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Rick & Morty Pinball from Spooky!


By MEuRaH

12 months ago



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#5701 11 months ago
Quoted from BorgDog:

Scott has spoken, RM it shall ever be! well at least from me, I don't know what half the damn things are anyway. In my mind JP is joker poker, but evidently not for most of the rest of you.

Yep, and there are plenty for me as well! Lol

SS is Definately Space Station, not Sharpshooter as people always seem to assume assume

AS is Alien Star, not Aerosmith

SW is Seawitch, Not Stellar Wars

#5702 11 months ago
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#5703 11 months ago
Quoted from BorgDog:

Scott has spoken, RM it shall ever be! well at least from me, I don't know what half the damn things are anyway. In my mind JP is joker poker, but evidently not for most of the rest of you.

Holy shit, I am no dictator... Fuck it, I am going to call it HHP now. HAHA!
--Scott

#5704 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Holy shit, I am no dictator... Fuck it, I am going to call it HHP now. HAHA!
--Scott

You really want to cause chaos don't you!

#5705 11 months ago
Quoted from Zablon:

You really want to cause chaos don't you!

I survive on pinball player's tears. Yes. haha

#5706 11 months ago

HHP it is!!
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#5707 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Holy shit, I am no dictator... Fuck it, I am going to call it HHP now. HAHA!
--Scott

I think that would be hilarious!

After all, there are infinite Rick & Morty abbreviations in infinite realities anyway, so who gives a fuck?!

#5708 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Holy shit, I am no dictator... Fuck it, I am going to call it HHP now. HAHA!
--Scott

RM was too brief anyway ... what happens when American Pinball releases Ravernous Mermaids??

#5709 11 months ago
Quoted from northerndude:

I hereby announce the abbreviation for Rick and Morty to be RM

17 days ago for me, but I like that thenotrashcougar and I think alike.

#5710 11 months ago
Quoted from razorsedge:

RM was too brief anyway ... what happens when American Pinball releases Ravernous Mermaids??

The name is a bit on the nose, but I’d totally buy that.

#5711 11 months ago

I think it should be C137.....obscure, but not quite.

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#5712 11 months ago
Quoted from jonesjb:

Can you share any tidbits on the your 2.0 lock... Something to tide us over for the holiday year end?

Sure!

The locking mechanism is not that complicated. It is a horse shoe loop with 2 drop targets at the openings. There is a center post right int he middle of the horseshoe. There are 2 sets of optos on each side of the mech behind the drop targets and one set of long throw optos in the front of the drop targets and the scoop. The long throw opto set is there to give the software a heads up that there is an incoming ball at high speed. It's actually a super cool assembly that uses all off the shelf parts, which I am a huge fan of. In this configuration, you can load 3 balls into the lock.

The phases of the lock mech can be this:

Open Loop:
Both drop targets down, with no attempt to capture a ball. This will act as a super high speed turn around from both directions.

Ready to capture 1 ball:
When a lock is qualified, the mech will still leave both drop targets down. A ball can be captured by shooting the lock in either direction. This will capture the ball on one side.

1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.

1 Ball in lock, ball 2 lock qualified:
The first locked ball in this case will act as a captive ball and ball 2 can be locked on the opposite side. The drop will be open and ready for the second lock on the opposite side of where ball 1 is captured.

2 balls in lock:
After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me, is that we could allow someone to put a 3rd ball in the lock by hitting one of the locked balls and letting it double stack on the other side with the other ball. Then open up the empty side and ready it for lock 3. This is just an idea at the moment, and not sure if we will use it. This also opens up other cool ways of separating the balls again into a 2 locked scenario.

There are a bunch of possibilities with this thing and we are working hard on making it as fun as possible. Right now, it is very fun to play and has been very reliable. Eric knows his shit. This is just one of the super exciting mechanical aspects of this layout that I love. Well, I hope that was enough for you guys to digest for a while.

