness Firepower
Monster Bash Gold Wings
Pinball Magic Gorgar
Scared Stiff Pink Panther
Terminator 2: Judgement Day Road Kings
Total Nuclear Annihilation Seawitch
Tron Space Hawks
Walking Dead, The Space Invaders
Whitewater Spider-Man, The Amazing

And these are the League final machines:

UK Pinball League Pinballs
Addams Family, The Flintstones, The
Batman: The Dark Knight Game of Thrones (Pro)
Creature from the Black Lagoon* Twilight Zone

At 10:30am the doors were opened to paying guests and it wasn’t long before most machines were occupied.

Another guest gets their wristband
Another guest gets their wristband
UK Pinfest organiser, Philip Murphy
UK Pinfest organiser, Philip Murphy
Free play machines in the front, tournament machines behind
Free play machines in the front, tournament machines behind
The row of free play machines in front of the stage
The row of free play machines in front of the stage

After a little confusion over score cards, the first tournament games began using twelve modern machines for the Open and twelve solid-state titles for the Classic.

Playing in the UK Pinball Open
Playing in the UK Pinball Open
UK Pinball Classic matches
UK Pinball Classic matches

Both tournaments followed the same format.  Players were divided into eight groups of ten or eleven, and played a single three-ball game against every other member of their group.  When all the games were over, the top four players from each group progressed to the knockout stages to be held on Sunday.

Away from the competitive environment, there were plenty of interesting titles to pay in the hall.

Three Zaccaria EMs in this row - Queen's Castle, Circus and Nautilus
Three Zaccaria EMs in this row – Queen’s Castle, Circus and Nautilus
More modern titles
More modern titles
The three Pinnovating titles were up and running
The three Pinnovating titles were up and running
The new Kill Bill machine - a converted World Cup Soccer
The new Kill Bill machine – a converted World Cup Soccer
The new arrivals set up and being enjoyed
The new arrivals set up and being enjoyed

Although there is a bar in the hotel’s lobby, there is also one in the main hall, letting people enjoy a drink with their game.

The main hall's bar
The main hall’s bar

The bar wasn’t the only place for visitors to spend their money.  1 Stop Pinball has a good selection of common and game-specific parts on their stand.

1 Stop Pinball's stand
1 Stop Pinball’s stand
Jim Askey was showing his work on Indiana Jones and other games
Jim Askey was showing his work on Indiana Jones and other games
Northern Lights Pinball were raising money for charity and looking after the keys and machine repairs
Northern Lights Pinball were raising money for charity and looking after the keys and machine repairs
They also brought along their pair of linked NBA Fastbreak machines
They also brought along their pair of linked NBA Fastbreak machines

Here’s a further look around the show, the people and the machines at UK Pinfest 2018.

Playing the free play machines
Playing the free play machines
Enjoying the latest titles from six different manufacturers
Enjoying the latest titles from six different manufacturers
The Team Pinball team with their new The Mafia game
The Team Pinball team with their new The Mafia game
Speaking of new releases, Jonathan Joosten was at the show with a preview copy of Pinball Magazine issue 5
Speaking of new releases, Jonathan Joosten was at the show with a preview copy of Pinball Magazine issue 5
This Nautilus game had clear windows to show the workings of the electromechanical system
This Nautilus game had clear windows to show the workings of the electromechanical system

At 2pm the first of the show’s three seminars too place in a small room just off the hotel’s lobby.

The seminars room
The seminars room

The first talk was by Team Pinball who were telling the audience about the making of their The Mafia game.

Team Pinball - Janos Kiss, Otília Pasaréti and Romain Fontaine
Team Pinball – Janos Kiss, Otília Pasaréti and Romain Fontaine

The team began by introducing themselves before describing how Team Pinball was established in 2016 and the timeline for the development of their The Mafia game, from the ten iterations of paper drawing, through computer simulation to the first prototype, the second prototype (which they had in the room) and the production models.

Romain explained how the game’s electronics were designed using commonly-available discrete components and through-hole devices for easy repair, just as the playfield uses standard Williams/Bally components for the common mechanisms and components.  He also described the six-week process for getting FCC and CE certification so they could sell the game in the US and Europe.

The team showed the process of backbox and cabinet decal application, along with the combining of the backbox, cabinet and playfield to produce a complete game.  Although they made the first ten games themselves with help from family members, they plan to get extra help to build the next run.

Show organiser Phil with Team Pinball after their seminar
Show organiser Phil with Team Pinball after their seminar

You can hear the Team Pinball seminar at UK Pinfest below or by clicking here.  It was also streamed live by Domino Pinball and you can watch it below.

Later, at 5pm, the pairing of Dennis Van der Pas and Gerard van De Sanden began their seminar about the Kill Bill game from Pinnovating.

