JP2007252446A - Pachinko machine - Google Patents

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JP2007252446A
JP2007252446A JP2006077884A JP2006077884A JP2007252446A JP 2007252446 A JP2007252446 A JP 2007252446A JP 2006077884 A JP2006077884 A JP 2006077884A JP 2006077884 A JP2006077884 A JP 2006077884A JP 2007252446 A JP2007252446 A JP 2007252446A
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A pachinko machine having a novel structure capable of arranging a plurality of movable members interlocked with each other with excellent space efficiency.
A first movable member 48 and a second movable member 50 that is moved in a direction different from the first movable member are provided, and the first movable member 48 is disposed in a stationary state. The region where the second movable member 50 is placed in a stationary state is set to a position adjacent to each other, while the second movable member 50 is moved from the region where the second movable member 50 is placed in a stationary state. The first movable member 48 is moved to a moving region that is expressed by moving the first moving member 48.
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The present invention relates to a pachinko machine provided with a plurality of movable members that are moved in association with a game effect.

  Conventionally, a pachinko machine in which a movable member is provided on a game board that can be visually recognized by a player is known. For example, a pachinko machine as described in Patent Document 1 is that. In such a pachinko machine, for example, when any special gaming state occurs, suddenly moving the movable member that has been stationary until then gives the player a change and surprise, It is designed to enhance the fun of gaming.

  By the way, in order to obtain the effect by the movement of the movable member more effectively, it is preferable to make the movement of the movable member large. For example, it is conceivable to use a large movable member, move it over a large movement range, or link a plurality of movable members in different directions.

  However, in a pachinko machine, the size of the game board is limited to a predetermined size in advance. And within that range, it is necessary to arrange a rolling area where the game ball rolls, a display screen of the symbol display device, and the like.

  Therefore, if a movable member having a large movement range or a plurality of movable members are arranged on the game board, the rolling area is narrowed. Particularly in recent years, there is a tendency for the display screen to be enlarged in order to perform more effective presentation display, and the rolling area is further narrowed together with the increase in the size of the display screen. If the rolling area is reduced, the degree of freedom of the nail layout is limited, so that the degree of freedom of adjusting the winning probability of the game ball is limited, and the pachinko machine originally called rolling of the game ball It will also damage the enjoyment of.

  It is also conceivable to dispose a movable member on a center ornament that decorates the periphery of the display screen. However, the center decoration often has a so-called stage for rolling the game ball and a warp passage for guiding the game ball from the outside of the center decoration to the stage. Therefore, it is difficult to secure a space for disposing the movable member on the center decoration. However, it is not an effective measure to enlarge the center decoration and secure the space for disposing the movable member because the rolling area is narrowed as described above.

JP 2001-246089 A

  Here, the present invention has been made in the background as described above, and the problem to be solved is that a plurality of movable members interlocked with each other can be arranged with excellent space efficiency. It is to provide a pachinko machine with a structure.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention made to solve the above-described problems will be described. In addition, the component employ | adopted in each aspect as described below is employable by arbitrary combinations as much as possible.

  That is, the present invention provides a first movable member and a second movable member that are moved in different directions on the game board, and a first arrangement region in which the first movable member is positioned in a stationary state; The second movable region where the second movable member is positioned in a stationary state is set to a position adjacent to each other, and the second movable member is moved from the second disposed region to be expressed. It is characterized in that the first movable member is moved to the moved area.

  By doing so, it is possible to make the movement of the movable member appear larger by moving the first and second movable members in different directions. Thereby, the production effect by the movement of the movable member can be improved.

  In particular, according to the present invention, the stationary position of the second movable member can be used as the moving region of the first movable member. Thereby, it becomes possible to arrange a plurality of large movable members and movable members having a large movement range with excellent space efficiency. Therefore, it is possible to improve the presentation effect by the movable member while preventing the rolling region from being narrowed as much as possible.

  Note that the first and second arrangement regions in the present invention generally refer to regions that are the initial positions of the first and second movable members, and the first and second in the normal gaming state. The movable member is positioned, and at the end of the movement effect, the first and second movable members are returned.

