My name is Oliver (longtime pinball fan) and I have just discovered that these kind of pinball machines existed. It was always my dream to have a “Nightmare On Elm Street” & “Rocky & Bullwinkle” tables in my house. So imagine my surprise when I found out I can have 100’s of pinball tables at the at my disposal at the touch of a button. I’m very interested in V-pinball, but I don’t know where to start. Should I save my money and buy one already made, or would it be cheaper to get the stuff myself? I also know nothing of building and programming. I’m flying blind here, hopefully some of you can help.
Welcome! Start off by getting visual pinball running on your desktop/laptop and install your favorite tables! Look for the all-in one installer in downloads section. Then you can grab your tables from here or other sites and you will also need the eproms(roms) installed just like mame would need.
if you enjoy a project I would highly suggest building your own!
Start by installing the all in one installer for vpx in download section here. Install that you can run a starter table when that works report back
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