JP2010035718A - Performance device for game machine and game machine having the same - Google Patents

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JP2010035718A
JP2010035718A JP2008200095A JP2008200095A JP2010035718A JP 2010035718 A JP2010035718 A JP 2010035718A JP 2008200095 A JP2008200095 A JP 2008200095A JP 2008200095 A JP2008200095 A JP 2008200095A JP 2010035718 A JP2010035718 A JP 2010035718A
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Giichi Adachi
Toru Nakamura
亨 中村
義一 足立
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An effect device for a gaming machine that can improve a production effect by enabling a complex effect operation on a movable body and can be installed compactly even in a small space, and a gaming machine equipped with the same.
The second movable body is driven by a second drive means 29 regardless of the movable position of the first movable body 22 driven by the first drive means 28 within a predetermined movable range. The first movable body 22 is provided so as to be movable independently of the first movable body 22.
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  The present invention relates to an effect device for a gaming machine and a gaming machine including the same.

  In gaming machines such as pachinko machines, a game board is detachably assembled to an inner frame that can be opened and closed with respect to an outer frame. The inner frame is provided with a front frame that can be opened and closed.

  In the game area formed on the board surface of the game board, various game objects are provided around the symbol display device (liquid crystal display device) along with the expansion of the game region, and various movable bodies are provided at the periphery of the symbol display device. There is provided a production device. For example, various gaming machines have been proposed in which a production effect is enhanced by operating a movable production member in accordance with the gaming state of the symbol display device.

  Specifically, a game that causes the effect member to perform the first effect operation by the first drive means, and drives the second drive means to perform the second effect operation on the effect member on condition that the operation ends. A machine has been proposed (Patent Document 1).

Further, the movable effect unit having the movable effect member provided in the movable effect device is rocked by a motor drive in the vertical direction with respect to the mounting base portion, and the movable effect unit is operated by a solenoid provided on the drive base of the movable effect unit. There has also been proposed a gaming machine that realizes a complicated effect of the movable effect member by swinging the right and left with respect to the drive base to enhance the effect (see Patent Document 2).
JP 2008-125565 A JP 2006-314658 A

  However, since the production member of Patent Document 1 described above is configured to perform the second production operation after performing the first production operation in time series, the production operation of the production member is poor in change. , The desired production effect cannot be obtained. Further, there is a limitation in the rendering operation that the next operation cannot be performed unless the rendering member moves to a predetermined position.

  Moreover, since the movable production | presentation apparatus of patent document 2 can drive a movable production | generation member individually in a different direction using a some drive source, the complicated operation | movement of a movable production | presentation member is realizable. However, a movable effect unit is provided in front of the first drive source (motor) provided on the mounting base, and in front of the second drive source (solenoid) provided on the drive base of the movable effect unit. A movable effect member is provided. For this reason, since the structure is enlarged in the thickness direction of the gaming machine and the symbol display device is enlarged, a large installation space is required. Further, since the movable effect members respectively driven by the first and second drive sources are mechanically connected, one operation failure easily affects the other effect operation, and the operation reliability is also lowered. Since the movable rendering unit is provided with a solenoid, it can be assembled if it is a large unit, but it is not versatile because it cannot be assembled by a small unit.

  SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide an effect device for a gaming machine and a game machine equipped with the same, which can improve the effect of the effect by enabling a complex effect operation on a movable body and can be installed compactly even in a space-saving manner.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention comprises the following configuration.
A first movable body that is provided so as to be linearly movable or rotatable with respect to a mechanism base provided at a predetermined location of the gaming machine, and a moving direction of the first movable body that is assembled to be movable to the first movable body A second movable body that moves in a direction crossing the first movable body; a first drive unit that is assembled to the mechanism base and moves the first movable body; and a first drive unit that is assembled to the mechanism base. And a second driving means for moving the second movable body in a direction crossing the moving direction of the first movable body by the first movable body driven by the first driving means. The second movable body is provided so as to be movable independently of the first movable body by the second driving means at any movable position within a predetermined movable range. And
Here, the term “linear motion” refers to linear movement.