Gerard van De Sanden and Dennis Van der Pas
Gerard van De Sanden and Dennis Van der Pas

Gerard started by talking about his passion for pinball and his wish to make a The Matrix pinball.  He didn’t have the skills himself, but spoke with Dennis who had created the Demolition Man on Steroids conversion to see if he could help.  Along with another friend, the three of them converted a Johnny Mnemonic to The Matrix.

After The Matrix, Gerard went on to found the Dutch Pinball Museum, but Dennis wanted to make a game based on the movie Kill Bill.

Now, after more than 3,000 hours’ work, Kill Bill is in the state presented at the show.

Dennis then took over and explained how he took a World Cup Soccer game and removed the spinning ball so he could add an additional shot which left to the scoop but also had two up-posts.

He also removed one of the three pop bumpers, replacing it with an upper flipper, changed the left orbit shot so it fed more naturally to the left flipper, modified the upper mini-playfield ball lock, and added a new centre ramp shot on which balls could be locked.

Finally, Dennis gave a quick rundown of the rules, showing how to progress through several of the modes.

Dennis with his Kill Bill game
Dennis with his Kill Bill game

Here’s the audio recording of the seminar or you can download it here.  You can also watch the Domino Pinball recording of it below.

The show closed to the public at 6pm, but there was another VIP session from 7pm and play in the UK Pinball Classics qualifying ran past the 6pm closure allowing those competitors to continue their matches.  In fact, the VIP session also continued beyond the its scheduled end at 11pm, with the last stragglers drifting out of the hall around twenty minutes past midnight.

Sunday

The show didn’t open to the public until 10:30am, but for the 32 qualifiers in the UK Pinball Open the first rounds began at 9am.

Qualified players for the UK Pinball Open assemble for the start of the play-offs
Qualified players for the UK Pinball Open assemble for the start of the play-offs

The play-offs split the 32 qualified players into 16 pairs, with each pair playing a best-of-three match on three randomly-chosen machines.  The winner progressed to the next round of the Winner Bracket while the loser entered the Loser Bracket where a single head-to-head game decided who continued and who was out.  The winner of the loser bracket could only achieve third place, so it was really a single-elimination format.

The UK Pinball Open play-offs begin
The UK Pinball Open play-offs begin

The equivalent play-offs for the UK Pinball Classic would start at 2pm, but there was also the finals of the UK Pinball League organised by Wayne Johns for those players from across the country who had qualified through their regional leagues.

Trophies for the UK Pinball League finals and regional winners
Trophies for the UK Pinball League finals and regional winners

These League final games ran throughout the day and were held in the corridor outside the main hall on six machines – Creature from the Black Lagoon, Twilight Zone, Game of Thrones, The Addams Family, Batman: The Dark Knight and The Flintstones.

Play in the national finals of the UK Pinball League
Play in the national finals of the UK Pinball League
Classic machines for use later in the day
Classic machines for use later in the day

While the Open play-offs were underway, there was a presentation to the owner of the Best-in-Show machine at UK Pinfest.  This went to John Bateson for his beautiful Zaccaria Ski Jump.

John Bateson receives his Best-in-Show award from Phil
John Bateson receives his Best-in-Show award from Phil

As the rounds continued, the number of players remaining in the UK Pinball Open dwindled.

Peter Blakemore playing in the Open
Peter Blakemore playing in the Open

Just before 1:30pm, the two players remaining in the Winner Bracket were decided – Rich Mallett and Rafael Masedo.

The two finalists in the UK Pinball Open - Rich Mallett and Rafael Masedo
The two finalists in the UK Pinball Open – Rich Mallett and Rafael Masedo

The final was a best-of-three match on three randomly-chose machines.  The final began on Terminator 2.

Rafael begins the final on Terminator 2
Rafael begins the final on Terminator 2
Rich starts his game on Terminator 2
Rich starts his game on Terminator 2

The first game went to Rich, which meant play moved on to game two which was on Monster Bash.

Rich played first on Monster Bash
Rich played first on Monster Bash

After his third ball, Rich had set a target of 47M for Rafael to chase.

Rafael begins the chase to save the final
Rafael begins the chase to save the final

Despite starting Werewolf mode and then Frankenstein Multiball, his third ball ended with just 41M on the board, giving game two and the championship to Rich.

So Rich Mallet was the winner of the UK Pinball Open 2018.  Rafael Masedo was second.  In a play-off for the Loser Bracket, Craig Pullen won to take third place, with Gabriel Ortiz in fourth.

All four won crystal laser-etched trophies as well as cash prizes of £240/£120/£80/£40.  In addition, players in 5th-8th won £25 while those in 9th-16th won their £15 entry fee back.  Trophies were presented by Peter Blakemore.

