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Twenty One (Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co., 1936) VP9

VP9 Flipperless Recreation Groetchen’s 21 Trade Stimulator v1.0 2020-01-28

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tiltjlp

PN co-founder
Made for VP 9.09 by tiltjlp, destruk, & Grizz. Groetchen’s 21 Trade Stimulator, which was first introduced in the 1920s, is still in limited use in some areas, though it hasn’t been made new since the late 1970s. Played using the rules of Black jack, it was nearly impossible to win at all, much less win in the long run. The House Number were 17 through 21, which made the game a sucker’s bet. When it was first made, the game cost a penny, and you got a gum ball for playing. With inflation, the game now costs you a quarter, and you still get a gum ball for playing.

Destruk helped me script and animate the gum ball door, and Grizz worked his usual magic improving the graphics. Grizz also supplied graphics for a coin drop, but because of the age and comdition of my computer, and a lack of technical ability, I was unable to impliment the coin drop.

The game is fast and simple, just read the rules if you don’t instinctively know how to play the game. Our game allows for ties, and tracks your results. Best of all you won’t actually lose any money. But of course, you also don’t get a gum ball for playing.
 

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