The $50 kits are being made available through a Kickstarter campaign that has about a week left to reach its $10,000 funding goal. It comes with everything you’ll need to build the raw pinball machine, including two blank interchangeable play boards where your creativity can really run wild. Want the world’s first Golden Girls-themed pinball machine? It’s up to you to make it a reality.


Keeping score is up to the individual player, but because the cardboard machines are so cheap, you can actually invent different kinds of games with multiple units. For example, two of them can be linked back-to-back, letting you flick a ball onto your opponent’s table for a head-to-head competition. But like in a real arcade, you’ll want to keep your drinks off these pinball machines since cardboard and liquids do not mix well at all. [Kickstarter - PinBox 3000 via Make]