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  1. Flying Turns - Midway 1964 - VPX - vpPlus

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1964 Midway Flying Turns pinball machine.
     
    Several options you can turn on in the script.
    Line 8 - netplayenabled = true. This enables peer to peer network play via vpPlus (explained later in this discrption).False = off
    Line 14 - handsenabled = true. This enables virtual hands to use the controls. False = off
    Line 20 - musictalkenabled = true. This enables my choice of music from the 1964 era to be played. In game you can turn on/off with the "f" key. Also enables me getting angry when the ball play is short. False = off always.
     
    There is a B2S backglass included and a wheel art logo in the table zip file. Cab people, you know what to do with B2S and Wheel art.
     
    VPPLUS!!!
    Peer to peer 2 player games over the internet!!!
    If you want to give this a try, get the vpPlus plugin installer here.
    https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=3057
     
    Let me just say this, vpPlus can be pretty touchy to install and use and what I type in this discription is all the support you will get from me. This is not to say that it is not awesome or the most fun way to play this table, because its a freaking blast when you get it working. So lets start with the installing.
     
    INSTALLING VPPLUS: To install, extract the vpPlus zip file some where. Now RIGHT CLICK Setup.exe and run as ADMINISTRATOR. After that just follow the install. Its important that the program gets installed as ADMINISTRATOR to register the com object with Windows. The other thing that is very important is that VPX is also run as ADMINISTRATOR.
     
    The ideal way to play this vpPlus table is to establish a voice over ip chat through like Discord or TeamSpeak or someother voice activated voice chat. So you can talk to the person you are playing against. I use Discord. Make this audio connection first before running the table. If you are hosting the table, share with the other person your IP address to connect to (your external IP address. If you don't know what it is you can get it by going to this site. https://whatismyipaddress.com/
     
    VERY IMPORTANT!!! THE ONLY WAY TO LAUNCH THE TABLE IS TO DOUBLE CLICK THE .VPX TABLE FILE. YOU CAN NOT OPEN VPX EDITOR FIRST OR LAUNCH THE TABLE THROUGH PINBALLX. I'm not sure why, but if you load the table any other way you will get Socket# 0 errors and the table won't launch. Once the table is launched by double clicking the table file it will open and run the table. Two coins will be automatically dropped and two start buttons will automatically be pressed too. Also after you play a full game, and both of you decide to play another game, the 5 key will drop two coins and press the start button twice automatically to start the next match.  Anyway, once you start the table successfully the connection dialog box will appear shortly after the coins and the start buttons are pressed.
     
    THE HOST: This is the person that is willing to share his IP address and open two ports through his firewall and/or router. By default vpPlus uses ports 12345 and 12346 for its communication. You can set different ports if you choose on the dialog box when you host, but they need to be open through your firewall and/or router.
     
    THE CONNECTING MACHINE: When the hosting person says he is hosting, then the joining person picks the option to join and types the hosting persons IP address and click OK.
    Leave the Disable UPnP checkbox checked.
     
    Now if you did everything right and don't get a Socket# 0 error, then you will get a dialog box to enter your name. After both of you have entered your names and click OK, the game will start. The hosting person is player 1 and starts the game. After his ball drains, the visiting player gets control and can play their ball.
     
    ONE OTHER IMPORTANT THING!!! ONCE YOU GET CONNECTED AND ARE PLAYING, DON'T PAUSE THE GAME OR CLICK ON ANOTHER WINDOW. In other words don't lose focus on VPX or the connection will crash. You probably will have a crash when one of you decide to leave.
     
    Again I need to stress that vpPlus is AS IS and I will not support it, so don't PM me. If you can't figure it out from this point then just disable it at line 8 in the script and play flying turns like any other table. You can even launch it with pinballx if you don't use vpPlus. But if you can get a good stable connection with someone and you can talk to them via Discord, its a real blast.
     
    These directions will be included in the zip file too.
     
