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  1. Version 4.87

    5095 downloads

    With this tool it's possible to switch tables without the need of removing your VR-headset. You can use this tool as launcher for 2D-VPX too. For setup instructions see hints below. Now you can stay at your cabinet while playing and switching tables without the need of VR-controls. The newest version includes most of the released VR-tables as preview-tables. If you want me to add new tables simple leave a comment here. Check out, how it works: Version 4 (coded in Unity) Big thanks to A. Rubin for his amazing work on hundreds of tableskins! Big thanks to Rajo Joey for providing his tablesound-archive! Installation: ---------- install into your VPX folder start only the launcher4.exe inside your VPX folder setup your paths and keys via settings at trayicon-menu restart launcher optimize your single-klick speed rotation-speed (inside launchers overlay-settings) problems with autoupdate? -> try starting launcher as admin Performance problems? 1) Set renderScale to 1.0 ⁠in VR!⁠ 2) Try disabling table-videos 3) Try disabling "room" Changelog: --------- What's new in version 4.67 Tablesounds are included in the resources. If you want to overwrite the existing sound you can can place your own tablesounds inside /vrlauncher4/config/tablesounds/ The filenames have to match against the tablearray like the vpx-names. What's new in version 4.64 If you want to hear backgroundmusic place mp3 here: /vrlauncher4/config/music.mp3. What's new in version 4.63 You can (it's optional) launch vpx with special params for vr or novr. vrlauncher4/config/config.xml: <vpparams2d>-ini novr.ini -Minimized -Play</vpparams2d> These params will be passed to VPX if you are in launcher 2d-mode. Since 10.8 Beta 5 you can launch VPX with an ini-file with settings. If you setup a novr.ini with the following setting... [PlayerVR] AskToTurnOn = 2 ... VPX will start in 2d mode (turn off VR). <vpparams2d>-ini novr.ini -Minimized -Play</vpparams2d> in vrlauncher4/config/config.xml will load this ini-file while launching tables. The result of these settings is that you can set in the launcher whether you want to play in VR or 2D. The launcher automatically detects if you have a VR device connected, so you won't receive any more error messages in VPX because of that. (F9 toggles VR/2D) What's new in version 4.62 online /config/offlinedata/mytables.csv merges into tablearray You can place your special tables there (readme.txt) What's new in version 4.61 + VR-settingseditor in VR-mode + 2D-settingseditor in 2D-mode Hint: If you want a full table-rotation set rotation angle to 180° What's new in version 4.53 The program was created with the latest Unity LTS compiler and is delivered with an MSI installer to prevent blocked DLLs and read-only directories from causing issues. New features in this version include automatic online and offline updates. Starting from this version, the program can update itself automatically online or manually through copied update files. What's new in version 4.50 1) tablename.bat files will launch corectly. 2) Autoupdate-function added. Please check if /vrkauncher4/update/xdelta.exe is not blocked! Otherwise the update will not work. To activate autoupdates you have to setup settings in config.xml to: <autoupdate>1</autoupdate> Problems: to fix update pls check /vrlauncher4/update/ ✅ check if the xdelta.exe in this folder is not blocked. ✅ check if update_{YOUVERSION}.zip was downloaded ✅ there is a file version.cfg - check if it‘s {YOURVERSION}. if not, zip was not extracted ✅ set version in version.cfg back to {YOURVERSION} to reset update ✅ restart launcher What's new in Version 4.36 <suspendmode>4</suspendmode> Launcher4 will stay alive without animation and userinteractions until vpx finishes. Launcher4's CPU-usage is low. Good loading-times. (waits in an own task) <msaaSampleCount>4</msaaSampleCount> Antialiasing higher = better quality but less performance possible values: 0 disabled 2 = 2x 4 = 4x 8 = 8x <renderScale>1.0</renderScale> UniversalRenderPipelineAsset render scale (Renderresolution of viewport) <floor>1</floor> 0 = disable floor and shadow-rendering on it <bgcolor>0.0,0.0,0.0</bgcolor> Backgroundcolor float values R , G , B 1.0,0.0,0.0 = red 1.0,0.0,1.0 = purple (red+blue) What's New in Version 4.35 <vpxpreviewx>-1</vpxpreviewx> <vpxpreviewy>-1</vpxpreviewy> <vpxprevieww>1200</vpxprevieww> <vpxpreviewh>800</vpxpreviewh> You can move and resize the VPX-Preview window. (x,y,w,h) (-1,-1 disables this movement.) What's New in Version 4.34 <settings> <vrrecentermode>0</vrrecentermode> <gamma>1.0</gamma> </settings> vrrecentermode: 0: launcher calls device-recenter-function. 1: launcher calls device-recenter-function AND resets main camera to viewport. (Meta does not allow device-recenter-function anymore.) gamma: Values between 0.0 and 2.0 will change gamma post process. What's New in Version 4.33 Released October 13 focusgrab works with vpx 10.8 (hidden sdl window) recenter workaround for oculus and openxr What's New in Version 4.32 Released October 12 -ini param removed (because VPX 10.8 beta is handling them automatically) What's New in Version 4.31 Released October 10 If you have a 64bit-system this is your config: <paths> <tables>E:\Tables-VR\</tables> <vpexe32bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_32bit.exe</vpexe32bit> <vpexe64bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_64bit.exe</vpexe64bit> <defaultversion>64bit</defaultversion> <vpparams>-Minimized -Play</vpparams> <highscores>C:\VP\PINemHi\PINemHi.exe</highscores> </paths> If you have 32bit tables you can name them something with "32bit" inside filename. If you have a 32bit-system this is your config: <paths> <tables>E:\Tables-VR\</tables> <vpexe32bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_32bit.exe</vpexe32bit> <vpexe64bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_64bit.exe</vpexe64bit> <defaultversion>32bit</defaultversion> <vpparams>-Minimized -Play</vpparams> <highscores>C:\VP\PINemHi\PINemHi.exe</highscores> </paths> If you have 64bit-tables you can name them something with "64bit" inside filename. What's New in Version 4.30 Released October 1 This time a little update for technicians: Launcher checks for tablepath/tablename.ini sends -ini params to vpx. Launcher checks for tablepath/tablename.bat to launch this instead of exe+params. Tablename and vpx params are sent as params to the bat-file. Make sure, that your bat file waits for VPX to exit. What's New in Version 4.29 alpha Released September 24 64bit compiled with newest stable Unity release all 2023 table-artwork included new "openxr" device value 4.28 FEATURES tabledata offline or ONLINE coded in unity/c# for oculus vr OR openvr (32bit windows) starts only once and takes control, when vpx is quitting 0% CPU-usage while playing VPX much faster loading time than v.3 Favourites are controlled ingame. Hold filterkey and add/remove current table as favourite. You can share your tableartwork and get online artwork inside app since 4.29 coded in unity/c# for oculus vr OR openvr, openxr (64bit windows) ------------------------------------------ INSTALLATION Install downloaded VPX VR-Launcher 4.57.msi. Setup instruction inside /vrlauncher4/readme.txt! start VPX VR-Launcher 4.exe (from the root) right click trayicon and select settings ---------------------------------------------------------- Important info using VR-Launcher since 4.31: 🔴 If you're using VP 10.7.1 for playing 10.6 and 10.7 tables you should set same startparams for both in the settings-section of config.xml. If you have a 64bit-system this is your config: <paths> <tables>E:\Tables-VR\</tables> <vpexe32bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_32bit.exe</vpexe32bit> <vpexe64bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_64bit.exe</vpexe64bit> <defaultversion>64bit</defaultversion> <vpparams>-Minimized -Play</vpparams> <highscores>C:\VP\PINemHi\PINemHi.exe</highscores> </paths> If you have some 32bit tables you can name them something with "32bit" inside filename. If you have a 32bit-system this is your config: <paths> <tables>E:\Tables-VR\</tables> <vpexe32bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_32bit.exe</vpexe32bit> <vpexe64bit>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_64bit.exe</vpexe64bit> <defaultversion>32bit</defaultversion> <vpparams>-Minimized -Play</vpparams> <highscores>C:\VP\PINemHi\PINemHi.exe</highscores> </paths> If you have 64bit-tables you can name them something with "64bit" inside filename. <vpparams>-Minimized -Play</vpparams> [" "+filename] of selected table follows directly after last param 10.8 startparams: -UnregServer Unregister VP functions -RegServer Register VP functions -DisableTrueFullscreen Force-disable True Fullscreen setting -EnableTrueFullscreen Force-enable True Fullscreen setting -Minimized Start VP in the 'invisible' minimized window mode (autoclose after table-exit) -ExtMinimized Start VP in the 'invisible' minimized window mode, but with enabled Pause Menu -Primary Force VP to render on the Primary/Pixel(0,0) Monitor\n\n-GLES [value] Overrides the global emission scale (day/night setting, value range: 0.115..0.925) -LessCPUthreads Limit the amount of parallel execution -Edit [filename] Load file into VP -Play [filename] Load and play file -PovEdit [filename] Load and run file in camera mode, then export new pov on exit -Pov [filename] Load, export pov and close -ExtractVBS [filename] Load, export table script and close -Ini [filename] Use a custom settings file instead of loading it from the default location -c1 [customparam] .. -c9 [customparam] Custom user parameters that can be accessed in the script via GetCustomParam(X)", ---------------------------------------------------------- New suspendmodes since 4.21! Users reported problems with the behavior of the program when starting VPX. That's why I've added another mode that behaves like the old launcher. I have also revised the other two modes and, hopefully, optimized them. You should try first suspendmode 0. If that causes problems, try 1. If that also causes problems, use mode 2. ---------------------------------------------------------- CONFIGURATION /vrlauncher4/config/config.xml NEW SINCE 4.18 you can have multiple setups: <setup1>...