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  1. Version 1.1

    385 downloads

    Who Dunnit 1947 is an attempt to bring the 1995 Bally game closer to its classic noir origins, reducing the color palette and redesigning many art elements to a more subdued deco style. This mod of ninuzzu/djrobx's Who Dunnit project was given new art, rothfozzy physics, the full fleep sound package, and rendered lighting and textures. Thanks to all who contributed to the mod: rothbauerw for physics and scripting help, benji for the sound work and insert models, tomate, sixtoe, and the rest of the VPW crew for testing and troubleshooting, flupper for insert models, JR for always being up for talking classic film noir, and a host of early testers. Most of all thanks to ninuzzu and djrobx for the game that I built this on. I highly recommending changing your DMD color palette to black and white before playing. Enjoy and go watch Out of the Past this weekend.
  2. Version 1.2.6

    1,124 downloads

    This table works for desktop, cab, and VR Room. V1.0: Added the VR conversions to this table that was done by DJRobX, 32assassin and francisco666 . Sixtoe provided a once over and did a couple additional tweaks. V1.1: Fleep Sounds Added. V1.2.4: Implemented nFozzy / Roth's physics and flipper updates and tricks. I've also done additional VR and material updates. Thanks to nFozzy, Roth, Sixtoe, as well as Bord for the great video tutorials on how to implement. Also, the VPW team for all the work they do, I've been able to learn from them, and ensure that everything that's been added is done correctly! V1.2.5: Thanks to tomate for making some modifications to the LUT, ramps, bumpers, and a few other edits! V1.2.6 - Added a 2nd rubberizer effect based off the VPW taxi table, per request. - Tomate added a playfield shadow flasher to add depth to playfield. Option to turn on and off in the script. *** NOTE: The table will default to desktop/cabinet mode the first time you play. Magna Save / Control buttons will toggle the rooms. *** VR Users - YOU NEED TO toggle the room to the view you want. I've added a VR Clock (thanks to Rajo Joey for letting me use a clock from his room, and to the original clock developer/s). You can turn it off in the script. I've added 6 VR Room environments. Magna save / control buttons toggle them. 3 minimal rooms, and 3 sphere rooms. (Thanks to Rajo for letting me use the sphere objects from his rooms. And thanks to the original sphere developer/s).
  3. View File Pinbot VR Room (Williams 1986) (V1.2) This is the VR room conversion of Pinbot. This is a VPX table by Bord, and the VR backglass was done by Rothbauerw. Many thanks to UnclePaulie (aka pgheyd) for his many contributions to this table (especially with the backglass) These are all notated in the script. Many thanks to Sixtoe as well for all his great VR Room templates. Submitter leojreimroc Submitted 04/03/2021 Category VR - Virtual Reality Pinball  
  4. Version 1.0.0

    249 downloads

    This is the VR room conversion of Pinbot. This is a VPX table by Bord, and the VR backglass was done by Rothbauerw. Many thanks to UnclePaulie (aka pgheyd) for his many contributions to this conversion (especially with the backglass) These are all notated in the script. Many thanks to Sixtoe as well for all his great VR Room templates.
  5. View File Twister (Sega 1996) with VR Room This table works for desktop, cab, and VR Room. V1.0: Added the VR conversions to this table that was done by DJRobX, 32assassin and francisco666 . Sixtoe provided a once over and did a couple additional tweaks. V1.1: Fleep Sounds Added. V1.2.4: Implemented nFozzy / Roth's physics and flipper updates and tricks. I've also done additional VR and material updates. Thanks to nFozzy, Roth, Sixtoe, as well as Bord for the great video tutorials on how to implement. Also, the VPW team for all the work they do, I've been able to learn from them, and ensure that everything that's been added is done correctly! V1.2.5: Thanks to tomate for making some modifications to the LUT, ramps, bumpers, and a few other edits! V1.2.6 - Added a 2nd rubberizer effect based off the VPW taxi table, per request. - Tomate added a playfield shadow flasher to add depth to playfield. Option to turn on and off in the script. *** NOTE: The table will default to desktop/cabinet mode the first time you play. Magna Save / Control buttons will toggle the rooms. *** VR Users - YOU NEED TO toggle the room to the view you want. I've added a VR Clock (thanks to Rajo Joey for letting me use a clock from his room, and to the original clock developer/s). You can turn it off in the script. I've added 6 VR Room environments. Magna save / control buttons toggle them. 3 minimal rooms, and 3 sphere rooms. (Thanks to Rajo for letting me use the sphere objects from his rooms. And thanks to the original sphere developer/s). Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 09/03/2021 Category VPX - Hybrid Releases ROM Name twst_405 Link to B2S https://vpuniverse.com/forums/files/file/5478-twister-sega-1996/ Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Yes  
  6. Version 3.0.0