  Further, the game board in the present invention refers to a board material to which a game area is formed by driving various nails and a game display area to which various winning holes and symbol display devices are attached. As long as the second movable member is arranged on the game board, the arrangement position is not limited at all. Therefore, for example, in a game area where a nail is driven and a game ball rolls, it may be arranged in a mode in which it can be moved directly on the game board, or in a region outside the game area, In order to decorate the periphery of the display screen, it may be arranged so as to move on the game board by assembling to a decorative member such as a center decoration provided on the game board.

  Furthermore, the first and second movable members in the present invention are not necessarily limited to one, and a plurality of them can be provided. For example, a plurality of first movable members may be provided, and the plurality of first movable members may be moved to a stationary position of one second movable member, or a plurality of second movable members may be disposed. The stationary positions of the plurality of second movable members may be set on the moving range of one first movable member.

  Hereinafter, in order to clarify the present invention more specifically, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. In the following description, the up and down direction and the left and right direction are, in principle, the up and down direction and the left and right direction as viewed from the player, and the player side is also in principle for the front, back, front and rear sides. Let it be the front and the front.

  FIG. 1 shows a pachinko machine 10 as an embodiment of the present invention. The pachinko machine 10 includes an outer frame 12 that is formed into a frame in a vertically long rectangular shape. The outer frame 12 is assembled with an inner frame 14 in which substantially all of the main components of the pachinko machine are aggregated and provided so as to be pivotably supported on one side. Further, on the front side of the middle frame 14, there is a glass frame 18 provided with a glass plate for protecting the game board 16 attached from the back side with respect to the middle frame 14, and a dish plate 22 provided with an upper dish 20. Each is assembled to one side of the middle frame 14 so as to be pivotally supported so as to be opened and closed. Furthermore, a lower plate 24 is provided below the upper plate 20, and a firing handle 26 projects from the right side of the lower plate 24. Then, when the player rotates the launch lever 28 that is rotatably attached to the launch handle 26, the game balls stored in the upper plate 20 are passed through a ball feeding mechanism (not shown). After being sent to a launching device (not shown), it is fired toward a game area 30 formed on the game board 16.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the game board 16 includes a game board 31 as a substrate having a surface made of synthetic resin attached thereto, and a guide rail 32 fixed to the surface side of the game board 31. A display screen 34 of a liquid crystal display as a symbol display device assembled from the back surface of the game board 31 is disposed in a substantially central portion of the enclosed substantially circular game area 30 so as to be visible to the player. ing. Then, below the display screen 34 on the game board 31, various structures such as a start winning device 36 and a special variable winning device 38 are fixedly provided, whereby the game board 16 is configured. In particular, in the present embodiment, a liquid crystal display is used as the symbol display device, but a display using a CRT or LED, a drum unit, or the like can also be used.

  The game balls launched toward the game area 30 are allowed to flow down the game area 30. When the game ball wins the start winning device 36, the display of a plurality of variation symbols (not shown) is started on the display screen 34, and the variation display of the plurality of variation symbols is performed for a predetermined time. Thereafter, when a plurality of variable symbols are stopped and displayed in a specific stop display mode, a so-called jackpot gaming state occurs, and in a normal gaming state, a door 40 that blocks the entrance of the special variable winning device 38 is determined in advance. It can be opened and closed according to specified operating conditions. As a result, the entrance of the special variable prize-winning device 38 is opened, and it is possible to win a game ball to the special variable prize-winning device 38. As a result, the player cannot obtain a profit (prize ball) in a normal gaming state. Can be obtained.

  A center decoration 42 for modifying the display screen 34 is disposed around the display screen 34. The center ornament 42 is provided with a drop member 48 as a first movable member, a swing member 50 as a second movable member, an LED (not shown), and the like, which will be described later, on a mounting plate portion 45 having a through hole 44. It is configured. The through hole 44 has a size and a shape corresponding to the display screen 34 and is penetrated through the mounting plate portion 45, and the display screen 34 of the liquid crystal display disposed on the back side of the game board 31 through the through hole 44. Visible from the player. The above-described guide rail 32, start winning device 36, and the like are attached to the game board 31, and a game nail (not shown) is driven into the game area 30.

  In addition, an upper portion of the center ornament 42 is formed with a hook 46 that extends in the left-right direction and protrudes forward so that the game ball does not flow down the front surface of the display screen 34.

