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    This is a VPX recreation of a 1988 Williams Top Dawg Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "tdawg_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.

    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!

    When I was editing the table I reduced the light segment displays falloffs to 5 so the red rings weren’t so distracting. I forgot to set them back to 50 when I released the table. So the change is that I set them back to 50 and they should be brighter now. I didn’t feel like this was really worthy of a revision number so I tried to just slip it in.

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       rascal 
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      This is a VPX recreation of a 1988 Williams Top Dawg Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom "tdawg_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.

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      #145565
       bord 
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      And he does it again! Thanks. Really fun to have these bowlers in the collection.

      #145792
       Tom 
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      Rascal, King of the Shuffle alley games.  Thanks for all these

      #145929
       STAT 
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      What was the Changes rascal ?

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       rascal 
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      What was the Changes rascal ?

      When I was editing the table I reduced the light segment displays falloffs to 5 so the red rings weren’t so distracting. I forgot to set them back to 50 when I released the table. So the change is that I set them back to 50 and they should be brighter now. I didn’t feel like this was really worthy of a revision number so I tried to just slip it in.

      #145948
       rascal 
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      If you’re asking what changed between bowlers, each bowler has a different theme and also each have the five games to select from, but most of them will have one or two games that are different. The physics are all the same, you throw the puck and you hit the pins. Top Dawg is my favorite out of the 80’s and 90’s bowlers, because of the sights and sounds. The DMD bowlers are ok, but I like the sound and lights of the system 11 machines.

      #146010
       MisterB 
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      Great on these fun bowlers.  I see backglasses are available for some, where can they be found for Top Dawg, King Tut, Aristocrat etc.?

       

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