What did Santa bring you for Christmas? (Pin, arcade, gameroom related)

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What did Santa bring you for Christmas? (Pin, arcade, gameroom related)


By arcademojo

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    #101 3 years ago
    Quoted from FrostyMug:

    For me its not what Santa brought, it is what he did not bring. I lost two brothers and one sister at xmas time 46-48 years ago. I have been an only child since. Then mom took her life at the holiday in 1998...dad same thing but in 2000. Each xmas I just pray I do not lose anyone. I am 52 and thank goodness I have my wife of 26 years and three healthy children...or I would have no family at the holiday season. I know some people do not even have what I have. I feel so bad for them. It has to be so so so lonely. My wife and I volunteer every day ( non holiday season once a month) at the homeless shelters here St. Petersburg. Most of these poor souls have family out there..but for a variety of reasons, the have been disowned. It is sad.
    I wish everyone a safe holiday season...cherish ever day what you have. If you have siblings and parents, try not to argue or be distant. It just is not worth it! Others would love to have what you have but never will

    Truly a sad story. I share your pain for the holidays. My great-grandfather passed away Christmas morning 1970 and my father passed away Dec. 14th around 11:00 pm on my 32nd birthday. Time heals, and as time goes on we become the dads, moms, grandparents and so on. Make the best of it and live on through our children.

    Peace be with you and your family.

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    #102 3 years ago

    New old stock Madam X fortune teller napkin holder from the 1950's.

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    #103 3 years ago
    Quoted from Fast-Ed:

    Wow were did you get that qbert marquee ?

    I have one of those brand new if anyone is interested.

    #104 3 years ago

    Santa brought a WOZ and a Mad Planets. He just delivered them a month ago. Guess they wouldn't fit in the sleigh....

    #105 3 years ago

    Santa brought me 24 for Christmas. Well, really it was BillyD so I guess he would be my Pinball Santa this year. Thank you Billy!

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    #106 3 years ago

    This might come as a shock to those of you who view me as a royal douchebag, but I didn't get much of anything. At my age (51), Christmas has become all about other people--and more specifically, the kids and grandkids in our family. So here's what I did for Christmas...and I completely left my granddaughter believing 100% in Santa.

    And that was the greatest gift I got this Christmas.

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    #107 3 years ago
    Quoted from beelzeboob:

    This might come as a shock to those of you who view me as a royal douchebag, but I didn't get much of anything. At my age (51), Christmas has become all about other people--and more specifically, the kids and grandkids in our family. So here's what I did for Christmas...and I completely left my granddaughter believing 100% in Santa.
    And that was the greatest gift I got this Christmas.

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    Looks like she's already reaching out for a pinball machine too.
    PS. I;m sure only your mother-in-law thinks your a douchebag.

    #108 3 years ago
    Quoted from beelzeboob:

    I completely left my granddaughter believing 100% in Santa.

    Hey, you really do fit that suit!

    #109 3 years ago
    Quoted from beelzeboob:

    This might come as a shock to those of you who view me as a royal douchebag

    Who said you were royal?

    #110 3 years ago

    Merry Christmas Boob!

    Its not what we get, its all we share our love with with!

    Nothing better then the look on her face!

    Art

    #111 3 years ago

    No pinball for me this Christmas, but I did get to be with my family. It has been great.

    I'm at a stinky old warehouse now that smells like urine. It's been re-themed into a skate park and I'm wkth my son who's having the time of his life.

    I get to make memories with my son and read Pinside. Win-Win.

    #112 3 years ago

    Got a Pittsburgh automotive lift cart. Looks like I won't have to modify the handle on this badboy. Awesome!!image_(resized).jpeg

    #113 3 years ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    PS. I;m sure only your mother-in-law thinks your a douchebag.

    Nope...there's quite a list.