--Scott

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#5713 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Sure!
The locking mechanism is not that complicated. It is a horse shoe loop with 2 drop targets at the openings. There is a center post right int he middle of the horseshoe. There are 2 sets of optos on each side of the mech behind the drop targets and one set of long throw optos in the front of the drop targets and the scoop. The long throw opto set is there to give the software a heads up that there is an incoming ball at high speed. It's actually a super cool assembly that uses all off the shelf parts, which I am a huge fan of. In this configuration, you can load 3 balls into the lock.
The phases of the lock mech can be this:
Open Loop:
Both drop targets down, with no attempt to capture a ball. This will act as a super high speed turn around from both directions.
Ready to capture 1 ball:
When a lock is qualified, the mech will still leave both drop targets down. A ball can be captured by shooting the lock in either direction. This will capture the ball on one side.
1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.
1 Ball in lock, ball 2 lock qualified:
The first locked ball in this case will act as a captive ball and ball 2 can be locked on the opposite side. The drop will be open and ready for the second lock on the opposite side of where ball 1 is captured.
2 balls in lock:
After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me, is that we could allow someone to put a 3rd ball in the lock by hitting one of the locked balls and letting it double stack on the other side with the other ball. Then open up the empty side and ready it for lock 3. This is just an idea at the moment, and not sure if we will use it. This also opens up other cool ways of separating the balls again into a 2 locked scenario.
There are a bunch of possibilities with this thing and we are working hard on making it as fun as possible. Right now, it is very fun to play and has been very reliable. Eric knows his shit. This is just one of the super exciting mechanical aspects of this layout that I love. Well, I hope that was enough for you guys to digest for a while.
--Scott

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#5714 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Sure!
The locking mechanism is not that complicated. It is a horse shoe loop with 2 drop targets at the openings. There is a center post right int he middle of the horseshoe. There are 2 sets of optos on each side of the mech behind the drop targets and one set of long throw optos in the front of the drop targets and the scoop. The long throw opto set is there to give the software a heads up that there is an incoming ball at high speed. It's actually a super cool assembly that uses all off the shelf parts, which I am a huge fan of. In this configuration, you can load 3 balls into the lock.
The phases of the lock mech can be this:
Open Loop:
Both drop targets down, with no attempt to capture a ball. This will act as a super high speed turn around from both directions.
Ready to capture 1 ball:
When a lock is qualified, the mech will still leave both drop targets down. A ball can be captured by shooting the lock in either direction. This will capture the ball on one side.
1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.
1 Ball in lock, ball 2 lock qualified:
The first locked ball in this case will act as a captive ball and ball 2 can be locked on the opposite side. The drop will be open and ready for the second lock on the opposite side of where ball 1 is captured.
2 balls in lock:
After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me, is that we could allow someone to put a 3rd ball in the lock by hitting one of the locked balls and letting it double stack on the other side with the other ball. Then open up the empty side and ready it for lock 3. This is just an idea at the moment, and not sure if we will use it. This also opens up other cool ways of separating the balls again into a 2 locked scenario.
There are a bunch of possibilities with this thing and we are working hard on making it as fun as possible. Right now, it is very fun to play and has been very reliable. Eric knows his shit. This is just one of the super exciting mechanical aspects of this layout that I love. Well, I hope that was enough for you guys to digest for a while.
--Scott

Sure beats the pants off a moving projector screen/ramp if you ask me

#5715 11 months ago

Modders are going to have a blast with this game.

#5716 11 months ago
Quoted from tbutler6:

Anyone else thing mirror blades are the way to go on this game with the darker spacey art on the back end? Leaning that way, but the artblades were absolutely the way to go on ACNC IMO

Mirror blades on everything imo.

