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  1. Version

    11 downloads

    New vector-based card reproductions based on images at IPDB and Pinside among others. Type and layout in InDesign and assembly used Illustrator. Univers LT font obtained at freefonts.io. Flyer images courtesy IPDB. No wheel image. I like 32assassin's. His collection is at http://hyperspin-fe.com/. Thanks to Pinsider Isochronic Frost for posting a Youtube video. The image was bad but at least it convinced me that the card images available at IPDB are probably correct. Special thanks to Inkochnito and IPDB for hosting a very distressed card image set, but good enough to reproduce. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  2. Version

    10 downloads

    pool_l7c.zip
  3. High Speed (L-4C Competition MOD)

    Version

    12 downloads

    hs_l4c.zip
  4. Version

    14 downloads

    Vector-based reproductions of the factory cards. Includes instruction card, a coin card, and a free play card. Type and layout used Acrobat, InDesign, and Illustrator. Export to Flash with Illustrator. Not a full media pack. Capcom never put the table into production so no flyers. No production run as of yet from Circus Maximus. If there are new materials then I will update. I'll point people to the fine wheel image from 32assassin, here: Special thanks to Pinballmike217 for sharing images of his machine, production serial number 8. Thanks to Mitchell Curtis for sharing a video of the same machine on YouTube from which I took some screenshots. Generic Capcom card included (same as the one included in the Big Bar Bar Media Pack). Thanks, as always, to Inkochnito for the coin card. Most of it is his work. I just added the registered trademark symbol. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  5. Version

    18 downloads

    New vector-based card reproductions based on images at IPDB and Pinside among others. Score/coin cards also based on images of the factory cards. Includes reproductions of the coin card and numbered plaque produced by PMI for their run of the table in 2007. Type and layout in InDesign and assembly used Illustrator. Helvetica obtained at ephifonts.com. Clarendon LT obtained at freakfonts.com. Logan Five by Jonathan Hill was obtained at legionfonts.com and was heavily modified by me using FontForge and InDesign to better match the factory card images. Metal texture for the numbered plaque by trabzonsport Ultra hi-rez wheel images are based on the typefaces used by Capcom and by PMI. They don't look like anything else found on the table, but if you are looking for something unique then there they are. Effects produced with the GIMP. PMI flyer front courtesy IPDB. Special thanks to Pinsider Robert Winter for the scan of the original typeface and layout that he used in one of his custom cards. I could not have completed the card without that reference image. Thanks to pinb and Pinside, flippers.be, Kim Mitchell and IPDB for additional reference images. Thanks once again to Inkochnito for publishing the generic Capcom coin card (part of the Airborne set). This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  6. Version

    28 downloads

    Includes English language instruction cards, a pristine version and a dirtied up, distressed "vintage" version. There is a title card for one of the Whizbang produced versions. Coin card is included (US currency only). Graphic elements processed with GIMP and Illustrator. Type and layout produced with Adobe InDesign. Assembly in Adobe Illustrator. Fonts - Signboard obtained at fontsgeek.com. Distressed textures - screenshots taken of isolated nailhead images at dreamstime.com wood crack vector traced from an online stock photo image obtained at vectorstock.com dirt texture from GraphicsFuel, free license original interference pattern image obtained at http://interactive.quantumnano.at Flyers - raw image extracted directly from the factory PDFs using xpdfbin and converted to lossless PNG using ImageMagick. Extracted title from the flyer to create high-res wheel images. Plus the Whizbang title card. Melon image taken from a shot of the side panel published at ministryofpinball.com. Thanks to pinball-magazine.com, Jay Stafford and IPDB.org for reference images. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  7. Your other method for adjusting the score display is to change the monitor resolution. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Hook (5.01 unofficial MOD)

    Version

    49 downloads

    hook_501.zip
  9. Version 1.01

    24 downloads

    New vector-based card reproductions based on images at Inkochnito's and IPDB. Score card also based on images of the factory card. Type and layout in InDesign and assembly used Illustrator. Helvetica obtained at ephifonts.com. Optima font obtained at fontsmarket.com. Vector-based Empire logo came from Wikipedia. Scaled up and exported an ultra hi-rez PNG using Inkscape. Flyer front courtesy IPDB. The best flyer images I've found for the table is at NYPinball but their images have watermarks, so I'll just point users that way instead of including them in the pack. Thanks to Mark Clayton, Ian McKinnon and IPDB for reference images. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  10. Version

