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Stun Runner 87

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  1. This looks truely awsome. Great work so far.
  2. I remember the Baby Pacman Pinball machine. It came out in 1982 and was awsome that it was both a video game and pinball at same time. Perhaps you can add the Pinball Machine gameplay part to this game. Make it kind of like an upgraded version of Midnight magic, and it could go back an forth from pinball to the actual baby pacman video game part. LoL. I know this is a massive request. But to me, Baby Pac Man isnt Baby Pacman without the pinball part of game. But either way, your program looks awsome and even without the pinball part, I'd still buy a cart from you. Keep up the good work. Your efforts are appreciated. 😎
  3. Count me in for a cart when this is completed. New Lynx games are always welcome. 😁
  4. The Lynx is better than Gamegear. Only thing that the Gamegear beats the lynx at is the massive amount of games. However, I'll take Quality or Quantity any day. Enjoy your gamegear, but you'll see that the Lynx is better. 😎
  5. I second the notion. This thread should be thrown in a bomb fire. Then we can all roast HOT DOGS over it. 😒
  6. I'd like to see a rereleased production run, even though I finally bought one from someone else months ago. Beta Phase took way too long, lol....
  7. Hello, I have a second generation Zizzle Marvel Heroes pinball machine. Everything works great on it, except there seems to be a problem with the two slingshots above the flippers. They work, however they seem to continuously go off on there own without stopping. Is there a way to fix it or get it to stop repeatingly going off. Somtimes they also seem to go move whenever pressing flipper button also. Is a wire hitting somthing wrong? I am aware that the Zizzles were cheaply made and not truly real pinball machines. Although when working right. They can be a little fun. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
  8. 😁😁😁😁😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣 MY Zaku came on the mail today also. I knew Super Fighter Team would come through on there word. I never doubted them. Thank You Super Fighter Team. I may have gained a few more gray hairs since my payment, but I'm happy with the product none the less. 🧓
  9. Yes. I used to have a Saitek a long time ago, but sold it like 10 years ago. I had the F1 Super Challenge variant. Saitek had 2 other variants. A Monster Truck and A Rt.66 one you referred to. I liked it. They don't have as good mechanics as the Astro Shooter. No pop bumpers or kick out holes. But the Saitek was still fun. It had two spinner bumpers which kind of emulated pop bumpers. I liked the long ramp on the Saitek. I'd buy another Saitek if I ever run across one again. There was a seller on eBay in the UK a few months ago that was selling a Saitek still in the box. He claimed it was still sealed. He was only asking 80 euros for it. It was the Rt.66 variant too. I had messaged him and asked if he would ship it to America. He said he'd look into it to see what the cost would be and said he would reply back to me. I wanted to buy it, but he never replied back again and it sold to someone else. 😳
  10. Thank you for the reply and information. I hope to find a Fireball home pin. I love the art work on the playfield , scoreboard and cab. For the cheaper price of a home model, the Bally ones look like decent quality in comparison to the other branded ones of the era. I wish the affordable smaller 3/4th size ones like the late 1970s home pins were still made. Unfortunately the only home model ones made today are the ones made by Stern which cost thousands of dollars and are pretty much full size minus coin slot. Thanks for wishing me luck. Peace. ✌
  11. Wanted to buy: im interested in buyinb Any of the 1977 or 1978 Bally home edition pinball machines. Fireball, Evel Kenevel, Brown Dirt Cowboy or Galaxy Ranger. Prefer one in great condition mechanically and cosmetically. If anyone has or knows where one is available , please contact me. Will pay cash. Thanks.
  12. ☹ Anyone???? Noone??????? I want a Bally Home model Fireball Pin NOW!!!!!!!!
  13. If anyone had a fully working Bally home model Galaxy Ranger , Fireball, Evel Kenevel, or Brown Dirt Cowboy Pinball machine for sale, or knows where one is avaialble, please let me know. I am very interested. Preferrablly one that fully works, is clean inside and out,also cosmetically. Would be even more awsome if someone is selling a shopped out one with LED's and new CPU. I dont want one that is a project, I want a complete one that doesn't need alot of work, and is ready to play. Thanks Let me know.
  14. One thing that would vastly improvw the game is if there were a few kick out holes and more targets.
  15. Yes it's true it's a little too easy to earn free turns. I wish there was a way to adjust it so when the ball goes into the ramp hole,you only win 1 free turn. I got up to 45 free turns in one game, which is a bit much Lol.All and all, I thinks it's a decent game. I've had fun with it. However this is the second one I've had. On The first Star Galaxy I had a few years ago, the spinner popped off after about two months of havin g it. It doesn't take much for the ball to hit the spinner real hard. I had recently ordered a brand new one from amazon, and everything works great, except i am still concerned about the spinner because of the previous experience I had with the last one I had. Every time the ball hits it, I cringe a little. I was thinking maybe the aftermarket charger might be generating too much power or somthing. That's why I was asking if anyone knew if the charger could be an issue. I also use a Zizzle adapter. I own a few full sized arcade machines "Congo" and "Gorgar", but for some i still really like the Star Galaxy 3/4th sized one just as much. It looks so small standing next to my Congo and Gorgar. I tell people that Star Galaxy is Gorgar and Congo's cute little new born baby. Lol I also a pirates and marvel heroes Zizzle machines, which are very similar to the Star Galaxy.
  16. I know, this isn't an official authentic real pinball machine, and is kind of a toy, but I like it, lol. I recently had one shipped to me brand new from Australia. As expected it came with a European adapter, and I live in North America so obviously I can't use the European adapter, so I have been using a Zizzle Pirates of Carribean adapter. My question is, is it safe for me to use the Zizzle adapter? It seems to work okay, but I'm not sure how safe it is. Is there a recomended north american adapter that any of you would suggest I use? Besides the Zizzle adapter, I also picked up a different aftermarket another adapter that works like the Zizzle one. It's a Universal Adapter made in China, with adjustable settings. It seems like it makes the Star Galaxy game work stronger like it's getting more power than the when I use the Zizzle one. It says, Model:ST-A-070-002U002AAT And it has button that adjusts the output. The Input says, Input:100-240-1.5A(1.5) 50-60Hz The Output which is adjustable says, Output:15V/16V/18.5V/19.5V/20V/22V/24V which I keep on 22V The Wattage is 70W Max Both adapter seem to work good, but the Pinball Machine seems to work stronger when I use the Universal adjustable adapter than when I use the Zizzle adapter. Anyway, does anyone know what kind of North American Adapter i should get and would be safe and just right for the Star Galaxy Pinball game? Or are the ones I have already fine? And one more question, the spinner seems like it hits the ball too hard when the ball impacts it. It kind of concerns me because I don't know how strong the thin spinning rod that the spinner top will hold up after a period of time from wear and tear.
  17. Where is my Zaku I preordere and payed for like 30 years ago? I grow tired of checking my mailbox every day with my fingers crossed. In fact, my fingers have been crossed so long now that they are stuck together and now I look like some sort of freak with deformed hands. I dont even know how the Hell I was able to type this.
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