  As shown in FIG. 3, a dropping member 48 as a first movable member is arranged on the right side of the through hole 44 in the center ornament 42 so as to be movable in the vertical direction, and the second movable member. A swing member 50 as a member is disposed so as to be swingable in the left-right direction.

  FIG. 4 shows the back surface of the dropping member 48. Upper leg portions 54a and 54b are provided at substantially upper end portions of the back surface of the dropping member 48, while lower leg portions 56a and 56b are provided at substantially lower end portions. These upper and lower leg portions 54a, 54b, 56a, and 56b have substantially the same structure, and have a plate shape that protrudes rearward in opposition. Note that the upper leg portion 54a positioned on the right side in the attached state to the mounting plate portion 45 and the lower leg portion 56b positioned on the left side are arranged in a substantially straight line in the vertical direction. Further, the distance between the opposed surfaces of the lower leg portions 56a and 56b is slightly smaller than the distance between the opposed surfaces of the upper leg portions 54a and 54b. And between the opposing surfaces of these upper leg portions 54a and 54b and lower leg portions 56a and 56b, pins 58 and 60 extending in the horizontal direction are provided. The axial dimensions of the pins 58 and 60 are slightly larger than the distance between the opposing surfaces of the upper leg portions 54a and 54b and the lower leg portions 56a and 56b, and the upper and lower leg portions 54a, 54b, 56a and 56b. In the attached state, both end portions are slightly protruded outside the upper leg portions 54a and 54b and the lower leg portions 56a and 56b.

  Further, a transmission shaft 62 protruding rearward is integrally formed on the back surface of the dropping member 48. The transmission shaft 62 is disposed at a position approximately in the middle of the upper legs 54a and 54b in the horizontal direction and approximately in the middle of the upper legs 54a and 54b and the lower legs 56a and 56b in the vertical direction. Has been. The axial dimension of the transmission shaft 62 is larger than the rearward projecting dimension of the upper and lower leg portions 54 and 56.

  As shown in FIG. 5, the dropping member 48 having such a structure has upper legs 54 a and 54 b and lower legs 56 a and 56 b that are formed by extending the mounting plate 45 in the vertical direction. The guide grooves 66a and 66b and the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b are attached so as to be movable in the vertical direction. Specifically, as schematically shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, a pair of mounting plate upper grooves 70 a and 70 b extending in the vertical direction is provided on the right side of the through hole 44 in the mounting plate portion 45. A pair of mounting plate lower grooves 72a and 72b extending in the vertical direction are provided below the mounting plate upper grooves 70a and 70b. A cover member 78 having cover upper grooves 74a and 74b and cover lower grooves 76a and 76b having sizes and shapes corresponding to the mounting plate upper grooves 70a and 70b and the mounting plate lower grooves 72a and 72b is provided on the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45. Is attached. As a result, the mounting plate upper grooves 70a and 70b and the cover upper grooves 74a and 74b are overlapped to form upper leg guide grooves 66a and 66b, and the mounting plate lower grooves 72a and 72b and the cover lower grooves 76a and 76b are overlapped. Lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b are formed.

  The upper leg portions 54 a and 54 b and the lower leg portions 56 a and 56 b are inserted into the mounting plate upper grooves 70 a and 70 b and the mounting plate lower grooves 72 a and 72 b from the front surface of the mounting plate portion 45. Protruded. Then, pins 58 and 60 are respectively disposed on the projecting tip portions of the upper leg portions 54a and 54b and the lower leg portions 56a and 56b. Further, the cover member 78 is overlapped on the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45, so that the protruding end portions of the upper leg portions 54a and 54b are inserted so as not to protrude into the cover upper grooves 74a and 74b, and the lower leg portion 56a. , 56b are inserted so as not to protrude into the cover lower grooves 76a, 76b. As a result, the dropping member 48 cannot be removed from the mounting plate 45 and the upper and lower legs are guided in a state where the pins 58 and 60 are disposed in the gap formed between the mounting plate 45 and the cover member 78. Attached so as to be movable in the vertical direction along the grooves 66 and 68.

