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roccodimarco

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About roccodimarco

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    West Pittston Pa
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    Country Music, 80's Metal, Pinball, Old pro wrestling, Ghostbusters.
  1. View File WWF Royal Rumble alt Backglass Here is the alternative WWF Royal Rumble backglass. I much prefer this version than the backglass that came with the game. As far as I know, this backglass hasn't been made yet, so I put one together quick by using Wildman's existing Royal Rumble backglass with his permission Submitter roccodimarco Submitted 02/26/2018 Category B2S Backglasses  
  2. WWF Royal Rumble alt Backglass

    Version 1.0.0

    75 downloads

    Here is the alternative WWF Royal Rumble backglass. I much prefer this version than the backglass that came with the game. As far as I know, this backglass hasn't been made yet, so I put one together quick by using Wildman's existing Royal Rumble backglass with his permission
  3. Wwf Royal Rumble (Data East 1994)

    I ended up using the alternative backglass image posted because I like it MUCH better, and my neighbor has that on his machine. I used this backglass file, and just changed the image and removed the wrestlers, since I modded this backglass I don't want to upload the file, until I have the ok from the creator. Let me know!
  4. Hollywood Heat

    I was at Pinfest this past weekend, and absolutely fell in love with Hollywood Heat! I always read how terrible it was, so I always just avoided it. My buddy and I ended up playing HH the most out of all games there, and my buddy almost pulled the trigger and purchased it for $1000, but ultimately backed out because he wanted it for $800. We figured no big deal, we would just grab the table on Visual Pinball and play later. Wasn't until we got back that we came to the realization that there is only one version of Hollywood Heat out there, and it was from VP8, that was then converted to a spanned table. We still grabbed the table, and to our surprise it plays great! However; there are some flaws. First, the ball will always fly off the play field when it hits the hot shot ramp. Once this happens its game over, because once you finish a game, it will be stuck and you have to reset the table. Second, the game just looks bad. I'm assuming when the game was made there was very little resources for the table, and the game was made with what was available. Major things are missing visually, such as point totals on lights, and bonus features. I'm not sure if anyone still updates tables, or creates tables, but I would be beyond grateful for a remake of Hollywood Heat for my machine, seeing how my wife will not let me just go ahead and buy one. Any takers?!
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