#5717 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Sure!
The locking mechanism is not that complicated. It is a horse shoe loop with 2 drop targets at the openings. There is a center post right int he middle of the horseshoe. There are 2 sets of optos on each side of the mech behind the drop targets and one set of long throw optos in the front of the drop targets and the scoop. The long throw opto set is there to give the software a heads up that there is an incoming ball at high speed. It's actually a super cool assembly that uses all off the shelf parts, which I am a huge fan of. In this configuration, you can load 3 balls into the lock.
The phases of the lock mech can be this:
Open Loop:
Both drop targets down, with no attempt to capture a ball. This will act as a super high speed turn around from both directions.
Ready to capture 1 ball:
When a lock is qualified, the mech will still leave both drop targets down. A ball can be captured by shooting the lock in either direction. This will capture the ball on one side.
1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.
1 Ball in lock, ball 2 lock qualified:
The first locked ball in this case will act as a captive ball and ball 2 can be locked on the opposite side. The drop will be open and ready for the second lock on the opposite side of where ball 1 is captured.
2 balls in lock:
After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me, is that we could allow someone to put a 3rd ball in the lock by hitting one of the locked balls and letting it double stack on the other side with the other ball. Then open up the empty side and ready it for lock 3. This is just an idea at the moment, and not sure if we will use it. This also opens up other cool ways of separating the balls again into a 2 locked scenario.
There are a bunch of possibilities with this thing and we are working hard on making it as fun as possible. Right now, it is very fun to play and has been very reliable. Eric knows his shit. This is just one of the super exciting mechanical aspects of this layout that I love. Well, I hope that was enough for you guys to digest for a while.
--Scott

Good god I'm in love with the way this man's brain works.

I sense a subtle nod to Jackbot as well, always loved the multiball mech on that game.

#5718 11 months ago
Quoted from Kerry_Richard:

Modders are going to have a blast with this game.

Looking forward to all the mods!

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#5719 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me

When all available balls are locked, we need a 'Where are my Balls, Summer?' Call Out.

Unless you are saving that for the ball Search.

#5720 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Sure!
The locking mechanism is not that complicated. It is a horse shoe loop with 2 drop targets at the openings. There is a center post right int he middle of the horseshoe. There are 2 sets of optos on each side of the mech behind the drop targets and one set of long throw optos in the front of the drop targets and the scoop. The long throw opto set is there to give the software a heads up that there is an incoming ball at high speed. It's actually a super cool assembly that uses all off the shelf parts, which I am a huge fan of. In this configuration, you can load 3 balls into the lock.
The phases of the lock mech can be this:
Open Loop:
Both drop targets down, with no attempt to capture a ball. This will act as a super high speed turn around from both directions.
Ready to capture 1 ball:
When a lock is qualified, the mech will still leave both drop targets down. A ball can be captured by shooting the lock in either direction. This will capture the ball on one side.
1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.
1 Ball in lock, ball 2 lock qualified:
The first locked ball in this case will act as a captive ball and ball 2 can be locked on the opposite side. The drop will be open and ready for the second lock on the opposite side of where ball 1 is captured.
2 balls in lock:
After ball 2 is locked, the balls can act as 2 separate captive balls in 2 separate locks by the up post keeping them separate. Another thing I was thinking about, but is going to make Eric kill me, is that we could allow someone to put a 3rd ball in the lock by hitting one of the locked balls and letting it double stack on the other side with the other ball. Then open up the empty side and ready it for lock 3. This is just an idea at the moment, and not sure if we will use it. This also opens up other cool ways of separating the balls again into a 2 locked scenario.
There are a bunch of possibilities with this thing and we are working hard on making it as fun as possible. Right now, it is very fun to play and has been very reliable. Eric knows his shit. This is just one of the super exciting mechanical aspects of this layout that I love. Well, I hope that was enough for you guys to digest for a while.
--Scott

Danesi Lock 2.0 > mini projector screen on MM/AFM retheme

#5721 11 months ago

The more I think about this, I still agree that I think the player should be Jerry. Quick, rewrite your code. That was the early buyer bonus right? We all get custom coded rulesets??

#5722 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

The phases of the lock mech can be this:

but their R no toyz!

#5723 11 months ago
Quoted from Zablon:

How great is it that the biggest issue we face going into 2020 is trying to figure out what acronyms to use for a Rick and Morty and Stranger Things pin?

First World Problems.

FWP?

#5724 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

Sure!
1 ball in lock, but number 2 not qualified:
This is a cool situation, both drop targets will be up in this case and will allow you to transfer the ball from one side to another, or use it as a captive ball by putting center post up.