    #114 3 years ago
    Quoted from chuckwurt:

    Got a Pittsburgh automotive lift cart. Looks like I won't have to modify the handle on this badboy. Awesome!!image_(resized).jpeg

    I bought the same one a few weeks back and even though the pic showed handle bent, mine was straight. Hope yours is right! It's quite handy regardless though.

    #115 3 years ago
    Quoted from Leechman:

    I bought the same one a few weeks back and even though the pic showed handle bent, mine was straight. Hope yours is right! It's quite handy regardless though.

    Yeah. No worries. The modification is very easy regardless.

    #116 3 years ago
    Quoted from chuckwurt:

    Got a Pittsburgh automotive lift cart. Looks like I won't have to modify the handle on this badboy. Awesome!!image_(resized).jpeg

    Bought my son a couple of "Pittsburgh" automotive products last week; a transmission jack and their engine support bar. They were for Christmas but I gave them to him a few days early as he had some work to do on his TT. He R&R'd the transmission to replace the clutch himself as I was out of town. I just helped him with some bushings on the hydraulic press and bleeding the clutch lines as the pressure bleeder we have does not pump up to a high enough pressure to push the piston back in the pedal master cylinder.

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    #117 3 years ago

    This year, I received the best gift of all - I discovered the true meaning of Christmas. Allow me to explain...

    At first, I was a bit frustrated about all of the commercialism surrounding the holiday. It appeared the holidays turned into nothing more than a quick cash grab. For example, my dog entered a Christmas decorating context and won a sizable cash prize. (beagles are known for their decorating skills, btw) Then my younger sister wrote a letter to Santa only asking for cash! (tens & twenties mostly) Good grief... Then, an on-and-off again friend of mine thought it a good idea for me to direct the school Christmas play - she thought that I may change my mind regarding the holidays if I had more community involvement. She dabbles in psychiatry, so I agreed. Well, it ended up that my classmates first made fun of me, mocked me and/or flat-out ignored me!

    I figured that maybe I could get their attention if I made the stage more festive, so I went out in search of the perfect Christmas tree. I took a friend with me too, as he has an eye for these things, plus he carries an emergency blanket with him as it's so cold in our area of the country. After an exhaustive search, I found the perfect specimen! My friend thought differently at first, but I convinced him that this is also an area of my expertise and with just a few LED's and mods, this tree will really shine. Well, we brought the tree back to the auditorium and once again, I was met with ridicule and laughter. I had just about enough of this! Out of sheer frustration, I yelled out to everyone and asked if they knew what Christmas is all about? My blanket buddy quickly stood up for me and rose to my defense. Now, I don't fully remember everything he said as his dialect is quite different than what I'm used too, but either way, I'm certain that it was religious in nature and against commercialism in general. (I should note that my parents & teachers all have speech impediments, but I've grown accustomed to their distinct sounding voices)

    I was still angry though, so I stormed out of the school with my tree and thought I would dress it up a bit. (I'd show them!) I ended up stopping off at my dogs house and borrowed an ornament to place on top of my tree. Well, it was just my luck that the ornament was solidly built and rather heavy, so upon placement, the top branch flopped over lifelessly. Yep, I killed it.

    Now, this is where I learned the true meaning of Christmas...

    After I abandoned my Christmas tree endeavor due to its untimely death, all of my classmates that previously bullied me ended up stealing all of the decorations off my dogs finely decorated doghouse in an effort to show what a bit of bling & magic can do to a formerly stunning Christmas tree. (obviously, they have no respect for personal property or canine artistry) I returned to the scene of the crime and stood in shock seeing that they brought my tree back to life! I mean, just a few decorations were added but it completely changed its appearance and even caused all of the dead needles to regrow & spring to life! Seriously, it was fuller & greener than when it was originally rooted in the ground! It truly was a Festivus miracle... I then turned to see the gang all singing loudly. They ended by wishing me a Merry Christmas, en masse. (I say 'gang' because following their ornament thefts, my dog had them summarily arrested & they were last seen all working in a chain gang along I-80, somewhere in Ohio)

    I guess I wasn't the only person that learned the true meaning of Christmas this holiday! (and it sure was better than my Halloween experience where all my friends got candy and I only got a rock....)

