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JP2012236004A
JP2012236004A JP2011246944A JP2011246944A JP2012236004A JP 2012236004 A JP2012236004 A JP 2012236004A JP 2011246944 A JP2011246944 A JP 2011246944A JP 2011246944 A JP2011246944 A JP 2011246944A JP 2012236004 A JP2012236004 A JP 2012236004A
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Sei Kamisaka
聖 上坂
Takahiro Sato
孝弘 佐藤
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a game machine configured such that even when a movable decoration member is formed of components of three-dimensional members, the variation of presentation is increased, reversing the components in front of a display screen, and the waiting position of the movable decoration member on a side of the display screen is located at a position not overlapped with the arrangement position of a side decoration member.SOLUTION: The game machine 1 includes: a rail 135 provided from a lateral side of a liquid crystal screen 26 and the back side of a center Yakumono (accessory) 12 to the front side of the liquid crystal screen 26; and the movable decoration member 110 including a plurality of components 112 and slid along the rail 135, wherein the game machine performs presentation for changing exposure state of the liquid crystal screen 26 by sliding the movable decoration member 110. On the rail 135, the component bodies 112 are rotatable at their position, and the rail 135 is formed to guide the movable decoration member 110 such that the movable decoration member 110 is located forward when positioned in front of the liquid crystal screen 26 relative to when positioned on the side of the liquid crystal screen 26.

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine technique, and more particularly to a technique for performing an effect of changing the exposure state of a display screen.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in gaming machines, a technique is known that includes a movable decorative member that moves in front of a display screen, and that produces an effect of changing the exposure state of the display screen using the movable decorative member. For example, as described in Patent Document 1.

  In the technique described in Patent Document 1, a curtain-like movable decorative member (production curtain) is disposed so as to be movable in front of a display screen (liquid crystal display screen). The movable decorative member is configured such that adjacent constituent members are connected to each other so as to be foldable with each other, so that the expanded state and the folded state can be changed. Then, the movable decorative member moves in front of the display screen to change the expanded state and the folded state, thereby performing an effect of changing the exposed state of the display screen.

JP 2009-285117 A

However, the technique described in Patent Document 1 has a problem that, for example, each constituent body of the movable decorative member is inverted so that the player cannot visually recognize the back surface, and the variation in production is not sufficient.
Here, for example, in order to invert each component of the movable decorative member in the unfolded state in front of the display screen, it is necessary to dispose each component away from the display screen so as not to interfere with the display screen. . However, when each component of the movable decorative member is arranged away from the display screen, if the movable decorative member is moved to the side of the display screen in a folded state (standby), the movable decorative member is on standby. There is a problem that the position overlaps with the arrangement position of the side decorative member arranged on the side of the display screen.
In addition, the movable decorative member has a curtain shape, and each component is formed of a flat plate (planar) member.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above-described problems, and the problem to be solved is that in a gaming machine that produces an effect of changing the exposure state of the display screen by the movable decorative member, the movable decorative member is three-dimensional. Even if a typical member is formed as each component, the components can be reversed in front of the display screen so that the player can visually recognize the back surface, and the variation of the display screen can be increased. It is an object of the present invention to provide a gaming machine in which the standby position of the movable decorative member on the side can be set so as not to overlap with the position of the side decorative member disposed on the side of the display screen.

  The problem to be solved by the present invention is as described above. Next, means for solving the problem will be described.

  That is, according to claim 1, the display screen for displaying a symbol game, a side decorative member provided on a side of the display screen, the side of the display screen and the rear of the side decorative member, the display A rail provided over the front of the screen, and a movable decorative member that includes a plurality of components and is movable along the rail, and changes the exposure state of the display screen by moving the movable decorative member In the gaming machine for performing the production, the plurality of components can be rotated on the rail on the spot, the rail positioned on the movable decorative member, and the movable decorative member positioned on a side of the display screen. In this case, the guide is formed so as to be positioned forward in the case of being positioned in front of the display screen.

  As effects of the present invention, the following effects can be obtained.

  According to a first aspect of the present invention, in the gaming machine that performs the effect of changing the exposure state of the display screen by the movable decorative member, even if the movable decorative member is formed as a three-dimensional member as each constituent body, in the front of the display screen By reversing the components, the back side can be visually recognized by the player, and the variation of the production can be increased, and the standby position of the movable decorative member on the side of the display screen is arranged on the side of the display screen It can be set as the position which does not overlap with the arrangement position of the side decoration member made.

