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  1. Version 1.0.2

    6,146 downloads

    Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast By: VPW So many hours from so many users were put into this tribute table to show how far things have really come with the possibilities of VPX. We wanted to get this out there for all to enjoy and expand the user base since we have exhausted our testing. This is one of the most complex tables so far and we have pounded on it for months, but I am sure there are still issues that are lurking. If you find an issues, please post to the forums so we can work through them. Without the following people this could never happen. Special thanks to: RetroG33K, Soundscape, Iaakki, Daphishbowl, Apophis, Benji, Hawkeye, Sixtoe, MrH, Rik, Nailbuster, Tomate, AstroNasty, TerryRed, DarkStar, HiRez00, Seirif, Rothbauerw, PinStratsDan, leojreimroc, BountyBob, and many more. NOTES: **Don't change the variable PuPDMDDriverType=2. There was an oversight on bat file directions shown and no pup variables need to be changed for this table** - Make sure your PINUP is up to date: https://www.nailbuster.com/wikipinup/doku.php?id=release_notes - VPX Version: 10.7.2 INSTALL: 1) Copy VPX to your VPX Tables directory 2) Download the pup pack (link below) 3) Copy IM_LOTB directory inside the pup zip to <drive>:\PinUPSystem\PUPVideos 4) Run the batch file in the pup pack that matches your config. It should make all necessary script changes for you. 5) To get the full music, view the readme in the Pup Music directory <drive>:\PinUPSystem\PUPVideos\IM_LOTB\Music 6) Update your DOF config files 1.0.0 PUP Pack location https://mega.nz/file/jQoUiZ5Z#BhKnoLmeTdD2UbIcZ9yxeTpyxVtoz3jh2y-u43ZTOAQ MPT3K Scorbit Setup and Tutorial Manu made a great step by step on how to setup and use Scorbit https://youtu.be/Sb6GF_3wDtc
  2. Version 2.0

    1,166 downloads

    Some explanation first. My username on VPinball was Warbler33. It still is over at VPForums. Why did I change my name here? If I had really thought about it, I probably would’ve been CactusDude everywhere from the start. But things didn’t happen that way. So after VPinball closed, I considered starting fresh here (you know, in that way high schoolers plan to become cool kids in college?). But in the aftermath of the shutdown, I kept learning about all the awesome tables I didn’t know about until they were already gone. I’d hate for anyone to be searching high and low for my stuff, so I decided to upload them at VPF under my old name. But I’ve come to learn that plenty of authors over here, that I enjoy the work of, don’t/can’t spend time over at VPF. Rather than give the impression that I support one site over the other, and to give more people access to my tables, I’ll be uploading stuff over here as well. TL;DR – Warbler33 at VPF is CactusDude here at VPUniverse. I’m not reposting someone else’s tables without permission. They’re mine to share. I hope you enjoy them. *** Here's "Ballyhoo" - the smash-hit that kicked off Bally's success back in 1932, recreated in VPX. No flippers in sight - just pins and balls living in the moment. A huge thank you to mfuegemann for creating "Cavalcade (Stoner 1935)" which I stripped down and rebuilt as Ballyhoo. This was my first recreation in VPX (I did it in the fall of 2020) and I'm still proud of it. I hope you enjoy playing it as much as I enjoyed making it. This is essentially the version that was on VPinball. I just added the right magna key as a ball loader in addition to the originally mapped right flipper. Download includes the table with a static backglass. There are also two wheels to choose from. *** August 26, 2022 UPDATE: Thanks to Dan (dude81818) for contacting me with an offer to send over much nicer looking playfields/aprons/plungers for the table. He also spent a lot of time making sure that the frame around the table looked WAY better. If you open up the script, there are numbers you can change under "Playfield Options" which toggles the playfield/apron/plunger images. Trust me, a redownload is worth it - the table looks better than I ever could've hoped when I first made it.
  3. Version 2.0.2

    1,912 downloads

    Welcome to Cactus Jack's! It's Party Time! This table was originally done by BorgDog and Bodydump on version 0.95. They had help from Dark (cactus models), Bord (lighting) and Rothbauerw (physics) some time ago. I asked for permission to add all the latest physics, sounds, etc. to the table. I also did quite a few updates in version 2.0 mentioned below. Also thanks to RIK, PinStratsDan, Apophis, and Wylte for testing the table. IMPORTANT: You MUST select what mode of table you are playing in the Script. VR, Desktop, or Cab. There are several other options to select as well, including ball brightness, VR Room, VR clock, VR posters, VR topper. LUT can be changed by clicking the right and left magna save buttons. (You can turn that off in the script as well) IF YOU experience performance issues... there are options to change that. First of all, there's an option to turn wobble off. Wobble allows the cacti on top of the bumpers to move when you nudge the table, or the ball hits the bumpers. A cool effect but not if you experience performance issues. Also, you can turn dynmaic shadows off for additonal performance if needed. Version 2.0 Updates: - The table is now a hybrid (desktop, cab, and VR) - VR includes an animated backglass (image from Wildman), and several VR options (room, poster, clock, topper). (Sixtoe originally provided VR cab art and other tweaks a year ago) - The table and flipper physics have been updated to the latest VPW standards, as well as dynamic shadows, drop targets, ramprolling sounds, and several other tweaks. - Fleep sounds added - Corrected a couple errors in the table, as the upper drop targets were reversed. Also tilt wasn't working. All corrected, and adjusted. - Enhanced performance as much as I could by removing all getballs calls and no longer destroy and recreate balls. I implemented only the gBOT global call. - Updated the trough code to manage all balls on the table. - Added LUT options. - I also typed up a rules sheet and included in the download, and in table info, since it can't be found on the web. RIK provided a link to a game play video here:
  4. Version 1.3

    9,849 downloads

    The Quest stands upon the edge of a knife. Stray but a little, and it will fail, to the ruin of all. The VPin Workshop Fellowship proudly presents an entirely reimagined and originally illustrated Lord of the Rings pinball experience. Ver 1.3 Notes; Among other things this should help a lot with anyone who was getting white texture issues and fix some stuttering issues for some people. Ver 1.1 Notes; LOTR was designed in 10.6 (as are 99% of our tables) and this time converted to 10.7 on the very last revision so that we could use webp image support to cut the file size down to almost 1/4 of the size. However it seems that there are numerous issues with how 10.7 deals with either large textures, large file sizes or something else, which has resulted in the white textures reported. We're looking into why this happens and will work with the VPX devs in any way we can. These bugs, combined with 10.7 not being fully compatible with VR yet have led to us to revert to 10.6 (as all of our previous files have been). Other fixes including minor physics repositioning and cabinet mode tweaks. The journey began when we received an excellent playfield scan, but soon found ourselves wanting to drastically change the artwork. So began the long journey into the depths of Mordor, where many challenges were encountered and overcome. The table is entirely rebuilt, with much effort spent toward making it as physically accurate as possible. All the figurines have been scanned from the actual pinball toys. The table is exquisitely modelled and raytraced, with special visual features added to some modes to enhance the drama. Your quest through this game will not be easy, but we hope it will be enjoyable! • Apophis - Project Lead, Scripting, Determination. Hairy feet. • Astronasty - All Original Artwork. Large Axe. • Tomate - 3D Magic and Wizardry. • Sixtoe - Random Stuff, VR Things, Screaming. Sword. • iaakki - Some flashers, random stuff. Bow and Arrow. • Skitso - Lighting tuning. • EBIsLit - Baseline playfield scan, purchasing the playfield figurines. • Dazz - 3D scans of all the figurines. • Wylte - Ball Shadows, Palantir Sauron eye movement. • Fluffhead35 - Ramp and ball rolling sounds. • HauntFreaks - Blackglass B2S. • Bord - Playfield mesh. • GTXJoe - Shot testing tool • Flupper - General assistance with rendering issues. • RothbauerW - Physics tutorial, general assistance. • PinStratsDan & VPW Team - Testing. • Rik - Lord of the Screams. • Everyone in VPW for their support and encouragement! • The PinMAME and VPX Developers for the programmes we all use! This release would not have been possible without the legacy of those who came before us. Thank you... Fly, you fools! ========================================================== Performance Tips; Set DynamicBallShadowsOn to 0. Additional VR Performance Tips; Set PlayfieldToys to 0.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    Touchdown (Gottlieb 1984) Tarcisio Wheel Style
  6. Version 1.22