  Further, a mounting plate guide groove 82 extending in the vertical direction is provided between the mounting plate upper grooves 70 a and 70 b in the mounting plate portion 45, and at a position corresponding to the mounting plate guide groove 82 in the cover member 78. A cover guide groove 84 having a size and a shape corresponding to the mounting plate guide groove 82 is provided therethrough, and the mounting plate guide groove 82 and the cover guide groove 84 are overlapped so that the shaft guide extends in the vertical direction. A groove 86 is formed. The shaft guide groove 86 has a width in the left-right direction that is slightly larger than the diameter of the transmission shaft 62, and from the substantially middle portion of the upper leg guide grooves 66a, 66b in the height direction of the lower leg guide grooves 68a, 68b. It is formed with a length dimension in the up and down direction so as to reach a substantially middle portion. In a state where the dropping member 48 is assembled to the mounting plate portion 45, the transmission shaft 62 protrudes rearward of the cover member 78 through the shaft guide groove 86.

  Thus, in this embodiment, the guide path which guides the dropping member 48 is comprised including the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68 and the shaft guide groove 86, and these guide grooves 66, 68 and 86 are Both are formed so as to extend in the vertical direction in parallel with each other.

  On the other hand, the swing member 50 is configured such that a doll 90 is integrally provided on the display screen 34 side of the curved portion 88 that forms a substantially arc shape continuously with the dropping member 48. As shown in FIG. 5, a support shaft 92 that protrudes rearward is integrally formed on the back surface of the swing member 50, and is inserted into an arc-shaped groove 94 that penetrates the mounting plate portion 45. Yes.

  The arc-shaped groove 94 has a substantially arc shape that gently protrudes upward, and penetrates the mounting plate portion 45. Here, one end of the arc-shaped groove 94 is positioned substantially vertically below the shaft guide groove 86, while the other end is positioned closer to the display screen 34 than the shaft guide groove 86. The shaft guide groove 86 has a shape that extends in a circular arc shape from the vertically lower side toward the display screen 34. Thereby, the extending direction of the shaft guide groove 86 and the extending direction of the arc-shaped groove 94 are different from each other.

  A swing plate 96 having a substantially triangular plate shape is attached to the back surface of the attachment plate portion 45. The swing plate 96 swings against the mounting plate portion 45 by a swing shaft 98 formed at the apex located below the apex so that one of the portions corresponding to the apexes overlaps the arcuate groove 94. It is mounted movably. As a result, the apex portion superimposed on the arc-shaped groove 94 can be swung along the arc-shaped groove 94, and the support shaft 92 is fixedly attached to the portion so that the rocking member 50 can be moved. , And can swing along the arcuate groove 94.

  Although detailed illustration is omitted, the swing member 50 is provided with a plurality of LEDs inside. A power supply cable for supplying power to these LEDs is drawn out to the back side of the mounting plate portion 45 through an insertion hole 100 penetrating the mounting plate portion 45. Further, the swing plate 96 is formed with a notch 102 so as not to block the insertion hole 100 when swinging.

  A contact member 104 is provided on the right side of the swing member 50 on the front surface of the mounting plate portion 45. As shown in FIG. 8 as a model, a pair of insertion plate portions 106a and 106b protruding rearward are integrally formed on the back surface of the contact member 104 so as to be vertically arranged, and the insertion plate portions 106a and 106b. Is projected rearward of the mounting plate portion 45 through a guide hole 108 penetrating the mounting plate portion 45 and extending in the vertical direction. The insertion plate portions 106 a and 106 b are attached to the guide shaft 110 provided so as to extend in the vertical direction on the back surface of the attachment plate portion 45, so that they can be displaced in the vertical direction. The guide shaft 110 is mounted on a support plate portion 112 that is formed to protrude rearward slightly below the guide hole 108 and is attached to the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45 and the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45. It is attached to the attachment plate part 45 by being sandwiched between 113.

  Further, a coil spring 114 is externally inserted into the guide shaft 110 in a compressed state between the insertion plate portion 106 b and the lower end edge portion of the guide hole 108. As a result, an upward biasing force is constantly applied to the insertion plate portion 106 b, and the contact member 104 is maintained in a state where the insertion plate portion 106 a is locked to the upper end edge portion of the guide hole 108. This position is the stationary position of the contact member 104.

  A transmission mechanism 117 as a driving force transmission mechanism for transmitting the driving force of the electric motor 116 as a driving source to the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 is provided on the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45. FIG. 9 shows the mounting plate portion 45 in a state where the transmission mechanism 117 is provided. The transmission mechanism 117 includes first to fourth transmission gears 118 a to 118 d and a swing rod 120.

