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Thread: Trampolines in Dead Pool: Are you KIDDING me?!?!?!

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    Ok...whose sick joke was this? I mean...really. Any time the ball gets bounced back and forth between these things just above the flippers...it's an absolute death sentence. The angling of them is such that they just pass the ball back and forth while moving the ball upwards until they valut the ball into one of the outlanes. It's one of the most asinine things I've ever seen. It happens dozens and dozens of times across even a single hour of gameplay. Great table...but it's absolutely ludicrous how a portion of table you absolutely can't do anything to avoid constantly puts the outlanes in play. How do I combat this? This is driving me bat**** crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UranusIsBroken View Post
    Ok...whose sick joke was this? I mean...really. Any time the ball gets bounced back and forth between these things just above the flippers...it's an absolute death sentence. The angling of them is such that they just pass the ball back and forth while moving the ball upwards until they valut the ball into one of the outlanes. It's one of the most asinine things I've ever seen. It happens dozens and dozens of times across even a single hour of gameplay. Great table...but it's absolutely ludicrous how a portion of table you absolutely can't do anything to avoid constantly puts the outlanes in play. How do I combat this? This is driving me bat**** crazy.
    Nudge up

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    They're called "Slingshots" and the way they behave on DeadPool is how they behave on real pinball machines. They make the ball projection very unpredictable. Like DA5ID said, try nudging the table upward. That usually can divert the ball away from the outlane.

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    Thank you, sir. Has helped considerably

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