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SubjectBest tables? new Reply to this message
Posted byashie
Posted on04/11/03 01:29 PM



i don't know if this is OT or not...but i haven't seen any good VPinball tables except for Ian Boffin's (Attack From Mars, Arabian Nights, Circus Voltaire, and Theater of Magic).

Has he released any new tables lately and/or are there any other tables of that quality (and fun, as per those tables being rather good games) ?




SubjectRe: Best tables? Reply to this message
Posted bycapslock
Posted on04/11/03 04:05 PM



> i don't know if this is OT or not...but i haven't seen any good VPinball tables
> except for Ian Boffin's (Attack From Mars, Arabian Nights, Circus Voltaire, and
> Theater of Magic).
>
> Has he released any new tables lately and/or are there any other tables of that
> quality (and fun, as per those tables being rather good games) ?
>

There have been many good VP/VPM tables, IMO. You can check out the latest releases over at VPForums and over at VPFreeForums.

For VPFreeForums, registration is required, but it's free to register, and there's a recent thread in VPFF as of right now on this very subject (regarding recommended tables, i.e. Addam's Family, Star Trek TNG, Twilight Zone, Scared Stiff, Indiana Jones, etc).

Also, you might want to check out
Scapino's work as well.

Pics for some VP and VPM tables (though a number of screenshots are for older versions) can be found
here and here.

As for other VPM tables that Ian's worked on, check out Monster Bash.





SubjectRe: Best tables? new Reply to this message
Posted byStevOz
Posted on05/06/03 10:09 AM



> > i don't know if this is OT or not...but i haven't seen any good VPinball
> tables
> > except for Ian Boffin's (Attack From Mars, Arabian Nights, Circus Voltaire,
> and
> > Theater of Magic).
> >
> > Has he released any new tables lately and/or are there any other tables of
> that
> > quality (and fun, as per those tables being rather good games) ?
> >
>
> There have been many good VP/VPM tables, IMO. You can check out the latest
> releases over at VPForums and over at VPFreeForums.
>
> For VPFreeForums, registration is required, but it's free to register, and
> there's a recent thread in VPFF as of right now on this very subject (regarding
> recommended tables, i.e. Addam's Family, Star Trek TNG, Twilight Zone, Scared
> Stiff, Indiana Jones, etc).
>
> Also, you might want to check out Scapino's work as well.
>
> Pics for some VP and VPM tables (though a number of screenshots are for older
> versions) can be found here and here.
>
> As for other VPM tables that Ian's worked on, check out Monster Bash.
>
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