The front view which showed the whole structure of the game machine which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. Similarly, the front perspective view which showed the state by which the window frame of the gaming machine was opened. Similarly, the front view which showed the game board. Similarly, the front view which showed the game board. The front perspective view of the movable accessory apparatus which concerns on 1st embodiment. Similarly front view. Similarly side view. (A) The top view which showed the upper part of the movable accessory apparatus. (B) The plane sectional view which showed the lower part similarly. The front view which showed arrangement | positioning of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The side view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. The top view which showed the aspect of rotation operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. The top view which showed a mode that rotational operation was similarly complete | finished. The front perspective view which showed the mode of the movable accessory apparatus which rotation operation | movement was complete | finished in the appearance state. The front view which similarly showed the positional relationship in the game board of a movable accessory apparatus. The front perspective view of the movable accessory apparatus which concerns on 2nd embodiment. The exploded front perspective view which shows a drive mechanism. The front view of the movable accessory apparatus which concerns on 2nd embodiment. Similarly side view. (A) The top view which showed the upper part of the movable accessory apparatus. (B) The plane sectional view which showed the lower part similarly. The front view which showed arrangement | positioning of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of sliding operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. (A) The top view which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. (B) Plan sectional drawing which showed the aspect of the sliding operation | movement of the lower part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of rotation operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. The top view which showed the aspect of rotation operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus. The front view which showed the aspect of rotation operation | movement of a movable accessory apparatus. The top view which showed the aspect of rotation operation | movement of the upper part of a movable accessory apparatus.

First, an overall configuration of a gaming machine 1 that is an embodiment of a gaming machine according to the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
In the following description, when the gaming machine 1 is viewed from the player, the front side is defined as the front side of the gaming machine 1 and the back side is defined as the rear side of the gaming machine 1 to define the front-rear direction. Further, when the gaming machine 1 is viewed from the player, the left and right directions are defined with the left hand side as the left side of the gaming machine 1 and the right hand side as the right side of the gaming machine 1.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the gaming machine 1 is mainly formed by attaching various gaming parts to a frame constituted by an outer frame 2, an inner frame 3, and a window frame 4. The

  The outer frame 2 is a frame that forms an outline of the gaming machine 1 and is formed in a substantially rectangular tube shape with front and rear surfaces opened. The outer frame 2 is installed in Taijima provided in a game hall such as a pachinko hall. The outer frame 2 is provided with an intermediate frame 3.

  The middle frame 3 is a frame formed in a substantially rectangular tube shape with front and rear surfaces opened. The middle frame 3 is rotatably supported by a front opening of the outer frame 2 via a shaft support member such as a hinge. The middle frame 3 is provided with a window frame 4, a lower tray unit 5, and a game board 6.

  The window frame 4 is a frame formed in a substantially flat plate shape with an opening at the center. The window frame 4 is arranged over substantially the entire surface except for the lower part of the middle frame 3 in a front view. The window frame 4 is rotatably supported by a front opening of the middle frame 3 via a hinge member. A substantially circular window frame opening 7 is formed in the center of the window frame 4 in front view. The window frame opening 7 is covered with a transparent plate 19. In the lower part of the window frame opening 7, an upper plate 8 for storing game balls before launching is disposed. Speakers 9 are disposed above and to the left and right of the window frame opening 7.

  The lower dish unit 5 is attached to the lower part of the middle frame 3 and below the window frame 4. In the center of the lower plate unit 5, a lower plate 17 in which game balls overflowing from the upper plate 8 are stored is disposed. A firing handle 18 is disposed on the right side of the lower plate 17 on the right side of the lower plate unit 5. The launch handle 18 is configured to be able to launch game balls stored in the upper plate 8.

  The game board 6 is a member in which a game area 25 that is an area in which a game ball rolls is formed. The game board 6 is arranged behind the window frame 4 and over substantially the entire surface excluding the lower part of the middle frame 3 in a front view. The game board 6 is detachably attached to the middle frame 3. The game area 25 of the game board 6 is arranged behind the window frame opening 7 of the window frame 4 and is configured to be visible through the transparent plate 19 from the front.

  Next, the configuration of the game board 6 will be described in more detail with reference to FIGS.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the game board 6 includes a game board 10, a guide rail 11, a center accessory 12, a symbol display device 13, a variable winning device 14, a big winning device 15, The mouth 16 and the movable accessory device 100 are configured.

The game board 10 is a member formed in a substantially flat plate shape with four corners appropriately cut out. Various game parts constituting the game board 6 are attached to the game board 10. The game board 10 is formed of a permeable member such as acrylic resin or polycarbonate (PC).
A plurality of holes such as a center insertion hole 21, a start winning insertion hole 22, a large winning insertion hole 23, and an out port hole 24 are formed in the game board 10 so as to penetrate the game board 10 in the front-rear direction. The center insertion hole 21 is arranged from the center of the game board 10 to the upper part. Further, the start winning insertion hole 22 is arranged at the lower center of the game board 10 and below the center insertion hole 21. Further, the special winning insertion hole 23 is disposed on the right side of the game board 10 and below the center insertion hole 21. Further, the out hole 24 is arranged at the lower center of the game board 10 and below the start winning insertion hole 22.

  The guide rail 11 is a member formed in a substantially arc belt shape. The guide rail 11 is attached to the game board 10 in a rising shape toward the front. The guide rail 11 is disposed so as to form a substantially circular shape when viewed from the front. Note that an inner area formed in a substantially circular shape by the guide rail 11 in the game board 10 is configured as a game area 25 in which the game ball rolls.

  The center accessory 12 as a side decorative member is a member that decorates the game board 10 by its appearance. The center accessory 12 is substantially annular when viewed from the front, and a center opening 27 is formed through the center in the front-rear direction. The center accessory 12 is inserted into the center insertion hole 21 of the game board 10 from the front, and is attached by a bolt or the like.

