Quoted from PinMonk:
Yeah, the facial expressions are a problem. [quoted image]
This might be a bad one for ball locks, but might make a great snippet for alternate ball save, or slam save "We almost died!" " I was not in control of that situation".
Is there a trick to safely remove the backglass? I'm not new to pinball, and I did remove the glass to update the software, but I also almost lost it, holding it to the top of the backbox while the speaker panel was moved down. I was not able to lift it up and out, as in my other games.
Thanks. I think the answer I'm getting is that I don't need to remove the backglass at all. I should leave it alone. I thought if I opened the speaker panel, it would just kind of fall down on its own.
Quoted from Zablon:
Can anyone explain how the diverter works? Should it be open or closed normally. I hear it move when the ball hits the right switch, but most of the time unless the ball is screaming it comes down the orbit, but I've also had it go to the garage when the portal isn't on.
+1 Would like to know as well, but mine also hits something. I hear a "thunk". (I guess this might be the diverter, but the portal is on)
So I'll have to check it out.
Quoted from BeeGeeMtl:
I finally made peace with the fact that I will likely never perfect the top right-flipper garage shot, as much as we tinker with it, so I've let that go, but most recently whenever I try to reach the garage/dimension start via the right orbit (especially when I'm whipping a fast shot that way), it will "get stuck" right before it gets behind the house and ends up trinkling back down, via the right orbit. Feels like it hits something?
Does this happen to anyone else and what is the solution?
I tweaked my game all last weekend and found the absolute best tweak was adjusting the upper right rail to be flush with the flipper. I couldn't hit the spinner before this tweak and now it's like a whole new game. It's amazing what a few mm makes. As for the right garage shot, your ball is probably hitting the diverter screws. I have the same issue. It needs to be a strong shot. I'm not sure what you can do about the screws. : /
I'm amazed of all the mode suggestions I've heard, no one has mentioned a death crystal mode from season 4.
Might make an amazing "Morty's choice". The death crystals are all over this game, even a death crystal flasher.
You have to remove both ramps, and then there are 2 screws holding it to the back board by the base of the house.
There is also a clear deflector over the house.
Quoted from orlandu81:
ello everyone! I received my PBL wireform upgrade today but just wanted to confirm what the hardware pieces are used for before I install the new one from anyone who has installed theirs already. The original came out easy…the one screw on top. I imagine the washers and nuts will go on the ends of the new wire form but what of the extra two different sized screws and this plastic piece?
I used the "top hat" to secure the new purple wireform. I think it is impossible to get a screwdriver in there otherwise. Nuts secure the game from the botton. I think the other screw can be used to fill the original hole, since you need a new one for the new wireform.
I tried that as well at first, but I just couldn't get my screwdriver low enough to secure the screw. If it works it works. I had no instructions either.
Quoted from DruTheFu:
Additional playable Mortys?
Additional Inter-dimensional Cable Shows?
I'd consider it complete, and anything new would be a nice bonus. They are likely putting forth most of their effort on Halloween/Kaiju.
They are not going to announce anything until it is approved and ready for distribution.
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