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Show Boat (Genco, 1957) VP8

VP8 Genco EM Recreation Show Boat (Genco 1957) v1.4

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Furio

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Show Boat (Genco 1957) is available.
I thank Bendigo, Duglis and components Pinball Nirvana.
Saluti dall' Italia Furio
 
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Furio

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Show Boat (Genco 1957) 1.1

Some improvements.
Saluti dall' Italia
 
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Furio

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Show Boat (Genco 1957) 1.2

Some improvements.
Saluti dall' Italia
Furio
 
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Furio

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Show Boat (Genco 1957) 1.3

Some improvements.
Saluti dall' Italia
Furio
 

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Furio

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Thanks for the update Furio, added to IRP and Pinball Nirvana.

Corrected PN link listed above.

Thanks Jon,
Thanks for the effort to add the new ver 1.3 of " Show Boat (Genco 1957) 1.3" .

Saluti dall' Italia Furio​
 
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magius74

Inserted Coin
This table does look great but I'm having a problem. When I press start all the pinballs drain out of the machine and don't go into the plunger lane and so it is impossible to play. It's weird! Also Show Boat 1961 Gottlieb does the same thing. I'm running Visual Pinball ver. 8.9506. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
 

magius74

Inserted Coin
Ok Nevermind, I got it figured out. I'm an idiot, I guess on these older pinball tables you have to manually add a ball to the plunger lane. This usually done but pressing the "A" button. I figured I would post my stupidity in case there are any other people out there that are having problems.
 

Furio

Pinball Wizard
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Ok Nevermind, I got it figured out. I'm an idiot, I guess on these older pinball tables you have to manually add a ball to the plunger lane. This usually done but pressing the "A" button. I figured I would post my stupidity in case there are any other people out there that are having problems.

It is not stupidity but a lack of information.
I had the same problem in 2002.
They spent 3 months to resolve.
I thank you for using my table.
I apologize for using the English schematic.
Saluti dall' Italia Furio
 

JonPurpleHaze

Site Nudger
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This usually done but pressing the "A" button. I figured I would post my stupidity in case there are any other people out there that are having problems.
Glad you got the balls launched, just thought I'd add some more info in case others need it, in addition to the "A" button some other Tables use the "L" or "S" buttons.
 
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