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    #118 3 years ago

    Well this was the first in the last 4 years I was not recovering from some sort of surgery, so that was a great gift in itself.
    But I did get a Run DMD clock, and a hand made bar sign from my wonderful wife.

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    #119 3 years ago

    I made and sent this artwork out for Taito Alpine Ski about 3 years ago. They showed up Christmas Eve. I can finally finish my restoration! My machine is buried here with all the other projects.

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    #120 3 years ago
    Quoted from pinmister:

    That rig looks awesome. Can you please share some more pictures and information about it. Looks very interesting and reminds me of the new Star Wars Pod.

    Absolutely ! -- Full build info (what worked, what didn't) -- here:

    http://www.billsarcade.net/blog/2015/10/1/dome-gaming-build

    (Yep, the Battle Pod was definitely the inspiration -- without the $29k price tag, lol)

    #121 3 years ago

    I got 2 nice sets of kicks, a couple card games, a beer making starter kit, stout beer, 5th of Makers Mark, cash and a couple good meals with family.

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    #122 3 years ago

    I sign for my game room. Made with gold leaf.

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    #123 3 years ago
    Quoted from bob_e:

    I sign for my game room. Made with gold leaf.

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    Nice sign! In my arcade, that "NO" would be replaced with "YES".

    #124 3 years ago
    Quoted from tamoore:

    Nice sign! In my arcade, that "NO" would be replaced with "YES".

    I would have to change it to "mandatory"

    #125 3 years ago
    Quoted from KrustyBurger:

    This year, I received the best gift of all - I discovered the true meaning of Christmas. Allow me to explain...
    At first, I was a bit frustrated about all of the commercialism surrounding the holiday. It appeared the holidays turned into nothing more than a quick cash grab. For example, my dog entered a Christmas decorating context and won a sizable cash prize. (beagles are known for their decorating skills, btw) Then my younger sister wrote a letter to Santa only asking for cash! (tens & twenties mostly) Good grief... Then, an on-and-off again friend of mine thought it a good idea for me to direct the school Christmas play - she thought that I may change my mind regarding the holidays if I had more community involvement. She dabbles in psychiatry, so I agreed. Well, it ended up that my classmates first made fun of me, mocked me and/or flat-out ignored me!
    I figured that maybe I could get their attention if I made the stage more festive, so I went out in search of the perfect Christmas tree. I took a friend with me too, as he has an eye for these things, plus he carries an emergency blanket with him as it's so cold in our area of the country. After an exhaustive search, I found the perfect specimen! My friend thought differently at first, but I convinced him that this is also an area of my expertise and with just a few LED's and mods, this tree will really shine. Well, we brought the tree back to the auditorium and once again, I was met with ridicule and laughter. I had just about enough of this! Out of sheer frustration, I yelled out to everyone and asked if they knew what Christmas is all about? My blanket buddy quickly stood up for me and rose to my defense. Now, I don't fully remember everything he said as his dialect is quite different than what I'm used too, but either way, I'm certain that it was religious in nature and against commercialism in general. (I should note that my parents & teachers all have speech impediments, but I've grown accustomed to their distinct sounding voices)
    I was still angry though, so I stormed out of the school with my tree and thought I would dress it up a bit. (I'd show them!) I ended up stopping off at my dogs house and borrowed an ornament to place on top of my tree. Well, it was just my luck that the ornament was solidly built and rather heavy, so upon placement, the top branch flopped over lifelessly. Yep, I killed it.
    Now, this is where I learned the true meaning of Christmas...
    After I abandoned my Christmas tree endeavor due to its untimely death, all of my classmates that previously bullied me ended up stealing all of the decorations off my dogs finely decorated doghouse in an effort to show what a bit of bling & magic can do to a formerly stunning Christmas tree. (obviously, they have no respect for personal property or canine artistry) I returned to the scene of the crime and stood in shock seeing that they brought my tree back to life! I mean, just a few decorations were added but it completely changed its appearance and even caused all of the dead needles to regrow & spring to life! Seriously, it was fuller & greener than when it was originally rooted in the ground! It truly was a Festivus miracle... I then turned to see the gang all singing loudly. They ended by wishing me a Merry Christmas, en masse. (I say 'gang' because following their ornament thefts, my dog had them summarily arrested & they were last seen all working in a chain gang along I-80, somewhere in Ohio)
    I guess I wasn't the only person that learned the true meaning of Christmas this holiday! (and it sure was better than my Halloween experience where all my friends got candy and I only got a rock....)

