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montmar3

Inserted Coin
hello,
as i'm working on this table, i wonder if holes are all gobble holes or somes are kicker holes

can't find anywhere good woodrails and lockbar to complete the table

thank's by advance for anyhelp!

bruno
 

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tiltjlp

PN co-founder
Most of them are kickers, but off-hand I couldn't tell you which ones they are. There is an existing version of Contact here by Druadic, which you might find has a rules document in the zip file. His version plays perfectly, or seemingly so, since I've never played the actual game.Since you might be a new author, or at least new here, I'd like to point a few things out to avoid any possible problems. While you're of course free to download and play Druadic's version of Contact, you can't use his script for your table. Feel free to use any rules information you find in the zip, though. And while Druadic isn't active in VP right now, I'm his contact person. And just because there is already a version of Contact is no reason not to continue with yours. Yours looks great.

John
 

montmar3

Inserted Coin
gasp, i didn't see the good contact by druadic here, now i'm a little bit discouraged, i'm learning scripting on VP...my first beginner's work was on duglis squarehead.
i don't find any rules about "contact", so i'll try on my own to find somes and finish to script something correct for my project.

thank's for advices
 

tiltjlp

PN co-founder
Don't be discouraged, there's no problem with there being more than one version of a table. But I'm Druadic's playtester, so I can tell you that you wouldn't learn much from his script. He's the first to admit that his coding is weak, but like he say's the important thing is that the game plays well. I'll see if I can get some rules for you from a collcetor's group I belong to.

John
 
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