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  1. View File Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) Mod Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) Mod Version 1.0 by HiRez00 and Xenonph This is my first official mod / table release, and I wanted to do something unique and special with it. This was a labor of love pinball table created as a dedication to the late, great filmmaker George A. Romero, who single-handedly created and stamped the "zombie" genre with his original classic "Night of the Living Dead" in 1968. This film set the benchmark and tone for all "zombie" movies and TV shows that followed. Had he not made this great film that terrified millions of people, the zombie trend that is now upon us would have never existed, ever. How many filmmakers created a genre that has been imitated, copied and downright ripped off like the one he started on a shoe-string budget? None. When I first saw this incredible B&W classic in the late 70s - early 80s, it absolutely changed my life. I was in awe of how he was able to create tension and fear without ANY blood and guts at all. It turns out, when they made the film, they had a very small budget and couldn't afford anything like that ... but DID add these elements in later films like "Dawn of the Dead" in 1978. For his amazing creativity, wonderful personality, and moral message within each of his films, he was truly one of a kind, and will be missed. He may be gone ... but his incredible movies will be watched and remembered forever. George A. Romero (1940 – 2017) - father, film maker, friend, may you rest in peace. ------------- This is a graphics and sound mod of Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974). Thanks to Loserman76 for allowing us to mod his original table. I chose his table because it played perfectly to what I wanted for this new table design and could be adjusted and modified fairly easily. His exact words when asked permission were: "Go for it!". Original Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974) can be found here: http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=13254 Every graphic / image from the original table has been re-drawn (from scratch), heavily modified, or swapped out completely for new ones for a brand new layout. Multiple elements were also moved and adjusted to work with the new layout design. This table would not have been possible without the hard work, dedication and collaboration from Xenonph. Well known for his great sound and "flashers" mods to several tables, this time around he REALLY "stepped up to the plate" and took a BIG swing at adding all the additional features of sound, lighting, and additional extensive scripting this table needed. I am very grateful to have collaborated with such a talent as him. With every project, he goes over and above what is expected and never ceases to amaze me to how much he contributes to making tables and here on the forums. I can't thank him enough for weeks of time he put into making this table with me. This new table is NOT a solo release. This is a collaborative release from both me (HiRez00) AND Xenonph. There are 2 versions of this Night of the Living Dead (1968) table you can download: NOTLD-68 Mod v.1.x and NOTLD-68 Grunge-Mod v.1.x. NOTLD-68 Mod v.1.x is the standard 'clean and new' looking version. NOTLD-68 Grunge-Mod v.1.x is a totally 'distressed' and 'grunge' looking version as if this table was originally designed by Gottlieb and built and then stored in an old barn or warehouse for 40+ years ... to be recently discovered and played. Both tables play exactly the same and use the same custom 'Music' files. The grunge mod started as an experiment to see if we could do it realistically, and it turned out amazing. I am partial to the 'Grunge-Mod' version and prefer that version now. Because this was originally a EM (Electro-Mechanical) table, there are no ROMs to download or install. Place the files in the 'music' folder in your music folder located where you installed Visual Pinball - VPX. (DO NOT PLAY THE MUSIC AS THIS MAY ADD A TAG TO MP3 AND RENDER MP3 USELESS!!) If you would like to change the game options / settings (3 ball and 5 ball and bonus options), when game is not in progress, holding down left flipper for about 3-5 seconds will bring up the options menu. Left Flipper selects item and Right flipper changes option. If you plan on using this table in a cabinet, we have created 2 versions of the backglass, one in approx 4x3 aspect ratio and one in 16x9 aspect ratio for widescreen monitors. You can download the original backglass files here: DOF commands (as in the original table) are included within the script, but you will need to add the functionality to your DirectOutputConfig.ini file as this is an EM table that has not been added to DOF. For those of you (like me) that are using a PinDMD3, we have included a folder of DMD images and MP4 videos you can use in conjuncture with whatever front end software you are using so your DMD will not remain blank or static during game play. All pics, trademarks, logos and sounds belong to their respectful owners. This table is for personal home, and non-commercial entertainment use only. Most of the media used to create this table is freely available on the internet and should be consider as non-profit fan art. Submitter HiRez00 Submitted 06/25/2018 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name Link to B2S http://vpuniverse.com/forums/files/file/5151-night-of-the-living-dead-68-original-2018-b2s-backglass/ Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod No VP Version v10  
  2. Version 1.0.0

