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TFTC OWNERS: "Fang Club" - "The MORGUE, the merrier!"


By E_N_3

6 years ago



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#1026 5 years ago

Anyone overwhelmed by the flashing when multi-ball is ready (and a few other times I think)?

My TFTC is loaded with bright LEDs which are fine normally but when that steady flashing starts it's way overkill/headache inducing unless the room lights are maxed out. I changed adjustment 35/flash lamps to off and it still happens.

Any way to reduce the flashing overkill or do I just need to start pulling bulbs?

#1031 5 years ago

Huge thanks to you both, we will definitely put both of those suggestions to work. Great to know there's an easy fix and we're not the only ones driven crazy by it. Fangs for the help!

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#1173 5 years ago
Quoted from AndHart120:

Here you go. Second plug from the top on the right. Unplug this and you eliminate the headaches of flashing GI.

Doing this has easily increased my enjoyment of TFTC by 51.372%. I rarely would play more than a 2 games in a row since it was so overwhelming but now I can play it much morgue. Fangs!

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#1446 5 years ago

Anyone with the fingers for the flippers have suggestions on how to attach them? I'd like to make it removable (mainly in case I mess it up) but am not sure what would be strong enough.

#1448 5 years ago

thanks, I'll give it a try

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#1756 4 years ago

4.0 installed!
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I just installed it tonight so haven't had a chance to see many features. First thing I noticed (though didn't find it in the docs so hope I'm correct that it's new) was the Crypt Jam flasher going off on a ramp shot. Very nice & subtle indicator on a rarely used flasher .

Huge thanks to Chad of course. If you're using this code, remember to donate something to the cause on his PayPal link. http://www.pinballcode.com/

Great thanks to John Wart (johnwartjr) for the ROMs. Perfect, fast and overly affordable service. I wouldn't have the update without him.

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