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:5,775  Serials:30,533  Visitors:12,390,806  Members:3,726  Photos:10,699  Lat/Lng:13,164  Masks:3,040(52.64 %)  Traits:259  Nudges:55,324  Avg Nudge:3.69
  Most Serials:Twilight Zone(733)  Most Submissions: John Vorwerk(2,233)  Most Points: John Vorwerk(13,046)  Highest Quality: Jim Butler(9.39)  Most Nudges: King of Pinball(6,531)
Did you know??? A small run of Williams games in the 80's began with the leters 'XP' and were a seperate numbering system. It possibly stood for 'Experimental' or 'Expo' in reference to the AMOA Expo.
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30,000 Submissions!
Rich Rowan submitted the 30,000 serial number today. Thanks for everyone's support... Keep the serial numbers coming!
-posted by SerialBot on 2/28/2014
R.I.P. Harold Ramis...
I wouldn't put this here except that Harold Ramis created or was involved in so many films that I hold in severely high regard. Keep laughing everyone!!! Cheers to you Mr. Ramis!
-posted by Jess Askey on 2/26/2014
12,000,000 visitors!
Thanks for your support everyone.
-posted by SerialBot on 2/10/2014
I need your old smartphones!
Hey you techy people out there... Since I have released the mobile app, I personally found that it makes submitting serial numbers massively easier (auto GeoLocation, Bar Code Scanner for those WMS/Bally serial labels, built in camera, etc). However, many of the top submitters on the IPSND don't have smartphones. In this day and age, we are obviously on two year tracks for our phones.... so, when you upgrade, don't throw away or give back your older smartphone, send them to me!  What I will do is give them out to our top IPSND submitters to help their cause. Keep in mind, we can use stuff that is severely old... like Motorola Droids or Pre-IPhone-3 phones. Stuff like Androids running v3 (Honeycomb, release Feb 2011) or higher or IPhone 3S, 4 or 4s' are still good. Whatdaya think? Email me if you have a source for recycled phones!! Thank you.
-posted by Jess Askey on 12/7/2013
Server Migration Complete
The site is now running on a new 4-core, 16GB Virtual Server under ASP.NET 4.5. That should solve the issues with any login problems under IE 11 now. Here over the next week, I will continue to tweak the server to get better performance and also monitor things. If you run into any issues on the site or have any general feedback, shoot me an email. Thanks.
-posted by Jess Askey on 12/3/2013
Login issues with Internet Explorer 11 (Windows 8)
There are some issues with Internet Explorer 11 which ships with Windows 8. I am going to have to deploy a newer web server in order to properly deal with the newest browser which I am in the process of doing tonight. There may be some intermittent outages during the evening. Stay tuned!
-posted by Jess Askey on 12/2/2013
3,000 Masks Defined!
Pistol Pete submitted the 3,000 game serial mask today. That means that as of today, 52.47 % of the games in the database have a mask defined.
-posted by SerialBot on 11/12/2013
29,000 Submissions!
Marco Albus submitted the 29,000 serial number today. Thanks for everyone's support... Keep the serial numbers coming!
-posted by SerialBot on 11/9/2013

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