  More specifically, the guide member 122 is attached to the back surface of the attachment plate portion 45 so as to overlap the swing plate 96. A substantially rectangular block-shaped slide member 126 having a slit 124 that opens rearward and extends in the left-right direction is attached to the guide member 122 so that both ends thereof are guided by the guide member 122 so as to move up and down. A drive shaft 128 that protrudes forward is formed on the surface (front surface) opposite to the surface on which the slit 124 is formed in the slide member 126 (see FIG. 5). Further, though not necessarily clear from the drawings, the guide member 122 has a through hole 130 extending in the vertical direction, and a drive shaft 128 is inserted through the through hole 130. Then, the protruding portion from the through hole 130 in the drive shaft 128 is inserted into the remaining vertex portion of the swing plate 96 where the swing shaft 98 and the support shaft 92 are not formed with a predetermined length dimension. The hole 132 is inserted.

  Further, on the back side of the guide member 122, a first transmission gear 118a is rotatably disposed. The first transmission gear 118 a is directly attached to the output shaft of the electric motor 116. Although not shown, a cover member that covers substantially the entire transmission mechanism 117 is attached to the back surface of the attachment plate 45, and the electric motor 116 is attached to the outside of the cover member. The output shaft protrudes into the cover member through a through hole formed in the cover member. The first transmission gear 118a is attached to the output shaft of the electric motor 116 that protrudes into the cover member, and the first transmission gear 118a is supported by the cover member. ing. Although not apparent from the drawings, the first transmission gear 118a is formed with a rod-like engagement protrusion protruding forward, and the engagement protrusion is inserted into the slit 124 of the slide member 126. It is put.

  Then, the second to fourth transmission gears 118b to 118d are rotatably arranged in order from the first transmission gear 118a upward and meshed in series, and the driving force of the electric motor 116 is increased. It is transmitted to the fourth transmission gear 118d. Here, these transmission gears 118a to 118d are set to a gear ratio in which the fourth transmission gear 118d also rotates once when the first transmission gear 118a rotates once. In the present embodiment, a conventionally known DC motor is used as the electric motor 116, and the electric motor 116 can rotate only in one direction.

  The fourth transmission gear 118d is formed with a cam portion 136 that protrudes forward, and the abutting portion 138 of the swing rod 120 as a transmission rod is brought into contact with the cam portion 136. It has become.

  The rocking rod 120 is a substantially rod-shaped member extending with a predetermined length, and a rod-shaped abutting portion 138 protruding rearward is formed at one end, while the other is A frame-shaped portion 140 having a rectangular frame shape is integrally formed at the end. Further, a shaft hole is provided in a portion slightly closer to the contact portion 138 from the middle portion in the longitudinal direction of the swing rod 120, and the support member 142 attached to the mounting plate portion 45 is attached to the shaft hole. When the shaft 144 (see FIG. 5) is inserted, the swing rod 120 is attached so as to be rotatable about the shaft 144, and the frame-shaped portion 140 is extrapolated to the transmission shaft 62. Engaged.

  Although not shown, a plurality of LEDs as electronic components are provided inside the dropping member 48, and power is supplied by a flat cable (not shown) connected to the back surface of the dropping member 48. ing. The flat cable is inserted into the shaft guide groove 86 from the upper side of the transmission shaft 62 and extended to the back surface of the mounting plate portion 45 so as to be electrically connected to the power supply device provided on the back surface of the game board 31. It is connected to the.

  The swing rod 120 having such a structure is configured such that the contact portion 138 is brought into contact with the cam portion 136 of the fourth transmission gear 118d. Here, the cam portion 136 has a substantially semicircular shape, and the fourth transmission gear 118d is rotated (in the present embodiment, counterclockwise in FIG. 9), thereby contacting the cam portion 136. The contact state and non-contact state of the portion 138 can be expressed alternately.

  A curved surface 146 that slightly protrudes toward the non-forming portion of the cam portion 136 is formed on a non-circumferential portion that is brought into contact with the contact portion 138 in the rotation direction of the cam portion 136. When the portion 136 is brought into contact with the contact portion 138, the contact portion 138 is smoothly guided to the outer peripheral portion of the cam portion 136 by applying a downward component force to the contact portion 138. Has been. Then, the abutting portion 138 is guided downward while being guided to the outer peripheral portion of the cam portion 136, whereby the frame-shaped portion 140 is displaced upward and the fourth transmission gear 118d is stopped, so that the cam By maintaining the locked state of the contact portion 138 by the outer peripheral portion of the portion 136, the frame-shaped portion 140 is maintained at the upper moving end position.