    10,086 downloads

    Welcome to the frightfully fun release of Tales From The Crypt from the VPW team! This is our first scratch built table using all the tips and tricks we've picked up in our past releases and mods, and we're super proud of it and hope you all enjoy it! ** Please use VPX 10.6, there may be issues with 10.7 This is now updated to 10.7. With all of the options on the table is quite "heavy", and the new "RTX" ball shadow code is fairly costly in terms of performance, we think it looks amazing (if we do say so ourselves!) but can be turned off. VR Options are all in the script, with options to include or exclude the RTX shadows. (by the way, RTX has nothing to do with nvidias RTX, it's just a name!) '*** V-Pin Workshop Spooky Crypt Team *** - Project Manager: Tomate - Models and textures with Blender & Octane: Tomate - Ramps: Tomate - Primitive fading code for GI and flashers: iaakki - "Three layer" 3D Inserts: iaakki - Tombstone Code: Sixtoe, DJRobX - PF edits and insert texts: iaakki - Additional lighting: iaakki, Sixtoe, Skitso, G5k, Tomate - Wylte RTX ball shadows: Wylte, apophis, iaakki - VR & Various Fixes: Sixtoe - nFozzy physics: iaakki, Benji - Rubberizer and TargetBouncer: iaakki - Fleep Sounds: iaakki, Benji - Miscellaneous fixes and tweaks: CyberPez, apophis, kingdids, baldgeek, fluffhead35, HauntFreaks - Testing: Rik, VPW team Table Rules ' 002 tomate - wireramps and metal ramps prims added ' 003 tomate - correct POV, backwall added ' 004 tomate - ramps height corrected ' 005 iaakki - NFozzy lighting script in, PF and new insert Text ramp, First inserts layed ' 006 iaakki - insert bulb primitives added for testing ' 008 iaakki - OFF insert Normal Map added ' 011 iaakki - round inserts done ' 012 iaakki - rec star inserts ' 013 iaakki - some insert adjustmens ' 014 iaakki - updated PF and text, rest of the inserts done. lamps on layer 8 needs adjustment ' 018 tomate - some new prims and textures added ' 019 tomate - rest of the new primitives and textures added (layer 1) ' 020 tomate - some tweaks on VPX stuff, low poly colidable ramps added (layer 2), some tweaks on LUTs ' 021 tomate - more tweaks on LUTs, add flippers prims to work properly, add new holes on PF mesh, tumbstone prim and VUKs works properly now, some tweaks on upper plastic, apron plastic primitive fixed ' 022 Benji - Physics scripting in place with working flippers, no rubber dampening applied to objects yet ' 023 kingdids - some tweaks on table lighting settings ' 024 tomate - correct all the textures from camera POV, some tweaks on lighting settings and LUTs ' 025 tomate - separate eye target and remplace original prims, separate drop targets and spinners prims (doesn't work yet), redone slingshots and separate prims of SLING1/2 ' 026 sixtoe - Refactored timers, added playfield trigger and top vuk hole sides, aligned ramp entrance lamp flashers, sorted out some of the vr cabinet prims (temp invisible), ' 027 iaakki - Checked physics code, made new collections for rubberbands and posts, added fleep sounds on most of the collisions (all other sounds removed for now), laneguides had wrong physics so ball felt spinning all the time ' 028 iaakki - RightFlipper1 added back with ssf sounds ' 029 iaakki - Plunger, drain, bumper and wire gate sounds tied. Upper right flipper live catch should be now possible ' 030 tomate - OFF textures added ' 031 iaakki - Metals and MetalRamps duplicate prims done to layers 7 and 9. Created material for fading and tied them to GIUpdates. ' 032 iaakki - some new material and cab sides tied to gi ' 033 tomate - rubbers posts and sleeves separated and applied to the collection dPosts and dSleeves respectively. Rubber bands separated and assigned to the aRubberBands collection. Physical materials assigned to rubber posts, sleeves, metal walls, plastics, and metal ramps. Correction of the location of a rubber post that invaded the loop ramp ' 034 tomate - erase original rubber bands, remplace LSling1/2 and RSling1/2 with baked prims. Cleaning g02 texture so that it looks correct when the slingshots kick ' 035 tomate - spinners and gates prims in place and hooked up, standup target and eye targets in place unhooked. ' 036 iaakki - wireramps added to gi fading, metalramp db issue fixed, ball shadows, insert text, flip shadows fixed by aadjusting Z. ' 037 iaakki - off prim D default values changed. Added more stuff to giupdates ' 038 tomate - animation of gate1 and 2 fixed. Collections created according to textures, primitives assigned to collections. All the primitives has "colormaxnoreflectionhalf" material ' 039 iaakki - rest of the OFF prims done, double checked all settings for ON and OFF prims. Dedicated materials created. GIupdates is now using UpdateMaterial with aLvl^5 for gi events. RF_plastics image imported, but not taken in use. ' 040 iaakki - created materials for each type of prims: gi_on_plastic,metals,cab,blubs and those are faded differently in giupdate. Made fading speed faster. ' 041 cyberpez - Animated standup targets. Reworked drops to be animated and Roths Double Drop mod. ' 042 iaakki - Added standup and drop target off prims and added to fading. Fixed drop target transZ to transY. Updated to rom tftc_400. UseSolenoids=2 in too. ' 043 tomate - A few textures fixed and some LUTs added ' 044 iaakki - PF GI flasher reworked, some OFF prim default DL values adjusted, MetalsOFF prim size adjustment to avoid z fighting, New on/off collections to hide primis when GI full on/off ' 045 iaakki - tombstoneOFF made to move too ' 046 iaakki - Sol4R created for right flasher, only gion state for now. ' 048 iaakki - Sol4R kind of working in gion and gioff state. Various DL values should be fixed in each state. Simple preloader done ' 049 tomate - All prims with DL=1, plastics prims replaced, top_plastic unhooked from GI, plastics_off texture modified, collideable metal walls reworked (ball now acts naturally when left VUK kicks or when falls from left spinner), collideable prim for center vuk added , center vuk strength corrected ' 050 iaakki - flipper physics restored and loophelper implemented. ' 054 iaakki - RF and LF code implemented to debug version ' 055 iaakki - textures imported back. cab_RF was broken and fixed it. Plunger lane plastic is broken on some textures. ' 058 iaakki - flasher and gi fading finalized, 68 and 71 lamps assigned, sling animation items added to fading, but removed from visibility swaps. May flicker in VR?? ' 059 iaakki - new plastics prim and GI control. Changed PLAYFIELD_GI1 depth bias as it had issues with plastics. OFF flips made darker ' 060 iaakki - ball brightness fading with GI. Consts ballbrightMin and ballbrightMax are used to set the limits. ' 061 tomate - new set of prims added, new set of texures added, prims separated and placed into collections ' 062 iaakki - fixed some DB issues, added flasherblooms, adjusted lighting ' 063 tomate - bumpers prims divided, bumperRing 1/2/3 animation done, off primitives still missing ' 064 iaakki - fixed sling DL values that were not consistent, added some magnasave button action, made some tests to pf flashers, GI bulbs still broken, some other lighting tweaks ' 065 tomate - new set of backwall textures added, slings DL values bring to 0, erase slings from g02, scatter value added to left plunger to make shots more random, modified strenght of central VUK to match with gameplay videos ' 065a tomate - increase scatter value to the left plunger, bumperRing Off prims added to Script ' 066 Sixtoe - Split ramp bulbs out of g02 and added them to DL, split bumper caps out of bumpers and added