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  • Submitted: Oct 15 2021 10:07 PM
  • Last Updated: Oct 15 2021 10:07 PM
  • File Size: 45.95MB
  • Views: 1517
  • Downloads: 482
  • Author(s): Goldchicco
    JP Salas
  • Manufacturer: Bally
  • Year: 1974
  • IPDB Link:
  • Permission to MOD?: Yes, with approval

Download Bow And Arrow (Bally 1974) 1.0

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Goldchicco JP Salas



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VPX 10.6 table
Solid State version from Bally and only 17 units of this table were made
 
Based on JP Salas vp9 release
 
Special Thanks to :
JP Salas for the vp9 table used as base for create this one in VPX
@Arestis for redrawing  the plastics.
@Thalamus for the Playfield mesh
@batch for the backdrop image for Desktop users
 
Table include:
' Fleep sound package
' Table physics (using nfozzy/roth/fleep guidline)
'  nFozzy flippers physics
' JP's LUT code


Press F6  and configure the Dip switches to select different features and setup the table - need to do this only once
 
To rotate and select between the nine LUT files press and Hold the LEFT Magnasave and rotate pressing the Right Magnasave.
 
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

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

  • ver 1.0
  • Initial Release


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Excellent! Never thought I would see this In VPX.

Another beautiful table! Love the lighting and the backglass, and it plays very well! Easy to see playfield, crisp! Thank you!

very nice sir :-)

table crashes on boot up says: line: 556  objected required: 'Controller' 

Again a fabulous piece of history preserved by Goldchicco and JPSalas, thanks!

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TallaNasty312
Oct 16 2021 10:39 AM

This table is going in my PinballX favorites at 1.0. Played a few games and I love it.


  • Kicker physics are as "real" as I've seen them

  • Haven't checked where the sounds come from (ROM | script) but they're what the kids call "ear milk"

  • No errors thrown in 10.7 R270

  • Lighting and textures are spot-on, pleasing to the eye

  • Center target plastic is facing upwards unlike some real-life versions (non-SS, but same game)


Having a cookout later, and there's a fella who loves this specific type of Americana. Maybe I'll finally have a real life friend get hooked on pinball thanks to the best Iron Man Iron in the VP scene and Mr. JP Salas!


bowarrow(ss)_t.jpg

This table is going in my PinballX favorites at 1.0. Played a few games and I love it.

  • Kicker physics are as "real" as I've seen them
  • Haven't checked where the sounds come from (ROM | script) but they're what the kids call "ear milk"
  • No errors thrown in 10.7 R270
  • Lighting and textures are spot-on, pleasing to the eye
  • Center target plastic is facing upwards unlike some real-life versions (non-SS, but same game)
Having a cookout later, and there's a fella who loves this specific type of Americana. Maybe I'll finally have a real life friend get hooked on pinball thanks to the best Iron Man Iron in the VP scene and Mr. JP Salas!

bowarrow(ss)_t.jpg


Trust me I reported to @Arestis the center plastic was pointing in the wrong direction, but I can't be thankful enough to him to redraw the entire set just watching YouTube videos of this table.
So for this time we will give him a break and hopefully he (or someone else good with PS) will touch up the center plastic and send ne the "update" ;-)
Thank you for your feedback, really appreciated it

I'm a bit confused about the classification of this game as SS due to the release date.

I always thought that "Spirit of 76" from Mirco Games was the first SS in 1976.

I'm a bit confused about the classification of this game as SS due to the release date.
I always thought that "Spirit of 76" from Mirco Games was the first SS in 1976.

This is definitely an SS release from 1974 according to IPDB.
Possible since it was released only in 17 units that is considered a prototype.
I can't tell.
Anyway Spirit of 76 was released in October 1975, so the first SS pinball machine release year is 1975 (less than one year later) and not in 1976.

Bow and Arrow:
https://www.ipdb.org...ine.cgi?id=4770

Spirit of 76:
https://www.ipdb.org...ine.cgi?id=2294

Anyone else have an issue where the only key that starts a game is "1"?  The table doesn't seem to recognize a different mapped key in VPX for me.


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