an Excel Spreasheet that can accompany the Pindigo App.
sheet designed by your's truly "Jason Hecht") I enjoy using this for
looking up my Pindigo scores a lot quicker. Printing them out will save
phone battery etc.. especially if you are at a tradeshow or in the middle of a pinball tournament) Using the sheet allows the user to keep only their
top scores accessable in your back pocket.
This Excel Spreadsheet is "COMPLETELY FREE", but if you wish to donate to it that would be much appreciated.
(If you have any questions about the spreadsheet or have suggestions
please let me know.)
you decide to
join in a tournament this website will help you out. Use this website
on your phone to help know what machine and position you are playing in.
play in your first tournament (in approximately a week later, or once
results are posted), you will get
an IFPA number that will need to be entered in your profile. A few of
us use this app to make personal challanges when not playing in
A weekly podcast about women in the sport and
hobby of pinball. News, interviews and great conversations
about our favorite thing, pinball! Hosted by Lauren Gray and a
different guest host(s) each episode. Backbox
(Feel free to recommend a
podcast or news page to go in this list)