  The symbol display device 13 is a device configured to display changes (symbol game) such as symbols and numbers on a liquid crystal screen 26 as a display screen arranged to face the front. The symbol display device 13 is disposed behind the game board 10. More specifically, the liquid crystal screen 26 of the symbol display device 13 is disposed behind the center opening 27 of the center accessory 12 attached to the game board 10. Thereby, the symbol game displayed on the liquid crystal screen 26 can be visually recognized from the front through the center opening 27.

  The variable winning device 14 opens and closes a pair of left and right movable pieces 28 in accordance with a predetermined operating condition, and an open state in which a game ball can enter (win) and a block that cannot enter (win) a winning. It is a device that can be switched to a state. The variable winning device 14 is arranged at the lower center of the game area 25 and below the symbol display device 13. The variable winning device 14 is inserted into the start winning insertion hole 22 of the game board 10 from the front, and is attached by a bolt or the like. The variable winning device 14 is configured such that a predetermined number of game balls (prize balls) are paid out by a prize ball paying device (not shown) when a game ball enters (wins) the start winning port 14a in the open state. The

  The big prize device 15 is an apparatus configured to open a big prize opening 15a and to allow a game ball to enter (win) when a big prize is selected by a predetermined lottery lottery. The big prize device 15 is arranged on the right side of the game area 25 and below the symbol display device 13. The big prize device 15 is inserted from the front into the big prize insertion hole 23 of the game board 10 and is attached by a bolt or the like. The big prize device 15 is configured such that when a game ball enters the opened big prize opening 15a, a predetermined number of game balls (prize balls) are paid out by a prize ball payout device (not shown).

  The out port 16 is an opening through which the game ball that rolls in the game area 25 will finally flow when the game ball that has rolled does not enter (win) each winning port such as the big winning port 15a and the starting winning port 14a. is there. The out port 16 is arranged at the lowermost part of the game area 25. The out port 16 is formed using the out port hole 24 of the game board 10. Note that the game balls that have flowed into the out port 16 are collected at a game hall such as a pachinko hall in which the gaming machine 1 is installed.

  Next, the configuration of the movable accessory device 100 according to the first embodiment will be described in detail.

  The movable accessory device 100 shown in FIGS. 5 to 9 moves according to the symbol game displayed on the liquid crystal screen 26, and is for giving a visual impression (impact) to the player. The movable accessory device 100 is arranged between the center accessory 12 and the liquid crystal screen 26 in the front-rear direction, that is, behind the center accessory 12 and in front of the liquid crystal screen 26. The movable accessory device 100 is mainly composed of a movable decorative member 110, a rotating mechanism 120, and a sliding mechanism 130.

  The movable decorative member 110 shown in FIG. 5 to FIG. 8 is a structure simulating a plurality of (three in this embodiment) tubes arranged in the left and right directions with the longitudinal direction directed in the vertical direction. The movable decorative member 110 is mainly composed of a frame body 111, constituent bodies 112, 112..., And rotating shafts 113, 113.

  The frame body 111 is a substantially rectangular frame-shaped member having a central portion opened in the front-rear direction when viewed from the front. The frame body 111 is disposed with the longitudinal direction thereof directed upward and downward.

  The structural bodies 112, 112,... Are members simulating pipes. The structural bodies 112, 112,... Are arranged with their longitudinal directions directed upward and downward. The structural body 112 is formed as a three-dimensional member so as to have a substantially semicircular shape (semi-cylindrical shape) in a plan view in which a rear portion of the substantially cylindrical member is notched. .. Are arranged in the opening of the frame body 111 in a state where three of the structural bodies 112, 112.

  The rotary shafts 113, 113, etc. support the structural bodies 112, 112, ... in a rotatable manner. The rotating shafts 113 are fixed so as to protrude in the vertical direction from the upper and lower ends of each of the structural bodies 112, 112. The rotating shafts 113, 113,... Fixed to the upper ends of the respective structural bodies 112, 112,... Are rotatably supported by the frame body 111 in a state of passing through the upper part of the frame body 111. The rotating shafts 113, 113,... Fixed to the lower ends of the constituent bodies 112, 112,.

  The rotation mechanism 120 rotates the constituent bodies 112 of the movable decorative member 110. The rotating mechanism 120 is mainly composed of rotating pinions 121, 121..., A rotating rack 122, and a rotating motor 123.

  The rotation pinions 121, 121,... Are fixed above the frame body 111 to the upper ends of the rotation shafts 113, 113,.

  The rotating rack 122 is arranged so as to mesh with the rotating pinions 121, 121,... From the rear of the rotating pinions 121, 121,.

  The rotation motor 123 serves as a drive source for rotating the structural bodies 112, 112. The rotation motor 123 is disposed above the rotation pinion 121 disposed on the rightmost side. The output shaft of the rotary motor 123 is fixed from above to the rotary pinion 121 arranged on the rightmost side.

