Nanotech adds three more boards to it's MultiPin system

Shaggy July 9, 2008 4

It looks like Nanotech wasn’t satisfied with adding just Gottlieb tables to their new video pinball game called MultiPin, they now have worked out a deal with Blindmankind pinball to add their tables to the system as well. I wasn’t really familiar with them so with some checking I see that they have the three games mentioned in the press release on their website for download to play on your PC but I imagine that the versions used in MultiPin will be modified from the PC version to show just the table as opposed to the surroundings, as you can see in the video below I found of Road Girls. At the very least playing these tables on a MultiPin system would feel more realistic than on your PC I would imagine. For the press release hit the break.

(Video posted by TheRadik)

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NANOTECH ENTERTAINMENT brings in the future with blindmankind pinball

Distinctively Vivid Pinball Tables Featured in New NanoTech products

SAN JOSE, Calif. – July 8, 2008 – NANOTECH ENTERTAINMENT, today announced it has entered into a license agreement with the premier digital video pinball development team, Blindmankind Pinball. In the agreement, NanoTech will offer Blindmankind Pinball’s exciting Road Girls, Three Angels, and Dead Hunters tables for their coin-op and consumer products, delivering high definition graphics along with state of the art table designs to present an electrifying pinball experience for video pinball fans around the world.

“I am really proud to be part of this project and I am so happy with NanoTech’s dedication to original table designers.” stated Joaquin “Richard” Moreno of Blindmankind Pinball. “I love the silver ball, and I think everything NanoTech is doing is so good for the pinball industry.”

“Blindmankind’s tables add a fresh and innovative element to the suite of pinball tables which NanoTech will be releasing,” stated Robert DeKett, founder and CEO of NanoTech. “The mixture of original, inventive tables along with our already licensed classic, well-known tables will draw players, new and old, to this modern pinball experience.” NanoTech will be offering Blindmankind Pinball tables in its MultiPin product as well as bundling them with its Pinball Wizard desktop controller.

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About NanoTech Entertainment

Headquartered in San Jose, California, NanoTech Entertainment is a technology company that has a unique business model operating as a virtual manufacturer. NanoTech develops its technology and games, and then licenses them to third parties for manufacturing and distribution in order to keep its overhead extremely low and operations efficient in the new global manufacturing economy.

With an ever-expanding lineup of technology and products, NanoTech is redefining the role of developers and manufacturers in the Gaming market. More information about NanoTech Entertainment and its products can be found on the web at

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  1. Paul July 9, 2008 at 6:18 pm - Reply

    I really can’t imagine playing fake pinball in an arcade instead of a real pinball machine. That’s like playing a darts or pool video game.

  2. Tom July 10, 2008 at 5:47 am - Reply

    This seems to be another David Foley / UltraCade / GlobalVR affiliated release, but instead of being based on Visual Pinball & VPinMAME like UltraPin it’s using Future Pinball instead. UltraPin supposedly didn’t do so well. I don’t know why whoever Nanotech is a front for believes that a PC based freeware pinball simulator program in a down scaled pinball cabinet is going to any better this time around; especially priced at the same starting MSRP, $6000. That’s correct, anyone can freely and legally download Visual Pinball, VPinMAME and Future Pinball and run them on a Windows based PC.

  3. D to the J October 10, 2008 at 7:08 pm - Reply

    I’m right there with you, Tom. I have a very good MAME cabinet that plays all of the Visual Pinball, VPinMAME, and Future Pinball tables and I put it together for well under $1000. (I contracted to have it built, no less)It has a 21″ LCD screen and buttons on the side of the cabinet to replicate a pinball machine. Looks awesome and plays all of the MAME roms to boot! Have they learned nothing from GlobalVR and their UltraPin release?

  4. Plepayglasy January 31, 2010 at 10:01 pm - Reply

    I was lately thinking if there are any more pool lovers here on this board.And I don’t mean the swimming type. I think about the sport.I have a thing about shoot pool with my friends and I would enjoy to come across some individuals on the Internet that share the same craze.Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks.

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