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.

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SerialBot Score:
Assigned Game:  +1
Matches Mask:  +1
Trait Data:  0
Verified:  +1
Has Photo:  +1
Physically Viewed:  +1
Nudge Total:  +3
Total Score:

Submission Certificate
Game: Tropic Isle
Serial Number: 05201
Submitted By: Bruce B
Submit Date: 2/26/2013
Game Part: Complete Game
Country: Canada
SerialBot Says: Serial number matches format of a Production Game
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Nudge History:

Nudging allows IPSND members to adjust the SerialBot score for a submission with a photo attached by determining of the photo clearly shows the existence of the serial number submitted. However, nudging is only 'Open' until there is a clear determiniation of accuracy by members. If a serial number has more than 5 nudges and the total of those nudges is greater than 4 or less than -3, then the nudge will be closed automatically after the last nudge. If a submission is controversial and there are nudges in both the positive and negative direction, then the nudge will remain open until the balance of voting swings the point value beyond 3 (positive or negative).

Nudging Closed On: 2/28/2013 3:23:25 PM
DateNudged ByNudgeComment
2/26/2013Pat Herbert1 
2/26/2013Jon Mclean1 
2/26/2013Byrdie -1Last digit is most certainly a 2. Please examine more closely before verifying.
2/26/2013King of Pinball-1The last digit could be a "1" or a "2." How about a clearer photo, maybe with different lighting?
2/26/2013John Vorwerk1 
2/26/2013Richard Hall-1 
2/26/2013Jim Smith1Looking at the full-size image, I think it is correct. Unfortunate lighting though.
2/26/2013pigpen-1Looks like a two
2/26/2013Pistol Pete1Byrdie, King of Pinball, Richard Hall, pigpen: You can alter the zoom. Last digit is a 1. A two does not have a straight vertical segment in the middle.
2/26/2013Antti Peltonen-1 
2/26/2013Shawn Christian-1Last digit appears to be a 2.
2/27/2013 pinballservice-nl1 
2/27/2013Seal Clubber1 
2/27/2013Don McLaughlin-1 
2/27/2013Dean Larson1 
2/27/2013JEFF NORWOOD1 
2/28/2013alberto m. trionfetti1