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  1. Version 1.2.0

    280 downloads

    It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman! Great table made by Goldchicco. I don't found an template for an Atari widebody pincab. So I have to make one for myself. I converted Goldchicco's table version 1.1 with small changes: I increased the force of the bumpers and slingshots. So for me the playing looks more like the real pin, which I have seen in videos. The pinball is faster, but very good playable. I would like to thank the following people: Goldchicco for the permission to put the table in a vr-room. Sixtoe for his templates of vr-rooms and cabinets. Rawd for the analog clock from his toyroom (this was originally taken from Rascal VP9 clock table). And everyone I have forgotten. Info There are two rooms: the minimal room and a sphere. You can easily switch rooms by pressing the magna save-buttons. There are 16 LUT-files in the table. So you can change the lightning. Hold the left magna save-button and click the right magna save-button to change the LUT-file.
  2. Version 2.0.1

    1454 downloads

    Version 2.0 by UnclePaulie 2023 This version done with UnclePaulie's Medusa as a baseline to start, since both were Bally 1981. Built everything ground up from there. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, enhanced 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 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 saucer. Thank you to Redbone, Movieguru, and Hauntfreaks for the updated graphics. The playfield used was upscaled by Movieguru, and then later enhanced by Redbone. Redbone also enhanced several other graphics as well. The VR Backglass was originally by Wildman, and Hauntfreaks enhanced it. And thank you to the VPW team for testing, especially PinstratsDan, Apophis, Tastywasps, Hauntfreaks, Wylte, jsm174, somatik, and bietekwiet! NOTE: This table is a widebody. It doesn't fit in a pincab like other standard width tables. I have a 1:1 ratio'ed pov in the vpx file, however I've included another pov if you'd like it stretched to fit the whole cab (this will distort/stretch all images, however). Also NOTE: There are a few ROMs available. This orginal table used a 6 digit LED for player scores. Later there was a ROM that updated to a 7 digit. I have decided to implement ONLY the 7 digit ROM, embryond.zip. (this way when you score a lot, you can see the full score...). This is important to get the B2S that supports the 7 digit ROM. Wildman's and Hauntfreaks both support it, they are on VPU. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, 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, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR 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 Redbone, PinstratsDan, Apophis, Tastywasps, Movieguru, Hauntfreaks, Wylte, jsm174, somatik, bietekwiet, and the VPW team!
  3. Version 1.0.0

    210 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. :-( I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Image redraws/touchups/fixes by GNance '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in complete darkness. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  4. Version 2.1.1

    6708 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.
  5. Version 2.0.0

    2516 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!!
  6. Version 2.0.1

    1895 downloads

    Version 2.0 by UnclePaulie 2023 This version was done with UnclePaulie's Elektra as a baseline to start, since both were Bally 1981. I built everything ground up from there. Used a few prims and images from JP's prior table, as well as some logic. Also used EBisLit's playfield. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, a new playfield from EBisLit, 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 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 saucer. Thank you to EBisLit for the playfield image, and Redbone for upscaling and cleaning up the plastics image. Thanks to iaakki for teaching me how to bake the GI and AO shadows. Thank you to JPSalas for some of the primitives used (backwall lights, lower flippers, and bumpers). Also for some of the logic. Thanks to Hauntfreaks for the backglass images. Thank you to Bord for the upper flipper images. And thank you to the VPW team for testing, especially apophis, BountyBob, RobbyKingPin, Tastywasps, Wylte, and PinStratsDan. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, 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, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR 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 EBisLit, Redbone, iaakki, and the VPW team!
  7. Version 2.0.3

    2257 downloads

    Thank you to 32assassin for giving me permission to update this table! Also thank you to the VPW team for testing (especially Thalamus, Apophis, Bord, Rothbaurerw, leojreimroc, Sixtoe, and PinStratsDan)! Pharaoh (Williams 1981) is one of the four double playfield machines designed by Williams in 1980-81 (others are Black Knight, Jungle Lord and Solar Fire). It heavily uses the magna saves, and has lots of drop targets and other things to shoot for. Like Solar Fire, the captive ball is a tough shot, and there are other "tombs" that you can shoot the ball into. Updates in Version 2.0 done by UnclePaulie. Added VR, Desktop, and cab hybrid modes. Updated physics, drop targets, flippers, dynamic shadows, and lots of other updates to the VPW standards. Also added 3D inserts, updated lighting, the latest VPW physics, sounds, sling corrections and GI brightness and fading routines. Some other various fixes done. I also updated the desktop backglass as well as the VR animated backglass and other VR options. There are also some performance improvements, and I added a playfield mesh for upper and lower playfields, so there's a realistic bevel in the saucers. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, and LUT lighting options. Since this table heavily relies on the usage of the magnasave buttons, 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, and it will automatically choose between desktop and cabinet, however, if you are playing in VR, you MUST change VR_Room to 1 in the script. Additional options in the script include two VR environments, a VR clock, and settings for dynamic shadows if you experience a performance hit, Thanks to everyone that helped!
  8. Version 2.1.0

