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  • Ike Savage
    Ike Savage replied to the thread WipeOut.
    This is one of the most common problems when running VP with VPM. The score DMD is likely sitting behind the representation of the table. Good news-- if you search the site, you should find different suggestions and solutions to this one. One...
  • Ike Savage
    Centuries-late reply, but if the table's not locked, you can always go in the editor and move table elements around a little bit in order to help the game play more realistically. Or if you want to straight-up cheat, you can just add a thin wall...
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    Ike Savage replied to the thread Top-10 Pinball Innovations.
    Great topic which I'd like to sticky for the time being. If a 'greatest hits' consolidation thread got created at some point, this topic would surely belong there, as well. This brings up another fascinating point-- i.e., when did pinball get...
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    Ike Savage reacted to shiva's post in the thread Top-10 Pinball Innovations with Like Like.
    My list is a bit different, as these items were so successfull, they were used since, or for many years afterwards. Don't forget that the very first Pins were a bunch of nails and cutouts on a wood surface in the early 30's. Most of the stuff we...
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    Ike Savage reacted to Phoenixx's post in the thread Rally Girl with Like Like.
    Actually they made a whole bunch of machines, and they were also the first manufacturer to incorporate 'Fliptronic'. I remember being at some swiss site some time ago which belonged to a guy who collected them. IIRC his entire site was...
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    Ike Savage replied to the thread Pinball modding.
    Ben Heck! I haven't seen that amazing bloke mentioned here before. He's a guy I've loosely followed for years, as he's made all kinds of custom videogame handhelds and stuff like that. In terms of pinball, his first project seems to have...
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    Ike Savage reacted to pinballdaveh's post in the thread EM Machine Power Levels with Like Like.
    i have worked on em machines of all eras and have never seen any em machines with different levels of power. dirty solenoid sleeves and plungers will be sluggish , once they work a few times they might loosen up a little. giving the look of more...
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    The Super Awesome Pinball Show Podcast replied to the thread The Super Awesome Pinball Show Podcast Feed.
    The Super Awesome Pinball Show S1 E6 We're back, minus Ed but plus Charlie Emery of Spooky Pinball. Learn many secrets, This episode is so off the hook, I can't even explain. Just enjoy while indoors. Stay safe!! Continue reading...
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    rebjr reacted to JonPurpleHaze's resource Visual Pinball 8.1.1 Full Install with Like Like.
    Visual Pinball 8.1 Full Install Package
  • Ike Savage
    Ike Savage replied to the thread Houdini Pinball.
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    Hi, new guys here, wondering if we could get some help identifying this mysterious antique baseball-themed arcade game. It was pictured in a 1933 edition of the Washington Post. Like many pre-War pinball or arcade action games, like World's...
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    Kaneda's Pinball Podcast replied to the thread Kaneda's Pinball Podcast Feed.
    Episode 471: "TWIPY Predictions w Bill Webb" Who we think will win and be runner up. Continue reading...
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    Ike Savage reacted to FranciscoPozo's resource Lancers (Gottlieb - 1961) with Like Like.
    Lancers / IPD No. 1410 / August, 1961 / 2 Players Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company (1931-1977) [Trade Name: Gottlieb] Date Of Manufacture: August, 1961 Model Number: 178 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Production: 1,700 units (confirmed)...
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    Ike Savage reacted to FranciscoPozo's resource Brite Star (Gottlieb 1958) with Like Like.
    Brite Star / IPD No. 378 / April, 1958 / 2 Players Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company (1931-1977) [Trade Name: Gottlieb] Date Of Manufacture: April, 1958 Model Number: 143 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Production: 800 units (confirmed)...
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    Ike Savage reacted to FranciscoPozo's resource Gladiator - Gottlieb 1956 with Like Like.
    Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company (1931-1977) [Trade Name: Gottlieb] Date Of Manufacture: January, 1956 Model Number: 111 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Production: 1,200 units (confirmed) Serial Number Database:View at The Internet Pinball...
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