  Further, the first movable body is provided with a restricting means for interrupting drive transmission from the second drive means to the second movable body when the first movable body is at a predetermined position within the movable range. It is characterized by that.

  Further, biasing means for biasing the second movable body from the movable position of the second movable body to which the drive transmission is transmitted from the second drive means toward the origin position where the drive transmission is released It is provided in one movable body.

  The first movable body may be provided with auxiliary means for assisting the return of the first movable body from the movable position to a predetermined reference position.

  In addition, the gaming machine is characterized in that any one of the above-described effect devices for gaming machines is provided in a gaming area so as to be displaceable according to the gaming state.

If the above-described effect device for gaming machines is used, the second movable body is the second movable body regardless of the movable position of the first movable body driven by the first driving means within the predetermined movable range. The drive means is provided so as to be movable independently of the first movable body.
In this way, the first and second movable bodies are each driven at different timings in different directions by different driving means, so that a variety of complicated and varied presentation operations can be performed, and the presentation effect can be enhanced. it can.
In addition, since the first and second movable bodies and the first and second driving means are integrally assembled on the same mechanism base, the rendering device can be assembled in a small space-saving manner within a limited installation area. Can do.

  Further, when the first movable body is provided with a restricting means for blocking drive transmission from the second drive means to the second movable body when the first movable body is in a predetermined position, The second movable body does not move carelessly with respect to the first movable body with a simple configuration.

  In addition, when an auxiliary means for assisting the return of the first movable body from the movable position to the predetermined reference position is provided, the first movable body can be reliably returned to the reference position. Further, the auxiliary means can define the movable range of the first movable body and reduce the driving load caused by the first driving means when the first movable body returns from the movable position to the reference position. Furthermore, the first movable body can be protected from an impact such as vibration when the gaming machine is transported.

  In addition, in the gaming machine equipped with the above-described game machine effect device, the first and second movable bodies are driven by different driving means, respectively, and therefore perform complicated and varied operations according to the gaming state. It can be installed in a limited game area, and a variety of effects can be performed without the player's interest.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be specifically described with reference to the drawings.
A schematic configuration of the gaming machine according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. In this embodiment, a pachinko machine will be described as an example of a gaming machine. The pachinko machine 1 includes an inner frame (not shown) in which an outer frame 2 and a game board 3 are provided, and a front frame 4 that covers the inner frame. An inner frame (not shown) is attached to the outer frame 2 by a hinge 5 so as to be opened and closed. The front frame 4 is attached to the inner frame so as to be openable and closable (the hinge portion is not shown). A window portion 6 through which the player can visually recognize the game board 3 is provided at the center of the front frame 4. Around the window 6, decorative portions 7a and 7b, speakers (not shown), and the like are provided.

  Further, below the window portion 6 of the front frame 4, there is provided an upper ball tray 9a for storing rental balls and prize balls and guiding the ball to a launching device (not shown), and below that an excess ball of the upper ball tray 9a. Is provided with a lower ball tray 9b. In addition, an ashtray 10 that accommodates a cigarette butt is provided on the left side of the lower ball tray 9b, and a launching handle 11 is provided on the right side of the lower ball tray 9b for a launching device (not shown) to launch a game ball toward the game area. It has been.

  In the game area formed on the board surface of the game board 3, a center accessory 12 having a symbol display device (liquid crystal display device) 8 is provided at the center, and a nail and a through chucker 13 (not shown) are provided around the center. A wind turbine 14, an electric tulip 15, an attacker 16, a rail 17, a side lamp 18 and other panel parts, an out port 19 and the like are provided.

  The center accessory 12 is provided with an effect device 21 in which the movable body moves in accordance with the game state in the front space S where the symbol display device 8 is arranged. The movable body is provided with an electrical component such as a light emitting substrate, which will be described later, and a complicated moving operation can be performed by alternately or combining a rotating operation and a linear motion operation by a driving means described later.

  A schematic configuration of the rendering device 21 will be described with reference to FIGS. 2 to 4, 6, and 7. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the effect device 21 includes a mechanism base 23 assembled at a predetermined position in the game area, and rotates (correctly) about a rotation shaft 25 provided through the mechanism base 23. A first movable body 22 that rotates in the opposite direction is assembled.

