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Time Fantasy (Williams 1983)

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4.8 From 11 reviews
69.49 MB File Size
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Goldchicco, Rajo Joey, Arrestis, 32assassin, Mfuegemann Created by
Mfuegemann Artwork by
Goldchicco, Rajo Joey Scripting by
Williams Manufacturer
1983 Year

4 Screenshots

A rebuilt of 32assassin table ver 1.1
Artwork by Mfuegemanns

Special thanks to Arestis for reworking the Playfield and the plastics

Special thanks to Rajo Joey for the VR Rooms and the LUT codes


Only 608 units made in real life of this machine, so enjoy this rare gem!!!!


It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode. VR headset is automatically detected. There are two VR rooms; the minimal room and a sphere. The default is the sphere. The room can be switched in line 17 of the script. I added the following things: VR rooms, artwork for cabinet, backbox, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with left magnasave button).


What's New:
' New lights, new lighting
' Added Flippers Shadows and Ball Shadows
' New table physics

' Added nFozzy flippers physics
' Added Fleep Sounds

' Correct few elements position and physics properties
' New script
' Playfield image reworked

' Plastics image reworked

' VR Added
' Reworked all the images, cleaned and upscaled
' Changed  Targets physics
' Corrected Bumpers Height

' Repositioned Bumpers correctly
' Tuned Bumpers force

' Corrected metal wired items with correct materials
' Tuned Slingshots rubbers
' Added\Adjusted missing and existing mechanical sounds and replaced ball rolling sound
' Reworked the GI
' Tuned Slingshots force
' Corrected Rubbers Hit Height
' Added LUT code
' New instruction Cards in the apron
' Adjusted table elements physics
' Some other stuff I forgot since it was a project started long time ago


Hope you enjoy it and please leave constructive feedback or comments in the support topic and will try to make it better.
All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners.
Permission to Mod: Ask the Author First (no light, lighting, layout and physics will be allowed - this is not  mod to me but just  personal tweaking of the table - so I am posting this table exclusively here on VPUniverse


A great tutorial about this machine can be found here: 


PS: If you don't have analog nudging then Rajo Joey suggest to change the sensibility to 1 if you are use Digital Nudging:

Lines 311 to 313

    If keycode = LeftTiltKey Then Nudge 90, 5:SoundNudgeLeft()
    If keycode = RightTiltKey Then Nudge 270, 5:SoundNudgeRight()
    If keycode = CenterTiltKey Then Nudge 0, 3:SoundNudgeCenter()


change to:


    If keycode = LeftTiltKey Then Nudge 90, 1:SoundNudgeLeft()
    If keycode = RightTiltKey Then Nudge 270, 1:SoundNudgeRight()
    If keycode = CenterTiltKey Then Nudge 0, 1:SoundNudgeCenter()


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

Thank you, she looks beautiful.
And thanks to RpT this thing is a light show even the neighbors can see hehe ;)

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

Yey, new version! Preview my lightshow from the old version here - was super proud of getting this approved to the configtool ❤️ 


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

Table worked great. Lighting was on point with the luts supplied. Ball physics were pretty good. The table is something i've never seen before and it's good to be surprised like this. Thanks!!!

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

Great update !

thank you Goldchicco 

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

Great table. Thanks tho everyone involved on this recreation.

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

Nice! This is a keeper, both versions, VPX and VR look, play and feel great. Thanks

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

Goldchicco returns... and immediately strikes with full force :)

Beautiful work, thanks! 

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

Fantastic release (eh, see what I did there?)! The upgraded sounds, physics, attention to small details make this a real pleasure for all the pinballing senses. Goldchicco is back with new tricks up his sleeve!

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

Looks and plays great! THE trippiest table from the 80s, and that is saying something....

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· Edited by Neutron

   0 of 1 member found this review helpful 0 / 1 member

Despite the blurb mentioning a lot of stuff having been changed, the only real discernable difference for me to earlier versions of the table from 32assassin and ganjafarmer is the quite superior ball physics which was way too erratic before. On the other hand the "TIME" shots are now much more difficult to achieve. Considering the table's looks and playability have not much changed, to me this is at best an average effort.

Response from the author:

Totally agree with you, the two table are looking the same.

The two pictures are showing the difference.

Previous table script was 688 lines, the new one got 2691.

Fleep sounds, nFozzy physics and new materials addiction using  VPin Workshop Example & Resource Table makes the two tables playing the same.

Also the fact the the previous was built in 10.4 and the new one in 10.7.2.

Previous table slope was at 6 min and 6 max, the new one is at 4.85 min and 5.25 max.

Pop bumpers and Slingshots Force, Hit Threshold and Scattered angles are different (7-1-0 vs 10-1.6-2).

Rubbers Elasticity Falloff, Friction and Height Hits are different (0.3-0.6-30 vs 0.4-0.8-25).

Flipper physics are totally different and so on and so on.

Hard to think that the two tables play similar.

Thanks for your feedback and the opportunity to bring forward few of the changes applied to the new table. 


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This is a really cool table, great work! Thanks to all involved. 5 stars *****

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