</setup1> default setup optional: <setup2>...</setup2> <setup3>...</setup3> you can pass the setup as startparam in different shortcuts: "C:\VP\VPX VR-Launcher 4.exe" setup2 ---------------------------------------------------------- Mapping controls section <keys>: Letter keys a, b, c... Number keys 1, 2, 3... Arrow keys up, down, left, right Numpad keys [1], [2], [3], [+], [equals]... Modifier keys right shift, left shift, right ctrl, left ctrl, right alt, left alt, right cmd, left cmd Special keys backspace, tab, return, escape, space, delete, enter, insert, home, end, page up, page down Function keys f1, f2, f3... Mouse buttons mouse 0, mouse 1, mouse 2... A specific button on any joystick joystick button 0, joystick button 1, joystick button 2... A specific button on a specific joystick joystick 1 button 0, joystick 1 button 1, joystick 2 button 0... Hint: If button 1 doesnt't work, try (button 0) reducing the number by 1. ---------------------------------------------------------- section <filters>: This is a FILENAME filtersystem <filter> <name><![CDATA[Williams 80's]]></name> <needed><![CDATA[williams,198]]></needed> </filter> You can add as many filters, you want. "name" holds the name displayed. "needed" is a commaseperated string of words to must be in filename. ---------------------------------------------------------- section <paths>: <tables>E:\Tables-VR\</tables> here are your vpx-vr files stores <vp106exe>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL.exe</vp106exe> the vpx.exe to start 10.6 tables Hint: If you want to use the launcher in 2d context set this value to VPinballX.exe. <vp107exe>C:\VP\VPinballX_GL_10.7.exe</vp107exe> the vpx.exe to start 10.7 tables used by tablenames containing "(10.7)" in filename <highscores>C:\VP\PINemHi\PINemHi.exe</highscores> Optional: Path to an highscore-tool like pinemhi. Display your highscores next to the table. Default: Tablenames are passed as param. Optional: Romnames are passed as param, if you setup the section <highscores> -> read there. ---------------------------------------------------------- section <settings>: <onlinedata>0</onlinedata> If set to 1 version will be checked on each start. New tables will automatically be added to the tablearray in folder "onlinedata". new artwork for tables will be downloaded from imgdatabase to the same folder. Please share your custom artwork. There is an easy function inside app now! <onlinename>Anonymous</onlinename> Optional name for sharing your artwork and possible stuff in the future. <vrdevice>openvr</vrdevice> "oculus" uses oculus driver directly (best for oculus devices) "openvr" for all other devices Hint: If you want to use the launcher in 2d context let this empty. <vrtracking>1</vrtracking> you can enable or disable (0) the rotation tracking of your headset <vrtrackingtype>0</vrtrackingtype> 0 = rotation only 1 = rotation and position <vrcontroller>0</vrcontroller> 0 = no vr-controller eventlistening 1 = vrcontroller button-layout 1 2 = vrcontroller button-layout 2 3 = vrcontroller button-layout 3 <startdebug>0</startdebug> set this to 1, if you want to start with info-overlay <cameraheight>16</cameraheight> <cameradistance>40</cameradistance> <cameraangle>8</cameraangle> adjustment for your view (you can reduce distance to stay nearer the cabs) <fontsize>24</fontsize> You can resize fontsize of the dotmatrix-display showing the tablename. <effects>1</effects> Set this to 1 to enable additional visual effects <quality>5</quality> Values from 5 (best image quality) to 1 (lowest image quality) Reduce this value if you have performance problems and you should try disable effects too. <sounds>1</sounds> 0 = sounds disabled <swapsounds>0</swapsounds> Set this to 1 to swap left and right <startfocusgrab>1</startfocusgrab> If set to 1 focusmanagement will hold both pinballapps topmost window. It toggles automatically between launcher and player. Disable this only if you have issues. <autodisableb2s>1</autodisableb2s> Set to 1 if you want VPX VR Launcher 4 to manage activation of directb2s inside VPX. If a filename.vpx has an filename.directb2s using this will be automatically activated. If no directb2s file exists directb2s will be disabled. This is nice to avoid file not found-errors by VPX. <tablerotationspeed>3.5</tablerotationspeed> You can now customise the rotation-speed of the tables for your single-klick. <suspendmode>0</suspendmode> 0 (default/best/use this😞 This method instructs Launcher4 to wait an infinite amount of time for VPX process and event handlers to exit. This can cause Launcher4 to stop responding. Zero Launcher4-CPU usage while playing. Best loading-times. This only works if you start "vpx vr-launcher4.exe" based next to VPinballX_GL.exe. 1: Launcher4 will stay alive without animation and userinteractions until vpx finishes. Launcher4's CPU-usage is low. Good loading-times. 2: Launcher4 launches VPX and terminates itself. Only the ToolbarHelper is listening to VPX-Exit and will restart Launcher4 automatically. Zero Launcher4-CPU usage while playing. Worst loading-times. ---------------------------------------------------------- Section <highscores> (optional): Please read section paths above too! Here you can map roms to tables. So launcher can send them as a param to highscore-tools like pinemhi. Pinemhi will grap the current highscores of the rom and launcher can show them next to previewtable. Example: <highscores> <table> <name><![CDATA[AC-DC PREMIUM]]></name> <rom>acd_170h</rom> </table> <table> <name><![CDATA[Attack - from Mars]]></name> <rom>afm_113b</rom> </table> <table> <name><![CDATA[Bad Cats]]></name> <rom>bcats_l5</rom> </table> </highscores> *** NEW in 4.28 *** VRlauncher autogenerates a file /config/highscores.xml for you. It analyses your nvram-files and checks them against tablearray. It will only be generated once. If you want a refresh, delete the file. You can use the entries in your config.xml. This is just a little help for many tables. You should check the result manually. ---------------------------------------------------------- Table Config /vrlauncher4/config/offlinedata/tables.csv /vrlauncher4/config/onlinedata/{version}.csv ---------------------------------------------------------- New online functionality: If you set <onlinedata>1<onlinedata> new table-artwork and new table-recognition will automatically get downloaded and used. With activated onlinedata your used tablearray is here: "/onlinedata/{version}.csv" But your customimages (offlinedata) will farther be loaded at higher priority. If you want to stay offline, you can edit tables by yourself: Tables can be edited (added) inside /offlinedata/tables.csv. (You should use an (online-)editor.) CSV structure name, display, manufactor, needed, forbidden, image, dmd, imgur "name" sortname of table without formating (used for filenames) "display" you set the displayed tablename (with html tags like <size> or <color> or <br>). optional you can set a html-hexvalue of an rgb color inside a <color> tag. color=#{red}{green}{blue} valide hexvalues for the rgb-colors from 00 to FF "needed" commaseperated words have to be found in filename THEY NEED QUOTES: "word1,word2,word3" "forbidden" opposit of "needed" THEY NEED QUOTES: "word1,word2,word3" "image" filename of image (jpg/png) without extension If you want your own custom tableimages, place them inside offlinedata. The filename should be the "name" of tablearray with "{name}.jpg" or "{name}.png". [column image is only used internaly] Example: Name (1st column): "Adams Family" Filename has to be "Adams Family.png" or "Adams Family.jpg" If you have customimages created, there is a new item in filtermenu wich allows you to share your artwork with the community. Thank you for your support! The imagefile will be uploaded and a "{name}.txt" file coresponding to the imagefile is generated with infos about the upload. If this file exists next to your imagefile, the imagefile will not be uploaded again. There is a template file for creating your own images: /vrlauncher4/config/template.png If an image-file exists in /config/offlinedata it overwrites the app-included image. Otherwise the included image will be used. If you want to know how to make an table-artwork, Rawd made a great instructionvideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u0maGURFoM "dmd" if you set 0 the DMD area will not be rendered - the table will show another backbox with a fullheight image. If set to 1 the DMD with speakers will be rendered. "imgur" internal value used by onlinefunctionality ---------------------------------------------------------- have fun! BaSti
  2. Version 2.0.1

