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    • Author: Morttis
    • Version: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Sega 1995) - v1.1 - rev.1.0 [D&N][CC][FSS][DMD][10.6+]
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    • File size: 159.95 MB
    • Downloads: 86
    • File Author: Morttis, Schreibi34
    • Updated: August 1, 2020
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  • This is a modification of the Schreibi34 table, conversion to the FSS (Full Single Screen) format by me.

    All the modification was done through Nick's guidelines (Arconovum). Thank you very much for the guide videos.

    Well, I hope you like it, you can improve it, but it's a great start to have fun in this table format.

    Obs 1: The lighting of BG I believe is very close to the original. It was based on the B2S lighting done by darquayle (Thanks).

    Thanks to everyone involved in creating Visual Pinball and creating the tables, without you the fun would not be the same.

    Obs 2: From now on in File Author, I will also place the author of the original table in addition to mine, I would do that in the text, but I will also include this point.

    *My native language is portuguese, so if the English got bad, I'm sorry.

    Grab and rotate your screen in portrait mode. Do the same in your windows display setup. Setup reshade:  https://vpinball.com/forums/topic/re-shade-install-guide-for-fss-tables/

    Using the Day&Night setting: https://vpinball.com/forums/topic/fss-full-single-screen-revision-1-volumes-1-2/page/9/#post-113081

    rev.1.0 - initial release of modification

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      Morttis
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      @morttis

      This is a modification of the Schreibi34 table, conversion to the FSS (Full Single Screen) format by me.

      All the modification was done through Nick's guidelines (Arconovum). Thank you very much for the guide videos.

      Well, I hope you like it, you can improve it, but it's a great start to have fun in this table format.

      Obs 1: The lighting of BG I believe is very close to the original. It was based on the B2S lighting done by darquayle (Thanks).

      Thanks to everyone involved in creating Visual Pinball and creating the tables, without you the fun would not be the same.

      Obs 2: From now on in File Author, I will also place the author of the original table in addition to mine, I would do that in the text, but I will also include this point.

      *My native language is portuguese, so if the English got bad, I'm sorry.

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      Schreibi34
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      @schreibi34
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      Looks great!

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      arconovum
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      @nicholaschristopher
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      Thanks a bunch Mortiis, I wanted to do this one so bad, but I’m sure glad you did it. I will have to settle for Superman.. and yes it is coming –slowly–. I’m really busy with my launcher, and its taking up most of my time.

      #193621 Report
      Morttis
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      @morttis

      Thanks a bunch Mortiis, I wanted to do this one so bad, but I’m sure glad you did it. I will have to settle for Superman.. and yes it is coming –slowly–. I’m really busy with my launcher, and its taking up most of my time.

       

      Hi Nick,

      from Monday I will slow down at the tables as I start taking a distance education course in Geography … so my time will also decrease …

      but I will continue in my spare time to make the tables, but more slowly.

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