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    Big Brave (Gottlieb 1974)

    this is sentimental table for me, I had this machine in my bedroom when I was a kid and its what made me stumble into this silly hobby in the first place... Carlos past some photos on to Loserman and I which sparked some interest in building the table... so Loserman and I took on the task, I used Losermans gottlieb EM template to layout and build the visuals of the table, then past it back to Loserman for him to code the table....  Loserment is one top EM coders in the hobby also thanks to Carlos for the inspiration, and Borgdog for making a few primitive cutouts and testing

    • 4kish...lol PF and plastics
    • full shadow treatment
    • detailed lighting
    • full set of primitive cutout
    • Loserman option menu  (long hold left flipper before starting a game)

    v1.0 release

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    • #88870
       HauntFreaks 
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      https://petacos.forumcommunity.net/?t=53721525

      DUDE!!!…. nice…. thanks

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      #88882
       HauntFreaks 
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      I found an issue with the PF image… that most might not ever notice, its the PF image not playing nice with the primitive cutouts….
      attached is a the PF image fixed… you can replace it if you want, or if you dont care then dont worry about it, it has nothing to do with how the table plays it all visual…

      big-brave-pf  <—-new PF image file

      how to use it, unzip image, open image manage in the editor… find and select big brave pf then click “reimport from” fine the image you downloaded
      done


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      #88886
       Poochie 
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      fantastic, it looks and plays beautiful. thanks B-)


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      #88892
       Micronaut 
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      Big brave !! :yahoo:
      thanks guys, your union makes a good team, :good:
      This is another great classic for an awesome collection of VPX tables and what well created it in physics and in image and lighting :yes:
      big brave has very good memories for me, I’ve spent sacks of coins in the 70`s and now,in 2018 I will spend an eternity of hours in front of my PC screen.  :heart:
      only one question: the special does not turn on when you knock down the drop targets and when you turn off the lanes B, I, G,


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      #88894
       vogliadicane 
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      great table, great work as always, guys! :yes:

      And the Haunt Story behind it is loveley.


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      #88926
       StevOz 
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      Big Brave and boldly done HF and tribe.. thanks

      My preferred DT POV settings attached, these settings work for all loserman xpx releases.

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      #88940
       benjaminit 
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      If no doubt my favorite pinball, the pinball of my childhood. An uncle of mine who had a company that sold pinballs, gave it to me at the beginning of the 80s, when the EMs were outdated and began to retire. Like Lighthouse, the reason why after so many years continue in this world pinball. Being able to play it after so many years, even virtually, is incredible. Thanks for this version, which is very good, I would dare to say, that the best to date.  :yahoo:

      Lighthouse, fantastic virtual pinball, I also have a scale replica of an Abracadabra pinball. Can you tell me how many inches of monitors you use in yours? The relationship between playfield and backglass, if we remove the part of the speakers, is fantastic. Many thanks

       


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       Lighthouse 
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      Lighthouse, fantastic virtual pinball, I also have a scale replica of an Abracadabra pinball. Can you tell me how many inches of monitors you use in yours? The relationship between playfield and backglass, if we remove the part of the speakers, is fantastic. Many thanks

      Hi. It is a mini VP, 24 “Playfield 17” Backglass but it is perfect for a corner of the house without clogging. I did it from scratch without experience and it turned out fantastic and perfect play. The cabinet is open from the back for ventilation and simply carries a PC in a mini ITX box . In front it has 2  usb ports perfect for updates .

      It is simple, small and at the same time perfect to enjoy this wonderful hobby.

      Best regards !


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       benjaminit 
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      Thanks Ligthouse,

      It´s similar to mine . I have a 20″ 4:3 on backglass and 32″ on playfiled

       


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      #88997
       Lighthouse 
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      Thanks Ligthouse,

      It´s similar to mine . I have a 20″ 4:3 on backglass and 32″ on playfiled

      Wow Fantastic !!  Yours is gorgeous , Congratulations.

      Yes , 4:3 BG  16:9  PF


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      #89331
       Mark70 
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      Big thanks for Big Brave! :good:
      The table looks and plays awesome


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      #90041
       blacksad 
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      Many Thanks Mr Haunt for this VPX version !
      Your VP9 version was already fabulous.

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