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TimeLord (Q-Man v TimeLord) Hybrid

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Avago Created by
Various artists Artwork by
RusstyT,JP Salas, Apophis Scripting by
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2023 Year

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Fire up the dragon, engage you sixth sense and enjoy a wonderful journey through time and space with TimeLord 2.0. The TimeLord journey continues in this exciting update to TimeLord after a 6 month overhaul stint in VPHelp.  The game is now suitable for novices and hard core pinball players alike and you have the option to play in either in either a hard or easy mode. There are beautiful playfield graphics,DMD displays and Oqqsan's light display and plastic effects are mesmerising. Tomates transparent ramps are a work of art and fit spectacularly with the table and all shots can be tracked across the whole table. This update has designed to enhance the charm of the original TimeLord 1.0.  If lucky enough to have VR, Rawd has brought a beautiful original cabinet to life. It is a beautiful piece of work complete with  a mechanical gear clock top the backbox. I hope you enjoy TimeLord 2.0 journey. I certainly have enjoyed this version of the game thanks to the Support and mentoring by jP Salas, incredible talent and ideas from VPin Help and people like Outhere who just pop up and provide DOF to the game.


Incorporated into the game are


NFozzy Physics

Fleep Sounds

Light Inserts



This is a link to the gameplay overview



This is  Link to a game played by pezima77 showing how to complete the tasks to get to the glory table



This is a link for a brief overview  of the callouts in TimeLord 2.0. Callouts are made by the robot, the TimeLord imposter and a choir. 




For those who don't have VR & would like a view of the cabinet and Rawds VR Room this is a link to the VR room tour put together by Smaug and Rawd.


I recommend that you have the latest version of VPinballX10.7, VPinPame 3.4 or later and Freezy DMD is a must although I don't recommend that you select it in the script. I recommend that JPs  DMD flashers are used for cabs, Desktop and VR. These have maximum definition for DMD's and can be used with Pin2DMD's.

The game is not set up for surround sound feedback. It is designed and eq'd for 7.1 surround sound. I recommend that you set Audio options to 7.1 Surround (5th option,Front speakers to back, back speakers to side and Backglass speakers to front and tick Both audio, fx sounds boxes). For people who have mixed audio cards or using playfield monitor speakers as part of the sound set up you may have to allocate sound files to the backglass. For some reason not known to me people with multiple sound devices have all sound files allocated to the table when loading. In the sound manager this will include all music files which start with the prefix "m_" & all callouts which start with the prefix "co_".

For people with DOF TimeLord 2.0 uses the same DOF configuration as the TimeLord 1.0 so the game is set ready to go and should play with no issues.

VR players have the option for a basic room or Rawds room which is selectable in script.


Thankyou to the  amazing crew who have worked with Avago on this project.


Avago are;

JP Salas-Game framework, scripting and mentoring

Rawd- Virtual Reality

Oqqan- Lighting, light sequences, plastic scripting

Aphophis-Mecahnical tilt, scripting and support

Gedankekojote-NFozzy Physics, Fleet Sounds, Luts


Whylte- Final physics & dynamic ball shadow.


Table Testing & Game ideas- PinStratsDan, Joe Soap & Crakkers

Game Ideas & support- Sixtoe & Remdwass

Making it fun-Smaug

Game Design & concept- RusstyT & HP

GamePlay, Scripting, Sound Design, Callouts, Table & Backglass Design- RusstyT

This game uses many objects from other Table Builder including, JP Salas, Flupper1s light inserts and Scotty Wickburgs dragon spinner, rotating bumper caps and rotating eyeballs. The ramp ideas are inspired by TOTAN, Opening ramp inspired by Bride of Pinbot and the 4 kicker centre lane is inspired by the EM game melody. Many thank to all the wonderful authors who provided inspiration for TimeLord 2.0

Edited by RusstyT
The latest version includes a media pac including rules. Also a link to pezzima77's first ball glory table to show how the game is played

Contact Author First.
v10.7 required

What's New in Version 2.0   See changelog


Wheel added to screen shot along with the recently updated version with the media pac including game rules

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   11 of 11 members found this review helpful 11 / 11 members

The first version of this table impressed me greatly with the overall concept, sound design, and modes of play. The complexity and challenge was hands down one of the best experiences I had in 2022. As such, version 1.0 was on my top ten tables of 2022 list. With this update @RusstyT adds more than I ever could have hoped for, including VR, new lights/inserts, and physics updates.

Installation: Straight forward, no fluff. Load and play! Russty even includes a walkthrough of the play with a video link in the table description above.

Play: As mentioned before, this was one of my favorite tables of last year, and now it has improved so much, even the kids are enjoying it more than ever. @RawdVR work is next level amazing, and the physics improvements have REALLY improved my ability to hit the shots I want. Sound design was perfect before, but somehow seriously improved in this version. 2.0 introduces varied play with an Easy and Hard modes. The easy mode allows for progression to happen faster, and my kids absolutely love playing this now.