    3,524 downloads

    ********DAY 1 PupPack Fixed************** It just got Better !!!! New Version 3.0 (PLEASE READ) -Updated Tables Ramps -Videos on the BackWall with the band names -Other table details This is a ADD-ON that means if you already have the version 2 you Don't need to download the pup pack just the tables (Table Day-1 have a folder named "ADD-ON" OPEN that folder and copy all the folders inside (option1,option2,option3.........playfiledvideos) inside the pup pack folder OVERRIGHT what is there with this one ) You need to run the bat file for your configuration after this install !!! NEW VERSION 2.0 this new version brings for the first time screens on the playfield and apron check the new video under the description (second video). you can turn on and off as many screens you want Inside the script please read info!!! also this version brings Jukebox Enjoy. Thanks to: JP Salas: Nailbusters more Credits inside the pup pack videos A TeamTuga Project (Pedro Peres & Pedro Pires) There is Nothing else like this !!! Welcome to Monsters of Rock a Giant Rock Festival 13 bands + 1 and x 3 days You have 3 tables and 3 pup packs, get em all or choose any day that you like, or even better create your own with the Monsters of rock Blank pup pack + table. Inside the pup pack you have a favorites folder drop whatever band you want there. Choose your band and the song that you want to listen everytime you start the table or everytime you loose the ball. this pup packs for the most part come with one song per Band but you can add as many as you want, and after 3 songs you can choose songs pressing flippers back and foward when the band is selected. Options for 3 screens with and without overlay and options for 2 screens and also options for FullDMD users. Download the table from here and the pup pack from the links. The Order of the Download links is: SyoRCQCb - Mosters of Rock Day 2 iipz3ISS - Mosters of Rock Blank (no music on this one is a do it your self) byxFjKAa - Mosters of Rock Day 3 C6AGFBIA -Mosters of Rock Day 1 YOU CAN PERSONALIZE AS MUCH AS YOU WANT, WITH YOUR BANDS ETC.... BUT IS NOT FOR YOU TO SHARE IT !!! THIS WAS DESIGNED TO FINNISH WITH ALL THE RESKINS FROM THE OLD MUSIC TABLE LETS NOT DO THAT SAME MISTAKE AGAIN !!! Day 1 : Seether Godsmack Disturbed Adema LinkinPark Five death Punch Volbeat Halestorm skillet LimPBizkit Queens of The Stone Age saliva OffSpring Day 2 RAge Against the machine Sistem of a down Ektomorf Sepultura Korn MAchine Head Slipknot PAntera Mudvayne Crowbar ClawFinger Fear Factory static X Day 3 Anthrax Slayer Kreator Exodus OverKill Megadeth Metallica Testament helloweeen Iron maiden entombed children of bodom Avenged Sevenfold MonstersNEWTrailer.mp4 2114028474_2021-07-1400-03-19.mp4
  7. Version 1.1

    170 downloads

    This is the VR Room conversion of Loserman76's Space Mission. V1.1 Changes -Fully integrated backglass/reels/flashers - B2S is no longer required. (Reel code by Arconovum) -3 VR rooms, changeable with magnasaves: *Space room (stolen -with permission- from Rawd's Space Station conversion) *Original Living room *Minimal Room -Flipper sounds were not working, fixed -Reduced the size of many room textures Special thanks to: Loserman76 for the great table Rawd for testing and feedback Arconovum for the Reel code and elements Everyone else who's answered all my questions over the months!
  8. Version 1.1.1

