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    This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams Pompeii Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "pomp_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.

     

    Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.

     

    Left Magna key for the game selection. Selections are Regulation, Flash, Strike 90, 800, and Advance.

    1. Place the table (.vpx) file in your tables folder.

    2. Place the rom file in your roms folder.

    3. Pray that you have VP and all its dependent programs properly setup and that it runs. lol!

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       rascal 
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      This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams Pompeii Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "pomp_l1.zip" to run. This is a complete remake by me, not a conversion. Started from scratch.

       

      Flippers move arm left and right. Analog and digital plunger pulls the arm forwards and backwards and starts angle rotation.

       

      Left Magna key for the game selection. Selections are Regulation, Flash, Strike 90, 800, and Advance.

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      #146112
       bord 
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      LOL. Love the fig leaf.

      Thanks, @rascal!

      #146113
       rascal 
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      Here is the backglass and the logo image I used for this table.

      pompeiilogoPoBackglass1

      #146114
       JR 
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      Dang, how many of these bowlers were made?

      #146115
       rascal 
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      Dang, how many of these bowlers were made?

      They go back to the early 50s, but I’m not going back that far. There are something like 16 I think that are solid state.

      #146122
       JR 
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      Wow.  I just don’t remember seeing that many of them back in the day.  Just did a little reading.  Any plans for an EM version?  Times Square has pointy people art!  These are a lot of fun and add a little something different to the cab.  Thanks!

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