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Gorgar (Williams, 1979) VP9

VP9 Williams SS Recreation Gorgar (Williams, 1979) VP9 v1.0 by drumndav AKA daveboy6

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Gorgar (Williams, 1979) VP9 v1.0
by drumndav AKA daveboy6
IPD No. 1062

-<{ Thanks go out to }>-
Apoc, Destruk, Desangel, Gottlieb, Noah Fentz, and UncleReamus
for releasing their recreations of this great machine.
ta2686 for writing the Williams System 6 adjustment tutorials.
Scapino your stuff still answers alot of my 'How do I' questions.
VPforums, Pinball Nirvana, and their respective members. What great
web communities, and theres always something new to download/play.
Gorgar - Williams 1979
v1.0 by drumndav AKA daveboy6

Back in the late 70's as soon as I got out of school, I would
head over the Main St. bridge towards the beach to check out
the surf. If the waves looked small but the tide was going to
change in a little while, I would hang out on the boardwalk, and
play 'Lost World'. So it was until in 1979 something happend,
a pinball machine talked! The first time I encountered Gorgar,
I diddnt see it first, I heard it! When I finaly did see it, I knew
I had to play it. I remember there was a small group of people with
quarters on the machine already waiting. Every time Gorgar said
something everybody remarked about it because nobody had heard
anything like it before, it was the first of it's kind.

This is my second table, built using what I had learned creating
Lost World v2.0, looking at how others had done this table before,
and learning even more during my recreation of Williams 1979 Gorgar.
I tried to make Gorgar v1.0 as realistic as possible, but also
wanted it to run as fast as possible, hence I used old style lights.
Yeah I know the old lights dont look as good, but they run fast,
and thats what counts to me. This table runs smooth even on an old
Dell Pentium 4 1.8GHz, with a nVidia Geforce FX 5900, and a Sound
Blaster Audigy 2 card. So even you basic laptop users out there
should have no lag/slide show effects while playing it. Above all
else remember to just have fun, because thats what it's all about.
Oh, and speaking of fun, the 'Naked Chick' is back in this table!
Gorgar Game Rules:

Insert Coin And Wait For Machine To Reset Before Inserting Coin For
Next Player.

Making G . O . R Targets Advances " PIT " Value.

Making G . A . R Targets Lites Jet Bumpers For 1000, Lites G . A . R
Targets For 5000 Each & Lites Outlane Specials.

Lighting GOR & GAR Advances Eject Value.

Making 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 Lites PIT For 50,000 & Lites Next Star.
When Both Stars Are Lit Making 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 Lites Red Arrows Alternately For Special.

Making "D" & "E" Spots 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .

Making A . B . C Advances "X" Value.

Tilt Penalty . Ball In Play . Does Not Disqualify Player.

Special Scores _____________________________ 1 Credit
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Great recreation & fun table. The ball image is ghostly (half-traslucent)
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