(Topic ID: 252126)

Elvira's House of Horrors - The Owner's Club


By RobertWinter

4 months ago



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“Do you currently own other Elvira machines?”

  • This is my frst Elvira machine 71 votes
    48%
  • Also own Elvira and the Party Monsters 14 votes
    9%
  • Also own Scared Stiff 40 votes
    27%
  • I own all three now! 23 votes
    16%

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#561 80 days ago
Quoted from GamerRick:

I’m not having this issue but close. My cellar ramp always hits the right gargoyle and raises the gargoyle. I’m worried that puts too much stress on the motor. I’ve attempted to move and adjust the gargoyle underneath and there’s just no play in the screw holes. It is impossible to move it out of the way it seems without drilling new holes. I am definitely worried about drilling new holes and screwing it up. Has anyone else figured out how to move the gargoyle out of the way? From the posts I’ve seen it seems like most of the problems are with the right gargoyle not the left one.

I've seen several people post about the ramp hitting the right gargoyle. I didn't design it that way but I wouldn't worry about it stressing the motor, the gargoyle is very light. However, if it causes the ramp to hang up then that's a problem. I won't get my game for a while, but I will probably trim the ramp so it misses the gargoyle.

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#708 70 days ago

Stern asked me to remove my topper idea. There were similarities to what they were planning.

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