YES on ALL!
Good score. Certainly higher than mine.
YES on ALL! :)
No ID, but benefit of the doubt. Voting YES!
First vote. Voting YES!
I have this one. :)
I have the Sega Master System version. :)
'New, from K-Tel, the Record Vac.' I actually had one of those. I still have some of their vinyl and CD releases.
I'm glad you mentioned that the score was at 5:16, because it wasn't up long. I even had to freeze it to see it. :)
Having both Dyselxia and ADHD I initially misread the name of the game as Boris The Bald.
One of those rare occassions where the (User) name placard is larger than the platform the game was played on. :)
That 9 sure looked like an 8, even staring at it I wasn't sure, so I enlarged yet. Yep, it's a 9.
I don't see a lot of TRS-80 (aka Trash 80) scores. I didn't even consider that you took your User name from the CoCo. Man, am I thick.
Ok, I meant the SC-3000. Man, I wish we could edit our posts.
No, the card slots are the same size but the North American SMS has a different BIOS than the Japanese SMS (its BIOS is a later version). The only other difference is what Sega chose to call them. Sega My Cards in Japan. Sega Cards everwhere else.
I don't have any European cards to try, because the U.S. got the most card games outside of Japan. Japan got the most of course.
If you want a lot of bang for the buck (and you can find one that is affordable) I can reccomend the Japanese SMS. It is compatible with the SG-1000, Mk. III, SMS, and Othello Multivision. It has built-in the Yamaha FM Sound chip (in addition to the Texas Instruments Sound chip), plus bult-in 3D hardware and Rapid Fire. No built-in game however. It has become semi-rare, so is usually a little pricey these days. Even harder to find is an Othello Multivision (2 models, FG-1000; FG-2000), a liscensed SG-1000/SG3000 clone manufactured by Tsukuda Original. It is extremely mega-rare!. It DID have a built-in game, Othello. There were game released for the Multivision, such as Sannin Mahjong,Challenge Derby, Okamato Ayako no Match Play Golf, Space Armor, and 007 James Bond. However, the Japanese Master System will play those as well.
No problem. Plus I really appreciate the effort you put into your evidence. Well done. :)
Yep, that sounds like the ones that I saw. My fingers are too big to something like that.
You're welcome! :)
First vote. Voting YES!
I haven't had much luck with SD cards and ROMS. I've only tried it with AtGame clones though.
Please start adding identification to your score submissions. Your User name written on a piece of paper and taped to the monitor whould help considerably.
I had to enlarge the image and even then it was very blurry and hard to see. But I was able to make it out, just barely though.
Please start adding Idenification. Your User name taped to the monitor would be helpful.
Next time though add some Identification to the photo or screenshot.
How small is that thing? I've seen some sorta like it in the Dave & Busters ticket redemption store, but they are way too small for me to use and they look ultra cheap, so I haven't picked any up.
Clever game title. It reminds me of the title of a game for the Atari 2600, Tanks But No Tanks. :)
All I'm missing is the Datasette drive. It looks like you are using a standard portable cassette recorder. I wonder if they still make those.
YES on ALL!
Congrats on achieving a MAX score. :)
My YouTube channel is called cessnaace, as in an ace at flying a Cessna. I use to fly Cessnas as part of my flight training, but had to give it up due to a car accident when I was 28 (I'm now 60).
Here is a link to my account:
I haven't posted a new video in about 3 years, although I still have subscribers asking me when I'm coming back, and the answer is 'as soon as I can.' My channel doesn't just cover games, although that's how it started. I also have huge collections of DVDs, LaserDiscs, Die Cast vehicles, etc. In fact my Trailer Video is of my Film Projector Collection (I collect 16mm film prints too).
While I've been inactive as a poster I'm a very active YouTube subsciber (approx. 2,000 channels) so my Viewing History might prove interesting. I also support YouTubers through Patreon. One of the channels that I support is a gamer than I've known on YouTube for ages. "Guru" Larry Bundy, Jr. He's told me that he's just waiting for me to come back, and then he'll give my channel a push, which is cool.
"Guru" Larry's channel
You are welcome. :)
You're welcome. :)
Screenshot 1: My new High Score of 18,074,497 on Space Frontier table.
Screenshot 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Space Frontier table. Currently ranked 115th.
Screenshot 3: Local High Scores for Space Frontier table. All of these scores are mine.
Screenshot 4: Achievements that I have earned on the Space Frontier table. I earned the Warp Speed Achievement during this game.
Screenshot 5: My new High Score of 18,074,497 displayed on the Space Frontier table.
Note: I wasn't even trying to earn a new High Score during this game. Every day there is a new Challenge presented and I had three that I was working on, including completing 9 missions on the Space Frontier table. I not only completed that Challenge but one on the Brix table as well.
This score should place you at the top. Congrats. :)
I've never seen one of those double-ended cartridges in person.
You creamed my score. In fact this should place you 1st once it is voted Legit.
Your post bummed me out. You want to know why? The CPU chip in my Intellivision died and the repair place that I took it too told me that it was impossible to fix because the CPU chip was custom made for Mattel and impossible to source a replacement. They must not have known what they were talking about.
Anyway, I threw my Intellivision and Intellivoice Module away. I also traded all of my CIB Intellivision games in for other games, except for the rare Statium Mud Buggies, which I gave to a viewer on my YouTube channel. That game is very hard to find a loose copy of, much less my CIB copy.
Let's see. On my channel I also gave away a CIB Atari VCS Heavy Sixer to a viewer in the U.S., a box full of CIB Atari Jaguar games to a viewer in Japan, and traded 3 boxes of CIB Atari 2600 games with a viewer in the U.K. in exchange for 2 boxes full of European exclusives for the Sega Master System.
Screenshot 1: My New High Score (Best) on Brix table.
Screenshot 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboad for Brix table. I am currently ranked 50th.
Screenshot 3: Local High Scores for Brix table. All of these scores are mine.
Screenshot 4: My new High Score of 7,190,500 displayed on the Brix table.
My score for Zoom 909 has an evidence photo showing the game card, box, and manual. :)
Great. That kind of evidence helps. :)
Thanks. I appreciate that. ?
I will if I haven't already.
Thanks. I appreciate that.
A photo of your console with your User name would have been helpful.
This serves to remind me that I need to buy more games for my Japanese SMS (compatible with SG-1000 games).
I'll have to search out a copy of this. It looks much nicer than the 2600 port.
Good question. I don't know either.
Have you seen my post in the General Forums? I posted a question on how to go about submitting my Avitar to Atari Age when ordering a custom Atari 2600 Cartridge. I use this same avitar for my YouTube channel as well. It is a drawing of me done by one of my viewers. I also want the text MarkMSH printed on the face label (lower portion beneath where the drawing ends, and on the spine of posssible. How do I go about it? I want to use it in evidence photos.
Thank you very much. :)
Thank you. It's much appreciated! :)
Thanks. I appreciate that. :)
A good looking wedge-head. :)
No problem. :)
So NOT a precursor to strip 'em ups like the 'Deep Space: WAIFU' series then. :)
Screenshot 1: Daily Event; Wild West table. Ranked 23rd. New Best. The Daily Event changes daily (makes sense to me).
Screenshot 2: Daily Event Leaderboard (Snapshot); Wild West table. Ranked 23rd.
Screenshot 3: Wild West table Local Scores. All of these scores are mine. Score #1. Score #3 was the score that was just voted Legit.
Screenshot 4: My new High Score of 209,734,308 displayed on the Wild West table.
Note: I was quite excited to achieve a score ranked in the top 25, as over 3,000 people play these tables on Steam. When you play a table for the first time there are some default scores in the Local Scores attributed to non existing players. I've played this table so many times that I've since surpassed all of the default scores. Me scores are my scores (if that makes sense). The Wild West table is the one that I've shown the most improvement on. :)
Voting YES of course!
I have this game for the NES. Actually, what I have is a repro of the prototype.
Sorry, but I've been known to do it too. Primarily when it's late in the morning and I just posted a new score. I've noticed that the Troll comes out about that time, and I don't want it to be the first to vote on a score.
I should buy a copy of this. I already own R-Type for the Sega Master System. :)
Creative way to include your User name. :)
Voted YES on ALL! :)
No problem. I just wish that I could type. lol.
I just submitted 2 new scores myself.
First vote, and it's YES!
I just submitted 2 new scores that need voting on. :)
First vote. It's YES!
I just submitted two more scores. :)
Welcome to High Score. It looks legit to me. It also looks like it was played on a Commodore 128 in C64 Mode, which is not emulation, as the C128 is hardware compatible. Voting YES!
To other High Score Users
20thcenturygaming begins entering in their Username towards the end of the video, but ran out of characters.
This looks like a homebrew. I need to try and find a copy. This looks legit, althought you entered in initials other than your set initals of WTO. But it does look like a shortened version of your Username, so I'm voting YES!
This kinda looks like Gauntlet. I know Atarti released Guantlet for the Atari 7800 as Dark Chambers, because I own a copy.
No Identification visible, unless I missed it. It otherwise looks legitimate. Voting YES!
Again, welcome to High Score. It looks like you will be quite active here. :)
I'm almost afraid to ask what the object of this game is. It looks like you break-away parts of her dress. lol.
You're new. Welcome to High Score!
Please consider voting for my scores. I have several that need just 1 or 2 more votes. Thanks in advance, :)
True of my North American SMS Model 1. "Hang-On" was the built-in game. My Japanese SMS Model has no built-in game. But the Japanese SMS is still great, because it's backwards compaitble with games for the SG-1000 and the Mk. III. It also has the 3-D hardware built-in. Rapid Fire built-in. And the Yamaha FM sound chip built-in.
Thank you. :)
No, I haven't.
With just the licensed ones there are tons of systems out there.
YES on ALL!
You beat my score by about 5,000 points. I played my game on my Woody 4-Switch back before the power switch shorted out.
