(Topic ID: 153456)

Swords of Fury Fix Up & Modding Tips

By calico1997

4 years ago

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  • 61 posts
  • 18 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 2 years ago by Leftshoe
  • Topic is favorited by 30 Pinsiders


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#51 4 years ago

WOW. If my SOF looked that nice I woulda never sold it.

2 weeks later
#52 4 years ago

My original Swords of Fury translite is up for auction on ebay if anyone is interested:

ebay.com link » Swords Of Fury Pinball Translite Backglass Image Williams

See the ebay link for all details. Thanks.




#53 4 years ago

Gotta calm down abit with the LED's bro, looks like Lionman was caught in a nuclear explosion

#54 4 years ago
Quoted from Luzur:

Gotta calm down abit with the LED's bro, looks like Lionman was caught in a nuclear explosion

LED's don't photograph well, I bet that lighting looks real nice in person. Incondescent bulbs is what ruins most of these translights over the years "bro"!

#55 4 years ago

It's the camera making it look weird. Best way to photo it would be with machine off.

#56 4 years ago

This game looks great! Nice job! SOF is just a fun game period.

#57 4 years ago

Wow you did a great job on this calico. If your still looking for mods for your game may I suggest my LED Leg Light-Ups. They come in red, blue, purple, green, white and amber. They along with beatmasters shooter housing light up will really wake up the front of your cab with light.

#58 4 years ago


#59 4 years ago

The original Lion Man of pinball!

#60 4 years ago

This is wonderful documentation. Thanks for sharing. Now I have to step up the status of my machine starting with that awesome Lion Man action figure. Amazon should pay you commission.

1 year later
#61 2 years ago

Any chance you saved the file for printing this decal?


Quoted from calico1997:

It took a couple long days of working on this. I then sized it correctly and printed it on high quality paper to adjust colors. The trick was to get the colors to match the game..basically add a little yellow hue to make it look slightly old, but not crappy. I'm not artist and no Photoshop expert, but I'm pleased with the results.

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