them to DL, cut holes in PF, adjusted some lights and flashers, realigned and coded VR cabinet & modes, adjusted shooter lighting and disconnected bulb from g02 prim, added under table GI lights for ball reflections, ' 067 iaakki - tombstone redone and shaking. rubberizer and targetbouncer added; not adjusted ' 068 tomate - jurassic dome OFF texture tweaked, LF and RF flasherbloom moved up, main gate texture changed, PF thickness added to hole near upper flipper, bulbs primitive separated in ---> bulbs and lamp_bulbs and placed into collections ' 073 iaakki - Merge various triggers and ballshadow code from duplicate 065 version ' 074 baldgeek - set plunger to auto, added enter/exit sounds for scoop next to left ramp ' 075 baldgeek - fixed scoop exit sound ' 076 gtxjoe - Add debug shot testing. Press 2 to block outlanes/drain. Press and hold any of these keys to test shots: W, E, R, Y, U(Vuk), I(Crypt Vuk), P, A, S, F, G ' 077 iaakki - At least the ball uservalue bug fixed by having an array to carry wireramp status. Uses BallGoesWire sub. TargetBouncer taken in use for targets, posts and sleeves. ' 078 fluffhead35 - Added RampRolling sound playback logic for wire ramp sounds. Implemented WireRampOn for sw47 & sw58 and WireRampOff for Trigger1 & Trigger2 ' 079 iaakki - ramproll stuff combined to ball shadow code. Triggers reworked one more time, Right vuk ramp fixed as ball jumped over the triggers, rdampen set to 10ms timer ' 080 benji - wire ramp loop sound swapped out for more seamless one. fx_vukExit_wire sound added to manager, added to VUK subs replacing 'popper' sound needs to be tested. ' 082 benji - reimported missing droptarget sounds, changed kickback sound from missing 'popper' to new KickBack2.wav ' 083 fluffhead35 - tweaked ramp shadow code when looking up the ramptype from Wire RampRoll variables ' 084 iaakki - major merge for new trough from cyberpez. All the solflashers and related inserts recoded. tnob increased so can debug. ' 085 iaakki - adjusted flashers and added backplate vpx flashers ' 086 fluffhead35 - merged in 082 and 083 changes. Added more balls to the RampRoll array because it was too small for the number of balls. Added More RampRoll and WireRampRoll sounds as you need one per ball ' 087 iaakki - targetBouncer values reduced, scoop vuk fixed ' 089 tomate - wall008 at layer 1 deleted, underVUK prim at layer 2 reimported, pUpKicker material changed and lowered it to -10, cab/pf_adges/apron prims replaced, ScSp. relfections turned off ' 090 tomate - walls over the plastics at layer1 added, sw68 - captive Ball fixed (thanks gtxjoe!), central VUK fixed (thanks apophis!) ' 091 iaakki - Crypt shot fixed, BS depth bias issue solved, plunger -> droptarget -> drain fixed, ' 092 iaakki - PF GI flasher style changed ' 092a tomate - collideable wall tweaked so ball doesn't touch slinshot after right orbit ' 093 iaakki - fixed bugs from ball shadow code and improved perf, new PF gion/gioff images with larger hard edges on insert holes, new insert text image with edges, spot lamp tied to gi. Narnia check should bring the ball back in game.maybe.. Report your findings. ' 094 benji - add sound scoopExit. Crypt VUK exit/eject sound should be "fx_vukExit_wire" but i cannot get it to play... ' 095 iaakki - f53TOP added, wood sound added to one wall, right orb return matched to few videos, rtxfactor 0.8, right wireramp exit hacked, coin sounds added, sw52 sounds improved, ball shadows removed when large flashers bright, diverter sound added, some debug cleanup, additional wall added under trough ' 096 Sixtoe - Organised some layers, sorted height walls, deleted old redundant assets, fixed plunger exit gate textures, cropped the bottom of 2 bulb prims that were showing through holes, dropped lamp under skillshot rubber as it was clipping, manually edited all the g02 textures because dropping the lamp under the rubber meant part of it was black..., redid texture of left flasher so it doesn't look odd when off, manually edited g01_ON.png to brighten back of spinners ' 0961 iaakki - Bug fix and script optimizations for RTXBS on VR ' 097 tomate - Switch and diverter prims separeted and placed in collections. New clear plastics texture added. ' 0971 iaakki - Diverter and wireramp switches animated with sounds. ' 0974 tomate - diverter DB issue fixed, jurassic dome material changed, slanted sideblades added, cabinet mode added, POV corrected to cabinet mode ' 098 apophis - included RTX BS distance calculation optimizations ' 099 fluffhead35 - added logic to only show RTX shadows for 3 balls ' 099.1 Wylte - changed shadow DB to -2000, upped flasher intensity required to hide shadows to 0.7 ' 099.9 iaakki - 991 merge, Tied GI bulbs prim to updates, minor tweak to GI levels and collections, RTXBallShadows script option added, LockBarKey support added ' 100 Sixtoe - Split bulbs from g02 primitive (again!), tidied up layers a bit, deleted redundant stuff, added off prims to cabinet script, probably still needs more work. Left captive ball wall moved so ball isn't floating, Plugged hole in upper left plastic to stop ball trap. ' 101 iaakki - VUK issue solved, sideblades fixed, cabinetmode with fblooms fixed, TargetBouncerFactor introduced and default set 1.1 for now, flippernudge values corrected, red bulbs set to fading collections, metalramp DLFB values changed to make them blend better. ' 102 iaakki - Recoded LUT selector with 14 LUT files. save/load mechanism included. ' 103 iaakki - Insert OFF state normals added and insert balance tune, HauntFreak top notch tweak to red bulb flashers. ' 104 Sixtoe - Split off bumper prims, fixed script for them ' 105 apophis - fixed never ending ball rolling sounds. fixed slingshot sound effect locations ' 106 iaakki - ball shadow DB's adjusted more, RTX image changed (Thanks BorgDog for reference), RTX parameters changed to match new reference ' 107 tomate - post pass fixed, angleSidewalls for cabinet mode fixed (thanks Sixtoe!), angleSidewalls prims reworked and put into collections, OFF plastics textures tweaked ' 108 tomate - wall added over top plastics ' 109 iaakki - cleanup, crypt jam insert material tuned, spinner sounds added, rubberizer tuned, left ramp entrance gate tuned, DT threshold tuned ' 110 iaakki - subway redone, needs more testing ' 111 iaakki - Narnia rework, cleanup, subway tuned, collidable walls added under flips ' 112 iaakki - Lut changer tuned, insert off prim normals as script option, some insert prims were accidentally collidable, relay sounds added ' 113 iaakki - Some walls added on top of plastics, GTXJoe's "Debug Table testing routines" removed ' 114 Skitso - Fixed a bunch of lights ' 115 iaakki - upped sw39 hit threshold and tested it, under PF walls added to eliminate light bleed from inserts, VRRoom 1 and 3 disables RTX ball shadows, GI relay, Lutselector and spinner sound increased ' 116 Sixtoe - Fixed a couple of VR issues with the sidewalls, spent some time with how the ball looks ' 116DL1 tomate - all prims moved to DL=1, default LUT changed, apron texture fixed, flippers textures fixed ' 117 tomate - domes/ramps/bats textures fixed, bumper cap texture fixed Skitso!, trail strenght lowered to 30, POV tweaked, reflection strenght on PF lowered to 20 ' 118 iaakki - vrroom mode fixed, plunger lane gate tuned, ball made a bit brighter with const ballbrightMax and ballbrightMin, improved GI bulbs that reflect to balls, plastics DB set to -110 to fix laneguides ' RC1 iaakki - bumpertop materials changed, metals and laneguide DL values to 0.5, bumpertop ID fix, default value checks ' RC2 iaakki - Bumpertop image swaps and DL tied to GI plus lampz, sw38 improved and wall added to center the ball, script cleanup, bumper lights adjusted for GIOFF state ' RC3 tomate - plastic texture over the bumper fixed, right slingshot rubber texture fixed, logo added ' RC4 tomate - VPW original LUT fixed, HauntFreaks LUT added, compressed images by g5k added ' RC5 tomate - SSR set OFF by default, LUT added
