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  • Submitted: Jul 12 2018 06:54 PM
  • Last Updated: Jul 12 2018 06:54 PM
  • File Size: 34.01MB
  • Views: 608
  • Downloads: 168
  • Author(s): roccodimarco
  • Manufacturer: Gottlieb
  • Year: 1985
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  • Permission to MOD?: Yes, without approval

Download Tag-Team 1.0

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Tag Team

Gottlieb's Tag-Team.  I recently stumbled across an old thread, where creators were testing out tables in the infancy of vpx.  In that thread was a Tag-Team table, and I fired it up and to my surprise the table plays fine!  I did make some minor tweaks to try and match videos I watched on this very addictive table.  I was a big fan of the vp9 tables, but it never "felt" right and I was constantly tweaking it.  I can say, this version plays great and just feels nice.  I went through this table and cleaned it up to the best of my photoshopping abilities, so while not perfect, it looks much better than it previously did. 
I have played through the game and can confirm multi ball works, and looks awesome when activated.  However; one minor "bug" I can't figure out and I have a sneaking suspicion it lies somewhere in the dip switches, when you hit the extra ball feature, the shoot again light will not activate as supposed to.  I reached out to the original creator of this table, hmueck, and he confirmed the light does in fact work, but thats as far as we got.  I searched for a dip switch guide but came up empty handed.  So maybe someone can figure out this mystery. 
As I stated above, big thanks to the original creator  hmueck who gave me the permission to edit and release this table.  Also, from reading through the old thread it looks like arngrim provided a dof script of some kind. 


thanks for the work

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