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    this is the VPX version of my Rat Fink table if you a fan of the Low-Brow Kulture or just remember rat fink as a kid this is a fun table its has  all new elements and music

    RAT FINK (2014) -  rethemed Star Trek - Bally 1979 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -VP9 original table by jpsalas -VP10 table layout/code by rothbauerw -pop bumper code and mechanics by BorgDog -VP10 retheme by HauntFreaks (2016)

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - Must run in VP10.1 offical release or newer! - you Must use the ROM startreb or the included RatFink ROM - you MUST put the MP3 files in your VPX music folder!! - if you do not want to use the Music files you MUST go into the script and comment out lines 140 thru 154


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    Thanks, HF… I usually don’t go for the originals too much, but this is really well done.  I want to turn down the bumper sounds so I can hear the music better, but I’m realizing I’m not sure how to adjust volume for an individual table in VPX.  Seems like it was in the editor options in VP9.


    awesome table!   Played it with my son tonight.  He loved it (11 years old).  So weird and unusual and the music rocks.  Thanks so much.  Thanks to you and all the other authors who make these.  Not only do you bring back the joy of my youth, but I get to share it with my kids.  Pass my thanks along.


    Graphics are so well on this :good:

    Messing with the VPinball app and push notifications.
    So if you haven't downloaded app yet what are you waiting for!?

     Ben Logan2 

    Super cool design work, Hauntfreaks. I especially like the plastics over the slings — the way they stretch out over the playfield is really unique.

    If anyone gets the error  “could not play mp3 files,” make sure to leave the mp3 files in the folder HF supplied, and drag that whole folder to your music files folder. Correct me if I’m wrong, somebody, but that’s what worked for me. :)

    The eyeball ball, and balls inside of pop-bumpers are such neat innovation. Surprised I haven’t seen that before!


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