    2279 downloads

    ArmyAviation reached out to me to finish a table he'd been working on. He spent lots of time on getting a good playfield created and also placed all the table elements. He also did the plastics (with resources from Stagio and Sckurk). And he used the primitives and roto scripting from Borgdog. He also started on the implementation of the VPW physics and sounds. Since taking the table over, I did a lot of mods... (all documented in the script). I updated to latest VPW physics scripts and flipper ball collisions, GI and playfield shadow baking, Lampz and 3D inserts, dynamic shadows, drop target shadows, changed to a gBOT (global ball on table) system, updated backglass for desktop, a playfield mesh for a saucer bevel, roth drop and standup targets, standalone compatibility, sling corrections, optional DIP adjustments, updated flipper physics, roto lighting, VR and fully hybrid modes, Flupper style bumpers and lighting, drop target shadows, and several errors corrected. Full details are at the bottom of the table's script. Redbone further upscaled the playfield. I also added options for balls, ball brightness, LUTs, Dip settings, and VR stuff. I've also included Hauntfreaks updated backglass image from Wildman in the VR backglass... look for his updated backglass here: I've included an option for two ROMS. The original 6 digit ROM, and a 7 digit ROM (so when you score over a million you can see it). There's an option in the script to change that, however I've defaulted to the 7 digit. Make sure to grab the correct backglass if you are in a cab environment. Also, I've included the nvram files to initially set the Dips, as the ROM creates settings that aren't wanted. You can either grab those nvram files and put them in your nvram directory, or follow this process to do an initial setup for yourself. (Open the table, and in the script, change, change SetDIPSwitches to 1, and then when you open the table, hit F6 (that'll load the default DIPS and display them). Then exit out, and set the SetDIPSwitches back to zero. That will set the ROM settings. If you later want to change that, you can turn it back on and change the dips.) Thanks to apophis, bord, and pinstratsdan for feedback and testing, as well as the VPW team for additional testing.
  3. 566 downloads