  The second movable body (decorative body 24a) is assembled to the first movable body 22 so as to be movable. Specifically, the decorative body 24 a is assembled to the first movable body 22 so as to be capable of reciprocating in the radial direction around the rotation shaft 25 of the first movable body 22. The rocket-shaped decorative body 24 a is connected to the movable slider 24, and is assembled with the movable slider 24 so as to reciprocate in the longitudinal direction of the first movable body 22. As will be described later, for example, a light emitting substrate 27 on which an LED 26 (see FIG. 4) is mounted on the first movable body 22 is integrally assembled.

  A drive motor (first drive means) 28 is integrally assembled with the mechanism base 23. The drive motor 28 rotates the first movable body 22 within a predetermined range about the rotation shaft 25 (rotates in both forward and reverse directions) through a gear train described later. In FIG. 3, a solenoid (second drive means) 29 is integrally assembled with the mechanism base 23. 6A and 6B, the solenoid 29 reciprocates a plunger 29a (movable shaft) between a protruding position where the plunger 29a (movable shaft) protrudes from the solenoid body 29c and a retracted position where the solenoid body 29c is pulled. In FIG. 7, the solenoid 29 is relative to the moving direction of the second movable body (decorative body 24 a) that is assembled so as to be capable of reciprocating in the radial direction around the rotation shaft 25 of the first movable body 22. It is provided on the mechanism base 23 so that the moving directions of the plunger 29a intersect each other. The solenoid 29 reciprocates the second movable body (decorative body 24 a) through the rotating arm 30.

  In FIG. 4, the structure of the first movable body 22 will be described in more detail. The first movable body 22 is formed in a frame body on the front end side, and is formed in a plate-like body that fits the rotation shaft 25 on the rear end side. A decorative body 24 a (second movable body) having a rocket shape and a fixed member 24 b are integrally assembled on one surface of the first movable body 22. A slider bush 24d is fitted into a boss portion 24c projecting from the fixed component 24b, and the tip of the boss portion 24c penetrates the long hole 22a of the first movable body 22 and is assembled from the other surface. It fits in the boss hole 24e. The slider bush 24d is fitted to a boss hole 24e facing the other surface through a long hole 22a from one surface, so that the long hole 22a is sandwiched between the fixed member 24b and the movable slider 24 and is slidably assembled. . As a result, the decorative body 24 a is assembled integrally with the movable slider 24 and is slidably assembled in the longitudinal direction of the first movable body 22.

  Further, among the presser bushes 24f and 24g that sandwich the guide holes 22b provided in the first movable body 22 from both sides, the decorative presser bush 24f is fitted with a boss (not shown) provided in the decorative body 24a. It has become. As a result, the front end side of the decorative body 24a is assembled so as to be slidable along the guide hole 22b while the lifting from the first movable body 22 is suppressed.

In FIG. 4, one end of a coil spring 24 h is fixed to one end side of the long hole 22 a of the first movable body 22, and the other end is fitted into a protrusion 24 i of the movable slider 24. Therefore, in FIG. 5, the movable slider 24 (decorative body 24a) is always biased toward the rotating shaft 25 side of the first movable body 22 by the coil spring 24h (linear movement direction origin position).
In FIG. 4, the light emitting substrate 27 is fixed to the other surface of the first movable body 22 so as to overlap. On the other surface of the first movable body 22, a harness presser 40 for binding connection wiring (not shown) for supplying power to the light emitting substrate 27 is assembled.

  In FIG. 7, the turning arm 30 extends to a first arm portion 30a that connects a turning shaft 32 provided on the mechanism base 23 and a plunger 29a, and an offset space K on the side of the solenoid body 29c. A movable slider 24 at the origin position and a second arm portion 30b facing each other through a required gap 31 are provided. The second arm portion 30 b is formed with an arcuate contact portion 30 c that is curved so as to be close to the movable slider 24. The shape of the contact portion 30c is not limited to an arc, but may be another curved shape.

