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    Vpgl5 ?

    If there's enough players interested, it would be good to start afresh, new year, new comp, but going back to the old style - 1 game per 2 weeks of play per table.

    I'm not sure about format, and VP10 has thrown another possible option in there too. though at this stage, vp10 seems to be quite demanding on a system, so not everyone can run it well. So maybe vp9, pm5 ? thoughts ?

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    I am keen to play but my computer doesn't handle VP10 (stutters badly).
    Old format is preferred for me.

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    I'd say it's all in fun and open it up to any title VPX, VP9 or VP9 pm5, just show your ss and score and version used. VPX tables even running at full clip here are not any easier by any means, though obviously if a title is not available for all VP versions it should not be considered as it was.

    That said perhaps if a VPX version is not available then it could still be included...I can run all VP versions, they are not mutually exclusive.

    I have a feeling many VPX releases have already been contested and some VPX releases of late may not be available in earlier versions , though I'm cool with that.
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    Not sure if I am able to commit to the full run, but am keen to start off if I'm able to.

    And yeah my system cant handle newer stuff.
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    Maybe like @StevOz says, throw it open to all versions, as long as a table can be played by all. That would leave people to choose whatever version they like.

    In which case I nominate:

    The Walking Dead (pm5)
    Metallica (pm5)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammasized View Post
    Maybe like @StevOz says, throw it open to all versions, as long as a table can be played by all. That would leave people to choose whatever version they like.

    In which case I nominate:

    The Walking Dead (pm5)
    Metallica (pm5)

    I have been playing those 2 more than anything else lately. Not doing well on Metallica at all although I am learning some rules.

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    There's an updated TWD coming out soon with a fully 3D modelled well zombie and prison zombie. Reckon it will be a great table in a couple more revisions, is already fun just needs some cosmetic work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammasized View Post
    Maybe like @StevOz says, throw it open to all versions, as long as a table can be played by all. That would leave people to choose whatever version they like.

    In which case I nominate:

    The Walking Dead (pm5)
    Metallica (pm5)

    My system cant handle sam games either. It used to be loadable but not really playable.
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    I'm keen. Can't commit but like the format. Loved the comp between members and trying to beat them.
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    Is a virtual pin required for this or can it be played via a keyboard?
    I don't have either at the moment but am keen to play.


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