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SubjectRe: What is a Bang Back and a Slam Tilt ? Reply to this message
Posted bybluejaywpg
Posted on05/21/01 00:50 AM



> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to implement tilting in my Control Panel...
>
> I was able to figure out these (in Visual Pinball):
> - Z Til Left
> - Space Tilt Center
> - / Tilt Right
> - Home Slam Tilt ?????
> - T Bang Back ?????
>
> Can you describe me the way to do a Slam Tilt and a Bank back in a real pinball
> machine so I can try to implement these in my CP.

Yeah I believe a slam tilt is when you hit the coin door because a coin is stuck - it was probably implemented because banging the coin door wrecks the devices that accept a quarter or reject a slug. If you activate it then all games in progress are lost & the machine is reset - much like CTRL-ALT-DELETE under DOS. All credits not yet used are kept however.

Not sure about bang-back but I know that pinball machines were often equipped with a hidden pinball on rails which activates a full tilt when it reaches the end of the rails. Perhaps this is the bang-back tilt?

Jay
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*What is a Bang Back and a Slam Tilt ?  regismalt05/20/01 01:01 PM
.*Bang Backs explained  Dorsola05/22/01 01:06 AM
..Re: What is a Bang Back and a Slam Tilt ?  bluejaywpg05/21/01 00:50 AM
.*Re: What is a Bang Back and a Slam Tilt ?  computerblue05/20/01 02:33 PM
..*Re: What is a Bang Back and a Slam Tilt ?  Mrhide05/30/01 04:27 AM
...*Ohh.. a "real" one  Mrhide05/30/01 04:29 AM