If you've noticed a trend in the tables I've done, I've been trying to fill in gaps of tables that I could not find at all; Gemini, Space Walk and Gottlieb's Star Trek being the main ones. This may be the last one that I've been trying to get done. Resources are few and far between, and this one took the most time just getting a playfield image. I like using actual photos of tables, just has more "feeling" to me, personal preference. Anyway this one was stiched together from many internet photos and then I had to remove all the playfield objects and draw in missing pieces where I didn't have the right angles... blah blah blah.. lots of time in Photoshop, and I am by no means proficient at using it. The end result is not perfect, but for me it's close enough.
Interestingly enough I've not been the only one working on this table. Itchigo and mostly pbecker1946 over on one of those other unmentionable sites have also been working on a VP9 version of the table and Itchigo recently posted a "coming soon" thread over on his site. They went through pretty much the same process to get the playfield and came up with a pretty similar playfield as I did. Would have saved one of us a lot of work had we known, oh well. What I did get from them though was some of the play logic that I was missing, how some of the lights were triggered etc. I was going to make guesses, and some of my guesses may have been right, but I know am pretty much in step with them on how the table will play. Of course we coded them totally independently as well, so the script is way different between the two (pbecker is way more knowledgeable than I). Thanks guys for the info!
So here is the current state of affairs, still cleanup, physics tweaking, light animations and such to do, but could use some more people play testing it.
Available from my dropbox, includes directb2s, and as all my work FS settings for portrait oriented cabinets, you may need to change. https://dl.dropboxus...tlieb 1979).zip