  The above-described rotary motor 123 is supported by the movable decorative member 110 (more specifically, the frame body 111) via a mounting member (not shown). The rotating rack 122 described above is supported by the movable decorative member 110 (more specifically, the frame body 111) through a mounting member (not shown) so as to be slidable in the left-right direction.

  The sliding mechanism 130 slides the movable decorative member 110 in the left-right direction. The sliding mechanism 130 mainly includes guide shafts 131 and 131, a sliding rack 132, a sliding pinion 133, a sliding motor 134, and a rail 135.

  The guide shafts 131 and 131 are fixed so as to protrude downward from the vicinity of both left and right end portions of the lower surface of the frame body 111. The guide shafts 131 and 131 are arranged side by side in the left-right direction.

  The sliding rack 132 is fixed to the lower ends of the guide shafts 131 and 131 with its teeth directed downward.

  The sliding pinion 133 is disposed so as to be engaged with the sliding rack 132 from below the sliding rack 132 with the axial direction thereof in the front-rear direction. The sliding pinion 133 is formed to have a predetermined length or more in the axial direction thereof.

  The sliding motor 134 serves as a driving source for sliding the movable decorative member 110. The sliding motor 134 is disposed behind the sliding pinion 133. The output shaft of the sliding motor 134 is fixed to the sliding pinion 133 from the rear.

  The rail 135 guides the movable decorative member 110 to a predetermined position when the movable decorative member 110 slides. The rail 135 is formed of a rectangular plate member. The rail 135 is disposed below the movable decorative member 110 (frame body 111) and above the sliding rack 132 with its plate surface directed in the vertical direction. Guide rails 135a and 135a are formed in the rail 135 so as to penetrate the plate surface in the vertical direction. Guide shafts 131 and 131 are inserted into the guide grooves 135a and 135a, respectively.

  The two guide grooves 135a and 135a are formed to have the same shape. The guide groove 135a is a long hole that is substantially longer in the left-right direction and has a width (width in the front-rear direction) that is slightly larger than the diameter of the guide shafts 131 and 131, and is formed so as to bend in the middle of the left and right. More specifically, the vicinity of the right end of the guide groove 135a is formed in a straight line extending in the left-right direction, the vicinity of the center of the left and right is formed in a straight line extending diagonally forward as it goes leftward, and the vicinity of the left end is again in the left-right direction. It is formed in a straight line extending to As a result, the vicinity of the left end portion of the guide groove 135a is positioned more forward than the vicinity of the right end portion of the guide groove 135a. The two guide grooves 135a and 135a are arranged side by side on the rail 135 in the left-right direction. The distance between the guide grooves 135a and 135a is the same as the distance between the guide shafts 131 and 131.

  5 to 9, the guide shafts 131 and 131 of the movable accessory device 100 are positioned in the vicinity of the right end portions of the guide grooves 135a and 135a. This state is a state in which the movable decorative member 110 is located on the rightmost side, and substantially the entire movable decorative member 110 is located behind the right end portion of the center accessory 12. Hereinafter, this state is simply referred to as “standby state”. Thus, the position (standby position) where the movable decorative member 110 is arranged in the standby state is located behind the arrangement position of the center accessory 12 and does not overlap with the arrangement position of the center accessory 12. Further, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is located behind the right end of the center accessory 12, so that it is difficult for the player in front of the gaming machine 1 to visually recognize the movable decorative member 110. Further, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is located on the right side of the liquid crystal screen 26, so that the substantially entire liquid crystal screen 26 is exposed toward the front (a state in which the liquid crystal screen 26 is visible from the front) ( (See FIG. 3).

  Next, the manner in which the movable decorative member 110 of the movable accessory device 100 configured as described above slides will be described with reference to FIGS. 10 to 18.

  As shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, when the sliding motor 134 is driven and the sliding pinion 133 is rotated counterclockwise when viewed from the front, the sliding rack 132 meshed with the sliding pinion 133 moves to the left. Moving. As a result, the movable decorative member 110 connected to the sliding rack 132 via the guide shafts 131 and 131 also slides to the left.

  At this time, the guide shafts 131 and 131 slide along the guide grooves 135 a and 135 a of the rail 135. When the movable decorative member 110 is in the vicinity of the standby state, since the guide shafts 131 and 131 are guided in the vicinity of the right end portions of the guide grooves 135a and 135a, the guide shafts 131 and 131 slide toward the left. To do. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides toward the left. When the movable decorative member 110 slides to the left, the left end portion of the movable decorative member 110 starts to be exposed from the center accessory 12. At the same time, the movable decorative member 110 hides the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 from the front, and the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 is reduced.

  As shown in FIGS. 12 and 13, when the sliding motor 134 is further driven, the sliding rack 132 moves further to the left. At this time, since the guide grooves 135a and 135a of the rail 135 are bent so as to extend forward as it goes leftward, the guide shafts 131 and 131 slide so as to move forward as they go leftward. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides so as to move forward as it goes to the left.

  In this way, the movable decorative member 110 slides so as to gradually move forward from the time when it moves to the left by a certain distance. Accordingly, a large space (an interval in the front-rear direction) between the movable decorative member 110 and the liquid crystal screen 26 can be secured while moving so as to avoid contact with the center accessory 12.

