Bank-A-Ball (Gottlieb, 1950) VP8

VP8 Gottlieb EM Recreation Gottlieb's Bank-A-Ball (1950) v1.0 2020-01-28

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Bendigo

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Here is the first WIP pic of Gottlieb's Bank-A-Ball from 1950.

The plastics are not yet finished and I still have a little work to do on the script, but it should be available in a week or so.

The layout looks very much like a pool table, and there is not a bumper in sight, also the flippers work in an unusal way.

That is, when the flipper button is pressed, the flippers move to the end position then back to the start position, so it is not possible to hold a ball on the flipper.

I was fortunate enough to find a person who actually has a schematic for this game, so the rules will be accurate.

Finally I would like to thank Krellan for the pics that I used to recreate this game. Without these pics it would have required much more work.

Bendigo
 

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WOW!!!!!! :shock:
Very nice Bendigo =D>
Jeeze Dougie we certainly look after you don't we?
Top stuff mate :D
Cheers
Leon
 
Nice crisp graphics, a real beauty. . .
 
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