    173 downloads

    Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) Mod Version 1.0 by HiRez00 and Xenonph This is my first official mod / table release, and I wanted to do something unique and special with it. This was a labor of love pinball table created as a dedication to the late, great filmmaker George A. Romero, who single-handedly created and stamped the "zombie" genre with his original classic "Night of the Living Dead" in 1968. This film set the benchmark and tone for all "zombie" movies and TV shows that followed. Had he not made this great film that terrified millions of people, the zombie trend that is now upon us would have never existed, ever. How many filmmakers created a genre that has been imitated, copied and downright ripped off like the one he started on a shoe-string budget? None. When I first saw this incredible B&W classic in the late 70s - early 80s, it absolutely changed my life. I was in awe of how he was able to create tension and fear without ANY blood and guts at all. It turns out, when they made the film, they had a very small budget and couldn't afford anything like that ... but DID add these elements in later films like "Dawn of the Dead" in 1978. For his amazing creativity, wonderful personality, and moral message within each of his films, he was truly one of a kind, and will be missed. He may be gone ... but his incredible movies will be watched and remembered forever. George A. Romero (1940 – 2017) - father, film maker, friend, may you rest in peace. ------------- This is a graphics and sound mod of Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974). Thanks to Loserman76 for allowing us to mod his original table. I chose his table because it played perfectly to what I wanted for this new table design and could be adjusted and modified fairly easily. His exact words when asked permission were: "Go for it!". Original Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974) can be found here: http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=13254 Every graphic / image from the original table has been re-drawn (from scratch), heavily modified, or swapped out completely for new ones for a brand new layout. Multiple elements were also moved and adjusted to work with the new layout design. This table would not have been possible without the hard work, dedication and collaboration from Xenonph. Well known for his great sound and "flashers" mods to several tables, this time around he REALLY "stepped up to the plate" and took a BIG swing at adding all the additional features of sound, lighting, and additional extensive scripting this table needed. I am very grateful to have collaborated with such a talent as him. With every project, he goes over and above what is expected and never ceases to amaze me to how much he contributes to making tables and here on the forums. I can't thank him enough for weeks of time he put into making this table with me. This new table is NOT a solo release. This is a collaborative release from both me (HiRez00) AND Xenonph. There are 2 versions of this Night of the Living Dead (1968) table you can download: NOTLD-68 Mod v.1.x and NOTLD-68 Grunge-Mod v.1.x. NOTLD-68 Mod v.1.x is the standard 'clean and new' looking version. NOTLD-68 Grunge-Mod v.1.x is a totally 'distressed' and 'grunge' looking version as if this table was originally designed by Gottlieb and built and then stored in an old barn or warehouse for 40+ years ... to be recently discovered and played. Both tables play exactly the same and use the same custom 'Music' files. The grunge mod started as an experiment to see if we could do it realistically, and it turned out amazing. I am partial to the 'Grunge-Mod' version and prefer that version now. Because this was originally a EM (Electro-Mechanical) table, there are no ROMs to download or install. Place the files in the 'music' folder in your music folder located where you installed Visual Pinball - VPX. (DO NOT PLAY THE MUSIC AS THIS MAY ADD A TAG TO MP3 AND RENDER MP3 USELESS!!) If you would like to change the game options / settings (3 ball and 5 ball and bonus options), when game is not in progress, holding down left flipper for about 3-5 seconds will bring up the options menu. Left Flipper selects item and Right flipper changes option. If you plan on using this table in a cabinet, we have created 2 versions of the backglass, one in approx 4x3 aspect ratio and one in 16x9 aspect ratio for widescreen monitors. You can download the original backglass files here: DOF commands (as in the original table) are included within the script, but you will need to add the functionality to your DirectOutputConfig.ini file as this is an EM table that has not been added to DOF. For those of you (like me) that are using a PinDMD3, we have included a folder of DMD images and MP4 videos you can use in conjuncture with whatever front end software you are using so your DMD will not remain blank or static during game play. All pics, trademarks, logos and sounds belong to their respectful owners. This table is for personal home, and non-commercial entertainment use only. Most of the media used to create this table is freely available on the internet and should be consider as non-profit fan art.
  3. View File Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) B2S Backglass Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) B2S Backglass files. In order to accommodate just about everyone playing new table "mod" creation, we decided it would be best to make backglass files that would suit everyone's setup. There are 2 version of the backglass, a 4x3 version scaled to the size originally used for the Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974) table which this mod was based on, but also include a 16x9 version in the correct aspect ratio for "cabinet" players using 16x9 monitors. Thanks to Loserman76 for the original table / backglass and to my collaborator Xenonph who without his help these new table(s) wouldn't have been possible. Submitter HiRez00 Submitted 06/24/2018 Category B2S Backglasses  
  4. Version 1.0.0

