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Escape from the Lost World (Bally 1988)(VR Room)

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167.08 MB File Size
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Rajo Joey, ARMYAVIATION Created by
Bally Manufacturer
1988 Year

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The table is made by @ARMYAVIATION


I would like to thank the following people:

@ARMYAVIATION for the permission to put his tables in a VR-room.
@leojreimroc for the flasher in the backglass and all his help.


If I forget someone, please tell me.


It's a hybrid-table. So you can play in desktop-, cabinet- or VR-mode.
To change the mode, open the script and edit the lines 33/34 at the beginning of the script.


I can't remember all of the changes, unfortunately, since I created the table a few months ago.
I remember, I adjusted a few objects like the apron, which is floating in the air in VR.
The lower field wasn't seeable in VR.
Also I change the text and inserts on the playfield.


This is a very unusual table. Particularly striking is the bridge, which is without sides and requires an accurate shot.


Test it yourself and if you notice anything negative, let me know.


There are two rooms: the minimal room and a sphere. You also changed this at the beginning of the script.

There are also different LUT-files in the table. So you can change the lightning.
For me it looks best with the original LUT file from @ARMYAVIATION (LUT 17).
Click the left magna save-button to change the LUT-file.

Contact Author First.
v10.7 required

What's New in Version 1.0.1



By popular request I have added the wooden bridge and set it as default. 😉
If you prefer the bronze bridge, you can set it at the beginning of the script.


My thanks go to @mike0, who sent me the wooden bridge.

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I never played the original. That being said, it looks amazing with Quality SMAA enabled (anti-aliasing) and totally works on the standard cab (not just VR). 

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Table is awesome in VR and the art silkscreened onto the glass gives it great depth. However, I do not have any ball rolling sounds and can't figure out how to fix it. Thanks for the VR version Rajo.

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