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    Visual Pinball League 1 - Game 5: JOKER POKER [FINISHED]

    JOKER POKER



    nominated by Jammasized

    TOURNEY RULES

    - 10 tables chosen at random from the table nomination list using the random.org website... games will start on the weekend and go for 2 weeks
    - No user-modded tables (ie play the VP forums default downloaded table, at default difficulty setting)
    - No buy-ins or continues etc
    - High Score must be from game played at time of competition - ie don't just post your already existing high score
    - Any version of Visual Pinball may be used ie VP8, VP9, and any version of table
    - you can play desktop table, or full screen table suit yourself
    - Submit score by screen dump or take a pic and post in this thread. New picture for each new score.

    This tourney and rules are a work in progress so things could change when we find stuff out... anyone got any ideas or suggestions at any time please share...

    If you haven't nominated a table and want to join in no problems - go to the nominations thread and nominate up to 5 choices and I'll add them in.

    Most of all, lets have some fun.....! Who will be crowned the AA Vpin Wizard ?

    PROGRESS SCORES:

    1. Dedrok: 933,390
    2. Foot: 840,680
    3. Jammasized: 555,750
    4. Kane: 534,910
    5. MrBungle: 500,650
    6. Ozstick: 494,690

    7. Stuzza: 214,850
    Last edited by Jed; 21st April 2013 at 07:36 PM.

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    Bit more

    Joker poker
    Serpiko v1.0

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    Pinuck makes incredible tables. This feels and looks very real in the cab

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    Cool. Another table I haven't played and is not on my cab. Downloading it now....

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    Seems a bit touchy on the tilt...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammasized View Post
    Pinuck makes incredible tables. This feels and looks very real in the cab
    Pinuck did the FS mod from the serpiko desktop version from memory, but he does a great job regardless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedrok View Post
    Pinuck did the FS mod from the serpiko desktop version from memory, but he does a great job regardless.
    I have more than 100 Full screen, 2-screen db2s tables on my cab, and I still think this is one of the nicest virtual tables I have seen out of all - this and Abra Ca Dabra I think I would put top 2.

    The detail is incredible, down to the line of wear on the drop targets, where the ball has 'hit' them repeatedly

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane View Post
    Seems a bit touchy on the tilt...

    kane, if you set your x scale to 0.8925 the view will be nice and not widebody. These were mostly still built using 4:3 ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammasized View Post
    I have more than 100 Full screen, 2-screen db2s tables on my cab, and I still think this is one of the nicest virtual tables I have seen out of all - this and Abra Ca Dabra I think I would put top 2.

    The detail is incredible, down to the line of wear on the drop targets, where the ball has 'hit' them repeatedly
    Do you have his Jacks Open, plays nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedrok View Post
    kane, if you set your x scale to 0.8925 the view will be nice and not widebody. These were mostly still built using 4:3 ratio.

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    Do you have his Jacks Open, plays nice.
    Yeah another doozy. I also am fairly addicted to Bally Star Trek '79, Centigrade 37.

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