Video has Indenitication folks, near the begining. :)
I have several U.S. Games releases, but somehow I've never run across this one. Was it expensive?
No identification. Skipping for now.
There's no identification in the photo. Skipping for now.
This was my first Master System game, as my SMS came with Hang-On built-in.
It's a TecToy. The Master System Evolution was sold in Brazil and came in either blue or black, They were officially liscensed from Sega. TecToy released a lot of Sega Master System variations including a pink console called the Master Girl and even a wireless model.
Voting is my next stop. :)
No problem, and I voted YES on the newly submitted scores. :)
First vote, and it's YES! :)
Nice retro PC. I still have a lot of PC games on 5.25" floppies and 3.5" diskettes, but have no way to play them.
I had to enlarge the photo to see the score. It is correct sir.
I miss my Intellivision.
That's an easy mistake to make. Voting YES!
Great time! Voting YES!
I own over 300 NES games so naturally I own this one (CIB). It was a launch title. Voting YES!
I have this game, but haven't played it in years. Voting YES!
WOW! Great score. Voting YES!
It looks like you removed this score as well, but it looks good to me.
I figured that it was simply a mix-up of files.
Thanks! After you voted though the Troll voted next. Guess how it voted.
I just posted a new score that needs voting on.
That will help with others. I've already voted YES as I mentioned.
That score sure disappears in a hurry. Watching it a second time I finally caught it. :)
I noticed! I voted YES on it. :)
I've always wanted to try this game but lack the proper console.
You're new here. Welcome. :)
Your getting a lot of no votes on your Tron: Deadly Discs score. This is probably due to a lack of Identification in the photo. Write your Username (alphamale) on a piece of paper and tape it to your TV Monitor. That it the easiest method.
I'm skipping voting on this score for now. Please either submit additional evidence or remove the score. The more NO votes that you get the lower your Legit rating will go.
You sure have posted a lot of scores since last night.
Er, my name is Mark, not Matt. What's going on around here tonight?
Your evidence shows that you achieved a faster time then you are submitting. Skipping for now.
The 1st photo has your score as 1:59:78. Why did you submit a slower time (2:00:18)? Skipping for now.
I use to run into this one a lot but not so much anymore. I play it whenever I see it though. :)
What's so funny?
Atari Age sells ColecoVision games including those from Team Pixelboy.
I had to disable both of my anti virus programs to vote on this score. But I will reenable after I vote. Weird.
WOW! Voting YES!
WOW! Amazing score.
If this were a photo then you could add your User name as evidence that this score was achieved by you, but this looks like a screenshot. Plus, every score that I've seen submitted for this game has had no identification either. So what the hey.
I don't get it either. And it's EVERY score that I submit that gets 1 NO vote. Early on that wasn't the case. Most of my scores were being voted 100% Legit. Whenever some one would comment on a problem I either added additional evidence or I removed the score all together.
And as I told S.BAZ, if there is a problem with someone's submitted score I have a procedure for dealing with it:
1) I post a comment informing them of the problem. Depending on what the problem is I either advise them to add additional evidence or to remove the score all together.
2) Instead of voting NO I skip voting on that score. I always post a comment as to why I am skipping voting. As far as I can remember I've only voted NO a small handful of times. The time that we were Rick Rolled (the only submitted evidence was the music video by Rick Astley), the time when the only evidence provided was a YouTube video of people bowling, and on the rare occasions when I've told someone that they had submitted a score for the wrong game, or lacked any credible evidence, and never removed the score evenhough I warned them ahead of time that that would happen if they didn't do something soon. I can count the total number of NO votes that I've cast on one hand.
I think that I've been more than fair in this regard. It would be far easier for me to just vote NO instead of going through all the steps that I go through. But I won't let 1 or 2 trolls alter my way of doing things.
I don't see any decernable difference between the evidence for that submitted score and many others which had at least one no vote.
As far as Game Boy games are concerned the score is legit even if it is played on a GBC, GBA, or GameCube GamePlayer. You and I have talked about this I believe. They all use hardware that is 100% GB compatible. Not even the GameCube GamePlayer uses emulation. It uses actual GB hardware.
I used to have scores that received a 100% Legit rating. If anything my evidence is even better now than back then.
Why I am being trolled makes no sense. I rarely vote no (accept that time that we were Rick Rolled). If there is a problem with the submission I add a comment telling the submitter what is wrong with the submission. I then suggest that they remove the score or submit additional evidence. I then skip voting on it (which I tell them). If the same user is chronically submitting scores with poor evidence I post submission guidelines on their User Page.
I wish the Atari Flashbacks had a cartridge slot. I own the Atari Flashback 6 and Atari Flashback 7. I've added the Atari Flashback 8 Gold Edition, Intellivision Flashback, and Coleco Flashback to my Amazon Wish List. Who knows, my wife might get me one of them for Christmas (although I've been lobbying hard for a Nintendo Switch).
I can't see the cartridge naturally, but Bubble Bobble was hardly a late release. It was, however, also ported to the Game Boy Color. Maybe someone switched out the original ROM board. That happened to me once, although it was another GB game. I thought I was buying one game, but the cartridge contained Tetris, which of course is a very common game for the GB.
I gave my original Heavy-sixer to another Youtuber. I bought it in late '77 or early '78. I even sent her the original box. It was an early one made in the U.S. With my Woody 4-switch the power switch developed a short. So, I bought a 2600 Jr. It died. So now I own a second 2600 Jr. (and still have the Woody 4-switch).
Note: In screenshots 5 and 7 you can see the Shooting minigame playfield. This is hard enough, but I never fail to get a ball up there during Multiball. Imagine, trying to hit your target in that upper playfield (you control your shooting ball with the flippers) while at the same time trying to keep the other ball in play on the main playfield (again with the flippers). Hard!
Screenshot 3: Steam Leaderboard for the Mafia table. I am currently ranked 18th.
No name tag, but I know how cumbersome it can be to lug one around.
Great score! :)
I've never seen that one before.
Congrats! Your score should be high enough to earn you the top spot.
Talk about your easy to see name tag.
Some of the name tags that I've run across are not lit well and are hard to make out. When that's the case, or if the score display is really small, I right click (on my mouse) and select "open image in new tab." Then I can enlarge it, which usually helps. Just write 'bubufubu (BUB)" in ink on a piece of paper and tape it to your CRT. That's what I use to do back when I was submitting scores for consoles and hand helds. Actually, I need to go back to playing my old console games sometime soon.
Sometimes I think it's a bitter User who wasn't following submission guidelines so received a lot of no votes. Instead of following the guidelines they troll instead. It's just a theory. We have been getting a lot of new Users lately. While most of them have been following the submission guidelines a few have not been.
Lastnight I decided to do something about it and so I posted submission guidelines for http://highscore.com/ in my Activity Feed on Steam, so everyone who is a friend of mine on Steam has seen it. I have hundreds of friends there. I tend to promote http://highscore.com/ a lot on Steam. Hopefully I haven't been inviting Trolls to join up here.
Screenshot 1: Local High Scores; Score #1. The Steam Leaderboards only list the top 20 scores for each table. I fell short.
Screenshot 2: Score w/Name Entry Screen.
Screenshot 3: Table Selection Screen; Snow table selected.
Screenshot 4: Overhead view of the Snow table before the start if the game.
Screenshot 5: Another view of the Snow table.
Screenshots 6 & 7: Guide for Snow table.
Note: The developer (OOO Gameprom) creates Pinball tables for iOS and Android devices, releasing the tables seperately as part of a series, Pinball HD. The app releases of this particular table were released as Snow Pinball. The tables in this series then show up in Pinball HD Collection on Steam. Note: Pinball HD Collection on Steam is still missing some tables.
As apps they have been released as:
Da Vinci Pinball
Dream Land Pinball
Jungle Style Pinball
Red Planet Pinball
Street Racing Pinball
The Deep Pinball
Wild West Pinball
Zombie Attack Pinball
(Missing from Pinball HD Collection so far)
AC/DC Pinball Rocks
Slayer Pinball Rocks
+3 more HD Pinball tables someone mentioned on Steam that I haven't come across yet. When I first bought this game on Steam it included 12 tables. Then 3 more were added. Then another was added (NOT as DLC; they simply were added to the game at no additional cost).
As I said on your Home Page, welcome.
You're new here, so welcome.
I voted YES (tecnhically I shouldn't have) on your River Raid score but it has a lot of no votes. This is probably because you did not adhere to the submission guidelines here. Have your User name and/or Set initials in your photo evidence (both if possible). Take a photo of the console with the cartridge or disc inserted, and a photo of the difficulty settings if possible. Play videos are encouraged, especially with really high scores. You can upload them here from Twitch, Facebook, or Youtube.
I would suggest that you remove your score and resubmit it with the proper evidence. I hope to see more score submissions from you.
I've only played it in The Pinball Arcade. Eventhough FarSight lost the Bally/Williams license it is still in my TPA collection of tables, because I buy everything.
Zen Studios now has the Bally/Williams license, and will begin releasing Williams table packs on Steam for their Pinball FX3 game next month. Each Williams pack will have three tables, and cost just $9.99 per pack. FarSight charges that much per table! When they release the Williams Volume 1 pack Fish Tales will be included for free. I've played the beta version and it's great! If you go to the Pinball FX3 forums on Steam Zen Studios is taking suggestions on which tables to offer.
It would be great to meet you one day.
It looks like you committed suicide with 3 lives left. I quit with 4 lives left, but as I remember it that was a 4 hour game as it was.
I LOVE pinball! :)
This table is very Steampunk like.
I had to resubmit my score for "Pinball HD Collection: Halloween." My submitted score was 500,000 points too low.
Note: Resubmitted because I'm dyslexic and submitted a score 500,000 points lower than the evidence proves.
