Pirate gold is a Chicago Coin table from 1969 that features a horse shoe "Pirate Cove" in the lower playfield as well as lots of scoring opportunities. What drew me to buying, restoring and bringing this table to VP was the artwork!
The table has surround sound as well as new routines for generating apron and arch rolling sounds. Flipper tricks and nFozzy's physics and dampening are included and the table was tuned to play as close as possible to the real one that I just sold.
As with all of my tables there is an option menu that is available by holding down the left flipper button while a game is not underway. This will allow you to change options like number of balls and more.
Thanks again to Bord for his excellent Blender work and to KDS70, JR and Whirlwind for testing!
Towards the top of the script there is an option for making a PinballY high scores file. It is set to off by default but if enabled the table will make a file that will display the table's high scores on the DMD when PinballY is in its table selection mode.
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