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  1. Version 1.0.0f

    171 downloads

    Gottlieb's Fast Draw (1975) Table build/scripted by Loserman! Thanks to the following for their contributions (whether they know it or not!) If I have missed anyone, let me know as this table would not exist without the folks in the community. Images used for this table were culled from IPDB, Pinside, and various other websites only JPSalas - gameroom backdrop and methods gleaned from his fantastic tables EalaDubhSidhe - table object templates Black - HS save/load routines Itchigo - table templates which gave me ideas on how to accomplish what I wanted in this table CONRAM - various code ideas learned by tracing through code on his tables akiles50000 - for that totally awesome tutorial on table building. So much stuff I now understand because of the work put into this tutorial Inkochnito - scorecards/instruction cards Pinuck - Gottlieb chimes and score motor routines Herweh - directB2S designer and tools JimmyFingers - rolling ball and other objects' sound routines Bodydump - for his assistance on various tables that got me using primitives and his lights UncleWilly - for his primitive templates Of course, the team behind Visual Pinball - without them, there wouldn't be much choice for playing pinball on a PC I also must include Black and his Future Pinball as I used tables on that platform to help in building my VP tables. You can enable dB2S by downloading my backglass file and modifying the script line that reads "B2SOn=false" to "B2SOn=True" (without the quotes of course) To adjust Balls Per Game and Replay settings, hit '[' then '6' toggles 3 or 5 balls, and 7 moves through the replay settings (pay attention to the insert cards). When you have set them the way you like, hit '[' to exit settings. NOTE: This table (like all of my recent releases) requires VP9.9x as it contains primitives
  2. Version 1.0.0f

