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JP2011172870A
JP2011172870A JP2010041103A JP2010041103A JP2011172870A JP 2011172870 A JP2011172870 A JP 2011172870A JP 2010041103 A JP2010041103 A JP 2010041103A JP 2010041103 A JP2010041103 A JP 2010041103A JP 2011172870 A JP2011172870 A JP 2011172870A
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Koji Iwasa
Yusuke Tanaka
浩二 岩佐
勇輔 田中
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a game machine that prevents movement of a movable body from being blocked or prevents wires from being damaged. <P>SOLUTION: There is disposed on a rear unit 19 a left movable body 120 that freely moves vertically reciprocally. A relay wire 160 for electrically connecting a second drive motor and a movable body light-emitting substrate disposed on the left movable body 120 is pulled out to an external portion from the lower end of the left movable body 120, and is connected to an external relay substrate 161 located laterally. A rack 128 is disposed on the left movable body 120. A drive unit 132 including an actuation gear 137 engaged with the rack 128 and a first driving motor 134 for rotating and driving the actuation gear 137 is disposed on the rear unit 19 on the upper side opposite to the lower side where the relay wire 160 is pulled out in the reciprocally moving direction of the left movable body 120. A portion connecting the first driving motor 134 and actuation gear 137 is covered with a driving cover member 133. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a movable body that produces an effect by an operation.

A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a frame-shaped decorative member arranged at the center of a gaming area defined on the board surface of the gaming board set in the machine, and is arranged on the back side of the gaming board. Further, the display unit of the liquid crystal type or drum type symbol display device faces the back side of the decorative member window, and the symbol display device is configured to perform game effects such as symbol combination games and reach effects. In addition, a pachinko machine is provided with a movable effect device having a movable body that performs a required operation, and by operating the movable body in accordance with a game effect performed by a symbol display device, a visual effect can be obtained. It is improved and the interest of the game is enhanced (for example, see Patent Document 1).
In the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1, a main movable body that is driven by a drive motor is provided with a light emitting device that includes a secondary movable body that is driven by another motor and an LED, and the main movable body. The effect of the production is improved by operating the sub movable body or emitting light from the light emitting device according to the operation.

JP 2009-306 A

In order to allow the operation of the main movable body, the wiring derived from the electric parts such as another motor and the light emitting device disposed on the main movable body is connected to the control board disposed on the game board. A margin portion is provided in a portion of the wiring drawn from the main movable body. For this reason, in the configuration in which the power of the drive motor is transmitted to the main movable body through a plurality of gears as in Patent Document 1, the wiring contacts or gets caught by the gear, and the operation of the main movable body is obstructed May be damaged.
That is, the present invention has been proposed to solve this problem in view of the above-mentioned problems inherent in the gaming machine according to the prior art, and prevents the movement of the movable body or the wiring from being damaged. An object is to provide a game machine that can be used.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, the invention according to claim 1 of the present application provides:
In a gaming machine that produces effects by the operation of a movable body (120) that is reciprocally movable on a gaming board (17),
A rack (128) disposed in the movable body (120) and extending along the reciprocating direction;
A gear (137) meshing with the rack (128);
Drive means (134) connected to the gear (137) and reciprocatingly moving the movable body (120) by rotationally driving the gear (137),
A cover member (133) that covers the connecting portion of the drive means (134) and the gear (137) and covers the gear (137) in mesh with the rack (128);
Electrical components (143, 154) disposed on the movable body (120);
After being connected to the electrical parts (143, 154) and being routed around the movable body (120), the movable body (120) is pulled out from one side of the reciprocating direction and arranged on the game board (17). Wiring for parts to be connected to the relay board (161) provided (160),
The driving means (134) and the gear (137) are biased to the side opposite to the side from which the wiring (160) for the component is pulled out in the reciprocating direction of the movable body (120), and the gaming board (17) It is arranged in that.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, the connecting portion of the driving means and the gear and the gear are covered with the cover member, and the driving means and the gear are biased to the side opposite to the side from which the component wiring is drawn out from the movable body. Therefore, the wiring can be prevented from coming into contact with or caught on the gear, so that the smooth operation of the movable body can be ensured and the wiring can be prevented from being damaged.

In the invention according to claim 2, the relay board (161) is disposed on the front side of the rack (128), and the wiring for the component (160) is provided on the front surface of the relay board (161). The gist is to be connected to the connector receiving portion (162).
According to the second aspect of the present invention, the wiring for the component drawn out from the movable body and the rack can be partitioned by the relay substrate, so that the wiring for the component can be prevented from coming into contact with or caught on the rack. The smooth operation of the body can be ensured and the wiring can be prevented from being damaged.

In the invention according to claim 3, the driving means (134) is disposed rearwardly on the front surface of the cover member (133), and the driving wiring (163) led out from the driving means (134) includes the cover member (133). The front side of the member (133) is routed toward the relay board (161) and connected to the connector receiving part (162) provided on the front surface of the relay board (161),
The relay wiring (164) that is electrically connected to the component wiring (160) and the driving wiring (163) and led out from the relay board (161) is a moving region of the movable body (120). The gist is that the position separated from the board is drawn and connected to another board (61) disposed on the game board (17).
According to the third aspect of the present invention, the wiring for driving led out from the driving means is routed around the cover member to prevent the wiring from coming into contact with or engaging with the connecting portion of the driving means and the gear or the gear. Can do. Further, by routing the position of the relay wiring away from the moving area of the movable body, it is possible to prevent the wiring from coming into contact with or being caught by the movable body. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the smooth operation of the movable body or damage to the wiring due to each wiring coming into contact with or being caught by another member.

In the invention according to claim 4, the restriction for restricting forward displacement of the wirings (160, 163) that are separated from the relay board (161) in front of the relay board (161) and are routed on the front side of the relay board (161). The gist is that the members (166a, 168) are provided.
According to the invention of claim 4, it is possible to restrict the wiring routed around the front side of the relay board from being greatly displaced forward by the regulating member, and the wiring body is caught by another member, so that the movable body Smooth operation can be prevented from being hindered.

  According to the gaming machine according to the present invention, it is possible to ensure the smooth operation of the movable body and to prevent the wiring from being damaged.

1 is a front view showing a pachinko machine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a rear view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a left view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the board member which concerns on an Example. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the decoration member which concerns on an Example in the state seen from the rear side. It is a rear view of the decorative member which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part rear view which shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the light emission apparatus for window side parts in the decorative member which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part rear view which fractures | ruptures a back unit and shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the window side part light-emitting device in the game board which concerns on an Example. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. It is the principal part disassembled perspective view seen from the rear side which decomposed | disassembled the light-emitting device for window side parts which concerns on an Example, and shows with a decoration member. It is the principal part disassembled perspective view seen from the rear side which decomposed | disassembled the light-emitting device for window side parts which concerns on an Example, and shows with a decoration member. It is the principal part perspective view which looked from the front side which shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the light emission device for winning holes of the back unit which concerns on an Example in relation to the stage of a decoration member. It is a principal part front view of the decoration member which concerns on an Example. It is the BB sectional drawing of FIG. It is CC sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is explanatory drawing which shows the relationship between the rib of the ball path in the decoration member which concerns on an Example, and a pachinko ball. It is a front view which shows the back unit which arrange | positioned the various production apparatuses and light-emitting device which concern on an Example. It is the schematic perspective view which looked at the back unit which concerns on an Example from the rear side. It is the DD sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is an enlarged view which shows the board | substrate installation part in FIG. It is the principal part schematic perspective view seen from the back side which shows the relationship between the board | substrate installation part and back relay board | substrate of the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is the schematic perspective view which decomposed | disassembled the light emission board | substrate, the magnetic sensor, etc. from the back unit which concerns on an Example, and was seen from the front side. It is the schematic perspective view which decomposed | disassembled the movable production | presentation apparatus and the light-emitting device from the back unit which concerns on an Example, and was seen from the front side. It is a principal part front view which shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the light-emitting device for winning holes in the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is the EE sectional view taken on the line of FIG. 2, and shows a lower part. It is the schematic perspective view which decomposed | disassembled the light-emitting device for a winning opening and the cover member from the back unit which concerns on an Example, and was seen from the front side. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line FF in FIG. 2 and shows a lower portion. It is the schematic perspective view which decomposed | disassembled the indicator and the display installation part from the back unit which concerns on an Example, and was seen from the front side. It is a principal part vertical side view which shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the indicator in the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is a front view of the indicator which concerns on an Example. It is an enlarged view of the upper part in FIG. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example in the state which the left movable production | presentation apparatus moved to the operating position. It is the GG sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the HH sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the EE sectional view taken on the line of FIG. 2, and shows an upper part. It is the II sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the JJ sectional view taken on the line of FIG. 2, and the arrangement | positioning site | part of the left side magnetic sensor is shown. It is the KK sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a front view which expands and shows the left side part of the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the left movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is the schematic perspective view which looked at the left movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example from the front side. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the left movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state seen from the front side. It is a bottom view which shows only a sensor installation part in a cross section in the LL line | wire of FIG. It is the MM sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a front view which shows the internal structure of the left movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is explanatory front view which shows the state before the operation | movement of the sub movable body in the left movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example, and the state after an operation | movement in the state which can understand an internal structure. It is explanatory back view which shows the state before the operation | movement of the sub movable body in the left movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example, and the state after an operation | movement in the state which can understand an internal structure. It is a front view which shows the right movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which has a movable member in a 1st position is shown. It is a front view which shows the right movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which has a movable member in a 2nd position is shown. It is a perspective view shown in the state which looked at the right movable production device concerning an example from the front side. It is an enlarged view shown in the state where the right movable production device concerning an example was attached to the back unit, and shows the state where a movable member exists in the 2nd position. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the right movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state seen from the front side. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the right movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state seen from the back side. It is a rear view which shows the relationship between the movable member (oscillation movable body and decoration movable body) which concerns on an Example, and a drive mechanism. (a) is an enlarged view showing the vicinity of the upper end portion of the swing movable body according to the embodiment, (b) is a state in which the main part of the relationship between the swing movable body and the decorative movable body is viewed from the back side. FIG. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the drive mechanism in the right movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is a rear view which shows the principal part of the relationship between the movable member (oscillation movable body and decoration movable body) which concerns on an Example, and a drive mechanism, Comprising: The oscillation movable body is shown in the state which exists in a 1st position. It is a rear view which shows the principal part of the relationship between the movable member (oscillation movable body and decoration movable body) which concerns on an Example, and a drive mechanism, Comprising: The oscillation movable body is shown in the state which exists in a 2nd position.

  Next, the gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings by way of preferred embodiments. In the embodiment, a pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball as a game ball will be described as an example. Further, in the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” are states when the pachinko machine is viewed from the front side (player side) as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. It points at.

(About pachinko machines)
As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment will be described later on the front side of the opening of the outer frame 11 as a fixed frame that is formed in a rectangular frame shape and fixed to an installation frame base (not shown) of the amusement store. A middle frame 12 as a body frame on which a game board 17 (see FIG. 2) is detachably held is assembled so as to be openable and detachable, and various symbols can be variably displayed on the back side of the game board 17. The symbol display device 13 is arranged to be detachable. In addition, a front frame 14 as a decorative frame having a glass plate for seeing through the game board 17 is installed on the front side of the middle frame 12 so as to be openable and closable, and a pachinko ball below the front frame 14. A lower ball tray 15 for storing W is assembled so as to be openable and closable. In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 16 for storing the pachinko balls W is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 14, and the upper ball tray 16 is also integrated with the opening and closing of the front frame 14. Configured to open and close. Further, on the back side of the middle frame 12, a ball collection unit (not shown) is provided for discharging the pachinko balls W provided for the game to a ball collection facility provided on the game store side. In the embodiment, as the symbol display device 13, a liquid crystal display device in which a liquid crystal panel capable of displaying various symbols is housed in a housing case is adopted, but the present invention is not limited to this, and a drum-type symbol display device, Various conventionally known symbol display devices capable of displaying various symbols such as a dot matrix type symbol display device can be adopted.

  On the back side of the pachinko machine 10, although not shown, a power supply device that controls the power supply of the pachinko machine 10, a payout control device that drives and controls the ball payout device, a launch control device that drives and controls the hitting ball launcher, and an external terminal An interface board or the like is disposed. Each of these devices is wired to a main control device (not shown) disposed on the back side of the game board 17 so as to execute predetermined control based on a control signal from the main control device. It has become.

(About game board)
As shown in FIGS. 2 to 4, the game board 17 disposed in the middle frame 12 is a flat plate member in which a game area 18 a in which a pachinko ball W can flow down is defined on the front surface (board surface). 18 and the rear surface of the plate member 18 so that the symbol display device 13 is detachably disposed. In addition, the movable rendering devices 105 and 106, the light emitting devices 85, 107, and 108, which will be described later, and the light emitting substrate 109, 110, 111, etc., and a back unit 19 formed of a synthetic resin material. An opening 19a that is formed in the back unit 19 and that opens to the front and back, and a window 28a of a decorative member 28 described later. It is comprised so that the display part of the symbol display apparatus 13 can be visually recognized through the front side. In the game board 17, the window 28a of the decorative member 28 functions as a visible portion that allows the display portion of the symbol display device 13 to be visually recognized from the front side.

(About plate members)
As shown in FIG. 2, the plate member 18 is a decorative plate in which cells are attached to the surface of a laminated plywood having a predetermined plate thickness, and a rail 20 that is curved and formed in a substantially circular shape is formed on the surface of the plate member 18. The game area 18a in which the pachinko ball W can flow down is defined by the rail 20, and the pachinko ball W launched from the hitting ball launcher is launched into the game area 18a. The plate member 18 has a plurality of (three in the embodiment) through holes 21a, 21b, and 21c opened in the game area 18a through the hole processing such as router processing (see FIG. 5). Various parts are attached to the through holes 21a, 21b, and 21c from the front side. The number of the through holes 21a, 21b, 21c is appropriately changed according to the number of various parts to be attached to the plate member 18, the arrangement position, and the like. The board member 18 has a large number of game nails (not shown) implanted in the game area 18a, and the pachinko balls W flowing down the game area 18a come into contact with the game nails to flow down. It is supposed to change irregularly.

  Here, in the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, the plate member 18 has, as the through hole, from the approximate center of the game area 18 a surrounded by the rail 20 to the right side (left side in FIG. 5). A first through-opening (opening) 21a that is open to the most part, and a second through-opening 21b that is opened at the approximate center in the left-right width direction of the game area 18a at a position below the first through-opening 21a. The third through-hole 21c opened at the lower left of the game area 18a (left side of the second through-hole 21b, right side in FIG. 5) is opened. And the decoration member 28 (after-mentioned) in which the window 28a opened to the front and back was formed is attached to the large 1st through-hole 21a opened in the board member 18. As shown in FIG. Further, a start winning device 24 and a special winning device 26 that can win a pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18a are attached to the second through hole 21b opened in the plate member 18. Further, the third through-hole 21c opened in the plate member 18 is a synthetic resin prize opening decoration member (decoration) provided with a plurality of left normal winning openings (winning openings) 27b opened in the game area 18a. Member) 27 is attached.

  The plate member 18 is formed with a through-hole 22 penetrating in the front-rear direction on the left side of the first through-hole 21a so as to communicate with the first through-hole 21a. The rear part of the gate decoration member 37 provided with a ball passage gate 36 of the decoration member 28 described later is accommodated (see FIG. 5 or FIG. 10). Further, a groove portion 23 having a predetermined depth that communicates with the left end portion of the through hole 22 and opens rearward is formed on the rear surface of the plate member 18 with a predetermined length toward the left end portion of the plate member 18. 23 is used as a routing space for wirings 38 and 43, which will be described later. The through hole 22 is located inside (a counter side) of a left image wall portion 56c (described later) in the back unit 19, and the groove portion 23 extends from the inside to the outside with the left image wall portion 56c interposed therebetween. The wirings 38 and 43 can be drawn to the outside of the back unit 19 through the groove 23 (see FIG. 9).

(About winning devices)
The start winning device 24 is provided with upper and lower start winning ports 24a and 24b facing the game area 18a and capable of winning a pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18a. A predetermined number of pachinko balls W are paid out to the upper and lower ball receiving trays 15 and 16 as prize balls when the pachinko balls W are awarded to the start winning ports 24a and 24b of the start winning device 24, and are displayed later. The symbol change is started in the special display part 91 of the container 90. A pair of blade members 25 and 25 that can swing so as to be close to and away from each other are provided at the left and right positions sandwiching the lower start winning opening 24b (see FIG. 2), and driving means such as a solenoid (not shown). By swinging the blade members 25, 25, the lower start winning opening 24b is opened and closed.

  In the special winning device 26, the horizontally long special winning opening 26a facing the game area 18a is always closed by an opening / closing door 26b, and the display is triggered by the winning of the pachinko ball W to the start winning opening 24a, 24b. As a result of the symbol variation in the special display portion 91 of the container 90, the symbol is stopped and displayed on the special display portion 91 with a predetermined symbol combination, so that a so-called "big hit" occurs, and the door 26b is thereby opened. The operation is controlled so that a large number of winning balls can be obtained by winning the special winning opening 26a. In the symbol display device 13, the symbol variation results from the start of the symbol variation in the special display unit 91 triggered by the winning of the pachinko ball W to the starting prize opening 24 a, 24 b of the starting prize winning device 24. The symbol change effect related to the symbol change game performed in the special display unit 91 is performed between the hit and the final determination, so that the player can have a sense of expectation and superiority.

