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  • Submitted: Oct 12 2012 02:39 AM
  • Last Updated: Oct 25 2012 07:38 PM
  • File Size: 58.65MB
  • Views: 8672
  • Downloads: 2,570
  • Author(s): jpsalas
    Grizz
  • Manufacturer: Williams
  • Year: 1996
  • IPDB Link:
  • Permission to MOD?: No

Previous Versions

  • 12 Oct 2012 Download Tales of the Arabian Nights VP912FS Enhanced 3.3.0

Download Tales of the Arabian Nights VP912FS Enhanced 3.4.0

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Tales of the Arabian Nights for VP91x, based on the table by Williams from 1996, but with a complete redraw of the playfield and lights by Grizz.

What's New in Version 3.4.0 (See full changelog)

  • 3.4 25th October 2012
  • - changed flippers to shoot better for the genie
  • - fixed the ball stuck on the skillshot platform.
  • - added some more oil to the lamp :)
  • - fixed the ball in the vertical magnet




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Shadowsclassic
Oct 12 2012 06:52 AM
Is it Christmas already? ;)
Awesome table! This table looks and plays amazing and best of all it does not tax my system at all!

JP & Grizz, you guys are amazing!
WOW! great job guys!
OMG, thank you so much !
I had some performance issues with the "haddonfield" version.
This one works great !

Woot !
Uuggh, really really ugly.
Deleted before finishing a single game!

My advice: just stick to reproducing the real table as close as possible and don't start to think your artistic skills are better than the original artists, because they obviously aren't.

Uuggh, really really ugly.
Deleted before finishing a single game!

My advice: just stick to reproducing the real table as close as possible and don't start to think your artistic skills are better than the original artists, because they obviously aren't.

Perhaps you could list all the tables you created and offered to the community, before attacking a team that provided countless excellent tables already and hopefully will continue to do so, despite posts like yours. The last thing they need is any advice from people like you.
@htamas

The capability of making excellent recreations does not imply that any "enhancements" are always improvement.
Everybody has limitations, and with all the sucking-up (by people like you) the creators might forget that.

Everybody has limitations, and with all the sucking-up (by people like you) the creators might forget that.

It is one thing to state your disagreement with something an author has created; it is quite another to call a work "fuckup" like you did in the thread announcing this table version. I like the original color scheme better too, but that doesn't mean I will use the rude style you did. Other people were able to express their opinion in a decent manner - you were not.There was no sucking-up from my end at all.
But whatever.
A beautiful table. Thanks so much for your efforts and sharing with the community. It surprises me how others would feel the need to leave negative comments.

I love the many enhancement added !
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Shadowsclassic
Oct 22 2012 08:05 PM
Wow, talk about "biting the hand that feeds you"! Fact, I already had made two table entries in my cab. One for the "Enhanced" and one for the "Original" I like to have tables as close to the original as humanly possible. But I also like a lot of the extras the artists add like bright colors and night modes. I hope JP continues to support the original table and I will continue to enjoy his artistic freedom to modify the tables the way he sees fit, it his you know. True artists can not be boxed in and if you try they will simply pack it in. These amazing people are giving you one of the greatest gifts of all, a chance to relive your youth! At great effort on their part and I might add at absolutely no expense to you and no money for them.

I dare not place myself in their shoes, but as a long time Volunteer Firefighter and Advanced EMT I know about putting in long grueling hours for no pay. I know how bad criticism for your efforts hurt and I especially know how incredibly rewarding a simple thank you feels!

So, for JP and all the many great artists working on this amazing project I simply say, THANK YOU!
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JeffAcheson
Sep 14 2013 12:48 AM

Love any version of a great pinball.  Purple and pink.  Wild sounds.  Am I off here but aren't these downloads essentially free?  Kudos and thanks to anyone who takes the time to create anything.  Especially something as fun as this.  I would also say that my kids love the brighter colored version and the more I can get them to play tables, the better.  I look forward to making my own.  I have tried to create a real table and it is so incredibly complex I gave up and went virtual.  Thanks Again!


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