Build Your Own Pinball Game

Everything you need to create a fully functional, rubber band-powered, cardboard pinball machine.

$49.95

Ben t. Matchstick and Pete Talbot created by

Ben t. Matchstick and Pete Talbot

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Pinball Wizard

Unplug from your electronics and get ready to have some wildly inventive fun. This kit comes with everything you need to create a fully functional, rubber band-powered, cardboard pinball machine. In about an hour, and with no tools required, anyone (age 13 and up) will be able to assemble their own basic game. But then the real fun begins, as they use their own creativity to customize their creation, decorating it and adding ramps or obstacles. Any kid or game-loving grown-up will feel like a high score winner as they get to play and show off their one-of-a-kind arcade invention. Designed by Ben t. Matchstick and Pete Talbot in Burlington, Vermont. Made using reworked cardboard from shipping packages in Philadelphia.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Ben t. Matchstick and Pete Talbot

created by

Ben t. Matchstick and Pete Talbot

location

Vermont

The dynamic duo of Ben T. Matchstick and Pete Talbot has the power to create magic out of almost anything. As conceptual artists and entertainers, their projects include cardboard sculptures, spectacular interactive puppet shows, Japanese-style street performance, comic books, music, and more. Such wild creativity is best when shared, so the two are also dedicated educators, collaborating with after-school programs and maker communities. With their DIY pinball machine kit, they bring both their jubilant aesthetic and their love of hands-on learning to the world of product development.

Recycled Made in the USA
Ages
13+
Made from
cardboard, recycled cardboard
Measurements
24" L x 14" W x 14" H
Ingredients
Care
Keep dry and clean gently. Keep away from flames.
Notes
Includes:

(12) die cut slides containing (39) essential parts
(30) box rivets
(12) rubber bands
(3) marbles
(1) hook tool
(1) mini pencil
(1) hole puncher
die cut extra parts for classic pinball layout
assembly guide
Item ID
47313

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