Based on the TPA Leaderboard Data.csv (May 22nd, 2016 - 148.000 entries)
As always, the least polished/supported version seems to be the most representated... :p
PSN consoles are 7 tables behind (PS3) and 2 tables behind (PS4) the other devices.
Don't know for OSX and NDO.
(The eye closing is the last animation on the DMD during Lost in the Zone before the total is calculated.)
A few random observations and trivia on my pinball experiences in 2012, of no particular importance:
I've managed exactly 1337 posts to end the year. This was not deliberate. Also 27...
Just a little data to keep things in perspective.
Updated May 31, 2013
Average price for 1 game on a real table, assuming you can find one in working order: $0.75
Average price for unlimited play of a TPA table: $2.50
Average price of unlimited play of a TPA table with its Pro Mode: $6.50...
It's one of the most frustrating things about pinball. You've recently put up a really solid high score, let's say 200M on the TPA version of FunHouse. Then for the next five games you don't break 50M. So you take a break, come back two days later, play five more games and still don't break 50M...