By watacaractrTom & Jerry...
A game of cat and mouse!
Remember coming home after school, or sitting in front of the TV on Saturday morning with your favorite bowl of cereal,
and watching this classic? It's been almost 80 years since this hilarious cat and mouse duo debuted, and they've finally
made their way to VPX! Now, you can "play" the cartoon and re-live all of those fond memories right at your fingertips!
Tom & Jerry have literally invaded your pinball table and that's just the beginning. You'll help Jerry collect all of
his cheese, challenge Tom to a Pin"brawl", and encounter many other zany surprises! There's no stopping these two in
this fun and exciting adventure!
Thank you to the VPX and VPM teams for making all of this possible for pinball lovers everywhere!
Thank you to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for giving us the best cartoon cat and mouse memories of our young lives.
"Making cartoons means very hard work at every
step of the way, but creating a successful cartoon
character is the hardest work of all."
- Joseph Barbera
Tom & Jerry uses a custom rom (hlywoodh), which is included. Also, don't forget to use the provided background and multi-ball
music files that go in to your VPX music folder.
Thank you all for giving me the opportunity to share my table here
and I hope you all have as much fun playing it as I did creating it.
Your friend in pinball,
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of mfuegemann and kevinleedrum's VP9 version of a 1983 Gottlieb Krull table. Big thanks to mfuegemann and kevinleedrum for their work. You will have to do some creative internet searching for the rom "krull.zip".
Additional thanks to:
Thanks to Jean-René Karr and Josh Lehan (Krellan) for documentation scans.
Thanks to Chris Hutchins for restoration photos.
Thanks to Inkochnito for the DIP switch settings code
Thanks to arngrim for integrating the DOF code
By RascalThis is a conversion of Destruk and mnpg's VP8 version of a 1984 Mylstar Jacks to Open pinball table. Many thanks to Destruk and mnpg for their work on the earlier version. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "jack2opn.zip" to run. Do not ask me for the rom, google search or find a friend.
By RascalThis is a conversion of Destruk, Itchigo, and lolo's VP9 version of a 1985 Premier Ice Fever pinball table. Many thanks to Destruk, Itchigo, and lolo for their work on the earlier version. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "icefever.zip" to run. Do not ask me for the rom, google search or find a friend. Happy New Year!
By RascalThis is a conversion of Destruk and MNPG's VP8 version of a 1989 Premier Hot Shots pinball table. Many thanks to Destruk and MNPG for their work on the earlier version. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "hotshots.zip" to run. Do not ask me for the rom, google search or find a friend. I put a lot of work in this so be kind.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of a 1981 Gottlieb Force II table. Big thanks to Destruk, TAB, Kristian, and Inkochnito for their work on the earlier versions. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "forceii.zip" to run. Do not ask me for the rom, google search or find a friend.
Not much out there for resources, so I did the best I could with this. Merry Christmas everyone.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of mfuegemann's 1988 Gottlieb Premier Excalibur table. Big thanks to mfuegemann for his work.
Additional thanks to:
' Maralb, Whysnow, Gaspumprob and Akiles for providing loads of images for the playfield and plastics
' Kodiac for the flipper primitive routine
' Fuzzel for providing the images for the playfield lights
' JPSalas for the Flasher fading code
' Inkochnito for the DIP switch code
' Arngrim for the DOF and SoundFX code
This table is really fun to play. Feel free to fix it up or modify it.
It needs the rom named "excalibr.zip". Hopefully you have a friend who has it, because the Gottlieb roms were pulled from all of the VP sites. Quietly ask your friend.
By RascalThis is a VP9 to VPX conversion of jpsalas's great version of a 1992 Premier Cue Ball Wizard. Many thanks to jpsalas for his version of this table. It was a very nice table to convert... very clean. Thank you for the suggestion to make the ball larger too. It really made a difference. It needs the rom file "cueball.zip" to run. Don't ask me for the rom, you're on your own there,
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of a 1980 Gottlieb Counterforce table. Big thanks to Luvthatapex, Moonchild and Inkochnito for their work on the earlier versions. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "cntforce.zip" to run. Do not ask me for the rom, google search or find a friend.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of a 1980 Gottlieb Circus table. Big thanks to Lovthatapex, Destruk, and Inkochnito for their work on the earlier versions. This VPX mod was done by Rascal. It needs the rom file "circus.zip" to run.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of Lovthatapex and Destruk's 1982 Gottlieb Caveman table. Big thanks to Lovthatapex and Destruk for their work. This table was a pain in the arse to convert, because it crashes half the time, at least on my computer. It doesn't seem to be the VPX crashing it, I think its the pinmame emulation. So if it crashes on you, just open it again, and hope it starts. once it starts, its fine. If anybody has a answer to this, please let me know. Feel free to fix it up or modify it.
