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Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Our facilities have been designed to maximize your {{Pinball}} playing while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream with our bathing beauties for another workout.

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Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! ''Future Spa''! Our facilities have been designed to maximize your {{Pinball}} playing while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream with our bathing beauties for another workout.

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ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamous among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history for all the wrong reasons.

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ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen Creator/DaveChristensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamous among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history for all the wrong reasons.


ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamous among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history

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ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamous among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history
history for all the wrong reasons.


ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamousamong pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history

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ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamousamong infamous among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history


ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space feels wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamousamong pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history

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ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a variety of targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space feels comes across as wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is infamousamong pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history


Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Our facilities have been designed to maximize your {{Pinball}} playing while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream for another workout with our bathing beauties.

ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's largely forgettable; even with a good variety of things to shoot for, much of the widebody space feels wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is a legend among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history

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Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Our facilities have been designed to maximize your {{Pinball}} playing while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream for another workout with our bathing beauties.

beauties for another workout.

ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's fun but largely forgettable; even with a good variety of things targets to shoot for, much of the widebody space feels wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is a legend among infamousamong pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, laughably dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history



* SpellingBonus: F-U-T-U-R-E enables the Fountain of Youth target, while F-U-T-U-R-E-S-P-A enables the left kicker.



* WorkoutFanservice: And how.

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* WorkoutFanservice: And how.


Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Use our facilities to play {{Pinball}} while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream for another workout with our bathing beauties.

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Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Use our Our facilities have been designed to play maximize your {{Pinball}} playing while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream for another workout with our bathing beauties.

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Welcome to TheFuture, and welcome to the '''Future Spa'''! Use our facilities to play {{Pinball}} while sculpting your body to perfection. Use the gate to redirect the soothing waters away from the outlane, then enable the FountainOfYouth for a bonus, super bonus, and Special. Knock down the four inline drops and expose the Futurity Target, somersault over the Rollover Button for the Saucer Bonus, then swim upstream for another workout with our bathing beauties.

ExcusePlot aside, ''Future Spa'' is a 1979 [[PhysicalPinballTables pinball machine]] designed by George Christian with artwork by Dave Christensen and Creator/PaulFaris. As a game, it's largely forgettable; even with a good variety of things to shoot for, much of the widebody space feels wasted, and poorly-maintained tables end up feeling sluggish. Even so, the game is a legend among pinheads as an endless font of humor -- between its Seventies-era aesthetics, dated RaygunGothic portrayal of the future, and the sheer cheesiness of the premise itself, ''Future Spa'' is a game that will long live in the annals of pinball history

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!!''Future Spa'' demonstrates the following tropes:

* FutureSpandex[=/=]SpaceClothes: The jogging couple on the backglass wear tight body-fitting spandex jumpsuits cut to the navel.
* HardLight: On the backglass, a man is performing repetitions using a beam of orange light instead of a weight bar.
* MrFanservice[=/=]MsFanservice: '''Everyone''' flaunts their flawlessly sculpted bodies while wearing form-fitting clothing, skimpy swimwear, or nothing at all.
* PornStache: You know it's TheSeventies when all of the men have thick, bushy moustaches.
* RaygunGothic: The ''Future Spa'' aesthetic favors form-fitting jumpsuits, buildings and structures dominated with swooping curves, and lots of gleaming glass and steel everywhere.
* ShesGotLegs: Seen on the playfield, where a lithe woman shows off her shapely legs with a set of kicks.
* SkinnyDipping: Implied on the backglass, where a man and woman are swimming in a pool without any clothing visible.
* VaporWear: The women of the future apparently don't believe in bras or pasties.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: All of the men, except for the jogger on the backglass.
* WalkingSwimsuitScene: All of the women, except for the jogger on the backglass.
* WeWillHavePerfectHealthInTheFuture: The theme of the game, essentially.
* WorkoutFanservice: And how.

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