  In this case, the sliding rack 132 also moves forward. However, since the sliding pinion 133 is formed to have a predetermined length or longer in the axial direction (front-rear direction), the sliding rack 132 moves forward. Even if it moves, the sliding rack 132 and the sliding pinion 133 remain engaged with each other, and the driving force of the sliding motor 134 can continue to be transmitted to the sliding rack 132.

  As shown in FIGS. 14 and 15, when the sliding motor 134 is further driven, the sliding rack 132 further moves leftward. At this time, since the vicinity of the left end of the guide grooves 135a and 135a of the rail 135 is formed to extend leftward, the guide shafts 131 and 131 slide to the left without moving forward. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides toward the left.

  As shown in FIGS. 16 to 18, the sliding motor 134 is further driven, and when the guide shafts 131 and 131 reach the left ends of the guide grooves 135a and 135a, the driving of the sliding motor 134 is stopped. . This state is a state in which the movable decorative member 110 is located on the leftmost side, and substantially the entire movable decorative member 110 is exposed from the center accessory 12. Hereinafter, this state is simply referred to as “appearance state”. In the appearance state, since the movable decorative member 110 is exposed from the center accessory 12, it can be visually recognized by the player, and an impression (impact) can be given to the player. In addition, in the appearance state, the movable decorative member 110 is positioned in front of the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26, and therefore, the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 is covered by the movable decorative member 110 and is difficult for the player to visually recognize. . That is, the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 can be reduced by the movable decorative member 110.

  Moreover, as shown in FIG. 18, the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state is located in front of the standby state (two-dot chain line in FIG. 18). More specifically, when the movable decorative member 110 is moved from the standby state to the appearance state, the movable decorative member 110 first moves leftward, then moves diagonally leftward, and finally moves leftward again. Thereby, in the appearance state, a large space between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the movable decorative member 110 can be secured.

  By moving the movable decorative member 110 in this way, the movable accessory device 100 that gives an impression to the player can be arranged using the limited space between the members of the gaming machine 1. Specifically, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is arranged in a limited space (standby position) between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the center accessory 12, and in the appearance state, it interferes with the center accessory 12. The movable decorative member 110 can be arranged in a state in which the movable decorative member 110 is moved forward within the range where it is not. As a result, the space of the gaming machine 1 can be used effectively, such as performing effects of rotation of the constituent bodies 112, 112... Described later without interfering with the liquid crystal screen 26.

  On the other hand, when the sliding motor 134 is driven in the opposite direction to that described above and the sliding pinion 133 is rotated counterclockwise when viewed from the front, the movable decorative member 110 can be slid from the appearance state to the standby state. In this case, the operation mode from the standby state to the appearance state is merely reversed, and thus detailed description is omitted.

  Next, a state in which the constituent bodies 112, 112,... Of the movable accessory device 100 configured as described above rotate will be described with reference to FIGS. It is assumed that the structural bodies 112, 112... Are rotated in the appearance state.

  As shown in FIG. 19, when the rotary motor 123 is driven and the rotary pinion 121 arranged on the rightmost side is rotated clockwise in plan view, the rotary rack 122 meshed with the rotary pinion 121 moves to the right. . When the rotating rack 122 moves to the right, the other rotating pinions 121 and 121 meshing with the rotating rack 122 also rotate clockwise in plan view. As a result, the structural bodies 112, 112,... Connected to the rotating pinions 121, 121,.

  At this time, as described above, a large space is ensured between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state. More specifically, the space (in the present embodiment, the length W in FIG. 19) between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the movable decorative member 110 (specifically, the axis of the rotating shaft 113) is the component 112. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Are made larger than the length (length R in FIG. 19 in this embodiment). With such a configuration, even when the structural bodies 112, 112,... Rotate, it is possible to prevent the structural bodies 112, 112, and the liquid crystal screen 26 from coming into contact with each other.

As shown in FIG. 20, the rotary motor 123 is further driven, and when the components 112, 112... Rotate 180 degrees, the drive of the rotary motor 123 is stopped. Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 20 to FIG. 22, the plane portion corresponding to the back surface of the structural bodies 112, 112. It is possible to give an impression (impact) to the player by rotating the components 112, 112,... By decorating the planar portions of the components 112, 112,. it can.
As described above, the movable decorative member 110 reduces the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 and allows the player to decorate the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state by rotating the components 112, 112. In this embodiment, there are two types of production variations that are visible.

  On the other hand, when the rotary motor 123 is driven in the direction opposite to that described above and the rotary pinion 121 is rotated counterclockwise in plan view, the plane portions of the structural bodies 112, 112,.