    Thanks to ckpin for the permission! I had to create a text document with the download link because it somehow did not work with larger files Quote from ckpin: This is a modified version of what was uploaded to VPinball. All the changes and hopefully most of the credits are detailed in the table script prolog. One obvious change is a playfield screen option menu (F6) offering changes to the game rules to help less experienced players reach the more difficult modes (e.g. Somewhere Over the Rainbow). Installation Note Included in this release package are: vpx table, backglass, ultraDMD directory, and a PUPpack. There are also DOF Configtool entries for this table. The backglass file is large and loading may require applying the 4G patch to the backglass server. The backglass provides information on game progress. Removing the backglass is not recommended even when the PUPpack is installed. There is an option in the table script under GAME OPTIONS to turn off the PUPpack triggers if you don't install the PUPpack. Images, animations and sound files will replace the PUPpack videos. However, the PUPpack videos significantly enhance the gameplay experience. Whether the PUPpack is installed or not, the backglass should still be left in the table directory.
  4. Version 1.0.0

    92 downloads

    Updated VR room for Stranger Things, created for Scottywic's Stranger Things original table. This is for VR only, not a hybrid. Thanks to Scottywic for the permission. VR Cabinet Assets taken from Sixtoe's minimal VR table, with permission. PUP pack required and can be downloded from Scottywic page here: https://orbitalpin.com/downloads/ (Or direct link here: https://mega.nz/file/6UEnSQyC#Wm57VL2YfCzi2Sr3bVEUBIc4KGwThQX3fVInnuhj8jM) (password for the unzip is friendsdontlie) After unzipping, place the STLE folder in the PUPVideos folder. If you enjoy the VR room, please click the like button or leave a comment. Enjoy! Stranger Things.mov
  5. View File Stranger Things Mega VR Room (Orbital 2018) Updated VR room for Stranger Things, created for Scottywic's Stranger Things original table. This is for VR only, not a hybrid. Thanks to Scottywic for the permission. VR Cabinet Assets taken from Sixtoe's minimal VR table, with permission. PUP pack required and can be downloded from Scottywic page here: https://orbitalpin.com/downloads/ (Or direct link here: https://mega.nz/file/6UEnSQyC#Wm57VL2YfCzi2Sr3bVEUBIc4KGwThQX3fVInnuhj8jM) (password for the unzip is friendsdontlie) After unzipping, place the STLE folder in the PUPVideos folder. If you enjoy the VR room, please click the like button or leave a comment. Enjoy! Stranger Things.mov Submitter DaRdog81 Submitted 02/23/24 Category VR - Virtual Reality Pinball Modified by DaRdog81  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    137 downloads

    Created a minimal VR Room for Big Trouble from Balutito. VR only, not a hybrid table Requires PUP pack, use option 3. PUP here: Thanks to Balutito for Big Trouble JP Salas TeamTuga for puppack Sixtoe for templates
  7. 350 downloads

    Thank you Balutito. Your tables are awesome! Link --> Original Table und Puppack A few words about the Puppack. Since VR needs a lot of resources and not everyone has a high-end computer and it crashes please do the following. Set the puppack as in the screenshot that at least the dmd and the music is there. A resize over nailbusters files would also help
  8. View File Apollo 13 (Sega 1995) w VR Room I Added the VR conversions to Apollo 13 last year (2020), the version of the table that was modified was done by Balater (Thanks for the permission to mod!), originally done by Herweh, Fransisco666, and 32assassin. Over time several authors worked on the early versions of that table including, Thalamus, JP, DJRobX, Rothbauerw, Amgrim, ClarKent, Chucky87, agentEight6, and Bigus1. I also used the dark image from chucky87's backglass file and imported into the table for use in VR. That mod done in 2020 had several updates specifically for VR, and other light mods. Sixtoe assisted at that time as well. Also, Retro27 added a topper and a few other VR updates and I animated the backglass for VR as well. Since that time I added several more updates, including nFozzy and Roth physics and flippers, Fleep sounds, several physics updates to the table, slings, and bumpers. A few other modifications were done as well to the sounds, playfield, and other adjustments. Thanks to Bord for posting tutorial videos. Also thanks to the VPW team for their help and examples. I also added dynamic shadows done by Iakki, Apophis, and Wylte. The latest update, Version 2.0, includes so many fixes and updates. I've corrected the number of balls coming out of the rocket during multiball, as well as the rocket timing, and subway trough. The ramp behind the moon now works for the orbiter and moon gravity missions, the trap door for the 8-ball lock is animated, fixed the slings, and added holes under the sling movements. Also the left spinner lane didn't send the ball into the upper saucer. That is now corrected. I've also added 16 switchable LUTs. Then, several members from the VPW team jumped in and made this table so amazing. What a great group! Thank you all! oqqsan: Added Flupper dome lights and flashers. Also fixed the ball stuttering when the moon rotated with the ball. Tomate: created new ramps and textures (they look so real!) Also wire ramps, posts, gates, apron, missing materials in some screws, and other stuff. Skitso: redid the GI lighting, spot lights and inserts. Also warmed the LUT a bit. Sixtoe: Did some visual updates to the ball, moon, rocket, and plastic ramp Apophis: Updated the playfield image for alpha cutouts for Lampz inserts. Added Lampz code, and new inserts. Updated some flipper nudge physics. Corrected the triangularization dynamic shadow effects, removed the subway ball shadows, and lowered the number of dynamic sources. Sheltemke: Provided an updated translite image for the backglass. It's now included in the VR version, and Wildman created a new b2s file. Also, modified the text on the inserts to a text flasher to make it more readable. RIK, Fluffhead35, Lumi, and Wylte all tested and provided feedback. Wylte: Updated the ball shadow code to not turn on when in subways, and other optimizations. Also modified for better performance. Separated dynamic and ambient ball shadow options, and added lockbar key as plunger alternative. This table is a hybrid release, so it will work on desktop, cabinet, and VR. OPTIONS: Options can be selected in the script to change to desktop, cabinet, or VR mode. For VR mode, there's an option for two different room environments, and to add a clock on the wall. Also... VR users... the Dynamic Shadows performance issue has been corrected. However, if you still experience performance issues, you can turn off dynamic shadows or ambient shadows or both in the script. Anyway, I hope you enjoy! And thanks again to Balater, retro27, Sixtoe, oqqsan, tomate, skitso, apophis, sheltemke, RIK, Fluffhead35, Lumi, and Wylte, and the entire team of authors that have contributed to this table over time. If I missed anyone in the credits, let me know, and I'll add, as I don't mean to miss anyone. Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 10/20/2021 Category VPX - Hybrid Releases Link to B2S https://vpuniverse.com/forums/files/file/2331-apollo-13sega-1995/ Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod Yes  
  9. Version 2.0.1