Graphics: The new playfield lighting/insert and ball shadows work are top notch, this is a huge improvement! The new ramps from @tomate are crisp and amazing to get lost in. The new Dragon disc is very cool, and the table just looks sharp as hell.

Conclusion: Team Avago took an incredible release to the next level here, and It is wonderful to see these collaborations, new authors, and inspired work. You cannot go wrong downloading this, and please leave a like if you enjoy it!

Response from the author:

You fill-in some gaps nicely Smaug. Tomates ramps are a huge part of this release. The ball can be tracked anywhere on the playfield and they sit perfectly into the table. When I first saw them I just couldn't stop looking. He is a craftsman

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   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

This is definitely a new favorite of mine.  The graphics and music are beautiful !  At the beginning of the game, the flippers allow you to select easy/hard which is a feature I wish ALL creators would incorporate into their tables.  I'm not the greatest player and find it very frustrating not to be able to experience all tables.  I feel like with this table I can.


The play is a dream and feels like a real table.  Physics are incredible and angles are true so that I'm hitting most of what I ame for.  Thank you all for a great table !!!!  Love the story about how it came about.


There are only two changes I'd like to see in the future.  1. The numbers to be separated by a "," between the thousands. I find it difficult to easy read the total score because the numbers have no separation that work.  2.  The robot has an Aussie accent.  Usually I have no problem understanding, but am struggling with the robot.  I assume you did the voice Russtyt?  Understood you perfectly on GCC last week.  Maybe have an American accent .  Smauge would be perfect for this I think.


Again, thanks for a beautiful.....and more importunately playable game for all! - Pinballgramps


Earlier, I said that I have a problem understanding the robot.  After watching Russtyt's video......and playing it more times than I can count, I have to take that back.  I'm beginning to understand everything and am enjoying how much it adds to the table !!!  Again, great job everybody !!!!




Response from the author:

Thanks for interesting review. Straight up and down, what you liked and what what you didn't. The GCC release was blast and I enjoy the banter. The comma between numbers is one downside of TimeLord on a pin2DMD but you should see these in desktop mode and VR or if your DMD is a screen or HD Pin2DMD. The Aussie accent will have to stay. Sorry mate! Russell the Robot has the husky voice from drinking too much sump oil. WE all know how much he love a good 1928 vintage tractor sump oil. Great to share the moment on GCC. So much fun

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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Had a chance to play this for a little while now  (2.0) Enjoyed the first release and as others have mentioned this up the game a lot! Great concepts, great sound, great visual, what more can you ask for in a table.  It instantly went into the favorite's table and again have really enjoyed it since. Now stop reading reviews and go get the darn table 🙂 

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Man RusstyT & HP this is some next level stuff! I am very impressed with everything about this table. I spent some time with this table today and fell in love. You have won me over with this hidden gem and anyone that don't get a chance to play it are missing out. Thank you to everyone envolved and I hope to see more from you!

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

What an update! I liked the first table so much already, this just goes above and beyond. Excited to put some serious hours into this one, thank you @RusstyT and all those who contributed their time and talent to this one, really appreciate you sharing this with us!

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

I've had the pleasure of putting a lot of hours into playtesting this and the surprising transitions of the table as you progress past completing the letters to be in the wizard mode to what happens after. Easy\Hard mode for those who want a different challenge and just some fun game play.

Response from the author:

Well put JoeSoap and thanks for giving the game a thorough go over. I'm so stoked the game is now accessible to kids and novices to make plays and enjoy some unexpected transitions and light shows. A minor award at the captive ball, "Chained Lightning" is one of my favourite plays. The table goes dark with a clap of thunder and lightning bolt and oqqsans beautiful lights cascade down the table😁

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

It's a great jump betweeen version 1 and 2. I know, how much work it is in the last months.

It plays and sound much better in the v2. And the new rules are fantastic.


Only minus point: I liked my VR room and Cabinet Artwork in v1 better. 😂


Great work by all involved. It is one of the best original tables. 🤩

Response from the author:

😂 Great to see you up and going again Rajo. People may not understand that I knew very little about pinball and how to build a game and people like you just joined in and made TimeLord 1 happen. TimeLord started with two guys just talking trash and one said to the other we should make a game and write a book and neither had much of a clue how to do either. 😂 And here we are. The journey continue and I've learnt enough to be dangerous.😂 You are and always will be part of the incredible Avago crew who brought TimeLord to life. You are recognised in the attract mode DMD for your contribution to the TimeLord journey. 😊

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

Looks really nice. Beautiful play field/inserts/lights. Well done and ty!


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I just discovered it and it's really very good work! She is very pretty and plays very well! Thank you 😃

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Unfortunately i'm not able to launch the table. I get a number or errors starting with VPX GL 10.7 - Object doesn't support this property or method 'BallShadowA(III).Opacity = 100_AmbientBSFactor. 

Response from the author:

Best way to sort this out is through a VR support forum.  It would be related to your setup. Discord Virtual Pinball chat is also a great source.

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Fantabulous, v2.0 bumps up the wow and fun factor and you gotta love the VR addition. Thanks to all involved!!

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Awesome table! The watches look very cool. Fun table to play thank you!

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