Screenshot 1: Local Scores for the Halloween table. I just achieved this score.
Screenshot 2: Steam Leaderboard for the Halloween table. Ranked 14th.
Screenshot 3: Name Entry Screen w/Score. :)
Screenshot 4: Table Selection Screen.
Screenshot 5: Overhead view of Halloween table.
Screenshot 6: Another look at the Halloween table.
Note: I hadn't been able to score high enough to make the Leaderboard as it only lists the top 20 scores and I'm not good at this table. Tonight I thought I'd play this table using the overhead view for a change. I made it! :)
Table Callout That I've Grown To Hate: "Which Witch is the Kitchen Witch? The Kitchen Witch is the Witch which is in the kitchen."
Screenshot 1: Local Scores for the Halloween table. I just achieved this score.
Screenshot 6: Another look at the Halloween table.
Screenshot 1: Local Scores for Jungle Style table.
Screenshot 2: Table Selection Screen.
Screenshot 3: Overhead view of table. I don't normally play this view but I tried it tonight.
Note: When I first bought Pinball HD Collection on Steam there were 12 tables. Then 15. Now 16. I didn't really notice it because the developer has never charged for the extra tables. They just show up. I've discovered that this is a true collection, in that the developer firsts releases the tables for Android and iOS as seperate apps. Eventually they wind up added to this 'collection.'
Last night I did some research and found that the same developer is currently offering two more tables as Android and iOS apps:
-AC/DC Pinball Rocks-Slayer Pinball Rocks
They haven't (as yet) been added to Pinball HD Collection on PC (Steam), but I'll keep an eye open for them. :)
I'm not sure about my Japanese SMS. I'm fairly certain that everything is original. I AM sure about my U.S. Model 1. I bought it new back in the day and still have the original box.
WOW! Great score! :)
Forgive the typos.
The Pinball Arcade (Developer: FarSight Studios)
They have licensing agreements with Gottlieb, Alvin G. and Company, and Stern. They recently lost the license for the Bally/Williams tables, so the 61 Bally/Williams tables that they had released for TPA are no longer available. However they have a licensing agreement with Stern, which covers tables made decades ago by Stern Electronics, those made by Stern Pinball from 1999 onward, and those made by Sega Pinball and Data East Pinball. I own all 100 tables released thus far (including the 61 Bally/Williams tables).
Most recently released: Stern Pack 3 was released earlier this month, and contains 2 tables. Big Buck Hunter Pro and Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons. $14.95 for both, or $9.98 each.
Pinball FX3 (Developer: Zen Studios)
This is an interesting game. There are tables based on generic themes. Several of them. They lisence a lot of IPs. They have released 3 Jurassic Park tables; 3 Alien(s) tables; 3 Universal tables (Jaws, Back to the Future, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial); 4 Fox tables (American Dad, Archer, Bob's Burger's, Family Guy); 3 Bethesda Games tables; a The Walking Dead table; over a dozen Star Wars tables; over a dozen Marvel tables. When FarSight Studios lost the Bally/Williams license Zen Studios picked it up. 4 Bally/Williams tables will be released next month. Fish Tales will be free. The remaining three will be sold together as Williams Pinball Volume 1. It will be DLC for Pinball FX3. It will release next month at $9.99 (a lot cheaper than TPA). Total tables available now: 78.
Most recently released: Star Wars Solo Pack (3 new Star Wars tables).
Currently does not support VR.
Zaccaria Pinball (Developed by Magic Pixel)
Zaccaria was an actualy pinball machine manufacturer from 1977 to 1987). They were based in Italy. They have been 42 actual Zaccaria tables released. They have finished digitizing real tables. They have released 27 Retro tables, and have no plans to release any more. They are free when you buy the original table that the Retro is based on. They have released 17 Remake tables, and 10 Award tables. They are still working on Remake tables. So they have released 97 tables to date. I recommend the Platuinum Bundle. You get all 97 tables.
Most Recent Released: Early this month they released the last digitized table, Top Hand (1974), plus 7 Retros. I got a discount because I own the Platinum Bundle. Top Hand was $1.49. The 7 Retros were free.
Thanks Rob! :)
I bought it on Steam (PC) as part of The Pinball Arcade. Specifically, it is part of Stern Pack 2 (DLC). I also own it as part of Stern Pinball Arcade. Both TPA and SPA are developed by FarSight Studios. TPA has been released for Windows PC (Steam), MacOS (thru the Mac app store and Steam), Android, iOS. There are also versions for the PS4 and Xbox One I believe.
The system requirements for Stern Pinball Arcade are much higher than for The Pinball Arcade. Plus, FarSight has stopped releasing exclusive content for it. Meanwhile, the have added the few SPA exclusive tables to TPA. This includes AC/DC, Mustang Premium, and Star Trek Premium Edition.
YES on ALL
I have a CIB repro of an unreleased prototype of a sequel called Secret Ties. I bought it from TheNESDump. (Their website seems to have been taken down.
I have several Dizzy games for the NES.They were released in the U.S. by Camerica.
I have this one. Great score! :)
I've got both of my Sega Master Systems out. The U.S. Model 1 and the Japanese SMS (which also plays games for the SG-1000, Mk. III, SC3000, and the Otello Multivision). All I have to do is swap the AV and Power Supply cables to switch from one to the other.
Screenshot 6: Met the Storage Facility Multiball Goal.
Screenshot 7: Terror Dog Champion. :)
Screenshot 1: Local High Scores. 5th Score.
Screenshot 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. Friends ranking. Ranked 33rd.
Screenshot 3: The Pinball Arcade Table Selection; Alphabetical order. Ghostbuster Premium selected.
Screenshot 4: Ghostbusters Premium Standard Goals. Just one more to go.
Screenshot 5: Ghostbusters Premium Edition Flyer. I have a real one in my Flyer collection. :)
Give me 5 minutes and I will post another one. :)
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Dream Land table. Ranked 5th at the time.
Screenshot 2: Local Scores.
Note: These screenshots were taken on March 19, 2018.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Arcade table. Ranked 7th at the time.
Screenshot 2: Local Scores for Arcade table.
Screenshot 3: Table Selection Screen; Arcade table.
Note: These screenshots were taken on February 12, 2018.
Screenshot 1: Local High Scores. The Steam Leaderboards only list the top 20 scores for each table. I didn't make the top 20 on The Deep table.
Screenshot 2: Table Selection Screen; The Deep table.
Screenshots 3 & 4: The Deep Guide,
Welcome to High Score. :)
Screenshots 1 & 4: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Carnival table. Currently ranked 88th.
Screenshot 2: My new High Score of 20,897,782 for Carnival table.
Screenshot 3: My current High Score of 20,897,782 displayed on Carnival table.
Great score! ;)
Great time! :)
Amazing Score! :)
You beat me. :(
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. I am currently ranked 20th. Pinball HD Collection Leaderboards only list the top 20 scores.
Screenshot 2: Local High Scores for the Zombie Attack table. All of these scores are mine. While I played a game tonight (Local Score #3) this score that I am submitting was achieved on March 21, 2018 (Local Score #1).
Screenshot 3: Pinball HD Collection table select screen; Zombie Attack.
Screenshots 4 & 5: Zombie Attack Table Guide,.
Screenshot 3: Pinball HD Collection table select screen; Zombie Attack.
Weird seeing the Vectrex emulated.
Yes, it is the sequel to Miner 2049er. The ZX Spectrum version of Bounty Bob Strikes Back was voted the 19th best game of all time in a special issue of Your Sinclair magazine in 2004
I have no VCRs left, although I have over 2,000 pre-recorded VHS and Betamax tapes (I have some releases that go all the way back to 1977). I still have over 100 CED VideoDiscs, over 100 VHD (Japan only format) VideoDiscs, and about 2,000 LaserDiscs (some dating back to 1978). I even have some LaserDisc Test Pressings of cancelled releases. I have a working VHD player and 5 working LaserDisc players. :)
The only CRT that I still have is my original Commordore 64 Color Monitor. My wife wanted to throw the rest out and I went along with it. She let me keep the over 30 consoles that I own so I guess I can't complain.
1% higher than my High Score. I'll have to try again.
I love a game with a pun in the title, like the Atari 2600 game "Tanks But No Tanks."
96% higher than the current High Score. Congrats. :)
It's weird. Every time you post photos of this TV it changes colors. Or seems to. I know it's the light level and what is being displayed on it.
Tape a piece of paper with your user name on it to your TV when taking your evidence photos. It will help you get more yes votes.
I noticed that all of your game consoles to the left of the TV are Nintendos. So do you have all Segas on the right side?
I don't know anything about this game. I checked scores previously posted here. Some have this same score screen, others have a totally different score screen. I'll go ahead an vote YES!
No indentification in your photo. Since your score is 83% lower than the High Score I'm voting YES!
I did check the top score, and noticed that you hold it. But I'm unfamilair with this game so a title screen would have been nice. It would have shown me that you had played that game, eventhough not displaying the score. I also checked out the other scores, and found that the High Score screen was the same for all of the submissions.
I was just being carefull. And in the end, I did vote YES.
Simulation Mode; 5 Balls
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for the Spooky Retro table. I am currently ranked 15th.
Screenshot 2: Spooky Retro table/with Identification crawl.
Screenshot 3: Spooky Retro table rules.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Spooky Retro is on the bottom page.
Notes: Assuming that I have counted correctly this makes the 94th table released by Magic Pixel for "Zaccaria Pinball" on PC (Steam). They aren't finished releasing Retros, and of course they are continuing to develop Remake tables as well. In fact, they are currently casting for the voice used for their next Remake table. They have announced the date of their next Switch update, and have officially announced that they are developing "Zaccaria Pinball" for the Xbox One. This is all on their Facebook page.
Simulation Mode; 3 Balls
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for the Spooky Retro table. I am currently ranked 5th.