  7. View File The Goonies Never Say Die Pinball (VPW) "Don't you realize? The next time you see sky, it'll be over another town. The next time you take a test, it'll be in some other school. Our parents, they want the best of stuff for us. But right now, they got to do what's right for them. Because it's their time. Their time! Up there! Down here, it's our time. It's our time down here." The VPin Workshop members present The Goonies: Never Say Die Pinball! This project started out by adding physics and fleep sound to Hawkeyez88 pup-pack release. In doing so many scripting issues were found in the original table. We decided to not only fix the current table, but have added support for FlexDMD, new modes, ramps, shadows, playfield, sounds, ect. Pretty much every piece of this table has been touched, enhanced, and tested. This table is setup to work with the FlexDMD out of the box. You can disable the FlexDMD and enable the pupPack created by Hawkeyez88 by changing the options in the script. * Main table overhaul: fluffhead35, oqqsan * nfozzy and fleep: fluffhead35 * DOF: apophis * New playfield design: HauntFreaks * Playfield, image and lighting updates: HauntFreaks * Backglass: HauntFreaks * Droptarget Shadows: HauntFreaks * Miscellaneous fixes and tweaks: Entire VPW team inc. Sixtoe, apophis, wylte, fluffhead35, oqqsan, Nailbuster * 3d Inserts: oqqsan * flupperdomes : oqqsan * FlexDMD : oqqsan * Apron Primitives: oqqsan and Tomate * Ramp Primitives: tomate * New Toy Primitives Chester,coins,key: oqqsan * Scoring and game play enhancements: Rik, apophis, oqqsan * Testing: Rik, apophis, VPW team * Bone Organ Primitives: Tomate * Bone Organ Animations: oqqsan * wylte: Flasher shadows on ramp * Original pupdmd code: Nailbuster * Previous DMD animations: VPFiends This release would not have been possible without the legacy of those who came before us including, in this case, Javiers VPX version. Thank you to Rothbauerw and nFozzy for the physics. Thanks to Fleep for sounds. Submitter VPinWorkshop Submitted 11/01/2021 Category Original (Original) Game Creations Link to B2S Included Link to Media Pack  
  8. View File Hang Glider (Bally 1976) VPW presents Hang Glider by Bally, In honor and memoriam of Jeff Whitehead, aka loserman76, who passed on Nov 16th 2021. loserman76 made the original VPX version of Hang Glider and was a longstanding champion of EM machines in virtual pinball (and prolifically so, making literally hundreds of EM virtual tables), and although none of us knew him personally he was often seen in the forums offering his expert help and advice, and was happy for us to start work on this some months ago. He will be missed and our thoughts are with his family. Original Description; Benji wanted to try and render an EM table to see how good we could make it look, so we asked loserman76 if we could mod his Hang Glider VPX table to which he agreed, it was a good experiment but very different from what we are used to! VPW Gliders ======== Graphics: Benji Scripting: gtxjoe, apophis, scottacus Physics: Benji, apophis Drop Targets: gtxjoe, apophis Shadows: apophis, Wylte VR: Leojreimroc Numerous Tweaks: Sixtoe Testing: Bord, VPW VPW change log =========== '001-004 - Benji - Intitial import of baked geometry and low rez images. Added nfozzzy physics and fleep code (most not assigned yet). '005 - apophis - added RTX BS '006 - Benji - adjusted flipper mesh height. Adjust transparency of plastic over center kicker,changed background color to black, added holes in playfield mesh and added hole meshes '007 - gtxjoe - scripted spinner and standup prims. added shot tester (W E R Y U I P A S F G H J K). Standup 002-225 and DropTgt need new pivot point. Drops not scripted yet '008 - Benji - Changed pivot of all drops and targets 'one more time'... '009 - gtxjoe - Added roth drop target scripting. Drop targets work but sometimes hard to drop. Not sure why. '011 - Benji - Playfield hole texture adjusted, apron mesh/render fixed/moved VPX GI deleted. DL changed to 1 on all imported/baked prims '012 - gtxjoe - Worked on drop target animation. Works but target primitives need to be rotated 180 degrees. '013 - benji - targets rotated 180 degrees vn_kicker mesh added and vn_KickerArm needs to be animated. Baked sling rubber meshes imported to layer 5, need to be hooked up '014 - gtxjoe - vn_KickerArm and sling rubber meshes animated. There is temp "vn_KickerArmTEST" to show the kicker arm animation - can be deleted after reviewing '016 - benji - New half-rez baked render set with adjusted moodier lighting. Added Rubbers collection for fleep hit sounds. Hooked up fleep slingshot shounds. Added more visible playfield holes. Removed old non collidable slings ' Imported baked GI bulbs as separate mesh, settting DL to 1. Moved them down a bit. Adjusted center kicker plywood hole mesh and texture. Adjusted Apron mesh and texture. '017 - Benji - more fiddling with baked lighting. added Credit light mesh on hapron with on/off image that needs to be hooked up. '018 - gtxjoe - Scripted Credit Light, Gottlieb chime sounds and Drop target reset sound '019 - Benji - adjusted flipper mesh height from playfield. tweaked some render things '020 - scottacus - flipper tricks and the DT code. If you part out posts those could be dampened. '021 - apophis - Added GI lights back in on layer 9, set all halo heights to -1. Updated RTX BS implementation. '022 - apophis - Updated RTX BS so that shadows don't disappear when ball over playfield mesh hole. '023 - apophis - Updated ambient shadow so that it becomes less dark when close to RTX GI light sources '024 - Sixtoe - Fixed object & graphics conflicts, tweaked rollovers, minor adjustments '025 - apophis - added drop target shadow functionality '026 - apophis - fixed drop target shadow heights. Added rubberizer, target bouncer, and coil ramp up options. Fixed a lot of Fleep sound implementation issues. Updated flipper tricks scripts. Tweaked some physics parameters. '027 - leojreimroc - Added VR Room. Added Buzzer sound for "Over the Top". Slightly enlarge Apron. '028 - leojreimroc - Added bar and Fancy Minimal Room '029 - leojreimroc - Removed Bar Room. Disabled Bumpers and Slingshots during tilt. Slightly adjusted VR Cabinet size. '030 - Sixtoe - Religned primitives, added missing rubber post, realigned all targets, realigned rubber band targets, adjust centre vuk hole, expanded rubber slings, realigned drop target shadows '031 - Sixtoe - fixed stupid script mistake, removed redundant images '032 - Wylte - ShadowConfigFile disabled (may require deletion of HangGlider_76VPX HS file, sorry), Ballsize and Ballmass constants added, Dynamic Shadows updated, GILight002 & 003 added (still no vpx lights behind dt's), '033 - Sixtoe - Added missing GI lights and bulb primitives, added top of inlane rounded top after ball stopped balancing on it!, '034 - Sixtoe - realigned a lot of collidable objects, rebuild inlane walls to stop ball bouncing up, updated rubberizer code, Submitter VPinWorkshop Submitted 11/29/2021 Category VPX - Hybrid Releases Link to B2S https://vpuniverse.com/forums/files/file/8136-hang-glider-bally-1976/ Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Contact Author First.  
  9. Version 1.0.2

