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  1. View File OXO (Williams 1973) OXO (Williams 1973) OXO is a Williams tic-tac-toe game that has fun game play and excellent shots coupled with awesome Christian Marche artwork. The basic premise is to achieve a tic-tac-toe with either X s or O's and then land the ball in either saucer for a 5000 point bonus and an extra ball. Lighting all of the tic-tac-toe squares will enable a replay special with either the left or right middle roll overs. HauntFreaks has pulled out all of the stops on this one! His artwork is incredible and the details that he added like primitive cut outs for the targets and leaf switches really enhance the table. He has also made a new B2S backglass for the table that will also be available to download and that backglass also has third monitor DMD artwork. This table has a few new features to it that include full integration of DOF for those who have chime units as well as a new (at least for my tables) post-it note with the ablility to enter initials. There are three user variables that can be altered to change the playing epxperience. They are all located near the top of the script and include: FreePlay - set to True for free play or False if you want to coint up ShowBallShadow - set to True to turn on to enable ball shadows or to False to to deactivate them PinkFLipperColor- set to True to use pink rubbers on the flippers or set to False to use white rubbers. Here's the tean that brought you this table Script: Scottacus Artwork: Hauntfreaks Beta Testing: Xenonph and Thalamus Chime Testing: Bord Special thanks to Fren for his excellent VP9 OXO table that got this whole project started! HauntFreaks has released a new directb2s backglass and wheel logo that goes along with the new artwork for this table Submitter scottacus Submitted 10/08/2017 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Contact Author First. VP Version v10  
  2. Version 1.0.0

    50 downloads

    OXO (Williams 1973) OXO is a Williams tic-tac-toe game that has fun game play and excellent shots coupled with awesome Christian Marche artwork. The basic premise is to achieve a tic-tac-toe with either X s or O's and then land the ball in either saucer for a 5000 point bonus and an extra ball. Lighting all of the tic-tac-toe squares will enable a replay special with either the left or right middle roll overs. HauntFreaks has pulled out all of the stops on this one! His artwork is incredible and the details that he added like primitive cut outs for the targets and leaf switches really enhance the table. He has also made a new B2S backglass for the table that will also be available to download and that backglass also has third monitor DMD artwork. This table has a few new features to it that include full integration of DOF for those who have chime units as well as a new (at least for my tables) post-it note with the ablility to enter initials. There are three user variables that can be altered to change the playing epxperience. They are all located near the top of the script and include: FreePlay - set to True for free play or False if you want to coint up ShowBallShadow - set to True to turn on to enable ball shadows or to False to to deactivate them PinkFLipperColor- set to True to use pink rubbers on the flippers or set to False to use white rubbers. Here's the tean that brought you this table Script: Scottacus Artwork: Hauntfreaks Beta Testing: Xenonph and Thalamus Chime Testing: Bord Special thanks to Fren for his excellent VP9 OXO table that got this whole project started! HauntFreaks has released a new directb2s backglass and wheel logo that goes along with the new artwork for this table
  3. View File Capersville (Bally 1966) 2.8.7 Capersville is a fun Bally table from 1966 that features Zipper Flippers, Multiple Modes of Play and a Three Ball Multiball, all pretty heavy duty for 1966! Feel free to change the variable "FreePlay" to "False" for credit play. Also feel free to change the variable "STAT" to "True" to view bumper caps with "10 Points" on them rather than the stock blank caps. Thanks to HaunfFreaks for his awesome lighting and graphics magic. Also to BorgDog and Loserman76 for coding help, Arngrim for looking over my DOF and Xenonph and Thalamus for helping find coding bugs. Please Note: To get the graphics and lighting to work properly you must run this table with VP 10.4 rev 3209 or higher Enjoy! Submitter scottacus Submitted 09/22/2017 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Contact Author First. VP Version v10  
  4. Version 3.1.3

    65 downloads

    Capersville is a fun Bally table from 1966 that features Zipper Flippers, Multiple Modes of Play and a Three Ball Multiball, all pretty heavy duty for 1966! Feel free to change the variable "FreePlay" to "False" for credit play. Also feel free to change the variable "STAT" to "True" to view bumper caps with "10 Points" on them rather than the stock blank caps. Thanks to HaunfFreaks for his awesome lighting and graphics magic. Also to BorgDog and Loserman76 for coding help, Arngrim for looking over my DOF and Xenonph and Thalamus for helping find coding bugs. Please Note: To get the graphics and lighting to work properly you must run this table with VP 10.4 rev 3209 or higher Enjoy!
  5. View File Gridiron (Gottlieb 1977) Gridiron was a two player version of Gottlieb's "Pro Football." Pinuck wrote the original b2s exe table and I updated the table to directb2s and DOF. There is a FreePlay variable in the script that can be changed to "False" if you want to make the table require coin up. Thanks to Loserman76 for his help in making the table. Thanks to Xenonph for his hours of testing to make sure that I didn't bugger up the code. Thanks to Pinuck for making such a great table in the first place and giving me the green light to update it. Submitter scottacus Submitted 08/27/2017 Category Recreations ROM Name Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod VP Version  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    Gridiron was a two player version of Gottlieb's "Pro Football." This is a new directb2s backglass that goes along with a newly updated table that I just released.
  7. View File Gridiron (Gottlieb 1977) directb2s backglass Gridiron was a two player version of Gottlieb's "Pro Football." This is a new directb2s backglass that goes along with a newly updated table that I just released. Submitter scottacus Submitted 08/27/2017 Category B2S Backglasses  
  8. Gridiron (Gottlieb 1977)

    Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    Gridiron was a two player version of Gottlieb's "Pro Football." Pinuck wrote the original b2s exe table and I updated the table to directb2s and DOF. There is a FreePlay variable in the script that can be changed to "False" if you want to make the table require coin up. Thanks to Loserman76 for his help in making the table. Thanks to Xenonph for his hours of testing to make sure that I didn't bugger up the code. Thanks to Pinuck for making such a great table in the first place and giving me the green light to update it.
  9. View File Capersville (Bally 1966) This is a directB2S update of Starman's B2S exe table. There is a new directB2S backglass that is available for this table and the table has incorporated DOF. Capersville is a great Bally table from 1966 that features zipper flippers, four different modes and a three ball multiball. Change the variable "FreePlay" in the script to set the game for freeplay or credit play. I have added an additional mode for the game called "EBMode" that can be selected in the script. The "Deep 4 Caper" involves locking a ball into the trap just to the left of the shooter lane and then hitting the white mushroom target four times to finally release the captured ball back into the launch lane. The way Starman's original exe table played, this ball acts as an extra ball should you loose the active ball on the table. If the active ball is captured by the Deep 4 Caper trap or falls into either of the top two ball captures, the extra ball is lost because the ball in the shooter lane becomes the next ball released. My "EBMode" makes sure that the player receives an extra ball for completing the Deep 4 Caper regardless of what happens to the active ball. I have been unable to contact any owners of the table to find how the actual table plays the "Deep 4 Caper" so I leave it to you to choose how you want the table to play. To activate this set EBMode to True in the script. Thanks to Loserman76 and Arngrim for their help editing the table. Thanks also to Xenoph for his hours of testing the table Lastly thanks to Starman for making the excellent exe in the first place Submitter scottacus Submitted 08/25/2017 Category Recreations ROM Name Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod VP Version  
  10. View File Capersville (Bally 1966) This is a B2S backglass for my edit of Starman's B2S exe table which I have updated to directb2s and added DOF to. Submitter scottacus Submitted 08/25/2017 Category B2S Backglasses  
  11. Capersville (Bally 1966)

    Version 2.0

    71 downloads

    This is a B2S backglass for both my VP9 and VPX versions of Capersville (Bally 1966).
  12. Capersville (Bally 1966)

    Version 1.5

    19 downloads

    This is a directB2S update of Starman's B2S exe table. There is a new directB2S backglass that is available for this table and the table has incorporated DOF. Capersville is a great Bally table from 1966 that features zipper flippers, four different modes and a three ball multiball. Change the variable "FreePlay" in the script to set the game for freeplay or credit play. I have added an additional mode for the game called "EBMode" that can be selected in the script. The "Deep 4 Caper" involves locking a ball into the trap just to the left of the shooter lane and then hitting the white mushroom target four times to finally release the captured ball back into the launch lane. The way Starman's original exe table played, this ball acts as an extra ball should you loose the active ball on the table. If the active ball is captured by the Deep 4 Caper trap or falls into either of the top two ball captures, the extra ball is lost because the ball in the shooter lane becomes the next ball released. My "EBMode" makes sure that the player receives an extra ball for completing the Deep 4 Caper regardless of what happens to the active ball. I have been unable to contact any owners of the table to find how the actual table plays the "Deep 4 Caper" so I leave it to you to choose how you want the table to play. To activate this set EBMode to True in the script. Thanks to Loserman76 and Arngrim for their help editing the table. Thanks also to Xenoph for his hours of testing the table Lastly thanks to Starman for making the excellent exe in the first place
  13. Who Dunnit

    Thanks, will do!
  14. Who Dunnit

    I loaded the Who Dunnit table (Bally 1995) into VP 9.92 and DOF wasn't working. I looked into the online DOF config tool under tables and saw that this table was missing from the list. Is there a way to add it to the list of supported tables? Thanks! Scott
  15. Hi I tried multiple times tonight to log in to the DOF Config tool and it will not log me in.  If I type an incorrect password it tells me that the login is invalid but the correct password flashes "waiting for vpuniverse..." and then does nothing.  Is there something going on with the site?

    Thanks!

    Scott

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    2. arngrim

      arngrim

      hi,

      we have a problem with the configtool db, i escalated the issue, this is not in my hands

      my attwood is faced opposite, so the air goes through the whole tube, and is going into one direction, i can't tell anymore for the black or yellow, but you have only two options :)

    3. scottacus

      scottacus

      Thanks for DOF, what a great tool!  It is amazing the difference in airflow between the two orientations for the blower.  When it blows out the end with the blades you feel the wind dispersed around a perimeter like a torus but out the end with the motor the airflow is so focused that it might blow the hat off of you!  Great small sized solution, thanks for the fan recommendation!

      Scott

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