    3929 downloads

    So you wanna mouse around! 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, OldSkoolGamer, ICPjuggla, Cosmic80, Flupper, JPSalas, 32assassin, Sliderpoint, Ninuzzu, Dark, DJRobX, TTTTTWii, Bork 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 and sounds, and other corrections. Also thanks to Rothbauerw, PinStratsDan, Bord, Tomate, Sixtoe, Thalamus, and Benji for improvements, testing, and feedback on the 2.0 version! 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. Color mods and flippers 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, 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). - 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, as well as relay sounds. - Added Flupper dome and Flupper bumpers. - Adjusted the flippers to be actual size, and tweaked the flipper physics. - Corrected a couple errors in the table, as the million lights didn't light up correctly, and a few other things. - Adjusted the lighting levels some. - Rothbauerw corrected some code to control the motorbank correctly, as there were cases it wouldn't move or impact nvram. He also helped correct some other trap code issues. - Tomate added new plastic ramps and textures. - 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 back wall. - And several other updates, all documented in the script. Once again thank you to Herwey, Rothbauerw, PinStratsDan, Bord, Tomate, Sixtoe, Thalamus, and Benji for improvements, testing, and feedback!!
  9. Version 2.0.7

    2327 downloads

    A version of Elektra VPX was originally done by 32assassin and artwork by Fancisco666. However in this release, images of the playfields and plastics were obtained off the web, and upscaled and cleaned up by redbone. Since the hole placements were different, there was lots of effort to move, resize, and edit most of all the elements. This is a really fun table to play... as it was the first pinball machine that had three different levels to it. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, new upscaled playfields, VPW physics, flipper tricks, dynamic shadows, Fleep sounds, Lampz, 3D inserts, new baked general illumination lighting, sling corrections, drop and stand-up targets, saucers, 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 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 redbone for the graphics help, and Tomate for working the 4 ramps into blender with collision and textures. He also baked them in as well. And thank you to iaakki for baking in all the GI lighting and shadows. It looks so relistic!! And I would additional like to thank the VPW team for testing and feedback, especially Apophis, PinStratsDan, Sixtoe, BountyBob, TastyWasps, leojreimroc, and Bord. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, 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, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR 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 Redbone, Tomate, iaakki, and the VPW team! There are two great b2s's out there... one by Wildman (https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/4963-elektra-bally-1981/), and one by Hauntfreaks if you would like the full dmd version (https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/12470-elektra-bally-1981-prototype-b2s-with-full-dmd/). I used Wildman's image in the VR backglass.
  10. Version 1.0.1

    347 downloads

    Another one in my series of conversions of Gottlieb's widebody-tables. The table is made by Armyaviation. I would like to thank the following people: Armyaviation for the permission to put the table in a VR-room. All the thanks belongs to him! VPinWorkshop for the LUT-Files. And everyone I have forgotten. Please send me a message, if you think, I have forgotton you. Info I've added or changed things like nFozzy flipper physics, dynamic shadows, animations etc. There are two rooms: the minimal room and a sphere. To change the VR-rooms, press the right magnasave button. There are different LUT-files in the table. So you can change the lightning. Click the left magna save-button to change the LUT-file.
  11. View File Embryon (Bally 1981) w VR Room Version 2.0 by UnclePaulie 2023 This version done with UnclePaulie's Medusa as a baseline to start, since both were Bally 1981. Built everything ground up from there. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, enhanced 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 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 saucer. Thank you to Redbone, Movieguru, and Hauntfreaks for the updated graphics. The playfield used was upscaled by Movieguru, and then later enhanced by Redbone. Redbone also enhanced several other graphics as well. The VR Backglass was originally by Wildman, and Hauntfreaks enhanced it. And thank you to the VPW team for testing, especially PinstratsDan, Apophis, Tastywasps, Hauntfreaks, Wylte, jsm174, somatik, and bietekwiet! NOTE: This table is a widebody. It doesn't fit in a pincab like other standard width tables. I have a 1:1 ratio'ed pov in the vpx file, however I've included another pov if you'd like it stretched to fit the whole cab (this will distort/stretch all images, however). Also NOTE: There are a few ROMs available. This orginal table used a 6 digit LED for player scores. Later there was a ROM that updated to a 7 digit. I have decided to implement ONLY the 7 digit ROM, embryond.zip. (this way when you score a lot, you can see the full score...). This is important to get the B2S that supports the 7 digit ROM. Wildman's and Hauntfreaks both support it, they are on VPU. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, 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, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR 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 Redbone, PinstratsDan, Apophis, Tastywasps, Movieguru, Hauntfreaks, Wylte, jsm174, somatik, bietekwiet, and the VPW team! Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 08/22/23 Category VPX - Pinball Tables  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    213 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* VR Update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in absolute darkness. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  13. Version 1.0.0

