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  • Add a ball version of Groovy/Crescendo made for export to Italy - there was not an add-a-ball version made for the USA

    Artwork by GNance Backglass & wheel included in the ZIP

    Built using VPX 10.5 since I don't do betas

    VPX 10.5

    initial release

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      Loserman76
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      Add a ball version of Groovy/Crescendo made for export to Italy - there was not an add-a-ball version made for the USA

      Artwork by GNance Backglass & wheel included in the ZIP

      Built using VPX 10.5 since I don't do betas

      #130462
      -RpT
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      Thank for even more amazing looking EM classics! Pretty far behind getting things loaded so hoping to catch up and try them all out over the next holiday  ;-)

      #130475
      Ben Logan2
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      Nice shooter

      #130552
      absurdisarm
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      such a cool table! It’s amazing how many of these you crank out. Gnance is killing it with the pristine artwork.

      #130566
      bord
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      I love the low bumpers layout. Big chaos.

      #130770
      Micronaut
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      :good:

      :bye:

      #131096
      JR
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      As a musician that plays in a band that focuses on ‘important’ classic rock from this era, I’m embarrassed to say that the first album that was mine!…was a Partridge Family album.  Oof.. But loved it and it and this table really brings me back to those days.  The artwork on this is …far out!  And love the lighting.

      Thanks Loserman for all these creations of yours.  I’m learning so much about the history of pinball because of your tables.  Like…this was a Krynski?  Damn you Ed..where are your flipper outlanes!?

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