This mech sounds so clever and versatile - with so many combinations of software and elements of the lock.

For example, it could even be used in a mode as a two ball multiball mode, where you after locking the first ball and it's in the state above (center post down), you have to hit the ball to transfer the ball to the other side, and then automatically open the second drop (releasing it into play). Hitting shots to prime your score prior to releasing the ball and starting 2 ball multiball could increase the value of two ball jackpot shots.

#5725 11 months ago

No build numbers yet from Joe at pinball star right?

#5726 11 months ago

I figure "Ball Fondlers" has to be an adventure, right? Goes great with pinball.

#5727 11 months ago

'Downbeat' or at least some of the Downbeat related quotes will fit in there, perfectly.

"How do you win this fucking game!?"

#5728 11 months ago
Quoted from jonesjb:

This mech sounds so clever and versatile - with so many combinations of software and elements of the lock.
For example, it could even be used in a mode as a two ball multiball mode, where you after locking the first ball and it's in the state above (center post down), you have to hit the ball to transfer the ball to the other side, and then open the second drop (releasing it into play). Hitting shots to prime your score prior to releasing the ball and starting 2 ball multiball could increase the value of two ball jackpot shots.

Quoted from RC_like_the_cola:

I figure "Ball Fondlers" has to be an adventure, right? Goes great with pinball.

These ideas would go great together!

#5729 11 months ago
Quoted from ATLpb:

No build numbers yet from Joe at pinball star right?

Nothing yet.

#5730 11 months ago

BSEs (103)
----- 051-059 pinball star
----- 082 nitro
----- 083 nitro
----- 084 nitro
----- 111
——- 114
----- 115
----- 118
1790 120
1791 121
1792 122
1794 123
1802 128
1804 130
1805 131
1808 133
1809 134
1812 ---
1816 141
1818 143
----- 146
----- 148
----- 170
----- 186
----- 253
----- 255
1823 258
1824 259
1827 262
1832 267
----- 270
1839 273
1841 274
1849 282
1853 284
1855 286
1856 287
1859 294
1860 295
1862 297
----- 303
——- 317 kingpin
——- 332
----- 351
1867 355
1869 357
1873 360
1875 362
1882 369
1886 373
1887 374
1890 376
1893 379
1894 380
----- 376
1900 386
1906 390
1910 393
1912 395
1917 399
----- 420
----- 422
1931 413
----- 414
1940 423
1944 427
1946 429
1956 435
1959 438
----- 440
1977 476
1980 457
----- 459
1982 458
1986 461
1988 463
2010 483
2012 484
2018 488
----- 493
2034 498
——- 551 nitro
----- 576 lockwhenlit
2041 653
2046 658
2048 660
2057 666
2065 670
2091 683
2099 689
2107 695
2121 705
2127 709
2128 710
----- 711
charity 750
STANDARDS (14)
1793 712
1815 717
----- 719
----- 721
1847 722
——- 724
1870 725
1908 727
----- 733
1981 736
----- 737
2000 739
----- 740
2075 749

#5731 11 months ago

Just saw this on reddit. Bought at game stop.

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#5732 11 months ago

I really hope I get to play Roy in this game.

#5733 11 months ago

There is a ton of creativity in this game using current components. That is so cool to me. Scott has a way with creating mechs that seem new and function in a manner that is new but are recycled. I love that. Great job!

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#5734 11 months ago
Quoted from TheNoTrashCougar:

I vote RM since R&M does not work well on the site. RAM is just weird looking. haha
EDIT: RM is also better for searching than RAM.

Ampersand quoting issue should be fixed now!

#5735 11 months ago

R&M it is! '

That is good, because I was going to start using lllMB
'lick lick lick my balls'

#5736 11 months ago

Unless Hotwheels is a working title for Ravernous Mermaids, RM is simple!

#5737 11 months ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

R&M it is! '
That is good, because I was going to start using lllMB
'lick lick lick my balls'

Test, Test, Test.

Yep, it's fixed. Awesome work robin. Giving the people what they want, as always.

