This is a very nice machine. Minimal planking on the playfield, a perfect backglass and near perfect cabinet, this machine is headed back to a home in Lewistown, MT.
This game is no longer for sale as of 6/17/17.
A very promising new repair technology.
This is a beautiful machine out of Circle, MT just waiting for a little TLC.
As of 6/15/17, this game is no longer available:
On games like Marvel vs. Capcom, they had a suicide battery. When the voltage drops, the game forgets the key and doesn’t boot. This suicide battery took it’s directions to heart. Thanks to Dave Okert on FB for posting.
The control surface is dirty, but no scuffs. It has a little cracking around the joystick bolt and a slight cig burn above and right of the 1P start button. Fully populated with unlighted volcano buttons and leaf buttons and joystick. There are a couple scuffs and chips out of the front of the CP. A little rusty inside.
Using a J-ROK board and a 29″ LCD TV
The game practices “win control” there are 3 levels ($) of prize and you set win control for each with one of 3 rotary switches. they can be set from 40-999 for each prize level. This is the number of “win controlled” plays until the machine goes to skill mode.
The blade always has the same pressure.. which is almost nothing. This does not change. What happens is that the button that brings the scissors toward you is electronically held down just a bit longer when you release it correctly. The game is calibrated to know the exact position of the string and if the game is in “win-control” it will come just a bit further toward you (deliberately missing the string every time).
So how do you cheat and cut the string during “win control”?
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