Winner of the UK Pinball Open 2018, Rich Mallett
Winner of the UK Pinball Open 2018, Rich Mallett
Second place, Rafael Masedo
Second place, Rafael Masedo
Third place, Craig Pullen
Third place, Craig Pullen
Fourth place, Gabriel Ortiz
Fourth place, Gabriel Ortiz
The top four in the UK Pinball Open 2018
The top four in the UK Pinball Open 2018

At 2pm it was time for the seminar by Homepin’s Mike Kalinowski.  This, like all the seminars, was held in a side room near the hotel lobby and off the corridor leading to the show hall.

Mike Kalinowski's seminar about Homepin and his Thunderbirds game
Mike Kalinowski’s seminar about Homepin and his Thunderbirds game

Mike began his talk by describing his first job as a Radio and TV engineer, where he did a lot of model aircraft flying and learned all about electronics and radio frequencies.  He got a job working for Music Time repairing pinball machines before moving to Cairns to work for another operator, before that company folded.  That pushed him to start his own business.

After someone on an Australian forum enquired about the availability of opto boards for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Mike thought he could do it and that board became the first Homepin product.  It’s still a board they make today, albeit with a different design and in batches of 100 pieces.

Mike Kalinowski of Homepin
Mike Kalinowski of Homepin

Around twelve years ago he was asked if he could help importing various products into Australia from China.  Mike saw the demand and thought it could make a viable business, getting a warehouse in China to gather all the purchases before shipping them to Oz.

After running this business shipping other people’s products for several years, Mike and his business partner decided they would rather manufacture products for themselves.  Mike wanted to make pinballs while his partner preferred printers.  They found a facility to build them in, and mike began manufacturing Hankin video games and Homepin products while he built-up the equipment and skills needed to build complete pinballs.

Mike explained how the death of his wife hit him not only emotionally but also financially, as she had owned all the assets and he had to spend a year sorting out the financial situation so he could finally get on running the business.  He was also hit by the death of an employee who had been writing the code for Thunderbirds, including testing a colour display.  All those code assets were lost, and Mike had to pay a substantial sum to the family of the deceased worker.

Mike with some colour display samples
Mike with some colour display samples

He said that due to the complexity of the paperwork needed to import parts into China, the easiest solution is to manufacture all the parts either themselves or using local facilities.  All the required skills are available, and the prices allow a much-improved quality of product for minimal or even zero price difference.  He cited how it was as cheap to get the ball trough made out of stainless steel as plain steel.

Mike shows a Lexan sheet from which the game's plastics were produced
Mike shows a Lexan sheet from which the game’s plastics were produced

Mike said he has just moved to a new factory after the authorities in the region in which he was based decided to push all manufacturing out of the area so they could concentrate on high-tech businesses instead.  The move should be complete by the time he returned from this trip to the UK.

You can listen to Mike’s talk here or download it here.  You can also watch it below thanks to Domino Pinball.

Once the UK Pinball Open was concluded, the play-offs for the UK Pinball Classic began.  The format was the same as that used in the Open, only the machines used were different.

After several rounds of head-to-head matches, the final two would would play to be the Classic Champion were Ad Jonker and – in his second final of the day – Rafael Masedo.

They played a best-of-three final match on randomly-chosen machines, starting with The Amazing Spider-Man.

The UK Pinball Classic final began on The Amazing Spider-Man
The UK Pinball Classic final began on The Amazing Spider-Man

Rafael played the game by repeatedly shooting up the inlanes with the tips of the flippers (or Shatzing) to build up the bonus multiplier while Ad played a more traditional game by shooting the drop targets.  Rafael’s strategy was more risky – and he lost one ball by shooting too late and letting it roll off the end of the flipper – but ultimately more rewarding as he won the first game of the final.

Play then moved on to Fathom and this time it was Ad’s turn to win, taking the final into a deciding third game.

This was played on Gorgar, and while both players had some unexpected bounces down the oulanes, it was Rafael who set the pace, leaving Ad a target of 135K to reach on his final ball.  He looked set to reach it when the outlane claimed the ball with his total score on 103,960.

So, Rafael was the winner; his plunged last ball gave him a game total of 140,100.  Ad was second, and in the play-off for third place it was Rich Mallett who beat John van der Wulp.

Once again, Peter Blakemore made the presentations with the same crystal trophies and £240/£120/£80/£40 cash payouts for the top four places.

Winner of the UK Pinball Classic 2018, Rafael Madedo
Winner of the UK Pinball Classic 2018, Rafael Madedo
Second place, Ad Jonker
Second place, Ad Jonker
Third place, Rich Mallett
Third place, Rich Mallett
Fourth place, John van der Wulp
Fourth place, John van der Wulp
Rafael with his second place (Open) and first place (Classic) trophies
Rafael with his second place (Open) and first place (Classic) trophies

In addition to the UK Pinball Open and Classic tournaments, on Sunday there was an Apprentice Wizards tournament for the younger players.  This was held on a Shrek pinball, and awarded trophies to the top scorers in two categories – Kids and Youth.  Entry cost just £0.50 per game and there were trophies for the top players in two divisions – Youth (for aged 11-15) and Junior (10 and under).

