VPGL 15 - Post Pass - Rules

Hi Pinballers,

Welcome to arcade gaming competition with VPGL 15. This tournament is the 3rd of the new decade and part of the overall VPGL 2020 and all gamers worldwide are welcome to play. You can join in at any time and play.

Competition:
The player with the most points...
 

MGLXLIV - Arcade Runner - RULES



Hi Gamers,

Welcome to arcade gaming with MGLXLIV - Arcade Runner. This is the second tournament of the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OF ESPORTS for 2020. All gamers worldwide are welcome to game. You can also join in at any time.

Please watch the trailer below for the official...
 

Gottlieb Sea Belles August 1956

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lets start with the new playfield plastics...
 

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We’d like to share some exciting news with you all…


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Monster Bash...Classic Edition

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How game board components work

This will be a series of posts on how specific components work on a game board. Its purpose is to help you understand how the circuitry works. Feel free to add to the series if there's a topic you want to cover.

First up: Reset!

You'll typically see the signal defined as RESET...

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  • #16
    322 last night after a big day at work and a few drinks

    286 at lunchtime today
    I have propelled the ball along the proper trajectory and been rewarded

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    • #17
      Originally posted by VON View Post
      324 best, average 339.
      So the above was last night on my iPad after the equivalent of 1 standard drink in the system.
      This morning at work on the PC with a mouse and the equivalent of 1 standard coffee in the system.

      218 best, average 248.

      I reckon the use of the mouse makes a big difference.
      Andrew Heitmann
      0438 302 872
      Andrew.Heitmann@sa.gov.au

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      • #18
        Mean of 236ms over 5 tries, spread 219-273 for me.
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        Remember--The early bird catches the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by nmercury View Post
          Same as me, 276 average. How about a game of slaps...
          Next time we meet Nick for sure. Not sure when I'll get to a Melbourne meet or comp though.

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          Originally posted by toads View Post
          I don't see myself as older, just more experienced
          Add ten years if it's the morning after Doug's meet.

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          • #20
            Just really curious, I have played pinball since my early teens and have always considered them a reflex machine. Quick reflexes, you play well.
            I figure the reverse as well, you play pinball, you will improve your reflexes. For this reason I ask, all you pinball players that play regularly, do you think these quicker reflexes from excising them playing pinball has increased your reflex times in real life?
            I believe in my case it certainly has.

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            • #21
              Took 4 tests, Best average score: 143 - take me on

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              • #22
                Originally posted by ajfclark View Post
                246ms. I'll go have a coffee and see how I go in 15 mintues.
                224

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                • #23
                  244 average on my first go.

                  Happy to be average.

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                  • #24
                    183

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Cursed View Post
                      244 average on my first go.

                      Happy to be average.
                      Yeah.....I can see why you would be.........
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                      Remember--The early bird catches the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese!

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                      • #26
                        Man I'm slow lol
                        live between the flip and the tilt

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                        • #27
                          216 ms

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                          what a great web site. has heaps of interesting measures of your ability, also shows how old and slow you get...

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                          • #28
                            167 avg and then 174 avg 10 mins later. pretty knackered after a long day. still crap at pinball.
                            The HillDweller

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                            • #29
                              Heh might wait until I can get to my PC instead of this ancient iPad Air

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                              • #30
                                How many of you peeps know what the data you have freely given is being used for, and by whom?

                                Cheers,

                                G

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