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  • Mak
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    Alien table is cool, but where is Ripley?)

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  • McLovin
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    A user who had a similar problem suggested something that worked for him. He did also download the problematic tables on his PS3 one by one, then he could import the tables on his PS4 by pressing 'square'. Here's the quote (I Google translated it from Spanish sorry):

    'What I did was to download the tables one by one, in the Ps3 that has my brother, I did with my PSN account and then when I started the game in Ps4 I just had to give it to import the tables and finally downloaded.'

    Just a quick follow-up question about the list, you probably tried this, but I just want to be sure: Did you have the option to download them to multiple devices? The PS3 and 4 version are separate in the list, so you might have to scroll a little to find the appropiate one. I found a picture on the internet where you can see that the same game has a PS3 and a PS4 download.

    http://playstationeu.i.lithium.com/t...nal?v=v2&px=-1

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  • ElementOfInertia
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    Originally posted by McLovin View Post
    Hi!

    Did you check in your browser here: https://store.playstation.com? You need to log in and then click on your name next to your picture in the top right corner. Then if you click on "Download list" you should be able to see every game you have on your account. If you find the Zen tables you purchased, there should be an option to download for PS4.

    You can try an alternate route by going into the PSN store on your PS4 and searching for the games in there. You should have the option to download them.
    Yep. Tried everything. Honestly they're already downloaded and installed. I checked on my PS3, and downloaded them from my list just to try, and they were able to be played just fine.

    Go back to my PS4, and still nothing, tried import again and it said 'buy pack'. Seems like there's a bug or something since these were purchased on my PS4 in the store, and installed.

    Really would like to play these on PS4. Any other suggestions? I feel like I've literally tried everything. Any way ZEN can push through these tables to make them avail on my PS4?

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  • McLovin
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    Originally posted by ElementOfInertia View Post
    Hey there. I downloaded this during last week's sale and haven't been able to play Aliens vs. Pinball on PS4.

    I've tried installing, importing, uninstalling and reinstalling, uninstalling everything and re downloading, installing and importing once again. Still this series of tables is greyed out. Every other table pack I've purchased is showing available and playable. It says the unlock, and trial are both downloaded and installed. Sometimes when I click the 3 grayed out tables it says "buy pack" indefinitely. Other times it will go away and say "download and install" but they're already downloaded and installed.

    I think I originally downloaded all the rest with my PS3, then imported and downloaded on PS4 in the past, does this always have to be done? I didn't really think it mattered tbh. That's the only reason I could think this isn't working. Can anyone helping me with resolving this issue? I'm not even sure if I have room to download the tables on my PS3 anymore, or will have the ability to since I bought this from my PS4, in the store.

    Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
    Hi!

    Did you check in your browser here: https://store.playstation.com? You need to log in and then click on your name next to your picture in the top right corner. Then if you click on "Download list" you should be able to see every game you have on your account. If you find the Zen tables you purchased, there should be an option to download for PS4.

    You can try an alternate route by going into the PSN store on your PS4 and searching for the games in there. You should have the option to download them.

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  • ElementOfInertia
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    Help

    Hey there. I downloaded this during last week's sale and haven't been able to play Aliens vs. Pinball on PS4.

    I've tried installing, importing, uninstalling and reinstalling, uninstalling everything and re downloading, installing and importing once again. Still this series of tables is greyed out. Every other table pack I've purchased is showing available and playable. It says the unlock, and trial are both downloaded and installed. Sometimes when I click the 3 grayed out tables it says "buy pack" indefinitely. Other times it will go away and say "download and install" but they're already downloaded and installed.

    I think I originally downloaded all the rest with my PS3, then imported and downloaded on PS4 in the past, does this always have to be done? I didn't really think it mattered tbh. That's the only reason I could think this isn't working. Can anyone helping me with resolving this issue? I'm not even sure if I have room to download the tables on my PS3 anymore, or will have the ability to since I bought this from my PS4, in the store.

    Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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  • ShoryukenToTheChin
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    Skyway told me its every 4 successful stealth attacks will result in the increasing of multipliers by 2x.

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  • DA5ID
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    Update on bonus multipliers. I got a 2x multiplier in the android mode before I completed it, and I got another one during the order xxxx mission without completing it. Looks like bonus multipliers are triggered by hitting enemy pop up targets. Not sure of the pattern (number increases for 2x 4x etc) or if it keeps a running count or you have to hit them within a certain time limit.

