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  • Submitted: Dec 30 2011 07:02 AM
  • Last Updated: Dec 31 2011 09:09 AM
  • File Size: 11.37MB
  • Views: 5886
  • Downloads: 1,230
  • Author(s): UncleReamus
    Noah Fentz
  • Manufacturer: Bally
  • Year: 1979

Download Star Trek (Bally 1979) UR/NF Desktop v1.0 1.0.1

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Dedicated to our dear friend Jive (1953-2011), may he rest in peace.

Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation
Project Date: January 24, 1978
Date Of Manufacture: April, 1979
Model Number: 1148-E
MPU: Bally MPU AS-2518-35
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
Production: 16,842 units (confirmed)
Theme: Licensed Theme - Outer Space
Notable Features: Flippers (2) Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), 4-bank drop targets (1), Standup targets (5), Kick-out hole (1), Free ball return lane.
Design by: Gary Gayton
Art by: Kevin O'Connor
Notes: 'Star Trek' began as an American science fiction TV series which ran from 1966 to 1969. It was canceled due to low ratings. In syndication, the series' episodes enjoyed a renewed and sustained following which eventually led to a 1979 Hollywood movie of the same name, the first of six movies using the same actors from this TV show.

Early versions of the backglass showed the Enterprise crew dressed in the uniforms from the TV series. To promote the Hollywood movie that was coming out at the same time as this game, the backglass art was changed early in the production run to show them dressed in single-color clothing. In addition, two playfield plastics were changed to feature the bald-headed woman from this first movie.

According to artist Kevin O'Connor, the original backglass art had the character on the left shooting a humanoid, but that had to be changed to a ball of energy due to demands by the show's producers that no one be shown being killed. The humanoid can be seen on the original backglass artwork shown in the book Pinball Art.

Big thanks to Popotte for use of his textures.
Big thanks to everyone else who we robbed, pillaged, and stole from to create this table!

Enjoy!

Note: To adjust for 4:3 play, click the Backdrop to enter options, change the X-Scale to 1.1 and the backdrop image to Backdrop_4-3


Update to 1.0.1: Very minor update. Fixed the backdrops to better align with the table.




LOVE it! Plays, looks and sounds great!
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Captain Kirk
Dec 30 2011 02:53 PM
Thanks a lot for one of my favorite pinballs. Worship.gif
BTW, I approve it biggrin.gif

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