    I hope some of you try out the P2P netplay, its a lot of fun.
    -Rascal

    64 downloads

    Submitted

  2. VPX Foosball 2019

    Another crazy not pinball creation by Rascal. VPX Foosball 2019 is just that, a foosball game. It does auto row switching for you so you just need to control one row. You can control it with several different controllers (Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick X and Y axis, Joystick X and Y Rotation, Joystick POV, or on a cab with left flipper, left magna-save, right flipper, and right magna-save). You can play against another player with sharing a keyboard (w, a, s, z for red team and arrow keys for blue team). You can also play red team joystick and blue team mouse. Then there is the red team set to AI which is insane, but crazy fun. See if your good enough to beat the AI. All these option choices are in the script at the top. If for any reason the ball gets in a dead state, you can hit "k" on the keyboard or do a forward nudge on a cab to give the ball a little kick.
    Included in the download is the table, a b2s, a logo art, and the vpmousejoystick com plugin to get the mouse and joystick functions into VPX. There is a instruction to install text file included too.
    Hope you try it and like it.
    -Rascal

    66 downloads

    Submitted

  3. Sharpshooter - Bally 1961

    This is not a pinball machine... surprise! This is a vacuum launch shooting gallery. It is a remake of a 1961 Bally Sharpshooter. I made this table a long time ago and it was originally made for desktop users exclusively. Finding a good view for virtual cab users is pretty much impossible.  However, I did make a rotated view (rotated 270) and also made a B2S for it. The thing is, you can't play it on a cab without a keyboard, mouse, or a usb gamepad with a thumb pad.
    Years ago, before VP was even open source, I made a COM interop program to communicate joystick and mouse input with VP via vbscript. Well I dug that COM interop source code back up and recompiled it in Visual Studio 2019. This plugin when installed will allow this game to use three different type of controls to move and shoot the gun. Best control is the mouse in my opinion, but it takes a little calibration in the beginning to move the gun to all four corners. The next control would be a gamepad with a 8 way thumb pad and whatever buttons you have set to be flippers in VP to shoot. Lastly you can use the number pad on a keyboard as a 8 way control and use whatever buttons you have set to be flippers on the keyboard.
    A text install instructions is in the download zip file.
    I hope you bother to install this and I hope you enjoy it.
    -Rascal

    61 downloads

    Submitted

  4. Ten Strike Classic - Benchmark Games Inc. 2003

    Ten Strike Classic, Benchmark Games, 2003, two players. This is a reissue and copy of the 1957 Williams Ten Strike. This new 10 Strike uses identical cabinet and art as the original, but has solidstate guts and LED style score displays (instead of score reels). Has two bells (one and ten points) for sound. Scores like regulation bowling, or with a flip of a switch, scores like the original 1957 Williams Ten Strike. Made in Korea specifically for Benchmark, and available only in the five foot length (unlike the original 1957 Williams Ten Strike, which came in both five and seven foot lengths).
    No rom needed.
    Included is the B2S backglass and wheel logo.

    89 downloads

    Updated

  5. Strike Zone - (Williams 1984)

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1984 Williams Strike Zone Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "szone_l5.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection. Selections are Regulation, Flash, Strike 90, Triple Strike, and Advance.

    51 downloads

    Submitted

  6. Pompeii - Williams 1978

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams Pompeii Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "pomp_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection. Selections are Regulation, Flash, Strike 90, 800, and Advance.

    38 downloads

    Submitted

  7. Aristocrat - Williams 1979

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams Aristocrat Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "arist_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    34 downloads

    Updated

  8. King Tut - Williams 1979

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams King Tut Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "kingt_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection. Selections are Regulation, Flash, Strike 90, 800, and Pyramid.

    41 downloads

    Submitted

  9. Top Dawg - Williams 1988

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1988 Williams Top Dawg Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "tdawg_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    31 downloads

    Updated

  10. Shuffle Inn - Williams 1989

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1989 Williams Shuffle Inn Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "shfin_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    30 downloads

    Submitted

  11. Alley Cats - Williams 1985

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1985 Williams Alley Cat Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "alcat_l7.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    61 downloads

    Updated

  12. Gold Mine - Williams 1988

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1988 Williams Gold Mine Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "gmine_l2.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
     
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
     
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    43 downloads

    Updated

  13. Strike Master - Williams 1991

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1991 Williams Strike Master Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "strik_l4.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Thanks to Wildman for the backglass image from the vp9 version.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.