    222 downloads

    This is the VR Room conversion of Loserman76's Atlantis table. I lost my notes for V1.0 when vpinball went down but the notes for v1.1 are below. V1.1 -Fully integrated Backglass, Reels and Flashers. B2S file is no longer required. -Replaced backbox with proper wedge backbox and resized the cabinet slighly -Slightly adjusted inlane metal (Ramp1). The ball was not going on the flipper smoothly. -Animated Flipper buttons -Added two 360 rooms and Minimal room (use magnasaves to change rooms) Special thanks to: -Loserman76 for the great table -Arconovum for the reel code -3rdaxis for the rock assets -UnclePaulie for the backglass flasher guide -Arvid for the 360 sphere and guide
  9. Version 1.1.3

    234 downloads

    This is the VR Room Conversion of Pinball58's Fireball table. My notes for 1.0 were lost when Vpinball went down. But here are the changes for V.1.1 -Fully integrated Backglass, Reels and Flashers. B2S file is no longer required with V1.1. Thanks to Arconovum for the reel code. - Added 360 lava room and minimal room. Original Living room is still included (thanks again to Rawd for a better version of this room) -Change rooms with MagnaSave buttons. -Added Ball Shadows (Huge thanks to Rawd for help with this) -Further slight adjustments to lighting. Dimmed pop bumbers slightly. A few other tweaks. -Replaced backbox and resized the cabinet -Animated Flipper buttons and added start game button (also animated) V1.1.2 -Room choice will save upon exit. It will remember your choice when you re-enter the table (Thanks again Rawd!) -Clock now works. I had forgotten to recopy the code after a VPX crash. -Clock, fireplace, and arcade will turn off when not in those rooms (helps performance) V1.1.3 -Cleaned up a few parts of the script -Resized a few flashers (ball in play, Tilt) -Fixed the credit reel not always updating in every circumstance -Fixed the player reel flashers not lighting at the right times. A Special thanks to: -Sixtoe for his advice and recommendations while first converting this table. -Rawd for his help with shadows, room switching and for testing the table (and finding flaws!) -Arconovum for the reel code -UnclePaulie for his great backglass guide -Arvid for the 360 sphere element and the guide on how to use it -3rdAxis for the Rock floor assets
  10. View File Monsters of Rock Table and PuP Pack (VPX 10.7 Required Revision 192 or later) Table Update ********DAY 1 PupPack Fixed************** It just got Better !!!! New Version 3.0 (PLEASE READ) -Updated Tables Ramps -Videos on the BackWall with the band names -Other table details This is a ADD-ON that means if you already have the version 2 you Don't need to download the pup pack just the tables (Table Day-1 have a folder named "ADD-ON" OPEN that folder and copy all the folders inside (option1,option2,option3.........playfiledvideos) inside the pup pack folder OVERRIGHT what is there with this one ) You need to run the bat file for your configuration after this install !!! NEW VERSION 2.0 this new version brings for the first time screens on the playfield and apron check the new video under the description (second video). you can turn on and off as many screens you want Inside the script please read info!!! also this version brings Jukebox Enjoy. Thanks to: JP Salas: Nailbusters more Credits inside the pup pack videos A TeamTuga Project (Pedro Peres & Pedro Pires) There is Nothing else like this !!! Welcome to Monsters of Rock a Giant Rock Festival 13 bands + 1 and x 3 days You have 3 tables and 3 pup packs, get em all or choose any day that you like, or even better create your own with the Monsters of rock Blank pup pack + table. Inside the pup pack you have a favorites folder drop whatever band you want there. Choose your band and the song that you want to listen everytime you start the table or everytime you loose the ball. this pup packs for the most part come with one song per Band but you can add as many as you want, and after 3 songs you can choose songs pressing flippers back and foward when the band is selected. Options for 3 screens with and without overlay and options for 2 screens and also options for FullDMD users. Download the table from here and the pup pack from the links. The Order of the Download links is: SyoRCQCb - Mosters of Rock Day 2 CK4GjA7L - Mosters of Rock Blank (no music on this one is a do it your self) byxFjKAa - Mosters of Rock Day 3 C6AGFBIA -Mosters of Rock Day 1 YOU CAN PERSONALIZE AS MUCH AS YOU WANT, WITH YOUR BANDS ETC.... BUT IS NOT FOR YOU TO SHARE IT !!! THIS WAS DESIGNED TO FINNISH WITH ALL THE RESKINS FROM THE OLD MUSIC TABLE LETS NOT DO THAT SAME MISTAKE AGAIN !!! Day 1 : Seether Godsmack Disturbed Adema LinkinPark Five death Punch Volbeat Halestorm skillet LimPBizkit Queens of The Stone Age saliva OffSpring Day 2 RAge Against the machine Sistem of a down Ektomorf Sepultura Korn MAchine Head Slipknot PAntera Mudvayne Crowbar ClawFinger Fear Factory static X Day 3 Anthrax Slayer Kreator Exodus OverKill Megadeth Metallica Testament helloweeen Iron maiden entombed children of bodom Avenged Sevenfold MonstersNEWTrailer.mp4 2114028474_2021-07-1400-03-19.mp4 Submitter pedroperes02 Submitted 05/29/2021 Category PuP Packs  
  11. View File Who Dunnit 1947 (Bally 2021) Who Dunnit 1947 is an attempt to bring the 1995 Bally game closer to its classic noir origins, reducing the color palette and redesigning many art elements to a more subdued deco style. This mod of ninuzzu/djrobx's Who Dunnit project was given new art, rothfozzy physics, the full fleep sound package, and rendered lighting and textures. Thanks to all who contributed to the mod: rothbauerw for physics and scripting help, benji for the sound work and insert models, tomate, sixtoe, and the rest of the VPW crew for testing and troubleshooting, flupper for insert models, JR for always being up for talking classic film noir, and a host of early testers. Most of all thanks to ninuzzu and djrobx for the game that I built this on. I highly recommending changing your DMD color palette to black and white before playing. Enjoy and go watch Out of the Past this weekend. Submitter bord Submitted 02/06/2021 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name wd_12 Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Contact Author First. VP Version v10  
  12. Version 1.3.0