It needs the rom named "caveman.zip". Hopefully you have a friend who has it, because the Gottlieb roms were pulled from all of the VP sites. Quietly ask your friend through PM or hey call him and invite him over for dinner.
By RascalThis is a VP8 to VPX conversion of a 1991 Gottlieb Premier Cactus Jack's pinball machine. Big thanks to PacDude for his VP8 version of this table. I got to say, this is a pretty fun table to play. This table needs the rom "cactjack.zip" to play. Hopefully you have a friend that has it, because the Gottlieb roms have been pulled down from all the sites.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of a VP8 version of Gottlieb's 1985 Bounty Hunter. Big thanks to Destruk, Kristian, DesAngel, Inkochnito, and Luvthatapex for the VP8 version of the table. Also, if anybody sees something wrong with this and can fix it or just wants to improve it, you have my permission to mod it. This table needs the rom "bountyh.zip" to run. Hopefully you have a friend that has it, because the Gottlieb roms have been pulled down for all the sites.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of mfuegemann's 1989 Gottlieb Premier Big House table. Big thanks to mfuegemann for his work.
Additional thanks to:
Zany for the Elevator Screw, the Flasher Domes, the Bumper Cap, Drop Target, Ramp and Flipper models
Arngrim for the DOF review
Fuzzel for providing the images for the playfield lights
Batch for the Desktop Backdrop image
Inkchnito for the DIP switch code
Destruk for the VP8 table and the Lamp and Solenoid numbers
JPSalas for the fading Flasher code
This table is really fun to play. Feel free to fix it up or modify it.
It needs the rom named "bighouse.zip". Hopefully you have a friend who has it, because the Gottlieb roms were pulled from all of the VP sites. Quietly ask your friend.
By RascalThis is my first mod of a VP8 table to a VPX table. My first VPX anything for that matter. Thanks to Destruk for the VP8 version. Cost a coin for 5 attempts, you have to select the start button to feed each ball. Fun game for the kids. Needs the Gottlieb rom "bellring.zip", hopefully you have a friend that has it, because the Gottlieb roms have been pulled down for all the sites.
Also, if anybody sees something wrong with it and can fix it or just wants to improve it, you have my permission to mod it.
By RascalThis is a VPX conversion of TAB and Destruk's 1996 Gottlieb Premier Barb Wire table. Big thanks to TAB and Destruk for their work. It can use some 3D models, but it doesn't look too bad as it is. Feel free to fix it up or modify it, after all I'm a newbie to the VP scene.
It needs the rom named "barbwire.zip". Hopefully you have a friend who has it, because the Gottlieb roms were pulled for all of the VP sites.
By HSMEnjoy this VPX conversion of "Big Hit". Lots of playfield changes. Script was fairly untouched save a few B2s calls.
VP9 version by Itchigo. Varitargets credit to Loserman42; Backdrop image from editoy's B2s Backglass.
By editoyApache! (Taito 1978) full kit (table, backglass, media pack)
Ready after a long work the first 1978's TTL version of Taito's Apache! pinball
This ia a little different from it's SS '79 version for the system used an for a different backglass.
As there is no ROM (TTL is a tecnology between electromeccanical an digital) and because the table uses the same playfield layout as Gottlieb's 1975 Fast Draw, it is made from Loserman's Fast Draw EM table with some adjust.
A team work by:
Loserman76: original table and script mod
Editoy: table graphics redraw from scratch, playfield adjust, backlass from scartch
Xenonph: original sounds
Tio Italo: apron image and instruction translate
JP Salas: finishing touches, backdrop, gi lights
Special thanks to
Carlos Guizzo, Luiz Culik, Márcio Urso: images and infos
By kalavera3Thanks to destruk for its VP8 version, and to Xenonph for its conversion to VP9 and rotation for FS.
This table caught my attention, because I like the subject that inspires it, and because it seemed to me that I needed a VPX version since the versions there are from several years ago.
I started recreating the playfield, based on images I got on the internet, which I used as a model to recreate everything, since this is a complete recreation, the table was made in 4k as all my last tables, the only detail that did not fit so well is the plastic where the girls appear, I could not get any better image and recreate that would have taken me a lot more time, I hope someone wants to make a mod of this table improving those graphics.
Well I hope you enjoy it and as you know if you find any errors or something that you think could be improved, leave your query on the table support site
By kalavera3Thanks to :
Inkochnito for your Dipswitchs
TAB, LuvThatApex and Destruk, for your version VP8
dboyrecords for your conversion and rotation in VP9
Also thanks to all those who got involved in one way or another (wildman in backglass, STAT in media pack, and if I forget someone I apologize)
Thanks To Bord for his beautiful primitive flippers, implement them in this table.