(About the decorations for prize opening)
The prize opening decoration member 27 disposed on the plate member 18 includes a non-light-transmitting decorative plate body 27a formed in a size and shape capable of covering the third through hole 21c from the front side, and the decoration. A plurality of (three in the embodiment) left ordinary winning opening (winning opening) 27b provided in the plate body 27a and an opening formed so as to penetrate forward and backward through the decorative plate body 27a function as a visible portion. And a light-transmitting light transmitting member 27c. Then, as shown in FIG. 26, the rear end portion of the light transmitting member 27c is inserted from the front side with respect to the third through hole 21c, and the decorative plate body 27a is brought into contact with the surface of the plate member 18, thereby the decorative plate body. By screwing 27 a to the plate member 18, the winning prize decoration member 27 is positioned and fixed to the plate member 18. With the prize opening decoration member 27 attached to the plate member 18, the light transmitting member 27c and each left ordinary prize opening 27b face the third through hole 21c, and the left ordinary prize opening 27b faces the game area 18a. Open. In addition, the decorative plate body 27a is provided with a collar portion 27d extending in the third through hole 21c to the back surface of the plate member 18 with respect to each left normal winning opening 27b. The pachinko ball W that has won a prize is configured to pass through a collar portion 27d into a left discharge ball passage 76 (to be described later) of the back unit 19 attached to the back side of the plate member 18. It should be noted that the rear end of the light transmitting member 27c is set so as to be located in front of the back surface of the plate member 18 in a state in which the prize opening decoration member 27 is attached to the plate member 18, and the third penetration is made. In the mouth 21c, a space capable of accommodating a light-emitting device 85 for a prize opening described later is secured behind the light transmitting member 27c.

(About decorative members)
A frame-shaped decorative member 28 that opens in the front-rear direction is detachably disposed in the first through hole 21a of the plate member 18 so as to be fitted from the front side. And the display part of the said symbol display apparatus 13 which faces from the opening part 19a of the said back unit 19 is exposed to the front side of the board member 18 (game board 17) through the window 28a opened to the front and back in the decoration member 28, The symbol variation effect developed on the display unit of the symbol display device 13 can be viewed from the front side.

  The decorative member 28 is provided at an inner peripheral wall 28b extending along the inner peripheral surface of the first through hole 21a and a front end portion of the inner peripheral wall 28b, as shown in FIG. And a fixing piece 28c protruding outward. Then, the inner peripheral wall 28b is inserted from the front side with respect to the first through hole 21a, the fixed piece 28c is brought into contact with the surface of the plate member 18, and the fixed piece 28c is screwed to the plate member 18, The decorative member 28 is positioned and fixed to the plate member 18. The decorative member 28 has a hook-like shape that protrudes forward from the fixed piece 28c (the surface of the plate member 18) from a substantially central position on the upper and lower sides of the left side portion to a frame portion that forms an upper edge and a right edge of the decorative member 28. A portion 28d is formed continuously, so that the pachinko ball W that is launched into the game area 18a and contacts the bowl-shaped portion 28d is guided sideways so as not to flow down across the window 28a of the decorative member 28. ing.

  As shown in FIG. 2 or FIG. 13 and the like, the decoration member 28 is provided with a stage portion 29 below the window 28a, and a ball introduction port 30a is opened in the game area 18a on the left side of the window 28a. Then, a ball introduction part 30 that takes in the pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18a and guides it to the stage part 29 is provided, and the pachinko ball W passed from the ball introduction part 30 to the stage part 29 is After rolling on the 29 rolling surfaces 29a to the left and right, the winning holes 24a, 24b, 26a, 27b and the right normal winning hole 34 to be described later are discharged to the game area 18a.

(About the light transmission part of the decorative member)
The decorative member 28 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material or the like, and can illuminate the inside of the window 28a or the front side with light emitted from light emitting devices 39, 107, 108 and LEDs of the light emitting substrate 110 described later. In addition, a plurality of light transmitting portions 31, 32, and 33 are provided for enabling the display of the display 90, which will be described later, to be visible from the front side. In the embodiment, the upper light transmission part 31, the left light transmission part 32, and the corner light transmission part 33 are provided at the upper part, the left part, and the lower right corner part of the window 28a (see FIGS. 6 and 7). Since these light transmitting portions 31, 32, 33 are related to the corresponding light emitting devices 39, 107, 108, the light emitting substrate 110, or the display 90, the light emitting devices 39, 107, 108, the light emitting substrate 110, or the display device. It will be described later in connection with the description of 90. Note that a right normal winning opening 34 is provided below the corner light transmitting portion 33 of the decorative member 28 at a position facing the right side of the start winning device 24 so as to open to the game area 18a. The pachinko ball W that has won the normal winning opening 34 is configured to be discharged to the outside (ball collecting unit) through a right discharge ball passage 77 (described later) provided in the back unit 19.

(About decorative elements for gates)
A gate decoration member (decoration member) 37 including a ball passage gate 36 in which a ball detection sensor 35 capable of detecting a pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18a is provided integrally with the left side portion of the decoration member 28. Is provided. Then, when the ball detection sensor 35 detects that the pachinko ball W has passed through the ball passing gate 36 facing the game area 18a, the normal symbol displayed on the normal display section 93 of the display 90 described later starts to change. It is configured as follows. 11 and 12, the gate decoration member 37 is provided with a sensor holding portion 37a for holding the ball detection sensor 35 on the rear side of the ball passing gate 36 facing the game area 18a. The sensor holding portion 37a is accommodated in the through hole 22 with the decorative member 28 attached to the first through hole 21a (see FIG. 10). The sensor holding portion 37a is set to a size that does not protrude rearward from the through hole 22. A sensor wire 38 having one end connected to the rear end of the sphere detection sensor 35 held by the sensor holding portion 37a is formed on the back surface of the plate member 18 as shown in FIG. 9 or FIG. After being routed in a state accommodated in the rear unit 19, it is configured to be connected to a back relay substrate 61 (described later) disposed in the back unit 19.

(About light emitting device for window side)
The left side light transmitting portion 32 provided on the decorative member 28 is provided with a window side light emitting device (electrical component) capable of illuminating the inside of the window 28a at a position near the inside corresponding to the gate decorative member 37. ) 39 is provided. As shown in FIG. 8, FIG. 11 or FIG. 12, the left side light transmitting portion 32 has an outer wall portion 32a extending along the inner peripheral wall 28b of the decorative member 28, and is spaced inward from the outer wall portion 32a. A housing portion 32d that opens rearward is defined by the inner wall portion 32b and the front wall portion 32c located between the front ends of both wall portions 32a and 32b, and the window side light emitting device 39 is formed in the housing portion 32d. Is disposed in the accommodated state. As shown in FIG. 8 or FIG. 12, the window side light emitting device 39 is a window light emitting substrate (light emitting substrate, electrical component) 40 in which a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 40a are mounted on the mounting surface facing the inside (window side). And an attachment member 41 for attaching the window light emitting substrate 40 to the left side light transmitting portion 32 in a vertical orientation. The mounting member 41 is formed in a plate shape substantially matching the opening shape of the housing portion 32d, and can support the vertical position of the rear end portion of the window light emitting substrate 40 on the upper and lower end portions of the inner edge thereof. Support portions 41a and 41a are formed. The attachment member 41 is formed with two screw through holes 41b that are spaced apart vertically and penetrate forward and backward, and a positioning hole 41c penetrates forward and backward between the screw through holes 41b and 41b. Is formed.

  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 8, FIG. 10, FIG. 11 or FIG. 12, the left side light transmitting portion 32 has a front wall portion 32c defining a housing portion 32d and a front end portion of the window light emitting substrate 40. The front wall 32c and the outer wall 32a are provided with fixed bosses 32f protruding rearward and spaced apart in the vertical direction. In addition, a positioning pin 32g that protrudes rearwardly projects from the rear end of the outer wall portion 32a that faces between the fixed bosses 32f and 32f. Then, the rear end portion of the window light emitting substrate 40 accommodated in the accommodating portion 32d is supported by the support portions 41a and 41a so that the front end portion is supported by the receiving portion 32e, and the positioning pin 32g is inserted into the positioning hole 41c. By fixing the positioned mounting member 41 by screwing screws inserted from the rear side into the respective screw through holes 41b into screw holes provided in the corresponding fixing bosses 32f, the window light emitting substrate 40 receives the receiving portions 32e. And the support part 41a are attached to the accommodation part 32d in a accommodated state while being sandwiched from the front and rear.

  The window light emitting substrate 40 housed in the housing portion 32d has a mounting surface facing the inner wall portion 32b, and the window side portion is illuminated through the inner wall portion 32b by light emission of the LED 40a. Further, as shown in FIG. 11 or FIG. 12, notches 40b that are recessed forward are formed in the upper and lower portions of the rear end portion of the window light emitting substrate 40, respectively, and the notches 40b and 40b support the mounting member 41. By supporting the window light emitting substrate 40 with the portions 41a and 41a, the portions protruding rearward between the notches 40b and 40b abut against the support portions 41a and 41a, and the vertical direction of the window light emitting substrate 40 Is positioned.

  As shown in FIG. 11 or FIG. 12, the outer wall portion 32a of the left side light transmitting portion 32 is positioned opposite to the side of the sphere detection sensor 35 disposed on the gate decoration member 37 (first position). A side opening 42 that opens rearward and outward is formed in a communication portion between the through hole 21 a and the through hole 22. In addition, a connector receiving portion 40c is provided at a position corresponding to the side opening 42 on the back surface of the window light emitting substrate 40 opposite to the mounting surface, and one end of the wiring is connected to the connector receiving portion 40c. 43 is configured to be drawn outward from the accommodating portion 32d through the side opening 42. A closing piece 41d protruding forward is provided at a position corresponding to the side opening 42 on the front surface of the mounting member 41 (see FIG. 11), and the mounting member 41 is attached to the left side light transmitting portion 32. In this state, the closing piece 41d closes the rear opening side of the side opening 42 and prevents the component wiring 43 inserted through the side opening 42 from coming out backward.

  The rear end of the outer wall portion 32a in the left side light transmitting portion 32 is set to be positioned in front of the back surface of the plate member 18, and the component wiring 43 led out from the side opening 42 It can be routed from one through hole 21a toward the through hole 22 without protruding backward from the back surface of the plate member 18. 9 or 10, the component wiring 43 is formed on the back surface of the plate member 18 and is routed through the groove 23 through which the sensor wiring 38 is routed. The unit 19 is configured to be connected to a back relay board 61 (described later) disposed in the unit 19.

(About the stage)
The stage portion 29 of the decorative member 28 has a rolling surface 29a formed in a waveform that gently undulates in the vertical direction (see FIG. 13), and the pachinko balls W on the rolling surface 29a are in the vertical direction. It rolls to the left and right while being displaced. The rolling surface 29a of the embodiment is provided with one convex portion (mountain portion) protruding upward, and the concave portion (valley portion) protruding downward on both right and left sides of the convex portion. It is formed in the undulation shape provided in two places. The decorative member 28 is provided with a rear wall portion 44 extending in the vertical direction along the rear end edge of the rolling surface 29 a in the stage portion 29, and upward from the rolling surface 29 a in the rear wall portion 44. The extending portion is configured to restrict the pachinko ball W rolling on the rolling surface 29a from moving to the rear of the plate member 18 (the display unit side of the symbol display device 13).

(About the ball passage of decorative members)
The rear wall portion 44 provided at the rear end edge of the rolling surface 29a in the stage portion 29 sandwiches the rolling surface 29a with an image wall bulging rearward as shown in FIG. 15 or FIG. An introduction path 45 extending in the vertical direction is defined, and a spherical inlet 45a formed at the upper end of the introduction path 45 opens at an upper position corresponding to the top of the convex portion of the rolling surface 29a. A pachinko ball W rolling on the rolling surface 29a is configured to be able to enter the introduction path 45 through the ball inlet 45a. The rear wall portion 44 is formed of a transparent (light transmissive) synthetic resin material, and has a design applied to a decorative cover 119 that covers the front side of a lower light emitting substrate 111 (described later) disposed on the back unit 19. It is configured to be visible from the front side, and is configured such that light from an LED (light emitting body) 111a mounted on the lower light emitting substrate 111 is irradiated to the rear wall portion 44 from the rear side so that the entire rear wall portion 44 is illuminated. Is done.

  The decoration member 28 is connected to the lower end portion of the introduction passage 45 and extends in the front-rear direction below the stage portion 29. The ball passage 46 opens with a ball outlet 46a on the upper side of the start winning device 24. Is formed. As shown in FIG. 13, the ball outlet 46a of the ball passage 46 is formed in the fixed piece 28c at a lower position corresponding to the top of the convex portion of the rolling surface 29a, and the ball outlet 46a Is positioned vertically above the upper start winning opening 24a provided in the start winning apparatus 24, so that the pachinko balls W discharged from the ball outlet 46a can easily win the upper start winning opening 24a (see FIG. 2). ). Incidentally, the introduction path 45 and the ball path 46 for discharging the pachinko balls W that have entered from the rolling surface 29a of the stage portion 29 to the game area 18a are paths for guiding the pachinko balls W during the game.

  As shown in FIG. 14, three ribs 47, 48, and 49 are formed in the ball passage 46 in parallel along the ball passage 46. In the embodiment, the first rib 47 is formed at the center of the bottom of the ball passage 46, the left second rib 48 is formed on the left side across the first rib 47, and the right second rib 49 is formed on the right side. Is done. Further, the separation interval R1 between the left and right second ribs 48 and 49 is set to be larger than the diameter R of the pachinko ball W (R1> R), as shown in FIG. The pachinko ball W is configured to be supported and guided at two points of the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 or the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49. Note that the height positions of the left and right second ribs 48 and 49 with respect to the first rib 47 are the second ribs 48 and 49 when the pachinko ball W is supported by the first rib 47 and the second ribs 48 and 49. 17A and 17B, the contact portion between the first rib 47 and the pachinko ball W is set to be in the vicinity of the outer periphery intersecting the horizontal line X passing through the center of the pachinko ball W, as shown in FIGS. The pachinko ball W supported at the two points of the left second rib 48 or the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49 can be stably guided.

  In the embodiment, the left and right second ribs 48 and 49 are positioned at the approximate center in the vertical direction of the left and right side portions of the ball passage 46, and the lower end edges of the second ribs 48 and 49 are below the horizontal line X. It comes in contact with the pachinko ball W. Each of the ribs 47, 48, and 49 has a substantially rectangular cross section in a direction orthogonal to the extending direction of the spherical passage 46. As for the second ribs 48 and 49, as shown in FIG. 17, the surface facing the inside of the passage is formed in an arc shape.

  At the position facing the first rib 47 on the upper wall that defines the spherical passage 46, a regulating rib 50 projects downward along the spherical passage 46 as shown in FIG. The distance between the first rib 47 and the regulating rib 50 is larger than the diameter of the pachinko ball W, and is supported at two points, the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 or the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49. The pachinko ball W in a state does not come into contact with the regulation rib 50, and the dimension is set such that the pachinko ball W can be largely prevented from bouncing up and down. In addition, the rear end lower corner portion (corner portion facing the introduction path 45) of the regulation rib 50 is formed in an arc shape so as not to inhibit the inflow of the pachinko sphere W from the introduction path 45 to the ball passage 46.

  As shown in FIG. 16, intermediate ribs 51 aligned with the first ribs 47 of the ball passages 46 project along the introduction path 45 on the rear wall and the bottom wall that define the introduction path 45. The pachinko ball W that has entered the introduction path 45 from the rolling surface 29 a of the stage portion 29 can be stably guided toward the ball path 46 by the intermediate rib 51. Further, as shown in FIG. 16, the position of the upper end at the front end of the intermediate rib 51 is set to be higher than the upper end at the rear end of the first rib 47, and the pachinko sphere W smoothly passes from the introduction path 45 to the ball path 46. It is configured so that a proper inflow is possible.

(About the back unit)
As shown in FIG. 19, the back unit 19 is formed at a box-like main body 52 formed in a rectangular box shape that opens to the front, and a lower end portion of the box-like main body 52. The lower structure 53 in which the ball passages 76 and 77 are formed, the opening front end portion of the box-shaped main body 52 and the front end portion of the lower structure 53 are extended to the outside and contact the back surface of the plate member 18. It is basically composed of the fixed portion 54. The box-shaped main body 52 includes a facing surface portion (rear wall) 55 formed in a rectangular plate shape facing the plate member 18, and an image wall portion extending forward from each of the upper, lower, left, and right edges of the facing surface portion 55. The outer peripheral wall portions 56a, 56b, 56c, 56d are formed so as to open forward, and extend from the front end portions of the upper and left image wall portions 56a, 56c, 56d toward the outside of the opening of the box-shaped main body 52. The fixing portion 54 is formed so as to come out. The lower structure 53 is formed so as to open forward by a wall portion, and the fixing portion 54 is formed outward from the front ends of the lower and left and right wall portions. Then, the back unit 19 is detachably fixed to the plate member 18 via screws in a state where the front surface of each fixing portion 54 is in contact with the back surface of the plate member 18. The window 28a can be covered from the rear side.