    311 downloads

    El Dorado (Gottlieb 1975) made by late loserman76.
  3. Version 2.5a

    4,634 downloads

    v2.5a UPDATE: - - - - - - - - - - Due to popluar demand and requests - the backglass breaking effects has been added to the Original Backglass B2S as well. If you have already downloaded everything else, you ONLY need to re-download the 'Fog, The - Original Backglass 2.5a.zip' file. v2.5 UPDATE: - - - - - - - - - - This is a major update for The Fog (Gottlieb 1979) VPX table. NOTE: YOU MUST USE VISUAL PINBALL 10.7 TO PLAY THIS TABLE - 10.7 included features needed that were not in the previous version. You must update ALL the files, including the 'fog' music files folder and backglass. A ton of work went into not only improving the game / gameplay - but building in lots of cool extras. The table plays completely differently than before. 'Cabinet Users / Players' SHOULD DEFINITELY USE the new Special Collector's Edition Backglass - you won't be disappointed! Make sure you look at the top of the table script for setting the specific options. The table has already been configured for cabinet users especially - so you might need to change some options if you are a desktop player. I want to give a shout out to the VPW crew and Apophis who made some serious contributions to this table and was patient explaining things to me. Read the previous description (below) so you know how to set up things and use some of the great features now built into the table. Apophis Additions: - NEW - Playfield Mesh - NEW - nFozzy / Rothbauerw Physics and Flippers - NEW - Rothbauerw Drop Targets - NEW - Fog Animation Scripting HiRez00 Additions: - NEW Special Collector's Edition Backglass (THIS IS A MUST FOR CABINET USERS / PLAYERS) - NEW Included Video Backglass w/ Trailer .mp4 for Front-End System - Sound / Visual FX Enhancements - Graphics / Lighting Updates - Spelling Mistake Fixed on Original Backglass - More Intro Audio / Music Tracks Added - More Gameplay Audio / Music Tracks Added - More End Game Audio / Music Tracks Added - - - - - - - - - - - The late, great Loserman76 really helped me a lot with this table - so out of respect for his passing - I am uploading it here so more can enjoy it. - - - - - - - - - - - Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) PLEASE READ - IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED: This VPX is a re-skin / re-theme of BorgDog's Space Walk (Gottlieb 1979) table. If Gottlieb had made this table back in the day ... this is what it SHOULD have looked like - with some extra modern features. A couple weeks ago, my wife an I had our weekly "date night" and decided to watch John Carpenter's original The Fog (1980) on Blu-Ray after not have seeing it for many years. I had forgotten how good a movie it is. In 1980 it was labelled as a gorey horror movie by critics, BUT, much like Halloween, there is practically no gore at all - and by today's standards - it is VERY tame in comparison. It is more of a creepy 'ghost story' than a 'horror movie'. The film relied on darkness, likable characters, story, and jump scares for it's driving force - and because visual pinball is a great platform to preserve a better / basic time of our lives ... I wanted to make a Fog pinball. Originally shot and slated for release in 1979 (which is why I chose a 1979 table to start with as a basis) the movies release date was pushed back several months into 1980 so the film makers could re-shoot / add some additional scenes and elements to compete with other 'horror' movies of the time. I decided to go with the very last EM table Gottlieb released as my basic starting point, keeping all the original basic integrity of an EM functionality - with some new bells and whistles - but not too much that would destroy / overwhelm the player. Kiss = Keep it simple, stupid. I wanted to start with a BASIC table with very simple rules and easy to play so you can actually enjoy the game. Call me old-fashioned. After being granted permission by BorgDog to use his original Space Walk table - I went through and redesigned all the artwork for the playfield, plastics, apron, backglass, etc. Because there are some 'bugs' with how a totally scripted table / b2s work - with the assistance of Loserman76's and Rascal's scripting knowledge - we went through and completely updated the script driven table, fixing some existing bugs, and improving on some functionality, added a load of features, updated SSF, and overall player experience. Because I am a 'cabinet' pinball user - I relied on Rascal to make sure everything worked properly for Desktop users as any cab user would as well. As I said, this was not just a re-skin / theme - this was a overhaul and update. TABLE ADDITIONS: - - - - - - - - - - New playfield, plastics, backglass, etc graphics. - Added 13 LUT Brightness / Contrast Adjustments that can be done during Gameplay. - Added Flipper Shadows that can be turned ON or OFF at the top of the table script. - Added Ball Shadows that can be turned ON or OFF at the top of the table script. - Added Score and Settings saving to the VPX Users folder as text file instead of Registry. - Fixed Desktop SSF and B2S when playing in Desktop Mode. - Added Alternate Flipper Color options that can be changed at the top of the table script. - Adjusted Hundreds of Playfield Parts, Lights and Options for smoother gameplay. - Enhanced GI Lighting. - Fixed Scoring and Player error. - Added Startup, Game Play, and Gave Over music / audio - Each able to be turned ON or OFF at the top of the table script. USING LUT OPTIONS (VERY IMPORTANT): - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - When you boot the table for the first time, the table might appear a lot brighter than it is intended. 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: - - - - - - - - - - I opted NOT to use sound fx and dialog from the movie within the table itself, i.e.: hitting bumpers or slingshots, etc. I wanted to keep all the original EM sound fx and not overwhelm the gameplay. The addition of music and dialog to this table is done in the background ambient audio tracks to create a 'mood' and NOT a sound fx and music extravaganza. It successfully creates an overall tone for the table very well, especially if you dim your lights in the room and play practically in the dark. 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. All music and audio has been properly balanced, equalized, and completely re-mixed so no audio 'interferes' with the sounds of the game itself. 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 'fog'. 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 / fog'. You will get an error when you boot the table if the mp3 files are simply dumped into the Music folder. FINAL NOTES: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Overall - the table turnout out exactly as I envisioned. 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, which is one of the reasons why I included multiple options. This was also a HUGE learning experience for me. I have never really touched scripting prior and only concentrated on the graphics for tables I was a part of making. I started with an EM table because I 'thought' it would be an easier learning curve. I was wrong, because EVERYTHING is driven from the script and not reliant on a ROM to do the calculations and workload. Even though I had some help with Rascal and advice from Loserman76 (the EM guru) on some more complex things I wanted to add / change with the table, I am very proud how it turned out and now have a lot more confidence in myself to make MORE tables of this calibre in the future. "Rascal who? Crank Caller, Crank Caller! Just kidding." - Inside joke. FILES INCLUDED: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I have included enough extra materials / goodies as a complete package to fill out every screen of your cab (if you are playing in a cab), with 2 wheels styles for PinballX and Popper front ends, RealColorDMD and Toppers or Over / Unders for LCD screens, Video Backglass for your front end (PinballX users should use the additional mp3 file as 'Table Audio' for backglass video), and some other things. Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) v2.5 for 10.7.vpx Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) CE-Alt-Backglass.directB2S Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) CE-Alt-Video Backglass.mp4 Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Flyer 1.png Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Flyer 2.png Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Logo Image.png Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Original Backglass.directB2S Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Original Video Backglass.mp4 Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) RealColorDMD - 128x32.avi Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) RealColorDMD - 128x32.gif Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Topper or LCD DMD - 1280x390.mp4 Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Video Backglass Audio for PinballX.mp3 Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Wheel 1.png Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Wheel 2 - SCE.png Gottlieb-EM-Topper-Fog-Colors-Large.mp4 Gottlieb-EM-Topper-Fog-Colors-Small.mp4 CREDITS: - - - - - - - - BorgDog - Original Space Walk table HiRez00 - Table Re-Theme / Re-Designs Apophis - New v2.5 Updates (See Above) nFozzy / Rothbauerw - Physics and Flippers Rothbauerw - Drop Targets Rascal - Scripting, Updates, and Testing Loserman76 - EM Knowledge / Advice - May you rest in Peace, Brother. JP Salas - LUT Selector Enhancement - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Permission to Mod: NO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - This project took considerable time and I wanted to share it with everyone ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic would be greatly 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! 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!
  4. Version 1.0.0

