Disclaimer, this post is about an unannounced set of test units that were seen online at an unidentified Dave & Busters location. Any number of changes (as well as the outright cancellation of the games) can take place with them before release.
A couple of weeks ago, we ran a story about the appearance of the PinballFX2 platform on test at a Dave & Busters location, and today we have another virtual pinball machine showing up at D&B to discuss.
Thanks to JDevy to pointing this out to me, a picture shared on the Reddit website that shows a pair of Multimorphic P3 Pinball machines at an unknown D&B location. The pic came like this and is blurry, although I did work on it to enhance it as best as I could. Per Jdevy, this costs 9.9 points to play (sounds a bit high, but I’m not adept on tracking D&Bs prices) and it does not feature tickets, which makes it different from Pinball FX2:

Now this is not the first time that we’ve heard about the P3 pinball platform, although I have not heard about any locations hosting one until now. Generally I’ve seen it in photos at pinball conventions, but it’s probable that some locations out there have one or more setup for play.
As a quick crash course if this all sounds new to you, P3 Pinball was designed as a cross between mechanical and virtual pinball tables, providing a modular setup that allows easy swap outs of the upper portion of the game to convert the table over to something new. Here’s a trailer:

For the game that is seen here, it is a title that is not available to the public yet, per the official game page on the P3 website. It’s called Heads Up and is a networked connected