Recreation in VP912 of "The Jolly Marble Game (1875 - Unknown Manufacturer)" made by Romolo.
IPD No. 5359
Note from Xenonph:
If you look close at the playfield pic below, you can see it says "PATENTED MARCH 1st 1892" on the yellow horizontal strip in the middle of the playfield.
I am hesitant...
1920's Mills Novelty Company
See the MAIN SCREEN and press the R key for the rules.
PLEASE READ THE RULES.
EVERYTHING for this game has been redone. The playfield, the scripting - everything. I hope everyone will enjoy this MUCH BETTER playing version! Enjoy!
By tiltjlp & druadic for VP9.
A better image allowed me to implement correct scoring in this update for VP9. Once again, druadic helped to sort out scripting problems I had, so I have credited him with co-authorship. Press F1 for a 2 inning mini game or S for a full 9 inning game...
This bagatelle was probably made for resale in the early part of the 1900s. The playing field would have been painted wood, or painted oilcloth glued to wood.
What looks like a crack in the playing field is indded a crack where the wood has cracked and begun to...
(site notes, uploaded 10-Jan-2011)
Note from Xenonph:
This table would not run without a script fix.
I have uploaded a script fix version, along with original version for archival preservation.
Made in Brooklyn, this probably was sold mostly in and around...
Jamboree Bagatelle was probably made in England in the mid-to-late 1800s. I believe that the game whose image I used for my recreation was a Deluxe model, since the playfield surface was most probably dyed or painted felt, since much of the color is the same/similar color...
Possibly one of the earliest side shooter pin toys. Clues are the simplistic design, which I've never seen before, and only 3 scoring cups.
Clown Sideshooter might be one of the earliest, if not the first sideshooter ever made. My guess is that it was made in the mid...