    4,001 downloads

    It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock n' roll! This mod started out as a simple collaboration between Hauntfreaks and Fluffhead35 to add new physics and VR room ended up as so much more. This table has had the bell code completely reworked by Apophis to work more like the real table. The playfield has been tweaked by none other than nFozzy himself to be more in line with the blueprint. He also fixed the right and left ramps to be true to the real table. nFozzy has graced this table with his experience to make it table amazing to play. This table was a mod of Sixtoe's AC/DC VR Room, where we made it a hybrid table. Fluffhead35 - Fleep, nFozzy physics, dynamic shadows, drop target code and new drop targets, 3d inserts, added new flipper bats, lighting tweaks, added Lampz code, adjusted nudge HauntFreak - Added new VR Room, Lighting Adjustments, Playfield Shadows Sixtoe - Original VR, Lighting, separated out horns on the train, many more he could not remember. Fixed right ramp, fixed bumper flashers. Realignment and prettying up rubbers and stuff. Apophis - New Bell Physics, scripting, guidance nFozzy - new collidable ramps to fix the shapes of them, moved top hole variance, bell metal/orbit metal tweaks, playfield reshape to correct dimensions. implemented ramp protectors, blank sidewalls, ramp stickers, adjusted bell position. Tomate - New visual ramps Retro27 - VR Room / Cabinet Reworked, New DMD Decals, Start button, tournament mode lights added. Adjustment to Instructions cards, added new render mode for VR Schlabber34 – reworked drop targets and other objects in blender for use in table. Bietekwiet, PinStratsDan, BountyBob, VPW Team - Beta testing! Many thanks to the original team who built this table from the ground up: ninuzzu, DJRobX, dark, tom tower, knorr, rysr, Peter J and Javier. And thanks to the VPDevTeam for the freaking amazing VPX.
  10. View File Fog, The (Gottlieb 1979) Complete Package 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! Submitter HiRez00 Submitted 12/10/2021 Category Electro Mechanical (EM) Recreations Link to B2S  
  11. Version 1.0.6

    3,938 downloads

    +++Please update your VPX 10.7 to the latest version 10.7.1 if you have troubles to run the latest 1.0.6 table update! Thanks Vpx 10.7.1 here : https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/releases?fbclid=IwAR2cUWKCwbS1rDcjUYPqvOrnwd0gFHzEWxnbLugaSc0XpeBo3i0fbfo2nC4 (this pup pack includes Adult theme videos Violence and Nudity ) +18 11 random intros i think ( i dont remember ) + 12 movies scenes ... Etc etc if you like blood and boobies you not gonna be disapointed .. Dont Tilt please .. You need vpx 10.7 to run this Table and Puppack The Puppack only works with the table inside the download folder Script - Options for ApronScreens - Backdrop and Slow Pcs are Off by Default just choose the one you like (Aprons screens are amazing ) Just Run the Bat file inside the puppack for your Screens Setup Enjoy Thanks To my TeamTuga Mate Pedro Peres Thanks Joe Picasso and Mario Thanks All Teamtuga
  12. View File Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast (Original 2022) VPW Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast By: VPW So many hours from so many users were put into this tribute table to show how far things have really come with the possibilities of VPX. We wanted to get this out there for all to enjoy and expand the user base since we have exhausted our testing. This is one of the most complex tables so far and we have pounded on it for months, but I am sure there are still issues that are lurking. If you find an issues, please post to the forums so we can work through them. Without the following people this could never happen. Special thanks to: RetroG33K, Soundscape, Iaakki, Daphishbowl, Apophis, Benji, Hawkeye, Sixtoe, MrH, Rik, Nailbuster, Tomate, AstroNasty, TerryRed, DarkStar, HiRez00, Seirif, Rothbauerw, PinStratsDan, leojreimroc, BountyBob, and many more. NOTES: **Don't change the variable PuPDMDDriverType=2. There was an oversight on bat file directions shown and no pup variables need to be changed for this table** - Make sure your PINUP is up to date: https://www.nailbuster.com/wikipinup/doku.php?id=release_notes - VPX Version: 10.7.2 INSTALL: 1) Copy VPX to your VPX Tables directory 2) Download the pup pack (link below) 3) Copy IM_LOTB directory inside the pup zip to <drive>:\PinUPSystem\PUPVideos 4) Run the batch file in the pup pack that matches your config. It should make all necessary script changes for you. 5) To get the full music, view the readme in the Pup Music directory <drive>:\PinUPSystem\PUPVideos\IM_LOTB\Music 6) Update your DOF config files 1.0.0 PUP Pack location https://mega.nz/file/jQoUiZ5Z#BhKnoLmeTdD2UbIcZ9yxeTpyxVtoz3jh2y-u43ZTOAQ MPT3K Scorbit Setup and Tutorial Manu made a great step by step on how to setup and use Scorbit https://youtu.be/Sb6GF_3wDtc Submitter VPinWorkshop Submitted 12/31/2022 Category VPX - Pinball Tables  
  13. Version 1.0

    3,662 downloads

    No more foreplay… Astronasty is a big fan of JPJs original release of Goldeneye and after receiving a clean playfield stitch from EBisLit he decided to pull the trigger on the mod. We gave it a full shake down by updating with nFozzy physics, Flupper domes, 3D inserts, Fleep sound effects, new ramp textures, GI lighting and shadows improvements, Radar dish enhancements, a VR room, and more. The pleasure will be all yours. Based on the VPX table by JPJ, Team PP and many more Project lead: Astronasty Playfield cleanup: Astronasty, EBisLit Physics: Fluffhead35, Apophis Sound effects: Fluffhead35 3D Inserts: EBisLit, Oqqsan Dynamic Shadows: Wylte VR Room and Backglass: Leojreimroc, Sixtoe Lighting: Hauntfreaks, Sixtoe GI control update: Iaakki Radar dish updates: Apophis, Oqqsan Flasher dome updates: Apophis, Leojreimroc Script fixes: Oqqsan, Apophis Desktop background: Oqqsan Ramp updates: Tomate Testing: VPW team, 1 day by Rik
  14. Version 1.2.2