    71 downloads

    My little bit of early Pinball history. Recreated from my physical table, with playfield photos, sound recordings of the pins etc Although not really technically pinball, these bagatelle tables were the origin of the game and as there was no VPX version I decided to try reproducing it as my first attempt at VPX creation Zip also contains directB2s and Wheel
  13. Version 1.0.0

    212 downloads

    Tiki Time (2021) PLEASE READ - IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED: This VPX is a re-skin / re-theme of HiRez00's The Fog table which was a rework of BorgDog's Space Walk (Gottlieb 1979) table. About 20 years ago I got swept up into the Tiki Bar craze. I could not see enough of them! Not talking a thatched covered beer hut on the beach in Florida, I am talking about your dark classy restaurant/bar where you can get a real Mai Tai or a Zombie, filled with carvings from Oceanic Arts. Sadly, many have gone out of business now. Fifteen years ago I gutted my first arcade machine and replaced it with MAME. The Windows XP desktop powering it died so I replaced it with Retro Pi last year. I ran across Visual Pinball and got it working well enough for me to feel comfortable with building my own cabinet this past September to put next to my RetroPi cabinet. I have loaded up 100's of table, including VPX, Future Pinball and this past week I added FX3 (Zen was running a sale). What I really felt I was missing was a good Polynesian themed table. I mean Beach Bums, Gilligan's Island, Endless Summer are all good, but I really wanted that old school feel of a 50's Tiki Bar. That's when I decided to see if I could make one. I decided to start with simple table without DMD or complicated game play. I figured an EM table which had already been modified, would be a good introduction to getting a theme completed pretty quick. I followed HiRez00's plan of Kiss = Keep it simple, stupid. After being granted permission by BorgDog and HiRez - I went through and redesigned all the artwork for the playfield, plastics, backglass, etc. I grabbed a trial copy of Photoshop, but transitioned to Gimp for all of my editing. The back glass is a picture from one of my favorites; the Mai Kai in Fort Lauderdale. The play-field is filled with characters from Tiki artist Josh Agle (better known as Shag). Music is from Tiki Lounge greats Les Baxter, Martin Denny and more. I am a 'cabinet' pinball user but I made sure the Desktop users would have a complete Tiki table as well. USING LUT OPTIONS (VERY IMPORTANT): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When you boot the table for the first time, the table will appear a lot brighter than it is intended, Tiki bars are usually pretty dim. Hold down the LEFT MAGNASAVE and then press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE to cycle through the 13 LUT options. This bypasses the need of using the Day / Night slider. Depending on the resolution of your playfield monitor, everyones preferred LUT setting is different. When you cycle through the LUT options, when you select the one you prefer for your setup - it will automatically be saved when you exit / quit the table for the next time you play the table. You can adjust the LUT Option at any time when the table is loaded, even during gameplay. PLEASE NOTE: Pressing the LEFT MAGNASAVE will shut off the music as well. Simply press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE (without the LEFT MAGNASAVE pressed) to resume music playback. MUSIC OPTION: - - - - - - - - - - By default, the table is set up to play one of several random startup tracks, cycled Game Play tracks, and several random Game Over tracks. Instead of giving the option to turn ON or OFF all music, we split the options up at the top of the table script. You can adjust each type of music playback based on your preference. You can isolate and turn ON or OFF either the 3 options at the top of the script. If you want to temporarily turn off the music, press the LEFT MAGNASAVE and it will stop the CURRENT music track. You can then press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE (without the LEFT MAGNASAVE pressed) to resume music playback. During gameplay, and ONLY during gameplay, you can change the music track by pressing the RIGHT MAGNASAVE to switch to one of 6 music tracks. During actual gameplay is the only time this feature works. OPTIONS MENU: - - - - - - - - - - When NOT in