    193 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Playfied/Plastics/images redrawn by GNance '* Original images by Greywolf '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  14. Version 1.0.0

    193 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Playfield/Plastics/etc by GNance '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  15. Version 1.0.0

    179 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripting by Loserman76 '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  16. Version 1.0.0

    184 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman! '* Images by GNance '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  17. Version 1.0.0

    153 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table primary build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Table images by GNance '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  18. Version 1.0.0

    275 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Playfield/plastics all redrawn by GNance '* VR update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
  19. Version 2.0.0

    1355 downloads

    A version of Laser Cue VPX was originally done by Goldchicco, however in this release, most everything was done or redone once again, as the original table size was incorrect, and the playfield he used was high rez, but wasn't aligned correctly. This required me to completely redo everything like I did on Jungle Lord and Barracora. Thank you to Hauntfreaks for helping with the initial playfield image. He used his magic to get it upscaled and enhanced. I then got the text looking good, as well as various color mods. This is another early 80's Williams table like Black Knight, Solar Fire, Jungle Lord, Pharaoh, etc. This has a very basic ruleset, but good game play, Table instructions are included in the Table info section. Laser Cue is a four flipper game from 1984, and features an unusual β€œbilliards in space”, science-fiction theme. The game is equipped with a bell that rings when billiard balls are collected or extra balls achieved. The main bank of drop targets are individually controlled, and must be collected in the indicated order to remain dropped. Extra ball play guarantees the player twenty-five seconds of play time, serving all lost balls within that time back to the shooter lane. (excerpt from Pinside). Since the table is basic, there were essentially two ways the table was set up to play... easy and hard. I have it defaulted to HARD. There is an option in the script to make it easy. (Easy mode adds a rail between the right two flippers. const FlipperGuideHard = "0" is the easy setting, and adds a guard rail between right flippers. "1" removes it. (Default is "1" / hard). Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, new upscaled playfield and plastics, VPW physics, flipper tricks, dynamic shadows, Fleep sounds, Lampz, 3D inserts, new general illumination lighting, sling corrections, drop and stand-up targets, etc. Significant time was spent on researching online videos, to ensure accuracy of shots, ball drops, 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. I would like to thank the VPW team for testing and feedback (especially Hauntfreaks, Apophis, Tastywasps, PinStratsDan and all others who tested!) Also thanks for prior assistance on items used in this table, including Tomate (lower rail prim), Goldchicco, and the rest of the VPW team! 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. Also, you can set the difficulty level, and the volume of the bell. 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!
  20. Version 1.0.0

    271 downloads

    It is a hybrid table. You can play it in FS, DT or VR. The table was created by Goldchicco. I would like to thank Goldchicco for allowing me to convert this table. Info There are 16 LUT files in the table. You can change them with the left MagnaSave button. You can change the VR space with the right MagnaSave button. You can change the DIP settings by pressing F6 after starting the table.
  21. Version 1.0.0

    297 downloads

    Another beauty from Bally made by mistermixer and Schreibi34. I converted it with small changes. I would like to thank the following people: mistermixer for the permission to put the table in a vr-room. Schreibi34 for the 3D work. Sixtoe for his templates of vr-rooms and cabinets. Rawd for the analog clock from his toyroom (this was originally taken from Rascal VP9 clock table). And everyone I have forgotten. Please send me a message, if you think, I have forgotton you. Info There are two rooms: the minimal room and a sphere. You can easily switch rooms by pressing the magna save-buttons. There are 16 LUT-files in the table. So you can change the lightning. Hold the left magna save-button and click the right magna save-button to change the LUT-file.
  22. Version 2.1.2

    2390 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/).
  23. Version 2.0.0

