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  1. Did you import all the letter/number images as well? Some of those can be a bit tough to figure out where to put. Especially these two things as they often require a bit of rejiggering to make it work: 'TO SHOW THE SCORE ON POST-IT ADD LINE AT RELEVENT LOCATION THAT HAS: UpdatePostIt 'TO INITIATE ADDING INITIALS ADD LINE AT RELEVENT LOCATION THAT HAS: HighScoreEntryInit() I went ahead and added it to Miss-O quickly, I'll send it to @HauntFreaks and he can update if he likes.
  2. Mostly just disgusted by the disneyfication of Star Wars and the dumpster fire that is Mandalorian. again just my opinion, I know lots of people love it.
  3. ugh. that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.
  4. View File Solar Ride (Gottlieb 1979) re-up of old vpinball table. This is a mod, with permission, of LynnInDenver's Solar Ride. Started mainly to fix the playfield to be proper size and position, and did lots of other scripting, graphical and object changes/updates with much help from hauntfreaks and sliderpoint. There are a few options at the top of the script for turning on ball and flipper shadows and changing flipper rubber color. zip includes solaride.nv nvram file that sets the replay values to match the score cards. pla
  5. Version 1.01

    142 downloads

    re-up of old vpinball table. This is a mod, with permission, of LynnInDenver's Solar Ride. Started mainly to fix the playfield to be proper size and position, and did lots of other scripting, graphical and object changes/updates with much help from hauntfreaks and sliderpoint. There are a few options at the top of the script for turning on ball and flipper shadows and changing flipper rubber color. zip includes solaride.nv nvram file that sets the replay values to match the score cards. place in vpinmamenvram folder, as usual press F6 to change some of the r
  6. I'm still trying to roll the damn thing. Have had several 9 million plus games, but can't quite get there. On the real machine that is.
  7. Version 1.1

    98 downloads

    another re-up from a couple years ago. This is the 4 player version of my Darling table for those of you with more friends. Pretty much the same game, some of the table physics has been tweaked slightly mostly with the captive balls. Hauntfreaks provided the artwork for the db2s and of course had done the playfield graphics as well. Includes my version of the loserman and gnance option menu, hold down left flipper before starting a game for 3 or 5 ball, free play, and extra ball options.
  8. Version 1.01

    82 downloads

    re-up from a couple years back, no changes. For those of you with more friends than I have, I did a quick conversion of my Card Whiz into the 4 player Royal Flush. The table is identical, just changed the backdrop, put the score reels back in view (my base template is 4 player so scripted Card Whiz with this in mind) and built a new directb2s to go with it from images found online.
  9. Version 1.2

    73 downloads

    re-up of 2016 table, no changes from vpinball.com version This is an add-a-ball game only. It is the domestic USA version of the Star Trek table of the same year that was export only. The replay version is '4 Square' and has different artwork. Hold down left flipper key before starting a game for a couple seconds to open the option menu (inspired by loserman76 and gnance) Many thanks to sliderpoint and StevOz for physics and bug testing! Thanks to Plumb on vpf for the Astro playfield scan that started this.
  10. thanks for re-uploading this one, was just going through my list of stuff I've worked on and thought this one needs to be back available. Fun table, glad to see you again
  11. View File Silver Slugger (Gottlieb 1990) re-upload from a couple years back. I think this is the last of my tables except for a few variations (4 player or import/export) of tables I've already uploaded. Some time back I ran across some decent photos of a stripped/NOS playfield for Silver Slugger, did a quick look around and didn't see a VPX release, so started building it up. Sometime later while looking for plastics I ran across bodydumps early vpx WIP of Silver Slugger that included redrawn playfield and plastics, and I said "dammit". since I ha
  12. Version 0.95

    204 downloads

    re-upload from a couple years back. I think this is the last of my tables except for a few variations (4 player or import/export) of tables I've already uploaded. Some time back I ran across some decent photos of a stripped/NOS playfield for Silver Slugger, did a quick look around and didn't see a VPX release, so started building it up. Sometime later while looking for plastics I ran across bodydumps early vpx WIP of Silver Slugger that included redrawn playfield and plastics, and I said "dammit". since I had put a fair amount of work into my build I decided to keep on with it, a
  13. This is the latest I have on my main computer, not sure how that matches up to what was on vpinball as I often did minor things to tables and didn't re-upload. Same for all the ones I've uploaded, I really haven't kept great track of what's what, I just know I have the latest.
  14. Version 1.1

    98 downloads

    another old, old table from vpinball.com. This one could really use an update. This is a 2 player EM version of Gottlieb’s Cleopatra. Cleopatra was available in EM and SS versions, Pyramid is EM only. I ran across an old VP8 jpsalas version of Pyramid on one of those other sites, and JP was nice enough to share even more of his resources than what was in the table, and with the more recent Cleopatra SS tables that have been done there were plenty of good resources, and I found a decent backglass image on the internet somewhere. Used JP’s code mostly for play logic, and went off
  15. View File Pinball Pool (Gottlieb 1979) re-up of my table from vpinball.com I took on doing this table after I bought a project real Pinball Pool. I finished getting both running about the same time, and I'm glad I took both of them on, this is a simple yet very fun game. Shoot the drop targets, clear the A-B-C (hint try to get B on plunge), hit the kick holes to up the bonus, and nail the captive 8-ball. simple right? A oddity about this table is that when you hit a drop target on one side, the corresponding one on the other side is kn
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