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  • DA5ID
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    Bonus multipliers are raised by completing main game modes. Hit the stealth ramp several times to complete the letters and start the mode. Then hit the alien pop up targets 4 times to complete and be awarded the bonus multiplier. Haven't confirmed the other modes (android, hacking, etc.)

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  • DA5ID
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    I am trying to figure it out. I thought it might be the bumpers. It seemed to happen during regular play so I am not sure what triggered my bonus 2x multiplier. I will try to isolate it. Looking forward to the guides!

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  • ShoryukenToTheChin
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    Alien: Isolation Multipliers?

    Hey could anyone tell me how to raise the multipliers on the Alien: Isolation table.

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  • skyway73
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    Originally posted by ndever View Post
    Hi,

    there's two way to do a skillshot on AVP. You can choose the less risky way by launching the ball with full strength and activating three lanes on the right. Or you can launch the ball gently activating only two lanes on the left. In that case if you hit the left orbit that will activate the super skillshot. More risk? Yes. More points? Oh, yeah!
    Here's another video, this time me hitting the Super Skill-shot. It's not actually too hard - low power on the plunger, hit the left orbit and then hit the Alien with the upper flipper. A satisfying shot to pull of too :

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  • skyway73
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    Having a lot of fun with the AVP table, here's a video of me beating the Wizard Mode:

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  • ShoryukenToTheChin
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    Thanks.

    Originally posted by kalmanovic View Post
    *SNIP*

    OT: Thank you for all those wonderful guides! Without them I wouldn't have half as much fun with this game.
    Thank you so much.

    Originally posted by Croftanator View Post
    Generally you'll want to stay in the middle lane, as you have the option of going left or right. Maybe this is obvious, but I'll mention it just in case
    Quite often, 2 obstacles will spawn quickly one after the other - so if you can delay which way you move slightly, you're less likely to run into one, or both of them.
    Though, if you do hit an obstacle - don't panic! Just take the hit and concentrate on the next set of obstacles. It will likely be better if you stay in place rather than moving to another lane.
    Certainly don't expect to make it through without taking hits - you don't need to avoid every obstacle to make it through the Stage 1 sequences.
    With the Challenge mode, the same principles apply, but the speed gradually gets quicker. Eventually, it will indeed be more down to luck with how far you get.

    Also, there are no differences between platforms, and portrait/landscape views have roughly the same viewing distance. With practice, you should be able to complete the Stage 1 sequences most of the time, and as there is no risk of ball loss in this mode, I think the difficulty is ok. I've checked at home on retail 360, PS3, Steam and Android platforms, and have completed it every time, so I'm sure it's possible to finish Hope this helps a bit!
    Thanks a lot for the info.

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  • Croftanator
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    Originally posted by ShoryukenToTheChin View Post
    Dunno why but I just can't seem to get the hang of the APC sequence on Stage 1, I mostly complete it based on blind luck. Anybody got tips they could share?
    Generally you'll want to stay in the middle lane, as you have the option of going left or right. Maybe this is obvious, but I'll mention it just in case
    Quite often, 2 obstacles will spawn quickly one after the other - so if you can delay which way you move slightly, you're less likely to run into one, or both of them.
    Though, if you do hit an obstacle - don't panic! Just take the hit and concentrate on the next set of obstacles. It will likely be better if you stay in place rather than moving to another lane.
    Certainly don't expect to make it through without taking hits - you don't need to avoid every obstacle to make it through the Stage 1 sequences.
    With the Challenge mode, the same principles apply, but the speed gradually gets quicker. Eventually, it will indeed be more down to luck with how far you get.

    Also, there are no differences between platforms, and portrait/landscape views have roughly the same viewing distance. With practice, you should be able to complete the Stage 1 sequences most of the time, and as there is no risk of ball loss in this mode, I think the difficulty is ok. I've checked at home on retail 360, PS3, Steam and Android platforms, and have completed it every time, so I'm sure it's possible to finish Hope this helps a bit!

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  • skyway73
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    Originally posted by ndever View Post
    Hi,

    there's two way to do a skillshot on AVP. You can choose the less risky way by launching the ball with full strength and activating three lanes on the right. Or you can launch the ball gently activating only two lanes on the left. In that case if you hit the left orbit that will activate the super skillshot. More risk? Yes. More points? Oh, yeah!
    Aha! Got it, many thanks for clearing that up and apologies for insinuating a possible fault

    Wow, that sounds tough to pull off, hope we are handsomely rewarded Mr ndever

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