    1272 downloads

    Gottlieb's 1984 Alien Star! Journey to an Alien Star for a pinball battle in space! Multiball, skill shots, and plenty of fast action! So much fun to play! Thanks to Borgdog for providing original playfield and plastic scans, cabinet stencils, and physical measurements of his actual table. He also had lots of authentic Gottlieb primitives to use, and did a tremendous amount of testing! Thanks also to Redbone who took those scans of the playfield and plastics and did a tremendous amount of work to get them to look so good! He also spent a ton of time with all the other graphics on the table as well as a ton of testing! Hauntfreaks provided the higher resolution VR backglass. DarthVito did the VR wall environment. I updated to latest VPW standards, physics, GI and shadow baking, Lampz and 3D inserts, dynamic shadows, updated backglass for desktop, playfield mesh for a saucer bevel, roth standup targets, standalone compatibility, sling corrections, optional DIP adjustments, updated flipper physics, VR and fully hybrid modes, Flupper style bumpers and lighting, gBOT system and trough. Dozens and dozens of hours were spent studying gameplay videos (2 streams were recorded by Borgdog) to match the table skill shots and action. Thanks also to Rothbauerw for providing updated flipper physics code to help with the skillshots. That code was needed to be able to do some of the skillshots. This table is loaded with options. Various balls, ball brightness, flippers, tents, caps, plastic edge colors, LUTs, Dip settings, siderails, and plenty of other VR stuff. Redbone encouraged me to include special edge LED lighting in the plastics that iaakki originally did for another table. Looks really cool, and is included as an option. The ROM can be found at pinballnirvana.com... alienstr.zip). There's an option in the script to change the DIPS, however it will load a default set when you launch the table. NOTE: YOU HAVE TO START THE TABLE 1ST, EXIT, AND THEN RESTART FOR DIP CHANGES TO TAKE EFFECT. This is ONLY the first time you launch the table. There's also an option for "Tourney Mode". In that mode it'll play a little harder with different DIP settings, which excludes extra ball... and only allows for points on 3 balls. Tourney mode also sets colors and rainbow'ed LEDs on plastics. NOTE: you'll have to start and restart the first time in that mode for the DIP changes to take effect. If you want to change the DIPs... you will need to go into the script options and change SetDIPSwitches to 1, then open the table, hit F6 (that'll load the default DIPS and display them). You can then select various ROM options. Once entered, you can exit out, and restart. That will then set the new ROM settings. These are the default DIPS that are and set at original table launch: 1=Coin Chute same 0=3rd coin chute no effect 0=Game mode of replay for hitting threshold 1=Number of balls =3 1=Playfield Special of extra ball (However in tourney mode this is zero) 0=Novelty of normal game mode (However in tourney mode this is zero) 1=Match feature 1=Background Sound Thanks again to Borgdog and Redbone for the playfield and plastic images, the stencils, the testing, and all the feedback! Also thanks to Hauntfreaks for the updated Backglass images, and to Rothbauerw for his flipper physics code. Also thanks to pinstratsdan, and everyone else from the VPW team that provided testing and feedback!
  10. Version 2.0.1

    1339 downloads

    Gottlieb's Super Orbit! Lots of fun to play, with a varitarget, orbits, and lots of bonus opportunities. Redbone spent considerable time to get the playfield and plastic images just right, as resources for this table were very limited. As usual lots of hours were put in on this one, and lots of tweaking on the varitarget and physics to emulate a real machine. I implemented the latest VPW standards, physics, GI and shadow baking, Lampz and 3D inserts, dynamic shadows, updated backglass for desktop, roth standup and varitarget targets, standalone compatibility, sling corrections, optional DIP adjustments, updated flipper physics, VR and fully hybrid modes, Flupper style bumpers and lighting, gBOT system and trough. Redbone provided the playfield and updated the plastics and apron, and other images. Hauntfreaks provided the higher resolution VR backglass and Silversurfer updated the cab artwork. I also added options for balls, ball brightness, LUTs, Dip settings, siderails, and plenty of other VR stuff. DarthVito provided a few additional wallpaper VR Room walls. You can find the ROM at pinballnirvana.com... sorbit.zip. Also, I've included the nvram file to initially set the Dips, as the ROM creates settings that should be adjusted. You can either grab the nvram file and put it in your nvram directory, or follow this process to do an initial setup for yourself. (When you open the table, hit F6 (that'll load the default DIPS and display them). You can then select various ROM options, and I recommend these shown below. Once entered, you can exit out, and in the script, you can set the SetDIPSwitches to zero. That will set the ROM settings and turn off the option. If you later want to change that, you can turn it back on and change the dips.) - 3 ball - Playfield special of "extra ball" - Game mode of "replay" - Novelty of "normal" - Check the Match, Credits Thanks again to Redbone for the playfield and plastic images, Rothbauerw for the varitarget code, Hauntfreaks for the updated VR Backglass, DarthVito for additional VR walls, and Silversurfer for the cab art images! Also thanks to everyone else from the VPW team that provided feedback!
  11. Version 2.0.0

