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: 6,047 Serials: 41,473 Visitors: 19,471,680 Members: 3,998 Photos: 19,191 Lat/Lng: 19,909 Masks: 3,134(51.83 %) Traits: 447 Nudges: 97,917 Backglasses: 1,824
Most Serials: Twilight Zone(903) Most Submissions: Rod McLarge(2,590) Most Points: Rod McLarge(22,151) Highest Quality: EM-fan(9.25) Most Nudges: King of Pinball(12,933)
Partner Quick Links
- Partner Lists - Listing of all Partner sites and some basic stats.
- Formatting Data Grids - Goes over all the options for formatting the output grids.
- Skinning Options - Grids support 13 out-of-the-box skins and are fully customizable using CSS.
- Account Access - Use this page to login and changes configuration data for your site.
- Partnet FAQ - Check out this page if you are having problems.
Becoming an Partner
If you are a webmaster and maintain a website that also tracks serial number information
for specific games, it is now possible for you to publish IPSND serial number data
directly within your site. The advantages of this approach is...
- Your serial number lists are always up to date and are dynamically driven from the
- You will no longer have to manually update your site with new
serial numbers emailed to you.
- The serial number repository becomes centralized
so that your site actually gains from other IPSND partner sites as well.
This has been a longstanding issue with most 'owners list' sites in that when a
page is first started, it is maintained with great vigor but over time, serial number
submissions do not get posted frequently and eventually the site dissapears potentially
taking all the serial numbers gathered with it.
With the data driven nature of the IPSND you can take advantage of this powerful
database simply by registering below and adding one line of HTML to your site.
Notice that the 'id' parameter specifies the IPSND/IPDB game id. This example is
for Bally's 1981 game Centaur which is id 476.
what you will get is simple table that looks like these
In order for the link to work properly, you must register your site with the IPSND
using the form below. Once registered, use put the sample code above into your site.
There are several ways to customize the resulting grid, please see the Advanced
Settings page for more info.
Fill in the form below in order to publish IPSND data on your own website.
: The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database
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