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    It's Christmas Charlie Brown.

    #126 3 years ago
    Quoted from MrBally:

    Bought my son a couple of "Pittsburgh" automotive products last week; a transmission jack and their engine support bar. They were for Christmas but I gave them to him a few days early as he had some work to do on his TT. He R&R'd the transmission to replace the clutch himself as I was out of town. I just helped him with some bushings on the hydraulic press and bleeding the clutch lines as the pressure bleeder we have does not pump up to a high enough pressure to push the piston back in the pedal master cylinder.

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    Refreshing to see people and young guys and gals work on their cars.

    #127 3 years ago
    Quoted from dmacy:

    Refreshing to see people and young guys and gals work on their cars.

    Even moreso when you spent over 30 years doing it and now no longer have to.

    #128 3 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    Even moreso when you spent over 30 years doing it and now no longer have to.

    Very true and much respect O-din!

    #129 3 years ago
    Quoted from Compy:

    Santa brought me a Wizard Blocks!

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    What's the story behind this aquisition?

    Any more photos or gameplay footage? I think the most I've seen of this game are some low-res photos and video.

    #130 3 years ago
    Quoted from Compy:

    Santa brought me a Wizard Blocks!

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    Yeah, I want to know more about this awesome game! How in the world to did get this?

    #132 3 years ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    It's Christmas Charlie Brown.

    You exposed me! AAUUGH!

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    #133 3 years ago

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    #134 3 years ago
    Quoted from IntralotTech:

    Yeah, I want to know more about this awesome game! How in the world to did get this?

    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    What's the story behind this aquisition?
    Any more photos or gameplay footage? I think the most I've seen of this game are some low-res photos and video.

    Well, the story behind Wizard Blocks isn't really all that complicated. It is worth noting that the Wizard Blocks that I have is not one of the six original whitewoods that WMS had in their possession when they shut down pinball.

    The process goes something like this:
    1) Start out with a rough sketch of the playfield. The dimensions aren't exact at this point, just testing to see if the shots worked and what the rough insert layout looked like.

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    2) Start documenting the cable run and switch matrix ordering to get an idea of what your wire lengths will be and what the logical order of the cable run will be. Repeat for lamp matrices.

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    3) Do a really cheap test layout on MDF to get the shot layout correct and really test how the entire playfield kit fits into the P2K cabinet and make sure the hardware components on the playfield clear and line up.

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    4) I then started designing the entire Wizard Blocks playfield using playfield scans of the existing whitewood and effectively tracing the result into CAD. The result after several iterations is a playfield that is identical to the original in geometry.

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    5) I then fit the CAD playfield to the P2K side rails and playfield skid rails to test fit them into the cabinet and straighten the CNCed board out.

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    6) Inserts were a bit of a trick. I was presented with multiple options. I could try to source inserts from Marco or Bay Area or PPS, but inserts in low runs are very expensive, and many of the inserts (lightning bolt and pill inserts used for the X) were either insanely expensive or unavailable. So, I went ahead and used the same CAD file I made to have inserts laser cut at a thickness slightly greater than the lip of the playfield insert route. This resulted in inserts that fit exactly into their respective holes and could be sanded level to the playfield. Overall this playfield has over 100 inserts.

