Quoted from Aurich:
Guys, it's no big deal. There's no way to predict me waking up in CA to post some images vs someone taking a pic of a flyer at a show across the ocean. It happens, I don't care, we're just having some fun together looking at things.
It's just the bare playfield. It's going to look pretty different populated and lit up, so no reason to get too picky about how it's presented now.
So moving on, let's take a look at the mode inserts.
As was correctly guessed earlier there are 3 branches, all laid out with the motion tracker layout. We're going to use the RGB LEDs to do a blue "pulse" through the inserts to simulate the tracking, maybe just for the attract mode or something, should be cool looking.
Each branch has 4 modes or multiballs, and then a wizard mode. You pick your film to start the game, and then you need to finish the 4 modes for that film (just start them, not complete) and the wizard mode before you can move on to the other film.
Some things will stack, but this isn't a big stacking game, the modes are about atmosphere and the film, so they won't all jumble together.
The Weyland Yutani inserts are the inlanes, and you need to light both to qualify the mode shot.
It's an updated Space Invaders