See the scores on my Gaming page. Currently I've played 82 different tables.
The link for the table name will go the Pinside page for that table (I have a few more to update for this). Next is the manufacturer and year. The number after the release year is the individual units of that table I've played. So for example, with The Addams Family, I've played 3 different ones (in varying condition).
The link for the score will open a picture of that score. Some scores are from league games (I play in BAPA), so I don't normally get pictures of those.
Some of these are out in the wild, others are from private collections - which is why I haven't added the location for each. Recently I went to the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, CA, which is awesome. Tons of tables, play as much as you want, for as long as you want for only $15 for the day. I stayed there for 5 hours.
|Just one of the many rooms at the Pacific Pinball Museum.|
And some tables are pretty rare... X-Men LE - Magneto is the rarest I've played; only 250 were made. There are only 400 of the Tron: Legacy LE. Also, many scores are not that great... in some instances I only played the table once. So yes, a few are quite dismal. I'm still pretty much a novice.
In terms of The Pinball Arcade, I've played 18 of the current 41 tables they have in that game. And as of the most recent pack (#20), I've actually played a real table before it was digitized (El Dorado: City of Gold). One thing is consistent across all tables, though... they are much harder in real life. I have yet to get a better score in real life vs. the video game.