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I was going to use one of these as my avatar, but I think I'll keep my pimp bus for awhile. These are from the Viper Night Drivin' pinball game.

[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/330vanim_stop.gif[/image]
[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/330vanim_shift.gif[/image]
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Is that the code for what goes into those $4K+ Pinball machines? Man! Some clarification is required here. MadMan please elaborate.

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JGK95 said:
Is that the code for what goes into those $4K+ Pinball machines? Man! Some clarification is required here. MadMan please elaborate.

Jay K.
I found this stuff on the web a few days ago. It is the animation that plays on the dot-matrix display of the Viper Night Drivin' pinball game. Either the manufacturer supplied it or someone took the code directly off the computer chips from one of the games. The dot-matrix display shows your score etc. and is located in the picture below where it says Sega. I think new pinball machines go anywhere from $4,500-$6,000 brand new. Although I think all the US companies are out of the business now. This Viper game came out in 1998 and goes for around $1,300-$2,000. I see them on E-bay from time to time. I have 4 pinball machines myself and will get the Viper pinball machine one day just because of the theme. The actual game isn't that great playing of a pinball game however. But it does have some cool glo balls that shine under a black light. The Bally Corvette pinball machine is actually better in my opinion, although the Viper car is better than the Vette in my opinion also.

[image]http://www.system16.com/sega/pinball/viper/V.JPG[/image]

Check out this link too. Plus check out the prototype backglass below from the never went into production original Viper pinball game. I know the person who owns this one of a kind game and actually got to play it for a little while. Sega Pinball Machines

[image]http://www.system16.com/sega/pinball/viper/VBGPROTO.JPG[/image]

Plus here's a picture of the playfield or the production Viper game.
[image]http://www.system16.com/sega/pinball/viper/VFIELD.JPG[/image]
 
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