  The opposed surface portion 55 is formed with a large opening portion 19a having a large portion in the vertical and horizontal widths. In the following description, the upper surface portion of the opposed surface portion 55 that is located above and below the opening portion 19a The facing surface portion 55a, the lower facing surface portion 55b, the left facing surface portion 55c, and the right facing surface portion 55d are designated as the upper, lower, left and right facing surface portions 55a, 55b, 55c, and 55d. The lower drawing wall portion 56b, the left drawing wall portion 56c, and the right drawing wall portion 56d are respectively referred to. In the embodiment, with the back unit 19 disposed on the back side of the plate member 18, the left image wall portion 56c extending in the vertical direction extends in the left-right direction on the back surface of the plate member 18, as shown in FIG. It extends so as to intersect the rear side of the groove 23 formed so as to exist, and the groove 23 extends between the inner side and the outer side of the back unit 19 with the left image wall portion 56c interposed therebetween. ing. The through hole 22 of the plate member 18 faces the inner side of the left picture wall portion 56c, and is connected to the sensor wiring 38 connected to the sphere detection sensor 35 and the window light emitting substrate 40 of the window side light emitting device 39. The component wiring 43 to be routed can be routed from the inner side to the outer side through the left wall portion 56 c in the groove portion 23. As shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 10, the left picture wall portion 56c has a notch 19b spaced from the back surface of the plate member 18 at a position corresponding to the groove 23 of the plate member 18 with a predetermined length in the vertical direction. The sensor wiring 38 and the component wiring 43 drawn out from the groove 23 to the outside of the back unit 19 can be prevented from coming into contact with the front edge of the left image wall portion 56c.

  As shown in FIG. 19, positioning protrusions 57 are provided on the back surface of the opposing surface portion 55 of the back unit 19 so as to surround the opening 19a along the upper and lower and left and right edges. The device 13 is positioned and fixed in a state where the display unit faces the opening 19a from the back side, and the upper and lower and left and right edges contact the corresponding positioning projections 57.

(About control device)
As shown in FIG. 3, the rear surface of the symbol display device 13 is provided with a display control device 58 having a substrate for controlling the display of the symbol display device 13 and a substrate for outputting a control signal for presentation to the display control device 58. A control device (electrical component) 59 is detachably arranged in the left-right direction. Further, on the back surface of the lower structure 53 provided below the position where the symbol display device 13 is installed in the back unit 19, as shown in FIGS. The parts 60 are provided apart from each other in the left-right direction, and a back relay board (board) 61 provided with a plurality of connector receiving parts 61a (see FIGS. 20, 21, etc.) is detachably attached to each board installation part 60. Attached to the connector receiving portion 61a provided on the back relay substrate 61, the movable effect devices 105, 106, the light emitting devices 39, 85, 107, 108, the light emitting substrates 109, 110, 111, 154, 158, and Each of the wiring connected to the electrical components such as the display 90 and the wiring connected to the overall control device 59 is connected by a connector so that each electrical component is electrically connected to the overall control device 59. Further, the wiring connected to the main control device is also connected to the back relay board 61, and the main control device and the overall control device 59 are electrically connected.

  The overall control device 59 is variously arranged in the pachinko machine 10 such as the movable rendering devices 105, 106, the light emitting devices 39, 85, 107, 108 and the LEDs of the light emitting substrates 109, 110, 111, 154, 158. It also controls electric components. The display control device 58 executes control based on a control signal from the overall control device 59, and a symbol variation effect is performed on the display unit of the symbol display device 13, and a movable effect device. The LEDs 105 and 106, the light emitting devices 39, 85, 107, and 108 and the LEDs of the light emitting substrates 109, 110, 111, 154, and 158 are driven or controlled to emit light. Further, a symbol variation game is performed on the display 90 described later based on a control signal from the main control device.

(Substrate installation part of the lower structure)
Since the three substrate mounting portions 60 formed on the back surface of the lower structure 53 have the same basic configuration, the same portions are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the left substrate is used for distinction. The installation unit 60, the middle substrate installation unit 60, and the right substrate installation unit 60 are respectively referred to. In the embodiment, the back relay board 61 attached to each board installation part 60 is attached so that the surface on which the connector receiving part (connector) 61a is provided faces rearward. The surface (front surface) that is provided with the portion 61a and appears on the front side is referred to as a mounting surface, and on the contrary, the surface that faces the front side and does not appear on the front side (back surface) is referred to as a circuit surface. The connector receiving portion 61a is a large-sized one configured to connect a cable Y in which a plurality of wirings corresponding to a plurality of devices that exchange signals with the overall control device 59 are connected.

  As shown in FIG. 3 or FIG. 19, the board installation part 60 includes a contact support part 62 formed in a rectangular frame shape substantially matching the outer shape of the back relay board 61 to be attached, and a contact support part. 62 is formed on the lower support wall 62a, which is a side away from the position where the overall control device 59 is disposed, and the lower end edge (one end edge) of the back relay board 61 is detachably inserted in the inserted state. A plurality of engaging portions 63 that can be combined with each other, and an upper support wall 62a that is close to the position where the overall control device 59 is disposed in the contact support portion 62, are engaged with the engagement portion 63. An elastic hook (engagement piece) 64 that is detachably engaged with the upper end edge (other end edge) of the back relay substrate 61 is basically provided. And the back relay board 61 which is the object for each board installation part 60 is in a state where the circuit surface opposite to the mounting surface is in contact with the end part of the contact support part 62, and the lower end edge is the engagement part. The elastic hook 64 is engaged with and attached to the upper end edge. In addition, at least one of the engaging portions 63 is configured to engage both the lower end edge and the side end edge at the corner of the back relay board 61 so as to position the back relay board 61 in the left-right direction. Is done. Further, a positioning pin 65 that protrudes rearward from the corresponding contact support portion 62 is provided on the substrate installation portion 60 at a position close to the upper support wall 62 a of the contact support portion 62. When the back relay board 61 is installed, the positioning pins 65 are inserted into engagement holes (not shown) formed in the back relay board 61.

  The elastic hook 64 is positioned substantially at the center in the left-right direction on the upper support wall 62 a of the contact support portion 62, and the claw portion 64 a provided on the lower surface of the tip of the elastic hook 64 contacts the mounting surface on the upper edge side of the back relay substrate 61. The back relay board 61 is configured to be held by contact. Then, the elastic hook 64 is elastically deformed upward so as to be separated from the upper end edge of the back relay substrate 61, thereby allowing the back relay substrate 61 to be detached from the substrate installation portion 60.

  As shown in FIG. 19 or FIG. 22, the upper support wall 62a of the contact support portion 62 of the middle substrate installation portion 60 has a circuit on the left and right sides sandwiching the elastic hook 64 at the end of the contact support portion 62. Protrusions 66 that can come into contact with the peripheral edge on the upper edge side of the back relay substrate 61 with which the surface is in contact are provided. As described above, the protrusion 66 has an upper end of the back relay board 61 in a state where the back relay board 61 is attached to the middle board installation part 60 via the upper and lower elastic hooks 64 and the engaging part 63. It is configured to be able to contact the peripheral edge on the edge side, and restricts the movement of the back relay board 61 in the direction in which the engagement between the claw portion 64a of the elastic hook 64 and the back relay board 61 is released. It works as much as possible. As shown in FIG. 22, the protrusion dimension of the protrusion 66 from the end of the contact support portion 62 is a height protruding rearward from the mounting surface of the back relay substrate 61 in which the circuit surface contacts the contact support portion 62. Is set to As shown in FIG. 21, the protrusion 66 is positioned below the protruding end of the positioning protrusion 57 on the lower side for positioning the lower end edge of the symbol display device 13, and contacts the positioning protrusion 57. It is configured to function also as a restricting means for restricting the later-described indicator wiring 97 routed through the space 67 defined between the contact support portion 62 and the lower facing surface portion 55b from moving backward. In the embodiment, the protrusions 66 are provided only on the middle substrate installation part 60, but the protrusions 66 may be provided on the left and right substrate installation parts 60 and 60 in the same manner.

(About the front structure of the lower structure)
As shown in FIGS. 18, 22, or 23, an intermediate housing portion 68 that houses a device main body that protrudes rearward from the plate member 18 in the start winning device 24 is defined at the front center of the lower structure 53. Has been. As shown in FIG. 20, the middle accommodating portion 68 is defined so as to open forward and downward. In addition, a recess 69 is provided at the lower end of the lower structure 53 so as to be recessed upward at a position below the middle housing portion 68. The apparatus main body of the start winning device 24 is accommodated in the middle accommodating portion 68, and the device main body protruding rearward from the plate member 18 of the special prize winning device 26 is accommodated in the recess 69.

  The lower structure 53 is defined on the left side of the middle housing portion 68 such that a left housing portion 70 in which a lower left magnetic sensor 73 described later is disposed opens forward. On the right side, a right accommodating portion 71 provided with a display installation portion 100 of the display 90 described later is defined so as to open forward. The middle housing portion 68 is provided with a lower right magnetic sensor 75 described later.

(About the bottom magnetic sensor)
A housing wall 70a that defines the rear side of the left housing portion 70 is provided with a plurality of mounting bosses 70b that project toward the front side (see FIG. 23), and a sensor holder 72 is provided at the front end of these mounting bosses 70b. A left lower magnetic sensor 73 is detachably attached. Further, the housing wall 68a that defines the rear side of the middle housing portion 68 protrudes toward the front side at a right position that does not interfere with the apparatus main body of the start winning device 24 housed in the middle housing portion 68. A plurality of mounting bosses 68b are provided, and a lower right magnetic sensor 75 is detachably attached to the front ends of these mounting bosses 68b via a sensor holder 74. The lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75 are reed switches that are configured such that a part of a pair of lead pieces extending in a direction along the longitudinal direction is opposed to each other so as to be able to contact and separate inside a rectangular casing. The left and right lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75 disposed in the housing portions 68 and 70 have the extending direction of the lead pieces (the longitudinal direction of the casing) constituting the sensors 73 and 75 along the left-right direction and the above-described direction. It is positioned on both the left and right sides of the starting prize-winning device 24 in a horizontal position parallel to the back surface of the plate member 18.

  It should be noted that the magnetic detection ranges of the left and right lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75 attached to the middle and left accommodating portions 68 and 70 are the upper and lower start winning ports 24a and 24b and the special prizes in the start winning device 24, respectively. It is set to face the special winning opening 26a of the device 26. Further, the magnetic detection possible range of the lower left magnetic sensor 73 is set to extend to the left normal winning opening 27b, and the magnetic detectable range of the lower right magnetic sensor 75 is set to extend to the right normal winning opening 34. Both lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75 are connected to the overall control device 59, and when the lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75 detect magnetism, an abnormality notification using a lamp, a speaker or the like under the control of the overall control device 59 is provided. Is configured to be performed.

(About discharge ball passage)
The lower structure 53 has a pachinko ball that has won a prize in each of the left ordinary winning holes 27b at positions corresponding to the three left ordinary winning holes 27b provided in the decorative elements 27 for winning holes arranged in the plate member 18. A left discharge ball passage (ball passage) 76 for discharging and guiding W to the lower side of the game board 17 is formed, and a pachinko ball won in the right normal winning opening 34 at a position corresponding to the right normal winning opening 34. A right discharge ball passage 77 for discharging and guiding W to the lower side of the game board 17 is formed (see FIGS. 18 and 23).

  As shown in FIG. 27, the left discharge ball passage 76 is formed by communicating a plurality of passages 78, 79, 80, 81 opened forward, and defines the passages 78, 79, 80, 81. The front end of the wall portion (wall portion) 82 is located on the same plane as the front surface of the fixing portion 54 of the back unit 19, and when the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the passage wall portion The front end of 82 is in contact with the back surface of the plate member 18, and the front opening of the left discharge ball passage 76 is closed by the plate member 18 (see FIG. 26). The left discharge ball passage 76 includes a first vertical passage 78 that communicates with the left ordinary winning port 27b located at the top, a second vertical passage 79 that communicates with the left ordinary winning port 27b located at the middle, and a lower portion. The third vertical passage 80 that communicates with the left left regular winning opening 27b is configured to communicate with the first vertical passage 78 through an inclined passage 81 that is inclined downward from the first vertical passage 78 toward the third vertical passage 80. Thus, the pachinko balls W won in each of the left normal winning ports 27b are collected and discharged to the outside (the ball collecting portion) through a ball discharge port 80a formed at the downstream end (lower end) of the third vertical passage 80. It is configured as follows. The fixing portion 54 formed on the lower side of the lower structure 53 of the back unit 19 is integrally formed below the passage wall portion 82 that defines the inclined passage 81 as shown in FIG. By fixing the fixing portion 54 to the plate member 18, the front end of the left discharge ball passage 76 is reliably brought into contact with the back surface of the plate member 18.

  A left ordinary winning sensor 83 is attached to the downstream end of the third vertical passage 80 (see FIG. 18), and the left ordinary winning sensor 83 detects a pachinko ball W that has won a prize in each left ordinary winning opening 27b. Prize balls are paid out.

  The right discharge ball passage 77 is composed of a vertical passage that opens forward and downward. When the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the right discharge ball passage 77 receives the right normal prize. The pachinko ball W won in the right normal winning port 34 is discharged to the outside of the machine (the ball collecting section) through a ball discharge port 77a formed at the downstream end (lower end) of the right discharge ball passage 77. Configured to do. A right normal winning sensor 84 is attached to the downstream end of the right discharge ball passage 77 (see FIG. 18), and the right normal winning sensor 84 detects a pachinko ball W that has won the right normal winning port 34. The prize ball is paid out.

(About the light emitting device for the prize opening)
The back unit 19 is for a prize opening that can illuminate the light transmitting member 27c of the decoration member 27 for the prize opening arranged on the plate member 18 from the back side corresponding to the position where the left discharge ball passage 76 is formed. A light emitting device (effect device) 85 is provided. As shown in FIG. 27, the winning opening light emitting device 85 includes a winning light emitting substrate 86 having a plurality of LEDs (light emitters) 86a mounted on the mounting surface, and the winning light emitting substrate 86 facing the mounting surface forward. A case body 87 accommodated in a posture is provided. The case body 87 is formed of a transparent synthetic resin material, and has a rear end of a box-shaped body 87a that is opened rearward and has a wall portion that protrudes rearward from the outer peripheral edge of the flat plate-like plate portion. In addition, a plurality of flange portions 87b are formed outward, and the winning light emitting substrate 86 is screwed and fixed inside the box-shaped body 87a. The lower structure 53 is provided with a mounting boss 88 at a position corresponding to each flange portion 87 b of the case body 87 while leaving the position where the left discharge ball passage 76 is formed. Each flange portion 87b is attached in a state where the back surfaces of the box-shaped body 87a and the flange portion 87b are in contact with the front end of the passage wall portion 82 or the mounting boss 88 defining the left discharge ball passage 76. By screwing to the boss 88, the winning hole light emitting device 85 is detachably positioned and fixed to the front surface of the lower structure 53 (see FIGS. 13 and 25).

  As shown in FIG. 5, the box-shaped body 87 a of the case body 87 is an opening in a portion excluding a portion of the third through hole 21 c formed in the plate member 18 where the collar portion 27 d of the left normal winning port 27 b faces. It is formed in a shape substantially similar to the shape. The winning opening light emitting device 85 is disposed so as to protrude from the front surface of the lower structure 53 (back unit 19). When the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, as shown in FIG. The case body 87 of the winning hole light emitting device 85 is accommodated in the third through hole 21c of the plate member 18 so that the light transmitting member 27c of the winning hole decoration member 27 can be illuminated from the back side. .

  As shown in FIG. 13 or FIG. 25, the winning opening light emitting device 85 is positioned so as to overlap with a part of the front opening of the left discharge ball passage 76, and left by the winning opening light emitting device 85. A part of the front opening of the discharge ball passage 76 is covered. Specifically, a lower portion of the first vertical passage 78 and the second vertical passage 79 constituting the left discharge ball passage 76 (below the communication portion between the left normal winning port 27b and each of the passages 78 and 79) and an inclined passage. A part of 81 is covered with the winning opening light emitting device 85, and the front opening of the other part is not covered and faces the back side of the third through hole 21c in an open state.

(About cover members)
A cover member 89 that covers a part of the front opening is detachably disposed in the left discharge ball passage 76. As shown in FIG. 27, the cover member 89 can cover the front opening of the first vertical passage 78 and the second vertical passage 79 except for the portion communicating with the left normal winning port 27b and the front opening of the inclined passage 81. The main body plate 89a is formed in a shape substantially corresponding to the opening shape, and the engaging portions 89b are provided at a plurality of locations on the outer edge of the main body plate 89a. Further, the passage wall portion 82 that defines the left discharge ball passage 76 is covered with the engagement portion 89b that is detachably engaged with each of the positions corresponding to the engagement portion 89b of the cover member 89. An engaging portion 82a is formed. In the embodiment, the engaging portion 89b is formed as a protruding portion that protrudes from the outer edge of the main body plate 89a, and the engaged portion 82a is formed as a recess that retreats from the front end of the passage wall portion 82. Then, by engaging each engaging portion 89b with the corresponding engaged portion 82a, the cover member 89 is in the lower structure 53 in a state where the main body plate 89a covers the front opening of the passages 78, 79, 81. Is positioned. The main body plate 89 a of the cover member 89 is configured such that the front surface thereof faces the same position as the front end of the passage wall portion 82 in a state of facing the front opening of the passages 78, 79, 81.

