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    • Author: gear323
    • Version: Table version 1.0, VRR version 1.0
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    • File size: 133.00 MB
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    • File Author: Gear323
    • Updated: January 14, 2020
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  • VR version of the Simpsons Pinball Party by 32assassin

    This is a great table with an excellent flow. In VR it's even better to play and looks great.

    Credits go to:

    - 32assassin for his awesome table

    - 3rdaxis for sharing his great VR work and the template for creating a VR Room

    - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

    - I would like to also thank everyone else that contributed to this project like Dark and Coindropper and most likely many others.

    Have a Working Version of VPX VR

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      gear323
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      @gear323

      VR version of the Simpsons Pinball Party by 32assassin

      This is a great table with an excellent flow. In VR it's even better to play and looks great.

      Credits go to:

      - 32assassin for his awesome table

      - 3rdaxis for sharing his great VR work and the template for creating a VR Room

      - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

      - I would like to also thank everyone else that contributed to this project like Dark and Coindropper and most likely many others.

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      Rawd
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      @rawd

      Very Nice!  Thanks!

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      Blindpeser
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      @blindpeser

      I love this one, thanks mate!

      I decreased some values on the spotlights, those are too 2D imo. And I made the room a bit darker overall. Plus I changed UseSolenoids=2 in the script for fastflips(?).

      The right flipper on the upper playfield make me angry. For me it is almost impossible to lock the ball. I tried to increase the flippers strength but that didnt help. Any suggestions?

      I wish we had some ball-on-ramp-sounds here. What other technology are we missing?

      Overall this is one of my favourites.

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