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  1. Thankyou loserman76 and your very handy helpers. Much appreciated.
    Absolute Cracker. Played this through to High Noon and the cinematic sounds, music and callouts are seamless and fun to boot. This is a full music production to add to an awesome game.
    This is a great addition to the game. I really like the Jack Nicholson Joker Lines. A great sound mix helps make a great game and that's exactly what this alt sound addition does. I like that the gunfire is toned down because I find the music creates a nice tension and the gunfire can just sit amongst the audio and not dominate it. I like the attract mode songs as well because they chill it out from the intense gameplay. It's good to have a chuckle at the one-liners as well. This must have taken quite some time to produce. Thankyou iDigStuff.
    This game is brought to life with this alt sound mod. I used to cringe with original ROM but to hear the Who in full flight mixed with the table sounds is just a joy. It is well balanced audio production. Magnificent! Thankyou you have aced it skeebomax.
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    well done mate. Can't beat the real Huey Lewis and the news and the movie call outs.
  3. How goods this. Takes the game up a notch. Thanks heaps mate.
  4. Haha. I was waiting for the comment about the players chosen on the table. Happy memorys for you here BuffaloPinBro. I wagged school a couple of times to play this table. I really like the flipper configuration, the double vari target and watching the score boost through the spinner. loserman76 has done a great job setting up this table up. Thanks for the comments. much appreciated and Im so glad your enjoying it. Cheers
  5. View File Gridiron Graphics and Sound mod This is a playfield graphics and sound mod to loserman76's gridiron table. Thankyou and credit to him for reproducing this interesting 4 flipper Gottleib game from 1977. Ive blended old and new images and I like the way the plastics, Scottacus'sBackglass and the modified apron blend with the new playfield graphics. Sound mods include Rolling ball adjusted to -13dB, vari target and target sounds added, rubber post and flipper sounds added. I did this mod primarily for myself as it was one of the few games I played as a kid and it is very kind of loser man 76 to make it available for others to enjoy. This table was made in VPX7. cheers RusstyT This is loserman76's original post info Gridiron - Gottlieb 1977 Original conversion of Pinuck's VP9 table by Scottacus Backglass image by Wildman Images culled from the internet This is Gottlieb's re-do of Pro Football. Pretty much the same table, but now it is 2 player and the outlanes will always score a touchdown even if the score motor is running (a flaw that the Gottlieb designer of this table corrected when he redid it). Unique thing about this table - match is based on last 3 digits. I don't believe Gottlieb ever did this prior with their tables. My table is a complete rebuild of the table. Prior tables were used to identify scoring and such. You will also note this one has the correct plastics. Prior tables used (incorrectly) Pro Football's plastics. Gridiron_RusstyTmod1_0.vpx Submitter RusstyT Submitted 07/23/2021 Category Modified (MOD) Games ROM Name No ROM Modified by RusstyT Original Table Author loserman76 Link to B2S https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&module=display&section=download&do=confirm_download&hash=aced44340ddc73c17bd7b6f64c7e0aca Permission to Mod Contact Author First. VP Version v10  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    This is a playfield graphics and sound mod to loserman76's gridiron table. Thankyou and credit to him for reproducing this interesting 4 flipper Gottleib game from 1977. Ive blended old and new images and I like the way the plastics, Scottacus'sBackglass and the modified apron blend with the new playfield graphics. Sound mods include Rolling ball adjusted to -13dB, vari target and target sounds added, rubber post and flipper sounds added. I did this mod primarily for myself as it was one of the few games I played as a kid and it is very kind of loser man 76 to make it available for others to enjoy. This table was made in VPX7. cheers RusstyT This is loserman76's original post info Gridiron - Gottlieb 1977 Original conversion of Pinuck's VP9 table by Scottacus Backglass image by Wildman Images culled from the internet This is Gottlieb's re-do of Pro Football. Pretty much the same table, but now it is 2 player and the outlanes will always score a touchdown even if the score motor is running (a flaw that the Gottlieb designer of this table corrected when he redid it). Unique thing about this table - match is based on last 3 digits. I don't believe Gottlieb ever did this prior with their tables. My table is a complete rebuild of the table. Prior tables were used to identify scoring and such. You will also note this one has the correct plastics. Prior tables used (incorrectly) Pro Football's plastics. Gridiron_RusstyTmod1_0.vpx
  7. I like that you have kept the yellow and red colours in this backglass. Thankyou
  8. I really like this game and I look forward to playing this mod. The in lanes were pretty lethal previous versions so I'm very interested how the physics changes affects that part of the table.Thanks very much for tweaking this table. I really love how the table splits above water and below water views which makes this table unique. Cheers Mate and keep up the good work
  9. Thanks topper2k, PinVol is such a handy volume level control software. I appreciate that you took the time to let me know its available. I like how it stores the preferred volume level that is set for individual games and I use this in conjunction with my amplifier controls. I find with my setup thatI can analyse table authors sound setups very quickly by turning the backglass volume up or down and check how table sounds are allocated . Theatre of Magic had sounds allocated to the backglass so I toggled the mechanical sounds to the playfield and put all those incredible audio effects in the right place. I found that with that game, that the scripted mechanical sound volume set to 0.5 works well on my machine. That game is incredible. If I need a quick silence I just turn down the backglass volume. I really like how you share your builds and create discussions. I'll modify my post to include the PinVol sound control. cheers Mate
  10. With this design access to the 3 amplifier sound controls makes cabinet startup and new game setup easier without getting your ears blasted off. It's an extremely flexible system to use for people who are picky about sound balance when playing games. Heavy bass games like the Flinstones can be trimmed and balanced on the outboard speaker controls. The 2 amplifiers for the front and back flat panel table speakers, are mounted on the backglass door. Easy access to these was handy when initially setting up the cabinet. These are set and forget so I suppose mounting them inside the cab would not be such a big deal. I don't find the outboard speakers obtrusive as the side wings, speakers and cabling are black and my eyes drawn to the backglass. As pointed out by topper2k i also use PinVol to adjust the individual game volumes. I have permanent keyboard access to the machine so its quite easy to set game start volumes. F5 increase Volume and F4 decrease volume. The documents attached follows the Pinball cabinet build from start to finish. There is a full component listing, picture of the build and the reasons why built the way I did. Also attached are my as built drawings. RusstyT VirtualPinAsBuiltDrawings.pdf RussT Virtual PinballMachine Buildv2.pdf RusstyT VirtualPinAsBuiltDrawings.pdf
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