Just like the Portland map, the new maps enables a user in Seattle and BC to:
- Check your favorite locations for their latest line-up
- Search for machines throughout town
- Browse the machines in your region
- Search for locations with four or more machines
- Comment on a machine’s condition
Also like the Portland map, the BC and Seattle maps are maintained by locals. The BC map is maintained by the folks at the Vancouver Regional Pinball Association (VRPA), and the Seattle map is maintained by unaffiliated volunteers.
At this moment the BC map tracks a respectable 58 locations and 91 machines, and the Seattle map 82 locations and 153 machines (compared to the mature Portland map’s hearty 176 locations and 366 machines).
(There is no accompanying iPhone app for the new regions yet, but I imagine that’s only a matter of time.)