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Rapid Fire (Bally 1982) Authentic / Fantasy B2S Backglass + Wheel - 2 Screen + 3 Screen

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Rapid Fire (Bally 1982) Authentic / Fantasy B2S Backglass + Wheel - 2 Screen + 3 Screen

 

This is a brand new high-resolution 2500px backglass for Rapid Fire (Bally 1982) with authentic lighting and coloring.

 

Backglass has Authentic (turn on) lighting using a reverse matte from the backside of the original backglass. It also has Fantasy Mode (Select by Right Clicking the Backglass and Set Mode to 'Fantasy') that has the same turn on feature - but all an animation of the projectiles from the laser gun.

 

Includes new high-quality Wheel as well to match the backglass.

 

I don't think the Rapid Fire VPX table was ever DOF'ed, but Hyperball has DOF included currently. So if someone wants to DOF the Rapid Fire VPX table (someone who knows how to do it properly), and let me know, that would be greatly appreciated.

 

The TABLE can be found here.

 

IPDB Info about the table:

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'Rapid Fire' was Bally's response to Williams' 1981 'Hyperball'. The pre-production working name of this game was 'Cross Fire' as evidenced in Bally's "Numerical List of Machines".

 

At Chicago Expo 2009, former President of Williams Electronics Michael Stroll said that at the time of this game's making, Williams referred to it as "Operation Xerox".

 

Jim Patla told us that the rush to get this game to market meant that it was produced in only 6 weeks (instead of a normal one year's time) but there were problems with the gun assembly.

 

Patla estimated that it fired at 14 balls per second which in the course of steady use caused gun failure on location. He wanted a spare gun to be included in the cash box of each shipped game but management didn't agree, saying that that would be acknowledging that the game had troubles.

 

Leftover cabinets from this production run were used in producing the following games:

 

'Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man Pinball', May 1982
'Eight Ball Deluxe Limited Edition'', October 1982
'Centaur II', June 1983

 

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TT11

  

Great update of the BG.  Thank you very much!!

 

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