  The cover member 89 disposed so as to cover the front opening of the left discharge ball passage 76 is attached to the lower structure 53 so as to face the front side of the cover member 89. 87) and the wall portion 82 for passage are attached from the front and rear so that they cannot be dropped off. In the left discharge ball passage 76, a portion facing the third through hole 21c in an open state without overlapping the winning hole light emitting device 85 is covered with a cover member 89 (see FIG. 25). ). Note that the cover member 89 is present on the back side of the portion of the winning opening light emitting device 85 that overlaps the front opening of the left discharge ball passage 76, and the pachinko balls W flowing down the passage 76 form the winning light emitting substrate 86. Contact with the cover member 89 is prevented.

(About the display)
The right housing 71 in the lower structure 53 of the back unit 19 has the current state of the pachinko machine 10 facing the lower right in the game area 18a with the back unit 19 attached to the plate member 18. A display 90 for displaying the game state of the game is arranged. As shown in FIG. 31, the display 90 includes a special display unit 91, a round number display unit 92, a normal display unit 93, a special hold display unit 94, a normal hold display unit 95, and the like on a single display board 96. The display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 are connected to a connector receiving portion 96 a provided on the mounting surface facing the back side of the display substrate 96. 97, configured to be connected to the main controller via the back relay board 61. Each of the display units 91, 92, 93, 94, 95 includes at least one LED as a light emitting means, and can display a predetermined state by lighting control of each LED by the main controller. It has become.

  The special display unit 91 displays, in a plurality of display patterns, lottery results of special symbols that are executed in the main controller when the pachinko ball W wins at the start winning ports 24a and 24b of the start winning device 24. Is to do. The special display portion 91 of the embodiment is composed of a block-like 7-segment display portion in which 7 LEDs are arranged in an 8-shape, and triggered by the winning of the pachinko ball W to the upper start winning opening 24a. A first special display unit 91a for starting the symbol variation and displaying the result, and a second special display unit for starting the symbol variation and displaying the result in response to the winning of the pachinko ball W in the lower start winning opening 24b. 91b are provided in parallel on the left and right. In each special display part 91a, 91b, by controlling lighting of each LED individually, a plurality of display patterns can be expressed by a combination of the lighted LEDs.

  The round number display unit 92 is for informing the player of the upper limit number of rounds corresponding to the established specific gaming state when the particular gaming state is established by the special symbol lottery result in the main control device described above. It is. The pachinko machine 10 of the embodiment has a first specific gaming state in which the upper limit number of rounds is set to 2, a second specific gaming state in which the upper limit number of rounds is set to 15 times, and a third in which the upper limit number of rounds is set to 16 times. It is designed to express a total of three types of specific game states with the specific game state. Accordingly, the round number display unit 92 is configured by three round number display LEDs 92a, 92b, and 92c that respectively correspond to the three types of specific gaming states. The round number display LEDs 92a, 92b, and 92c are individually controlled to be turned on by the main control device, and the first round number display LED 92a is turned on when the first specific gaming state is established as a lottery result in the main control device. When the second specific game state is established, the second round number display LED 92b is lit, and when the third specific game state is established, the third round number display LED 92c is lit.

  The normal display unit 93 is configured to execute the start prize that is executed in the main control device when the pachinko ball W passes through the ball passage gate 36 and a detection signal from the ball detection sensor 35 is input to the main control device. The lottery result indicating whether or not the opening / closing blade 25 of the device 24 is open / closed is displayed. The normal display section 93 includes two normal display LEDs 93a and 93b including first and second. After the first normal display LED 93a and the second normal display LED 93b are controlled to turn on and off alternately over a required flashing time, the first normal display LED 93a and the second normal display LED 93b are the first when the lottery result in the main controller is “open / close operation”. The normal display LED 93a is turned on and stopped, and the opening and closing blades 25, 25 provided in the start winning device 24 are controlled to be opened for a predetermined time and a predetermined number of times. When the lottery result in the main controller is “no opening / closing operation”, the second normal display LED 93b is turned on and stopped, and the opening / closing of the opening / closing blades 25, 25 is not performed.

  The special hold display unit 94 includes a first special hold display unit 98 for displaying the number of pachinko balls (winning balls) W held in the upper start winning port 24a of the start winning device 24, and a lower position in the start winning device 24. It comprises a second special hold display unit 99 for displaying the number of pachinko balls (winning balls) W that have won a prize at the start winning opening 24b on the side. The first special hold display unit 98 includes two first special hold display LEDs 98a and 98b, and the second special hold display unit 99 includes two second special hold display LEDs 99a and 99b. Each can be individually turned on or blinked to display up to four reserved numbers. The normal holding display unit 95 is composed of two normal holding display LEDs 95a and 95b for displaying the number of pachinko balls (passing balls) W that have passed through the ball passing gate 36, and each of them is lit individually. Alternatively, it is possible to display up to four reserved numbers by controlling blinking.

  In the embodiment, as a display mode of the number of holdings by each of the two LEDs in the special holding display units 98 and 99 and the normal holding display unit 95, in the embodiment, when the number of holdings is 1, one LED is lit, and the other LED Is off, if the number of reserves is 2, one LED is lit, the other LED is lit, if the number of reserves is 3, one LED flashes, the other LED is lit, the number of reserves is 4 In this case, one LED is set to flash and the other LED is set to flash.

  The special display unit 91 is provided with a state display unit (not shown) composed of LEDs for displaying the current state of the pachinko machine 10, and the pachinko machine 10 depends on the state of the LEDs in the state display unit. Is displayed during the operation of the variable time shortening function (during the short-time state) or whether the probability variable function is operating during power recovery (when the power is turned on). In the embodiment, the first special display unit 91a is provided with a first status display LED, the second special display unit 91b is provided with a second status display LED, and the pachinko machine 10 is in a state where the variation time is shortened. Is controlled so that the second status display LED is lit, and when the probability variation state is present at the time of power recovery, the first status display LED is controlled to be lit.

  The “variable time shortening function” means that after completion of a specific gaming state, (1) a condition of “with opening / closing operation” is established in a lottery for opening / closing operation of the opening / closing blades 25, 25 executed by the main controller. Any one of change in the lottery probability, (2) change in the opening / closing operation pattern of the opening / closing blades 25, 25, and (3) change in the blinking time of the first normal display LED 93a and the second normal display LED 93b in the normal display section 93 It is a function to do. In addition, the “probability changing function” means that after the specific gaming state is finished, the probability of the lottery in the main control device (winning probability in the special display units 91a and 91b) is increased from a low probability (normal state) to a high probability. This is a function to change the probability (probability fluctuation state).

(About the display installation section)
The display substrate 96 is provided in the right accommodating portion 71 of the back unit 19 so as to face the back side of the corner light transmitting portion 33 constituting a part of the decorative member 28 in the lower right portion of the decorative member 28. It is disposed in the display installation unit (installation unit) 100. As shown in FIG. 29 or FIG. 30, the display installation unit 100 is formed in a box shape that can be accommodated on the back side and opened rearward. Then, two leg portions 101 are provided. Each leg 101 has a recess (Fig. 5) in which a front end of a mounting boss 71b projecting forward from a rear housing wall 71a defining the right housing 71 in the lower structure 53 of the back unit 19 is fitted. (Not shown) is provided on the back surface, and a screw through-hole 101a penetrating in the front-rear direction is formed corresponding to the center of the recess. The display installation unit 100 then inserts a screw inserted from the front side into the screw hole 101a into the screw hole of the mounting boss 71b in a state in which the concave portion of the leg 101 corresponding to each mounting boss 71b is fitted from the front side. By doing so, it is positioned and fixed in a state where it protrudes from the front surface of the back unit 19 by a predetermined length. The display installation unit 100 attached to the back unit 19 is configured such that when the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the front side faces the front surface of the plate member 18 at substantially the same level. It is comprised so that it may face through the through-hole 21a.

  The display installation unit 100 is made of a material that cannot transmit light, and corresponds to each display unit 91, 92, 93, 94, 95 provided on the mounting surface of the display substrate 96 fixed with screws on the back side. Holes 102 and 103 that can visually recognize the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 from the front side are provided at positions where the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 are visible. The first hole portion 102 corresponding to the special display portion 91 is set to a shape that can accommodate the first and second special display portions 91a and 91b in common, and the display substrate 96 is disposed on the back surface of the installation portion. The special display unit 91 is accommodated in the first hole 102 so that the front surface thereof faces the front surface (frontmost surface) of the display installation unit 100. On the other hand, the second hole portion 103 corresponding to the other display portions 92, 93, 94, 95 corresponds to the respective LEDs 92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b. In the state where the display board 96 is attached to the back surface of the installation part 96, the second hole part is formed so as to penetrate the protrusion 104 protruding in the front-rear direction of the display installation part 100 at the position where the display board 96 is attached. Each of the LEDs 92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b corresponding to the rear end portion 103 is accommodated (see FIG. 28). And in each 2nd hole 103, LED92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b is accommodated individually, and each LED92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, When lighting 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b, it can be clearly distinguished from the light of other LEDs.

(About wiring entry)
As shown in FIG. 30, a wiring insertion port 71c penetrating in the front-rear direction is formed in the housing wall 71a opposite to the display substrate 96. The display wiring 97 having one end connected to the connector receiving portion 96a of the display substrate 96 is configured to be drawn out to the back side of the back unit 19 through the wiring insertion port 71c. Then, the display wiring 97 pulled out to the back side pulls the space 67 defined between the positioning projection 57 and the contact support portion 62 and the lower facing surface portion 55b of the middle board installation portion 60 to the left. It is rotated and connected to the back relay board 61 attached to the left board installation part 60.

(About the corner light transmission part of the decorative member)
The corner light transmitting portion 33 of the decorative member 28 located on the front side of the display unit 90 attached to the back unit 19 is configured by a decorative plate made of a transparent or translucent material capable of transmitting light. In addition, a design that is a motif of the pachinko machine 10 is applied to the front surface of the decorative plate. Transparent transparent portions 33a and 33b are provided at positions facing the front sides of the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 of the display 90 in the corner light transmitting portion 33 (see FIG. 7). When the LEDs constituting the segment and the respective display LEDs 92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b are turned on, the light passes through the corner light transmitting portion 33 and is on the front side. Has come to be recognized. In addition, on the back surface of the corner light transmission part 33, the formation part of the first transparent part 33 a corresponding to the special display part 91 and the second transparent part 33 b corresponding to the other display parts 92, 93, 94, 95 are provided. A step is provided between the first and second transparent portions 33a, and the front surface of the display installation unit 100 comes into contact with the back surface around the first transparent portion 33a with the back unit 19 attached to the back side of the plate member 18. It is comprised so that the front surface of the protrusion part 104 provided in the display installation part 100 may contact | abut the surrounding back surface of 2 transparent part 33b. Further, the portions other than the transparent portions 33a and 33b in the corner light transmitting portion 33 are formed to be translucent so that light from the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 facing the back side can be clearly distinguished. It has become.

  In addition, although not shown, the corresponding round number (2, 15, 16) is provided on the front surface of the second transparent portions 33b, 33b, and 33b corresponding to the round number display LEDs 92a, 92b, and 92c in the corner light transmitting portion 33. Is displayed so that it can be easily and clearly recognized that each specific gaming state is established.

(Moveable rendering device and light-emitting device installed in the back unit)
In a state where the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, a required space is defined between the facing surface portion 55 of the back unit 19 and the plate member 18, and the movable effect provided on the facing surface portion 55. The devices 105 and 106, the light emitting devices 107 and 108, and the light emitting substrates 109, 110, and 111 are configured to face the space. In the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 18, the left movable effect device 105 is disposed on the left facing surface portion 55c, and the right movable effect device 106 is disposed on the right facing surface portion 55d. As shown in FIG. 24, the upper facing surface portion 55a is provided with two upper light emitting devices 107, 108 facing the front and rear of the movable bodies 120, 139a, 139b provided in the left movable effect device 105, and the right facing surface portion 55d. The side light emitting substrate 109 facing the rear side of the right movable effect device 106 is disposed, and the corner light of the decorative member 28 is disposed at the lower right corner where the right facing surface portion 55d and the lower facing surface portion 55b intersect. A corner light emitting substrate 110 facing the rear side of the transmission part 33 is disposed. Further, a lower light emitting substrate 111 is disposed on the lower facing surface portion 55b so as to face the rear side of the rear wall portion 44 provided along the rear end edge of the stage portion 29 in the decorative member 28.

(About the first upper light-emitting device)
As shown in FIG. 19, the upper wall portion 56 a of the back unit 19 is provided with an extension portion 117 c that extends upward in front of the front end surface that contacts the back surface of the plate member 18. A first upper light emitting device (light emitting device) 107 is disposed on the front side of 117c. As shown in FIG. 24, the first upper light emitting device 107 includes a first light emitting substrate (light emitting substrate) 112 on which a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 112a are mounted on the mounting surface, and the first light emitting substrate 112 has a mounting surface. A case member 113 is provided that is accommodated in a posture toward the front side. The case member 113 is formed of a transparent synthetic resin material, and has a box shape that opens to the rear with a wall portion formed on the outer peripheral edge of the flat plate portion so as to protrude rearward. The first light emitting substrate 112 is fixed to the inside of the member 113 with screws. Then, the case member 113 is screwed and fixed to the front side of the extension portion 117c, so that the first upper light emitting device 107 extends forward and upward from the front end of the back unit 19 in the back unit 19. 19 (see FIG. 32).

  As shown in FIG. 19 or FIG. 24, the first light emitting substrate 112 includes a substantially circular first substrate portion 112b and a second substantially arc-shaped second member that is connected to the right to extend rightward from the first substrate portion 112b. It is comprised from the board | substrate part 112c, and it is comprised in the Example so that the kind of LED112a mounted in the 1st board | substrate part 112b and the 2nd board | substrate part 112c may differ. For example, an LED having a single color (for example, white) is mounted on the first substrate portion 112b, whereas a full color LED having a variable emission color is mounted on the second substrate portion 112c. However, the types of LEDs mounted on the board portions 112b and 112c may be other combinations or the same type.

  The case member 113 is formed in a shape corresponding to the formation of the first light emitting substrate 112, and has a substantially cylindrical first case portion 113a corresponding to the first substrate portion 112b, and the second case. It is comprised from the arcuate box-shaped 2nd case part 113b corresponding to the board | substrate part 112c. A lens portion (not shown) is provided on the front wall of the first case portion 113a at a position corresponding to the LED 112a mounted on the first substrate portion 112b to emphasize light from the monochromatic LED. To get. On the other hand, the front wall of the second case portion 113b is subjected to irregular reflection processing so that a wide range can be illuminated with light from the full color LED. In addition, what is necessary is just to set the process given to each case part 113a, 113b according to the kind of corresponding LED, and is not limited to what was mentioned above.

(About the upper light transmission part of the decorative member)
As shown in FIG. 6 or FIG. 7, a cylindrical first accommodating portion 114 that opens in the front-rear direction at the approximate center of the window side (inside the inner peripheral wall 28 b) is disposed at the top of the decorative member 28. A second housing portion 115 is formed on the right side of the housing portion 114 in a communication state and opens rearward. Further, the overall shape of the housing portion opened rearward formed by both housing portions 114 and 115 is substantially similar to the outer shape of the first upper light emitting device 107 (case member 113) disposed in the back unit 19. It is configured as follows. That is, when the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the first upper light emitting device 107 is accommodated across the first and second accommodation portions 114, 115 (see FIG. 34).

  A lens body 114 a made of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material is disposed in the front opening of the first housing portion 114, and the first light-emitting substrate 112 of the first upper light-emitting device 107 has a first light-emitting substrate 112. The lens body 114a is configured to be irradiated with light from the LED 112a mounted on the substrate portion 112b. In addition, a plurality of slits 115a penetrating in the front-rear direction are formed in the front wall constituting the second housing portion 115 and mounted on the second substrate portion 112c of the first light emitting substrate 112 of the first upper light emitting device 107. The light from the LED 112a is irradiated to the front side through the slit 115a. That is, in the embodiment, the lens body 114 a and the slit 115 a function as the upper light transmission part (light transmission part) 31. The light transmission part is not limited to a lens body, a slit, or the like, and is configured from a translucent plate or a plate member subjected to various light diffusion processes as long as it can transmit light irradiated from the back side to the front side. It may be a thing.

(About the second upper light-emitting device)
The second upper light emitting device (second light emitting device) 108 is disposed on the upper facing surface portion (installation portion) 55a of the back unit 19. The second upper light emitting device 108 covers a second light emitting substrate 116 (see FIG. 23) in which a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 116a are mounted on a mounting surface facing the front side, and the front side of the second light emitting substrate 116. The second light emitting substrate 116 and the cover body 117 are each fixed to the upper facing surface portion 55a with screws. The cover body 117 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material. As shown in FIG. 32, the cover body 117 includes a vertical surface portion 117a extending along the upper facing surface portion 55a and an upper end edge of the vertical surface portion 117a. It is comprised from the protrusion surface part 117b formed so that it may protrude ahead, and the said extension part 117c extended upwards from the front-end edge of this protrusion surface part 117b. In other words, in the embodiment, the extending portion 117 c where the first upper light emitting device 107 is disposed is integrally formed with the cover body 117 of the second upper light emitting device 108.