  The rotating arm 30 converts the linear motion of the plunger 29a of the solenoid 29 into a rotational motion around the rotating shaft 32, and transmits the drive to the decorative body 24a (second movable body) through the movable slider 24. That is, when the solenoid 29 is turned ON / OFF, the direct movement of the planer 29a is changed to rotation about the rotation shaft 32 of the rotation arm 30, and the outer peripheral edge portion of the contact portion 30c passes through the gap 31. The decorative body 24a that is in contact with the movable slider 24 located at the opposite origin position and is assembled integrally with the movable slider 24 is oriented so as to intersect the rotational direction of the first movable body 22 (for example, the first movable body 22 It is designed to push in the radial direction.

  Thus, since the 1st movable body 22 with which the 2nd movable body (decorative body 24a) was assembled | attached, the drive motor 28, and the solenoid 29 are integrally assembled | attached to the same mechanism base 23, the production | presentation apparatus 21 is used. In a limited installation area, it can be assembled in a compact and space-saving manner.

  Here, an example of a drive transmission mechanism from the drive motor 28 will be described. In FIG. 3, a drive motor 28 is assembled to the rear surface on one end side of the mechanism base 23. A motor gear 28 a is assembled to the motor shaft of the drive motor 28. In addition, a fan-shaped gear 33 is integrally assembled with the rotation shaft 25 of the first movable body 22. The motor gear 28 a and the sector gear 33 are engaged with each other via a gear train 34 that is rotatably mounted on the mechanism base 23. A pin 33 a is projected from the sector gear 33 and is connected to a pin 23 a projected from the mechanism base 23 by a tension spring 35 (auxiliary means). The tension spring 35 always acts on a tension force so as to hold the first movable body 22 at the reference position in FIG. 3, and the drive motor 28 resists the tension force of the tension spring 35 in the first movable state. The body 22 is rotated within a predetermined range about the rotation shaft 25 to the movable position. When the first movable body 22 returns from the movable position to the original position in FIG. 3, the tension spring 35 acts to reduce the drive load of the drive motor 28 and absorbs backlash between the gears. In FIG. 2, the gear train 34 is covered with a mechanism cover 36 assembled to the mechanism base 23.

  In FIG. 7, a reference position restricting wall 23 b projects from a portion of the mechanism base 23 corresponding to the reference position of the first movable body 22, and at a position corresponding to the rotating end of the first movable body 22. A rotation end regulating wall 23c is provided so as to project. In FIG. 4, the first movable body 22 is provided with a stopper 22c protruding from the reference position regulating wall 23b and the rotation end regulating wall 23c. The first movable body 22 is configured such that the stopper 22c comes into contact with the reference position regulating wall 23b at the reference position and stops at the reference position. The first movable body 22 is configured such that the rotation range is restricted by the stopper 22c coming into contact with the rotation end regulating wall 23c at the rotation end.

  In FIG. 5, the first movable body 22 is provided with a light shielding plate 37 in the vicinity of the rotation shaft 25, and the light shielding plate 37 is formed with a notch 37 a. In FIG. 3, the drive motor 28 is driven in a predetermined direction within a range in which the photo sensor 38 assembled to the mechanism base 23 is shielded by the light shielding plate 37. Further, when the photo sensor 38 detects the notch 37 a provided in the light shielding plate 37, the drive of the drive motor 28 is temporarily stopped, and the rotation of the first movable body 22 is temporarily stopped. In this state, for example, the solenoid 29 can be operated to perform an effect operation of reciprocating the second movable body (decorative body 24a). In FIG. 2, a relay board 41 that supplies power to the photo sensor 38 is assembled to the mechanism base 23 by a relay board presser 42. Connection wiring (not shown) connected to the relay substrate 41 is covered with the harness guide cover 43 to suppress the spread of the wiring.

