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Four Million B.C. (Bally 1971)

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Scottacus Created by
Bord and Scottacus Artwork by
Scottacus Scripting by
Bally Manufacturer
1971 Year

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Return to the ancient world of 4 Million BC!  This Bally pin has all of the hallmarks of a classic Zale design: asymmetrical playfield, zipper flippers, locking one way gates, multiple game modes, multiball and his patented mushroom bumpers.  Hard to believe that it is all found in a table from over fifty years ago!

 

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)

 

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

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What's New in Version 2.08   See changelog

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Removed code that mapped test keys to 'a', 's', and 'f' to test keys to prevent issues for cab users that have buttons mapped to these keys.

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Drybonz

  

Hey, Scottacus... great table selections in your uploads.  Glad to see you are still working on these.  Way to go!  👍

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Hompie

  

This takes me back to my youth. I had the real thing in my room. Friends always came to play. I was 12 years old.

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bietekwiet

  

Very well executed EM. Love the soft light and it plays really nice!

Thank you for the hard work.

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