  As a result, the dropping member 48 is supported by the swing rod 120 and within the upper region in which the upper portion of the shaft guide groove 86 and the upper end portions of the upper leg guide groove 66 and the lower leg guide groove 68 are formed. It is designed to be positioned in And this upper side area | region is made into the 1st arrangement | positioning area | region, and is made into the stationary position where the dropping member 48 in a stationary state is located. In this stationary position, the upper and lower leg portions 54 and 56 of the dropping member 48 are positioned at the upper end portions of the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68, respectively.

  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 5, the slide member 126 engaged with the first transmission gear 118a is positioned at the lower moving end in the stationary state, and the support shaft 92 of the swing plate 96 is arcuate. The groove 94 is positioned at the end opposite to the display screen 34.

  Thus, the swing member 50 is positioned in the lower region where the lower end portion of the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower portion of the lower leg guide groove 68 in the mounting plate portion 45 are formed. The lower region is a second arrangement region, which is a stationary position where the swing member 50 in a stationary state can be positioned.

  Here, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 10, the dropping member 48 is positioned so as to be superimposed on the upper portion of the shaft guide groove 86 and the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68 at the stationary position and swings. The member 50 is positioned so as to overlap the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b extending downward from the dropping member 48 in the stationary position. Thus, in the present embodiment, the stationary position of the swinging member 50 is set adjacently below the stationary position of the dropping member 48. Then, due to the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 positioned at the stationary position, substantially the whole of the shaft guide groove 86 and the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68 constituting the guide path of the dropping member 48 are difficult for the player to see. It is hidden. In this embodiment, the rest position is the initial position of the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50, and can be positioned under the normal gaming state.

  Further, particularly in the present embodiment, the swing member 50 has a larger size in a front view of the portion overlapping the arc-shaped groove 94 at the stationary position than the arc-shaped groove 94. As a result, the rocking member 50 positioned at the stationary position is overlapped, so that substantially the entire arc-shaped groove 94 is hidden from the player so that it is difficult to see.

  Further, particularly in the present embodiment, the dropping member 48 positioned at the stationary position and the curved portion 88 of the swinging member 50 are substantially half continuous from the decorative member 148 fixedly provided on the mounting plate portion 45. An arc shape is formed, and the decorative member 148, the dropping member 48, and the swinging member 50 can be seen as an integral member. In addition, since the shaft guide groove 86, the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68, and the arcuate groove 94 are substantially concealed, the decorative member 148, the dropping member 48, and the swinging member 50 are attached to the mounting plate portion. It is possible to make it look like an integral decorative member fixedly attached to 45.

  When power is supplied to the electric motor 116 in a state where the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 are positioned at the stationary position, for example, when a special gaming state occurs, the first transmission gear 118a is It can be rotated. As a result, the slide member 126 is displaced upward by the guide action of the engagement projection (not shown) formed to project forward in the first transmission gear 118a, the slit 124, and the guide member 122. At the same time, due to the guide action of the drive shaft 128 and the shaft insertion hole 132 provided on the slide member 126, the swing plate 96 is rotated about the swing shaft 98, and the support shaft 92 is formed into the arc-shaped groove 94. Along the display screen 34 side.

  Then, when the swinging member 50 is positioned at the moving end position shown in FIG. 11, the lower portion of the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower end portions of the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b on which the swinging member 50 is overlapped. It is made visible to the player. As a result, a vacant area is caused to appear in the lower area where the lower portion of the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower end portions of the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b are formed. It is supposed to be an area.

  At the moving end position, the swinging member 50 is displaced toward the display screen 34 so that a part of the swinging member 50 overlaps the display screen 34, so that a large movable range can be obtained. . Further, the leg 150 of the doll 90 is fixed above the arc-shaped groove 94 on the front surface of the mounting plate portion 45, and the swinging member 50 is overlapped when the swinging member 50 is in the stationary position, so that it is difficult to see. On the other hand, the swinging member 50 is made to appear so as to be visible by being displaced to the moving end position.