    30 downloads

    Pack contains vector-based reproductions of the factory cards, There is a Limited Edition card and what I suppose is a Pro card. There is also a promo card that was used at the Chicago Auto Show. Type and layout used InDesign. Some graphics work used GIMP. Assembly and simulation of print out on Solar yellow stock used Illustrator. Appropriate coinage card also included (US currency only). Shotmaps also included. Images extracted using xpdfbin and dumped into Flash containers. Fonts include Serpentine by Dick Jensen and obtained at fontsonline.net and Xolonium v2.0 by Severin Meyer, available under GNU GPL 2.0 with my own minor but noticeable modifications to better match the reference image. Vector-based Stern logo nabbed from the Batman manual. Vector-based Ford oval logo is from Wikipedia. Special thanks to Dozer and 85vett for their fine tables from which I extracted a car image. Best I could find. A good era appropriate car image found on Pinterest, posted on the account of carrentingreviews was used in the promo card. Made my best attempt to convert to sketch. So, not exactly genuine. HD Mustang badge image from autoware.com.au and traced to vector to use as a logo. Ultra hi-res image of the pony badge from Fathead and simply scaled down for use in the cards. The Mustang badge was modified a bit in Illustrator and combined with the pony badge in GIMP to make an ultra hi-res wheel image. I've also included the wheel images I first pubished here. I still like them a lot. Raw images extracted from the flyers available at Stern's website and losslessly converted to PNG. Thanks to ninuzzu for extracting a card image for me from Stern Pinball Arcade. Thanks to Pinballnews.com, autoblog.com, Jason Rufer and IPDB.org for additional reference images and assets. Special thanks once again to Inkochnito for hosting the factory shotmaps. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  11. Version

    15 downloads

    I made reproductions available on the PinballX FTP, but I found that for the factory PDF hosted by Inkochnito, Acrobat had automatically replaced Helvetica with Arial. Yes, they are close but Arial is not Helvetica! This pack has new versions of the factory PDF with the correct font and WWF and Data East logos replaced with vector-based versions. Refreshed the standard card and the alternate wide body card. No change required for Inkochnito's own reproduction. Edits and assembly used Illustrator. Appropriate coinage card also included. Helvetica fonts obtained at ephifonts.com. Data East vector-based logo based on one created by Tapule available at http://vectorlib.free.fr. WWF logo traced from Inkochnito's own reproduction. Found a high resolution version of the old style WWF logo on Pinterest. member murrayrhoads9. I'll throw that in for a wheel image. 300dpi scans of the flyer courtesy http://flyers.cdyn.com/ Stern published a series of infographics on Facebook celebrating 30 years of business. I included the one for WWF Royal Rumble. There are two versions, one with some extra trivia and the other is just the infographic. Both included. I use these as additional flyer images. Special thanks to Inkochnito for hosting the factory PDFs. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
  12. MM

    Really nice work, by the way.
  13. MM

    PM sent
  14. MM

    If you need some resources I have a nice collection of animation frames extracted from the MM Remake game code. They are higher res than 128x32 so they can't be used directly, but they may give you some good ideas on color choices.
  15. Version 1.1

    42 downloads

    I made reproductions available on the PinballX FTP, but I found that for the factory PDF hosted by Inkochnito, Acrobat had automatically replaced Helvetica with Arial. Yes, they are close but Arial is not Helvetica! This pack has a new version of the factory PDF with the correct font and Star Wars and Data East logos replaced with vector-based versions. No change required for Inkochnito's own reproduction. Edits and assembly used Illustrator. Appropriate coinage card also included. Helvetica fonts obtained at ephifonts.com. Data East vector-based logo based on one created by Tapule available at http://vectorlib.free.fr. Star Wars logo extracted from the Star Wars Trilogy vector-based logo obtained at seeklogo.com. This in turn was used to create an ultra hi-rez wheel image. 300dpi scans of the flyer courtesy http://flyers.cdyn.com/ Stern published a series of infographics on Facebook celebrating 30 years of business. I included the one for Star Wars. There are two versions, one with some extra trivia and the other is just the infographic. Both included. I use these as additional flyer images. Special thanks to Inkochnito for hosting the factory PDFs. This work is free to use by the community without attribution. All sources are trademarks / copyrights of their respective owners. This is to be privately used in front-ends or for other non-commercial (or at least non-profit) pinball-related applications. I hold no responsibility for their misuse.
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