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Frolics (BINGO) by Bally, 1952 for VP 9.2.1 r866+ Desktop
« on: February 26, 2014, 03:12:16 PM »
Frolics (BINGO) by Bally, 1952 for VP 9.2.1 r866+ Desktop




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Re: Frolics (BINGO) by Bally, 1952 for VP 9.2.1 r866+
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2014, 05:48:15 PM »
This looks REALLY good. Nice work!
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Re: Frolics (BINGO) by Bally, 1952 for VP 9.2.1 r866+
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2014, 01:55:00 AM »
This looks REALLY good. Nice work!

Thanks Tim! Hope every1 likes it. I think Bally would be proud.  :Hi:

It is funny; I haven't put this much work into a table for a long time! Same goes for making a bingo again that has some wicked rules. I think this is what puts off most authors is because of the rules and the script they have to juggle around to work. The lights are no exception either. I think the longest thing I worked on was the spring that stretches all around the playfield. I drew that all by hand so it looked brand new; unlike the one on Broadway 51. I may update Broadway 51 as of yet with even better graphics :)

The other thing is a "top down" approach for game play is the best for these amazing machines. I think Bally was one of the FINEST companies in the world when it came to game play as well as machine art. Almost every other company TRIED to imitate their bingos but they ALL FAILED.

I must admit; I LOVE Broadway 51 AND Frolics. Wait till you see Bally Beauty.  :Excellent: It's next in line along with Bright Lights and Yacht Club. I also have a few flipperless that I've redrawn by hand waiting for me to release them but they need some work.

If there are any other bingos ANYONE would like to see, don't hesitate to ask. IF I can script them. Some of these little stinkers are hell!
« Last Edit: February 27, 2014, 02:15:45 AM by Druadic »
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