The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database or IPSND collects serial numbers of pinball machines and publishes a database of these on the Internet. Our goal is to make available a registration of all pinball machines in existence and allow tools for slicing, dicing and visualization of the data.

Games: 6,217  Serials: 48,729  Visitors: 26,569,174  Members: 3,605  Photos: 25,795  Lat/Lng: 24,845  Masks: 48,729(783.80 %)  Traits: 500  Nudges: 131,310  Backglasses: 1,862
  Most Serials: Twilight Zone(1,015)  Most Submissions: Rod McLarge(3,264)  Most Points: Rod McLarge(27,988)  Highest Quality: Jim Butler(9.15)  Most Nudges: King of Pinball(17,648)
Did you know??? Submission photos may be nudged up or down 1 point by any member. Once a submission is nudged to a value of +/- 3 points, nudging is automatically closed.
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48,000 Submissions...Boom!
Fun House submitted the 48,000th serial number today. Thanks for everyone's support... Keep the serial numbers coming!
-posted by SerialBot on 10/14/2018
25,000,000 visitors since we started!
Thanks for your support everyone. Cheers!
-posted by SerialBot on 9/18/2018
47,000 Submissions...Woo Hoo!
Dennis Braun submitted the 47,000th serial number today. Thanks for everyone's support... Keep the serial numbers coming!
-posted by SerialBot on 7/16/2018
New account registration issues...
I have had a fairly annoying new user registration bug for about a month now which I believe I finally have squashed. If you have any continued issues, please email me directly via and let me know so I can help you out. Sorry for the hurdles!!
-posted by Jess Askey on 4/9/2018
45,000 Submissions...Awesome!
Terry Conn submitted the 45,000th serial number today. Thanks for everyone's support... Keep the serial numbers coming!
-posted by SerialBot on 2/19/2018
Browser Compatibility Notes
With all these changes recently I have made a pretty large effort to upgrade many of the backend libraries and utilities. One thing I just did tonight was to remove a directive in the site headers that told the various web browsers to run in 'Internet Explorer 9' mode. I put this in there originally because when IE 10 and IE11 came out, they didn't like some of the Javascript (specifically the image hover+zoom script). I just tested the site in IE11, Chrome 64.0.3282.140 and Edge and they all seemed to work without the 'backwards compatibility' thang turned on. So, Im taking it out, this should let your various browsers work the best they can and hopefully nothing breaks. On that note. Email Me if something is broken for you and let me know your browser and version please. thanks.
-posted by Jess Askey on 2/6/2018
Charts Upgraded...
All of the charts on the site have been upgraded at this point. The old .jpg based charts while pretty, were not very functional as far as hyperlinking etc and they were also server-based. The new reports use Chart.js and are asynchronous, animated and eventually will have the ability to link to the context you hover on... so users, games, etc. More to come soon!!!
-posted by Jess Askey on 2/6/2018
Bug Squashing and New Charts
It has been quite a bit harder to find all the bugs associated with switching security platforms but I think I have them all fixed now for the most part. Also, on the Game Pages, the 3 little charts that show the Country, Condition and GamePart PIE charts have been moved over to using chartjs which are more flexible and also interactive. I will be slowly moving all charts over to this platform and then introducing some other cool charts as I get more time. Keep on Keepin On!
-posted by Jess Askey on 1/31/2018

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