> Yes you can change the game's settings.
> For the wpc era games (1990 and forward), use the 'end' key to open the coin
> door.. Sometables it's automatically left open. Use the 0 key to go into test
> mode. From there, navigate(up/down) with 8 and 9 keys.. 7 key acts like a
> cancel. These keys simulate the buttons on the coin door of the real pinball
> game. You set the adjustments, in the "Adjustments" menu, which usually allows
> changing # of balls..
> Free play, can not be changed on *some* roms, ie TZ9_4H, and AFM 113. Those were
> "home" only versions released to collcetors, and to prevent them being used in
> arcades the developer made it free only always!
> > Can you use PinMame to adjust dipswitches like number of balls and freeplay vs
> > credit play? Will these changes then be retained when you use the same rom
> > Visual Pinball/Visual PinMame? I'm trying to increase some of the tables to 5
> > balls and trying to switch some games out of freeplay and as of yet have had
> > success.
> > I am still amazed at the fact that someone figured out a way to connect a
> > pinball simulation to a real working pinball rom so the simulation would
> > like the real table.