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  • #72995
    batch
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    1.1 - Updated script for "Reel100K1" to be visible when the score is more than 100.000 (thanks to STAT for telling me, and to BorgDog for fixing it)

    Added bumper rings animation (thanks to BorgDog for telling me and fixing it)

     

    1.0: Here is  the VPX version of Abra Ca Dabra from Gottlieb (1975)

    Original playfield is from Popotte and I found plastics images on Pinballrescue

    I used a table template from BorgDog as a starting point

    BorgDog did script, physics, chimes, animated rubbers behind drop targets, half moon credit wheel and the b2s file

    He also did a gameplay options menu, it will open if you press left flipper when not in a game

    Hauntfreak did lighting, material for metal parts, environment emission image, color grading lookup table, reworked playfield, improved plastics and provided some primitives

    He also sent me a nice backglass image I used to do my backdrop

    So, big thanks to them because this table is « AT LEAST » as much theirs than mine

    Thanks also to Pinuck for his VP9 version, he made me want to do the VPX version, because, as I’ve no cab, I could’t play his fantastic table

    You’ll also find the following XML files in the same folder than the table :

    ACDportraitFS -> DT and FS settings from BorgDog

    ACDlandscapeFS -> DT and FS settings from Hauntfreaks

    ACDportraitFSBatch -> my DT settings and FS settings from BorgDog

    ACDlandscapeFSBatch -> my DT settings and FS settings from Hauntfreaks

    For those who don’t know how to use them yet, just do the following : File -> Import -> Backdrop POV

    Hope you like it and Happy New Year everybody on VPinball !

    Total of 24 users thanked author for this post. Here are last 20 listed.
    #72997
    kds70
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    Thanks for this NICE table :rose:

    All of them pinball guys who were involved did a really good job with the “look” and “feel” of this table :mail:

    VPin: Williams Time Warp Cabinet (1979), 4K playfield: 40" Iiyama X4071UHSU, backglass: 32" LG. Pin2DMD, Pincontrol 1, LEDWiz, leaf switches / buttons, nudging, tilt, plunger, 10 big siems contactors / knocker, PC: Intel i5 2500k@4.5Ghz, 8 GB Ram, Zotac GTX 1070 Mini, Win10

    #72999
    Thalamus
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    @thalamus
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    Thank you very much all three of you BD, HF and Batch. When I saw the backglass posted some days back I knew that the tables was getting close to being released. This is one of the few tables that still is active in my pbx setup as a vp9. Seeing who “converted” it, I’m confident that I will be replaced by this.

    #73004
    STAT
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    @stefanaustria
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    You did it ! :good:
    Thanks Batch, and thanks also to: Hauntfreaks and BorgDog,
    where your Hands are in, Quality Comes out :good:
    So then, adios again to my old Abra (please borrow me your Cockroach for this lol)  :cry:

    #73017
    Thalamus
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    @thalamus
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    Had to come back for an extra :good:

    On vp9 I was annoyed if I didn’t end up around 200k. After 5-6 games, it is still below 60k where it should be. Plays great guys !

    #73041
    STAT
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    @stefanaustria
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    hah … Cheater ;)

    #73057
    Drybonz
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    @drybonz
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    Ah, this is a really good table.  I’m gonna have to dust off my pinball stuff with all the great tables that are being made for VPX.  Thanks, guys.

    #73087
    Rajo Joey
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    @joey2001
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    GREAT. One of my alltime favourites in a VPX-version. Thanks, thanks, thanks! :yahoo:   :yahoo:   :yahoo:

    #73093
    bord
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    @bord
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    @batch & company: I am so thankful for the work you put into making this table. It looks lovely, plays great and is such a pleasure to have in VPX. Great work. :good:

    #73111
    batch
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    @batch
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    Thanks for all your compliments, it’s a great reward for the time spent in doing this table

    And many thanks to BorgDog for the script and physics settings, and to Hauntfreaks for making this table look so nice !

    #73191
    N3roflint
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    @n3roflint
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    Thanks Batch, Borgdog and Hauntfreaks for this table it’s a classic. Will be playing this daily.

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    #73329
    Mark70
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    @mark70
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    Thanks a lot for sharing this great work

    #75774
    Drybonz
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    @drybonz
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    This was the first table I played as I’m setting up many tables I missed over the last few months.  Really nice and I got a big grin when I fired it up and enjoyed a couple rounds.  Nicely done.

    One question I have, and this is probably stuff I should know, but have forgotten… what sound controls are for the EM clicking and buzzing sounds?  I can’t seem to volume balance them with the other sounds that are controlled with the basic +- volume buttons… and they are much louder.

    Thanks for the table, it turned out nice.   :good:

    #75806
    batch
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    @batch
    Member

    I’m not sure, but perhaps the sounds themselves are too loud

    Did you try to play them in the “Sound Manager” ?

    #205581
    chessaholic
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    @chessaholic

    Flippers are a bit laggy and score doesn’t work on my computer.

    #205716
    batch
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    @batch
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    What are your computer’s specs ?

    #205719
    chessaholic
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    @chessaholic

    Thank you for responding!

    Perhaps my PC is a little underpowered — Windows 10 (home) with 4 gigs of memory.  The EM games programmed by Loserman seem to work properly, however, other EM games on this site often have issues.

    #205741
    Thalamus
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    @thalamus
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    @chessaholic : I would say that your are right, even though you don’t really tell us much about the real important hardware – CPU and GPU. Believe me, upgrading to a PC that can handle VPX without being bogged down is really worth it. At least to me it is.

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