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    AtGames Legends pinball

    AtGames is releasing a couple packs of Dr. Seuss tables, three tables 12/20. Magic Pixel again has been contracted to put these together. I presume these are former pinball Gottlieb or Williams tables. The previous Taito tables were pretty good, and I look forward to these tables. With the...
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    AtGames Legends Pinball

    AtGames released an update to their Legends Pinball machine that turns Haptics on for OTG pinball. I was trying it the other day, and it was a notable improvement on some tables. Newer tables popped better than older tables. Also the Haptics need to be adjusted from table to table. I was...
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    Comment by 'yespage' in article 'AtGames to create pinball tables based on Dr. Seuss properties'

    Can't wait to see what 70s pinball tables Magic Pixel blatantly rip off to reskin these "new" Dr. Seuss tables. :D That said, this is pretty cool, and I look forward to this haptic ready new content.
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    Comment by 'yespage' in article 'Massive new pinball arcade, with 350 pinball machines, coming to Ohio'

    Well, on one hand... Youngstown?! But on the other hand, it is half the distance of the two places in or near Pittsburgh. So about an hour to get to this place for me. So it could be further like Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, or Athens. I'm lucky as there are two good pinball places (12+...
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    Multiple FX Pinball announcements today, plus first looks!

    VPX installation is a breeze these days. Years ago, it was an arduous task that required a Comp-Sci degree. Today, it is a standalone installation, where you primarily need to make certain the program isn't installed in the generic /Programs subdirectory. It takes five minutes. A little...
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    Multiple FX Pinball announcements today, plus first looks!

    AtGames (and others) isn't just a danger because of the stock tables (we'll pretend Gottliebs aren't included... even with haptics), it is also a danger because it is a gateway to VPX, which opens the door to making the machine a museum of tables itself. No, it isn't cheap compared to PC...
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    Multiple FX Pinball announcements today, plus first looks!

    Trouble becomes, people move on. Pinball FX's greatest threat is AtGames and like-minded affordable digital pinball machines that can make Pinball FX expendable.
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    Why Centreal Park?

    Thanks. Still a shame, as some of the other designs I've seen are better and a lot more replayable.
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    Why Centreal Park?

    Got the VPX running on my AtGames machine and one thing became apparent, Central Park sucks. There are a huge number of era tables back then that were less on automatic than Central Park. Is there a reason why they went with Central Park?
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    Is this it for Farsight / Pinball Arcade?

    TPA was awesome for its time. Provided a mountain of tables, much fun was had. Zen then improved the physics and the look. All of this has built upon previous iterations. If TPA goes? It has been gone a long while. Part of the animosity against Farsight was the Stern deal that didn't amount to...
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    Multiple FX Pinball announcements today, plus first looks!

    Pinball Arcade released the best tables. Zen would be a bit insane to ignore them. The massive pause by Zen... I personally switched to Visual Pinball and haven't looked back. It isn't their fault, I want to play all types of tables, many that would never be released because they are "too old"...
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    Visual Pinball thoughts

    I don't doubt that. Having the exciters upgraded on the AtGames table was huge for those Zaccaria tables! It really does take it to a whole different level. Regardless, in all the excitement of playing high quality tables that I hadn't played virtually before, I managed to completely forgot...
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    Visual Pinball thoughts

    One thing occurred to me, with the AtGames Legend pinball table. I had completely forgotten that the exciters don't work on Visual Pinball. Been having so much fun being able to play these tables, that it was non-factor. Sure, it'd be nice, but right now, I'm so uberly content. Installed and...
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    Visual Pinball thoughts

    Up to about 80 tables now. Found a couple pretty cool originals, Mickey Mouse and Scooby Doo. I wish downloading was less clicky, but I get why it is set up that way. The Tee'd Off table looks very good. Not quite 100% realistic, but magnitudes better than the TPA render! ST TNG also looks...
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    Visual Pinball thoughts

    Thanks, that did the trick. Some tables seem to be much quieter than others. Discovered Batter's Up, a baseball version of Pro Football. Awesome! So, pretty much have all I want. Monopoly, Scared Stiff, Family Guy, Pro Football, Rocky and Bullwinkle, The Incredible Hulk, Attack From Mars...
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    Visual Pinball thoughts

    Dragged home an old, but beefy computer from work (solid motherboard, lots of watts, Xeon processor) to get this going on my AtGames Pinball machine. Put in a better video card (1660 Super OC, was a Firepro7900). Hooked up an old LCD monitor for the backglass, I don't have the VIBS card (for the...
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    Guess the next Williams Table

    Frankenstein is the first thing that comes to mind, but that is Sterns.
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    Guess the next Williams Table

    El Dorado - City of Gold, and then the Zen HQ will burn. :D
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    Guess the next Williams Table

    A DS9 series table could be seriously cool, where you try to play out the entire series! In general, I can't stand Zen originals, but done right a DS9 table could be legendary... as long as it was a pinball table first, not one of their fantasy like tables. I'm think two level play surface...
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    Guess the next Williams Table

    I thought it was one from FX3, one unreleased altogether.

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