  On the other hand, the fourth transmission gear 118d releases the contact state between the cam portion 136 and the contact portion 138 when the swinging member 50 is displaced toward the display screen 34 and deviates from the vertically lower side of the dropping member 48. It has become so. Then, the abutting state of the cam portion 136 and the abutting portion 138 is released, and the downward displacement of the frame-like portion 140 is permitted, so that the upper and lower leg portions 54 and 56 of the dropping member 48 are Guided by the guide grooves 66 and 68, it is allowed to fall down along the shaft guide groove 86 vertically by its own weight.

  In this way, the dropping member 48 dropped by its own weight is brought into contact with the contact member 104 disposed below. The falling member 48 and the abutting member 104 are both displaced downward against the urging force of the coil spring 114. Thereby, in this embodiment, it is possible to move the contact member 104 by bringing the drop member 48 that is dropped by its own weight into contact, and the contact member 104 is realized as a movable member with a simple configuration. It is possible to do.

  The dropping member 48 dropped downward is locked by a wall portion (not shown) formed at the lower ends of the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66a, 66b, 68a, 68b at the axial ends of the pins 58, 60. To stop it. At such a stop position, the upper and lower leg portions 54 and 56 are positioned at the lower end portions of the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68, and this position is the moving end position of the dropping member 48. Here, particularly in the present embodiment, the dropping member 48 is brought into contact with the contact member 104 before being positioned at the moving end position, and the upward biasing force is exerted on the coil spring 114, thereby decelerating. It is designed to be buffered and stopped. Thereby, it is possible to reduce the impact of hitting between the members when the pins 58 and 60 are locked.

  In the present embodiment, the moving end position of the dropping member 48 is set in a lower region where the lower portions of the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b are formed. That is, when the swinging member 50 positioned in the lower area is displaced in a stationary state, an empty area is formed in the lower area, and the falling member 48 is moved to the moving area. It can be moved in.

  When the electric motor 116 is further rotated after the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 are moved to the moving end position, the cam portion 136 and the contact portion 138 are again brought into contact with each other, and the contact portion. By guiding 138 downward, the frame-like portion 140 is displaced upward. Thereby, the dropping member 48 is displaced upward and returned to the stationary position.

  At the same time, when the dropping member 48 is displaced upward from the lower ends of the shaft guide groove 86 and the lower leg guide grooves 68a and 68b, the slide member 126 is displaced downward after being positioned at the upper moving end. It is supposed to be damned. As a result, the swing plate 96 is rotated to the outside of the mounting plate portion 45 along the arcuate groove 94, and the swing member 50 is returned to the stationary position.

  Thus, in the present embodiment, the swing member 50 is moved in the substantially horizontal direction, while the dropping member 48 is moved in the substantially vertical direction, and the swing member 50 and the drop member 48 are They can be moved in different directions. Thereby, the movement of a movable member can be shown largely and the effect on production can be heightened more.

  Further, in the present embodiment, the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 positioned at the stationary position are formed with a shape continuous from the decorative member 52 provided on the mounting plate portion 45, and the dropping member 48. When the swinging member 50 is positioned at the stationary position, the shaft guide groove 86, the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68, and the arcuate groove 94 are substantially entirely hidden. As a result, the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 can be seen as a single decorative member fixed to the attachment plate portion 45, and the dropping member 48 and the swinging member that look like such a single fixing member can be seen. It is also possible to increase the surprise given to the player by separating the moving members 50 from each other and moving them in different directions.

  In particular, in the present embodiment, since the dropping member 48 is moved toward the stationary position of the swinging member 50, the region where the swinging member 50 is disposed can be used as the moving region of the dropping member 48. Thus, the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 that are moved in different directions can be arranged with excellent space efficiency.

  As mentioned above, although one Embodiment of this invention was explained in full detail, this is an illustration to the last, Comprising: This invention is not limited at all by the specific description in this Embodiment.

  For example, the movement of the first movable member is not necessarily limited to free fall, and may be driven by the driving force of the driving source. Further, the movement mode of the first and second movable members is not limited at all. For example, the dropping member 48 in the above-described embodiment is swung like the swinging member 50, while the swinging member 50 is swung. May be reciprocated like the dropping member 48, or both the first and second movable members are swung and the first movable member is moved to the stationary position of the second movable member. It may be equal. Furthermore, the first and second movable members do not necessarily have to be guided by guide grooves, guide rails, or the like. For example, the above-described dropping member 48 is supported by being suspended using a wire or the like. May be.