    Ball guides and other weldments were either custom made or sourced from similar games from online parts suppliers. This was a trick, but having a spot welder handy has really been a saving grace.

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    7) The current playfield uses bayonet style sockets for ALL lamps which makes wiring a nightmare. I have since then redesigned the electronics to use under playfield lamp boards to clean up the wiring and make things neater overall.

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    The current iteration uses no original software from Pinball 2000. The original software, in fact, was never burnt to any ROM chips but must be run off of a standard P2K FLASH development board that WMS had used internally. This is basically the same thing but uses flash chips rather than ROM chips. The software in this version is powered by Unity3D so we can do all of the 3D rendering in real time. The parallel port interface has been scrapped by introducing a small custom parallel interface board that sits between the game PC and the driver board and communicates over USB.

    9) The next step was to get the spinning flashers working. Those were one of the most wicked things I'd ever seen on a game. So I went to visit a friend who has a tiny "maker space" in his basement to whip something up!

    All in all, I managed to get the whitewood flipping by Christmas which was a great gift! So there's a bit of history

    #135 3 years ago

    Got a claw machine for my son.
    He loves it so much.

    Got a color DMD for LOTR.

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    #136 3 years ago
    Quoted from jorge5240:

    Got a claw machine for my son.
    He loves it so much.
    Got a color DMD for LOTR.

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    That is AWESOME! I would've killed for a claw game when I was a kid! Great gift idea! Congrats on the Color DMD as well!

    #137 3 years ago
    Quoted from Compy:

    Well, the story behind Wizard Blocks isn't really all that complicated. It is worth noting that the Wizard Blocks that I have is not one of the six original whitewoods that WMS had in their possession when they shut down pinball.
    The process goes something like this:
    1) Start out with a rough sketch of the playfield. The dimensions aren't exact at this point, just testing to see if the shots worked and what the rough insert layout looked like.
    2013-10-03_21.31.25_(resized).jpg
    2) Start documenting the cable run and switch matrix ordering to get an idea of what your wire lengths will be and what the logical order of the cable run will be. Repeat for lamp matrices.
    2013-09-30_10.26.43_(resized).jpg
    3) Do a really cheap test layout on MDF to get the shot layout correct and really test how the entire playfield kit fits into the P2K cabinet and make sure the hardware components on the playfield clear and line up.
    2013-09-04_22.22.23_(resized).jpg
    4) I then started designing the entire Wizard Blocks playfield using playfield scans of the existing whitewood and effectively tracing the result into CAD. The result after several iterations is a playfield that is identical to the original in geometry.
    IMG_20140730_203227_(resized).jpg
    5) I then fit the CAD playfield to the P2K side rails and playfield skid rails to test fit them into the cabinet and straighten the CNCed board out.
    IMG_20140803_195042_(1)_(resized).jpg
    6) Inserts were a bit of a trick. I was presented with multiple options. I could try to source inserts from Marco or Bay Area or PPS, but inserts in low runs are very expensive, and many of the inserts (lightning bolt and pill inserts used for the X) were either insanely expensive or unavailable. So, I went ahead and used the same CAD file I made to have inserts laser cut at a thickness slightly greater than the lip of the playfield insert route. This resulted in inserts that fit exactly into their respective holes and could be sanded level to the playfield. Overall this playfield has over 100 inserts.
    Ball guides and other weldments were either custom made or sourced from similar games from online parts suppliers. This was a trick, but having a spot welder handy has really been a saving grace.
    IMG_20140914_092330_(resized).jpg
    7) The current playfield uses bayonet style sockets for ALL lamps which makes wiring a nightmare. I have since then redesigned the electronics to use under playfield lamp boards to clean up the wiring and make things neater overall.
    IMG_0104_(resized).JPG
    The current iteration uses no original software from Pinball 2000. The original software, in fact, was never burnt to any ROM chips but must be run off of a standard P2K FLASH development board that WMS had used internally. This is basically the same thing but uses flash chips rather than ROM chips. The software in this version is powered by Unity3D so we can do all of the 3D rendering in real time. The parallel port interface has been scrapped by introducing a small custom parallel interface board that sits between the game PC and the driver board and communicates over USB.
    9) The next step was to get the spinning flashers working. Those were one of the most wicked things I'd ever seen on a game. So I went to visit a friend who has a tiny "maker space" in his basement to whip something up!
    » YouTube video
    All in all, I managed to get the whitewood flipping by Christmas which was a great gift! So there's a bit of history