Screenshot 3: Spooky Retro table/with Identification crawl.
Screenshot 4: Spooky Retro table rules.
Screenshot 5: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Spooky Retro is on the bottom page.
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Universe Retro table. Currently ranked 5th.
Screenshot 3: Universe Retro table; w/table Indentification crawl.
Screenshot 4: Universe Retro table rules.
Screenshot 5: "Zaccaria Pinball" Title Screen.
Screenshot 6: Retro Table Menu; Release order; second from the right.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Universe Retro table. Currently ranked 15th.
Screenshot 2: Universe Retro table; w/table Indentification crawl.
Screenshot 3: Universe Retro table rules.
Screenshot 4: "Zaccaria Pinball" Title Screen.
Screenshot 5: Retro Table Menu; Release order; second from the right.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Wild West table. Currently ranked 36th.
Screenshot 2: My new High Score on Wild West table.
Screenshot 3: Local High Scores. Score #1 (all of these scores are mine).
Screenshot 4: My new High Score of 87,862,722 displayed on the Wild West table.
Note: You may remember that I just submitted a score for this table (last night I think), but I've removed it and am posting this score in its place. This score is some 50 million points higher and I didn't want to forget to post it. If you wish to compare the two scores, my previous high for this table can be seen in the Local High Scores; Score #2 (Screenshot 3).
Great score! Voting YES.
They seem to be everywhere. Or maybe there's just 1. ALL of my scores get attacked by 1 troll. It's really sad that someone without a life feels compelled to log on here EVERY day just to vote no on everyone else's scores.
Your score submissions are always so easy to vote YES on. The photos are always clear and include the proper evidence. Your submissions make me miss my old Intellivision.
To High Scores Users: I enlarged the first three photos. I can confirm the submitted evidence to be correct. Photo 1 is the title screen. Photo 2 displays that Donkey Kong was selected. Photo 3 displays the score achieved in Very Hard Difficulty. :)
By the way, the compositions of your photos are always top-notch. :)
I wish that you had also posted a screenshot of the title screen, but I checked previously posted scores and they all had this same High Scores screen.
I voted YES!
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Supersonic Retro. Currently ranked 9th.
Screenshots 3 & 4: Supersonic Retro table. Identification crawl currently not working for this table.
Screenshot 5: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Supersonic Retro is on the bottom row, third from the right.
Note: Rules page is currently empty for this table.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. Currently ranked 13th.
Screenshots 2 & 3: Supersonic Retro table. Identification crawl currently not working for this table.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Supersonic Retro is on the bottom row, third from the right.
I did the math and I came up with 18,158 as well. I don't know anything about this game, but it appears as if it flunked basic Mathematics.
Screenshot 1: PC Leaderboard (Steam). Currently I am ranked 64th.
Screenshot 2: This indicates that this score is #1 in my Local Scores.
Screenshot 3: My new High Score of 35,612,221 displayed on Wild West table.
Screenshots 1 & 2: Currently ranked 8th on PC (Steam) Aerobatics Retro table Leaderboard.
Screenshot 3: Aerobatics Retro table. Identification crawl is currently not working for this table, but I went ahead and took a screenshot of the table anyway.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order; Aerobatics Retro is on the bottom row, 4th from the right. Magic Pixel will have to do some tweaking to the UI as they are not finished releasing all of the Retro tables, yet the Retro Table Menu is full.
I own the Atari 7800 version (CIB) and the NES version. Being a schump I like it, but I'm not good at it.
Thanks. That's the second time now that you've voted whilst I was still typing in the Comment section. :) I appreciate it. :)
Screenshots 1 & 2: Currently ranked 7th on PC (Steam) Aerobatics Retro table.
Screenshot 3: Aerobatics Retro table. Identification crawl is currently not working for this table, but I went ahead and took a screenshot of the table anyway.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order; Aerobatics Retro is on the bottom row. Magic Pixel will have to do some tweking to the UI as they are not finished releasing all of the Retro tables, yet the Retro Table Menu is full.
Notes: There is currently no Rules page for this table. The thing about these Retro tables is that the flippers are small with a larger gap between them than is the norm with modern tables. Timing of the ball's interaction with the slingshots is critical. I don't normally like to nudge when playing pinball, but with the Retro tables it is an essential skill. With this table if the ball travels too far up a slingshot (on either side) the ball will roll right off the playfield. If it travels too far down the slingshot will sling the ball up the playfield (as slingshots are known to do), but it is possible to learn the rhythm and flow and use it to your advantage. Just don't TILT!
I got slightly ahead of myself. Free Play Florida Pinball Expo 2018 is the weekend of November 9th, which is not in '3 weeks.' I don't know how I got that wrong as it is held on the same weekend at the same resort in Orlando every year.
Screenshots 1 &2: Ranked 42nd on PC Leaderboard (Steam).
Screenshot 3: Local Scores, Score #1.
Screenshot 4: My Collection w/ CastleStorm description.
Note: Game must be played in Single Player for the score to be posted to the Leaderboard.
WOW! Great score!
Simulation Mode; 5 Balls
Currently ranked 7th on PC (Steam), but notice that I have the same score as the 6th ranked player. This is because he achieved his score before I achieved mine.
Pinball? I need an Intellivision.
Default cool console.
I vote YES of course!
Currently ranked 3rd on PC (Steam).
I've only played 1 game on an actual machine, at Florida Free Play 2016. They had 2 or 3 of every recent Stern, but only one of these. So it was a hard one to get a turn on, as it was always being played. I picked up a flyer of all of the new tables, including this one. The flyer pictures the table with powder coated "rusted" metal legs, or on a fruit crate base. The later is what they had at FPF. :)
Florida Free Play 2018 is in 3 weeks. And I'm going.
There's always one Troll who votes no.
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. I am currently ranked 17th.
Screenshot 3: Zankor Retro table w/Indentifical crawl.
Screenshot 4: Zankor Retro Rules.
Screenshot 5: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Zankor Retro is on the bottom row, 4th from the left.
Simulation; 3 Balls
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. I am currently ranked 12th.
Screenshot 2: Zankor Retro table w/Indentifical crawl.
Screenshot 3: Zankor Retro Rules.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Zankor Retro is on the bottom row, 4th from the left.
You sure have a lot of games for the Intellivision.
You're new. Welcome!
I have a lot of games for the 7800, including homebrews, but I don't have this one.
Great score! Voting YES!
Thanks! Much appreciated. :)
This table has a cool feature. On the upper right there is an entry point. Get the ball in there and it awards big points and feeds the ball back to the plunger. Doing that multiple times with the same ball will lead to big points. Plus it gives you the chance to get the ball down each of the 4 top rollovers. Doing that earns 1,000 points.
You will notice in the final screenshot that Magic Pixel released 7 Retro tables this month, along with the digitiized EM (Electro-Mechanical) Top Hand. So 8 tables were released together.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. I am currently ranked 6th.
Screenshot 2: Mexico '86 Retro table w/Indentification Crawl.
Screenshot 3: Mexico '86 Retro Rules.
Screenshot 4: Retro Table Menu; Release order. Mexico '86 Retro is on the bottom row, third from the left.
That's happened to others here before, including me. I don't know why it happens either.
Screenshot 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard. Ranked 3rd.
You need to submit a screenshot of the Leaderboard. I took the extra time to search the Leaderboard for this table but could not find this exact score. Giving you the benifit of the doubt perhaps you've since achieved a higher score.
I rarely vote no, but I am skipping for now.
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC Leaderboard (Steam). I am currently ranked 8th.
Screenshot 4: EM (Electro-Mechanical) Table Menu. Tables arranged in release order. Top Hand is on the second row, far right.
Screenshots 1 & 2: PC Leaderboard (Steam). I am currently ranked 6th.
Cool that there is someone that is actually submitting scores for this system. I've known about it for years but have never seen one live and in person.
It's a Bally Astrogade. :)
Amazing score by the way.
I'll be going to Florida Free Play Pinball Expo in Orlando again this year. I already have my pass for the whole weekend. :)
I shoud have typed Zen in the first sentence, not FarSight.
I've been advocating on Steam for FarSight to have each Williams volume contain 2 tables previously not released by FarSight, and 2 that have been. They've already, however, announced the four tables that will make up Williams Volume 1:
1. Fish Tales
2. Junk Yard
3. Medieval Madness
4. The Getaway: High Speed II
Zen is still tweaking the physics on these tables. As they will be part of Pinball FX3 some have feared that these tables will use the same physics engine, but apparently not. They don't quite look like the physics FarSight uses either. There will be 3 and possibly 4 difficulty settings on these Williams tables.
1. Classic (FX3 scoring without power-ups).
2. Standard (you will be able to power-up each table the way FX3 does with it's other tables.
3. Arcade (typical on-location settings).
4. Tournament (typical tournament rules).
The last two have been confirmed, as well as one of the first two. But they may offer both. That is my guess. The beta version can be played on Steam. Right click on Pinball FX3 in your game listing, go into Properties, and enable 'Williams beta.' If you own other tables for FX3, they will all disappear when you do this. When you are done exit the game, right click on Pinball FX3, and disable the 'Williams beta.' Your table collection should reappear. Note: This is a beta, and as such they are still ironing out the bugs.
ZEN STUDIOS PROMOTIONAL TRAILER FOR PINBALL FX3/WILLIAMS PINBALL
I appreciate it.
That's cool. My videos are all still up but I haven't uploaded any videos for quite awhile. I need to make some upgrades to my PC and overcome some health issues before I return to making new videos. In the meantime I am supporting 4 Youtubers on Patreon, including "Guru" Larry Bundy, Jr. (who I've known thru Youtube for ages), and Top Hat Gaming Man. It's strange that all for of the channels that I support thru Patreon are British, as I'm American.
