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  • Submitted: Dec 11 2018 03:57 PM
  • Last Updated: Dec 20 2018 02:27 AM
  • File Size: 36.19MB
  • Views: 2693
  • Downloads: 889
  • Author(s): Loserman76, Wildman
  • Manufacturer: Gottlieb
  • Year: 1977
  • IPDB Link:
  • Permission to MOD?: Yes, with approval

Previous Versions

  • 11 Dec 2018 Download Gridiron (Gottlieb 1977) 1.0

Download Gridiron (Gottlieb 1977) 1.0a

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Gridiron - Gottlieb 1977
Original conversion of Pinuck's VP9 table by Scottacus
Backglass image by Wildman
Images culled from the internet
 
This is Gottlieb's re-do of Pro Football. Pretty much the same table, but now it is 2 player and the outlanes will always score a touchdown even if the score motor is running (a flaw that the Gottlieb designer of this table corrected when he redid it).
Unique thing about this table - match is based on last 3 digits. I don't believe Gottlieb ever did this prior with their tables.
My table is a complete rebuild of the table. Prior tables were used to identify scoring and such. You will also note this one has the correct plastics. Prior tables used (incorrectly) Pro Football's plastics.

What's New in Version 1.0a (See full changelog)

  • 1.0 - initial release
  • 1.0a - modified chimes routines, added high score tracking for points, fixed issue with match.


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THX!!!!!!!!!!!!   Great table :)

superb another lm76  gottlieb gem

many thanks

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UpJumpTheBoogie
Dec 20 2018 11:49 AM

Thanks yet again for another classic!!

Thanks

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FarFlippinOut
Jan 31 2021 12:58 AM

Thank you....Now I'm ready for the Super Bowl

Gidday LoserMan76, It was a joy to find this recreation as it was one of the few pinball tables I got to play as a kid. I particularly like that the game is either feast or famine and the challenge of dead bouncing the ball to set up shots and avoid early drains. I tried to contact you through your messages but was rejected on the basis that your message limit was fullup and I was wondering if you would allow me to do an alternative playfield graphics and bring the rolling ball volume up and activate the var target, target and rubber sounds. The game plays superbly and I particularly like the plastics and backglass. 

Cheers and thanks for this incredible recreation.


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