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Shooting Star (Junior) (Daval Mfg Company, 1934) VPX

VPX EM Flipperless Recreation Shooting Star (Junior) (Daval Mfg Company, 1934) VPX 1.3

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jogrady7

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jogrady7 submitted a new resource:

Shooting Star Jr Ver 1.2 for Desktop and Cabinets - Shooting Star Jr Ver 1.2 for Desktop and Cabinets

Druadic has graciously allowed me to make a cabinet version of his great Shooting Star Jr. VPX table. This version also works in Desktop mode, change line 29 in the script to switch between the two modes.

Shoot a ball into the star, then shoot a ball in the top hole to fire the ball in the star across the playfield for bigger points. FOUR table slopes and an option to turn off the tilt mechanism. Enjoy!

Additional cabinet buttons
-- Start button: starts the table
-- Right magna Save loads...

Read more about this resource...
 

druadic

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@jogrady7
This will help get his attention quicker.

@wryker
He only uploaded the table it looks like.

I searched the other sites and couldn't find one either.
Only Pinball Nirvana and Rogue Pinball are allowed to have this uploaded per our agreement. Other sites are allowed a hot link to the downloads only.

Thank you jogrady7 for making this work for the pin machine users as well as the desktop users.
 

xenonph

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@wryker
I think Left and Right flipper does same.
Here is Line 107 in table script.
If (keycode = 59 or keycode = LeftFlipperKey)

59 is the keycode for F1

and on Line 141 in table script
If (keycode = 60 or keycode = RightFlipperKey)

60 is the keycode for F2

So it looks like this can be toggled with left and right flippers.
You will see the selection change on backglass.
 

wryker

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@wryker
I think Left and Right flipper does same.
Here is Line 107 in table script.
If (keycode = 59 or keycode = LeftFlipperKey)

59 is the keycode for F1

and on Line 141 in table script
If (keycode = 60 or keycode = RightFlipperKey)

60 is the keycode for F2

So it looks like this can be toggled with left and right flippers.
You will see the selection change on backglass.
Thankyou! I'll test it out! Haven't figured out which button on my cab loads the ball....
 

xenonph

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@wryker
The L key or the Right Magna-Save key is used to lift ball into plunger.

On Line 164 in table script...
If keycode = RightMagnaSave or keycode = 38 Then

38 is the keycode for L

So use your Right Magna-Save key to lift the ball into plunger lane.
 

Itchigo

Former Operator
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Hello! (Hi Will!)

I had started working on all of Draudic's tables at Rogue to FS, but I think I only got a couple done (for myself). But my job got in the way and I didn't have time anymore. This is as far as I got. Maybe if I get time I can put them up at Rogue.

<game name="BallyHoo">
<description>BallyHoo</description>
<manufacturer>Bally</manufacturer>
<year>1932</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Bank-A-Ball">
<description>Bank-A-Ball</description>
<manufacturer>J.F.Linck</manufacturer>
<year>1932</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Bankum">
<description>Bankum</description>
<manufacturer>J.F.Thomas</manufacturer>
<year>1930</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Bat Em">
<description>Bat Em</description>
<manufacturer>In and Out Door Games</manufacturer>
<year>1932</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Bunnyboard">
<description>Bunnyboard</description>
<manufacturer>Marble Games</manufacturer>
<year>1931</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Carnival Queen">
<description>Carnival Queen</description>
<manufacturer>Bally</manufacturer>
<year>1958</year>
<type>Bingo</type>
</game>
<game name="Cavalcade">
<description>Cavalcade</description>
<manufacturer>Stoner</manufacturer>
<year>1935</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
<game name="Coconuts">
<description>Coconuts</description>
<manufacturer>Amusement Coin Machine</manufacturer>
<year>1932</year>
<type>Flipperless</type>
</game>
 
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