    112 downloads

    Night of the Living Dead '68 (Original 2018) B2S Backglass files. In order to accommodate just about everyone playing new table "mod" creation, we decided it would be best to make backglass files that would suit everyone's setup. There are 2 version of the backglass, a 4x3 version scaled to the size originally used for the Out of Sight (Gottlieb 1974) table which this mod was based on, but also include a 16x9 version in the correct aspect ratio for "cabinet" players using 16x9 monitors. Thanks to Loserman76 for the original table / backglass and to my collaborator Xenonph who without his help these new table(s) wouldn't have been possible.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Night of the Living Dead '68 (Gottlieb) - Wheel Pack 3 PNG versions of the NOTLD-68 wheel image. Wheel 1: 1693 x 1653 pixels Wheel 2: 1467 x 1433 pixels Wheel 3: 1283 x 1249 pixels
  6. Version 1.0.0

    57 downloads

    Wheel images for Xenonph's new TRON Classic 2018 VPX tabl. An original / fantasy table that SHOULD have been made to honor the amazing original movie. Not to be confused with Stern's Tron Legacy. PNG format with transparencies. Includes 2 versions: Tron Classic: Normal - for lighter backgrounds Tron Classic: Shadowed - for darker backgrounds See samples.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    189 downloads

    TRON Classic (Original 2018) Backglass ... the pinball that SHOULD have been made in 1982! These are the animated backglass files for TRON Classic (Original 2018). This project was my first VPX table and also my first collaboration with Xenonph. This was the seemingly perfect combo of my graphics capabilities and his amazing scripting, sound, and just pure dauntless energy to do something truly fantastic. I can not even express in words how great it was to work with someone for my first VPX table that had so much enthusiasm, skill, and concentration on all the details. It was not only a great learning experience doing things I've never done before (learning VPX and B2S Backglass Designer) , but also a tremendous amount of FUN, too! In order to accommodate just about everyone playing this extremely detailed "mod" of a great table, we decided it would be best to created backglass files that would suit everyone's setup. There are 2 version of the backglass, the original 4x3 version that was originally used for the Gottlieb Panthera table which this mod was based on, but also include a 16x9 version in the correct aspect ratio for "cabinet" players using 16x9 monitors. Xenonph thanks all the contributors involved in the actual "table" files, but I just also want to thank all those who contributed to the scripting, functions, and inspiration that make this TRON Classic a truly great table to play. I am not being biased, but this is by far my favorite table now.
  8. TRON Classic (Original 2018) Backglass View File TRON Classic (Original 2018) Backglass ... the pinball that SHOULD have been made in 1982! These are the animated backglass files for TRON Classic (Original 2018). This project was my first VPX table and also my first collaboration with Xenonph. This was the seemingly perfect combo of my graphics capabilities and his amazing scripting, sound, and just pure dauntless energy to do something truly fantastic. I can not even express in words how great it was to work with someone for my first VPX table that had so much enthusiasm, skill, and concentration on all the details. It was not only a great learning experience doing things I've never done before (learning VPX and B2S Backglass Designer) , but also a tremendous amount of FUN, too! In order to accommodate just about everyone playing this extremely detailed "mod" of a great table, we decided it would be best to created backglass files that would suit everyone's setup. There are 2 version of the backglass, the original 4x3 version that was originally used for the Gottlieb Panthera table which this mod was based on, but also include a 16x9 version in the correct aspect ratio for "cabinet" players using 16x9 monitors. Xenonph thanks all the contributors involved in the actual "table" files, but I just also want to thank all those who contributed to the scripting, functions, and inspiration that make this TRON Classic a truly great table to play. I am not being biased, but this is by far my favorite table now. Submitter HiRez00 Submitted 06/01/2018 Category B2S Backglasses  
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