    194 downloads

    This release wouldn't be possible without the following: Halen who provided the images for this Like all of my releases, hold down the left flipper for 3 seconds when not playing a game to set the options. ZIP includes a wheel image and directB2S (sorry, I don't recall where the wheel image came from, so if it is yours let me know and I'll add you to the credits) This is for personal use only. DO NOT include this in any pre-packaged ZIP of tables for commercial/non-commercial products. You know who you are. Just enjoy what is provided for FREE instead of trying to earn a buck from our community's work. Any mods, require permissions from ALL of the above folks listed as primary contributors for this table.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    453 downloads

    Thank You to Loserman76 for originally creating this amazing table! Thank You to HiRez00 for his music script! Thank you to the entire Visual Pinball community for all the work you to do to make this an awesome hobby! Shoutout to VPNATION for running a great Facebook group! HANK You for Downloading, I put my heart into this one, my first mod Go gentle on me lol - Download the patching tool from the link below if you haven't already -Download the original table I used for my mod at the link below. Thank You Loserman76 (Rest in Peace)! Now open VPUPatcher, choose the ORIGINAL table, and under "New Table Patch" choose my MOD file Hank Williams Pinball 2022.dif Name the table to your liking (don't remove the ".vpx") and hit apply patch and wait until its finished. Use the newly created table. Don't forget to download the The Hank Williams Pinball (2022) db2s back glass file as well to go along with the table. The Music for my mod can be found at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/100nhFEOYbBz9i_O_j-k7sukCaRxP0QRD?usp=sharing A Thank You to HiRez00 for his awesome Music Mod and tutorial! Right Magna Save Button starts the music and switches to Next Track, Left Magna Save Button stops the music Also, download my media package which includes Playfield Video, Back glass Video, Wheel, Loading Screen, and Full DMD or Topper which ever you prefer. Have fun by playing and don't forget to hit the like button or a thanks Now a little bit about the inspiration for this table... Introducing the Godfather of Country Music... Hank Williams Sr. (1923-1952) Hank Williams became one of America's first country music superstars, with hits like "Your Cheatin' Heart," before his early death at 29. Who Was Hank Williams? Hank Williams is considered one of the most popular American country music singer/songwriters with songs like "Cold, Cold Heart," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Hey, Good Lookin'" and "I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive." He died of a heart attack at the age of 29 in 1953 in the backseat of his Cadillac. Early Years Widely considered country music's first superstar, Hiram "Hank" Williams was born September 17, 1923, in Mount Olive, Alabama. Cut from rural stock, Williams, the third child of Lon and Lillie Williams, grew up in a household that never had much money. His father worked as a logger before entering the Veterans Administration hospital when young Hank was just six. Father and son rarely saw each other over the next decade, with Williams' mother, who ran rooming houses, moving the family to Greenville and later Montgomery, Alabama. His childhood was also shaped by his spinal condition, spina bifida, which set him apart from other kids his age and fostered a sense of separation from the world around him. The world he seemed to identify most with was the musical sounds that poured out of the radio and emanated from church choirs. A quick study, Williams learned how to play folk, country and, thanks to an African-American street musician named Rufus Payne, the blues. By the time he'd moved with his mother to Montgomery in 1937, Williams' music career was already in motion. Picking up the guitar for the first time at the age of eight, Williams was just 13 when he made his radio debut. A year later he was entering talent shows and had his own band, Hank Williams and his Drifting Cowboys. In full support of Williams' musical aspirations was his mother, Lillie. She drove her son and his band to shows throughout southern Alabama. By the early 1940s, he'd caught the attention of music executives in Nashville. But coupled with Williams' obvious talents as a singer and songwriter was an increasing dependence on alcohol, which he'd started abusing in order to relieve his sometimes excruciating back pain. As a result, he was not considered a reliable performer. Married Man Williams' personal life took a major turn in 1943 when he met Audrey Mae Sheppard, who was the mother of a young daughter and had only recently left a messy marriage. Under Williams' guidance, Sheppard started playing bass and began performing in his band. Williams and Sheppard married in 1944. They had a son together, Hank Williams Jr., on May 26, 1949. Sheppard, it seems, was extremely eager to make a mark in show business and, despite her obviously limited talent, pushed her husband to let her sing. In addition, her relationship with Williams' mom proved complicated. The two were often