Thanks. I have played this one a lot in The Pinball Arcade and a few times in Stern Pinball Arcade. I've only played the real table once. It was at Free Play Florida Pinball Expo 2016, and there tends to be large crowds around the Solid State tables. Even Gilligan's Island was hard to get on, and people like to talk trash about that table. But this one was in top condition. We have one locally, which I played some time ago and submitted a score for. Even then it had weak flippers and the sound didn't work. Currently it's reported to be in even worse shape.
I think that I have, although I have failed at completing The Stunt Driver in Take 1. Take 1 has a :15 second time limit. 2 takes I can do.
I've played a lot of pinball too. I started ... in the 60s! Man I'm old.
That's an amazing score. I'm not anywhere near that league.
I have all 75 tables released for Pinball FX2. I have all 78 tables for Pinball FX3, including the three newest Star Wars tables which just released tonight. Zen lost some licenses at the launch of Pinball FX3, so some tables are exclusive to Pinball FX2, including, Plants vs. Zombies, Ms. Splosion Man, Super League Football, and the two South Park tables.
However, Zen now has the license to make tables based on Universal Studios IPs (similuar to their license with Fox). Zen is also the new license holder for Bally/Williams tables. They will be releasing the first Williams Pinball table pack (Williams Volume 1) next month. Volume 1 will concist of 4 Bally/Williams tables) It will be blended in with Pinball FX3, the way Marvel Pinball and Star Wars Pinball are.
Thanks. Yes, this is a fun table. It is themed around Soccer.
It is. The final screenshot is of the EM Table Menu. This table is on the bottom row, on the far right. I sort my tables in release order so this is the most recently released EM. Another digitized EM will be released shortly.
I can't really compare the two ports. I don't own a ColecoVision. I use to know someone who owned one, but she was very protective of it ... she certainly wouldn't sell it. I asked her.
All Zaccaria Pinball tables have the option to use 3 balls or 5. I submit both, but after awhile I reach a ceiling with 3 balls and switch to playing more 5 ball games. There is a seperate Leaderboard for each though.
Thanks. I appreciate it.
I appreciate that.
When I ask someone to vote I never ask them HOW to vote, by-the-way.
YES of course!
I have Marble Madness for several systems. It's hard to play on all of them.
I have River Raid, but I think I have the 2600 version.
I had to enlarge photo 3 to see your score, but it looks good to me.
Yes, It was released as Ghost House in North America and Europe. This is the Brazlian release.
I've submitted requests for three Pinball FX3 tables that just dropped on Steam. More Star Wars tables.
Thanks. Much appreciated!
I wish that I could remember all of the callouts for this table, but there are quite a few of them. lol.
YES of Course!
I have just posted 7 more scores. I'd appreciate it if you'd vote on them.
Listen to S.BAZ, and welcome.
Homebrews for the Vectrex. It had to happen someday.
You seem to be missing the Overlay, unless you removed it to take the photo. I know, it doesn't affect the scoring. If anything playing without the Overlay would make things more difficult.
Ever time I see (Pico) I think of the Sega Pico. I almost bought one of those back in the day, but didn't.
This table has a sense of humor. I like that. :)
This is the Vengeance Premium table. FarSight didn't release digitited versions of the lower tier models, such as the Pro.
Thanks. I have about 5 more to post. :)
First vote. YES!
With all of my complaining about FarSight and TPA I still like TPA (SPA is fine on a tablet, but I don't the the PC version). I just wish that they'd get their act together. Take their two latest releases. While Big Buck Hunter Pro is fine, Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons is loaded with bugs.
I can handle the way the Williams tables look ins Pinball FX3, but it's hard for me to judge the way that they play. Basically the physics. I can't get the beta to run on my system (you've seen my screenshots on Steam). When they get released (next month I think) I will try and get them added here for FX3. Sure they are the same tables that were released for TPA, but do they play the same? I doubt it. Plus, there will be at least three difficulty settings per table in FX3. Standard (with power-ups), Arcade (typical arcade settings), and Tournament (adhearing to typical tournament rules). There may be a forth where you can play in Classic (without power-ups), but as I can't get the beta to run properly I don't know about that one.
My pleasure as always JES.
A pinball section, and this was never ported to anything. Bally/Midway developed and released it without Namco's knowledge. Namco eventually severed their ties with Bally/Midway over this sort of practice.
Either I'm seeing things sideways or you took this photo with a Smartphone. This happens to me too.
I think I brought this up on Steam. The first Williams volume DLC for Pinball FX3 will contain 4 tables. With each Bally/Williams volume that Zen releases for Pinball FX3 I think they should release 2 tables that FarSight had released, and 2 tables that they didn't release. That way each volume contains some tables that we haven't had access to digitially.
As for FarSight, they seem to have abanded SPA. The two newest Stern tables that they have released are exclusive to TPA. If you watched their live Twitch feed of these tables then you know that they have no plans to ever release these tables for SPA. That's what they said anyway. I think FarSight got in over their heads when they launched SPA. Plus all of the SPA DLC tables had already been released for TPA, with 3 exceptions. AC/DC, Mustang, and Star Trek Premium. And since they added them to TPA there are NO tables exclusive to SPA. That was, to me, the first sign that FarSight is letting SPA die of neglect. You have a point however, in that FarSight has made some really stupid decisions.
I think it's interesting that Zen has offered a beta of Williams Volume 1 to iron out the bugs. FarSight never did that, and have always been slow addressing bugs once they have been inflicted on us.
I have two C64s (complete w/boxes) but don't have the room to set them up properly. I started setting one up. I have the color monitor. I have a box of various joysticks. I have two floppy drives. The 1541 and the 1541 II. I have games. I still need a Datasette drive - and more room. :)
I appreciate it.
I just posted two new scores. If you'd vote on them that would be great.
Thanks. I just posted another one.
Ranked 11th on Steam.
I just posted a new score. When you have time please vote on it.
Plus, Star Trek Premium hasn't even been added here for SPA. Why not process them together?
So why do they perform differently? On my system SPA will frequently not run. FarSight's own specs call for a more powerfull PC for SPA than for TPA. Plus, the scores are tiny in SPA in the Local High Scores, and even smaller on the leaderboard.
Oh, and this was played in TPA, which I guess is ok because my submitted requests for AC/DC, Mustang, and Star Trek Premium for TPA still haven't been processed.
FarSight seems to be leaving Stern Pinball Arcade to wither on the vine. FarSight has released Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons and Big Buck Hunter Pro for The Pinball Arcade only, even though they are both Stern tables.
I own this for the Famicom.
Hyperkin uses stollen emulators I believe.
Your score in the video and the photo (what can be seen of it) is 80,200. Not 88,200. Skipping.
I've noticed that you are using an Everdrive type device for all of your Atari 800 games. No worries. It's not emulation since you are using an actual Atari 800 XL.
You're making me regret trading off or in a few cases (Stadium Mud Buggies for example) outright giving away my collection of CIB games for the Intellivision when mine died. You have an amazing Intellivision game collection.
I don't think I have this one, but all of the 8-bit Disney games that I own for the NES and SMS, while good, are quite difficult considering the target audience.
I had to enlarge your screenshot to verify your score of 24, due to how dark it is. But 24 it is.
If you wish to post the video itself you can submit videos from Youtube, Facebook, and Twitch.
And YES from me of course.
I see a sea of keyboards.
I like Pinball Fantasies. I own it for PC, the Atari Jaguar, and the Sony PSP.
Do you have an SMS Control Stick then? It was released in North America, Europe, and Australia. I own one myself, but I prefer to use one of the Genesis controllers over the SMS Control Stick. Is that an option that you've tried?
I always go straight to the EMs when I see them
I own this game for the Famicom. It looks legit to me.
Voting YES! I own this game. It looks legit to me.
I'm voting YES! It looks legit to me.
Most SMS games are compatible with the Genesis/Mega Drive controllers.
That's weird, as the NES version has terriable gameplay. The SMS version isn't all that good, but Sega tweaked it so that it's an improvement. Not much of one, but noticable.
So did you lose some of your collection?
I think I have a decent 2600 game collection but I have none of the ones in the photo. I shutter to think how Ghostbusters turned out for the 2600. I own both the NES and SMS versions. I hate the NES version. The SMS version is somewhat better. It was reprogrammed by Sega.
Thanks. Yours was the first vote. :)
I just submitted a new High Score under PC. If you have time please vote on it. Thanks,
I just submitted a new High Score under PC.
I just submitted a new score under PC.
Currently ranked 7th on Leaderboard (Steam).
This score is lower than your previous High Score, but you must have your reasons. YES!
You have so many Jaguar games that I don't have. I have Attack of the Mutant Penguins and Atari Karts, both of which can be quite expensive. I paid $80 for a sealed Atari Karts, and then found that I didn't even like it. I have approx. 80 Jaguar games, which used to be considered a massive collection.
Screenshot 2: Leaderboard for Carnival table. Ranked 91st.
I've just uploaded 3 scores myself.
Ranked 29th (out of 936) on Leaderboard (Steam).
Thanks! That was fast.
Ranked 14th on Steam Leaderboard (Screenshot 1). My Leaderboard ranking can also be seen at the bottom of Screenshots 2 and 3.
I don't handle requests for the Genesis/Mega Drive, I believe LarcenTyler does.
I handle requests for the Sega SG-1000, Sega Mk. 3, Sega Master System, and the Sega Game Gear,
SCREENSHOT 1: Leaderboard for Carnival table. Ranked 91st on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Local High Scores for Carnival table. All of these score are mine.
SCREENSHOT 3: My High Score displayed on the Carnival table.
SCREENSHOT 4: Information for Carnival table.
I don't see the score anywhere. I've enlarged several sections of your photos trying to find the score.
Skipping for now.
That didn't take long.
That is a lot for sure, although I believe that worldwide the Commodore 64 had about 12,000 game releases. That doesn't count the huge number of type-in game that appeared in magazines like Run.
