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Crescendo (Gottlieb 1970)_Teisen_MOD

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27.62 MB File Size
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Loserman76, GNance, Noah Fentz, JPSalas, Pinuck, Hauntfreaks, Borgdog, Arngrim, Teisen Created by
Gottlieb Manufacturer
1970 Year

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First I would like to thank Loserman76 for the beautiful work... wherever he is playing pinball!
small changes were made only aesthetically
small improvements in the playfield, plastics, lighting,flippers position...  I want to make it clear that the descriptions for the tables I'm sharing are "standard" for all, changes are made when there is a need for some adjustment.
version used, follow the link to the original table    

Link to Wildman's new B2S   

Adjustments made:
- lighting and playfield lights
- new cap bumpers
- metal side guides
- adjust targets
- adjust screws
- new POV
- plastic transparency adjustment
- adjust playfield color
Description of Loserman76:
VPX conversion
Artwork done by GNance
Source images from Noah Fentz
others to thank: JPSalas, Pinuck, hauntfreaks, Borgdog, Arngrim
in addition to the "standard" keys (typically "1" to start game and "5" for coin), I've added "3" as another coin input and "4" for coin and auto-start game (like I recall the dime slots generally were) to simulate 3 coin slots
when game is not in progress, holding down left flipper for about 3-5 seconds will bring up the options menu. left flipper selects item, right flipper changes option.
I've also included shadows for the ball and flippers. If you want to turn them off look for these lines at the beginning of the script:
Const ShadowFlippersOn = true
Const ShadowBallOn = true
change to false if you want either of the shadows not showing on your tables


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This table has a new graphic. That's good. I don't like old pinball because they was coins eater. No gameplay. This is a classic waste of money for the time. But it is story and deserve to be preservated.


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