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Welcome to VPForums

Welcome to VPForums.org!

VPForums.org is a friendly gaming community site dedicated to the preservation of pinball through software simulation.
Our aim is to provide a lot of fun and games, all in a social and relaxed atmosphere.

Here, you will find a huge selection of Visual Pinball 8, Visual Pinball 9, VPX, and Future Pinball table downloads to play on your desktop PC, as well as,
hundreds of cabinet tables you can play on a virtual pinball cabinet. All created by our community's talented table authors, and it's all

100% FREE. NO waiting, NO limits, NO paywalls.

You'll also find a number of tutorials, design resources, interviews with Pinball Legends and table authors, and much more!
So, don't be shy, introduce yourself, search for an answer to any related questions you may have, or post your question, if you can't find the answer.

If you are new to the Virtual Pinball scene altogether, please refer to the Visual Pinball Installation Guide, or download Future Pinball.
Both are great programs that no true pinhead should be without!

Attention All VPForums Visitors!

Attention all VPF members and users: If you've purchased a virtual pinball machine, hard drive, flash drive, or DVD that contains tables and ROMs from our site, or any other Visual Pinball site, when you received it, you have purchased an illegal product! Return it for a full refund immediately!
Our authors and contributing members work hard and provide FOR FREE all the content you've 'paid' for. This only serves to upset our contributors and will likely cause them to stop sharing the work we all enjoy. It is unethical and ILLEGAL to include their works in any commercial product!
Thank you.

Upcoming Events


Some Issues with the Download Section!

21 Aug 2023

Posted by Noah Fentz in Site News & Announcements

Well, it appears we were the victim of a targeted attack. Steps have been taken to closely monitor the situation.


Unfortunately, we couldn't restore everything lost in the Downloads section. We lost about the last 8 days.


For those authors affected, please check your uploads list, as some entries are still intact, without the content.


I'll be watching things closely. If you have any questions or problems, please post here.


Thank you, and my apologies for the interruption.



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What happened to the VPF Chatroom?

26 Nov 2023

Posted by Greywolf in Site News & Announcements

Just getting back here after a while; where'd the chatroom go?


  200 views · 6 replies ( Last reply by Mitchell )


Help save Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum!

15 Nov 2023

Posted by Noah Fentz in Site News & Announcements
Help save Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum!

"Wouldn't the world be better off if we took nonsense more seriously?"

These are the words of the late Marvin Yagoda, who (Using this philosophy) set out to create the largest collection or animatronic machines and staright up wacky things. Being founded in the early 80's in the (now defunct) Tally Hall in Farmington Hills Michigan, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum not only stands as a monument to all things silly and goofy, but as a testament to Yagoda's philosophy. This treasure has served the people of Farmington Hills, as well as visitors from around the world, since it's conception, and today this iconic museum faces demolition. They want to build a new Meijer's store in place of Marvin's, and that would be quite the mistake. Marvin's is survived by Marvin's son, Jeremy Yagoda, who oversees all operations. Coupled with newfound popularity from the 2000's indie band "Tally Hall", Marvin's has its fair share of fans everywhere who would be devastated to see the building be torn down. If you want to do more than sign a petition, you can attend the Farmington Hills City Council Chambers meeting on 11/16/2023 and show your support for marvin's and your disdain for a new Meijer's. Now is the time to act before we lose this eighth wonder of the world.


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Website Poll

Poll: Which Windows version do you (mainly) use with VP? (5633 member(s) have cast votes)

Which Windows version do you (mainly) use with VP?

  1. Voted Windows 8 (365 votes [6.48%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.48%

  2. Voted Windows 7 (2060 votes [36.58%])

    Percentage of vote: 36.58%

  3. Windows Vista (66 votes [1.17%])

    Percentage of vote: 1.17%

  4. Voted Windows XP (543 votes [9.64%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.64%

  5. Windows ME, 98 or 95 (12 votes [0.21%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.21%

  6. Windows NT or 2000 (1 votes [0.02%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.02%

  7. Windows 10 (2585 votes [45.90%])

    Percentage of vote: 45.90%

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