    5,608 downloads

    This mod was originally supposed to be a small one, with just adding updated physics, sound and a VR room, then everyone got carried away and the table ended up being rendered and redone and tweaked to infinity Big thanks to ICPJuggla, Mfuegemann, Dark & Ben Logan for the original table. VR and other options are all in the script. Enjoy! *** V-Pin Workshop Taxi Drivers *** Tomate - Project Manager, including new primitives, textures. Bord - nFozzy flippers and physics apophis - Fleep sound, rtx shadows, general tweaks. Sixtoe - VR Stuff, lots of fiddling about. oqqsan - Playfield inserts and fading GI. UnclePaulie - VR backbox improvements & fixes. iaakki & fluffhead35 - misc tweaks and debugging Rik - Testing and feedback VPW Crew - Playtesting and suggestions **CHANGE LOG ** ' 001 - bord - Added nFozzy flippers and physics ' 002 - apophis - Added Fleep sound package ' 003 - apophis - Added missing knockerposition prim ' 004 - tomate - New flippers prims added ' 005 - tomate - Shadows flippers size fixed ' 006 - Sixtoe - VR stuff, fully operational built in backbox / dmd / backglass, fixed loads of light and glow weirdness, unified timers, added cabinet mode. ' 007 - tomate - upper left VUK direction corrected, exits of collidable wireRamps fixed, metal wall near express lane2 fixed, cab POV corrected ' 009 - tomate - new giOn baked textures added, warm lut added, plastic Ramps textures retouched with a warm photo filter to match ' 010 - tomate - some giOff textures aded, slingshots missing sounds fixed, deformed slings rubbers replaced by prims ' 011 - oqqsan - inserts and 4step sidewalls and pf .. needs adjustments ' 012 - tomate - rest of giOff textures added, plastics textures added to 4 steps fade, some GI lights repositioned, textures size optimized ' 013 - Sixtoe - Removed one set of GI, hooked it all back up and dropped under playfield, tidied up assets, set old walls to non-visible to stop clashes, played with loads of lights, removed redundant scripts and images. ' 014 - iaakki - fiddled with GI steps and PF flasher. Fixed flip shadow DP and Z issues. tied some prims to gi steps ' 015 - apophis - Replaced the ringing_bell sound effect. Increased alpha mask on PF images to get rid of insert jaggies. Increased inserts DL. Fixed BS DB. ' 016 - apophis - Added RTX BS. Fixed GI lights so that ball reflection work now. ' 017 - UnclePaulie - Animated the VR backglass flasher Lights. Fixed the jackpot displays. Hid the desktop / cabinet mode backbox lights. Moved ball shadow primatives. Added a VRCab bottom so you can't see the floor through cab. ' 018 - apophis - Updated RTX BS. Added target bouncer, flipper rubberizer, and flipper coil ramp up options. Fixed ball bouncing out left outlane after ramp drop. ' 019 - Sixtoe - Fixed playfield rendering weirdly, numerous other tweaks and adjustments, adjusted some lights, put the roof back on the spinout ' 020 - apophis - Fixed RTX shadow DB issue. Chnaged rampsDecals DL from below to 0 and DB to -100. Added a differnt ball HDR. Messed with the DT mode backglass. ' 021 - fluffhead35 - Updated Flipper Physics to be inline with nfozzy ' 022 - Sixtoe - Added physical wires under flippers and outlanes, hooked up bumpers to GI system, adjust shooter lane gate, messed around the table lights again including materials, set height walls to non-collidable. ' 023 - Sixtoe - Fixed GI, added bumper bulbs to GI system, some small tweaks and fixes here and there. ' 024 - apophis - Revered the DT backglass object positions. Force GI on at table initialization. Changed flipper DB. Increased plunger strength/speed. Increased target hit volume. ' 025 - iaakki - flip trigger areas reworked, rdampen 10ms timer added, rubberizer options added, catapult timer improved, tied drop target DL to GI, fixed insert fading for few inserts ' 026 - apophis - finished up fixing inserts fading ' 027 - Sixtoe - Target bounce set to 1.5
  15. Version 1.1

    6,012 downloads

    I AM THE LAW! - V-Pin Workshop proudly presents Judge Dredd from Bally. This table has been a long time coming! It was started in December 2020 when Sixtoe decided to bring one of his favorite tables up to date (after having converting Dozer's version earlier in the year to VR and discovering it was still an old, albeit well made, vp9 table at heart). It was decided that due to the complexity of the table, rather than modify an existing table we'd start from scratch using all new assets and rendering the table out, so here were are 11 months later (there were coffee breaks) and we're really happy with the way it turned out and hope you enjoy it! V-Pin Workshop Judge Dredd Team Sixtoe - Project Lead, VPX Monkey, lives on gin, jack of all trades, master of none. Tomate - Primitives, Baron of Blender, helping Sixtoe to not suck (as much) at 3D stuff. iaakki - Scripting, Physics, Insert lighting, Complicated Stuff. Benji - Physics, Deadworld & Banana insert primitives. Daphishbowl & iaakki - Deadworld & Crane code (here be dragons). Flupper - Flipper & Insert primitives, ramp tutorial, general rendering assistance. Cyberpez - Opto's and VUK prims, aftermarket crane models, general assistance. RothebauerW - Physics tutorial, drop and standup target bug fixing, general assistance. Fluffhead, Apophis and Wylte - RTX Ball Shadows, general assistance. gtxjoe - Ball trough tweaking assistance. 3rdaxis - VR cabinet improvements, Working coin door and manual. Embee & Kingdids - Original crane primitive and texture redraw. EBisLit - Playfield photos. DJRobX - Still answering Sixtoes coding questions... Rik & VPW Team - Testing Everyone in VPW for their support and encouragement! Notes Only use JD-L1 Rom! Lots of options in the script, including VR and Cabinet modes. Table designed on and for VPX 10.6.2 (Rev 8678), tested OK on VPX 10.7.0 Final (Rev 310) Do not use 10.7 328 as it's broken and breaks this and other tables How To Play Start Button - Start normal Game Plunger - Launch Ball (note: real machine does not have a plunger, right firebutton launches balls) Right Magnasave - Start "Super Game" (instant multiball - needs 2 credits) Left Magnasave - Change LUT until game starts, then launches ball from left plunger lane in Air Raid / Missile mode. How to activate DeadWorld - Hit J-U-D-G-E drop targets in order (ball in judge subway lights a letter) How to start DW multiball - Get 3 balls into deadworld using left pursuit ramp after lighting J-U-D-G-E. How to get Ultimate Challenge - Defeat all 4 dark judges or light all chain missions.
  16. Version 2.0.0

