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Gyruss Pinball Machine, Game play.

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Me playing a really bad game on my Gyruss machine. Didn't even make it to the second level.

No sound on this video, something wrong with my camera :(

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Pretty sweet Rosve. I'd love to hear the sound with it. I'm assuming you're playing the music from the original Gyruss game.

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Very cool Rosve, that pincab looks like a real table....lol

Great work, I've been thinking of building a real one from scratch myself. Just have to finish my pincab, my silverball mania and a couple of other projects 1st.

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Rosve - I was meaning to ask. What kind of experience did you have before you took on this project? I know that you have the scripting of B2S experience, but what was your hardware and electrical skills like? Did you learn as you go or were you already experienced in the wiring of the hardware.

Also, how is this interfaced into B2S? Is this connected via something like an IPAC to a PC and running VP in the background?

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Rosve - I was meaning to ask. What kind of experience did you have before you took on this project? I know that you have the scripting of B2S experience, but what was your hardware and electrical skills like? Did you learn as you go or were you already experienced in the wiring of the hardware.

Also, how is this interfaced into B2S? Is this connected via something like an IPAC to a PC and running VP in the background?

Not much experience,

A degree in electronics, 5 years as a sheet metal worker, 30 years of programming experience, been working with robotics and machine building for the last 17 years, wood working as a hobby and I used to restore old pinball machines as another hobby.

It's a PC with a LedWiz and an I-Pac, controlled by VP. Simpe but efficient :)

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yeah if amateur rosve can do it anyone can, lol

nice job again rosve makes me really want to do the same one day

what was the final cost do you think, is it an expensive experience ?

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Cheaper or more expensive than a digital machine?

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Another video, with sound this time. Found the volume button on my camera :).

The right ramp is the hardest shot to make but it rewards power ups or level ups so it is important to master it to get a good score.

The total cost (excluding the PC, backglass monitor and legs) was 11000 SEK, roughly 1700 USD.

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I love this thing! That narator that tells you to shoot the right ramp should get a raise in his allowance. :D

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Amazing :)  Very nice to share the gyruss table with us so everyone can play it on their desktop/cabs. Although nothing can beat a real pinball table.   

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damn I got too distracted watching that Taxi video game next to it!

great work on it though and hey even a shitty game is good

when you know you built it yourself!

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