Pinbot was released in 1986 and was a success for Williams' pinball division. It's sequel, "The Machine: The Bride of Pinbot", was a huge hit as well. Introducing a female character heavily inspired by Maschinenmensch or Maria The Impersonator from the film Metropolis, named only as "The Machine". The game progression is to transform The Machine into a human female, needless to say many a quarters were dumped into this pinball machine. Here is a gameplay video of the play field. Obvious Sexual Overtones Are Obvious :)
Regarding our Fembot Spammer. You all may notice that it has reduced, but there may be residual spam comments on some threads. This is due to the fact that our furry friend Squrlz rightfully concluded that if we stopped deleting the comments, the spambot could not replicate. Just ignore them for now and we will hopefully have a block in place soon.
Happy Turkey (Tofurkey) Day Everyone! Here's to another year of stuffing your face with tradition!