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Wild Fyre (Stern 1978)

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5 From 3 reviews
58.02 MB File Size
wildfyre.zip ROM Name
Goldchicco, 32assassin Created by
Martin Brunker Artwork by
Goldchicco, 32assassin Scripting by
Stern Manufacturer
1978 Year

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This is a rebuilt of 32assassin table ver 1.0

Artwork rebuilt from Martin Brunker resources
Table build in 10.6
Table ready also for VR users
Big thank you to:
@BuffaloPinBro for adding the VR
  @movieguru for upscaling the plastics image
What's New:
' New lights, new lighting
' Added Flippers Shadows and Ball Shadows
' New table physics
' Added nFozzy flippers physics
' Added Fleep Sounds
' Added VR Room (Thanks @BuffaloPinBro)
' New script
' Playfield image reworked
' Reworked all the images, cleaned and upscaled
' Changed Drop Targets height so they don't disappear when down
' Corrected Bumpers Height
' Repositioned Bumpers correctly
' Tuned Bumpers force
' Added Bumpers Caps missing screws primitives
' Corrected kicker position\angle and images
' Corrected metal wired height
' Adjusted playfield lights, now all working
' 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 JP's LUT code
' New instruction Cards in the apron
' Adjusted table elements physics
' Added  dampeners
Press F6  and configure the Dip switches to select different features and setup the table the way (need to do this only once)
To rotate and select between the nine LUT files press and Hold the LEFT Magnasave and rotate pressing the Right Magnasave.
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: Yes with approval

Contact Author First.
v10.6 required

What's New in Version 1.1   See changelog


New Plastics image (Thanks @bord)

Thanks @Arestis  to adapt the new plastics image to the table

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

a discovery for me 

thanks Goldchicco !

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

Both versions (VPX and VR) look, play and "feel" awesome, excellent rebuild of 32assassin's table. Thanks for sharing.

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· Edited by GordonJames


Nice work. Table looks great, plays great, although the plastics could have been a lot brighter and thrown more light onto the play field. The electronic sounds need proper samples. There's a total of 6. Sounds like there's only two or three in this table and they're just different notes of the same tone sample. Hopefully in the future they can be added. Check out this video for some reference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf8hgALfcI0

Response from the author:

Tood at TNT Amusements Inc always use High Bright Led Bulbs in all his videos.

I used to watch all his video while working on a table.

My intent in this table is to reproducer classic incandescence bulbs lighting, since I played the real table.

For the chimes tone, those are ROM controlled, nothing I can do on my end, BUT feel free to mod this table at your own preference.

No planning, on my end, to work or re-work any of my VPX releases.


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