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    "Discover The Wealth Of Atlantis"

    ‘Atlantis’ is a Bally pin from 1989. One of the Bally 6803 game system, developed from Bally with extreme cost consciousness in mind. It was the last game distributed to Germany via Bally Wulff.

    Very special thanks to

    • Schreibi34: For the playfield mesh, playfield insert templates and TWO awesome sub models and for being always helpful. You're an awesome guy.
    • 32assassin: For original red bumper caps, sub model, flipper bats, desktop score display and for sure some more from his WIP build. And for being a very cool guy who is always helping and supporting with a WIP build or other resources.
    • OldSkoolGamer: For providing me all the wonderful artwork he designed for the VP9 build.  Thank you so much.
    • Cosmic80: For reworking nearly all the inserts of the playfield. Thx, bro!

    Special thanks to

    • OldSkoolGamer, ICPjuggla, Herweh (:-): For creating a very cool VP9 build from where I borrowed a few table elements
    • DCrosby: For one of the three sub models
    • Bord: For the ramp lift stuff and for being such a great guy who is always helping when help is needed
    • Rosve: For the drain plug from his 'Skyrocket' table
    • Batch: For the new backglass image of the desktop view
    • Vogliadicane: For the blue and transparent bumper caps from his 'Fathom' mods. They do match perfectly into the 'Atlantis' theme
    • Flupper: Once again for his plastic and wire ramp tutorial and for the flasher domes
    • Ninuzzu: For his flipper shadows
    • Dark: For the gates primitives template
    • Dark and nFozzy: For locknuts and screws
    • DJRobX, RothbauerW and maybe some other ones: For some code in my script like the SSF routines
    • Thalamus: For beta testing, some good hints and a missing sound ;-)
    • VPX development team: For always lifting VP to the next level
    • All I have forgotten. Please send me a PM if you think I should add you to the 'Thx' section here. My fault!

    Have fun with three included submarine models. Two of them were created by Schreibi34, the first one with 100% render result but a bit blurry from the side or the back, the second one with about 80% render result, crisp from all sides. The third model was provided by 32assassin and created by DCrosby.

    Check out the other script options at the top of the script. There are options for GI, flipper, bumper and wire ramp color modes, a more or less jumping ball, playfield shadow depth and more.

    Toggle thru the sub models and flipper color modes with the left and right MagnaSave buttons. Notice that this is just a preview. To switch permanently to a sub model or a specific color mode you have to do these changes in the script options.

    Visual Pinball 10.6 beta or higher.

    Saucer holes are made with a playfield mesh to simulate  a cool ball rolling behaviour. Therefore VPX 10.6 beta is required as minimum.

    Check out the script options at the top of the script. There are options for GI, flipper, bumper and wire ramp color modes, for one of three submarine models, a more or less jumping ball, playfield shadow depth and more.

    Toggle thru the sub models and flipper color modes with the left and right MagnaSave buttons. Notice that this is just a preview. To switch permanently to a sub model or a specific color mode you have to do these changes in the script options.

    1.1: New backglass image for desktop users and a replaced third ballrolling sound

    1.0.2: Some graphical finetuning

    • reworked the right wire ramp to get it more authentic
    • smoother transition for a lot objects from GI off to on and vice versa

    1.0.1: Some minor fixes

    • added a missing rubber to the GI
    • added some missing sounds when hitting objects
    • improved the shadows of the drop targets
    • emended the left bonus held flasher
    • reworked the wire ramp a tiny bit
    • added a GI option to de-/activate bulbs under the inlanes ('EnableGIInlane')

    1.0: Initial release

    This topic contains 70 replies, has 45 voices, and was last updated by  RYSr (Rich) 5 hours, 42 minutes ago.

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    • #139323
       Herweh 
      Participant
      vipMemberContributor

      "Discover The Wealth Of Atlantis"

      ‘Atlantis’ is a Bally pin from 1989. One of the Bally 6803 game system, developed from Bally with extreme cost consciousness in mind. It was the last game distributed to Germany via Bally Wulff.

      Very special thanks to

      • Schreibi34: For the playfield mesh, playfield insert templates and TWO awesome sub models and for being always helpful. You're an awesome guy.
      • 32assassin: For original red bumper caps, sub model, flipper bats, desktop score display and for sure some more from his WIP build. And for being a very cool guy who is always helping and supporting with a WIP build or other resources.
      • OldSkoolGamer: For providing me all the wonderful artwork he designed for the VP9 build.  Thank you so much.
      • Cosmic80: For reworking nearly all the inserts of the playfield. Thx, bro!

