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  • Submitted: Jan 08 2020 06:14 PM
  • Last Updated: Jan 14 2020 06:53 PM
  • File Size: 38.04MB
  • Views: 1249
  • Downloads: 267
  • Author(s): roccodimarco
  • Manufacturer: Gottlieb
  • Year: 1988
  • IPDB Link:
  • Permission to MOD?: Yes, without approval

Previous Versions

  • 14 Jan 2020 Download TX-Sector (Dozer MOD) 1.0
  • 08 Jan 2020 Download TX-Sector (Dozer MOD) 1.0

Download TX-Sector (Dozer MOD) 1.1

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I started this MOD while waiting for balater's awesome version to be corrected to 100% working (the ramps are having issues.) Thalamus reminded me of Dozers version of TX-Sector, and there was always something about it that I wasn't crazy about, but I had forgotten, so I decided to go back and take another look.  That's when I realized what bugged me.  The table is somewhat "free handed" or loosely based off of the original version.    So, I worked on his playfield a bit to get it closed to the original.
While it's still not 100% accurate. I made it look a little closer to the real thing.  I grabbed table resources from balaters table, and used some new resurces for drop targets (feel free to use balater for your table).  This table was also a notorious ball drainer, both down the middle and off the sides.  I made some very small tweaks and put a post in between the flippers to allow some longer play.   It's as good as I can make it, and I'm sure there is more that can be done, but with Balater's table on the horizon of being finished I'm calling this one done.  Enjoy!      
Link to Balate'rs table:
Link to Dozer's table:

What's New in Version 1.1 (See full changelog)

  • 1.1: Added a few more plastics and cleaned up a few lights. Because Dozer free handed the table, the plastics are a bit off but I did the best I could on it.

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