Tee’d Off (Gottlieb 1993)

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    This golf themed table carries the spirit of "Caddyshack."  Gunther the gopher will pester and annoy you throughout the game.

    Rack up points during modes or multiball specials.  Like a true golfer, you'll be able to gamble your entire score on a double or nothing challenge by completing the "SKINS" game.

    Playfield and Plastic redraws by rothbauerw.

    Primitives by Dark (Volcano, Red Ramp, Tee Box, Golf Balls, Wire Ramps, Apron, Gopher Wheel)

    Beta testers: Ben Logan, cyberprez, wrd1972, dark

    Special thanks to Kiwi, Ninuzzu, NFozzy and JPSalas.  Palm trees and other elements borrowed from Surf 'N Safari.  Scripting template and other ideas borrowed fromr Super Mario Bros.  Trough and Flipper code based on NFozzy's.  JP's VP9 table was used as a reference at the beginning of this build.

    The latest VPinmame should be used as there's a fix for vblank timing that allows the ROM animations to run at the correct speed.

    Getting the ROM up and running can be tricky.  Follow these instructions to load factory settings:

    • Press the "7" key
    • Press "End" to open the coin door
    • Use the "7" key to bring up the menu
    • Use the flippers to go to "Game Adjustments"
    • Press the start button ("1" on my machine) to load factory settings
    • Press start one more time
    • Press the "Home" key to SLAM TILT and reload the game

     

    Game uses teedoff3 rom.

    Getting the ROM up and running can be tricky.  Follow these instructions to load factory settings:

    • Press the "7" key
    • Press "End" to open the coin door
    • Use the "7" key to bring up the menu
    • Use the flippers to go to "Game Adjustments"
    • Press the start button ("1" on my machine) to load factory settings
    • Press start one more time
    • Press the "Home" key to SLAM TILT and reload the game

    1.0.1 - Updated acknowledgements to include NFozzy, added option to disable flipper coil ramp up to reduce flipper lag

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      Profile gravatar of rothbauerw rothbauerw 
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      Tee’d Off (Gottlieb 1993)

      This golf themed table carries the spirit of “Caddyshack.”  Gunther the gopher will pester and annoy you throughout the game.

      Rack up points during modes or multiball specials.  Like a true golfer, you’ll be able to gamble your entire score on a double or nothing challenge by completing the “SKINS” game.

      Playfield and Plastic redraws by rothbauerw.

      Primitives by Dark (Volcano, Red Ramp, Tee Box, Golf Balls, Wire Ramps, Apron, Gopher Wheel)

      Beta testers: Ben Logan, cyberprez, wrd1972, dark

      Special thanks to Kiwi, Ninuzzu, NFozzy and JPSalas.  Palm trees and other elements borrowed from Surf ‘N Safari.  Scripting template and other ideas borrowed fromr Super Mario Bros.  Trough and Flipper code based on NFozzy’s.  JP’s VP9 table was used as a reference at the beginning of this build.

      The latest VPinmame should be used as there’s a fix for vblank timing that allows the ROM animations to run at the correct speed.

      Getting the ROM up and running can be tricky.  Follow these instructions to load factory settings:

      • Press the “7” key
      • Press “End” to open the coin door
      • Use the “7” key to bring up the menu
      • Use the flippers to go to “Game Adjustments”
      • Press the start button (“1” on my machine) to load factory settings
      • Press start one more time
      • Press the “Home” key to SLAM TILT and reload the game

       

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      Profile gravatar of randr randr 
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      WOW this looks great! nice work! will give it a try later tonight :good:

      Thank you for another over the top looking build

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      Profile gravatar of Drybonz Drybonz 
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      Just tried this one out… turned out really great, rothbauer.  You did an awesome job on the wheel.  The spin and ball motion/stop looks great.  I also think this is the first table I have seen where I thought the ball shadow looked natural.  Is that your own code for the shadow?

      I appreciate the instructions for getting it started also… I don’t think I was ever able to get the rom working on the VP9 version and just gave up on it.