  Next, an example of a drive transmission mechanism from the solenoid 29 to the second movable body (decorative body 24a) will be described. As shown in FIGS. 6 (a) and 6 (c), the solenoid 29 has a coil spring 29b attached to the outer periphery of the plunger 29a so as to be resilient, and biases the plunger 29a toward the protruding position. A connector 39 is provided at the tip of the plunger 29a. The connecting tool 39 is connected by inserting a pin 30d provided on the first arm 30a of the rotating arm 30 into the elongated hole 39a. 6B and 6D, when the solenoid 29 is energized, the plunger 29 is sucked into the solenoid main body 29c and the rotating arm 30 is rotated clockwise about the rotating shaft 32 via the connector 39 (see FIG. 6). 6 (b) Rotate a predetermined amount in the direction of arrow CW. At this time, in FIG. 9, the contact portion 30c provided on the second arm 30b pushes the end of the movable slider 24, and the decorative body 24a is moved against the urging force of a coil spring 24h described later. The movable body 22 is slid toward the distal end side in the longitudinal direction. Note that the rotation range of the rotation arm 30 is restricted by the second arm portion 30b coming into contact with a protrusion provided on a part of the rotation end restriction wall 23c.

  6 (c) and 6 (d), a protrusion 45 projects from the lower end on the front end side of the contact portion 30c provided on the second arm 30b. 5 and 7, a regulating wall 44 (regulating means) is provided in the vicinity of the rotation shaft 25 of the first movable body 22 so as to face the projection 45. When the first movable body 22 is at the rotation direction origin position shown in FIG. 7, the protrusion 45 and the restriction wall 44 are in a position overlapping in the radial direction around the rotation shaft 25 (restricted state).

  Therefore, even if the solenoid 29 is turned on at the position of FIG. 7, the rotating arm 30 cannot rotate clockwise about the rotating shaft 32, and the drive transmission from the solenoid 29 to the movable slider 24 is interrupted. . As a result, the decorative body 24a is prevented from inadvertently moving with respect to the first movable body 22 at the reference position, and the center accessory 12 can be protected. Further, by adjusting the projecting positions of the restriction wall 44 of the first movable body 22 and the protrusion 45 of the second arm portion 30b of the protrusion 45, the desired position within the rotation range of the first movable body 22 can be achieved. The movement of the second movable body (decorative body 24a) can be restricted.

  The first movable body 22 is pulled to a reference position by a tension spring 35 (see FIG. 3), and the movable slider 24 is movable on the distal end side in the longitudinal direction of the first movable body 22 (outward in the rotational radius direction). It remains biased by the coil spring 24h toward the linear motion direction origin position on the longitudinal rotation shaft side (inward in the rotational radius direction) from which the drive transmission is released.

  When the first movable body 22 is rotated from the reference position to the movable position by the pulling force of the tension spring 35, the first movable body can be rotated in a stable state without being rattled by receiving the pulling force at all times. 22 can be reliably returned to the reference position, and the driving load of the drive motor 28 when the first movable body 22 returns from the movable position to the reference position can be reduced. Furthermore, when the pachinko machine 1 is conveyed, the first movable body 22 can be protected from an impact such as vibration.

  In FIG. 7, since the origin position of the movable slider 24 (decorative body 24a) is positioned in the offset space K on the side of the solenoid main body 29c, the solenoid main body 29c and the movable slider 24 (decorative body 24a) are arranged. ) Can be placed as close as possible. The drive transmission mechanism faces the movable slider 24 at the origin position via a required gap 31 and is linked to the plunger 29a of the solenoid 29 so as to center the linear motion of the plunger 29a around the rotation shaft 32. Since the movable slider 24 (decorative body 24a) is displaced from the origin position to the movable position by converting into the rotational motion of the rotational arm 30, the drive transmission path from the solenoid 29 is also transmitted without being in the serial direction. The

  Thereby, in the limited installation area | region of the pachinko machine 1, the presentation apparatus 21 can be assembled | attached compactly. Further, by adjusting the lengths of the first arm portion 30a and the second arm portion 30b linked to the rotation shaft 32, a slight linear movement of the plunger 20a is converted into a rotation of the rotation arm 30 within a predetermined range. Thus, drive transmission can be performed efficiently in a limited installation area.