      Special thanks to

      • OldSkoolGamer, ICPjuggla, Herweh (:-): For creating a very cool VP9 build from where I borrowed a few table elements
      • DCrosby: For one of the three sub models
      • Bord: For the ramp lift stuff and for being such a great guy who is always helping when help is needed
      • Rosve: For the drain plug from his 'Skyrocket' table
      • Batch: For the new backglass image of the desktop view
      • Vogliadicane: For the blue and transparent bumper caps from his 'Fathom' mods. They do match perfectly into the 'Atlantis' theme
      • Flupper: Once again for his plastic and wire ramp tutorial and for the flasher domes
      • Ninuzzu: For his flipper shadows
      • Dark: For the gates primitives template
      • Dark and nFozzy: For locknuts and screws
      • DJRobX, RothbauerW and maybe some other ones: For some code in my script like the SSF routines
      • Thalamus: For beta testing, some good hints and a missing sound ;-)
      • VPX development team: For always lifting VP to the next level
      • All I have forgotten. Please send me a PM if you think I should add you to the 'Thx' section here. My fault!

      Have fun with three included submarine models. Two of them were created by Schreibi34, the first one with 100% render result but a bit blurry from the side or the back, the second one with about 80% render result, crisp from all sides. The third model was provided by 32assassin and created by DCrosby.

      Check out the other script options at the top of the script. There are options for GI, flipper, bumper and wire ramp color modes, a more or less jumping ball, playfield shadow depth and more.

      Toggle thru the sub models and flipper color modes with the left and right MagnaSave buttons. Notice that this is just a preview. To switch permanently to a sub model or a specific color mode you have to do these changes in the script options.

      Total of 67 users thanked author for this post. Here are last 20 listed.
      #139325
       rgarriott 
      Participant
      Member

      Beautiful. Cant wait to get home from work. Thanks

      #139326
       Rastan350 
      Participant

      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Never played this table and the build looks awesome. Thanks for this!</p>

      #139327
       ashleyb 
      Participant

      Looks like another great table from Herweh and co. again!

      #139328
       randr 
      Keymaster
      ModeratorMember

      Looks GREAT! will test this out later tonight Thanks to everyone involved in the build :good:

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      #139329
       Thalamus 
      Moderator
      ContributorMemberModerator

      I know already this is a very nice release. I have a 5 bar flasher in the back and it is really fitting with the flashers in the back wall. Too hot yesterday to play so I’m happy to see this released. Will play it in a couple of hours when the temperature has come down some degrees.

      Thank you so much Harweh and the long list of guys that has contributed to the table before or in this VPX build. There is no doubt you’ve put some extra time into getting this just right and it is highly appreciated. I’m going to study a few elements and techniques of this table. That is something I’m very sure. of.  :good:

      1 user thanked author for this post.
      #139340
       eMBee 
      Participant

      Thank you Herweh and team for this fantastic table!
      I haven’t seen the real deal, but your Mousin Around table is so good… This one must be spot on as well  :good:

      #139341
       giovanni1966 
      Participant

      Very nice looking table with absolute entertaining gameplay (good physics).

      #139346
       Zedixair 
      Participant

      Thank you @herweh and thanks also to all the people involved in the making of this table !  :good:

      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by  Zedixair.
      #139347
       JR 
      Participant
      Member

      Woo hoo!!   Damn… how do I get out of going to the beach today! ?  Thanks to everyone involved for this!

      #139362
       TerryRed 
      Moderator
      MemberContributorModerator

      The dude comes out of hiding…and keeps knocking out the gorgeous tables!

      I haven’t played this one before. It’s so nice to be able to say “oh, I never tried that one before…looks pretty!”

       

      1 user thanked author for this post.
      #139363
       Jesperpark 
      Participant
      Member

      Man this table looks fantastic, such vibrant colors!!

      Thanks for another great table Herweh, as well thanks to the long list of contributors, to this great looking and I’m sure great playing table.

      #139367
       Ben Logan2 
      Participant
      Member

      Beautiful!

      #139369
       rothbauerw 
      Participant
      ContributorMembervip

      Very well done!  Particularly like the saucer physics on this one.  Nailed it!

      Current Project: Perpetual updates of Pinball Magic

      1 user thanked author for this post.
      #139371
       TNT2 
      Participant
      Member

      Wow. This is awesome! Plays great! Thanks to Herweh and all who contributed.  :heart:

      :good:

      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago by  TNT2.
      #139373
       Mark70 
      Participant
      Member

      Thanks a lot for another great playing and looking table! Also to the guys involved!
      We keep an eye on your profile picture from now on :-)

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      #139374
       TNT2 
      Participant
      Member

      Thank you Herweh and team for this fantastic table!
      I haven’t seen the real deal, but your Mousin Around table is so good… This one must be spot on as well  :good:

      Everyone has their own opinion on this but for me it feels like Bally really started knocking these out of the park in the late ’80s.

      #139377
       ivantba 
      Participant

      Very nice sunday surprise! Thanks Herweh!

      #139379
       Bladeof 
      Participant
      Member

      Looks Awesome, Thank You @herweh your work and time is much appreciated. :good:

      #139383
       sheltemke 
      Participant

      Totally awesome! I won’t sleep that much this night that’s sure. Thank you for this colorful beauty Herweh!

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