In the Junior Division, it was a win for 9-year-old Daniel Davis with a score of 10,953,890.  Oona Bradbury got an impressive 6,282,640 to take second place, while Evelyn Butler was close behind in third place and Freja Bradley fourth.

First place in the Junior Division, Daniel Davis
First place in the Junior Division, Daniel Davis
Second place, Oona Bradbury
Second place, Oona Bradbury
Third place, Evelyn Butler
Third place, Evelyn Butler

In the Youth Division, the winner was Marcus Hilton with a great score of 53,607,230.  Tyler Keeping took second place with his 10,612,280 score.

Second place in the Youth Division, Tyler Keeping
Second place in the Youth Division, Tyler Keeping

Meanwhile, there was more competitive action in the corridor outside the main hall where the finals of the UK Pinball League were taking place.

The regional winners had been decided weeks or month before following multiple local meetings in each region.  The winners were presented their trophies at the show where they could also represent their region in the national final. The trophies were presented by League co-ordinator, Wayne Johns who began with his own trophy.

The winner of the Midlands league, Wayne Johns
The winner of the Midlands league, Wayne Johns
Winner of the London & South-East region, Matt Vince
Winner of the London & South-East region, Matt Vince
Winner of the Northern region, Andrew Foster
Winner of the Northern region, Andrew Foster
Winner of the Irish region, Ian Craig
Winner of the Irish region, Ian Craig

The national final was split into an A and a B Division with the top few players from each region competing in A and the next few in B – the exact numbers depending on how many players each region had.

The final saw the players play for score on five machines and have their scores ranked.  The top two went straight into the final with the next four battling for the other two places.  The final four then played three games with a 4-2-1-0 scoring system.  Andrew won the first two games to earn 8 points, with the other places spread around so that he couldn’t be caught on the last game on The Addams Family.  Matt Vince got closest to take second place, Krzysztof Gwiadza was third, with Wayne Johns in fourth.

Andrew Foster wins the UK Pinball League final for 2018 and gets to keep the Pinball Wizard trophy for a third consecutive year
Andrew Foster wins the UK Pinball League final for 2018 and gets to keep the Pinball Wizard trophy for a third consecutive year
Second place in the A Division, Matt Vince
Second place in the A Division, Matt Vince
Third place in the A Division, Krzysztof Gwiadza
Third place in the A Division, Krzysztof Gwiadza
Fourth place in the A Division, Wayne Johns
Fourth place in the A Division, Wayne Johns

Details of the B Division winners coming up, but in the meantime here’s our exclusive Pinball News Seven Minute Tour walk around the main show hall.

Conclusion

It was great to have a national UK show back, and returning to Daventry did feel like the pinball was coming home.

There had been changes though.

The hotel room pricing was much more reasonable than on previous visits at £65-a-night, and the hotel facilities seemed slightly upgraded (although a quick peek behind the scenes in the main hall showed nothing had changed there in the past four years).  The hotel bar and the food available in the lobby had also improved, but the restaurant was closed all weekend except for breakfast with a very limited selection of dishes served in the lobby.

The show hours had been scaled back, with Saturday’s public session running from 10am until 6pm, and Sunday’s from 10:30am to 4:30pm.  Both days were priced at £18 ($23.20/€19.90), or £30 ($38.66/€33.16) for for a weekend ticket.  Anyone wanting to play in the evening needed one of the limited number of VIP tickets at £45 ($58.00/€49.74) for both days.

Inside the hall there was an impressive selection of the latest titles, with only the newest Deadpool game not quite getting to the UK in time.  The Northern Lights Pinball crew did sterling work keeping the games up and running across the two days, and could always be seen with their collective heads under playfields, soldering irons in hands.

Attendance seemed lower than previous years but with this being the first show after being on hiatus for a while that’s not entirely unexpected, and it did mean the hall wasn’t unduly crowded for most of the show.

The selection of seminars was very welcome, with some interesting observations and recollections from people making new games in different ways.

For competitive players there was a busy schedule if they were playing in the Open, Classic and League finals.  The Open got off to a slightly chaotic start, but pretty soon things were sorted out and players worked out what they needed to do to play their games.  The timescales were tight and the space allocated not the best, but everything was just about squeezed in.

So, the first UK Pinfest was a success, and planning for next year’s second show is already underway.

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  1. Rob

    August 27, 2018 at 3:24 am

    Xforce is made by Technoplay
    Not technoforce

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