    2994 downloads

    This table was originally done by Herwey, and he gave me the permission to add all the latest physics, sounds, etc. to this fun table. Thank you very much, Herwey! On his version 1.1 he had help from several others including Schreibi, 32assassin, OldSkoolGamer, Cosmic80, Bord, Rosve, Batch, Vogliadicane, Flupper, Ninuzzu, Dark, DJRobX, and Thalamus. I did quite a few updates in version 2.0 mentioned below (and detailed in the vpx script), essentially getting up to the latest VPW physics, lights, and sounds, and other corrections. This was the first table I put the 3D inserts in (Thanks to apophis for his tutorial, feedback, and advice!). Also thank you to all the testers on the VPW team for testing, feedback, and suggestions for improvement: nFozzy, apophis, Aubrel, Wylte, Rik, Rajo Joey, iaaki, BountyBob, rothbauerw, tomate, PinStratsDan, and Lumi! Note: If you are playing in VR... you MUST select VR_Room = 1 in the script!! There are several options to select in the script, including ball brightness, color mods, GI and Flasher options, VR Room, VR clock, VR posters, VR topper. Sub mods and flippers can be changed by clicking the right and left magna save buttons. (You can turn that option off in the script as well) IF YOU experience performance issues... there are options to change that. First of all, you can uncheck "Reflect Elements on Playfield in the table options window. Also, you can turn dynamic shadows off for additional performance if needed. Version 2.0 Updates include: - Implemented the table to a hybrid (desktop, cab, and VR), and has options for ball brightness. - Added VR to include an animated backglass (image from Wildman), and several VR options (room, poster, clock, topper). (Thanks to Sixtoe's VR templates). Also animated all the flippers, plunger, etc. - The table and flipper physics have been updated to the latest VPW standards, as well as dynamic shadows, drop targets, standup targets, ramprolling sounds, and several other tweaks. - Fleep sounds added, as well as relay sounds. - Added Flupper domes. - Adjusted the flippers to be actual size, and tweaked the flipper physics. - Added 3D insert primitives and tuned the lighting significantly for those. Lots of work on the playfield cutouts, and associated text layer. - Changed lamp control to VPW Lampz. - Corrected some errors in the table, including spinner movement, rebounder action, some ramp lift code, timing on saucer entry, and a few other things. - Adjusted the lighting levels, and GI overhead. - Tomate added new Bally Flipper primitives, wall textures, and fixed an issue with the ramp lift primitive... as it wasn't built correctly in blender. - 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. - Updated some images to implement see through holes in the apron and sub. - Created new background for desktop mode, with animated lighting. - Added updated center drain post dome from Bord's space shuttle (done by Rothbauerw). - And so many other updates, all documented in the script. Once again thank you to Herwey, nFozzy, apophis, Aubrel, Wylte, Rik, Rajo Joey, iaaki, BountyBob, rothbauerw, tomate, PinStratsDan, and Lumi for testing, and feedback!!
  12. Version 1.0.0

    729 downloads

    A minimal VR Room for Scottywic's fantastic Stranger Things original table. Inspired by how much fun the Harry Potter conversion was I decided to take a run at this, and this was just as much fun to do (depending on your definition of fun!). Loads of puzzles to solve and I think it's turned out fantastically (if I do say so myself!), hopefully doing Scottywics original justice Enjoy!
  13. Version 2.1.3

    3797 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/).
  14. Version 2.0.1

    1949 downloads

    Version 2.0 by UnclePaulie 2023 This version was done with my Medusa table and other recent Bally tables as a baseline to start, since they were Bally 1981. Built everything ground up from there. Used a few prims and images from Goldchicco's prior table, as well as some logic. I used EBisLit's playfield as a baseline, and Redbone did lots graphics updates to that playfield, as well as the plastics, targets, apron, flippers, and many others. The VPW team did lots of testing and recommended that I use Circus's VR room as an option, as it has you playing on the ocean floor with fish swimming around you, so his very cool environment is also included, and is the default environment for VR users. Thanks to Circus for permission! Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, new playfield, VPW physics, flipper tricks, dynamic shadows, Fleep sounds, Lampz, 3D inserts, new baked general illumination lighting and AO shadows, sling corrections, drop and stand-up targets, saucer, playfield meshes, 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 lighting effect, as well as the VR backglass (image from Hauntfreaks) 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 saucer. Thank you to EBisLit for the playfield image, and Redbone for upscaling and cleaning up the all the images. Thank you to Circus for the ocean VR environment. And thank you to the VPW team for testing, especially redbone, apophis, bountybob, dgrimmreaper, studlygoorite, pinstratsdan, wylte, trytotilt, bietekwiet, astronasty, and hauntfreaks. There are several options in the script. Including VR rooms and environments, ball brightness, ocean environment sounds, and LUT lighting options. The LUT changes are done by holding cntl (or left mangasave) and then while holding, scroll through the options with the right magnasave. The Dip Switch settings are done in the script and are hardcoded. IF... you want to change them, there's a setting in the script to manually override that, and then use F6 during gameplay to bring up the Dip Switch setting. This is a hybrid table done in VPX 10.74 (but will run fine in 10.8), and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR options in the script include three 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 all the testing, Circus for the Ocean VR environment, and Redbone for all the graphics enhancements!
  15. Version 2.1.1

    7629 downloads

    I Added the VR conversions to Apollo 13 last year (2020), the version of the table that was modified was done by Balater (Thanks for the permission to mod!), originally done by Herweh, Fransisco666, and 32assassin. Over time several authors worked on the early versions of that table including, Thalamus, JP, DJRobX, Rothbauerw, Amgrim, ClarKent, Chucky87, agentEight6, and Bigus1. I also used the dark image from chucky87's backglass file and imported into the table for use in VR. That mod done in 2020 had several updates specifically for VR, and other light mods. Sixtoe assisted at that time as well. Also, Retro27 added a topper and a few other VR updates and I animated the backglass for VR as well. Since that time I added several more updates, including nFozzy and Roth physics and flippers, Fleep sounds, several physics updates to the table, slings, and bumpers. A few other modifications were done as well to the sounds, playfield, and other adjustments. Thanks to Bord for posting tutorial videos. Also thanks to the VPW team for their help and examples. I also added dynamic shadows done by Iakki, Apophis, and Wylte. The latest update, Version 2.0, includes so many fixes and updates. I've corrected the number of balls coming out of the rocket during multiball, as well as the rocket timing, and subway trough. The ramp behind the moon now works for the orbiter and moon gravity missions, the trap door for the 8-ball lock is animated, fixed the slings, and added holes under the sling movements. Also the left spinner lane didn't send the ball into the upper saucer. That is now corrected. I've also added 16 switchable LUTs. Then, several members from the VPW team jumped in and made this table so amazing. What a great group! Thank you all! oqqsan: Added Flupper dome lights and flashers. Also fixed the ball stuttering when the moon rotated with the ball. Tomate: created new ramps and textures (they look so real!) Also wire ramps, posts, gates, apron, missing materials in some screws, and other stuff. Skitso: redid the GI lighting, spot lights and inserts. Also warmed the LUT a bit. Sixtoe: Did some visual updates to the ball, moon, rocket, and plastic ramp Apophis: Updated the playfield image for alpha cutouts for Lampz inserts. Added Lampz code, and new inserts. Updated some flipper nudge physics. Corrected the triangularization dynamic shadow effects, removed the subway ball shadows, and lowered the number of dynamic sources. Sheltemke: Provided an updated translite image for the backglass. It's now included in the VR version, and Wildman created a new b2s file. Also, modified the text on the inserts to a text flasher to make it more readable. RIK, Fluffhead35, Lumi, and Wylte all tested and provided feedback. Wylte: Updated the ball shadow code to not turn on when in subways, and other optimizations. Also modified for better performance. Separated dynamic and ambient ball shadow options, and added lockbar key as plunger alternative. This table is a hybrid release, so it will work on desktop, cabinet, and VR. OPTIONS: Options can be selected in the script to change to desktop, cabinet, or VR mode. For VR mode, there's an option for two different room environments, and to add a clock on the wall. Also... VR users... the Dynamic Shadows performance issue has been corrected. However, if you still experience performance issues, you can turn off dynamic shadows or ambient shadows or both in the script. Anyway, I hope you enjoy! And thanks again to Balater, retro27, Sixtoe, oqqsan, tomate, skitso, apophis, sheltemke, RIK, Fluffhead35, Lumi, and Wylte, and the entire team of authors that have contributed to this table over time. If I missed anyone in the credits, let me know, and I'll add, as I don't mean to miss anyone.
  16. Version 3.0