    833 downloads

    A version of Barracora VPX was originally done by Dids and GtxJoe, however in this release, nearly everything was done or redone from scratch. The original table size was incorrect, which required me to completely redo everything like I did on Jungle Lord. The more I worked on this... the more I just redid everything... primitives, sounds, images, etc. Love this table... as its another great early 80's Williams table like Black Knight, Solar Fire, Jungle Lord, Pharaoh, etc. This has a very complicated ruleset, but excellent game play, as well as challenging lock shots and hungry outlanes! Table instructions are included in the Table info section, and there's a great tutorial by PAPA online. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, new upscaled playfield, VPW physics, flipper tricks, dynamic shadows, Fleep sounds, Lampz, 3D inserts, new general illumination lighting, sling corrections, drop and stand-up targets, saucers, playfield mesh, various primitives, etc. Significant time was spent on researching online videos, to ensure accuracy of shots, ball drops, kickouts, and overall playability. I also created a desktop backglass with a cool lighting effect, as well as the VR backglass and other VR options. There are also some performance improvements, and I added a playfield mesh for the playfield, so there's a realistic bevel in the saucers. I would like to thank the VPW team for testing and feedback (especially Apophis, Tomate, Smaug, FriscoPinball, Bountybob, Lumi, Bietekwiet, Armyaviation, Wylte and all others who tested!) And... an additional thank you to Tomate for providing the lower rail primitive. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, LUT lighting options, and you can turn the bell off if you don't like that sound. The LUT changes are done by holding cntl (or left mangasave) and then while holding, scroll through the options with the right magnasave. This is a hybrid table done in VPX 10.72, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional options in the script include two VR environments, a VR clock, a topper, posters, and settings for dynamic shadows if you experience a performance hit Thanks again to the VPW team for feedback! There are two great b2s's out there... one by Wildman (https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/4220-barracora-williams-1981/), and one by Hauntfreaks if you would like the full dmd version (https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/12399-barracora-williams-1981-b2s-with-full-dmd/).
  17. Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    Big thank you to Hawkeyez88 for creating the default pack that this is built from, as well as a bunch of help to get things sorted. Credit to Joey Beaulieu for the DMD/PUP Overlays, thank you very much! Thanks to Xenonph for created the updated game table v4.4 Thanks to Pegula for helping to test out some new triggers. Please be sure to read the install notes as the game rom needs particular attention to install and avoid sound conflicts. This pack was built and tested to work with v4.4 and muted nfl.zip rom file. * In the table script, do not forget to change the PupM = 1, this turns off the ROM sounds which will conflict with the PupPack * MagnaSave buttons change the plastics/playfield aesthetics
  18. View File DeadPool Table V4 & PupPack 2.0 Deadpool TABBLE Update Version V4 This is the Last version of JPsalas table converted to work with this pup pack. YOU DON'T NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE PUP PACK AGAIN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE THE 2.0 VERSION Deadpool PupPack Extra Screens with call outs on Apron make all the table look really good. You need VPX 10.7 and you should run the table in exclusive fullscreen if you gonna use the apron screens (options to turn ON and OFF on the top of the script) Slow PC recommended OFF, as default it's OFF ====Check Pictures above===== Thanks to my TeamMate Tuga Pedro Peres Credits inside Enjoy Custom Options for screens in the Table Script As default it's OFF Run the Bat file you want inside the Pupack Folder Submitter pedropires1976 Submitted 08/26/2021 Category PuP Packs  
  19. Version 1.21

    7,880 downloads

    Alright, let’s do this old school… VPinWorkshop are proud to present our very first original table, “Blood Machines”, based on the movie from Seth Ickerman with music by Carpenter Brut. After watching Blood Machines iaakki thought that it would make a great theme for a pinball table, so we started talking about it in VPW and decided that if we were going to do it as our first completely original VPW table, that we wanted to do it properly. With this in mind we contacted Seth Ickerman to see if they would be interested in the project and to see if there was any chance they would be able to provide any assets that we could use. Thankfully Not only were they amazed at what we were doing, but they supplied us with 70gig of 3D models and textures which were used in the film! The only issue now was that these were so high detail that a huge amount of work was needed to optimize them so they would even load in VPX, but thankfully Flupper came to the rescue and did a fantastic job optimising the models and textures so we could put them in the table without setting your PC on fire (for example the ship went down from 8 million polygons to 130,000!) At the time of writing this the table was at revision 335 (release candidate 1.5) with *well* over 1000 man-hours sunken into it, the amount of work has been staggering but we hope that you’ll agree that it was worth it. The table itself has loads of features that have never been seen before in other VPX tables and we have tried our best to keep most/all of it secret as we want everyone to experience it for themselves firsthand, which is why until very recently we’ve kept details very close to our chest. *IMPORTANT* In order to fully enjoy the table and play it as it was designed to be played, you will need to purchase the awesome soundtrack by Carpenter Brut (about £5/$5/5e) and place the MP3s in your vpinball music directory: C:\Visual Pinball\Music\BLOOD MACHINES OST We really hope people do support the artist and purchase it from; https://carpenterbrut.bandcamp.com/album/blood-machines-ost VPW Blood Machines Project Lead – iaakki Table Layout Design – iaakki, Dapheni Art Lead & 2D Graphics – Astronasty 3D Objects & Textures – Tomate, Flupper, iaakki, Sixtoe, D.J. Scripting & Coding – iaakki, Apophis, oqqsan, Wylte, Lumigado, fluffhead35 DMD – Oqqsan, eMBee, Astronasty, Lumigado. VR – Sixtoe, leojreimroc, iaakki Table Rules – Apophis, iaakki, VPW Team. Shot Tester – gtxjoe Testing – Rik, PinStratsDan, VPW Team Installation Instructions =================== VPX 10.7 https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/releases VPVR 10.7 https://github.com/vpinball/vpvr/releases/ FlexDMD v1.8.0 https://github.com/vbousquet/flexdmd/releases/ Windows 11 Crashing with oPlayer1 error? Go into windows11 apps>optional features>more windows features and check "media features" Riks Cabinet WIP Video PinStratsDan Desktop Video Rawds VR video: You can watch the film on Shudder, AMC’s streaming service; https://www.shudder.com/series/watch/blood-machines/033e95260abc2604?season=1
  20. Version 1.1