As described above, the gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment is
A liquid crystal screen 26 (display screen) for displaying symbol games;
A center accessory 12 (side decorative member) provided on the side of the liquid crystal screen 26;
A rail 135 provided from the side of the liquid crystal screen 26 and from the back of the center accessory 12 to the front of the liquid crystal screen 26;
A movable decorative member 110 that includes a plurality of structural bodies 112, 112, and that can move along the rail 135;
With
In the gaming machine 1 that performs the effect of changing the exposure state of the liquid crystal screen 26 by moving the movable decorative member 110,
The plurality of components 112, 112,... Can be rotated on the rail 135 in-situ,
The rail 135 is formed so as to guide the movable decorative member 110 so that the movable decorative member 110 is positioned forward when the movable decorative member 110 is positioned in front of the liquid crystal screen 26 than when the movable decorative member 110 is positioned laterally of the liquid crystal screen 26. It is characterized by being.

  By configuring in this manner, in the gaming machine 1 that performs the effect of changing the exposure state of the liquid crystal screen 26 by the movable decorative member 110, the movable bodies 110 are structural members 112, 112. It is formed as each component. In addition, each component 112 can be inverted in front of the liquid crystal screen 26 so that the back side can be visually recognized by the player, and the variation of the production can be increased, and the standby position of the movable decorative member 110 on the side of the liquid crystal screen 26 can be The position can be set so as not to overlap with the arrangement position of the center accessory 12 arranged on the side of the liquid crystal screen 26.

The side decorative member according to the present invention is not limited to the center accessory 12 according to the present embodiment, and may be a member constituting the gaming machine 1.
In addition, the configuration of the movable decorative member 110 is not limited to that according to the present embodiment, and any configuration that can give an impression (impact) to the player may be used.
Moreover, the shape of the structural body 112 is not limited to that according to the present embodiment, and may be a cylindrical shape, a triangular prism shape, or the like. For example, if the structure 112 is formed in a triangular prism shape, the player can visually recognize three patterns of symbols by providing different symbols on each of the three side surfaces. Further, the shape and size of each component 112 may be different from each other.
Further, the configuration of the rotation mechanism 120 is not limited to that according to the present embodiment, and any mechanism that can rotate the components 112, 112,.
Moreover, the structure of the sliding mechanism 130 is not restricted to what concerns this embodiment, What is necessary is just the thing which can move the movable decoration member 110 in the left-right direction substantially as mentioned above.
The shape of the guide groove 135a formed in the rail 135 is not limited to that according to the present embodiment, and the movable decorative member 110 can be guided so that the movable decorative member 110 and other members do not interfere with each other. Any shape is acceptable. In other words, the shape of the guide groove 135a may be determined as appropriate according to the shape and arrangement of other members (in the present embodiment, the center accessory 12 and the liquid crystal screen 26).

  Below, the structure of the movable accessory apparatus 100 which concerns on 2nd embodiment is demonstrated using FIGS. 23-39.

  The movable accessory device 100 according to the second embodiment is different from the movable accessory device 100 according to the first embodiment in that a drive mechanism 150 is provided instead of the rotation mechanism 120 and the sliding mechanism 130. It is a point to do. Therefore, below, the member (movable decoration member 110) of the structure similar to the movable accessory apparatus 100 which concerns on 1st embodiment among the members of the movable accessory apparatus 100 which concerns on 2nd embodiment is attached with the same code | symbol. The description will be omitted as appropriate.

  The movable accessory device 100 according to the second embodiment is mainly composed of a movable decorative member 110 and a drive mechanism 150.

  The movable decorative member 110 shown in FIGS. 23 to 26 is a structure simulating a plurality (three in this embodiment) of tubes arranged side by side in the longitudinal direction in the vertical direction. Since the movable decorative member 110 according to the second embodiment has the same configuration as the movable decorative member 110 according to the first embodiment, the description thereof is omitted.

The drive mechanism 150 shown in FIGS. 23 to 27 slides the movable decorative member 110 in the left-right direction and rotates the components 112, 112... Of the movable decorative member 110. The drive mechanism 150 mainly includes guide shafts 151 and 151, rails 152, engaging members 153, rotating pinions 154 and 154, a rotating rack 155, a sliding member 156, and a rotating member 157. , A rotation gear 158, a sliding gear 159, a drive gear 160, and a drive motor 161.
In the following, for convenience of explanation, the drive motor 161 is shown only in FIG. In FIG. 27A, the rotation gear 158, the sliding gear 159, and the drive gear 160 are not shown.

  The guide shafts 151 and 151 are fixed so as to protrude downward from the vicinity of both left and right end portions of the lower surface of the frame body 111. Since the guide shafts 151 and 151 have the same configuration as the guide shafts 131 and 131 according to the first embodiment, description thereof is omitted.

The rail 152 guides the movable decorative member 110 to a predetermined position when the movable decorative member 110 slides. Since the rail 152 and the guide grooves 152a and 152a formed in the rail 152 have the same configuration as the rail 135 and the guide grooves 135a and 135a formed in the rail 135 according to the first embodiment, description thereof is omitted. To do.
Guide shafts 151 and 151 are inserted through the guide grooves 152a and 152a, respectively.

  The engaging member 153 is for engaging the movable decorative member 110 with a sliding member 156 described later. The engagement member 153 mainly includes leg portions 153a and 153a, an upper plate 153b, and engagement shafts 153c and 153c.

  The leg portions 153a and 153a are substantially rectangular plate-like members, and are erected on both the left and right end portions of the upper surface of the frame body 111 with the plate surfaces thereof directed in the left-right direction.