  The first upper light-emitting device 107 is located in front of the second upper light-emitting device 108 as shown in FIG. 32 or FIG. 35, and is movable between the upper light-emitting devices 107 and 108 to the left. A movable body space 118 is defined that opens downward and can accommodate the movable bodies 120, 139 a, and 139 b provided in the rendering device 105. That is, as will be described later, the movable bodies 120, 139a, 139b are accommodated in the movable body space 118 defined between the upper light emitting devices 107, 108 at the standby position (FIG. 32). The first upper light emitting device 107 faces the front of 139a, 139b, and the second upper light emitting device 108 faces the rear of the movable bodies 120, 139a, 139b. The movable body space 118 opens toward the operating position with the movable bodies 120, 139a, 139b reciprocating between the standby position and the operating position facing the standby position, and the movable bodies 120, 139a are opened. , 139b is allowed to move to the operating position, and the movable bodies 120, 139a, 139b moving from the operating position to the standby position are allowed to be accommodated.

  As shown in FIG. 19, the extending portion 117c is provided with a through hole 117d at a position corresponding to the connector receiving portion 112d provided on the back surface of the first light emitting substrate 112 in the first upper light emitting device 107. When the upper light emitting device 107 is attached to the extending portion 117c, the connector receiving portion 112d is configured to face the through hole 117d. Then, a wiring (not shown) having one end connected to the connector receiving portion 112d is routed above the protruding surface portion 117b (on the side opposite to the movable body space 118). It is connected to the second light emitting substrate 116. Note that a wiring holding portion 117e is provided on the upper surface of the protruding surface portion 117d, and is configured to hold the wiring connecting the first light emitting substrate 112 and the second light emitting substrate 116 to the wiring holding portion 117e. In addition, a cutout is formed on the front side of the upper wall portion 56a of the back unit 19 so as to recede toward the rear side so as to expose a connection portion between the connector receiving portion 112d of the first light emitting board 112 and the wiring. A recess 19c is provided so that wiring connection work can be performed with the first upper light-emitting device 107 attached to the extension 117c.

(About the light emitting substrate disposed on the opposite surface of the back unit)
As shown in FIG. 23, FIG. 24, or FIG. 26, the lower light emitting substrate 111 extending in the left-right direction is disposed on the lower facing surface portion 55b of the back unit 19. The lower light emitting substrate 111 includes a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 111 a that irradiate light forward facing the back side of the rear wall portion 44 facing the upper side of the stage portion 29 in the decorative member 28. And it is comprised so that the rear wall part 44 may be illuminated from the back side by light-emitting LED111a of the lower light emission board | substrate 111. FIG. A decorative cover 119 that covers the lower light emitting substrate 111 from the front side is disposed on the lower facing surface portion 55b. The decorative cover 119 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material and has a design as a motif of the pachinko machine 10 on the front surface to allow light from the LED 111a in the lower light emitting substrate 111 to pass therethrough. At the same time, the design on the front surface of the decorative cover 119 is visible from the front side through the transparent rear wall 44.

  On the right facing surface portion 55d of the back unit 19, the side light emitting substrate 109 extending in the vertical direction is disposed as shown in FIG. The side light emitting substrate 109 includes a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 109a that face the back side of the right movable effect device 106 and emit light toward the front. And it is comprised so that the right movable production | presentation apparatus 106 may be illuminated from the back side by light-emitting LED109a of the side part light emission board | substrate 109. FIG. In addition, a corner light emitting substrate 110 is disposed at the lower right corner where the lower facing surface portion 55b and the right facing surface portion 55d intersect with each other. The corner light emitting substrate 110 faces a back side above the portion of the corner light transmitting portion 33 of the decorative member 28 that faces the display 90, and emits light toward the front (light emitting body). 110a. And it is comprised so that the corner light transmission part 33 may be illuminated from the back side by light-emitting LED110a of the corner light emission board | substrate 110. FIG.

  Note that the second light emitting substrate 116 and the side light emitting substrate 109 of the second upper light emitting device 108 are connected via wiring, and the side light emitting substrate 109 and the corner light emitting substrate 110 are connected via wiring. Connected. Then, the wiring led out from the corner light emitting substrate 110 is connected to the overall control device 59 via the back relay substrate 61, and the overall control device 59 causes the LEDs 112 a, 116 a, 110 of each light emitting substrate 112, 116, 109, 110 to be connected. 109a and 110a are controlled to emit light.

(Left movable effect device)
As shown in FIG. 41 or 42, the left movable effect device 105 disposed on the left facing surface portion 55c of the back unit 19 includes a large left movable body 120 that performs a predetermined effect operation, and the left movable body. The first drive unit 121 that reciprocates 120 is basically configured. The left movable body 120 is formed so as to extend from the movable base 122 toward a lateral direction intersecting a reciprocating direction of the movable base 122 and a movable base 122 (base) serving as a mounting portion of a rack 128 described later. Arm portion 123. In addition, the left movable body 120 is formed so that the movable base 122 and the arm 123 are orthogonal or substantially orthogonal, and the arm 123 is connected to the upper end of the movable base 122. It has a substantially L-shape. In the left movable body 120, the movable base 122 is disposed on the left side of the window 28a of the decorative member 28 with the movable base 122 disposed on the front side of the left facing surface portion 55c, and the arm 123 extends from the movable base 122 to the window. It extends toward the center side of 28a (see FIG. 33). A design portion 123a having a large vertical width is provided at the right end portion of the arm portion 123 located at the center in the left-right direction of the window 28a, and sub-movable bodies 139a and 139b described later are disposed on the design portion 123a. Has been. Further, the movable base 122 of the left movable body 120 is connected to the decorative member 28 provided on the plate member 18 with the back unit 19 attached to the back side of the plate member 18 from the window 28a (first through hole 21a). Located on the left side, the movable base 122 is a portion that is covered with the plate member 18 and is not visible from the front side of the game board 17, whereas the arm 123 of the left movable body 120 has a window as described above. It is an exposed portion that is visible from the front side of the game board 17 facing 28a.

  The main body of the left movable body 120 is disposed on the front surface of the movable body base 124 that can reciprocate with respect to the left facing surface portion 55c via a rolling bearing 129 described later. A movable body cover 125 covering the front side of the movable body, and in an internal space defined by the movable body base 124 and the movable body cover 125, a movable body light emitting substrate 154, an internal relay substrate 158, and a sub movable body 139a, which will be described later. The second drive unit 140 for operating the 139b, the linkage mechanism 141, and the like are accommodated. As shown in FIG. 43, the movable body base 124 is formed in a box shape that opens to the front with a wall portion extending forward from the periphery of a base plate formed in an approximately L shape that is inverted upside down. A base base portion 124a extending in the vertical direction, a base arm portion 124b extending from the right upper end portion of the base base portion 124a and extending in the left-right direction, and a right end portion of the base arm portion 124b. The design portion 123a is configured and a base mounting portion 124c that is an installation portion of the movable body light emitting substrate 154 is configured. Further, the base plate of the base arm portion 124b and the base mounting portion 124c has a first partition wall (partition wall) 126 that vertically divides a connection mechanism 141 and a routing route for the light emission wiring 156, which will be described later, and also serves as a reinforcement. A plurality are provided (see FIG. 46).

  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 43, the movable body cover 125 is formed in a plate shape formed in an approximately L shape that is inverted up and down, and has a cover base portion 125a having a longitudinally extending length. The cover arm 125b extends from the upper right end of the cover base 125a and extends in the left-right direction. The vertical dimension of the portion corresponding to the base mounting portion 124c in the cover arm portion 125b is set small, and the base mounting portion 124c is configured to open to the front side below the cover arm portion 125b. However, the cover arm portion 125b is detachably provided with a decorative cover 127 that covers the front opening of the base mounting portion 124c that opens below the cover arm portion 125b. In the embodiment, the design portion 123a is constituted by the decorative cover 127 and the base mounting portion 124c. In addition, a lens portion 125c is provided at a position corresponding to an LED 158b mounted on an internal relay substrate 158, which will be described later, at the edge of the cover base 125a on the window 28a side.

  On the back surface of the base base portion 124a, a rack 128 extending in the vertical direction is disposed in such a posture that the tooth portion 128a is directed to the left side opposite to the window 28a. Further, a rolling bearing 129 is disposed on the back surface of the rack 128, and the rolling bearing 129 is movably movable on a rail member 130 disposed to extend in the vertical direction at a predetermined length in the left facing surface portion 55c. It is supported (see FIG. 39). That is, the left movable body 120 is positioned in front of the upper facing surface portion 55a of the back unit 19 in a region where the arm portion 123 faces the window 28a in a state where the rolling bearing 129 is supported by the rail member 130. The standby position (first position) shown in FIG. 2 located at the inner upper edge of the window 28a, and the operating position (second position) shown in FIG. 33 that is displaced downward from this standby position and faces the vicinity of the center of the window 28a. It can be moved back and forth between. By using the rolling bearing 129 as the moving support structure of the left movable body 120, the left movable body 120 that is cantilevered by attaching the movable base 122 to the rack 128 is linearly moved in the vertical direction along the rail member 130. It is configured to be able to reciprocate smoothly. Further, the rolling bearing 129 is disposed so as to extend by a predetermined length in the longitudinal direction (reciprocating direction) of the movable base 122 at a portion where the arm portion 123 is continuously provided in the movable base 122, and the rolling shaft portion. The left movable body 120 can be stably moved by supporting the load of the arm portion 123 at 129. The rolling bearing 129 employs a so-called ball bearing structure using a metal ball as a rolling element that rolls in contact with the rail member 130. Further, in the embodiment, the movable base 122 supported by the rail member 130 via the rolling bearing 129 extends from the movable base 122 in the lateral direction and faces the window 28a, so that it can be seen by the player (a first portion). 1 movable body) 123.

  Here, with the back unit 19 attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the movable base portion 122 of the left movable body 120 is reciprocated between the left facing surface portion 55 c of the back unit 19 and the plate member 18. Is defined so as to extend in the vertical direction. As shown in FIG. 40, the space 131 has a space longer than the length that the left movable body 120 moves to the operating position below the movable base 122 with the left movable body 120 facing the standby position. The relay wiring 160 (described later) drawn from the lower end of the movable base 122 is set so as not to be sandwiched between the movable base 122 and the back unit 19.

  Further, in the standby position of the left movable body 120, the arm portion 123 and the design portion 123a are positioned so as to overlap the front side of the second upper light emitting device 108 disposed on the upper facing surface portion 55a, and the design portion 123a. A part of the second upper light emitting device 108 faces the movable body space 118 defined between the second upper light emitting device 108 and the first upper light emitting device 107 (see FIGS. 32 and 34). ), The second upper light emitting device 108, the design portion 123a of the left movable body 120, and the first upper light emitting device 107 are overlapped in the front-rear relationship. Then, in the operating position of the left movable body 120, the arm portion 123 and the design portion 123a are retracted downward from the upper facing surface portion 55a, that is, from the front side of the second upper light emitting device 108, and as shown in FIG. The second upper light emitting device 108 is exposed from the window 28a, and the front of the second upper light emitting device 108 can be directly illuminated by the light emission of the LED 116a in the second upper light emitting device 108.

  Each of the movable body base 124, the movable body cover 125, and the decorative cover body 127 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material, and an arm portion 123 and a design portion 123a are provided on the front side of the second upper light emitting device 108. In the state where the two overlap, the arm portion 123 and the design portion 123a can be brightened by the light of the LED 116a in the second upper light emitting device 108. However, the movable body cover 125 and the decorative cover 127 are subjected to a required light diffusion process so that the shapes and the like of various components housed therein cannot be clearly seen.

  On the upper side of the left facing surface portion 55c, as shown in FIG. 40, a drive unit 132 including the first drive unit 121 is detachably disposed on the left side of the position where the rail member 130 is disposed. The drive unit 132 includes a first drive motor (first drive means) 134 and a rotation of the motor 134. The drive cover member (cover member) 133 includes a front case 133a and a rear case 133b. The first drive unit 121 including a plurality of gears 135, 136, and 137 that transmit power is disposed (see FIG. 48), and is attached to and detached from the left facing surface unit 55c in units of the drive cover member 133. It is configured to be freely mountable. As shown in FIG. 42, a first drive motor 134 is disposed in a rearward posture on the front surface of the front case 133a, and its output shaft protrudes into the drive cover member 133. As shown in FIG. 48, the first drive gear 135 is disposed on the output shaft facing the inside of the drive cover member 133, and the drive cover member 133 has an intermediate portion that meshes with the first drive gear 135. A gear 136 and an operation gear (gear) 137 meshing with the intermediate gear 136 are rotatably disposed, and the operation gear 137 is configured to rotate forward and reverse by forward rotation and reverse rotation of the first drive motor 134. The

  A gear opening 133c is formed on the right side of the drive cover member 133 that faces the rack 128, corresponding to the position where the operation gear 137 is disposed, and is operated through the gear opening 133c. A part of the gear 137 is configured to protrude outward (see FIG. 48). Then, with the drive unit 132 attached to the left facing surface portion 55c, the teeth protruding outward from the gear opening 133c mesh with the teeth 128a of the rack 128, and the operating gear 137, the rack 128, Under the meshing action, the left movable body 120 reciprocates in the extending direction (vertical direction) of the rack 128 (rail member 130) as the operating gear 137 rotates. In the drive unit 132, a first drive motor 134 disposed outside (front side) of the drive cover member 133, and a plurality of gears 135, 136, 137 disposed inside the drive cover member 133, And a first driving wire 163 to be described later derived from the first drive motor 134 without contacting the meshing portions of the gears 135, 136, 137, and the left facing surface portion 55c. It is comprised so that the front side of can be routed. Further, the meshing position of the operating gear 137 and the rack 128 is different from the retraction movement of the left movable body 120 to the drawing end side from the left movable body 120 of a later-described relay wiring 160 drawn out from the left movable body 120. Positioned to be biased to the opposite end of the direction.

(Sub-movable production device)
The left movable effect device 105 is provided with a sub movable effect device 138 including sub movable members (second movable members, movable members) 139a and 139b that are operable (displaceable) independently of the left movable member 120. It is installed. The secondary movable effect device 138 is disposed on the front side of the design portion 123a of the left movable body 120 so as to reciprocate the pair of left and right secondary movable bodies 139a, 139b and the secondary movable bodies 139a, 139b. Basically, a second drive unit 140 serving as a drive source for the second drive unit 140 and a linkage mechanism 141 for linking the second drive unit 140 and the sub movable bodies 139a and 139b to transmit the drive of the second drive unit 140. Configured.

  The auxiliary movable bodies 139a and 139b are arranged to be movable in the left-right direction on the front side of the decorative cover 127 in the design portion 123a, and both the auxiliary movable bodies 139a and 139b are close to each other, The sub movable bodies 139a and 139b are configured to reciprocate between operating positions separated from each other. Both the sub movable bodies 139a and 139b are formed in a shape related to the motif of the pachinko machine 10, for example, imitating a lock, and as shown in FIG. 18, the pair of sub movable bodies 139a and 139b are close to each other and locked. As shown in FIG. 33, the unlocked state is shown separated. Further, the sub movable bodies 139a and 139b are configured to be non-light transmissive, and cover the entire front side of the decorative cover 127 at the standby position, so that a movable light emitting substrate 154 (to be described later) built in the design portion 123a is covered. The decorative cover 127 brightened with the light emitted from the LED 154a is configured not to be visible from the front side.

  A second driving unit 140 is disposed via a partition member 142 at a connection portion between the base base portion 124 a and the base arm portion 124 b in the movable body base 124. As shown in FIG. 46, the partition member 142 is formed in a shape that can be accommodated over a predetermined region of the base base portion 124a and the base arm portion 124b of the movable body base 124, and faces the base base side of the partition member 142. The second driving unit 140 is disposed at the center. The second drive unit 140 includes a second drive motor (second drive means, electrical component) 143 as a drive source disposed forward on the back surface of the partition member 142, and the partition member 142 of the motor 143. The second drive gear 144 is arranged on the output shaft protruding forward, and the partition member 142 is attached to the movable body base 124 from the front side, so that the second drive gear is sandwiched between the partition member 142 in the base base portion. 144 and the second drive motor 143 face each other in a front-rear relationship.

  The second driving unit 140 is disposed in a portion (movable base 122) supported by the rail member 130 via the rolling bearing 129 in the left movable body 120, and the load of the second driving unit 140 is movable. The base portion 122 and the arm portion 123 are not added to the connecting portion. In addition, as shown in FIG. 46, the front surface of the partition member 142 divides the space up and down inside the base base portion 124a and the base arm portion 124b with the arrangement position of the second drive gear 144 interposed therebetween. A second partition wall (compartment wall) 142a also serving as a reinforcement is provided, and is configured to secure a routing route for a light-emitting wiring 156, which will be described later, below the second partition wall 142a. The right end of the second partition wall 142a facing the base arm portion 124b is configured to be aligned with the left end of the first partition wall 126 provided on the base plate of the base arm portion 124b. A space in the base arm portion 124b is vertically divided by 142a.

(About linkage mechanism)
The linkage mechanism 141 of the auxiliary movable effect device 138 includes a plurality of horizontally long linkages (linking members) 145, 146, and 147 that are connected to each other and extend along the base arm portion 124b, and a plurality of gears 144. , 151 and the like, and are arranged in a compact manner in the base arm portion 124b. As shown in FIG. 46, a tooth portion 145a meshing with the drive gear 144 on the upper side (above the second partition wall 142a) of the partition member 142 above the second drive gear 144 is predetermined on the lower surface in the left-right direction. A first linkage 145 formed with a length is disposed so as to be movable in the left-right direction. A pair of long holes 145b and 145b extending in a predetermined length in the left-right direction are formed in the first linkage 145 so as to be spaced apart in the left-right direction, and a pair of protrusions projecting from the front surface of the partition member 142. By inserting the elongated holes 145b and 145b corresponding to the guide pins 142b and 142b in a slidable manner, the first linkage 145 maintains the meshing state between the tooth portion 145a and the second drive gear 144 in the left-right direction. It is configured to reciprocate stably.

