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O Brother Where Art Thou 1.6

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ElDude33

  

Excellent work sir.  Love the callouts and art style, the whole theme is unified well and reflects the feel of the movie brilliantly. Thanks so much for the continued updates.  I've come nowhere near completing the journey but we had a lot of fun with a 4 player session of this a few weekends back.  I like using the 4 player mode as a jukebox with this one, walk by play a ball till it drains then walk off and just let the music play for a bit.  

 

Looking forward to any future projects of yours.

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movieguy

  

This table is bonafide!  If you are a Dapper Dan man you need to check out this table.

 

Onevox, Scottacus, and Bord have created a beautiful table with wonderful gameplay.  Clear time and care was made in making this table and tying the gameplay to the movies theme.  The sounds and music really work well with the table. Some commented on the slower physics, but I found them appropriate to the old-timey feel.  I also appreciate the continued support they have provided in improving the table based on feedback.  I hope the authors stay around these parts and don't up and R-U-N-N-O-F-T!

 

Clearly a 5 star table! I've spoken my piece and counted to three.

 

So long, boys. See you in the funny papers.

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Basstone18

  

Beautiful work. Very fun table that respects and enjoys the theme. Post initial release support is great.

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cerebusk

  

Unlike a few others, I feel like the slower speed meshes well with the table.  The table is beautiful, and I hope that I'll be able to get past step 3 before too long!

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barneyrfd

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

Great graphics, layout and music.  Play is a little floaty but I went into the vpx editor, options for the game and  changed the gravity from 0.97 to 1.97 and they play is much livelier. 

 

I have found that many tables, especially the EM ones have a floaty, slower play to them so changing the gravity setting usually produces a much livelier game.

 

Really enjoyable game, thanks very much.

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rudil24

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

Wow. To think Cuphead Pro, one of the best E&Ms around, was just a warm-up to this magnificent table! What a neatly integrated audio/visual experience. Onevox rocks!

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test123

   1 of 4 members found this review helpful 1 / 4 members

Ball Physics are way too slow, plz fix this.

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HoganZeros

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

The sound bytes and music go excellent with the aesthetic of the playfield which capture the feel of the era and movie very well. The playfield is top notch 10/10 graphically.

The physics are a bit slow and floaty, and I can't hear the ball at all, but it's still lots of fun! 

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godisnothere

  

THis table and your steampunk table are 2 tables i been extied to see come to full fruition for a long time. You sir have made my day! Thank you for your hard work and dedication. This is a beauty and plays very well. Great fun! Thank You!

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