Morttis has released three new FSS Mods: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Data-East 1991) , Pool Sharks (Midway 1990), Truck Stop (Bally 1988).

Thanks Again Morttis. Great work I particularly like TMNT.




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  1. 3 beautiful tables !!
    great job Sergio!
    Justice would have to be done for the Sega tables, many good tables have come out lately that deserve their FSS mod.
    Infinite thanks!

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    1. Hi Tute,
      I personally had 4 original Sega tables, I actually love some of their machines. In my opinion Frankstein is the best of them, but I also love Twister .... I already had the Star Wars Trilogy (this one started the conversion, but it has a bad lighting so I stopped doing it) ... I had remade it Nick's X-Files, but I decided to do it again, it was my first machine that I made, I took Nick's and remade it, but it was bad ... I'll take an original from scratch and do it again. but I will make a big list of Sega ... I love Data East, and Sega are nothing but Data East will see low cost.

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    2. I also agree that "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" is the best SEGA table

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  2. TMNT is my wife's favorite table, so I tried to make it as beautiful as possible ... and without your help it wouldn't be possible for me to do the lighting scores in BG.

    Nick, I was thinking about the possibility of faithfully reproducing the BG lighting based on the lighting of the rom itself. I believe it would be a bit of an insane job, because I should create flahser for all lamps and then with the help of the script (CallBack Ilumination) link all the lamps with their original ROM numbering ... have you ever done this? ... it's possible?

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    1. Yes of course.. that is how most backglass are done.. Just install that backglass designer and then download the directb2s file, and import it into the designer , look at all the hardware ID's in those files, and then use them in your tables. I will show you if you can't figure it out for yourself, you are a very resourceful person. But I will be away for a week so won't be able to ATM.

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  3. Two more tables going to Google Drive ... Heavy Metal Meltdown and Black Belt...


    I love the machines from the late 80s ... so I even built the Bally model display that Nick hadn’t done yet .... this display I created for Dungeons & Dragons and how great it fits with many others in the Bally of this period.

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  4. Great, I don’t know how to do that, if you can show me there I will certainly be able to replicate the original lighting for the FSS backglass.
    In fact I only use directb2s, sometimes, for some images, but I don't know how to use the b2s designer, if I can show you all the steps to impose the b2s lighting on the fss, it would be great.

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  5. Two more tables on Google Drive:
    No Good Gofer (Williams 1997) and
    X-Files (Sega 1997) ...
    The X-Files I remade from zero Nick, is a table that I really like the theme despite the table being too easy ... I tried to make it very close to the real one, but the lighting of the BG I invented an illumination because the original is fixed (I already had a real one on this table).

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  6. No Good Gofers (also with fantasy lighting at BG), it was made at the request of Tute ... I don't like much this table, but it was very beautiful I think ... I hope you like Tute.

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