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No HUD and no High Score. That's what a call a lack. Nice to have this table done.
A wonderful debut! Hope you'll continue with some other pinballs from the late seventies!
Sorry msmemo I just don't like entering high scores.You can add the code yourself if you want to, just copy and paste from another game. Or you can be authentic and just write it down on scratch paper like we did in 1976..lol
HOW DIFFICULT WOULD IT BE TO ENABLE THE HIGH SCORE TO DATE FEATURE ???????
Very nice indeed. Thank you.
Excellent job ... a nice and great recreation.
Thanks a lot
Great job! love the play and artwork..
My one gripe is the original table using electric blue on the top apron, it detracts my eye while playing - using my art degre and 26 yrs of sw and db development,, I found a low intensity green to match the playfield looked best w this one.. sometimes the original designers could have made better choices (plus the photos could be modified ones?), and may have wanted a different color themselves (maybe $$ made the decisionk there was lots of blue metal leftover in the factory - believe me, it happens, I'be been there!
Keep the classics coming! these are great tables, I grew up playing them and will play them until I die!!
-- the JMAN
Thank you!Love 70's tables!
Great! Love these old Tables!
Played this as a teenager in the 70's, nice to finally see it here. Had to go in the editor and make the flippers medium cause they were too big. A little more work including being able to enter high scores and this will be a very nice machine. Appreciate the effort, keep going, THANKS.
Very good, go on, thank you.
This is my first attempt at table building. B key look at back box ( or TAB )P key look at play field Final version Hope you like it..
It is unethical and ILLEGAL to include my Future Pinball tables in any commercial product!