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Slick Chick (Gottlieb 1963) 1.2.1

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Loserman76 Created by
Gottlieb Manufacturer
1963 Year

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Why is Slick Chick one of the Top 10 EM (electro-mechanical) games voted by players on IPDB (Internet Pinball Database)?

 

Is it the artwork featuring a barbershop quartet, showgirls wearing bunny ears and an apparently sauced Uncle Wiggily? Maybe.

 

Or maybe it is due to how challenging the game is. A gobble hole in the playfield center seems to be particularly nasty if you launch multiple balls onto the playfield. Watching fans who enjoy Slick Chick though, they talk about the two skill shots you need to dial in in order to roll over either the CHICK or the SLICK at the top of the playfield. Others say this is the ultimate nudge game and will reward your ability to finesse the ball.

 

From @Cliffy Slick Chick-res-files are for desktop users in HD, 2K, 4K and UW (ultrawide) configurations.


The .res files in the zip are intended for desktop users of this version of Slick Chick and are named as such. However, they can certainly be used for  any other table running in desktop mode and uses a directb2s (b2s) with or without a fulldmd as long as the filename matches the tables filename. 


They are configured to place the backglass on the right and the fulldmd to the left and are sized for a single player EM. Again they are good as templates for other sizes and locations as well. The # comment lines in the file explain what each line does.

 

Unzip the .res file that best matches your single monitor (desktop mode) to the same folder as the table. The b2s file also needs to reside in the same folder.
Delete the first 3 characters of the filename, ie, if the file you need is HD-Slick Chick (Gottlieb 1963) 1.1.res then delete the HD- so it reads Slick Chick (Gottlieb 1963) 1.1.res.
Remember, the .res filename needs to match the vpx table name exactly. The b2s filename also must match exactly so rename as needed.

 

It is assumed you already have a 2.0 or newer version of B2S Server installed. 
https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/12024-b2s-backglass-server/


If you want to use a b2s with a table that has built in desktop scoring I've made a tutorial showing how to do this here https://vpuniverse.com/tutorials/article/32-desktop-backdrops-adding-or-changing-the-basics/

 

Thanks to @JCalhoun and @hauntfreaks for help and encouragement. Super thanks to @jarr3 for modernizing and adding such great features to the B2S Server.
I'm always open to suggestions that will improve location and sizing, especially since I do not have a 4k or ultrawide monitor to test.

Enjoy!

 

The late @loserman76 created this table, and over 200 others. The VPX community continues to polish and tweak the games he left us. @hauntfreaks and @Cliffy helped with this iteration — fixing reflections, lighting, etc. I brought in Fleep sounds.

Loserman76's original table:

 

Edited by JCalhoun

https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=2208
https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/18765-slick-chick-gottlieb-1963-b2s/
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What's New in Version 1.2.1   See changelog

Released

Wrong sound function was being called. Fixed.

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teisen

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

great job!

thanks JCalhoun, Hauntfreaks and Cliffy for sharing

hugs

 

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The gobble hole lol, well it sure does gobble. Thanks for another Fleep update, luv me some Fleep on my EMs

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