gameplay (i.e.: no ball in the plunger lane or game started) you can access the Game Options Menu by holding down the LEFT FLIPPER for 2 - 3 seconds. This allows you to change the number of balls, free play or coin play, high score visible setting, or Replay Score settings. INSTALLATION (VERY IMPORTANT): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The install is fairly standard and straight forward, except for 1 IMPORTANT thing, the Music folder for VPX. In order to avoid the growing 'mess' of a million .mp3 files in your Music folder, the additional audio / music files for this table NEED TO BE INSIDE a folder called 'TikiTime'. This reduced adding to the clutter and global warming problem. So when you unzip the music / audio for this table, the directory structure should look like this when installed 'Visual Pinball / Music / TikiTime'. You will get an error when you boot the table if the mp3 files are simply dumped into the Music folder. DOF CONTROL: - - - - - - - I didn't want this new version of the table to compete or interfere with the existing Space Walk (Gottlieb) table or the re-themed “The Fog”, so I have renamed the cGameName and all associate reference to Space Walk to "tikitime". Until DOF is updated with this new table to be included, but you just can't wait - open your DOFConfig.ini and copy the command line for SpaceWalk_1979, paste it to a new line - and change 'SpaceWalk_1979' to 'tikitime'. FINAL NOTES: - - - - - - - Overall - I am happy with how the table turned out. The look, features, sound, music, graphics and gameplay are how "I" wanted it for my cab. This was all my preference, and may differ from your tastes of preferences. Please make use of the multiple options to get it to your liking. - Aloha! FILES INCLUDED: - - - - - - - - - - TikiTime.vpx TikiTime.directB2S TikiTimeWheel.png TikiTimeWheel3.png ReadMe.txt Link to Music Files.txt MUSIC CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11oOWtjJ78G07FK3B2fz6lWOfVT5JCDbM/view?usp=sharing CREDITS: - - - - - BorgDog - Original Space Walk table HiRez00 - Table Re-Theme / Re-Designs Rascal - Scripting, Updates, and Testing Loserman76 - EM Knowledge / Advice JP Salas - LUT Selector Enhancement - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Permission to Mod: NO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - This project took about 30 hours to put together and I am happy to share it with everyone ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic are appreciated. PLEASE NOTE: I create these image, videos, tables and backglass files for fun and for the dedicated VPX pinball users on this and other forum. I DID NOT create this for you to download as SELL, MAKE MONEY OR PROFIT ON ... You have been warned! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking / getting permission first. All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL / HOME USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE / RE-SALE OR DISTRIBUTION!
  14. View File Fireball VR Room (Bally 1972) This is the VR Room Conversion of Pinball58's Fireball table. My notes for 1.0 were lost when Vpinball went down. But here are the changes for V.1.1 -Fully integrated Backglass, Reels and Flashers. B2S file is no longer required with V1.1. Thanks to Arconovum for the reel code. - Added 360 lava room and minimal room. Original Living room is still included (thanks again to Rawd for a better version of this room) -Change rooms with MagnaSave buttons. -Added Ball Shadows (Huge thanks to Rawd for help with this) -Further slight adjustments to lighting. Dimmed pop bumbers slightly. A few other tweaks. -Replaced backbox and resized the cabinet -Animated Flipper buttons and added start game button (also animated) V1.1.2 -Room choice will save upon exit. It will remember your choice when you re-enter the table (Thanks again Rawd!) -Clock now works. I had forgotten to recopy the code after a VPX crash. -Clock, fireplace, and arcade will turn off when not in those rooms (helps performance) A Special thanks to: -Sixtoe for his advice and recommendations while first converting this table. -Rawd for his help with shadows, room switching and for testing the table (and finding flaws!) -Arconovum for the reel code -UnclePaulie for his great backglass guide -Arvid for the 360 sphere element and the guide on how to use it -3rdAxis for the Rock floor assets Submitter leojreimroc Submitted 04/03/2021 Category VR - Virtual Reality Pinball ROM Name Modified by Original Table Author Pinball58  