Actually I just double checked and you can upload Facebook videos now. When you submit the score there's a button for Selecting Evidence. It's a pulldown menu. Click on the botton and instead of selecting Upload Photo select Upload Facebook Video instead. You should also see the option to Upload Twitch Video and Upload Youtube Video as well.
Then you select the file that you want to upload just as you do with a photo and click Submit. I hope that helps.
Simulation Model 3 Balls
I've not heard of this game, but then so many games were released for the micros only in markets other than the U.S. The micro that got the most games released for it here was the Commodore 64, but I know that it the U.K. the Speccy got a huge number of releases.
There are a few trolls who come here and vote no on EVERY score. Sad but true.
I voted YES. The only thing that concerned me is the lack of a photo of the title screen. I'm totally unfamiliar with this game, so it would have helped. But as I said, I voted YES!
I believe that this will be the top score once it gets through.
I've played this one in arcades.
I don't think that posting Facebook videos is possible. Videos uploaded to Youtube can be however.
It's weird for sure, as the photos appear rightside up on my PC, but they don't always post that way.
WOW! Where can I find a copy of this?
Thank you. I appreciate it.
Magic Pixel is getting ready to release another batch of tables.
If you get a chance I just posted another PC score.
How many games are on that disc?
I don't have this one. It must be a PAL release.
YES on all your scores!
YES for me to!
I just posted a PC score.
You may want to add a photo of the Leaderboard in additiom to the one that you have for Local scores.
SCREENSHOT 1: Time To Fight Back Leaderboard. Ranked 151st on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Entering my initials for my new High Score on the Time To Fight Back table.
SCREENSHOT 3: Time To Fight Back table with my new High Score.
SCREENSHOT 4: Table Menu.
NOTES: This game IS FREE to download on Steam, and comes with Time To Fight Back. The other tables are available as DLC. All tables released to date have been reduced from $1.99 each to .99 cents each, except the most recent table to be released Mud-Race, which is still $1.99 (due to Steam's Pricing Guidlines). The developer is still planning on releasing the remaining 4 tables.
I have just posted a review of Malzbie's Pinball Collection on Steam. I have already reviewed other pinball games available on Steam such as Pinball Deluxe: Reloaded and Zaccaria Pinball, amoung others.
Yea, it looks like the same cab to me. So YES!
If you haven't vote on them yet, I've just posted some more scores.
Click on Your Home Page at the left of the screen. At the top of Your Home Page on the right side you will see either Initials: Set or Initials: Edit. Click on that and type in your initials, PSK. I assume that PSK are your initials because it's in the photos that you are submitting.
Ranked 23rd (out of 919) on Leaderboard (Steam).
SCREENSHOT 1: Leaderboard for Wild West table. I'm currently ranked 67th (Steam).
SCREENSHOT 2: My High Score displayed on the Wild West table.
SCREENSHOT 3: Local High Scores (so all of these scores are mine) for Wild West table. This score is #1.
You beat me by 2 million points! Congrats. :)
I 'm voting YES! :)
Welcome to our site. :)
YES on ALL from me as well! :)
I love this game. Even the simplified Sega Master System version is good. :)
I'm currently voting YES on his scores, but have also suggested that he set his initials to PSK. The more proof the better here. :)
YES on ALL! Set your initials here to PSK. :)
I'm voting YES!
You will get more YES votes by taking one easy step. Go to your Home Page. At the top on the right side you will see a link to add or edit your initials. Set yours to PSK. And that's it. You'd be amazed at how much that will help.
I was generally unimpressed with the early Atari releases. Generally speaking Activision games for the 2600 are the best, but everyone and their brother was releasing games for the 2600, so there's a lot of good and a lot of bad (steer clear of games from Froggo).
I played Baseball in school but wasn't good at it. The rules aren't that difficult to learn though.
YES! Good score!
Congrats! YES on ALL!
I'm voting YES because I know you and I know the game. A screenshot of the Leaderboard would help others decide.
I've attained new High Scores during the Daily Event before, but I don't recall doing it with 1 ball. Well done!
YES, because I can do math.
The only game that I have in the RealSports series is "Football," and I hate it. I only keep it because it's CIB.
That score is amazing! Welcome to highscore.
A play video would help but you should at least post a photo of the difficulty setting on the back of the console.
I'd probably go ahead and vote yes if the score where in the normal range for this game, but as it's an extremely high score I'm skipping for now. I'm not voting no because you are new here, but many others might, and that would adversley affect your Legit rating. My skipping will not affect your Legit rating however.
You submitted clip videos from "Bowling Trick Shots 2 | Dude Perfect" Did you do this by accident?
I just voted YES on it!
Thanks. I appreciate it.
I couldn't take the PainLine controller's abuse, so I will, depending on the game, use a 2600 controller, or a Sega Master System controller, or a Sega Genesis controller when playing on the 7800. The ports are the same.
Arcade Mode; 5 Balls
Congrats on breaking my Worldwide Trophy. It was just a matter of time before someone did so because I'm not good at this game.
Well done however! Now, where did I but my copy of this game?
I can see that from the Ball Summary screenshot. Congrats!
I just posted a new High Score under PC if you'd care to vote on it. Thanks in advance.
SCREENSHOT 1: Ranked 49th on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Local. All of my top scores. This score is #1 of course.
SCREENSHOT 3: My new High Score. I earned both the Pennant and Major Leaguer Achievements during this game.
SCREENSHOT 4: My High Score displayed on the Fastball table.
WHAT!? You realize of course that you will crack my Worldwide Trophy.
I thought about getting a 5200 (I have 2600s and a 7800) but its size and unreliable controllers have always stopped me.
It's weird, but sometimes photos post to this site either sideways or upside down. It's happened to me when using a smart phone to take photos with.
Ok, I meant all and Betamax.
The VET-650 was certainly ahead of most consumer model VCRs, but it sure wasn't cheap. It was the first consumer model to have selonoid controlls rather than the clunky piano like keys. Even though it only had 2 video heads instead of 4 (those would come later) you could get rock steady freeze-frames due to the two adjustment screws on the side (requiring a small flathead screwdriver). With them you could tweak the horizontal and vertical head alignment.
Being that I was a TV Broadcast Operations Enginner I had access to broadcast grade cleaning pads and Freon (which we would apply to the wipes). Much better than head cleaning tapes, so I would periodically open it up and clean everything by hand, pinch rollers included.
I wish I had kept it. No other VCR that I subsequently bought was ever as good. Several of its features were rare in later VCRs. The adjustment screws and precise tracking controll meant that I could play any tape, no matter how far out of alignment the recording VCR was. Being able to record the audio seperate from the video was also a rarity. And something else that was eventually removed from all VHS VCRs but this one could do was the ability to record in a 3 speeds. SP. LP (also known as EP). SLP. Manufacturers eventually removed the ability to record in the LP speed, just as Betmax VCR manufacturers removed the abilty to record in the B1 speed. Plus, it had heavy-duty RF shielding.
Well, I do know that the controller that came with the 7800 in the U.S. looks just like the controller in your photo. This is known as the ProLine controller, but it's painfull to use so gamers took to calling it a PainLine controller. In Europe the 7800 was released with game pad controllers approx. the same size as an NES or SMS control pad.
Ranked 23rd on Steam. Earned two Achievements while playing this game, including Scuba Club, which requires a score of at least 20,000,000.
Please consider voting on my scores if you haven't already done so. I have several right on the edge of being verified. Thanks.
I have this game but it's still factory sealed. I bought it sealed over 20 years ago! Where does the time go?
You are much better at this game then I am. In fact I gave up on it.
WOW! That's a great score. YES!
Actually, I was never one of those people who couldn't program a VCR. I bought an RCA SelectaVision VET-650 VHS VCR in late 1979. It was RCA's top-of-the-line model. Each channel was re-programable so that you could, for example, move Channel 45 to Channel 2. Or, whatever you wanted. It also had variable slow motion and freeze-frame. You could record audio seperate from the video. It had a built-in battery so that it wouldn't forget what you programed into it during a power outage, and a two week/14 event timer (which I used heavily). It cost an astounding $1,500! I was working for minimum wage back then. Piorities.
I was already a TV Broadcast Operations Enginneer, and few of people that I worked with had a VCR (well, one did). No one else could understand time-shifting or why I would want to watch the same movie more than once (I was a Charter Member of the Columbia House Video Club). VHS and Betamax pre-records cost between $60 to $90. Later on I became a Charter Member of the Columbia House LaserDisc Club (I still have 5 working players and over 1,800 LDs.
I always used the Paddle controller. The original VCS came with 2 Joystick controllers and 2 Paddle controllers. Those were the days. 4 controllers packed in with the console.
I've noticed that in play vids. About the games being off either in graphics, sound, or clock speed that is. The closest thing that I have to a plug-and-play device now are a couple of Atari Flashbacks (Nos. 6 and 7 I believe), but they are both still in their original boxes. I got them at a local Dave & Busters.
I'm no good with fixing things. I've bought various Retrons and a Retro Duo over the years but the controllers always died a quick death, so I don't mess with that cr*p anymore.
We have 2 flatscreen TVs. The one in the living room has Composite inputs as well as HDMI, but I rarely use that TV (my daughters and wife use it). We have a new one that we bought earlier this year in our bedroom and it has HDMI, but not Composite. That's the one I use. It does have built-in wi-fi, while the older one in the living room doesn't. We have a PlayStation 3 hooked up to it though, and so use its wi-fi for that TV.
It happens sometimes. Not often though.
If I remember correctly this is one of the first games that I bought for my VCS. I bought it in 1978 so it was a long time ago. My console was actually made in the U.S. I think they out-sourced manufacturing overseas some time in 1978.
I meant LIKE, not lke! Man I wish we could edit our comments!
I have two CIB Atari Flashbacks. A 6 and 7 I believe. One difference is that one has Save Mary on it and the other doesn't. I lke that game for some reason.
