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SubjectRe: How can i tell if the game is the original "final" version? Reply to this message
Posted bybluejaywpg
Posted on07/30/01 09:13 PM



How do you define "complete"? If you mean that no more changes are required & the table is considered "perfect" or near-perfect then very few tables will fit. (Scared Stiff, Comet, Bride Of Pinbot & the odd other...) If you mean that simply every physical aspect is simulated & the gameplay is pretty much like the real table (not too concerned about prettiness/graphics) then more tables would fit. (White Water, Police Force, High Speed, Terminator 2, Space Shuttle, etc.)

> i have seen lots of pinball tables for download but i dont want to download them
> if they are not complete (has all the objects and colour as the arcade version)
> could anyone please tell me where i can get full versions?
> thanks
>


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*How can i tell if the game is the original "final" version?  bytestorm07/30/01 03:41 PM
..Re: How can i tell if the game is the original "final" version?  bluejaywpg07/30/01 09:13 PM
.*Re: How can i tell if the game is the original "final" version?  AJR07/30/01 06:03 PM
.*Re: How can i tell if the game is the original "final" version?  BIO07/30/01 06:02 PM