    2136 downloads

    Laser War! This table was originally done by Herwey (with help from others noted in the script), and he gave me the permission to add all the latest physics, sounds, etc. to this fun table. Thank you very much, Herwey! It's a fun yet challenging table. Testers have indicated that the balls falling to the drain is tough, but acts identical to a real table. So, you might need to work on your nudging technique to save the ball from draining. 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 and sounds, 3D inserts, and other corrections, and making it a hybrid table (desktop, cabinet, and VR). Also thank you to all the testers on the VPW team for testing, feedback, and suggestions for improvement: Tomate (fixed ramp and wall primitives), Sixtoe (upper right wall placement), leojreimroc (VR backglass enhancements), and then AstroNasty, PinStratsDan, Smaug, and Rajo Joey for testing and feedback! If you are playing in VR... you MUST select VR_Room = 1 in the script!! Desktop and Cabinet mode should be automatic. There are several options to select in the script, including ball brightness, sidewalls and blades, color mods, GI and Flasher options, VR Room, VR clock, VR posters, VR topper. GI mods and ramp color can be changed by clicking the right and left magna save buttons if you have that option on in the script as well. IF YOU experience performance issues... there are options you can try 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. Also, you can turn off In-Game AO, Post-proc AA, and 4xAA on the table options. 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. And thanks to leojreimroc for backglass enhancements. - The table and flipper physics have been updated to the latest VPW standards, as well as dynamic shadows, standup targets, ramprolling sounds, sling corrections, 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. - Adjusted the lighting levels, and GI overhead. - Tomate fixed an issue with the ramp and wall 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. - Created new background for desktop mode, with animated lighting. - And so many other updates, all documented in the script. Once again thank you to Herwey, the VPW team, especially Tomate, AstroNasty, Sixtoe, PinStratsDan, Smaug, leojreimroc, and Rajo Joey for testing, feedback, and some updates!
  24. View File Medusa (Bally 1981) w VR Room Version 2.0 by UnclePaulie 2023 This version was done with UnclePaulie's Elektra as a baseline to start, since both were Bally 1981. I built everything ground up from there. Used a few prims and images from JP's prior table, as well as some logic. Also used EBisLit's playfield. Included in this Version 2.0 is Hybrid VR/desktop/cabinet modes, a new playfield from EBisLit, 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 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 saucer. Thank you to EBisLit for the playfield image, and Redbone for upscaling and cleaning up the plastics image. Thanks to iaakki for teaching me how to bake the GI and AO shadows. Thank you to JPSalas for some of the primitives used (backwall lights, lower flippers, and bumpers). Also for some of the logic. Thanks to Hauntfreaks for the backglass images. Thank you to Bord for the upper flipper images. And thank you to the VPW team for testing, especially apophis, BountyBob, RobbyKingPin, Tastywasps, Wylte, and PinStratsDan. There are several options in the script. Including VR, ball brightness, 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, and I have code in here to automatically choose between VR, desktop, and cabinet. Additional VR 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 EBisLit, Redbone, iaakki, and the VPW team! Submitter UnclePaulie Submitted 07/18/23 Category VPX - Pinball Tables  
  25. Version 1.0.0

    174 downloads

    Description: *************** The table is made by the great Jeff Whitehead (Loserman76). May he rest in peace. 😞 I hope, there are pinballs where you are, Jeff. I would like to thank Jeff, for allowing me, to convert his tables to VR. Info It is a hybrid table. So you can play in VR, desktop or cabinet mode, but you need the external backglass. There is no need to change the script. A VR headset is automatically detected. I added the following things: VR room, artwork for cabinet, backbox and flyer, animations for buttons and plungers, LUT files (change with magnasave buttons). '* Table build/scripted by Loserman76 '* Table images by Bodydump '* VR Update by Rajo Joey Works in 10.7.2, but best to play in VPinball_GL 10.8: https://github.com/vpinball/vpinball/actions/workflows/vpinball.yml *********************************************** These are quick conversions, as I don't like playing in a dark room and don't want to spend more days or weeks to convert a table. If you want to do your own conversions, I wrote two tutorials for EM tables like Loserman76's and make templates of the tables, pictures and materials. Also there are some .psd files, to change the artwork in an easy way for example. In the template tables there are generic artwork for the cabinet and the backbox. Some people may be happy with that and don't need the real artwork. There is a short tutorial for people, who know the editor and a longer one for newbies. Both instructions are in English and German. https://mega.nz/folder/5csAGRAa#gSFFQN_jXbw03y7LpQENHg
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