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  • Submitted: Oct 15 2020 03:12 PM
  • Last Updated: Oct 15 2020 03:12 PM
  • File Size: 45.4MB
  • Views: 639
  • Downloads: 267
  • Author(s): Golchicco<br />32assassin<br />mfuegemann
  • Manufacturer: Other - Pinball
  • Year: 1987
  • IPDB Link:
  • ROM: Link to ROM
  • Permission to MOD?: Yes, with approval

Download Quijote (Juegos Populares 1987) 1.0

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VPX Conversion by: Goldchicco & 32assassin
 
 
vp9 table by: mfuegemann
 
Special Thanks to :
 
32assassin for helping me with this conversion and for sharing his passion, knowledge and time.
 
This rare beauty was the last production made by Juegos Populares before the factory was closed down.
 
 
A DIP switch menu allows the adjustment of number of balls and some other table features.
 
At the top of the script You can change some settings:
- choose between 4 apron designs, both English and Spanish instruction cards
- enable the apron match light animation (if You run the table without a B2S)
 
 
The table rules a are included in the download file.
 
 
Hope you enjoy it and please leave constructive feedback or comments in the support topic and will try to make it better.
 
 
All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners.
 
PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL / HOME USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE / RE-SALE OR DISTRIBUTION!
 
Permission to Mod: Yes with approval
 

Table not have a DMD, all is in the backglass, found a good one made by @STAT here:
https://www.vpforums...&showfile=12381
 
When launching the table for the first time press F1 and uncheck the DMD
DMD image included in the zip file
 

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

  • 1.0
  • Initial Release




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Jeplainifield
Oct 15 2020 05:42 PM

Thanks for this Goldchicco. This is what I love about VPX. Being able to play a machine I would never even get to see, let alone play.. 

The IPDB link for this table is incorrect. As a matter of fact, this table does not appear in the database under "Juegos Populares". Recel made "D.Quijote" in 1979. Not the same table by any means.

looks awesome :)

Thanks, nice release

 

I was on the way to miss this one because I was not at home this week-end


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