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[New VP10 Alert] Tron Legacy LE Hanibals 4k Edition

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Tron Legacy LE Hanibals 4k Edition


Tx to freneticamnesic for the convert of the FP version to this nice table.

Additionaly tx to using 85vetts script and adapted to work in VPX.
Thanks to rom and Glxb and slamtilt for their FP Version!

I have change this things:

- new real playfield and decals

- new physics

- new lights

- new sounds

- some funny things :D

- Tron Arcade reacts on Game Over by pinball and has demo screens

- New bumper cover mods

- Bike and ship models have glowing lights 

 


 

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I finally got my tax refund gift: a new gaming rig. It's an older rig but designed to handle VPX and beyond. TRON Legacy is one of my favorite tables of all-time...like Top 5. I was overjoyed that both my rig and this table arrived on the same day.

AWESOME WORK. LOVE the lighting -- especially in the darkest Night setting there is. Plays beautifully, too.

Thanks!

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Beautiful looking table.

You obviously spent a lot of time on it, but it's way too easy to play.

I got 50 Mil on 1st ball 1st game.

I tried to change the length of the flippers but it's not straight forward.

Can you explain how to do it please?

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With table loaded into VP Editor, click "Layer" tab at top of editor, then uncheck Layers 2,3,4,5, and 6.

This should give you better access to flippers.

Now click on one of the flippers.

One part of the flipper will be a primitive named "RFLogo". leave that one alone.

You want the other part. Click around the edge of flipper until it says "Flipper" then you will know you have the right part.

Then on right side of editor you will see Position menu. (As seen in pic.) You will find "Length" setting there.

Increase this number to increase the length of flipper.

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Thanks for the Info.

I've only just got around to reading it, but I got it done OK.

I did have to adjust the size of the primitive to make it look right but it wasn't so difficult.

:)

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