We’ve had a few chats in the past and you mentioned vpPlus. I think the idea is great, but, I must admit. I’m reluctant to install it on my cab as I feel it is too experimental. I could install it on my desktop machine though. But, then again, you are on a different time-zone than me and there is a high chance that I’ll be playi…
This is a VPX recreation of a 1964 Midway Flying Turns pinball machine. Several options you can turn on in the script.Line 8 – netplayenabled = true. This enables peer to peer network play via vpPlus (explained later in this discrption).False = offLine 14 – handsenabled = true. This enables…[Read more]
Another crazy not pinball creation by Rascal. VPX Foosball 2019 is just that, a foosball game. It does auto row switching for you so you just need to control one row. You can control it with several different controllers (Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick X and Y axis, Joystick X and Y Rotation, Joystick…[Read more]
This is not a pinball machine… surprise! This is a vacuum launch shooting gallery. It is a remake of a 1961 Bally Sharpshooter. I made this table a long time ago and it was originally made for desktop users exclusively. Finding a good view for virtual cab users is pretty much impossible. …[Read more]
Ten Strike Classic, Benchmark Games, 2003, two players. This is a reissue and copy of the 1957 Williams Ten Strike. This new 10 Strike uses identical cabinet and art as the original, but has solidstate guts and LED style score displays (instead of score reels). Has two…[Read more]
This is a VPX recreation of a 1979 Williams Pompeii Shuffle Alley Bowler. It needs the rom “szone_l5.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…[Read more]
@STAT , thanks for the heads up on the swapped lights and the offer of the backglass. I corrected the lights in version 1.1 and gave you credit. Changing out the backglass would have been a bit more work and I opted not to do it since the backglass is so small on the desktop view anyway. Again, thanks for the offer.