  A right connection pin 145c is provided on the lower surface of the right end of the first linkage 145, and the right connection pin 145c is supported on the upper side of the first and second partition walls 126, 142a so as to be movable in the left-right direction. The second connecting rod 146 is reciprocated as the first connecting rod 145 is reciprocated by being rotatably engaged with a left connecting hole 146a (see FIG. 43) formed at the left end of the two connecting rod 146. It is configured as follows. A third connecting rod 147 is disposed on the base mounting portion 124c of the base arm portion 124b so as to be reciprocally movable in the left-right direction. A left connecting pin 147a formed at the left end of the third connecting rod 147 is provided. The second connecting rod 146 is pivotally inserted into and engaged with a right connecting hole 146b (see FIG. 43) formed in the right end portion of the second connecting rod 146, and the third connecting rod 147 also reciprocates as the second connecting rod 146 reciprocates. Configured to move. As shown in FIG. 46, the third continuous rod 147 has a pair of long holes 147b, 147b extending in the left-right direction and spaced apart in the left-right direction. The third linkage 147 is restricted from moving in the vertical direction by slidably passing through the long holes 147b and 147b corresponding to the pair of guide pins 124d and 124d protruding from the front surface of the base plate at 124c. In this state, the reciprocating movement can be stably performed in the left-right direction.

  As shown in FIG. 46, a pair of left and right actuating members 148, 149 are arranged on the base mounting portion 124c of the base arm portion 124b so as to be linearly reciprocable in the left-right direction. As shown in FIG. 43, a pair of left boss portions 148a and 148a project from the front surface of the left operating member 148 in the left-right direction, and both left boss portions 148a and 148a correspond to the decorative cover 127. It is connected to the left sub movable body 139a located on the left side in a state of being inserted through a left through long hole 127a formed so as to extend in the left-right direction at the position. Similarly, a pair of right boss portions 149a and 149a project from the front surface of the right actuating member 149 in the left-right direction, and the right boss portions 149a and 149a are left and right at the corresponding positions of the decorative cover 127. The right sub movable body 139b located on the right side is connected to the right through long hole 127b formed so as to extend in the direction. That is, the left and right sub movable bodies 139a and 139b are configured to reciprocate in the left and right directions integrally with the corresponding left and right actuating members 148 and 149 located on the rear side with the decorative cover 127 interposed therebetween. The third connecting rod 147 is connected and fixed to the left operating member 148, and the left operating member 148 and the left sub movable body 139a are reciprocated as the third connecting rod 147 reciprocates. .

  As shown in FIG. 48, a pinion 150 is rotatably disposed on the base plate of the base mounting portion 124c at a position facing the lower side of the third linkage 147 on the rear side of the right actuating member 149. A tooth portion 147c that meshes with the pinion 150 is formed on the lower surface of the left end portion of the triple rod 147 with a predetermined length in the left-right direction. A rack member 151 provided on the upper surface with a tooth portion 151a meshing with the pinion 150 is disposed below the position where the pinion 150 is disposed on the base plate, and is movable in the left-right direction. Is connected to the right actuating member 149. That is, the tooth portion 147c of the third linkage 147 connected to the left operating member 148 and the tooth portion 151a of the rack member 151 connected to the right operating member 149 are engaged with the pinion 150 in the vertical position. Thus, as the third linkage 147 reciprocates in the left-right direction, the left and right auxiliary movable bodies 139a, 139b connected to the left and right actuating members 148, 149 are synchronously moved toward and away from each other. It is configured as follows. The front end of the pinion 150 is integrally formed with a circular flange 150a extending radially outward from the tooth portion, and the front surface of the third linkage 147 and the rack member 151 positioned vertically is slid by the flange 150a. By being supported movably, the forward displacement of the third linkage 147 and the rack member 151 is restricted, and the meshed state with the pinion 150 can be maintained. In the embodiment, the right sub movable body 139b is linked to the linkage mechanism 141 via a pinion 150 and a rack member 151, and the pinion 150 and the rack member 151 constitute a second linkage mechanism.

  A metal piece 152 is provided on the upper surface of the arm portion 123 in the left movable body 120, and the metal piece 152 is a magnet 153 as a holding means disposed on the projecting surface portion 117b of the second upper light emitting device 108 (see FIG. 40). ), The left movable body 120 is stopped and held at the standby position.

(About movable body light-emitting substrate)
A movable body light emitting substrate (electrical component) 154 is disposed on the base mounting portion 124c below the position where the linkage mechanism 141 such as the second linkage 146 or the third linkage 147 is provided. The movable body light emitting substrate 154 is configured such that a plurality of LEDs (light emitting bodies) 154a are mounted on a mounting surface facing the front side, and the decorative cover 127 is illuminated from the back side by light emission of the LEDs 154a. Further, as shown in FIG. 43 or FIG. 47, the movable body light-emitting substrate 154 is provided with a sub-movable body original position sensor 155, and the original position sensor 155 provides a detection piece 147 d provided on the third linkage 147. By detecting, the position of the left sub movable body 139a (the sub movable body on the side directly operated by being directly linked to the linkage mechanism 141) to which the third linkage 147 is connected can be detected.

(About wiring of electrical parts inside the left movable body)
As shown in FIG. 46, on the front surface of the movable body light emitting substrate 154, there is a connector receiving portion at a position facing a routing space defined below the partition walls 126, 142a provided on the base arm portion 124b and the partition member 142. A light emitting wiring (component wiring) 156 provided with a portion 154b and having one end connected to the connector receiving portion 154b is drawn into the base base 124a (movable base 122) after being routed in the routing space. Thus, the occurrence of problems due to the contact between the linkage mechanism 141 and the light emitting wiring 156 is prevented. A wiring hook 142c is provided on the front surface of the partition member 142 below the second partition wall 142a, and the light emitting wiring 156 is locked to the wiring hook 142c.

  A second drive wiring (component wiring) 157 having one end connected to the second drive motor 143 is provided via a gap between the base plate of the base base portion 124a and the lower end side of the partition member 142. It is configured to be drawn out to the front side of the internal relay board 158 disposed on the base base portion 124a. In other words, the second drive wiring 157 is drawn from the lower side of the second partition wall 142a provided on the partition member 142 to the front side of the partition member 142, and is disposed on the upper front side of the second partition wall 142a. The second drive gear 144 and the linkage mechanism 141 are not interfered with.

(About internal relay board)
Inside the movable base 122 of the left movable body 120, an internal relay board (relay board) 158 to which the other ends of the wirings 156 and 157 connected at one end to the movable body light emitting board 154 and the second drive motor 143 are connected. Is disposed. As shown in FIG. 46, the internal relay substrate 158 is spaced from the base plate to the front side below the position where the second drive unit 140 is disposed in the base base portion 124a constituting the movable base portion 122. Arranged. A front connector receiving portion 158a corresponding to the number of electrical components (movable body light emitting substrate 154, second drive motor 143) disposed on the left movable body 120 is disposed on the front surface of the internal relay substrate 158. Wirings 156 and 157 derived from the movable body light emitting substrate 154 and the second drive motor 143 corresponding to the front connector receiving portion 158a are connected. A plurality of LEDs (light emitters) 158b are mounted on the front surface of the internal relay board 158 so as to be spaced apart from each other along the edge of the decorative member 28 on the window 28a side. The lens unit 125c corresponding to the cover base 125a is irradiated. The movable base 122 of the left movable body 120 is configured such that the right side thereof faces the window 28a on the rear side of the left side light transmission part 32 of the decorative member 28, and the light of the LED 158b of the internal relay board 158 is used. The inside of the window 28a can be illuminated from the side. That is, the internal relay substrate 158 also functions as a light emitting substrate that illuminates the inside of the window 28a.

  On the back surface of the internal relay board 158, all the wirings 156, 157 connected to the front connector receiving part 158a are aggregated and electrically connected by a circuit provided on the board 158, and the internal relay connector receiving part (Relay connector receiving portion) 159 is provided. The connection port 159a of the internal relay connector receiving portion 159 opens toward the lower end (the end toward the operating position) that is one end of the movable base 122 in the reciprocating direction, and the internal relay connector receiving portion 159. The relay wiring (component wiring) 160 having one end connected to the connection port 159a is routed downward along the moving direction of the movable base 122 (see FIG. 46). Further, an insertion port 122a penetrating in the vertical direction (reciprocating direction) is formed at the lower end of the movable base 122, and the relay wiring 160 is drawn out to the outside (space portion 131) through the insertion port 122a. . That is, the side where the relay wiring 160 electrically connected to the movable light emitting substrate 154 and the second drive motor 143 disposed inside the left movable body 120 is drawn out from the left movable body 120 is the left The first drive unit 121 (drive unit 132) for reciprocating the movable body 120 is opposite to the reciprocating direction of the left movable body 120 with respect to the arrangement position of the first drive unit 121, and the first drive unit 121 is operated. The relay wiring 160 does not face the meshing position of the gear 137 and the rack 128. The insertion opening 122a of the movable base 122 is set so as to face the front side of the external relay board 161 described later (see FIG. 39).

(External relay board)
As shown in FIG. 40, the left facing surface portion 55c is located on the side of the space portion 131 and on the left side from the moving region of the movable base portion 122 (on the side opposite to the window 28a). (Substrate, relay substrate) 161 is provided. An external relay connector receiving portion (connector receiving portion) 162 that opens the connection port 162a downward is disposed on the front surface of the external relay board 161, and the relay relay drawn out from the lower end of the movable base 122 is provided. The other end of the wiring 160 is connected from the lower side of the external relay connector receiving portion 162. The external relay connector receiving portion 162 is positioned below the lower end of the movable base 122 when the left movable body 120 faces the standby position, and above the lower end of the movable base 122 when the left movable body 120 faces the operating position. Is set to be located. Further, as shown in FIG. 40, the relay wiring 160 drawn out from the lower end of the movable base portion 122 at the standby position and connected to the external relay connector receiving portion 162 has a substantially J-shaped bent state. Configured to face. Then, as the left movable body 120 moves from the standby position to the operating position, the relay wiring 160 moves in the space portion and changes to a state of being bent in an approximately J-shape, so that the relay wiring 160 cannot be forced. It is configured so that no strong force acts.

  A first driving wiring (driving wiring) 163 led out from the first driving motor 134 is connected to the front surface of the external relay board 161 above the external relay connector receiving portion 162. A connector receiving portion (connector receiving portion) 161a is provided. One end of the first drive wiring 163 is connected to the left side (the side away from the rack 128) of the first drive motor 134 disposed on the front side of the drive cover member 133. As shown in FIG. The drive cover member 133 is drawn from the front side to the front side of the external relay substrate 161, and the other end is connected to the drive connector receiving portion 161a. The external relay board 161 has a front surface on the front side of the rack 128 and faces the same level as the front surface of the front case 133a of the drive unit 132, and an upper end of the external relay board 161 and a lower end of the drive cover member 133 of the drive unit 132. The first drive wiring 163 that is positioned so as to be positioned substantially without a gap and routed from the front side of the drive cover member 133 to the front side of the external relay substrate 161 does not displace rearward from the front surface of the drive cover member 133. Composed. In addition, a wiring hook 133d is disposed in the vicinity of the lower end portion on the front surface of the driving cover member 133, and the first driving wiring 163 is locked to the wiring hook 133d. As shown in FIG. 42 or 44, the wiring hook 133d is formed in a bowl shape that extends from the front surface of the driving cover member 133 to the front side and opens on the left side, and the left side of the wiring hook 133d. It is possible to prevent the first driving wiring 163 locked from the side from moving toward the moving region of the movable base 122.

  On the front surface of the external relay board 161, on the left side of the external relay connector receiving portion 162 (on the side away from the moving region of the movable base 122), the external relay connector receiving portion 162 and the driving connector receiving portion 161a are connected. An aggregation connector receiving portion (relay connector receiving portion) 161b is provided in which all the connected wirings 160 and 163 are aggregated and electrically connected by a circuit provided on the external relay substrate 161. Then, an aggregation relay wiring (relay wiring) 164 having one end connected to the aggregation connector receiving portion 161b is connected to the moving region of the movable base 122 with the wiring guide 166 described later sandwiched between the front side of the external relay substrate 161. Is pulled out on the opposite side and pulled out to the back side of the back unit 19, and the other end is connected to the back relay board 61. The collective relay wiring 164 is drawn out to the back side of the back unit 19 after being routed behind the winning hole light emitting device 85 (see FIG. 40).

  As shown in FIG. 39, a left movable body original position sensor 165 is disposed on the back surface of the external relay substrate 161, and the original position sensor 165 detects a detection piece 128b provided on the rack 128. The position of the left movable body 120 can be detected. In the embodiment, the detection piece 128b is set to be detected by the left movable body original position sensor 165 when the left movable body 120 arrives at the standby position.

(About the wiring guide)
On the front side of the external relay substrate 161, as shown in FIG. 40, a wiring guide 166 that restricts displacement of the relay wiring 160 that moves in accordance with the movement of the left movable body 120 to the front side and the outer side (left side). Is arranged. The wiring guide 166 has a front wall portion (regulating member) 166a that is formed in an inverted substantially J-shape and extends in parallel with the external relay substrate 161, and a rear edge from the left and lower edges of the front wall portion 166a. And a required space between the front wall portion 166a and the front surface of the external relay board 161 at a position where the upper end faces the lower side of the external relay connector receiving portion 162. It arrange | positions so that it may define (refer FIG. 38). In addition, the wiring guide 166 is attached to the front side of the external relay board 161 and is opened upward and to the right side (space part side) so that the relay wiring 160 drawn from the movable base 122 is connected to the external relay board 161. It is comprised so that accommodation is possible. Further, as shown in FIG. 40, the front wall portion 166a of the wiring guide 166 faces the front side of the lower end portion of the relay wiring 160 drawn from the lower end of the movable base portion 122 at the standby position of the left movable body 120. Thus, the relay wiring 160 can be prevented from being displaced forward. When the left movable body 120 faces the operating position, the relay wiring 160 is substantially along the outer wall portion 166b of the wiring guide 166, and is directed to the front side and the left side (side away from the space portion 131). Configured to regulate displacement.

  The wiring guide 166 is disposed so that the outer wall portion 166b is located on the right side (the moving region side of the movable base portion 122) from the position where the aggregate connector receiving portion 161b is disposed, and is connected to the aggregate connector receiving portion 161b. Thus, the wiring guide 166 prevents the aggregation relay wiring 164 routed around the front side of the external relay board 161 from interfering with the relay wiring 160.

(About sensor installation part)
As shown in FIG. 37, FIG. 38, FIG. 39, or FIG. 40, the driving cover member 133 of the driving unit 132 and the front side of the external relay substrate 161 are connected to the stage member 29 in the ball passage gate 36 and the decorative member 28. A sensor installation portion 168 for arranging a left side magnetic sensor 167 for detecting an illegal act by a magnet with respect to the ball introduction port 30a of the pachinko ball W is provided. The left side magnetic sensor 167, like the left and right lower magnetic sensors 73 and 75, contacts a part of a pair of lead pieces extending in a direction along the longitudinal direction inside a substantially rectangular casing. A reed switch configured so as to be detachably opposed to each other, wherein the extending direction of the lead piece (longitudinal direction of the casing) is a vertical direction with respect to the sensor installation portion 168, and the plate member 18 Arranged in a posture parallel to the back surface.

  The sensor installation portion 168 is formed in a substantially rectangular shape having a longitudinal extension in the vertical direction when viewed from the front, and is formed in a substantially tray shape opening to the front side. As shown in FIG. 39 or FIG. Screwed to the front ends of a plurality of mounting bosses (protrusions) 169 provided so as to project forward from the front surface of the opposing surface portion (rear wall) 55c and the driving cover member 133, the back surface of the sensor installation portion 168 and the drive Between the cover member 133 and the front surface of the external relay substrate 161, a space that allows the first drive wiring 163 to be routed exists. That is, the sensor installation unit 168 is configured to function also as a restricting member that restricts the first drive wiring 163 from being displaced forward.

  A sensor holding portion 168a is formed on the front surface of the sensor installation portion 168, and the left magnetic sensor 167 is held in the above-described vertical orientation by the sensor holding portion 168a. The left side magnetic sensor 167 held by the sensor holding unit 168a is located below the ball passage gate 36 and to the side of the ball introduction port 30a of the decorative member 28, and its magnetic detection range is the ball passage gate 36. In addition, the position of the sensor installation portion 168 is set so as to face the position extending to the ball introduction port 30a. That is, in the embodiment, the magnetic detection range of the left side magnetic sensor 167 is such that the position of the sensor installation portion 168 covers the region that crosses the horizontal portion located on the left side of the decorative member 28 in the game region 18a in the left-right direction. Is set. The left side magnetic sensor 167 is connected to the overall control device 59. When the left side magnetic sensor 167 detects magnetism, an abnormality notification using a lamp, a speaker, or the like is performed under the control of the overall control device 59. Configured to be done. A wiring (not shown) derived from the left side magnetic sensor 167 is led out from the notch 19b provided in the left wall portion 56c of the back unit 19 to the back side, and is controlled through the back relay board 61. Connected to device 59.

