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Bowlers & Shuffle Alley

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  1. Alley Cats Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1985) (Rascal and Wildman) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1985 Williams Alley Cats Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).
    Use the latest B2S server

    540 downloads

    Updated

  2. Shuffle Inn Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1989) (Rascal and Wildman) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1989 Williams Shuffle Inn Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).
    Use the latest B2S server

    308 downloads

    Updated

  3. Strike Zone Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1984) (Rascal and Wildman) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1984 Williams Stike Zone Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).
    Use the latest B2S server

    296 downloads

    Updated

  4. Gold Mine Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1988) (Rascal and Wildman) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1988 Williams Gold Mine Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).
    Use the latest B2S server

    391 downloads

    Updated

  5. Top Dawg Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1988) (Rascal and Wildman) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1988 Williams Top Dawg Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).
    Use the latest B2S server

    332 downloads

    Updated

  6. Strike Master Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1991) (Rascal and Wildman) (1.1) (FS) (DB2S) (pin2k)

    This is a recreation of a 1991 Williams Strike Master Shuffle Alley Bowler for a pin2k style cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).

    245 downloads

    Updated

  7. Strike Master Shuffle Alley (Williams) (1991) (Rascal and Wildman) (1.1) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a recreation of a 1991 Williams Strike Master Shuffle Alley Bowler for a 2 or 3 screen cab.
    Controls:
    Coin for credit ("5" on a keyboard).
    Start button to start and enter players up to six ("1" on a keyboard).
    Select button to select the game ("A" on a keyboard).
    Flippers to move the puck right and left (Left and Right Shift on a keyboard).
    Hold launch button until desired power and angle, then release to throw (Enter on a keyboard).

    455 downloads

    Updated

  8. Chief Shuffle Alley Bowler (United) (1953) (Rascal) (1.0) (FS) (DB2S) (Pin2K)

    This is a Pin2k cab recreation of a 1953 United's Chief Shuffle Alley puck bowler. Pins appear as reflections off the glass on the DMD screen on the Pin2k style cabs (see screenshot of pins).
    The controls:
    Start button feeds a coin and starts the game, It also add additional players up to six.
    Flipper buttons move the puck right and left before launching.
    Press and hold the launch button to start angle and speed settings, and release the button to throw.

    229 downloads

    Updated

  9. Chief Shuffle Alley Bowler (United) (1953) (Rascal) (1.0) (FS) (DB2S) (2 and 3 screen)

    This is a 2 or 3 screen cab recreation of a 1953 United's Chief Shuffle Alley puck bowler. If there is a third dmd screen, display lights of the pins with appear on that screen (see screenshots).
    The controls:
    Start button feeds a coin and starts the game, It also add additional players up to six.
    Flipper buttons move the puck right and left before launching.
    Press and hold the launch button to start angle and speed settings, and release the button to throw.

    361 downloads

    Updated

  10. Ten Strike Classic, (Benchmark Games, Inc) (2003) (Rascal) (1.4) (FS)

    Ten Strike Classic, Benchmark Games, 2003, two players. This is a reissue and copy of the 1957 Williams Ten Strike. This new 10 Strike uses identical cabinet and art as the original, but has solidstate guts and LED style score displays (instead of score reels). Has two bells (one and ten points) for sound. Scores like regulation bowling, or with a flip of a switch, scores like the original 1957 Williams Ten Strike. Made in Korea specifically for Benchmark, and available only in the five foot length (unlike the original 1957 Williams Ten Strike, which came in both five and seven foot lengths).
    Thanks go out to the following people:
    Wizards_Hat (Dan) for helping me by doing the scoring script.
    Noah Fentz (Paul) for getting me video and pictures from Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum.
    Marvin for his useful information about the machine on the web.
    Benchmark Games for a copy of the manual.
    richg (Rich) for putting me on to the challenge and getting me some pictures.
    YouTube for video and sounds.
    Beta Testers and Support are:
    KEG, Pinball Buzz (Jon), Rawd (Rod), Sabbat (Freddie), gaminglord (Brad), yogiholzer (Jörg), NateD (Nate), and Bob5453 (Bob).
    Version 1.3 Added alpha glass to the box around the bowler, thanks for the suggestion Monk.
    Version 1.2 Added music to bowl by.
    Version 1.1 Fixed a graphic issue with the bowler man being cut in half.

    452 downloads

    Updated

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