Some explanation first. My username on VPinball was Warbler33. It still is over at VPForums. Why did I change my name here? If I had really thought about it, I probably would’ve been CactusDude everywhere from the start. But things didn’t happen that way. So after VPinball closed, I considered starting fresh here (you know, in that way high schoolers plan to become cool kids in college?). But in the aftermath of the shutdown, I kept learning about all the awesome tables I didn’t know about until they were already gone. I’d hate for anyone to be searching high and low for my stuff, so I decided to upload them at VPF under my old name. But I’ve come to learn that plenty of authors over here, that I enjoy the work of, don’t/can’t spend time over at VPF. Rather than give the impression that I support one site over the other, and to give more people access to my tables, I’ll be uploading stuff over here as well.
TL;DR – Warbler33 at VPF is CactusDude here at VPUniverse. I’m not reposting someone else’s tables without permission. They’re mine to share. I hope you enjoy them.
Here's "Ballyhoo" - the smash-hit that kicked off Bally's success back in 1932, recreated in VPX. No flippers in sight - just pins and balls living in the moment.
A huge thank you to mfuegemann for creating "Cavalcade (Stoner 1935)" which I stripped down and rebuilt as Ballyhoo. This was my first recreation in VPX (I did it in the fall of 2020) and I'm still proud of it.
I hope you enjoy playing it as much as I enjoyed making it.
This is essentially the version that was on VPinball. I just added the right magna key as a ball loader in addition to the originally mapped right flipper.
Download includes the table with a static backglass. There are also two wheels to choose from.
August 26, 2022 UPDATE: Thanks to Dan (dude81818) for contacting me with an offer to send over much nicer looking playfields/aprons/plungers for the table. He also spent a lot of time making sure that the frame around the table looked WAY better. If you open up the script, there are numbers you can change under "Playfield Options" which toggles the playfield/apron/plunger images. Trust me, a redownload is worth it - the table looks better than I ever could've hoped when I first made it.
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