    91 downloads

    Big thank you to Hawkeyez88 for creating the default pack that this is built from, as well as a bunch of help to get things sorted. Credit to Joey Beaulieu for the DMD/PUP Overlays, thank you very much! Thanks to Xenonph for created the updated game table v4.4 Thanks to Pegula for helping to test out some new triggers. Please be sure to read the install notes as the game rom needs particular attention to install and avoid sound conflicts. This pack was built and tested to work with v4.3 and muted nfl.zip rom file. * In the table script, do not forget to change the PupM = 1, this turns off the ROM sounds which will conflict with the PupPack * MagnaSave buttons change the plastics/playfield aesthetics I tried to add options to meet a bunch of needs without having to customize the pack. Notable additions to this version of the PupPack -- Fixed Extra-ball glitch -- Muted video options -- More consistent "Tackled" trigger events -- Improved "First Down" trigger events -- Improved "Field Goal" trigger events -- Added ball locked topper callout -- Multiple backglass options -- Customized videos for intro/first down/touchdown/field goal/topper/topper callouts -- Added/swapped bumpers/celebration videos -- Effort spent to reduce audio/video events from stepping on one another -- Fixed vsTopper callout issues nfl_cle.zip
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    Saving Wallden development has hit version 0.1.0-alpha. In this stream, I'll go over notable progress, especially regarding the start of game play development and a couple new libraries. I may also do some live development.
  22. View File Blood Machines (VPW Original 2022) Alright, let’s do this old school… VPinWorkshop are proud to present our very first original table, “Blood Machines”, based on the movie from Seth Ickerman with music by Carpenter Brut. After watching Blood Machines iaakki thought that it would make a great theme for a pinball table, so we started talking about it in VPW and decided that if we were going to do it as our first completely original VPW table, that we wanted to do it properly. With this in mind we contacted Seth Ickerman to see if they would be interested in the project and to see if there was any chance they would be able to provide any assets that we could use. Thankfully Not only were they amazed at what we were doing, but they supplied us with 70gig of 3D models and textures which were used in the film! The only issue now was that these were so high detail that a huge amount of work was needed to optimize them so they would even load in VPX, but thankfully Flupper came to the rescue and did a fantastic job optimising the models and textures so we could put them in the table without setting your PC on fire (for example the ship went down from 8 million polygons to 130,000!) At the time of writing this the table was at revision 335 (release candidate 1.5) with *well* over 1000 man-hours sunken into it, the amount of work has been staggering but we hope that you’ll agree that it was worth it. The table itself has loads of features that have never been seen before in other VPX tables and we have tried our best to keep most/all of it secret as we want everyone to experience it for themselves firsthand, which is why until very recently we’ve kept details very close to our chest. *IMPORTANT* In order to fully enjoy the table and play it as it was designed to be played, you will need to purchase the awesome soundtrack by Carpenter Brut (about £5/$5/5e) and place the MP3s in your vpinball music directory: C:\Visual Pinball\Music\BLOOD MACHINES OST We really hope people do support the artist and purchase it from; https://carpenterbrut.bandcamp.com/album/blood-machines-ost VPW Blood Machines Project Lead – iaakki Table Layout Design – iaakki, Dapheni Art Lead & 2D Graphics – Astronasty 3D Objects & Textures – Tomate, Flupper, iaakki, Sixtoe, D.J. Scripting & Coding – iaakki, Apophis, oqqsan, Wylte, Lumigado, fluffhead35 DMD – Oqqsan, eMBee, Astronasty, Lumigado. VR – Sixtoe, leojreimroc, iaakki Table Rules – Apophis, iaakki, VPW Team. Shot Tester – gtxjoe Testing – Rik, PinStratsDan, VPW Team Installation Instructions =================== VPX 10.7 https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/releases VPVR 10.7 https://github.com/vpinball/vpvr/releases/ FlexDMD v1.8.0 https://github.com/vbousquet/flexdmd/releases/ Windows 11 Crashing with oPlayer1 error? Go into windows11 apps>optional features>more windows features and check "media features" Riks Cabinet WIP Video PinStratsDan Desktop Video Rawds VR video: You can watch the film on Shudder, AMC’s streaming service; https://www.shudder.com/series/watch/blood-machines/033e95260abc2604?season=1 Submitter VPinWorkshop Submitted 04/12/2022 Category VPX - Hybrid Releases - Desktop/Cabinet/VR single file Link to B2S https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/9848-blood-machines-db2s-vpw-original-2022/ Link to Media Pack https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/9849-blood-machines-fulldmd-video-background-vpw-original-2022/  
  23. Version 1.4

    5,462 downloads

    Send them to Davey Jones! - VPW Presents Black Rose by Bally! This one started with Sixtoe making some improvements on their VR version (based on the Coindropper VPX version) which included fluppers new bumpers and primitive and ramp fixes, when ebislit managed to get a new playfield stitch. Endi then came on board and did an amazing playfield redraw, and then pretty much every part of the table was tweaked and breathed on. We also now have a better understanding of how the GI lighting actually works on this table (the manual is misleading!) so it now has the funky cannon firing lighting it's supposed to have, including an updated GI makeover by Skitso. There are loads of options in the script, including VR, ball and flipper brightness and shadows. (If you have performance issues please turn dynamic shadows off to test) Enjoy Me Hearties! VPW Black Rose Crew *********************** Sixtoe - Project Lead endi - Amazing Playfield Redraw ebislit - New playfield stitch / scan Sheltemke - New backglass image and other images Skitso - New GI Lighting, Flasher & Insert Tweaking iaakki - Updated / fixed GI script to work with new GI lighting oqqsan - 3D Inserts Apophis - Numerous fixes and code issues Fluffhead - Ramp and ball rolling updated Onevox - Pirate Ship VR Room Rik & VPW Team - Testing Original VPX table thanks to Coindropper, gtxjoe, JayFoxRox, Xagesz & HauntFreaks. Help support VPW by buying a t-shirts or mug! https://vpin-workshop.creator-spring.com/ All profits go towards buying pinball bits and pieces (plastics, toys, playfields, hardware etc.)
  24. Version 1.0

    4,685 downloads

    "Pinball Fans, Sometimes you gotta run before you can walk!" At last! Here it is! VPW are very proud to present our first blender toolkit table! This table requires at least VPX 10.7.2 and the VR version requires at least 10.8.0-514 **edit** PinMAME 3.5 is also required. (Download Links Below) Iron Man is a very hard arcade style pinball by John Borg with short brutal games and is a regular of the pinball competition circuit. Development started in September 2021, Sixtoe had talked about wanting to redo it as there was no accurate version, but the only available playfield was wrongly aligned, poor quality and there were no other decent assets for it so it was a non-starter. But whilst Sixtoe was finishing off Judge Dredd, out of the blue Bord supplied a full playfield scan including all plastics! So at this point it was all systems go, we then spent some t-shirt money on a full set of decals, Dazz got the Iron Monger toy and EBisLit got the Whiplash and Warmachine toys and Dazz 3D scanned them all in for us. A few months into development when it was playing well and being built in Blender by Sixtoe, Niwak started to make real progress with the blender toolkit, and rather than going through the process of Tomate running it through blender octane and building all the UVmaps (which takes a looong time) we decided to shift development to the toolkit version and put it on hold whilst that was developed further. A few months later when the toolkit was working well, development was picked up again on Iron Man with Sixtoe, Tomate and Niwak working together developing both the table and Niwak bugfixing the toolkit as problems arose (particularly with the Iron Monger toy!). Then just lots of testing and tweaking and here we are! Current default ROM is 1.85ve as 1.86ve does not have fastflips enabled yet. New Options Menu *WHILE IN GAME* hold the left magnasave and tap right magnasave. *Requires FlexDMD (linked below) - Light Level - Colour Saturation - Outpost Difficulty - Mech Volume - Ramp Volume - Ball Volume - Cabinet Mode (Hides Rails) - Incandescent GI (Real machine has pure white LED's, not incandescent bulbs) - Dynamic Ball Shadows - Spotlight Shadows - Ambient Ball Shadows - VR Room Choice (Minimal / Ultra Minimal) - VR Backglass (Static / Animated) - VR Sideblades (Original / Static image with no reflections) - VR Topper (On / Off) VPW Iron Man Mechanics ******************** Project Lead - Sixtoe Playfield & Plastic Scans - Bord Table Modeling - Sixtoe & Tomate Blender Toolkit Work - Tomate, Niwak & Sixtoe Lighting - Sixtoe & iaakki Fleep Sounds & Sound Scripting - Apophis & Sixtoe Iron Monger Toy - Dazz for the model & 3D scanning it, Flupper for the 3d model simplification Whiplash & Warmachine Toys - EBisLit for the models, Dazz for 3D scanning, Tomate for the 3d model simplification Iron Monger Animation Code - DJRobX, Sixtoe, iaakki, apophis, NNiwak Various fixes and script assistance - apophis, iaakki, Bord, flux, fluffhead35, Niwak Plastic Redraws - Sixtoe & Embee Iron Man Custom Topper - Rawd Backglass Image - Wildman VR Backglass - leojreimroc Desktop Background - JoePicasso Testing - Entire VPW Team VPX 10.7.2 Official Release (Required) https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/releases/tag/v10.7.2-366-f94da1e VPX 10.8.0-514 Pre-Release (fixes for VR Users) https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/runs/3405492533 Flex DMD (Required) https://github.com/vbousquet/flexdmd PinMAME 3.5 (Required) https://github.com/vpinball/pinmame/releases ROM Iron Man Rules https://www.pinballnews.com/games/ironman/index5b.html
  25. Version 1.1

    1,516 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.
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