    That's really cool You should start a dedicated thread about this project.

    How you handled the custom inserts was a clever approach.

    A lot of work sure went into this. Kudos

    Did you manage to obtain a copy of the software for the game, or was it built up from scratch?

    #138 3 years ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    That's really cool You should start a dedicated thread about this project.
    How you handled the custom inserts was a clever approach.
    A lot of work sure went into this. Kudos
    Did you manage to obtain a copy of the software for the game, or was it built up from scratch?

    Thanks for the kudos The project has required me to get a bit creative with how I tackle certain issues with parts availability or cost management. Certainly injection molding inserts would be more cost effective at any sort of production, so I have CAD files with both sizes accounted for.

    The original software only had about half of one mode in it, so it only took a few days to clone what they had in modern day software and 3D rendering engines. The software is all custom built from scratch. I'm a software engineer by "trade" I guess you could say, so that was the easy part.

    A new thread will be coming. Currently I'm testing the wizard blocks software on an RFM playfield as its more mechanically complete to address some of the code bugs, though the Rev 2 playfield will be done before long when the new PCBs come in.

    #139 3 years ago

    Have you thought about trying to contact the original designers? It might be worthwhile to see if they had any notes or ideas about certain areas of the game, theme, or modes.

    #140 3 years ago
    Quoted from Compy:

    Thanks for the kudos The project has required me to get a bit creative with how I tackle certain issues with parts availability or cost management. Certainly injection molding inserts would be more cost effective at any sort of production, so I have CAD files with both sizes accounted for.
    The original software only had about half of one mode in it, so it only took a few days to clone what they had in modern day software and 3D rendering engines. The software is all custom built from scratch. I'm a software engineer by "trade" I guess you could say, so that was the easy part.
    A new thread will be coming. Currently I'm testing the Wizard Blocks software on an RFM playfield as its more mechanically complete to address some of the code bugs, though the Rev 2 playfield will be done before long when the new PCBs come in.

    Keep us informed when you start a thread. Really want to see how this turns out.

    #141 3 years ago

    Santa Baby !

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    #142 3 years ago

    A HUGE thank you! To Andrew aka Barakandl for NVRams for Christmas.

    Long story short ..mail carrier must have thrown towards the mailbox and totally missed. A couple pieces of junk mail ruined and some samples of feminine products did not make it but his package insides were not even wet! Bubble envelopes are a good thing.

    I got one of his newest duel CE 5101 to NV ram adapters to be installed in a Gottlieb pin. And a 6116 for Big Guns.

    http://nvram.weebly.com

    I will make a an install video for anyone who may have gotten a desoldering station for Christmas a great way to exercise those units.

    THANK YOU AGAIN it would have been first Christmas in a while with nothing Pinball related. Looks like package was really here just before Christmas too!

    You're the BEST!! THANKS SANTAndrew!!

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    #143 3 years ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    Ho Ho Ho. Besides for my usual Shaving cream, deodorant and socks. Santa brought me a GQ 4X True USB programmer and Eprom eraser. Now to learn how to use it.

    I got one of those also.
    Also got one of Borygard's new chip testers.

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