  15. View File Atlantis VR Room (Gottlieb 1975) This is the VR Room conversion of Loserman76's Atlantis table. I lost my notes for V1.0 when vpinball went down but the notes for v1.1 are below. V1.1 -Fully integrated Backglass, Reels and Flashers. B2S file is no longer required. -Replaced backbox with proper wedge backbox and resized the cabinet slighly -Slightly adjusted inlane metal (Ramp1). The ball was not going on the flipper smoothly. -Animated Flipper buttons -Added two 360 rooms and Minimal room (use magnasaves to change rooms) Special thanks to: -Loserman76 for the great table -Arconovum for the reel code -3rdaxis for the rock assets -UnclePaulie for the backglass flasher guide -Arvid for the 360 sphere and guide Submitter leojreimroc Submitted 04/03/2021 Category VR - Virtual Reality Pinball ROM Name Modified by Original Table Author Loserman76  
  16. View File Space Mission VR Room (Williams 1976) This is the VR Room conversion of Loserman76's Space Mission. Special thanks to: Loserman76 for the great table Rawd for testing and feedback Arconovum for the Reel code and elements Everyone else who's answered all my questions over the months! V1.1 Changes -Fully integrated backglass/reels/flashers - B2S is no longer required. (Reel code by Arconovum) -3 VR rooms, changeable with magnasaves: *Space room (stolen -with permission- from Rawd's Space Station conversion) *Original Living room *Minimal Room -Flipper sounds were not working, fixed -Reduced the size of many room textures Submitter leojreimroc Submitted 04/03/2021 Category VR - Virtual Reality Pinball ROM Name Modified by Original Table Author Loserman76  
  17. View File TikiTime Tiki Time (2021) PLEASE READ - IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED: This VPX is a re-skin / re-theme of HiRez00's The Fog table which was a rework of BorgDog's Space Walk (Gottlieb 1979) table. About 20 years ago I got swept up into the Tiki Bar craze. I could not see enough of them! Not talking a thatched covered beer hut on the beach in Florida, I am talking about your dark classy restaurant/bar where you can get a real Mai Tai or a Zombie, filled with carvings from Oceanic Arts. Sadly, many have gone out of business now. Fifteen years ago I gutted my first arcade machine and replaced it with MAME. The Windows XP desktop powering it died so I replaced it with Retro Pi last year. I ran across Visual Pinball and got it working well enough for me to feel comfortable with building my own cabinet this past September to put next to my RetroPi cabinet. I have loaded up 100's of table, including VPX, Future Pinball and this past week I added FX3 (Zen was running a sale). What I really felt I was missing was a good Polynesian themed table. I mean Beach Bums, Gilligan's Island, Endless Summer are all good, but I really wanted that old school feel of a 50's Tiki Bar. That's when I decided to see if I could make one. I decided to start with simple table without DMD or complicated game play. I figured an EM table which had already been modified, would be a good introduction to getting a theme completed pretty quick. I followed HiRez00's plan of Kiss = Keep it simple, stupid. After being granted permission by BorgDog and HiRez - I went through and redesigned all the artwork for the playfield, plastics, backglass, etc. I grabbed a trial copy of Photoshop, but transitioned to Gimp for all of my editing. The back glass is a picture from one of my favorites; the Mai Kai in Fort Lauderdale. The play-field is filled with characters from Tiki artist Josh Agle (better known as Shag). Music is from Tiki Lounge greats Les Baxter, Martin Denny and more. I am a 'cabinet' pinball user but I made sure the Desktop users would have a complete Tiki table as well. USING LUT OPTIONS (VERY IMPORTANT): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When you boot the table for the first time, the table will appear a lot brighter than it is intended, Tiki bars are usually pretty dim. Hold down the LEFT MAGNASAVE and then press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE to cycle through the 13 LUT options. This bypasses the need of using the Day / Night slider. Depending on the resolution of your playfield monitor, everyones preferred LUT setting is different. When you cycle through the LUT options, when you select the one you prefer for your setup - it