rivals for Williams' time and attention. Commercial Success In 1946, Williams traveled to Nashville to meet with music publisher Fred Rose and the Acuff-Rose Publications company. What began with Williams writing material for singer Molly O'Day eventually gave way to a record contract with the recently created MGM label. A year after first meeting with Rose, Williams had his first hit, "Move It On Over." In April 1948, he scored a second Billboard success with "Honky Tonkin.'" But along with this early success came increased erratic behavior from Williams, who often showed up at live performances drunk. For a time his relationship with Fred Rose deteriorated, but the two were able to mend fences, paving the way for Williams to become a regular on the "Louisiana Hayride," a regular Saturday night performance hosted by a radio station in Shreveport. The performances greatly increased Williams' name recognition, but he still lacked a number one hit. That all changed in 1949 with the release of "Lovesick Blues," a throwaway rendition of an old show tune he'd pushed to tape at the end of a recording session. The song resonated with music fans, as well as executives at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, who invited Williams to perform. In ways that must have seemed unimaginable to this poor country boy, Williams' life quickly changed. His stardom put money in his pocket and gave him the kind of creative freedom artists long for. Over the next several years he churned out a number of other big hits, including "Cold, Cold Heart," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Hey Good Lookin'," "Lost Highway," and I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive." He also wrote a number of religious songs under the pseudonym Luke the Drifter. Troubled Times As the titles of some of Williams' songs suggest, heartbreak and turmoil were never that far from his life. As his success deepened, so did Williams' dependence on alcohol and morphine. The Opry eventually fired him, and in 1952, he and Sheppard divorced. His physical appearance diminished, too. His hair began falling out, and he put on 30 extra pounds. In late 1951, he suffered a minor heart attack while visiting his sister in Florida. A little more than a year later, on December 30, 1952, Williams, newly married to a younger woman named Billie Jean, left his mother's home in Montgomery for Charlestown, West Virginia. Liquored up and abusing morphine, he collapsed in a hotel room in Knoxville, Tennessee. A doctor was called to examine him. Despite his physical failings, Williams was cleared for more travel. On New Year's Day 1953, he took his seat in the back of his 1952 powder blue Cadillac. As his driver, college student Charles Carr, barreled toward a concert venue in Canton, Ohio, Williams' health took a turn for the worse. Finally, after not hearing from the singer for two solid hours, the driver pulled the car over in Oak Hill, West Virginia, at 5:30 in the morning. Williams was pronounced dead a short while later. His passing did not bring about the end to his stardom, however. It could be argued, in fact, that his early death only enhanced his legend. If Williams had lived, it's not entirely certain that the Nashville music community, so eager to shed its hillbilly roots, would have continued to embrace Williams' music. In the years since his death, Williams' impact has only grown, with artists as varied as Perry Como, Dinah Washington, Norah Jones and Bob Dylan all covering his work. Daughter Jett Williams As if straight out of a country song, it was revealed decades later that Williams had fathered a daughter, Jett, who was born shortly after his death. The identity of her famous father remained a mystery to her until her early twenties. Jett, whose legal name is Cathy Deupree Adkinson, was raised by Williams' mother for two years until she died. Jett was then legally adopted. Since the revelation of her famous father, she initiated legal claims to his estate and battled her half-brother, who refused to acknowledge her for a long time. In 1989, the Alabama State Supreme Court ultimately ruled in her favor and found her to be an equal heir, after an old document was recovered that showed Williams and Jett's mother had signed a shared custody agreement. In regards to her half-brother and where they stand today, Jett said: “As far as having a personal relationship, we don’t have like a brother-sister relationship, but we do get along; we do business and I think the world does realize that both of us have our dad’s best interest at heart.” Honors and Biopic Williams was among the first class of artists inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961, and in 2010, the Pulitzer Board awarded him a special citation for songwriting. His life and career were the subject of I Saw the Light, a 2015 biopic, starring Tom Hiddleston as Williams and Elizabeth Olsen as his first wife, Audrey. His life and music received a fresh look in 2019 with Ken Burns' 16-hour documentary, Country Music, which prominently featured the icon in an episode titled "The Hillbilly Shakespeare." Williams remains a beloved albeit tragic figure in country music and his work continues to influence musicians to this day.
  6. Version 1.0.0f

