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  1. File Name: Visual Pinball X (10.0.0) Full Installer File Submitter: VPUStaff File Submitted: 26 Dec 2015 File Category: Visual Pinball 10 - Install & Support Files Standalone EXE, all needed DLLs, changelog, command reference and registry keys for Visual Pinball X 10.0.0 Installation: Simply copy all of the files in the ZIP into your already existing Visual Pinball directory. Overwrite already existing files there when asked. If you already had the core.vbs script package in your 'Tables' sub-directory previously, either delete these, or move all files contained in the 'Scripts' sub-directory to 'Tables'. For all the changes regarding the core vbs script file package (like cvpmTrough,cvpmSaucer,BallMass,UseVPMDMD,UseVPMColoredDMD, the Controller abstraction (DOF,B2S,VPM,EM) and the new Coindoor key functionality) look into core.vbs for the full changelog The next generation of Visual Pinball finally arrives! due to this, VP10 breaks a lot of backwards compatibility for ramps, lights, physics, colors/images/materials, and more, so most existing VP9 and VP8 tables will not work correctly or will even output script errors when run, -but they will load-, so you can reuse all existing work! -> TL.DR up-front conversion hints: - pull lightsource->ambient down to 0,0,0 (or at least a small value to avoid loss in fidelity of the colors) - crank up lightsource->emission to 255,255,255 and tweak the color from there (to get a good contrast on the shading) - tweak the lightsource->height and the two emission-scales (and try to keep the light range really really really large before tweaking the rest of the light parameters!) - if doing nightmods, try to avoid manually toning down all images and materials, but rather just use the light emission settings including the new night->day slider (this will allow the user to tweak the brightness of the table on his/her own afterwards) - revisit all physics settings, even if you used VP9Physmod(5) before (only the re-enabled friction and scatter in the physmod5 case though) - take a look into the new material editor and assign a material to each object on the table - use flashers when doing special lighting effects/gi-changes/night mods (and tweak existing ones by playing with the opacity (can be >100%) and modulate options), otherwise try to stick with the newly redone (bulb-)light elements (flashers and bulblights are cheaper to render than other elements) - revisit CommandReference.txt for all commands that have changed names/behavior, were replaced or deleted A special thanks has to go out to our awesome alpha testers/improvers: Unclewilly, JPSalas and JimmyFingers! Click here to download this file
  2. Version 10.0.0

    2,684 downloads

    Standalone EXE, all needed DLLs, changelog, command reference and registry keys for Visual Pinball X 10.0.0 Installation: Simply copy all of the files in the ZIP into your already existing Visual Pinball directory. Overwrite already existing files there when asked. If you already had the core.vbs script package in your 'Tables' sub-directory previously, either delete these, or move all files contained in the 'Scripts' sub-directory to 'Tables'. For all the changes regarding the core vbs script file package (like cvpmTrough,cvpmSaucer,BallMass,UseVPMDMD,UseVPMColoredDMD, the Controller abstraction (DOF,B2S,VPM,EM) and the new Coindoor key functionality) look into core.vbs for the full changelog The next generation of Visual Pinball finally arrives! due to this, VP10 breaks a lot of backwards compatibility for ramps, lights, physics, colors/images/materials, and more, so most existing VP9 and VP8 tables will not work correctly or will even output script errors when run, -but they will load-, so you can reuse all existing work! -> TL.DR up-front conversion hints: - pull lightsource->ambient down to 0,0,0 (or at least a small value to avoid loss in fidelity of the colors) - crank up lightsource->emission to 255,255,255 and tweak the color from there (to get a good contrast on the shading) - tweak the lightsource->height and the two emission-scales (and try to keep the light range really really really large before tweaking the rest of the light parameters!) - if doing nightmods, try to avoid manually toning down all images and materials, but rather just use the light emission settings including the new night->day slider (this will allow the user to tweak the brightness of the table on his/her own afterwards) - revisit all physics settings, even if you used VP9Physmod(5) before (only the re-enabled friction and scatter in the physmod5 case though) - take a look into the new material editor and assign a material to each object on the table - use flashers when doing special lighting effects/gi-changes/night mods (and tweak existing ones by playing with the opacity (can be >100%) and modulate options), otherwise try to stick with the newly redone (bulb-)light elements (flashers and bulblights are cheaper to render than other elements) - revisit CommandReference.txt for all commands that have changed names/behavior, were replaced or deleted A special thanks has to go out to our awesome alpha testers/improvers: Unclewilly, JPSalas and JimmyFingers!
  3. View File Visual Pinball X (Standalone EXE) Standalone EXE, all needed DLLs, changelog, command reference and registry keys for Visual Pinball X 10.0.0 Installation: Simply copy all of the files in the ZIP into your already existing Visual Pinball directory. Overwrite already existing files there when asked. If you already had the core.vbs script package in your 'Tables' sub-directory previously, either delete these, or move all files contained in the 'Scripts' sub-directory to 'Tables'. For all the changes regarding the core vbs script file package (like cvpmTrough,cvpmSaucer,BallMass,UseVPMDMD,UseVPMColoredDMD, the Controller abstraction (DOF,B2S,VPM,EM) and the new Coindoor key functionality) look into core.vbs for the full changelog The next generation of Visual Pinball finally arrives! due to this, VP10 breaks a lot of backwards compatibility for ramps, lights, physics, colors/images/materials, and more, so most existing VP9 and VP8 tables will not work correctly or will even output script errors when run, -but they will load-, so you can reuse all existing work! -> TL.DR up-front conversion hints: - pull lightsource->ambient down to 0,0,0 (or at least a small value to avoid loss in fidelity of the colors) - crank up lightsource->emission to 255,255,255 and tweak the color from there (to get a good contrast on the shading) - tweak the lightsource->height and the two emission-scales (and try to keep the light range really really really large before tweaking the rest of the light parameters!) - if doing nightmods, try to avoid manually toning down all images and materials, but rather just use the light emission settings including the new night->day slider (this will allow the user to tweak the brightness of the table on his/her own afterwards) - revisit all physics settings, even if you used VP9Physmod(5) before (only the re-enabled friction and scatter in the physmod5 case though) - take a look into the new material editor and assign a material to each object on the table - use flashers when doing special lighting effects/gi-changes/night mods (and tweak existing ones by playing with the opacity (can be >100%) and modulate options), otherwise try to stick with the newly redone (bulb-)light elements (flashers and bulblights are cheaper to render than other elements) - revisit CommandReference.txt for all commands that have changed names/behavior, were replaced or deleted A special thanks has to go out to our awesome alpha testers/improvers: Unclewilly, JPSalas and JimmyFingers! Submitter VPUStaff Submitted 12/26/2015 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Install & Support Files  
  4. Version 10.3.0