      Anyway, great job on this one.    :good:

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      Profile gravatar of rothbauerw rothbauerw 
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      The ball shadows are from Ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table with a modification to keep the shadow directly under the ball.  Thanks Ninuzzu!

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      Profile gravatar of TNT2 TNT2 
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      Great work rothbauerw. Looks and plays great.

      Odd question. I noticed that “teedoff” ROM can play without modification while “teedoff3” requires the modification. I remember ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table doing the same. Any reason why?

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      Profile gravatar of Drybonz Drybonz 
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      The ball shadows are from Ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table with a modification to keep the shadow directly under the ball. Thanks Ninuzzu!

      Yeah, the shadow under the ball like you have it seems to be the key.  Otherwise, it looks like the ball is floating to me.  I like how you modified it.

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      Profile gravatar of rothbauerw rothbauerw 
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      Great work rothbauerw. Looks and plays great. Odd question. I noticed that “teedoff” ROM can play without modification while “teedoff3” requires the modification. I remember ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table doing the same. Any reason why?

      Which modification?  You mean the setup process?

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      Profile gravatar of Ben Logan2 Ben Logan2 
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      Great work, rothbauerw! I love the gopher wheel. Nice physics. Thanks. This table’s a winner.

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      Profile gravatar of TNT2 TNT2 
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      Great work rothbauerw. Looks and plays great. Odd question. I noticed that “teedoff” ROM can play without modification while “teedoff3” requires the modification. I remember ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table doing the same. Any reason why?

      Which modification? You mean the setup process?

      Yes.

      Not a big deal though. Just curious.

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      Profile gravatar of Al Al 
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      What a happy fun table ! Thanks for what I’m sure was all your hard work on this one, and It was again, wonderful being able to follow along a WIP to conclusion. Excellent !

       

      Cheers,

      al.

       

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      Profile gravatar of Pinbolt Pinbolt 
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      Thank you so much, This table is very good.

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      Profile gravatar of rothbauerw rothbauerw 
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      Great work rothbauerw. Looks and plays great. Odd question. I noticed that “teedoff” ROM can play without modification while “teedoff3” requires the modification. I remember ninuzzu’s Super Mario Bros table doing the same. Any reason why?

      Which modification? You mean the setup process?

      Yes. Not a big deal though. Just curious.

      Not sure.  Maybe the full install of VP came with an nvram file for the other rom?

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      Profile gravatar of Mark70 Mark70 
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      It looks and plays fantastic.
      To be honest, I was not very interested in Tee’d off in the past. But this changed today!
      What a great game, and what a great work!

      Thanks for sharing.

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      Profile gravatar of Thalamus Thalamus 
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      On my way to the half built cab now – thank you !!

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      Profile gravatar of the_greeze the_greeze 
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      Thank you very much! :)

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      Profile gravatar of randr randr 
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      the wheel physics is very good. Love how the ball rolls inside!

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      Profile gravatar of Al Al 
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      the wheel physics is very good. Love how the ball rolls inside!

      I just kept thinking that’s what the Pirates of the Caribbean capture needs to be like ! Hmmm … :)

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      Profile gravatar of RustyCardores RustyCardores 
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      Great table, thanks!

      Is this the first table I have seen with audio volume controls for the mechanicals in the script like that?

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      Profile gravatar of rothbauerw rothbauerw 
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      Great table, thanks! Is this the first table I have seen with audio volume controls for the mechanicals in the script like that?

      I haven’t seen it anywhere else.  I frequently see posts asking how to adjust volume and I sometimes like to tweak it too, so I thought I’d make it easier for folks.

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      Profile gravatar of RustyCardores RustyCardores 
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      Great table, thanks! Is this the first table I have seen with audio volume controls for the mechanicals in the script like that?

      I haven’t seen it anywhere else. I frequently see posts asking how to adjust volume and I sometimes like to tweak it too, so I thought I’d make it easier for folks.

      Awesome idea! and as a somewhat “outspoken” proponent of PMD over DOF for tactile feedback, I thank you.  ;)

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