I may have this one I'm not sure. I have several Coleco 2600 cartridges.
Is that a 7800 PainLine controller that you are using? I have a VCS and two 2600 Jrs., but the Jrs. didn't come with controllers, so I usually use the standard VCS/2600 controllers.
I own this game so know how it plays.
Voted YES on ALL!
Sadly, it woke up. It has now voted NO on all of my new scores.
Nice cameo appearence by your Atari 2600 Jr.
I'm not good at this table. I still think it's funny seeing this table badged in The Pinball Arcade as being a Stern, because technically it's a Sega. But Stern owns the rights to the tables made by Sega (and Data East for that matter), so I guess they can claim it as one of their own.
I'm going to have to buy some plug-and-plays. We no longer own a CRT (except for my color Commadore 64 monitor), but I do own a Composite to HDMI converter.
Thanks. You've struck before the troll.
Oh, and apart from the Arcade version of Chase H.Q., the only versions that I have played are the ones that I own. That would be the versions for the Sega Master System and Sega Genesis..
Well, not really. Sega hasn't ported it to anything.
It is, however, very similuar to the Arcade game Chase H.Q., which was ported to the ZX Spectrum (aka Timex Sinclair), Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, Famicom, Sega Master System, Game Boy, Game Gear, and Turbographix-16. An enhanced version of Chase H.Q. was released for the Genesis as Chase H.Q. II and in Japan as Super H.Q.
Oh, I've been meaning to point something out concerning the Table Menus (see final screenshot) for some time. You may have noticed the teil colored bar at the bottom of each table's icon. That indicates your progress on each table. Well, my progress in this case. :)
Ranked 9th on Steam. The Rules won't display for this table either, but I have still managed to earn every Achievement for every mode on this table.
Ranked 15th on Steam.
Ranked 3th on Steam. Third screenshot is of the Fire Mountain 2018 Retro table. Table identification/Info crawl currently doesn't work on this table (but you can see the black bar at the top where it is supposed to be). For the record, the Rules screen for this table is blank, so I didn't take a screenshot if it.
Ranked 4th on Steam. Third screenshot is of the Fire Mountain 2018 Retro table. Table identification/Info crawl currently doesn't work on this table (but you can see the black bar at the top where it is supposed to be). For the record, the Rules screen for this table is blank, so I didn't take a screenshot if it.
I couldn't see the score with my 60 year old eyes so I opened the photo to another tab and zoomed in to verify your score, but don't get the idea that I did this out of mistrust. I did it to help you get the score varified. It's easy enough to do this if anyone else wishes to do it.
Voting yes because T and S could be part of your initials (ToddShank), but you really should set your initials TMS on the site. It would help you get more YES votes.
Voting yes because T and S could be part of your initials (ToddShank), but you really should set your initials TMS on the site. It would help you get more YES votes.
I would say that I'm sorry that the Jaguars beat the Vikings this past weekend, but as I've lived in Jacksonville since 1978 I don't think I will.
Ranked 4th on Steam.
FIRST LINE, LAST WORD: if, NOT is
I like this table. Any pinball table with a sense of humor (humour is you're not American) is ok in my book. For example, when the ball drains "get up! What do you think this is, a game!? Actually, it is." Not an exact quote, but you get the idea.
A member of the development team asked me to audition for the voice work on this table, but I didn't get it. Still it was cool to be asked.
I had to take two screenshots of the Rules to show them all.
Thanks. I appreciate it. I'm in the middle of posting more scores.
First vote. YES of course.
Ranked 35th on Steam. YIKES!
Arcade Mode; 3 Balls
Ranked #1 on Steam in Arcade Mode.
Ranked 10th on Steam.
I've always wanted a Jaguar CD but finding one that is both affordable and working is next to impossible.
First to vote, and it's YES!
There sure are a lof of homebrews for the Jaguar that I don't have. You must have a truely awesome game library.
SCREENSHOT 1: Currently ranked 9th on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Achievements earned. I've earned 3 (out of 5) of the Achievements for the Mud-Race table.
As both screenshots attest Mud-Race is currently the most recently released table for Malzbie's Pinball Collection. Future scheduled table releases are Playground, Labyrinth, Time Pilot, and Ghouls.
Well done! I know the Pinball Fantasies tables very well, and that's a great score!
YES on ALL! ?
I can just make out the score. But these types of displays are hard to photograph, I know. Try photographing the screen of a Bitcorp Gamate some time. Oh man!
The Vectrex looks so cool with an Overlay in place.
Is this emulated? I can't tell one way or the other.
I've always wanted a Vextrex. Whenever I find one in decent shape it's out of my price range.
I've played these Pinball Fantasies tables to death. I don't own an Amiga but I do own the ports for the Atari Jaguar and the Sony PSP. The PSP release was only released in Europe as part of the compilation Mega minis Volume 1. I also own the PC version at https://www.gog.com/
I like this table for some reason.
Some Zaccaria tables are like that. Locomotion for example. I believe that on that one it waits and counts all of the station stops at the end of the game, so if you can have a really good 3rd ball and rack up time on the timer you will wind up with a really high-scoring Bonus Ball.
I'm 47th; You're 1st. Congrats my friend. An amazing score!
Thanks. I appreciate it. :)
It's worth a shot. :)
Glad I remembered something right. lol.
I've never seen such clear photos of a GBC screen before. Well done. No problem that you played a GB game on a GBC. I play all of my GB, GBC, and GBA games on one of my two GBA SPs, or my GameCube w/GamePlayer add-on. They use compatible hardware and not emulation (this is true even of the GamePlayer add-on.
I never had a Speccy, although I believe that it's identical to a Micro that WAS released in the U.S. The Timex Sinclair.
YES from me too.
That's happened to me too. It's weird but what can one do? I don't even know what causes it.
Maybe someday we'll get both, as there are multiple companies making pins once more. So Stern is no longer the final and only word on what gets made. :)
I need this game. I don't have any pinball games for the SMS (I think), although I have some pachinko games for my Japanese SMS.
Three times my high score. I need to go back and play more of my games. The problem though is that I have over 3,000 releases for over 30 systems, and they are all physical releases. It doesn't even include the tons of releases that I have for various handhelds, the Commodore 64, or the PC.
I've never played this one. I have played AC/DC locally though. I'm going to have to remember to ask Gary Stern why he told me that tables based on a band are a big risk and so he couldn't see releasing any in the future. That was in 2016. I wasn't asking for much. Just tables based on Queen and Lynard Skynard (a local band that made it to the big time in the 70s ).
I have the original CIB (and the Sega Master System version R.C. Grand Prix) but I didn't even know that this game existed.
One of the first games that I bought for my VCS back in the day.
My pleasure. Your evidence is sharp and easy to see. My old eyes like that.
Nice to see a score for a Jaguar game.
Arcade Mode; 5 Balls
Magic Pixel released the Caveman Award table at the beginning of this month. Lately they have been releasing 5 tables per month. Generally they release all 5 together. 1 digitized real Zaccaria table (DLC), 1 Remake table (DLC), 2 Retro tables (FREE if you own the tables that they are based on), and 1 Award table (can be earned, bought as DLC, or FREE if you own the Platinum Membership Bundle). They have me looking forward to the beginning of every month.
Magic Pixel released the Caveman Award table at the beginning of this month. Lately they have been releasing 5 tables per month. Generally they release all 5 together. 1 digitized real Zaccaria table (DLC), 1 Remake table (DLC), 2 Retro tables (FREE if you own the tables that they are based on), and 1 Award table (can be earned, bought as DLC, or FREE if you own the Platinum Membership Bundle).
I posted the PC (Steam) Leaderboard twice. This first time selection FRIENDS. The second selecting OVERALL. As you can see, which one you choose doesn't affect the rankings in any way. I came so close to be ranked #1 on Steam. Darn second ball (see Ball Summary Screenshot).
Magic Pixel released this Award table near the beginning of last month.
Magic Pixel released the Zombie Award table at the beginning of last month.
By-the-way, I just submitted some scores.
This remake table was released by Magic Pixel at the beginning of this month. Winter Sports 2018 was released last month.
Digitized version of real Zaccaria pinball machine from 1974. This was released by Magic Pixel at the beginning of the month.
Digitized version of real Zaccaria pinball machine from 1974. Magic Pixel released this table last month.
Forget my second post.
I post a comment here by mistake. You can't vote on you own scores.
Another one that I haven't submitted a score for? I must correct that.
And I've approved you friend request by-the way.
Three times my score. Well done!
I vote YES!
This table is the follow-up to Pinball Champ '82
Final Screenshot: Solid State Table Menu; Release order. Bottom row; far right. It was released by Zaccaria in 1983.
While this was the last Zaccaria Solid State pinball machine to be digitized by Magic Pixel (to date), they are still releasing digitized versions of Zaccaria Electro-Mechanical tables. Zaccaria was eventually renamed Mr. Game and released 6 more Solid State machines, non of which have been digitized by Magic Pixel to date (but It's still prossible). Likewise, five more pinball machines were released under the Technoplay name. Technoplay no longer makes new pinball machines, although they do import and service them. There is at least one member of the Zaccaria family still working there. So 11 more possible Solid State tables may be digitized, although my contact at Magic Pixel wouldn't give me a definitive answer on the matter when I asked them.
To date this is the last Solid State Zaccaria table to be digitized by Magic Pixel, although they are still released digitized versions of Zaccaria's Electro-Mechanical tables.
SCEENSHOT 2: Ranked 73rd.
SCREENSHOT 2: Ranked 132nd.
SCREENSHOT 2: Ranked 106th.
I believe that this is my best showing during the Daily Event. Ranked 18th out of over 3,000 players!
SCREENSHOT 2: Ranked 32nd. Only Friends are displayed, but this does not affect the ranking.