    944 downloads

    Standalone EXE, all needed DLLs, changelog, command reference and registry keys for Visual Pinball X 10.0.0 Installation: Simply copy all of the files in the ZIP into your already existing Visual Pinball directory. Overwrite already existing files there when asked. If you already had the core.vbs script package in your 'Tables' sub-directory previously, either delete these, or move all files contained in the 'Scripts' sub-directory to 'Tables'. For all the changes regarding the core vbs script file package (like cvpmTrough,cvpmSaucer,BallMass,UseVPMDMD,UseVPMColoredDMD, the Controller abstraction (DOF,B2S,VPM,EM) and the new Coindoor key functionality) look into core.vbs for the full changelog The next generation of Visual Pinball finally arrives! due to this, VP10 breaks a lot of backwards compatibility for ramps, lights, physics, colors/images/materials, and more, so most existing VP9 and VP8 tables will not work correctly or will even output script errors when run, -but they will load-, so you can reuse all existing work! -> TL.DR up-front conversion hints: - pull lightsource->ambient down to 0,0,0 (or at least a small value to avoid loss in fidelity of the colors) - crank up lightsource->emission to 255,255,255 and tweak the color from there (to get a good contrast on the shading) - tweak the lightsource->height and the two emission-scales (and try to keep the light range really really really large before tweaking the rest of the light parameters!) - if doing nightmods, try to avoid manually toning down all images and materials, but rather just use the light emission settings including the new night->day slider (this will allow the user to tweak the brightness of the table on his/her own afterwards) - revisit all physics settings, even if you used VP9Physmod(5) before (only the re-enabled friction and scatter in the physmod5 case though) - take a look into the new material editor and assign a material to each object on the table - use flashers when doing special lighting effects/gi-changes/night mods (and tweak existing ones by playing with the opacity (can be >100%) and modulate options), otherwise try to stick with the newly redone (bulb-)light elements (flashers and bulblights are cheaper to render than other elements) - revisit CommandReference.txt for all commands that have changed names/behavior, were replaced or deleted A special thanks has to go out to our awesome alpha testers/improvers: Unclewilly, JPSalas and JimmyFingers!
  5. Version 1.0

    1,276 downloads

    HyperPin Media Pack for 24 by freneticamnesic Backglass by: Wildman Wheel Image by: freneticamnesic
  6. Version 1.0

    297 downloads

    HyperPin Media Pack for The Champion Pub by Bally 1998 Visual Pinball recreation by mfuegemann (v1.1) (VPF8692) Backglass Image based on B2S by Wildman Table Image added by Dazz Wheel Image by LoadedWeapon Flyers from The Arcade Flyer Archive
  7. Version v 2.5

    8,018 downloads

    *Warning* Some Future Pinball tables may not work with this version of Future Pinball. ** Note ** This file requires that you already have Future Pinball installed. Drop this file into your Future Pinball installation directory. Improvements: - Settings for ball mass, gravity, surfaces and flippers have all been improved to more accurately match the behavior of real pinball (or as close as FP and the Newton Engine can get). - Some dll files have been updated with latest versions. - The 800 object limitation for table construction has been increased to 3000. - Arcade Lighting settings that were present in the pre-2010 version of FP are now back. - Startup screen, FP watermark and loading information have been removed to speed up loading time. There are 2 versions - 2.5.165 and 2.5.178: Version 2.5.165 (Authors) - Textures are loaded into the editor for table creation. Version 2.5.178 (Players) - No textures are loaded into the editor, faster loading time (newest version of dll used). Both versions are identical apart form the dll used to access the textures for the editor. 165 is the old version, 178 is the newest and more stable version but it doesn't load the textures into the editor. Backup your existing files first or create a new directory. Unpack, copy and paste all the files into your FP directory (replace the old files when prompted) Kudos and thanks to the team involved with this update. Any problems, please discuss them here in VPUniverse.
  8. Future Pinball

    Version v 1.9.1.20101231

    688 downloads

    Official Future Pinball release. v1.9.1.20101231
  9. Visual PinMAME Full Install

    Version v.2.5

    2,050 downloads

    Visual PinMAME emulates the various Pinball CPU via ROM. Visual PinMAME is interfaced with Visual Pinball to allow the emulation of pinball machines.
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