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Alien Poker (Williams 1980) 1.0.0

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Yes I saw in the PAPA video they'd removed it entirely.  Looked at some other videos, and they all had the wire there, but I never saw anyone try to trap it, so I didn't know how it'd behave.  Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it!

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50+ games, best game to date, last ball, battling my way to GC score, just one drop left worth 400K(!) and.. I get double-flipper bitched like a total dumbo, argh.. Now that's realistic, thanks a lot @bord !!

 

Chugs beer down.

 

Ok, let's try this again..

 

 

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10 hours ago, robertms said:

50+ games, best game to date, last ball, battling my way to GC score, just one drop left worth 400K(!) and.. I get double-flipper bitched like a total dumbo, argh.. Now that's realistic, thanks a lot @bord !!

 

Chugs beer down.

 

Ok, let's try this again..

 

 

@robertmsPERFECT

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On 11/3/2021 at 11:38 PM, robertms said:

double-flipper bitched

I knew there had to be a technical term for that 🙃

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As a table design poing of view, I'm curious to know what's their reason for placing these metal pieces here?  Is this to prevent nudging out when you drain the ball in the lanes?

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On 11/17/2021 at 6:38 PM, KRAKEN said:

As a table design poing of view, I'm curious to know what's their reason for placing these metal pieces here?  Is this to prevent nudging out when you drain the ball in the lanes?

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in real machines, (not sure you can do this on a VPIN?) but this was to stop players from attempting a "bang back". 

I've seen it done in real life, and its quiet a violent move, but does work, and can send the ball back up past the flippers after draining down the sides. 

 

 

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10 hours ago, KiwiBri said:

 

in real machines, (not sure you can do this on a VPIN?) but this was to stop players from attempting a "bounce back". 

I've seen it done in real life, and its quiet a violent move, but does work, and can send the ball back up past the flippers after draining down the sides. 

 

 

Thanks for confirming my "theory"... ;)

 

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Thank you very much Bord. I'm a fan of your work. (Especially Boomerang) And again you made a great table. I love the lightning on this table.. 

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Ok, so installed and played this earlier. This is a marvel. What a beauty! I've played a couple real machines of this game and this one plays nice. 

I just need to zoom out the POV a bit as on my screen its slightly larger than life, but its so clean and crisp. :)

 

thanks @bord for sharing. 

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