    3671 downloads

    Earlier this year, JP Salas gave me permission to modify his Sorcerer table. Back then I added the VR conversions needed, as well as updated the VR backglass (thanks to Hauntfreak's backglass image) and did all the GI and alphanumeric displays in the table itself. Also added a fully animated/flashing VR backglass. Sixtoe assisted at that time with the GI intensity on the bumpers. Since then, I've done significant updates in version 2.0 and now 3.0. 3.0 includes 3D inserts and lots of lighting and other improvements. If you are playing in VR, you need to go into the script options and select VR_Room = 1. Desktop and Cab are now automated. Additional options in the script include two VR environments, a VR clock, posters, topper, LUT settings, ball brightness, cab side rails, and settings for dynamic shadows if you experience a performance hit Also in the script, you can choose to use two different versions of the ROM. It's defaulted to version 2. (https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=889) Version 3.0 Updates include: - Added 3D inserts - Updated lighting and GI brightness and fading routines. - Added the latest VPW physics, sounds - Added sling corrections - Some other various fixes done, including flippers still being activated and others - I also updated the desktop backglass as well as the VR backglass and other VR options. - There are also some performance improvements - All changed are documented in the script: For completeness, this is what was done in version 2.0: - Desktop, Cabinet, and VR hybrid modes - Fleep's sound package - nFozzy / Roth physics and flippers. - Modified the table, sling, and flipper physics - Updated to the new ramprolling sounds by fluffhead35. - Added the Iakki, Apophis, and Wylte dynamic shadows solution - Updated the drop targets to the solution created by Rothbauerw - Corrected the Demon / hold bonus light error - LUT and ball brightness options - Added additional VR options and updates - Rawd added glass and scratches option for VR users - Updated to include significant work done by Bord for GI, ramp primitives, playfield, flasher blooms, and more. - Added several other tweaks for physics, flipper tricks, etc. - Testing done by Bord, Lumi, PinStratsDan, Rawd, Rajo Joey, AstroNasty, Sheltemke, iaakki, apophis, RIK, Sixtoe, Rothbauerw, and several others on the VPW team. Thanks to everyone that helped!
  17. View File Barracora (Williams 1981) w VR Room 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/). Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 01/08/23 Category VPX - Pinball Tables  
  18. Version 3.0.2

    7266 downloads

    Early in 2021, I received permission from Bigus to update this table and add the VR conversions... originally done by Tom Tower and Ninuzzu. The VR conversion included backglass, flashers, lighting, GI, and other table issue fixes (high score initials, trough multiball and tilt issue, and others). I used the Blacksad dark image from his backglass, as it looks amazing. All the interactivity was done in the script. Sixtoe did a lot of lighting updates as well, including bloom lighting, overlay, etc. Version 2.0 includes a hybrid mode for desktop, cab, and VR. Plus all the latest updates that the VPW team has been doing lately. It includes Fleep sounds, nFozzy / Roth physics and flippers, and general table physics updates. It also has Rothbauerw drop targets, VPW Dynamics Shadows by Iakki, Apophis, and Wylte, Flupper Domes, and LUT options. Bord also added a playfield mesh so the ball goes into the center saucer more realistically. I also added a recent update by fluffhead35 for ballrolling and ramproll amplication sounds. Hauntfreaks provided a couple lighter ball images as well. I also added more VR options to include a wall clock, and additional animation. There are plenty of options in the script including LUT lighting changes, ball brightness, VR, cab, and desktop modes, dynamic shadows, rolling amplification, and other sound and shadow options. Also for VR users, you can change to different room environments. If you get 3 credits each time you add a coin, I put instructions in the script on how to modify your ROM to only add one coin. Anyway, I hope you enjoy! And thanks again to all involved!
  19. 305 downloads

    Thanks to agentEighty6 for permission! Link to his table: https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/7521-strange-science-bally-1986/ A backglass is required take this from Mr. Wildman: https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/2167-strange-sciencebally-1986/
  20. Version 1.2

    447 downloads

    Added the VR conversions to this table that was done by Bord (Thanks for the permission to mod!). I used the dark image from Wildman's backglass file, imported into the table, and then did all the GI and alphanumeric displays in the table itself. I did quite a few VR mods to get it to look good (all documented in the script). Sixtoe provided a once over and did a couple additional artwork and other minor tweaks. Once again, I changed the typical minimal room slightly to have a wood floor, and a slightly different wall... which gives an appearance of lighting from the pinball machine casting on the wall. You can change back to the original walls and floor in the options section of the script. Anyway, I hope you enjoy! And thanks again to Bord and Sixtoe! In the script set 0 for Modern Minimal Walls, floor, and roof and 1 for Sixtoe's original walls and floor. V 1.0: VR Tweaks, custom environment, and a few other minor adjustments to fit in VR Cab.
  21. Version 1.1

    931 downloads

    My first VR Room with the help of Rajo Joey and the VR construction kit from sixtoe. Thanks to both for the opportunity! This is the VPX 10.7 version of Sharkeys Shootout made by freneticamnesic According to my search, permission is granted. Thanks again!
  22. Version 2.0.2