will automatically be saved when you exit / quit the table for the next time you play the table. You can adjust the LUT Option at any time when the table is loaded, even during gameplay. PLEASE NOTE: Pressing the LEFT MAGNASAVE will shut off the music as well. Simply press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE (without the LEFT MAGNASAVE pressed) to resume music playback. MUSIC OPTION: - - - - - - - - - - By default, the table is set up to play one of several random startup tracks, cycled Game Play tracks, and several random Game Over tracks. Instead of giving the option to turn ON or OFF all music, we split the options up at the top of the table script. You can adjust each type of music playback based on your preference. You can isolate and turn ON or OFF either the 3 options at the top of the script. If you want to temporarily turn off the music, press the LEFT MAGNASAVE and it will stop the CURRENT music track. You can then press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE (without the LEFT MAGNASAVE pressed) to resume music playback. During gameplay, and ONLY during gameplay, you can change the music track by pressing the RIGHT MAGNASAVE to switch to one of 6 music tracks. During actual gameplay is the only time this feature works. OPTIONS MENU: - - - - - - - - - - When NOT in gameplay (i.e.: no ball in the plunger lane or game started) you can access the Game Options Menu by holding down the LEFT FLIPPER for 2 - 3 seconds. This allows you to change the number of balls, free play or coin play, high score visible setting, or Replay Score settings. INSTALLATION (VERY IMPORTANT): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The install is fairly standard and straight forward, except for 1 IMPORTANT thing, the Music folder for VPX. In order to avoid the growing 'mess' of a million .mp3 files in your Music folder, the additional audio / music files for this table NEED TO BE INSIDE a folder called 'TikiTime'. This reduced adding to the clutter and global warming problem. So when you unzip the music / audio for this table, the directory structure should look like this when installed 'Visual Pinball / Music / TikiTime'. You will get an error when you boot the table if the mp3 files are simply dumped into the Music folder. DOF CONTROL: - - - - - - - I didn't want this new version of the table to compete or interfere with the existing Space Walk (Gottlieb) table or the re-themed “The Fog”, so I have renamed the cGameName and all associate reference to Space Walk to "tikitime". Until DOF is updated with this new table to be included, but you just can't wait - open your DOFConfig.ini and copy the command line for SpaceWalk_1979, paste it to a new line - and change 'SpaceWalk_1979' to 'tikitime'. FINAL NOTES: - - - - - - - Overall - I am happy with how the table turned out. The look, features, sound, music, graphics and gameplay are how "I" wanted it for my cab. This was all my preference, and may differ from your tastes of preferences. Please make use of the multiple options to get it to your liking. - Aloha! FILES INCLUDED: - - - - - - - - - - TikiTime.vpx TikiTime.directB2S TikiTimeWheel.png TikiTimeWheel3.png ReadMe.txt Link to Music Files.txt MUSIC CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11oOWtjJ78G07FK3B2fz6lWOfVT5JCDbM/view?usp=sharing CREDITS: - - - - - BorgDog - Original Space Walk table HiRez00 - Table Re-Theme / Re-Designs Rascal - Scripting, Updates, and Testing Loserman76 - EM Knowledge / Advice JP Salas - LUT Selector Enhancement - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Permission to Mod: NO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - This project took about 30 hours to put together and I am happy to share it with everyone ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic are appreciated. PLEASE NOTE: I create these image, videos, tables and backglass files for fun and for the dedicated VPX pinball users on this and other forum. I DID NOT create this for you to download as SELL, MAKE MONEY OR PROFIT ON ... You have been warned! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking / getting permission first. All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL / HOME USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE / RE-SALE OR DISTRIBUTION! Submitter TikiGoon Submitted 01/01/2021 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name tikitime Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Contact Author First. VP Version v10  