    146 downloads

    Joker (Gottlieb 1950) VPX conversion of PBecker's table. Backglass by Itchigo
  7. Version 1.0.0f

    183 downloads

    Domino (Gottlieb 1968) made by late loserman76.
  8. View File New York (Gottlieb 1976) New York (1976) Table build/scripting Loserman76 Images from AllKnowing2012's VP9x table Backglass image by Wildman Submitter loserman76 Submitted 12/09/2021 Category Electro Mechanical (EM) Recreations Link to B2S Permission to Mod Yes  
  9. Version 1.0.0

    337 downloads

    This is a re-upload that was originally on Vpinball.com before it went down for good. The late, great Loserman76 really helped me a lot with this table - so out of respect for his passing - I am uploading it here so more can enjoy it. - - - - - - - - - - - Grand Prix (Williams 1976) EM A few months back, forum member aka "Shark's Mouth" found a real Grand Prix in the back of the building he was working at. He managed to take about 150 hi-resolution photos of the entire playfield, plastics and backglass (I mean just about every inch) - and he posted those photos on this site, hoping someday someone could use them to make a clean new VPX table from them. I stitched them all together and embarked on a complete redraw of the playfield, plastics and backglass - that took a couple weeks on and off. Loserman76 (being the EM guru that he is) built a brand new table using the new playfield as a guide - that looked and played great. Because the playfield and plastics were a new redraw - no matter what lighting approach I took within VPX - the lighting always looked FLAT and not realistic. Enter Bord ... Bord imported everything into Blender and "enhanced" all the lighting and rendered out a beautiful and ultra realistic output. I am a big fan of 60s and 70s EM tables and I wanted to do it justice since we started with such great resources. This final version is a example of great collaboration between all involved. Included with this download is the new VPX version of Grand Prix, new Backglass, and new wheel image. Also included is an mp3 file named: Grand Prix (Williams 1976) EM - F1 Race Ambience.mp3. This is a subtle sound effect track that you can load into your front end system (PinballX) that will play before the table is loaded. At the top of the table script you can choose if you want the ball / flipper shadows ON or OFF. I suggest you turn them OFF if you a using a slower system. Also built into the table is the JP Salas LUT selector. Hold down the LEFT MAGNASAVE and then press the RIGHT MAGNASAVE to cycle through the 9 different LUT brightnesses. Hold down LEFT FLIPPER for 3 - 4 seconds BEFORE starting a game to access the build in Game Menu to change the game options. - Enjoy. CREDITS: - - - - - - - - Loserman76 - Complete Table build + Scripting HiRez00 - Playfield, Plastics, and B2S ReDraw Bord - Blender Rendering and other Enhancements Shark's Mouth - All real table reference photos Schreibi34 - Apron and Pop Bumper Mesh MLager8 - Apron ReDraw JP Salas - LUT Selector Enhancement - - - - - - - - - - - - - - This project took considerable time and I wanted to share it with everyone ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic would be greatly 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!
  10. Version 1.0

