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  • Submitted: Nov 03 2011 12:22 AM
  • Last Updated: Nov 07 2011 01:33 AM
  • File Size: 17.68MB
  • Views: 13675
  • Downloads: 2,956
  • Author(s): UncleReamus
    Noah Fentz
  • Manufacturer: Williams
  • Year: 1979

Download Gorgar UR/NF VP9.1.x Desktop v1.0.4 1.0.4

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One of my favorite tables growing up. Enjoy!

Both 4:3 and Widescreen options are included.

The table defaults to Widescreen. For 4:3 users, follow the steps below:

1. In the Backdrop options, set the X Scale to 1.1
2. Select Backdrop4-3 in the Image dropdown.

Special Thanks:
  • JP for all of his script excerpts and expertise.
  • unclewilly for the great textures.
  • Noah Fentz for all of his hard work on every table we do together when he finally steps out of the shop.

Known issue: Scoring crashes the table when F3 is pressed.

Update 1.0.1 - Corrected an issue with the counter nudge.
Update 1.0.2 - Corrected spinner missing in script.
Update 1.0.3 - Corrected PBW support and missing sling switch.
Update 1.0.4 - Corrected drop banks and GOR and GAR lamps.

Manufacturer: Williams Electronics, Incorporated (1967-1985) [Trade Name: Williams]
Model Number: 496
MPU: Williams System 6
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) [?]
Production: 14,000 units (confirmed)
Serial Number Database: View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)
Theme: Fantasy
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), 3-bank drop targets (2), Kick-out hole (1), Spinning target (1), The Snake Pit has a magnet under the playfield to hold the ball while scoring lit value.
Design by: Barry Oursler
Art by: Constantino Mitchell
Sound by: Eugene Jarvis
Notes: 'Gorgar' was the first talking pinball machine commercially released and had a vocabulary of seven words. 'Gorgar' also had a heart beat sound that would speed up during longer game play.

Nov 03 2011 01:48 AM
Excellent recreation drinks.gif
Awesome noah & unclereamus! This one will get alot of play!
Dear UncleReamus and Noath,

thank you very much for your recreation.

One issue:

I get very poor quality in the playfield with Full Screen resolution 1280 x1024 x 32.

In fact, I only get good quality in the playfield for resolution Window 640x480.

Is there anything wrong with my VP 912?

Best regards,

que calor.. drinks.gif drinks.gif drinks.gif
This is the first I've upgraded in YEARS and yours this is the first table I downloaded. Looks great. I am having the same problem as antar1967. It looks like the playfield graphic "smears" from the middle down on the higher resolutions. It's still there at the 640x480 but only at the bottom. Any suggestions?
Very very nice rendition.

The only thing I would change if there were similar lighting effects on the backdrop as there is on the playfield it would look a lot better...the backdrop IMO is a bit too dark.
Nicely updated from previous versions but having same video problem as others have stated. Bottom half of graphics are missing at higher resolutions. I've seen this on other recreations. Is this a VP 9 issue ?


Aug 23 2019 10:54 AM
Thanks for the wicked recreation!

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