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  • #188858
    Sixtoe
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    @kiella
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    VR Room for 32assassins classic Strikes and Spares table by Bally.

    VR conversion done by Walter Whitmer with minimal tweaking by Sixtoe.

    9 users thanked author for this post.
    #189036
    Jesperpark
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    @jesperpark
    Member

    Thanks for converting this underrated table to VR.  :good:

    #193128
    playcade
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    @playcade

    Thank you very much for your work! I play Visual Pinball since 2001, and VR is AWESOME! I like very much all those old 80s pinball machines…the other day I run this machine in vr, your Strike and Spares, and wanted to know if the ON/OFF SWITCH was implemented. Just when I lay on the floor on my back with the VR headset, my son came in and saw me like this, and asked if I had gone crazy or had a heart attack …jajajaja. YEEEEESSS I am crazy with VP VR! Now, not only the playfiled and backglass, but also the whole cabinet with its artwork, the legs and the coin door! I used to play pinball in a C64 (NIGHT MISSION pinball) 40 years ago…I cant believe play pinballs like nowadays!

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by playcade.
    #193139
    The Loafer
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    @theloafer
    Member

    I approve of the above post, pretty bang on actually

    #193163
    BazzaLB
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    @bazzalb

    Thank you very much for your work! I play Visual Pinball since 2001, and VR is AWESOME! I like very much all those old 80s pinball machines…the other day I run this machine in vr, your Strike and Spares, and wanted to know if the ON/OFF SWITCH was implemented. Just when I lay on the floor on my back with the VR headset, my son came in and saw me like this, and asked if I had gone crazy or had a heart attack …jajajaja. YEEEEESSS I am crazy with VP VR! Now, not only the playfiled and backglass, but also the whole cabinet with its artwork, the legs and the coin door! I used to play pinball in a C64 (NIGHT MISSION pinball) 40 years ago…I cant believe play pinballs like nowadays!

    haha, Night Mission Pinball on the c64.. boy that ball movement looked very fluid for the day. Oh the memories.. I only recently got back into VP. Last time I played with it was version 5 I think. I am amazed by what its become with pup packs, color roms, and VR.. fantastic.. I’ve played barely anything else in the last few weeks since this rediscovery as I steadily catch up. What an awesome talented community (Sorry, not really a support post :) )

    #193179
    Sixtoe
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    @kiella
    Member

    I think “support” is more of a vague suggestion as to what this is for rather than a rule, otherwise most of us would be in trouble ;)

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