  The upper plate 153b is a substantially rectangular plate-like member, and is fixed to the upper ends of the two leg portions 153a and 153a in a state where the plate surface is directed in the vertical direction.

  The engagement shafts 153c and 153c are fixed so as to protrude upward from the upper surface of the upper plate 153b. The engagement shafts 153c and 153c are arranged side by side in the left-right direction.

  The rotation pinions 154, 154... Are fixed above the frame body 111 to the upper ends of the rotation shafts 113, 113.

  The rotating rack 155 is arranged so as to mesh with the rotating pinions 154, 154... From the rear of the rotating pinions 154, 154. The rotating rack 155 is appropriately supported so as to be slidable in the left-right direction relative to the movable decorative member 110 and to be relatively non-slidable in the front-rear direction and the up-down direction. An engagement portion 155 a is formed on the rotating rack 155.

  The engaging portion 155a is a rectangular plate-like portion, and is erected on the middle of the left and right sides of the upper surface of the rotating rack 155 in a state where the longitudinal direction is directed in the vertical direction.

  The sliding member 156 is for sliding the movable decorative member 110 in the left-right direction. The sliding member 156 is configured by combining a plurality of plate-like portions. The sliding member 156 is disposed substantially above the frame body 111 of the movable decorative member 110 and is appropriately supported so as to be slidable in the left-right direction with respect to the game board 6. The sliding member 156 is formed with engaging portions 156a and 156a, a rack portion 156b, an abutting portion 156c, and a guide hole 156d.

  The engaging portions 156a and 156a are formed by cutting out a plate-like portion formed at the right front end portion of the sliding member 156 by a predetermined length or more from the front end portion toward the rear. The engaging portions 156a and 156a are arranged side by side in the left-right direction, and the distance between the engaging portions 156a and 156a is the same as the distance between the engaging shafts 153c and 153c. The engaging shafts 153c and 153c of the engaging member 153 are inserted into the engaging portions 156a and 156a, respectively.

  The rack portion 156b is formed from the upper left end portion of the sliding member 156 to the vicinity of the upper right end portion.

  The contact portion 156c is formed at the upper right end of the sliding member 156 (next to the right of the rack portion 156b). The contact portion 156c is a concave portion having a predetermined curvature in a front view (see FIG. 26 and the like).

  The guide hole 156d is formed in the vicinity of the right end portion of the sliding member 156 so as to penetrate the sliding member 156 in the front-rear direction. The guide hole 156d is formed to be a long hole that is long in the left-right direction.

  The rotation member 157 is for rotating the constituent bodies 112, 112,... Of the movable decorative member 110. The rotation member 157 is configured by combining a plurality of plate-like portions. The rotation member 157 is disposed substantially behind the sliding member 156 and is appropriately supported so as to be slidable in the left-right direction with respect to the game board 6. The rotating member 157 is formed with an engaging portion 157a, a rack portion 157b, and a guide portion 157c.

  The engaging portion 157a is configured by a pair of left and right plate-like portions standing up frontward at the lower right end portion of the rotating member 157. The engaging portion 157a is formed to have a predetermined length or more in the front-rear direction. The engaging portion 155a of the rotating rack 155 is inserted through the engaging portion 157a.

  The rack portion 157b is formed from the upper left end portion to the upper right end portion of the rotation member 157. The teeth of the rack portion 157b of the rotating member 157 are formed to have the same shape as the teeth of the rack portion 156b of the sliding member 156.

  The guide portion 157c is configured by a plate-like portion standing up front in the vicinity of the right end portion of the rotation member 157. The guide portion 157c is guided in the left-right direction by the guide hole 156d by being inserted into the guide hole 156d of the slide member 156 from behind the sliding member 156.

The rotation gear 158 is for sliding the rotation member 157 in the left-right direction. The rotation gear 158 is disposed above the rotation member 157 with its axis line directed in the front-rear direction, and meshed with the rack portion 157 b of the rotation member 157. The rotation gear 158 is supported so as to be appropriately rotatable with respect to the game board 6.
A boss 158 a is projected from the center of the rotation gear 158 toward the front of the rotation gear 158.

The sliding gear 159 is for sliding the sliding member 156 in the left-right direction. The sliding gear 159 is disposed in front of the rotating gear 158 and above the sliding member 156 with its axis line directed in the front-rear direction, and meshed with the rack portion 156 b of the sliding member 156. The teeth of the sliding gear 159 are formed to have the same shape as the teeth of the rotating gear 158. A boss portion 158a of the rotation gear 158 is inserted into the center of the sliding gear 159 from the rear, and is fixed so as not to rotate relative to the boss portion 158a (rotation gear 158). The sliding gear 159 is formed with a missing tooth portion 159a.
The missing tooth portion 159a is a part of the outer periphery of the sliding gear 159, and is a portion where gear teeth are not formed. In the missing tooth portion 159a, the outer periphery of the sliding gear 159 is formed in an arc shape when viewed from the front (see FIG. 25 and the like).

