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Capersville (Bally 1966)

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Scottacus Created by
Bord and Scottacus Artwork by
Scottacus Scripting by
Bally Manufacturer
1966 Year

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Capersville is an awesome Ted Zale table that features many of his innovations including zipper flippers, multi-stage captured ball, different game modes, closable one-way gates and multiball.  You might think that we're talking about a modern table design but this was from 1966!   

 

This hybrid Desktop, Cab and VR all in one table of Capersville is bilingual and can be switched between the English and German versions via the left flipper button options menu.

The table is set as desktop/cab and to play in VR just edit the top section of the script.  To alter the table's settings please hold the left flipper button between games to enter the game options menu.  To change the LUT for the table hold the magnasave button between games.

 

Features include:

- VR mode with selectable room/minimal views in game using the left flipper options menu between games

-Bord blender renders

-Addition of the most resent nFozzy and crew physics

-Onevox's LUTs for on the fly contrast and brightness control

-New three dimensional sound routines from Whirlwind

-New save file system that has an easy to read text file and is game version specific to prevent problems when upgrading

-New scoring logic that blocks scores that occur too fast for an EM pin mech (again from Whirlwind)

 

NOTE: this table has only been tested in 10.6 but reports are that my tables run fine in 10.7 so that may be the case for this table as well

 

Thanks to all of the folks who helped bring this table to completion, especially the VR discord group who got me going with VR!

https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=431
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v10.6 optional

What's New in Version 2.16

Released

Removed the test keys section that is mapped to 'a', 's' and 'd' to prevent issues for cabs with buttons mapped to these keys.

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bietekwiet

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This one is fantastic! If you think EM's are simplistic, think again. This one has bells and whistles and there is a lot about this game to explore.

The recreation is top notch with great visuals, great sound and it plays like a dream.

 

Thank you so much, this is becoming one of my favorite tables rapidly!

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rudil24

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Amazing upgrade! If you thought Scottacus couldn't make this 66 classic any better, he upleveled on you again! Improved lighting with LUT choices, improved backglass, VR-ready, looks gorgeous in a cab, and the best part: IMPROVED PHYSICS that give it that little bit more oomph if you were wishing for that in the last version. Well done and THANK YOU Scottacus for your art, this goes into my cab showcase list now.

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studlygoorite

  

Love playing these older tables, this looks and plays great.....especially in VR, thanks for that!!

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dielated

  

4 Million BC is one of my favorite EMs, so stoked to be introduced to this new family member. Thanks Scottacus for these beatiful builds! The gameplay/look/sounds are all top notch!

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