The table was recreated from scratch, the playfield try to make it as similar as possible to the original, there are few good photos out there, so i did what i could, hope the final result will please you, the door at the top where it comes out the ball to the field of play is not the model that should be, but as i'm not good with 3D modeling is what i could achieve, if someone is encouraged to recreate it and send to me, would replace it immediately, try to recreate the physics as best i could using the three videos find on Youtube.
By kalavera3Thanks to:
Flying Dutchman for your UVP animated backglass.
Destruk for its VP9 table, from which I took all the data of the lights, which I could not get anywhere else.
to dboyrecords for his table rotated to FS and his directb2s, from which he took the image to recreate mine.
Hmueck for his playfield image that I used as base.
The table was recreated taking the image of Hmueck, mentioned above, recreate all the playfield based on that image, trying to finish it as close as possible to the original, the same with the plastics, with images obtained from the internet, which improve graphically, try to give the most similar physics to what I could see in the videos i found on Youtube.
This table has as a difference, that when completing the lights of GOLDBALL, when losing the ball, the next one will be a golden ball and the value of the points are tripled during that ball.
Well I hope you like it, it was done trying to take care of the details, within my humble possibilities.
By OnevoxThis is a re-theme of "Rock Encore" by JPSalas. Thanks to JP for letting me mod and doing the hard parts, and Inkochnito for his scripting additions.
"The Clash" would be a audio mess if it wasn't for Xenonph, who did the audio scripting for me, and made some awesome changes to my effects. And to the beta testers who made some great recommendations.
The zip file contains the table, directb2s file, ROM, music for the game and some bonus material in the form of wheel icons. I also added two additional songs to the game from the beta version. Music in your Music folder.
Special Note #1: The ROM on JP's table was "rock" ... I used the "rock_enc" ROM so I could change the wording on the scoring display. If you use this modified ROM on your Rock Encore game, it will change the language from "Rock & Roll Lives" to "This is Radio Clash".
Special Note #2. This uses 19 music tracks so the game eats up a lot of HD space. I plan to release an EP version with only 5 or 6 songs, so people who aren't big fans of The Clash, and don't want to tie up HD space, can have a "light" version.
NOTE: Distribution of this table, b2s file, or music on a computer, virtual pinball machine or any similar device, which is SOLD as part of a commercial product, or sharing this file on a website, or via a file transfer process, without my permission is strictly prohibited. Support the community by not selling VPX work for commercial purposes. The Clash music library is administered by Universal Music Publishing Group UK.
By kalavera3Thanks to all those who helped to make this table in VP8 and VP9 Destruk - Kristian - Dboyrecords, I hope not to forget anyone. especially thanks to 32Assassins who is always there to help when it is most needed, you are my savior, thanks also to all the people who helped in any way to finish this table, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
If they find errors (sure there are), let me know and within my possibilities I will solve them.
Thanks Bord for allow me to use your primitive post and also to JPS for those who borrow the idea of the mobile target in their table Black Pyramid
By editoyHot Ball is a "Taito version" of Eight Ball (Bally 1977)
As it is an SS rare table, there is no ROM available so this table is a mod of JP's Eight Ball (Bally 1978) and uses Bally ROM.
it uses an alternate rom (eightblo) from the one in original table (eightbll) chech you rom folder or edit script and restore rom name to eightbll
About apron, two versions are included: one in Portuguese for full match with original table, and a second one in English.
Thanks to Carlos for images and fonts.
Thanks to Tio Italo for apron image
Thanks to JP Salas for... all the rest.
And let's hope that someone will find and share Taito ROMS.
By kalavera3I want to thank, first of all, 32assassin, who very kindly helped me to recreate this table (like so many other times) saying thank you is little.
This table interested me to be sports, a topic that I like very much, recreate the playfield extracting the images of the table of DBoyrecord, thanks to him also for having found that image.
Also thanks to TAB who was the pioneer of this table.
The recreation was from scratch, starting from the blank table, I found several problems that I could solve, except the launch of the ball, which is done through a light (L12), that problem was solved by 32assassin who also added me Led marker lights and I clean the code.
Try to make it as close to the original table, unfortunately there are not many photos and I only found a very poor quality video of tnt, I hope you enjoy it and if you find any error or something that seems wrong notify me.
Thanks also to Thalamus for always being willing to help, I embrace the distance friend!
PS: press F6 to get extras like credits balls and other configurations, thanks to Inkochnito