    195 downloads

    Triple Action (Williams 1973) Direct B2S Backglass New high-resolution Direct B2S for Triple Action (Williams 1973) VPX table -originally built for VPX by the late, great Loserman76. Authentic lighting and text and Fully Tested. - - - - - - - - - - Don't be a leech and just download the files ... leave a comment or at least hit the LIKE button if you download it and like it! You can show some support by hitting the 'Beer Me' button above ... I like beer! Please do not post this .zip or any of its contents anywhere else for download - you will be sacked! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PLEASE NOTE: I create these videos, tables, b2s, support 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! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking permission first. All Logos, Characters, Copyrights and Trademarks property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OR DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE DO NOT RE-DISTRIBUTE.
  11. Version 1.0

    180 downloads

    Jack in the Box (Gottlieb 1973) Direct B2S Backglass New high-resolution Direct B2S for Jack in the Box (Gottlieb 1973) VPX table -originally built for VPX by the late, great Loserman76. Authentic lighting and text and Fully Tested. - - - - - - - - - - Don't be a leech and just download the files ... leave a comment or at least hit the LIKE button if you download it and like it! You can show some support by hitting the 'Beer Me' button above ... I like beer! Please do not post this .zip or any of its contents anywhere else for download - you will be sacked! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PLEASE NOTE: I create these videos, tables, b2s, support 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! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking permission first. All Logos, Characters, Copyrights and Trademarks property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OR DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE DO NOT RE-DISTRIBUTE.
  12. Version 1.0

    183 downloads

    Super Spin (Gottlieb 1977) Direct B2S Backglass New high-resolution Direct B2S for Super Spin (Gottlieb 1977) VPX table -originally built for VPX by the late, great Loserman76. Authentic lighting and text and Fully Tested. - - - - - - - - - - Don't be a leech and just download the files ... leave a comment or at least hit the LIKE button if you download it and like it! You can show some support by hitting the 'Beer Me' button above ... I like beer! Please do not post this .zip or any of its contents anywhere else for download - you will be sacked! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PLEASE NOTE: I create these videos, tables, b2s, support 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! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking permission first. All Logos, Characters, Copyrights and Trademarks property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OR DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE DO NOT RE-DISTRIBUTE.
  13. Version 1.0

    186 downloads

    Outer Space (Gottlieb 1972) Direct B2S Backglass New high-resolution Direct B2S for Outer Space (Gottlieb 1972) VPX table -originally built for VPX by the late, great Loserman76. Authentic lighting and text and Fully Tested. - - - - - - - - - - Don't be a leech and just download the files ... leave a comment or at least hit the LIKE button if you download it and like it! You can show some support by hitting the 'Beer Me' button above ... I like beer! Please do not post this .zip or any of its contents anywhere else for download - you will be sacked! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PLEASE NOTE: I create these videos, tables, b2s, support 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! DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking permission first. All Logos, Characters, Copyrights and Trademarks property of their respective owners. PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OR DISTRIBUTION. PLEASE DO NOT RE-DISTRIBUTE.
  14. Version 1.0.0f

    466 downloads

    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.
  15. Version 1.0.0f

    575 downloads

    Amigo (Bally 1974) by the late LoserMan76
  16. Version 1.0.0f

    157 downloads

    Hit the Deck Build/Coding by Loserman76 Artwork by GNance Chris Aguilar - card images
  17. Version 1.0.0f

    280 downloads

    Four Seasons by Gottlieb Playfield redraw by me. If you think it sucks, delete the table - lol Plastics culled from images on the internet Uses metal bracket primitive by Cyberpez (thank you for it, and to Bord for his version as well). Uses Bord's new primitive flippers - these look so nice. ZIP includes B2S
  18. Version 1.0f

    823 downloads

    Original Loserman76 version.
  19. Version 2.0.0f

    436 downloads

    Baseball (Gottlieb 1970) made by the late loserman76.
  20. Version 1.0.0f

    614 downloads

    Space Mission (Williams 1976) by the late LoserMan76
  21. Version 1.0f

    512 downloads

    Teacher's Pet (Williams 1965) by the late loserman76.
  22. Version 1.0f

    686 downloads

    Orignal Loserman76 version.
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