This is a great thread. Thanks for starting this Will.
I may be looking to move my super minty mint modded to hell LOTR.
You know how some pins just don't do it for you, regardless of how great they play? I think LOTR is one of them. I know it's strange considering I'm such a fan and named my daughter Galadriel.
I'm on the fence but swaying towards moving it to make room for something else.
Quoted from Zdoor:
Refinery Edition TWD Pro. Just finished. Features upgraded powdered armor with button guard siderails in metallic blood red. Matching powdered coin door with chrome bezels. Chrome ball shooter and housing. all polished chrome hardware. Shaker motor. Translucent red apron with interactive lighting effects. GI redone in warm white, red mix. Interactive backbox, undercab and speaker lighting. Lighting effects at Woodbury, left bicycle girl ramp and Well walker at base and on figure. Custom painted well walker. Pinblade graffix installed. All refinery games are dialed in, play tested and perfect.A few pics below. Call me for Pricing
I want that Walking Dead... So pretty...
Quoted from RobertWinter:
Sadly, I've listed my Whoa Nellie in the Marketplace.
What was the production run on this machine? I can't find it on IPDB.
Anyone here have any of those Pinsound boards? I was thinking about toying with my Creech. Would love to see what some real audio would sound like in comparison to the MIDI music. I searched the forum and didn't come up with anything and I did a search on YouTube. I found a TFTC clip but nothing with Creech.
Quoted from FlippyD:
Pinsound is AWESOME! However there is a big issue trying to find good content for it. If you are willing to do the work getting your own sound files and music together it is very rewarding.
One of the coolest features isn't just that you can replace sounds and music, but you can create more randomness and variety as well. A Jackpot callout could have 10 different versions. You could have the normal multiball music but 20% of the time a well known pop song or rock song plays instead. It's pretty unlimited based on your own creativity. However it's very limited if you're depending on the community output. Apparently there will be more sound packs for more games in the future but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for them.
Thank you for the info! I'd be willing to put some work into this. I'm going to dig a bit deeper. Thank you!
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