Bell games World Defender help !!

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Bell games World Defender help !!


By cfh

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Does anybody have the software for the bell games world defender pinball? It's a Bally – 35 conversion.
Also need a front and back scan of the backglass. I know, that one's going to be tricky...
Does anyone know what Bally games this was often converted from?
Thanks! (Direct email please)
cfh@provide.net

#2 1 year ago

I know this is a rare machine and probably will be difficult to find, but someone out there much have one. Right???

#3 1 year ago

I was able to download the software from the Internet pinball database. It was in 2764 format, but I broke it into two files. So now I can run the software on a standard Bally –35 board set up with two 2732 EEPROMs. It works!!

now I really need is some good clear large pictures of the back glass. Does anybody have this game? Would really appreciate this. thank you

cfh@provide.net

#4 1 year ago

Another point. In the Internet pinball database ROM file there's a 2764 sound file. What bally sound board would use a 2764? I don't think any, but perhaps a squawk and talk using two 2732's to run this software? Anybody have any ideas here?

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#5 1 year ago

The world defender sound file works in a Bally cheap Squeak sound board. The only difference being the LED boot up flashes are abbreviated. That is there's really only three LED flashes and the LED stays on after boot up with the third flash. The sounds are actually quite good though there is no speech. The good thing about the Bally cheap squeak is that it's plug compatible with all earlier soundboard. So if you're doing a conversion you can plug the cheap squeak directly into games as early as lost world and as late as eight ball deluxe.

#6 1 year ago

All I need now to complete this project is a back glass. If anybody has a backglass or at minimum can take some good Hi-Res pictures, I would be greatly appreciative. Thanks. cfh@provide.net

#7 1 year ago

I don't think you will get much replies in the mail (kinda defeats the idea of a forum)

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#8 1 year ago

I have a Bell Games Sound board (aka Bally Cheap Squeak) if needed.

#9 1 year ago

A regular bally cheap squeak works with their sound ROM, so i'm all set. The only difference i see is there's less power-on LED flashes (compared to Bally cheap squeak firmware.)

what i really need is a backglass! even just hi-res pictures would be fine. no one seems willing to help with that....

4 months later
#10 7 months ago

Help
I'm also trying to repair this pinball (world defender)
I look for files for the two eproms 2732.
You can send me a copy. thank you
paridepontillo@gmail.com

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#11 7 months ago

The EPROM file for the MPU and sound board are on the www.ipdb.org web site. It is formated as a single 2764, but using your eprom programmer, you can break that file into two 2732 eprom files.

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