    3459 downloads

    Thank you to Flupper for the permission to mod his 1.3 version of the table. Flupper did significant improvements to the lighting on 4k cabs, all lighting inserts, several glow ball options, and several other additions. It looks fantastic! I requested to make this a hybrid table for desktop and VR users. Also, I wanted to get all the latest VPW sound and physics updates added as well. Thanks to the VPW team for all tutorials, advice, code, etc. for the physics, sounds, etc. A HUGE thank you to Rothbauerw for all his advice, feedback, and suggestions on this table. It makes it play amazing! Also thanks to PinStratsDan, Apophis, Rawd, Wylte, Fluffhead, Sixtoe, Tomate, and Flupper for testing and feedback. There are LOTS of options on this table. All of Flupper's cabinet mode settings from his 1.3 version are intact and are the default settings for cabinet mode (lighting, ball choice, pov, reflections, bloom, etc.). IF you want to change that, it's all via the script options. Options include: VR, cab, desktop modes; VR room customizations, LUT, rail glow, brightness, bloom, flipper bats, a playfield RANSOM plate, and ball choices. They are all at the top of the script. NOTE: You MUST choose which mode you are going to play in the script options at a minimum... VR, desktop, or cab_mode. Updates by UnclePaulie include: - Hybrid mode for VR, cab, and desktop - Two VR room environments and an option for a clock and a topper - Animated backglass in VR - Brightness, bloom, reflections, and other lighting settings - Updated to Roth/nFozzy phsics and flipper physics settings - Updated to Fleep sounds - Updated the ramproll and ball rolling sounds. - Added dynamic shadows, and optimized to reduce stutter in VR on some systems. - Updated to newer drop targets and drop target physics. - Added in updated rubberizer code for flippers for more natural bounce. - Additional ball options added... especially for VR users. - Option for bright or dark LUT. - Adjusted some of the inset light shapes to correct for small light leaks - Adjusted rollover targets to be oriented correctly, and added plywood cutouts. - Resized the flipper to a more natural length. - Added a plunger groove to keep ball from floating around in plunger lane - Added new relay sounds to the various light objects that turn on and off. - Optimized other parts of code to help with stutter.
  23. Version 1.0.0

    424 downloads

    Added the VR conversions to this table that was done by ninuzzu. I did quite a few VR mods to get it to look good (all documented in the script). Sixtoe provided a once over and did a couple additional tweaks. V 1.0: VR Tweaks, custom environment, and a few other minor adjustments to fit in VR Cab.
  24. Version 1.0.0

    222 downloads

    A Mega VR Room of the Quidditch Stadium in Harry Potter, created for Scottywic's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire original table. This VR Room is HUGE! You must see it. Thanks to Scottywic for the permission. VR Cabinet Assets taken from Sixtoe's minimal VR table, with permission. Small animation of Harry Potter flying with scripting help from Rawd. Thanks to MikeDaSpike, Studlygoorite. PUP pack required and can be downloded from Scottywic page here: https://orbitalpin.com/downloads/ (Or direct link here: https://mega.nz/file/XM0UGRIJ#ryzH-w2E321ww3SqJFTF_VMZbr-ESmGdOxC-rsXwTIs ) (password for the unzip is iamuptonogood) After unzipping, place the hpgof folder in the PUPVideos folder. 3D models were not created by me. Table was initially created for vpx 10.7, works in 10.8 for me, may have intermittent glitches. Scottywic's also gave permission for any dev to alter table, if so inspired. If you enjoy the VR room, please click the like button or leave a comment. Enjoy!
  25. View File Alien Star (Gottlieb 1984) Gottlieb's 1984 Alien Star! Journey to an Alien Star for a pinball battle in space! Multiball, skill shots, and plenty of fast action! So much fun to play! Thanks to Borgdog for providing original playfield and plastic scans, cabinet stencils, and physical measurements of his actual table. He also had lots of authentic Gottlieb primitives to use, and did a tremendous amount of testing! Thanks also to Redbone who took those scans of the playfield and plastics and did a tremendous amount of work to get them to look so good! He also spent a ton of time with all the other graphics on the table as well as a ton of testing! Hauntfreaks provided the higher resolution VR backglass. DarthVito did the VR wall environment. I updated to latest VPW standards, physics, GI and shadow baking, Lampz and 3D inserts, dynamic shadows, updated backglass for desktop, playfield mesh for a saucer bevel, roth standup targets, standalone compatibility, sling corrections, optional DIP adjustments, updated flipper physics, VR and fully hybrid modes, Flupper style bumpers and lighting, gBOT system and trough. Dozens and dozens of hours were spent studying gameplay videos (2 streams were recorded by Borgdog) to match the table skill shots and action. Thanks also to Rothbauerw for providing updated flipper physics code to help with the skillshots. That code was needed to be able to do some of the skillshots. This table is loaded with options. Various balls, ball brightness, flippers, tents, caps, plastic edge colors, LUTs, Dip settings, siderails, and plenty of other VR stuff. Redbone encouraged me to include special edge LED lighting in the plastics that iaakki originally did for another table. Looks really cool, and is included as an option. The ROM can be found at pinballnirvana.com... alienstr.zip). There's an option in the script to change the DIPS, however it will load a default set when you launch the table. NOTE: YOU HAVE TO START THE TABLE 1ST, EXIT, AND THEN RESTART FOR DIP CHANGES TO TAKE EFFECT. This is ONLY the first time you launch the table. There's also an option for "Tourney Mode". In that mode it'll play a little harder with different DIP settings, which excludes extra ball... and only allows for points on 3 balls. Tourney mode also sets colors and rainbow'ed LEDs on plastics. NOTE: you'll have to start and restart the first time in that mode for the DIP changes to take effect. If you want to change the DIPs... you will need to go into the script options and change SetDIPSwitches to 1, then open the table, hit F6 (that'll load the default DIPS and display them). You can then select various ROM options. Once entered, you can exit out, and restart. That will then set the new ROM settings. These are the default DIPS that are and set at original table launch: 1=Coin Chute same 0=3rd coin chute no effect 0=Game mode of replay for hitting threshold 1=Number of balls =3 1=Playfield Special of extra ball (However in tourney mode this is zero) 0=Novelty of normal game mode (However in tourney mode this is zero) 1=Match feature 1=Background Sound Thanks again to Borgdog and Redbone for the playfield and plastic images, the stencils, the testing, and all the feedback! Also thanks to Hauntfreaks for the updated Backglass images, and to Rothbauerw for his flipper physics code. Also thanks to pinstratsdan, and everyone else from the VPW team that provided testing and feedback! Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 01/27/24 Category VPX - Pinball Tables  
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