    54 downloads

    Submitted

  14. League Champ - Williams 1996 - VPX

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1996 Williams League Champ Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "lc_11.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.
    Thanks to roccodimarco for his League Champ hood panel image.
    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.
    Left Magna key for the game selection.

    70 downloads

    Updated

  15. Ready Aim Fire (Gottlieb 1983)

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1983 Gottlieb Ready Aim Fire pinball machine. It needs the rom "raimfire
    .zip" to run, you will have to find that yourself. Don't let the music drive you crazy. 
    Thanks to Tab and Destruk for the earlier version to work off of.
    Thanks to Gaston for the emreel script correction.
    Thanks to BorgDog for his awesome Gottlieb EM 42" Template table where I got most of the playfield parts,
    Thanks to Rawd for the physics overhaul.
    Thanks to Arngrim and Thalamus for injecting DOF and SSF into this table.

    260 downloads

    Updated

  16. Barb Wire (Gottlieb 1996)

    This 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.

    574 downloads

    Updated

  17. Mario Andretti (Gottlieb/Premier 1995)

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1995 Gottlieb/Premier Mario Andretti pinball machine. Big thanks to Destruk, Darth Soudiuos, and Joe for their earlier VP8 version.  Thanks to Pinball Ken for his ball collision script and sounds, and JP for his ball rolling script and sounds .  I co-authored this table with Steely. He did some masterful work on the spinner in this table along with other nice improvements. This table is a blast to play. It needs the rom "andretti.zip" to run, you will have to find that yourself.

    517 downloads

    Updated

  18. Raven (Gottlieb/Premier 1986)

    This is a VPX recreation of a 1986 Gottlieb/Premier Raven pinball machine. Big thanks to Destruk, TAB, and Moonchild for their earlier version.  Thanks to CaptainNeo for his playfield scan. It needs the rom "raven.zip" to run, you will have to find that yourself.

    255 downloads

    Updated

  19. Operation Thunder - 1992 - Gottlieb/Premier

    This is a VPX conversion a 1992 Gottlieb Operation Thunder table. Big thanks to mfuegemann for the awesome VP9 version. I saw that someone started to make a VPX version and decided to leave it for anyone to do. The version that mfuegemann did was so well done that I didn't have much to do to it to make it VPX worthy. From his models to the playfield it was all well done and clean, in my opinion. It need the rom "opthund.zip" to run, you will have to find that yourself. Here are some thanks I found in the script.
    Thanks to the following:
    mfuegemann for the masterpiece VP9 version which made this an easy conversion to VPX.
    Akiles5000 for all the resource images of the playfield and plastics
    Batch for creating the Desktop Backdrop image
    Zaphod, Destruk and Scapino for the Vari Target solution from their VP8 table
    Fuzzel for providing the images for the playfield lights
    Kodiac for Flipper Primitive routine
    JPSalas for the Flasher fading code
    Arngrim for the SoundFX code

    336 downloads

    Updated

  20. Gottlieb Monte Carlo - 1987 - VPX

    This is a VPX recreation a 1987 Gottlieb Monte Carlo table. Big thanks to Destruk, Lander, TAB, and XtremeMame for their work on a early version. You will have to do some creative internet searching for the rom "mntecrlo.zip".

    496 downloads

    Updated

  21. Krull (Gottlieb 1983)

    This 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

    378 downloads

    Updated

  22. Jacks to Open (Mylstar/Gottlieb 1984)

    This 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.

    220 downloads

    Updated

  23. Ice Fever (Premier 1985)

    This 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!

    228 downloads

    Updated

  24. Hot Shots (Premier 1989)

    This 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.

    279 downloads

    Updated

  25. Force II (Gottlieb 1981)

    This 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.

    237 downloads

    Updated

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