  44 or 45, the right end portion of the sensor installation portion 168 is located so as to cover the front side of the left end portion of the movable base portion 122 in the left movable body 120, and the movable base portion in the sensor installation portion 168 is covered. The movable base 122 reciprocates in the vertical direction between the overlapping portion 168b that overlaps the front side of 122 in a non-contact manner and the left facing surface portion 55c. The back surface of the overlapping portion 168b in the sensor installation portion 168 is inclined so as to retreat from the movable base 122 to the front side from the left side to the right side over the entire length in the longitudinal direction. Further, a concave portion 122b that is recessed backward is formed along the longitudinal direction (reciprocating direction) at the front left end of the movable base portion 122 that overlaps the overlapping portion 168b of the sensor placement portion 168, and the sensor placement portion 168, the movable base portion 122, and the like. The movable base 122 can be arranged as close to the back surface of the plate member 18 as possible without contact.

(About the right movable effect device)
As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19 to 54, the right movable effect device 106 disposed in the back unit 19 is an installation member 170 as a main body of the right movable effect device 106 attached to the back unit 19. A movable member 180 disposed on the installation member 170 and capable of reciprocating between a first position (see FIGS. 2, 49, etc.) and a second position (see FIGS. 51, 52), and the installation member A driving motor 178 is provided as a driving unit that is disposed in 170 and is connected to the movable member 180 via the driving mechanism 194 and drives the movable member 180. Here, the drive motor 178 is electrically connected to the overall control device 59, and is configured such that the drive motor 178 is driven and controlled based on a control signal from the overall control device 59, The movable member 180 can perform a movable effect associated with the symbol variation effect displayed on the display unit of the symbol display device 13.

  18, 24, and 52, the installation member 170 includes a right side portion of the opening 19 a in the facing surface portion 55 of the back unit 19 (a right facing surface portion 55 d in the facing surface portion, an upper right corner portion, and a lower right corner portion). Each of which is covered almost entirely. That is, the installation member 170 of the right movable effect device 106 covers the front side of the side light emitting substrate 109 and the corner light emitting substrate 110 disposed on the facing surface portion 55. Here, the installation member 170 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material, and the light of the LEDs 109a and 110a disposed on the side light-emitting substrate 109 and the corner light-emitting substrate 110 passes through the installation member 170. It passes through and is irradiated forward. That is, the installation member 170 of the right movable effect device 106 has a function as a cover member for the side light emitting substrate 109 and the corner light emitting substrate 110.

  As shown in FIG. 53, the installation member 170 opens forward at a lower position overlapping with the decorative member 28 (more specifically, the corner light transmitting portion 33) disposed on the plate member 18 in the front-rear direction. A support hole 171 is formed, and a first rotation connecting shaft (rotation shaft) 172 that pivotally supports the movable member 180 is attached to the support hole 171. In addition, a large-diameter recess 171a having a larger diameter than the support hole 171 is formed at a position corresponding to the support hole 171 in the installation member 170, and the movable member 180 (a rocking member described later) is formed. A cylindrical protrusion 183 formed on the movable movable body 181) is rotatably inserted. A shaft insertion hole 173 penetrating in the front-rear direction is formed at an upper position of the installation member 170 that overlaps with the plate member 18 of the game board 17 in the front-rear direction, and the drive shaft 178a (see FIG. 54) is provided as the installation member 170. The drive motor 178 is disposed in a state of being inserted from the front side. A drive gear 179 is attached to the drive shaft 178 a inserted through the shaft insertion hole 173, and the driven gear 205 pivotally supported on the back side of the installation member 170 is configured to mesh with the drive gear 179. .

  That is, the upper position of the installation member 170 that overlaps with the plate member 18 in the front-rear direction is a drive mechanism installation unit that installs the drive motor 178, and the lower part of the drive mechanism installation unit is a movable member that installs the movable member 180 It is an installation part. A sensor mounting board 175 on which the right movable body original position sensor 174 is mounted is disposed on the front side of the drive mechanism installation portion of the installation member 170, and the sensor insertion formed in the installation member 170 is inserted. The right movable body original position sensor 174 faces the back side of the drive mechanism installation portion through the hole 107a.

  49 to 54, reference numeral 176 denotes a decorative body 176 that is attached to the front surface of the installation member 170 (movable member installation portion). The decorative body 176 covers the front surface of the installation member 170 (movable member installation portion). It is configured to partially cover. In the state in which the right movable effect device 106 is disposed in the back unit 19, the decoration body 176 of the installation member 170 is attached to the game board 17 via the window 28 a of the decoration member 28 disposed on the plate member 18. It is configured to be exposed on the front surface (see FIG. 2).

(About movable members)
49 to 54, the movable member 180 includes a swing movable body 181 that is swingably supported with respect to the installation member 170 (movable member installation portion), and the swing movable body 181. On the other hand, it is comprised from the decoration movable body 185 supported so that rocking | fluctuation movement is possible. A drive motor 178 is connected to the swing movable body 181 via a drive mechanism 194, and the swing movable body 181 swings as the drive motor 178 is driven (with respect to the installation member 170). The posture of the decorative movable body 185 is changed relative to the swing movable body 181 by the weight of the decorative movable body 185.

(About swinging movable body)
The swingable movable body 181 is a long member formed in a rod shape, and shaft holes 182a and 182b penetrating in the front-rear direction are formed at both ends. Then, the first rotation connecting shaft 172 inserted into one shaft hole 182a (the shaft hole on the lower end side in FIGS. 53 and 54) of the swingable movable body 181 is fixed to the support hole 171 of the installation member 170. Thus, the swing movable body 181 is supported so as to be swingable with respect to the installation member 170. Here, a projecting portion 181a projecting leftward is formed at the lower end of the swingable movable body 181, and a shaft hole 182a through which the first rotary connecting shaft 172 is inserted is formed in the projecting portion 181a. It is. Further, the other shaft hole 182b (the shaft hole on the upper end side in FIGS. 53 and 54) of the swing movable body 181 is decorated via a support shaft 190 (described later) provided on the decor movable body 185. The movable body 185 is supported by the swing movable body 181 so as to be swingable. In the following description, the shaft hole supported with respect to the installation member 170 is referred to as a lower shaft hole 182a, and the shaft hole that supports the decorative movable body 185 is referred to as an upper shaft hole 182b. .

  As shown in FIGS. 53 and 54, the projecting portion 181a of the swingable movable body 181 is formed with a cylindrical projecting portion 183 projecting rearward, and the cylindrical projecting portion 183 is connected to the lower shaft hole 182a. Penetrates through the lower shaft hole 182a and is fixed to the support hole 171 while the first rotary connecting shaft 172 is inserted into the cylindrical protrusion 183. . The cylindrical protrusion 183 is inserted into a large-diameter recess 171 a formed in the installation member 170 so that the load of the movable member 180 can be supported. Further, as shown in FIGS. 53, 54, and 56, the swing movable body 181 is formed with a position restricting protrusion 184 (protrusion) protruding forward at a position below the upper shaft hole 182b. The position restricting protrusion 184 is loosely fitted to a position restricting recess 191 (described later) formed in the decorative movable body 185.

  A shaft hole 182c (hereinafter referred to as an intermediate shaft hole) that opens rearward is formed in the swingable movable body 181 between the upper and lower shaft holes 182a and 182b (that is, a position deviated from the first rotary connecting shaft 172). 54 (see FIG. 54), an operating rod 200 (described later) constituting the drive mechanism 194 is rotatably supported by the intermediate shaft hole 182c via the second rotary connecting shaft 202. In other words, when the operating rod 200 is displaced by the drive motor 178, the swing movable body 181 is swung around the first rotation connecting shaft 172. Here, as will be described later, the swing movable body 181 has a first position (see FIG. 49 and the like) extending upward so as to be substantially upright about the first rotation connecting shaft 172, and the first It is supported by the drive mechanism 194 (operating rod 200) so as to be able to swing between a second position (see FIG. 50, etc.) tilted leftward with respect to the position (opening 19a side of the back unit 19). . The intermediate shaft hole 182c is provided so as to be offset from the first rotary connecting shaft 172 with respect to the intermediate position of the swing movable body 181, and the swing movable body 181 is provided via the operating rod 200. The load applied to the drive motor 178 when swinging is reduced.

  In the following description, the swinging direction of the swingable movable body 181 from the first position to the second position (centered on the first rotary connecting shaft 172 in the state shown in FIGS. 49, 50, etc.). The left rotation direction) is referred to as the tilting direction, and the swinging direction of the swinging movable body 181 from the second position toward the first position (in the state shown in FIGS. 49, 50, etc.) The direction of right rotation around the center is called the standing direction.

  As shown in FIG. 55, in the state where the swing movable body 181 is in the first position, the swing movable body is slightly tilted to the left with respect to the vertical line L1 passing through the first rotation connecting shaft 172. 181 is held, and the decorative movable body 185 is supported on the left side of the vertical line L1 passing through the first rotation connecting shaft 172 (that is, on the front side in the tilting direction of the swing movable body 181 with respect to the vertical line L1). The upper shaft hole 182b is positioned. That is, in the state where the movable member 180 is held at the first position, the entire center of gravity of the movable member 180 is positioned on the front side in the tilt direction with respect to the vertical line L1 passing through the first rotation connecting shaft 172, and is always movable member 180. Is urged to swing in the tilting direction by its own weight.

(About decorative movable bodies)
As shown in FIGS. 53, 54, and 56, the decorative movable body 185 has various decorative members 187 attached to a base 186 supported by the swing movable body 181 and a plurality of small movable members. A body 188 is pivotably attached. Each of the small movable bodies 188 is formed in a shape simulating a bell, and the entire decorative movable body 185 is a large bell-shaped decorative member in which the bells are assembled. A support shaft (second rotation shaft) 190 is attached to an upper end portion of the base portion 186 with respect to a shaft hole 189 formed to open rearward, and an upper shaft hole 182b of the swing movable body 181. On the other hand, the decorative movable body 185 is swingably supported with respect to the swing movable body 181 by inserting the support shaft 190 from the front side. Here, in a state where the swingable movable body 181 is in the first position, substantially the entire decorative movable body 185 is located on the front side of the installation member 170 (movable member installation portion) and is formed on the decorative member 28. When the swing movable body 181 is exposed to the right side of the counter 28a and the swing movable body 181 is in the second position, the entire decorative movable body 185 faces the opening 19a of the back unit 19 and the display section of the symbol display device 13 (See FIG. 52). In other words, the right movable effect device 106 can visually recognize the decorative movable body 185 from the front side of the game board 17 through the window 28a of the decorative member 28 even when the swingable movable body 181 is in either the first or second position. It is configured to be able to.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 54 and 56, the position below the shaft hole 189 in the base 186 is rearward at a position corresponding to the position restricting protrusion 184 formed in the swing movable body 181. An open position restricting recess 191 (recess) is formed. The position restricting protrusion 184 is loosely fitted into the position restricting recess 191 with the decorative movable body 185 attached to the swing movable body 181. Here, the position restricting recess 191 is formed to extend a predetermined length in the swinging direction of the decorative movable body 185 with the support shaft 190 as the center, and the position restricting recess 191 is positioned inside the position restricting recess 191. The part 184 is configured to be relatively movable. Therefore, the decorative movable body 185 is within a range in which the position restricting protrusion 184 can move within the position restricting recess 191 with respect to the swing movable body 181 due to its own weight as the swing movable body 181 swings. The position restricting protrusion 184 engages (contacts) with the edge of the position restricting recess 191 in the swing direction of the decorative movable body 185, so that the position restricting protrusion 184 is engaged with the swing movable body 181. The swing of the decorative movable body 185 is restricted. That is, each of the position restricting protrusion 184 and the position restricting recess 191 functions as an engaging means for restricting the swing range of the decorative movable body 185 relative to the swing movable body 181 by mutual engagement.

  Here, in a state where the swing movable body 181 is in the first position, the position restricting protrusion 184 is located on the edge of the position restricting recess 191 on the opening 19a side of the back unit 19 (the right edge in FIG. 58). The decorative movable body 185 is configured to engage (abut), and the decorative movable body 185 swings in the standing direction (in FIG. 58, the decorative movable body 185 rotates in the right direction around the support shaft 190). Is to regulate. That is, when the swingable movable body 181 swings in the standing direction and stops at the first position, the decorative movable body 185 swings due to inertia and the right wall portion 56d of the decorative member 28 or the back unit 19 is provided. To prevent contact. Similarly, in a state where the swing movable body 181 is in the second position, the position restricting protrusion 184 is an edge of the position restricting recess 191 on the right wall portion 56d side of the rear unit 19 (the left edge in FIG. 59). ), And the movable movable body 185 swings in the tilting direction of the rocking movable body 181 (in FIG. 59, the decorative movable body 185 rotates counterclockwise about the support shaft 190). Is restricted. This prevents the decorative movable body 185 from swinging due to inertia and contacting the left movable effect device 105 when the swingable movable body 181 is swung in the tilting direction and stopped at the second position. ing. In this way, the decorative movable body 185 according to the embodiment is supported by the swing movable body 181 so as to be freely rotatable, and the engagement relationship between the position restricting protrusion 184 and the position restricting recess 191 is achieved. The decorative movable body 185 can be displaced in a certain range with respect to the swing movable body 181.

(About drive mechanism)
Next, the drive mechanism 194 that connects the movable member 180 and the drive motor 178 will be described. As shown in FIGS. 53, 54, and 57, the drive mechanism 194 is a disc-like member that is rotatably disposed via a support shaft 195a on the back surface side of the installation member 170 (drive mechanism installation portion). A cam plate (rotary plate) 195 and a cam plate 195 (specifically, a connecting shaft 197 described later) are rotatably supported and rotatable relative to the movable member 180 (oscillating movable body 181). It is comprised from the operating rod 200 supported by. The cam plate 195 is formed with a gear portion 196 on the outer peripheral surface and is pivotally supported at a position below the shaft insertion hole 173 so that the driven gear 205 meshes with the gear portion 196 of the cam plate 195. It has become. That is, the cam plate 195 is connected to the drive motor 178 via the driven gear 205, and is rotated forward and backward about the support shaft 195a by the drive of the drive motor 178. Although the cam plate 195 is connected to the drive motor 178 via the driven gear 205, the drive gear 179 of the drive motor 178 may be engaged with the gear portion 196 of the cam plate 195.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 53, 54, and 57, the cam plate 195 has a position that is eccentric from the rotation center point of the cam plate 195 (specifically, the outer peripheral edge of the cam plate 195), A connecting shaft (third rotating shaft) 197 is formed so as to protrude from the top. The connecting shaft 197 of the cam plate 195 is inserted from behind into an arcuate guide hole 177 (hereinafter referred to as an arcuate guide hole) penetrating in the front-rear direction formed in the installation member 170 (drive mechanism installation portion), The operating rod 200 is configured to protrude to the front side of the installation member 170 (drive mechanism installation portion), and the operating rod 200 is rotatable with respect to the connecting shaft 197 protruding to the front surface of the installation member 170 (drive mechanism installation portion). It is pivotally supported.

  As shown in FIGS. 53 and 54, the operating rod 200 is formed in a rod shape, and shaft holes 201a and 201b penetrating in the front-rear direction are formed at both ends of the operating rod 200. The connecting shaft 197 of the cam plate 195 is inserted into one shaft hole 201a of the operating rod 200, and the operating rod 200 is rotatably supported with respect to the cam plate 195. The second rotary connecting shaft 202 inserted through the shaft hole 201b is fixed to the intermediate shaft hole 182c of the swing movable body 181 so that the operating rod 200 is rotatably supported by the swing movable body 181. Has been.

  That is, the connecting shaft 197 is moved downward by the rotation of the cam plate 195 and the operating rod 200 is pulled down, so that the swing movable body 181 swings toward the second position around the first rotation connecting shaft 172. On the contrary, the connecting shaft 197 moves upward and the operating rod 200 is pulled up, so that the swing movable body 181 is directed to the first position around the first rotation connecting shaft 172. (See FIG. 59). 58 indicates the rotation direction of the cam plate 195 when the swing movable body 181 is moved from the first position to the second position, and the arrow in FIG. 59 indicates the swing movable body 181 as the first position. The rotation direction of the cam plate 195 when moving from the second position to the first position is shown. Further, the cam plate 195 is provided with an original position detecting piece 198 projecting forward at the outer peripheral edge (see FIGS. 50, 53, and 57), and the swingable movable body 181 is at the first position. In a state, the right movable body original position sensor 174 provided on the installation member 170 is configured to detect the position detection piece 198.

(Relationship between oscillating movable body and connecting shaft)
The relationship between the swing position of the swing movable body 181 and the connecting shaft 197 of the cam plate 195 will be specifically described. As shown in FIGS. 49 to 53, the arcuate guide hole 177 is formed in an arc shape extending from the upper position of the rotation center of the cam plate 195 to the lower position of the rotation center through the right side. In other words, in the state of being in the first position, the connecting shaft 197 is positioned on the upper end side of the arcuate guide hole 177 (a position farther from the second rotation connecting shaft 202 than the rotation center (support shaft 195a) of the cam plate 195). When the swing movable body 181 swings toward the second position, the cam plate 195 rotates so as to move the connecting shaft 197 along the arcuate guide hole 177 (in FIG. 49, in the clockwise direction). In FIG. 58, the rotation direction is counterclockwise. Similarly, in the state where it is in the second position, the connecting shaft 197 is positioned closer to the lower end side of the arcuate guide hole 177 (closer to the second rotary connecting shaft 202 than the rotation center (support shaft 195a) of the cam plate 195). When the swing movable body 181 swings toward the first position, the cam plate 195 rotates (moves counterclockwise in FIG. 50) so as to move the connecting shaft 197 along the arcuate guide hole 177. (In FIG. 59, the direction is the right rotation direction).

