Martin Ayub from Pinball News and Jonathan Joosten from Pinball Magazine are back with their review of all the exciting events in the pinball world during the month of September (plus a few bonus days from October). September 2023 PINcast The versatility of Multimorphic’s P3 pinball platform is demonstrated as two new mini- or ‘add-on’ games are released for the Heist! and Drained playfields. Both Dungeon Door Defender and Drained: Bite-Sized provide a whole new, low-cost way to play their respective playfield modules. Starting a new pinball company and producing your first game without details leaking is a tough challenge, but one start-up seems to have achieved just that. All is about to be revealed though. Find out what’s known so far, and when we will get to see who they are and what they’ve been working on. Plus, with Pinball Expo coming up this month, show founder Rob Berk tells us what he and his team have planned for this year’s celebration of all things pinball and why you need to be there. He also talks about the founding of his Past Times arcade in Girard, Ohio, which features more than 300 pinballs and 150 arcade games ranging from the 1930s to the present day. In addition, there are all the regular updates from all the main players, including new appointments, production plans, sponsorship deals, new gameroom products, expected new game announcements, appearances at shows around the world, tons of new game code releases, along with the latest developments in the ongoing Deeproot saga. It’s all crammed into this month’s brand new PINcast, so make sure you haven’t missed out on what’s been happening in the pinball world by listening to the podcast the pinball industry listens to. Click below to play this month’s PINcast, or visit the PINcast library for this and all the previous editions. You can also visit the Pinball Industry News PINcast page on Spotify to stream or download this episode, and subscribe to get automatic notifications of future editions.