  18. View File Soul Reaver Soul Reaver by Delta23 - A graphics and sound mod of Taito’s Titan by JP Salas. G’day! I have been a Visual Pinball aficionado for a long time and I would like to thank the efforts of all the people involved in this hobby, from artists and programmers through to site moderators and users. I have been toying with the idea of “modding” a table for a while now and finally here is my little contribution to this great community. Before moving onto the table details I would like to especially thank the following people: Siggi for his friendly attitude, support and help. Siggi’s insight allowed me to get stuck into this mod, without it I don’t think I would have attempted it (Thanks mate and thank you for all your metal tables, they rock.) JP Salas for creating the original Titan table and allowing mods without permission. Using a solid and beautiful table from your catalogue was a given. (Muchas gracias hombre! lo que has hecho con este hobby es fenomenal!). Thalamus for your super fast responses and pointing me in the right direction. Wildman for creating the original Titan back glass. - I used it to create a basic back glass for the table (I hope this is ok). The table is based on the "Legacy of Kain" video game series by Crystal Dynamics, where the main character, a handsome vampire named Raziel, under the ever watching eyes of a giant squid, has to unravel his past and future, all the while dodging and dealing with his dysfunctional family! In an attempt to capture the game’s moody feel. I have added a lot of subtle sound samples to the table. If you find that the music volume is muffling the sound samples, I recommend adjusting the music volume from the Table Options. The download should contain a wheel image and a basic back glass to get you going. The back glass is a simple rework of the original Titan back glass by Wildman (I just changed the picture and moved some lights). Now without further ado… turn your lights off put the volume up and immerse yourself in the dark world of Raziel and the Soul Reaver. Submitter Delta23 Submitted 11/10/2019 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name titan Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Yes VP Version v10  
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    Soul Reaver by Delta23 - A graphics and sound mod of Taito’s Titan by JP Salas. G’day! I have been a Visual Pinball aficionado for a long time and I would like to thank the efforts of all the people involved in this hobby, from artists and programmers through to site moderators and users. I have been toying with the idea of “modding” a table for a while now and finally here is my little contribution to this great community. Before moving onto the table details I would like to especially thank the following people: Siggi for his friendly attitude, support and help. Siggi’s insight allowed me to get stuck into this mod, without it I don’t think I would have attempted it (Thanks mate and thank you for all your metal tables, they rock.) JP Salas for creating the original Titan table and allowing mods without permission. Using a solid and beautiful table from your catalogue was a given. (Muchas gracias hombre! lo que has hecho con este hobby es fenomenal!). Thalamus for your super fast responses and pointing me in the right direction. Wildman for creating the original Titan back glass. - I used it to create a basic back glass for the table (I hope this is ok). The table is based on the "Legacy of Kain" video game series by Crystal Dynamics, where the main character, a handsome vampire named Raziel, under the ever watching eyes of a giant squid, has to unravel his past and future, all the while dodging and dealing with his dysfunctional family! In an attempt to capture the game’s moody feel. I have added a lot of subtle sound samples to the table. If you find that the music volume is muffling the sound samples, I recommend adjusting the music volume from the Table Options. The download should contain a wheel image and a basic back glass to get you going. The back glass is a simple rework of the original Titan back glass by Wildman (I just changed the picture and moved some lights). Now without further ado… turn your lights off put the volume up and immerse yourself in the dark world of Raziel and the Soul Reaver.
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