In particular, if the second arm portion 30b is formed with an abutting portion 30c that is curved in an arc shape so as to be close to the movable slider 24, the forward and backward movement of the plunger 29a is accompanied by the rotation of the rotary arm 30 even if it is small. Since the contact range of the contact portion 30c to the movable slider 24 is expanded, the moving range of the decorative body 24a can be expanded, and the contact portion 30c pushes the movable slider 24 after the plunger 29 is operated. The time lag until it can be shortened.
In addition, it is assumed that the rotation operation of the first movable body 22 and the reciprocation operation of the decorative body 24 a are performed in a superimposed manner, but the rotation arm 30 and the movable slider 24 are driven and transmitted through the gap 31. Therefore, there is no possibility that the first movable body 22 and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) interfere with each other, and operation reliability can be ensured.

Next, an example of the rendering operation of the rendering device 21 will be described with reference to FIGS.
In FIG. 7, the first movable body 22 is at the rotational position origin position of the rotational shaft 25, and the second movable body (decorative body 24 a) is also in the linear motion direction origin position (near the rotational shaft 25) in the radial direction. )It is in. That is, the drive motor 28 is stopped and the solenoid 29 is in an OFF state. When the solenoid 29 is OFF, the planer 29a is pushed out by the coil spring 29b. At this time, the rotating arm 30 is urged counterclockwise about the rotating shaft 32 by the coil spring 29 b, and the contact portion 30 c is opposed to the movable slider 24 with a gap 31 therebetween. At this time, since the regulation wall 44 of the first movable body 22 and the protrusion 45 of the contact portion 30c overlap each other in the radial direction around the rotation shaft 25, the rotation arm 30 rotates clockwise. Directional rotation is regulated.

  In FIG. 8, when the drive motor 28 is activated, the first movable body 22 rotates a predetermined amount in the clockwise direction (CW direction) about the rotation shaft 25. At this time, the decorative body 24a assembled to the first movable body 22 rotates to the front space S of the symbol display device 8 of FIG. The drive motor 28 stops driving when the notch 37a of the light shielding plate 37 is detected by the photosensor 38. Note that, when the first movable body 22 rotates, the radial overlap between the regulating wall 44 and the protrusion 45 is released, so that the rotating arm 30 can rotate.

In FIG. 9, when the solenoid 29 is operated (turned on) when the first movable body 22 is at the predetermined stop position, when the plunger 29 a is sucked in the direction of the arrow P, the rotating arm 30 is connected via the connector 39. Rotates about the rotation shaft 32 in the direction of arrow Q (clockwise direction). At this time, the movable slider 24 is pushed against the bias of the coil spring 24h by the contact portion 30c, and the decorative body 24a is slid toward the movable position on the distal end side in the longitudinal direction of the first movable body 22. .
By repeating ON / OFF of the solenoid 29, the second movable body (decorative body 24a) repeatedly reciprocates between the movable position and the origin position in the direction of arrow R in FIG. .

  Therefore, in FIG. 1, the player combines the rotation and the direct movement of the first movable body 22 and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) according to the game state such as display on the symbol display device 8 or winning a prize. By performing these operations alternately or in combination, it is possible to perform a variety of performances by performing a complex performance operation that is not exhausted by the player.

  In the above embodiment of the invention, the case where the first movable body 22 rotates and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) moves linearly is exemplified. However, the first movable body 22 moves linearly, The two movable bodies (decorative bodies 24a) may be rotated, both may rotate, and both may move directly.

  Alternatively, the first movable body 22 may be moved linearly in the offset space K on the side of the solenoid 29 so as to be parallel to the moving direction of the plunger 29a. Further, the solenoid 29 is arranged so that the plunger 29a moves in parallel with the game board 3, and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) is reciprocated in a direction intersecting (orthogonal) with the game board 3. Good. In this case, space saving can be achieved in the front-rear direction of the pachinko machine 1.

  Further, the drive motor 28 is driven while the solenoid 29 is operated, that is, the second movable body (decorative body 24a) is slid toward the movable position on the distal end side in the longitudinal direction of the first movable body 22. The first movable body 22 may be rotated in a predetermined direction. In this case, the movable slider 24 rotates together with the first movable body 22 in a state where the contact portion 30 c of the rotating arm 30 is pressed against the movable slider 24. In this case, it is also possible to realize a rotation operation along the shape of the contact portion 30c or a combined operation of the rotation operation and the linear operation.

