Quoted from Captainhook:
What a joke, brand new game and you have to do this to fix it Stern sucks
Not a joke. As others have said, the "fix" isn't unnecessary.
Quoted from Budman:
Snaroff, you have a great collection..... why no BM66 ?
Thanks. I recalling hearing the software wasn't great (so I sat on the sidelines). I was an early adopter of STLE and didn't dig the early software (and sold it soon after). Beautiful game, but all the modes felt the same. Heard the software was eventually improved, but it took awhile.
Now that BM66 software has improved, I'd consider that title.
Actually, I'm pretty disappointed in the Munsters software. Game shoots smooth...love the ramps and artwork, but it's really shallow and not all that interesting to me. As a result, just sold my Munsters Pro...arrived on 2/21 and leaving on 2/27. Last night, the game rebooted with friends and the flippers occasionally go limp. Considering the game has <50 plays, it's disappointing to have glitches like this. Unclear if the problems are software or hardware. If I loved the game more and had more time, I'd work through the issues with Stern.
Unfortunately, I just don't have the time or patience to deal with pinball "bugs" for a game I'm on the fence about. Bye-bye Munsters
Quoted from ASOA:
Can't stand some peoples negativity. Not every game is for every player. We are entitled to our opinions. However these are our opinions and should not be forced upon others. Pinball is a fun Hobby/Sport and should be treated as such. The amount of effort that goes into each and everyone of these games is immense and should be respected.
Happy Flipping people
PS: Munster's is Beautiful. Great work Franchi!!
Sure, but people don't need to be so thin skinned.
Anyone purchasing a game has earned the right to comment on it. I honestly don't know why someone else's opinion (good or bad) makes people so angry. drfrightner did nothing wrong and folks asking him to leave the thread are misguided.
*IF*, someone doesn't own the game (or worse, hasn't even played it much) and trashes it, that's another story entirely.
Quoted from Puffdanny:
My grandpa scoop stopped working right before leaving for work so I only had a few minutes to look at it.I found a green wire hanging and soldered it back on and it still didn't work but after talking to a friend I realized the entire lug fell off and I soldered to the wrong one so I need to order a new one.can someone look up the part number for the switch so I can order it on break?
Why wouldn't you call Stern support? It a new game...they will be happy to send you one!
Quoted from Puffdanny:
I guess I could I just figured I needed some other things and Marcos would be quick but I just got off work early so I will contact stern as suggested.I'm new to nib I'm not used to having support.
Ok, but it makes sense that support is provided on a 5k+ item that was manufactured very recently. True?
The benefit of getting the part from Stern is you are assured to get exactly the right part.
Do what you want certainly, but there is value in making sure Stern is aware of issues like this. If no one ever picks up the phone, Stern assumes there are no issues (so it benefits the community to at least ping Stern and give them an opportunity to help).
Quoted from vireland:
Might be something specific to the LE, but it may also be that the output from your power supply is a tiny bit too low, which causes resets on Spike. Check to make sure you're getting 48v out of the power supply as it heads to the input on the power distribution board.
fwiw, the Midnight Madness reboot happened to me on a Pro.
Quoted from vireland:
I think there was a problem with the Pros rebooting in Midnight Madness and elsewhere before 0.91 was released, but after 0.91 I don't think any Pros have had the issue, thats why I said his may be something specific to the LE or a slightly low power supply output that can be adjusted easily.
My Pro was running 0.91 when it rebooted...
Quoted from Who-Dey:
If its truly a problem its more than weird, its flat out f*cking stupid.
Agreed. It's not a problem on Beatles, since there is no ramp for the ball to strike. Just feels a little clunky sometimes. On Munsters, mine behaves like Vireland's (hits the ramp 30% of the time).
Would love to know the background on something like this. Can't imagine the PF manufacturer would charge by the cutout. Munsters has cutouts on the Dragway ramp.
Shocked that people are finding this game difficult...closing outlanes and drilling new holes...wow.
When compared with other Stern titles, this is one of the more forgiving games I've owned in awhile (with default posts/settings).
Quoted from GamerRick:
Anyone put pinstadium lights in their machine yet? If so how do you like them in this machine? Just put them in my Deadpool and they are really cool.
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