(Topic ID: 184352)

The Walking Dead is now The 80s Are Dead! With Video!


By TiltDis

2 years ago



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  • Latest reply 2 years ago by TiltDis
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#1 2 years ago

A couple months ago I saw mcsirtuna streaming a TWD with custom music. I was so inspired as it made the game look refreshed and the pin was imagined in a new way. With the help of the pinball browser software created by user oga83 as well as tips for tuna. I was able to put my own songs into my dad's TWD pro. After thinking and some tweaks, I came up with a list of songs (listed below) from the 80s to incorporate in the game. I have played the machine over a hundred times now, on my own and sharing the fun experience with friends. I just wanted to post it here to share how easy, fun, and awesome of a time I had! It has brought new life to an already awesome game! I may post some gameplay footage after TPF, if y'all are interested. Thanks.

LIST OF SONGS IMPLEMENTED IN MY TWD PRO:

Shooter groove- The Stroke by Billy Squier
During game- Livin on a Prayer by Bon Jovi
During game 2- Africa by Toto
Match- Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley
Game Over/Horde- Another One Bites the Dust by Queen
High Score- Take On Me by A-Ha
Barn- Tom Sawyer by Rush
CDC- Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top
Riot- Panama by Van Halen
Tunnel- Urgent by Foreigner
Arena- I Ran...(So Far Away) by Flock Of Seagulls
Blood Bath- Who Can It be Now? by Men at Work
Prison- Centerfold by J. Geils Band
Prison During Multi- Rock you Like a Hurricane by Scorpions
Well- Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses
Well During Multi- Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard
Woodbury- Final Countdown by Europe
Crossbow- I Wanna Rock by Twisted Sister
Bicycle Girl- Girls, Girls, Girls by Motley Crue
End of Ball Bonus- Eye of the Tiger by Survivor

#2 2 years ago

Wow i want this in my game , but Never gonna give you up , no way lollll

#3 2 years ago

Awesome list. Glad to have inspired this to happen. It was certainly a fun thing to do as well as enjoy. Funny how just swapping out the music can revitalize a game for you.

#4 2 years ago

+1 for footage!

I was watching Elwin's StarTrek session in his channel when I think steve miller came on. Then i noticed he had a couple different songs... awesome!

If i ever get a ST, Im definitely loading up Sabotage

#5 2 years ago

I can't believe you rick roll them for a match. :p

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#6 2 years ago

A buddy was able to record a long gameplay video of me playing TWD. It does not show everything, but a lot of songs are shown in the video and I got a high score. So watch til the end! Thanks!

#7 2 years ago
Quoted from TiltDis:

A buddy was able to record a long gameplay video of me playing TWD. It does not show everything, but a lot of songs are shown in the video and I got a high score. So watch til the end! Thanks!
» YouTube video

Man you really give those flipper buttons hell every time! Looks exhausting.

#8 2 years ago

Sounds awesome. Can a Grateful Walking Dead be on the horizon? Might have to make that one myself...

#9 2 years ago

It is something to leave the house one day with a 'regular' TWD Pro machine, no mods, upgrades, or such. And come back the next day when you start up a game and hear Billy Squier! I will say I've heard a number of songs go through the machine now, but I am still not sure what I like best...

Brad/Dad

#10 2 years ago

I would put this on my premium if there was any way of doing it on a memory stick. Guessing it is hard as hell to do?

Would like to do a 70's version but have zip, zero experience of anything like this.

#11 2 years ago
Quoted from Shapeshifter:

I would put this on my premium if there was any way of doing it on a memory stick. Guessing it is hard as hell to do?
Would like to do a 70's version but have zip, zero experience of anything like this.

It is not that hard with the pinball browser software (after a $20 PayPal donation), it is pretty much drag and dropping your music in. I had to up the music each 5dbs and then in pinball browser increased the sound to 150-200%. Overall it took time, but not too much and was well worth it!

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