  Further, the solenoid 29 and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) are arranged so as to be offset so that the forward / backward movement of the plunger 29a and the moving direction of the second movable body (decorative body 24a) intersect two-dimensionally. However, the solenoid 29 and the second movable body (decorative body 24a) are provided on different bases, and the direct movement of the plunger 29a and the moving direction of the second movable body (decorative body 24a) intersect three-dimensionally. It may be arranged so as to be offset.

  In addition, although a pachinko gaming machine has been described as an example of a gaming machine, it can also be applied to an effect device provided in other gaming machines such as an arrangement ball gaming machine, a pachislot gaming machine, and a sparrow ball gaming machine. .

It is a front view of a gaming machine. It is the front view and back view of a production | presentation apparatus. It is the front perspective view and back perspective view of a production | presentation apparatus. It is a disassembled perspective view of the 1st, 2nd movable body. It is a perspective view of the assembly state of the 1st and 2nd movable body. It is the front view and perspective view before and behind operation | movement of a 2nd drive means and a drive transmission mechanism. It is the elements on larger scale near the rotating shaft of the 1st and 2nd movable body in an origin position. It is the elements on larger scale near the rotating shaft in which the 1st movable body exists in a rotation position. It is the elements on larger scale near the rotating shaft of the 1st and 2nd movable body in an operation state.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS S Front space part K Offset space part 1 Game machine 2 Outer frame 3 Game board 4 Front frame 5 Hinge 6 Window part 7a, 7b Decoration part 8 Symbol display device 9a Upper ball tray 9b Lower ball tray 10 Ashtray 11 Handle 12 Center object 13 through chucker 14 windmill 15 electric tulip 16 attacker 17 rail 18 side lamp 19 outro 21 staging device 22 first movable body 22a long hole 22b guide hole 22c stopper 23 mechanism base 23a, 30d pin 23b reference position regulating wall 23c rotating end Restriction wall 24 Movable slider 24a Decorative body (second movable body)
24b Fixing member 24c Boss portion 24d Slider bush 24e Boss hole 24f, 24g Holding bush 24h Coil spring 24i Protrusion 25 Rotating shaft 26 LED
27 Light Emitting Board 28 Drive Motor (First Drive Unit)
29 Solenoid (second driving means)
29a Plunger 29b Coil spring 29c Solenoid body 30 Rotating arm 30a First arm portion 30b Second arm portion 30c Abutting portion 31 Gap 32 Rotating shaft 33 Fan-shaped gear 34 Gear train 35 Tension spring 36 Mechanism cover 37 Light shielding plate 37a Notch 38 Photosensor 39 Connecting tool 39a Long hole 40 Harness holder 41 Relay board 42 Relay board holder 43 Harness guide cover 44 Restriction wall (regulation means)
45 protrusions

Claims (5)

  1. A first movable body provided so as to be linearly movable or rotatable with respect to a mechanism base provided at a predetermined location of the gaming machine;
    A second movable body that is movably assembled to the first movable body and moves in a direction crossing the moving direction of the first movable body;
    A first driving means assembled to the mechanism base and moving the first movable body;
    Second driving means assembled to the mechanism base and moving the second movable body in a direction intersecting with the moving direction of the first movable body by the first driving means;
    Even if the first movable body driven by the first drive means is in any movable position within a predetermined movable range, the second movable body is moved by the second drive means. An effect device for a gaming machine, which is provided so as to be movable independently of a body.
  2.   The first movable body includes a regulating means for cutting off drive transmission from the second drive means to the second movable body when the first movable body is in a predetermined position within the movable range. 2. The game machine effect device according to claim 1, wherein a game machine is provided.
  3.   Biasing means for biasing the second movable body from the movable position of the second movable body, which is driven and transmitted from the second driving means, toward the origin position where the drive transmission is released is the first The effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1 or 2, which is provided on the movable body.
  4.   The effect device for a gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising auxiliary means for assisting the first movable body to return from a movable position to a predetermined reference position.
  5.   A gaming machine in which the effect device for a gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4 is provided so as to be displaceable in a gaming area according to a gaming state.
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