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Sesame Street

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5 From 6 reviews
71.44 MB File Size
playboyb ROM Name
ninjafu Created by
ninjafu Artwork by
Bally Manufacturer
1978 Year

2 Screenshots

300 year ago (I did a quick Google so my math might be off) I decided to see how extreme opposite of a Bally 1978 Playboy table I could mod. As you can see...I am clearly broken.


This is my very first attempt at anything like this, so be gentle. 


This is a reskin built on the work of many giants before me of the Playboy table done by GoldChicco & HiRez00, with original table authors ICPjuggla & gtxjoe based on Original VPX table: Gemini by BorgDog. Say that three times fast.


I've tweaked the art some from my original upload back in the vpinball days (kept wanting to get around to a redo of the B2s but it looks like Ryguy417 JUST uploaded a much cooler b2s w/full DMD (haven't tried it YET, but it looks amazing).


I've included all the music (which you can adjust with your magna buttons, or turn off if you're an absolute monster). Just place the SesameStreet folder directly in your music folder, and that it. I genuinely had NO idea if anyone would even care to try this out and was flattered that not only did people download it back in the day, but that there are still requests for it. So here it is. My first, and hopefully not my last (maybe I should try the opposite, and take something like Flintstones and make it nightmare inducing! Seriously I should figure out what my next theme should be...am I still talking in brackets? My bad!).


DOF should work a treat as well since it worked for the Playboy table.

That is all, as always, your ever so humble ninjafu


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

Gives me already a smile seeing and downloading it....

remembers me of the times watching the program on TV with the kids when they were young, will now play the table with them,
thanks 👍

Response from the author:

Picking  the music and working on the images really brought me back to when I was a kid and gave me fond memories. Glad it is having the same affect on others Joppnl, thank you very much for the kind words

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

Thank you very much for re-uploading it...you don't know how excited it makes me

Response from the author:

Y'know it's this kind of love that makes me want to start on another table...thank YOU retroseriestv50 for the kind words

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

Thanks for re-releasing this, @ninjafu! It's a favorite mod of mine and I greatly enjoy the extreme stretch of the spectrum on this one :)

Response from the author:

Thank you so much Ryguy417! It's awesome to hear of others enjoying the time I put into this one :D

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

Simply brilliant!
Love the concept of basing it on the Playboy table.
Bring a big smile to my face, as did reading the 'about this file'

Thanks for the work, and for the share!

Response from the author:

Thank YOU for the kind words RetroRitchie, and I'm glad the 'about this file' didn't scare you away from giving it a try :D - LOVE hearing that people enjoy the work that went into this, so thank you very much for that

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

great table brings back memories just really fun..i don't comment on alot of tables but this one .i'm playing the heck out of it..

Response from the author:

Glad to hear you're enjoying the table erikb9963, as I too have played the heck out of it and the songs still get me right in the feels :D - thank you very much for the kind words

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I've never seen a better use of theme than The Count, counting up the multiball lock.


Just brilliant

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