  In the above-described embodiment, the drop member 48 and the swing member 50 are directly interlocked by the transmission mechanism 117. For example, the drive source that drives the drop member 48 and the swing member 50 are driven. Each drive source may be provided, and the drive sources may be indirectly linked by electrically controlling the drive sources with software.

  In addition, although not enumerated one by one, the present invention can be carried out in a mode to which various changes, modifications, improvements, and the like are added based on the knowledge of those skilled in the art. It goes without saying that all are included in the scope of the present invention without departing from the spirit of the present invention.

  The technical idea of the present invention that can be grasped from the above embodiment will be described below.

(1) A guide path for guiding the first movable member is formed on the game board so as to extend to the second arrangement area, and the first position is located in the first arrangement area. 2. The guide path according to claim 1, wherein the guide path is difficult to be visually recognized by a player by superimposing the one movable member and the second movable member positioned in the second arrangement region on the guide path. Pachinko machine.

  In this way, the guide path for guiding the first and second drop members can be concealed, making it difficult for the player to recognize that the first and second drop members are movable members. I can do it. Thereby, the surprise given to a player can be enlarged more by moving the 1st and 2nd movable member which is hard to be recognized as a movable member. For example, in the above-described embodiment, the guide path is configured by the shaft guide groove 86 and the upper and lower leg guide grooves 66 and 68, and the drop member 48 and the second member 48 as the first movable member positioned at the stationary position. By superimposing the swinging member 50 as a movable member, substantially the whole of the swinging member 50 is concealed from the player so that it is difficult to see.

(2) The first movable member positioned in the first arrangement area and the second movable member positioned in the second arrangement area are configured to be continuous with each other. The pachinko machine according to claim 1 or technical idea (1).

  If it does in this way, the 1st and 2nd movable member can be made to look like an integral member. Then, by separating the first and second movable members that look like integral members and moving them in different directions, the surprise given to the player can be further increased. For example, in the above-described embodiment, the dropping member 48 as the first movable member and the curved portion 88 of the swinging member 50 as the second movable member have a continuous shape. Further, in the above-described embodiment, since the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 are formed in a shape that continues from the decorative member 148 fixed to the mounting plate portion 45, the decorative member positioned in a fixed manner. By separating the dropping member 48 and the swinging member 50 from 148, it is possible to achieve a greater effect.

The front view which shows the pachinko machine as one Embodiment of this invention. The front view which shows the game board of the pachinko machine. The principal part enlarged front view which shows the movable member of the pachinko machine. The enlarged rear view which shows a dropping member. The principal part enlarged rear view which shows the center decoration which removed the drive mechanism. FIG. 6 is a VI-VI cross-sectional model diagram in FIG. 5. VII-VII cross-sectional model diagram in FIG. Sectional model for demonstrating a contact member. The principal part expansion rear view which shows the center decoration provided with the drive mechanism. The principal part expansion explanatory drawing which shows a movable member and a guide path. The principal part enlarged view which shows the movement state of a movable member.

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10: Pachinko machine, 18: Glass frame, 31: Game board, 34: Display screen, 42: Center decoration, 45: Mounting plate part, 48: Drop member, 50: Swing member, 66a: Upper leg guide groove, 66b : Upper leg guide groove, 68a: lower leg guide groove, 68b: lower leg guide groove, 86: shaft guide groove, 88: curved portion, 94: arc-shaped groove, 104: contact member, 116: electric motor, 117: transmission mechanism 120: Oscillating rod

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  1. In a pachinko machine equipped with a plurality of movable members on the game board that can be moved in relation to the game production,
    A first movable member as the movable member that is moved on the game board; and the first movable member that is moved in a direction different from the first movable member in conjunction with the first movable member. A second movable member as a movable member, a first arrangement region in which the first movable member is positioned in a stationary state, and a second region in which the second movable member is positioned in a stationary state While disposing the disposition area at a position adjacent to each other, moving the first movable member to the movement area expressed by moving the second movable member from the second disposition area. A pachinko machine characterized by


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