  Here, as shown in FIG. 58, in a state where the swing movable body 181 is in the first position (the connecting shaft 197 is positioned on the upper end side of the arcuate guide hole 177), The swingable movable body 181 is moved from the second position to the straight line L2 passing through the pivot point (second rotation connecting shaft 202) of the operating rod 200 and the rotation center point (support shaft 195a) of the cam plate 195 from the second position. The connecting shaft 197 is configured to be biased in the rotational direction of the cam plate 195 (rightward rotating direction in FIG. 58) when swinging to one position (standing direction), and in this state, the connecting shaft 197 is It contacts the end of the arcuate guide hole 177 (see FIGS. 49 and 58). In other words, the connecting shaft 197 in the state of the first position is the rear end in the rotation direction (right rotation direction in FIG. 58) when the swing movable body 181 swings from the first position to the second position. The portion is in contact with the installation member 170 (mechanism installation portion). That is, in the right movable effect device 106 according to the embodiment, the force for swinging the swing movable body 181 from the first position toward the second position without driving the drive motor 178 in the state at the first position. Is configured so that a force for rotating the cam plate 195 acts in a direction in which the connecting shaft 197 is pressed against the end of the arcuate guide hole 177 via the operating rod 200. The rotation of the cam plate 195 is restricted by contact between the end of the cam plate 195 and the connecting shaft 197.

  As shown in FIG. 59, when the swing movable body 181 is in the second position (the connecting shaft 197 is positioned on the lower end side of the arcuate guide hole 177), the operation with respect to the swing movable body 181 is performed. The swing movable body 181 is moved from the second position to the first position with respect to a straight line L2 passing through the pivot point (second rotary connecting shaft 202) of the rod 200 and the rotation center point (support shaft 195a) of the cam plate 195. The connecting shaft 197 is configured to be biased to the front side in the rotational direction of the cam plate 195 when swinging to the position (standing direction) (left rotational direction in FIG. 59), and the connecting shaft 197 is in this state. It contacts the end of the arcuate guide hole 177 (see FIGS. 50 and 59). In other words, the connecting shaft 197 in the second position is the front end of the rotation direction (right rotation direction in FIG. 59) when the swing movable body 181 swings from the first position to the second position. The portion is in contact with the installation member 170 (mechanism installation portion). That is, in the right movable effect device 106 according to the embodiment, the force for swinging the swing movable body 181 from the second position toward the first position without driving the drive motor 178 in the state at the second position. Is configured such that a force that rotates the cam plate 195 acts so that the connecting shaft 197 moves along the arcuate guide hole 177 via the operating rod 200, and the cam plate 195 is allowed to rotate. is doing.

(Effects of Example)
Next, the operation of the pachinko machine according to the above-described embodiment will be described.

  The pachinko ball W launched into the game area 18a flows down the irregular flow path by hitting the game area 18a of the decorative member 28 with a plurality of game nails. Then, when the pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18 a passes through the ball introduction port 30 from the ball introduction port 30 a of the decorative member 28, the pachinko ball W passes through the stage unit 29, and the stage unit 29 After rolling the rolling surface 29a to the left and right, it is discharged to the game area 18a, and this pachinko ball W can be awarded to the start winning port 24a on the upper side of the start winning device 24 and the left and right normal winning ports 27b and 34.

(About the action of the ball passage of the decorative member)
The pachinko ball W that rolls left and right on the rolling surface 29a of the stage part 29 opens at the upper position corresponding to the top of the convex portion of the rolling surface 29a depending on the rolling momentum. May pass through the introduction path 45 on the back side of the stage unit 29. As shown in FIGS. 15 and 16, the pachinko ball W that has entered the introduction path 45 passes through a ball passage 46 that extends in the front-rear direction below the stage portion 29, and above the start winning device 24. The ball exit 46a that opens is discharged to the game area 18a. As shown in FIG. 14, the ball passage 46 is provided with a first rib 47 so that three ribs 47, 48, 49 are located at the lower end of the center, and at the left and right positions sandwiching the first rib 47. The second ribs 48 and 49 are provided so as to be positioned, and the spacing R1 between the left and right second ribs 48 and 49 is set to be larger than the diameter R of the pachinko ball W. Accordingly, the pachinko ball W that has passed through the introduction passage 45 into the ball passage 46 has the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 or the first rib 47 and the right second as shown in FIG. 17 (a) or (b). The two ribs 49 are guided toward the ball outlet 46a while being supported at two points.

  That is, the pachinko W flowing down in the ball passage 46 is supported by the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 or flows down while being supported by the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49. A state occurs randomly. Accordingly, the portions where the pachinko balls W that have flowed into the ball passage 46 come into contact with the three ribs 47, 48, 49 are dispersed, and wear of the ribs 47, 48, 49 can be reduced. A stable induction of W is achieved over a long period of time. Further, as shown in FIG. 17 (a), the pachinko ball W is supported by the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 and flows down the ball passage 46 to the left side, as shown in FIG. 17 (b). As described above, when the pachinko ball W is supported by the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49 and flows down the ball passage 46 to the right side, the contact site of the pachinko ball W with respect to the first rib 47 also changes. That is, even in the first rib 47 where the pachinko ball W flowing down the ball passage 46 is always in contact, the contact portion changes to the left and right and does not always contact the same position. Wear can be suppressed, and stable induction of the pachinko sphere W can be maintained for a long time.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 17 (a) and 17 (b), the contact portions of the left and right second ribs 48 and 49 with respect to the pachinko sphere W supported by the first rib 47 at the lower end portion are the pachinko balls. It is in the vicinity of the outer periphery intersecting the horizontal line X passing through the center of the sphere W. That is, the position where the first rib 47 and the left second rib 48 or the first rib 47 and the right second rib 49 support the pachinko sphere W is large in the circumferential direction (approximately ¼ of the circumference of the pachinko sphere W). Since they are separated from each other, the pachinko sphere W can be stably guided.

  Here, as shown in FIG. 2, the ball outlet 46a is positioned vertically above the start winning port 24a on the upper side of the start winning device 24, and the pachinko ball W discharged from the ball outlet 46a is on the upper side. It is easy to win the winning opening 24a, and the pachinko ball W that has passed through the introduction path 45 from the rolling surface 29a of the stage portion 29 through the ball entrance 45a is highly likely to win the starting winning opening 24a. I expect to do. However, in the conventional pachinko machine in which the guidance of the pachinko ball flowing down the ball passage becomes unstable, the pachinko ball discharged from the ball passage is not guided directly above the start winning opening, and the pachinko ball to the starting winning opening is There is a possibility that the winning probability may be lowered, and the player's interest in the game is expected to decrease with a high probability. On the other hand, in the pachinko machine 10 of the embodiment, stable guidance of the pachinko sphere W flowing down the ball passage 46 can be maintained for a long period of time, so that the pachinko sphere W is moved from the ball passage 46 to the start winning opening 24a. Since it can be stably guided and discharged directly above and can meet the player's expectation that the pachinko ball W will win with a high probability, the player's interest in the game over a long period of time Can be maintained.

  In addition, since the regulation rib 50 protrudes at a position facing the first rib 47 on the upper wall that defines the ball passage 46, the pachinko sphere W that passes through the ball passage 46 from the introduction passage 45 is provided. It is possible to restrict a large amount of bouncing upward. That is, it is possible to prevent the pachinko sphere W from being violated in the ball passage 46 and unstablely guiding the pachinko sphere W by the ribs 47, 48, 49. Moreover, since the lower corner of the rear end of the regulating rib 50 is formed in an arc shape, the pachinko sphere W guided to the ball passage 46 from the introduction passage 45 by the intermediate rib 51 of the introduction passage 45 enters the ball passage 46. Can be stably induced by the ribs 47, 48, and 49 without being inhibited.

  The pachinko ball W that rolls left and right on the rolling surface 29a of the stage portion 29 is restricted from moving to the display portion side of the symbol display device 13 by the rear wall portion 44. The part can be prevented from being damaged by the pachinko ball W. Further, the rear wall portion 44 can be seen through the decorative cover 119 that is illuminated by the light emission of the LED 111a in the lower light emitting substrate 111 that is transparent and located rearward. The decorative effect is not reduced by the portion 44.

(About the function of the display)
When the pachinko ball W flowing down the game area 18a on the lateral portion of the decorative member 28 passes through the ball passage gate 36, a detection signal of the pachinko ball W by the ball detection sensor 35 is input to the main controller, and the main control is performed. The normal symbol lottery result executed in the apparatus is displayed on the normal display section 93 of the display 90. When the normal symbol lottery result in the main controller is "open / close operation", the open / close blades 25, 25 provided in the start winning device 24 are controlled to open for a predetermined time and a predetermined number of times, and the lower side The winning probability of the pachinko ball W to the start winning opening 24b is increased. On the other hand, when the normal symbol lottery result in the main controller is “no opening / closing operation”, the opening / closing of the opening / closing blades 25 is not performed.

  Further, when a ball detection sensor (not shown) detects that the pachinko ball W has won the upper and lower start winning ports 24a and 24b of the start winning device 24, the detection signal is input to the main control device. The lottery result of the special symbol to be executed is displayed on the special display unit 91 of the display 90. If the lottery result of the special symbol in the main control device is “winning”, the opening / closing door 26b of the special winning device 26 is operated from the closed state to the open state, thereby opening the special winning port 26a. It is possible to acquire a prize ball. From the start of symbol variation on the special display portion 91 triggered by the winning of the pachinko ball W to the starting prize ports 24a and 24b of the startup prize device 24, to the determination of hit and miss as a result of the symbol variation. In the meantime, in the symbol display device 13, the symbol variation effect related to the symbol variation game performed in the special display unit 91 is performed, and the player is given a sense of expectation and superiority. Further, various movable rendering devices 105, 106, 138, light emitting devices 39, 85, 107, 108, and light emitting substrates 109, 110, 111, 154, 158 arranged on the game board 17 are respectively LEDs 40a, 86a, 112a, 116 a, 154 a, 109 a, 110 a, 111 a, 158 b are controlled by the overall control device 59 with an effect corresponding to the symbol variation game, and the fun of the game is enhanced.

  As shown in FIG. 29 or FIG. 30, the display 90 is disposed in the display installation unit 100 provided in the back unit 19, and the display wiring 97 led out from the display board 96 of the display 90 is connected to the back unit 19. It is pulled out to the back side of the unit through a wiring insertion hole 71c formed in the 19 accommodation wall portions 71a. That is, when attaching the back unit 19 to the back side of the plate member 18, the attachment work can be performed without paying attention to the fact that the indicator wiring 97 led out from the indicator 90 is sandwiched between the plate member 18. And workability can be improved. Further, since the wiring insertion port 71c for drawing the display wiring 97 led out from the display substrate 96 to the back side of the back unit 19 is formed at a portion facing the back of the display 90, the display wiring 97 is connected to the back unit 19. Can be easily pulled out to the back of the. The indicator wiring 97 drawn out to the back side of the back unit 19 is connected to the back relay board 61 attached to the board setting portion 60 of the lower structure 53.

  In addition, as described above, the display 90 includes a plurality of display units such as the special display unit 91, the round number display unit 92, the normal display unit 93, the special hold display unit 94, and the normal hold display unit 95. Wiring connected to the display units 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 is also collected. Therefore, it is easy to handle the display-use wiring 97 in which the wirings connected to the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, and 95 are combined, and the wiring process can be simplified.

  In the embodiment, the display wiring 97 of the display 90 located on the right side when viewed from the front is connected to the back relay board 61 attached to the left board installation portion 60 provided on the left side when viewed from the front. In this case, the indicator wiring 97 routed from the right side to the left side of the back side of the back unit 19 includes a positioning protrusion 57 that supports the lower side of the symbol display device 13, and a lower facing surface portion 55b as shown in FIG. Further, the positioning projection 57 and the projection 66 restrict the displacement of the indicator wiring 97 upward and rearward while being accommodated in the space 67 defined by the projection 66. Therefore, when the symbol display device 13 is attached to the back side of the back unit 19, it is possible to prevent the indicator wiring 97 from being sandwiched between the symbol display device 13.

  As shown in FIG. 28 or FIG. 30, the display installation unit 100 is disposed in the unit 19 in a state of protruding from the front surface of the back unit 19. Further, in the display device 90 attached to the display installation unit 100, the special display unit 91 for displaying the lottery result of the special game that the player pays most attention is the first hole 102 formed in the display installation unit 100. The special display unit 91 is configured so that the front surface thereof faces the forefront surface of the display installation unit 100. When the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, as shown in FIG. 28, the corner light transmitting portion 33 provided at the lower right corner of the decorative member 28 disposed on the plate member 18 is used. The front surface of the display installation unit 100 faces close to the back side. The first hole portion 102 of the display installation unit 100 is located on the back side of the corresponding transparent portion 33a of the corner light transmitting portion 33, and the display device 90 from the front side of the game board 17 through the transparent portion 33a. The special display portion 91 can be clearly seen.

  In addition, each second hole 103 of the display installation unit 100 facing the rear side of each display unit 92, 93, 94, 95 other than the special display unit 91 of the display device 90 corresponds to the corner light transmission unit 33. The display portions 92, 93, 94, and 95 can be visually recognized from the front side of the game board 17. In addition, LED92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b of each display part 92,93,94,95 corresponding to the rear-end part of each 2nd hole 103 is provided. Since they are housed individually (see FIG. 28), when the LEDs 92a, 92b, 92c, 93a, 93b, 95a, 95b, 98a, 98b, 99a, 99b are turned on, they can be clearly distinguished from the lights of other LEDs. it can. Further, with the back unit 19 attached to the back side of the plate member 18, the front surface of the display installation unit 100 abuts on the peripheral back surface of the first transparent portion 33 a in the corner light transmitting portion 33 and the corner light transmitting portion. 33, the front surface of the protruding portion 104 in which each second hole portion 103 of the display installation portion 100 is in contact with the back surface around the second transparent portion 33b of the second transparent portion 33b. In addition, the light from each of the display portions 91, 92, 93, 94, 95 facing the back side can be clearly distinguished, and the player can be prevented from misidentifying which gaming state it is.

(Operation of light emitting device for window side)
By emitting light from the LED 40a of the window side light emitting device 39 disposed in the left side light transmitting part 32 of the decorative member 28, light is irradiated toward the inner wall part 32b of the left side light transmitting part 32, The left side of the window 28a of the decorative member 28 is illuminated. The distribution position of the window side light emitting device 39 is the arrangement position of the ball passage gate 36 that triggers the lottery of the normal symbol for opening the blade members 25, 25 of the start winning device 24, and the start winning prize. Proximity to the formation position of the ball introduction port 30a through which the pachinko ball W is inserted into the stage portion 29 where there is a possibility of entering the ball passage 46 where the winning probability to the start winning ports 24a and 24b of the device 24 is high. Yes. That is, the vicinity of the ball passing gate 36 and the ball inlet 30a that the player pays attention to can be light-emitted by the window side light-emitting device 39, and the entertainment of the game can be enhanced.

  A sensor holding portion 37 a in the gate decoration member 37 of the decoration member 28 provided with the ball passage gate 36 is accommodated in the through hole 22 communicating with the first through hole 21 a in the plate member 18. A sensor wire 38 having one end connected to the rear end of the sphere detection sensor 35 disposed on the sphere passage gate 36 is formed on the back surface of the plate member 18 as shown in FIG. 9 or FIG. 22 is drawn out to the outside of the back unit 19 by being routed from the inside to the outside across the left wall portion 56c of the back unit 19 in a state of being accommodated in the groove portion 23 communicating with the 22 61 is connected.

  The through-hole 22 is formed in the plate member 18 and communicates with the first through-hole 21 a into which the main body portion of the decorative member 28 is fitted, and the left side light transmission facing the inner side of the through-hole 22. The component wiring 43 led out from the window light emitting substrate 40 of the window side light emitting device 39 disposed in the section 32 is connected to the back unit via the through hole 22 and the groove 23 as shown in FIG. 9 or FIG. By being drawn from the inner side to the outer side with the left image wall portion 56 c of 19 being sandwiched, it is drawn to the outer side of the back unit 19 and connected to the back relay board 61. That is, the window side light emitting device 39 that illuminates the inner side of the window 28a by using the groove 23 for pulling out the sensor wiring 38 of the ball detection sensor 35 provided in the ball passing gate 36 to the back side of the back unit 19. Since the component wiring 43 is drawn out to the back side of the back unit 19, it is not necessary to form a dedicated insertion port for the component wiring 43 in the plate member 18 or the back unit 19. The configuration of the unit 19 can be simplified and the manufacturing cost can be kept low.

  The outer wall portion 32a defining the housing portion 32d for housing the window side light emitting device 39 in the left side light transmitting portion 32 faces the communicating portion between the first through hole 21a and the through hole 22 and Since the side opening 42 through which the c