#5738 11 months ago
Quoted from jahbarron:BSEs (96)
----- 051-059 pinball star
----- 082 nitro
----- 083 nitro
----- 084 nitro
----- 111
——- 114
----- 115
----- 118
1790 120
1791 121
1792 122
1794 123
1802 128
1804 130
1805 131
1809 134
1812 ---
1816 141
1818 143
----- 146
----- 148
----- 170
----- 186
----- 253
----- 255
1823 258
1824 259
1827 262
----- 270
1839 273
1841 274
1849 282
1853 284
1855 286
1856 287
1859 294
1860 295
1862 297
----- 303
——- 317 kingpin
----- 351
1867 355
1869 357
1873 360
1875 362
1882 369
1886 373
1887 374
1893 379
1894 380
----- 376
1900 386
1906 390
1910 393
1912 395
1917 399
----- 420
----- 422
1931 413
----- 414
1940 423
1944 427
1946 429
1956 435
1959 438
----- 440
1977 476
1980 457
----- 459
1982 458
1986 461
2010 483
2012 484
2018 488
----- 493
2034 498
----- 576 lockwhenlit
2041 653
2046 658
2057 666
2065 670
2091 683
2099 689
2107 695
2121 705
2127 709
2128 710
----- 711
charity 750
STANDARDS (14)
1793 712
1815 717
----- 719
----- 721
1847 722
——- 724
1870 725
1908 727
----- 733
1981 736
----- 737
2000 739
----- 740
2075 749

jahbarron , what’s the four digit number signify?

#5739 11 months ago
Quoted from Toucanf16:

jahbarron , what’s the four digit number signify?

Order numbers

#5740 11 months ago
Quoted from Toucanf16:

jahbarron , what’s the four digit number signify?

Order number from spooky.

Edit: Darn, gotten beaten to the punch.

#5741 11 months ago
Quoted from MEuRaH:

Order numbers

Quoted from Oaken:

Order number from spooky.

Thx. My distributor told me I’m #332, but I was never issued a Spooky order number.
Just happy to be in the list!

#5742 11 months ago

So when are the first games being released? Sorry not really been following this thread.

#5743 11 months ago

Yup I am #551 from Nitro. Killer theme for my teenage boys, maybe this game will get their lazy asses off video games and to playing more pinball.

#5744 11 months ago
Quoted from Skyemont:

So when are the first games being released? Sorry not really been following this thread.

Production to begin the Monday after the holidays, according to post 4801.

Also, here is a list of delivery estimates: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/rick-amp-morty-pinball-from-spooky/page/102#post-5365219

#5745 11 months ago
Quoted from MEuRaH:

Production to begin the Monday after the holidays, according to post 4801.
Also, here is a list of delivery estimates: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/rick-amp-morty-pinball-from-spooky/page/102#post-5365219

Thanks for that. So 10 built per week. Not bad. I do see some of the later guys who got in are pushing about 1 1/2 years. YIKES!

#5746 11 months ago
Quoted from newovad:

Test, Test, Test.
Yep, it's fixed. Awesome work robin. Giving the people what they want, as always.

Speaking of which shouldn’t there just be one designation for the pin in the database. And why doesn’t BSE have a picture? Also comic SW icon has no picture, whoever’s putting these in the database should add the pictures.

#5747 11 months ago

I've had a BSE spot in the early 600s open up. If anyone that hasn't gotten a game would like one, email me.

Please email me direct... LockWhenLit@gmail.com

--
Rob Anthony
Pinball Classics
http://LockWhenLit.com
Quality Board Work - In Home Service
borygard at gmail dot com

#5748 11 months ago
Quoted from robin:

Ampersand quoting issue should be fixed now!

Thanks, Robin! That was fast, I just sent the PM last night! Wish I, or anyone else, had told you about the bug weeks ago, rather than going around and around about it here!

#5749 11 months ago

So it's settled? R&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&M?

#5750 11 months ago

Feels like R&M pinball has left the station and it is moving. The first mile of track is in operation. Beyond that, new track is being engineered, surveyed and installed as fast as possible. I am fine with this approach.

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