About Us

Now in our fourth year of trading Pinball Creative is a company concentrating on the acquisition, complete refurbishment and sales and hire of 1960s and 1970s American vintage em pinball machines. We are both web based and bricks and mortar with a showroom and studio in Lower Addsicombe, near Croydon, Surrey.

Run by it’s owner Giacomo Malvermi, with the assistance of Jake Papas and freelance help from electronics wiz-kid Alf Harris we are based in South London and we strive to create the perfect game.

It is our strong belief that pinball is a fantastic fun hobby that can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Pinball is possibly one of the most sociable and iconic games of our recent past. Because of this it will soon become an integral part of our leisure time once again.

Pinball Creative is all about bringing back nostalgic moments for those of you lucky enough to remember arcades jam packed full of pinball machines. Alternatively, we also want to introduce the younger generations to tangible real machines and guide them away from virtual (non) reality.

Please have a look at what we have to offer on the following pages. We usually hold a stock of iconic games from the 1960′s and 70′s. Good games don’t come cheap

We only deal in American games. You can choose from the games on our pages or alternatively contact us and commission us to find the game you want. This usually takes time (between three to six months) as these games are becoming rarer and rarer and also harder to find.

We hope you enjoy viewing our website. Please feel free to contact us about anything you want to ask. Pinball is about fun, happiness, enjoyment and nostalgia. It can be competitive and often frustrating to play. Whatever your reason for wanting to buy a game we feel confident that Pinball Creative can provide a superb pintable from the 1960s or 70s. Check out: www.pavlovpinball.com/em-dawn-the-rebirth-of-cool/

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Feel free to contact us should you wish to sell a quality game from the 60′s or 70′s.

Giacomo Malvermi