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Zorgar on 2016-02-12
Table version : 1.6

Nice zippers. Haven't seen the balligator yet.

LadyScarlett01 on 2015-10-25
Table version : 1.6

merci bien.

TT11 on 2015-10-16
Table version : 1.6

Just discoverred this GEM of a table.  EXCELLENT play/look/physics.  All round excellence!

zedster on 2015-05-23
Table version : 1.6

Dear Franz Leo..

 

Yeap, dunno what was up with my settings in FP, but I reset them to medium (default) and all seems to be good with the table now.

 

Thanking you for one more great (and now playable) EM addition to our collection of FP tables.

 

PS. IS ANYone up to the challenge of recreating Williams' (Crazy Bob's) Junkyard or Williams' Red n Ted's Roadshow for FP, pretty please?

 

Best regards,

Al & Family

 

facebook.com/al.gray.127

New *friends* are always encouraged and welcome =o)

 

Gimli on 2015-05-21
Table version : 1.6

Cool

jef09 on 2015-05-20
Table version : 1.6

Playing these type of tables in FP is just incredible.

Thanks to the fantastic five who have made this possible.

pinballshawn on 2015-05-20
Table version : 1.6

This is a superb release! Feels just like the real deal. The zipper flippers are incredible, great team effort guys!

franzleo on 2015-05-19
Table version : 1.6

Dear Zedster you can make a screen of the exact place and send on the tread. so other people can confront the problem?

Thanks

 

Crazy Bonus on 2015-05-18
Table version : 1.6

Happy days Wink

hauntfreaks on 2015-05-17
Table version : 1.6

all you guys knocked this one out of the park!!...
this was a ground breaking project in so many ways, from zipper flippers to the BallaGator, and couldn't have more historic value... again I cant thank everyone enough!!!
i'm proud to have been a minor part... 

Cab owners if you want to assign the BallaGator to a certain button search "Gator" in the script 

fuzzi23 on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

Thank you so much! You guys are amazing!

rjx2 on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

Marvelous table and great sound

wild on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

thanks a lot for this great table,to everyone.

momoch on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

A very beautiful and successful recreation with a innovation in FP ("Zipper flippers"). Congratulations and many thanks to all four !

toniporta on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

 

  thank you very much to all the staff,a brilliant tableCool

BIL on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

Beautiful recreation the"zipper flippers" is great ! Smile
Thank you very much to all four Wink

ghostmachine on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

wow. lots of new tables. cool looking game. Ok just played it, and it plays great, also like the gameroom. I feel like the Fonz. Cool

police99 on 2015-05-16
Table version : 1.6

Merci! beau décor (great gameroom).

Table detail

Nip-It ( Bally 1972) 1.6 stats

byfranzleo homepage , Gimli, hauntfreaks, monnezzas, skinooe
at2015-05-16
TypeRecreation (real pinball)
ManufacturerBally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983)
TradenameBally
Date1973
IPDB Number1680
Tags

I finally published the table of PinSimDB. For the first time in FP were created "Zipper-Flippers" .To understand, they are those that until now were replaced by "Popups". It was a difficult birth. At first it seemed an impossibility, then I decided to make the Flippers-toy and I made see them on the tread , creating the illusion of operation. Skinooe began an extensive correspondence with me. Whenever there was something wrong. But they added, gradually, small blocks for the final building.

Meanwhile Monnezzas sent me his solution. It was almost perfect and running, but presented problems in the side "Outlanes" during the exit of the balls, but were resolved later. This was the system that had adopted.

Skinooe however, that proved to be a stubborn person, he kept sending new solutions. I continued to respond to him (without believing much) with new pinballs Zed on request. But still not getting a decent solution. Then one day in the discussion Gimli proposed an interesting modification. Now suddenly the project worked. Little tweaks and we got to the current version.

Now the question was: which solution to choose . Given that neither is perfect, I am not in a position to choose. Sorry also because the work of the two boys should be appreciated.  So I decided to publish the 2 solutions, allowing users the choice. There are small differences that not everyone will notice, but maybe they can be appreciated by others and especially by the creators of tables.

The most obvious difference is that the Zipper of Monnezzas move in a more soft, while those of Skinooe are more nerve.

A big thanks goes to Gimli for all the additions made in testing (really a lot).

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