SCREENSHOT 3: I achieved this score while playing this table during the Daily Event.
I haven't noticed the differences between Arcade and Simumlation modes that you mention, but I don't doubt you. I rarely nudge, because I'm so afraid that I will build up a large score and then lose it by tilting.
I take part in the Pinball Achievements ranking on Steam. I think that you do as well. They only count Achievements earned in Pinball FX2, Pinball FX3, Pinball Reloaded: Deluxe, The Pinball Arcade (they are no longer counting the Achievements earned on the Ball/Williams tables), and Zaccaria Pinball. I'm usually ranked between 21st and 26th. This is mainly because Zaccaria Pinball has so many achievements. Up to 120 per table I believe. If you check here you will see that most of my Achievements come from ZP:
Tonight while voting on GTi_bel's score I noticed that I hadn't submitted any scores for this table. I played several games tonight in Simulation Mode with both 3 Balls and with 5 Balls. I wasn't able to improve on my 3 Ball score, so I posted it as it stands now. With 5 Balls I greatly improved on my previous, and unsubitted score. The first time I made it up to 9th place. The second 7th. And finally this score, which ranks me 6th.
To clarify I improved my 5 Ball score.
I have been playing this table recently and have improved. My latest High Score (achieved in Arcade Mode) is still being voted on.
And you know what? I haven't even posted a score for Combat with 5 Balls yet. I need to correct that, although I don't know if I will be able to catch you.
And I just posted that score of 606,950 either last night or the night before last! It's still being voted on.
Another great score!
I had to double check my score on this one too. Again Arcade mode, so I'm good. WHEW!
Great score my friend.
I'm paranoid now. Whever I see a score of mine in one of your Leaderboard screeshots which is lower than my score in the database I double check just to make sure I didn't mistakingly post a User score. In this case though it turns out that my submitted score was achieved in Arcade mode.
You mention that Simulation is the real table default. What is Arcade mode then? I've noticed that on some tables Arcade seems like the hardest mode, while on other tables Simulation mode seems harder. It is true that there are alot of Achievements that can only be earned in Simulation mode, but on average I think the two modes are basically the same. The only Classic mode where you can change the way the table plays is User.
No problem. It's happened to most of us here at some point.
I don't think that anyone has ever told me that I inspired them before now. Thanks for saying so.
There are several people here who inspire me, and many of them are friends of mine on Steam as well. I'll mention no names because I might forget someone and not mention their name due to an oversight on my part.
If you really want to know who some of them are whenever I post a PC score for The Pinball Arcade or Zaccaria Pinball I post a screenshot of the Leaderboard with (usually) FRIENDS selected. Doing that only displays my score and the scores of my friends, but I sometimes will post the OVERALL scores as well.
I belong to alot of great groups on Steam, such as: Adult Elite Gamers, Analog Review, AStats, Buffalo Pinball, Dead Flip Pinball Streaming, Major League Pinball, Pinball Done Quick, Pinball Family, Pinball FX2, Pinball FX3, Pinball Players, etc. If you're on Steam I'm easy to find.
I've never seen a Derby Day before. Cool beans.
Well done. You beat my score by a mile. Make that by a lunar mile.
The homebrew/indie scene for the Dreamcast is a relatively recent development. Over 20 releases have been made from 2015 to the present, and there are several more reportedly in development.
I think that we will see continued releases for the Dreamcast for one simple reason. Sega learned an important lesson with the Saturn. It was hard to develop for, whereas games can be released for the Dreamcast using Sega's software tools, OR Windows CE. Sega added support for Windows CE to simplify the porting of PC games to the Dreamcast. One common misconception is that Windows CE is built into the console itself, but it's not. It's contained on the game discs that use it as the OS.
I thought that it was something like that.
I have submitted new scores for this table (Locomotion), because when I voted for your score I noticed that my scores for this table seemed to be out-of-whack. I found that I had accidently posted my User scores. So I played this table again tonight and it is those scores that I have just submiited. Arcade Mode for 3 Balls, and Simulation Mode for 5 Balls.
Simulation Mode; 5 Balls.
Arcade Mode; 3 Balls.
I submit another score. I just checked and mine was achieved in User Mode.
Is that an SMS ROM played on a Mega Drive with an Everdrive cart? I've seen Mega Drive minis with both Mega Drive and SMS games pre-loaded onto them.
I'm sorry that you are ill.
I own this game ... in Russian. I have no way to play it however. Actually, I have several Russian Mega Drive games.
A classic game.
I forgot to mention this. Sega has released a remastered version of Crazy Taxi on Steam. I own that as well. It's part of the Dreamcast Collection 1, although it can be purchased seperately.
Yes, I still have my original Dreamcast. I have hundreds of releases for it, including most of the racing games (although, strangely, I don't have a Dreamcast steering wheel. There were both 1st party and 3rd party steering wheels released).
Here is a list of every Dreamcast game released up to 2004 (the final releases were Japanese exclusives).
But don't stop there, because there are alot more Dreamcast games. There are many homebrew titles, ranging in quality from Genesis/Mega Drive era to actual Dreamcast era type games. Most are made by groups of developers who have banded together to form indie publishers like RedSpotGames (I own several of their games).
Check the back of your console for the date of manufacture. Any Dreamcast game released post 2004 will only work in a console manufactured prior to late 2000 (this of course means that they will not play in the black Sega Sports edition of the console). This is because piracy was so rampant that Sega removed CD-R support in late 2000, and homebrews are released on CD-R. But the quality on these are quite good. Some come in Dreamcast style cases, while others in DVD style cases. They are all region free, which is good as many Dreamcast indie/homebrew games come out of Germany (in English). I have several of those too.
SCREENSHOT 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Red Show; Arcade Mode; w/5 Balls. Currently ranked 5th on Steam. Friends scores only (doesn't effect ranking).
SCREENSHOT 2: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Red Show; Arcade Mode; w/5 Balls. Currently ranked 5th on Steam. Overall (displays scores for all players).
SCREENSHOT 3: Red Show table with Indentification/Info crawl.
SCREENSHOT 4: Rules for the Red Show table.
SCREENSHOT 5: EM Table Menu; Release order. Red Show is on the bottom row, second from the left.
NOTES: For quite awhile "Red Show" was the last real Zaccaria pinball machine digitized, and was available exclusively for upper tier bundle owners only (Silver, Gold, Platinum). This was true of several other EM tables. Since then they have made them available as DLC, including the two most recent tables (on the far right of the bottom row). Tropical became available at the beginning of last month. Granada was made available at the beginning of this month. Both originally manufactured in 1974.
"This game reminds me of the classic Sega arcade game Periscope from the late ... 60s! I was about 10 years old at the time, and played it every chance I got. It was the same basic game, except it was an EM."
I misread your post the first time. ADHD and dyslexia can be a trial. I usually have to reread things multiple times and yet I still make mistakes.
Makes YOU fell old? This game reminds me of the classic Sega arcade game Periscope from the late ... 60s! I was about 10 years old at the time, and played it every chance I got. It was the same basic game, except it was an EM.
Sega needs to bring this series back. I have Crazy Taxi and Crazy Taxi 2 for the Dreamcast, Craxy Taxi 3: High Roller for the Xbox and Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars for the PSP. A great series!
This reminds me. I need an Everdrive for my Commodore 64s.
I haven't seen a score submitted for a Dreamcast game in ages, and this is one of the games that prompted me to pre-order my Dreamcast to begin with. An instant classic. I've also played the Arcade version. As both platforms used the same basic hardware they play the same (except the Dreamcast version had bonus features).
I just submitted a new score under PC for Zaccaria Pinball. ??
I just submitted a new score under PC for Zaccaria Pinball. ?
I just submitted a new score under PC for Zaccaria Pinball.
I haven't submitted a score for the Android version? Strange as I own it.
I just submitted another Zaccaria Pinball score under PC.
SCREENSHOT 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Lucky Fuit table; Arcade Mode; w/5 Balls. Ranked 5th on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Lucky Fuit table with Identification/Info crawl.
SCREENSHOT 3: Rules for Lucky Fuit table.
SCREENSHOT 4: EM Table Menu; Release order. Lucky Fuit is on the top row, 5th from the left.
NOTES: This table is incorrectly named, as it's Lucky Fuit (singular). It is correctly named for other platforms and for PC w/3 Balls. The most recently released EMs are the last two on the second row. Yes, Magic Pixel is still releasing digitized versions of real tables. I submitted requests for these tables when the were released and I owned them, They are:
I also submitted requests for the actual tables. They were both manufactured by Zaccaria (Italy) in 1974.
Well done. YES!
I played several games of this table just last night trying to beat my High Score, but kept falling short.
Yes from me as well.
The first two votes were made by humans, so I had 100%. Then the troll struck.
I have just submitted a score for a Zaccaria Pinball (Retro) table. The final screenshot is of the Retro Table Menu. The 5 tables that I have requested (and still need processing) can be verified by that screen. Tables are in release order.
SCREENSHOT 1: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Devil Riders 2017 Retro; Simulation Mode; w/5 Balls. Ranked 5th on Steam.
SCREENSHOT 2: Devil Riders 2017 Retro table with Indentification/Info crawl.
SCREENSHOT 3: Rules for Devil Riders 2017 Retro table.
SCREENSHOT 4: PC (Steam) Leaderboard for Devil Riders 2017 Retro; Simulation Mode; w/5 Balls. Ranked 5th on Steam. ACloser view of table.
SCREENSHOT 5: Retro Table Menu; In release order. Devil Riders 2017 Retro is on the top row, third from the left.
Retro tables still missing from http://highscore.com/ can all be verified from this menu. I submitted requests for them as soon as they were released and I owned them. They are, in order of release:
Soccer Kings 2018 Retro
Magic Castle 2018 Retro
Clown 2018 Retro
Fire Mountain 2018 Retro
Nautilus 2018 Retro