  The drive gear 160 is disposed on the left side of the rotation gear 158 with its axial direction facing the front-rear direction, and meshes with the rotation gear 158.

  23 serves as a drive source for sliding the movable decorative member 110 and rotating the components 112, 112... Of the movable decorative member 110. The drive motor 161 shown in FIG. The drive motor 161 is disposed in front of the drive gear 160, and the output shaft of the drive motor 161 is fixed to the drive gear 160. The drive motor 161 is appropriately fixed to the game board 6.

  In the state shown in FIGS. 23 to 28, the guide shafts 151 and 151 of the movable accessory device 100 are positioned in the vicinity of the right end portions of the guide grooves 152a and 152a. This state is a state in which the movable decorative member 110 is located on the rightmost side, and substantially the entire movable decorative member 110 is located behind the right end portion of the center accessory 12. Hereinafter, this state is simply referred to as “standby state”. Thus, the position (standby position) where the movable decorative member 110 is arranged in the standby state is located behind the arrangement position of the center accessory 12 and does not overlap with the arrangement position of the center accessory 12. Further, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is located behind the right end of the center accessory 12, so that it is difficult for the player in front of the gaming machine 1 to visually recognize the movable decorative member 110. Further, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is located on the right side of the liquid crystal screen 26, so that the substantially entire liquid crystal screen 26 is exposed toward the front (a state in which the liquid crystal screen 26 is visible from the front) ( (See FIG. 3).

  Next, the manner in which the movable decorative member 110 of the movable accessory device 100 according to the second embodiment configured as described above slides will be described with reference to FIGS. 29 to 36.

  29 and 30, when the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is driven and the drive gear 160 is rotated counterclockwise when viewed from the front, the rotation gear 158 meshed with the drive gear 160 and the The sliding gear 159 fixed to the rotating gear 158 rotates clockwise when viewed from the front. When the rotation gear 158 and the sliding gear 159 rotate clockwise when viewed from the front, the rotation member 157 and the sliding member 156 engaged with the rotation gear 158 and the sliding gear 159 move to the left direction (sliding). Move).

  When the sliding member 156 moves in the left direction, the engaging member 153 also moves in the left direction via the engaging shafts 153c and 153c inserted through the engaging portions 156a and 156a of the sliding member 156, so that it is movable. The entire decorative member 110 also moves to the left.

  At this time, the guide shafts 151 and 151 slide along the guide grooves 152 a and 152 a of the rail 152. When the movable decorative member 110 is in the vicinity of the standby state, the guide shafts 151 and 151 are guided near the right end of the guide grooves 152a and 152a, so that the guide shafts 151 and 151 slide toward the left. To do. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides toward the left. When the movable decorative member 110 slides to the left, the left end portion of the movable decorative member 110 starts to be exposed from the center accessory 12. At the same time, the movable decorative member 110 hides the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 from the front, and the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 is reduced.

  When the rotating member 157 moves to the left, the rotating rack 155 also moves to the left via the engaging portion 155a inserted through the engaging portion 157a of the rotating member 157.

  At this time, since the rotating rack 155 moves to the left at the same speed as the movable decorative member 110, the rotating rack 155 and the rotating pinions 154, 154,... Do not move relatively, and the rotating pinions 154,. 154... Will not rotate.

  As shown in FIGS. 31 and 32, when the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is further driven, the sliding member 156 and the rotating member 157 further move leftward. At this time, since the guide grooves 152a and 152a of the rail 152 are bent so as to extend forward as it goes leftward, the guide shafts 151 and 151 slide so as to move forward as they go leftward. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides so as to move forward as it goes to the left.

  In this way, the movable decorative member 110 slides so as to gradually move forward from the time when it moves to the left by a certain distance. Accordingly, a large space (an interval in the front-rear direction) between the movable decorative member 110 and the liquid crystal screen 26 can be secured while moving so as to avoid contact with the center accessory 12.

  In this case, the engaging member 153 and the rotating rack 155 move forward together with the movable decorative member 110, but the engaging portions 156a and 156a of the sliding member 156 and the engaging portion 157a of the rotating member 157 are moved in the front-rear direction. The engagement portions 156a and 156a, the engagement portion 157a, the engagement shafts 153c and 153c of the engagement member 153, and the engagement portion 155a of the rotating rack 155 are formed so as to have a length that is greater than or equal to a predetermined length. The engaging member 153 and the rotating rack 155 can be continuously moved to the left together with the sliding member 156 and the rotating member 157.

  As shown in FIGS. 33 and 34, when the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is further driven, the sliding member 156 and the rotating member 157 further move to the left. At this time, since the vicinity of the left end of the guide grooves 152a and 152a of the rail 152 is formed to extend leftward, the guide shafts 151 and 151 slide toward the left without moving forward. Therefore, the movable decorative member 110 also slides toward the left.

  As shown in FIGS. 35 and 36, when the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is further driven and the guide shafts 151 and 151 reach the left end portions of the guide grooves 152a and 152a, the movable decorative member 110 is leftmost. The substantially entire movable decorative member 110 is exposed from the center accessory 12. Hereinafter, this state is simply referred to as “appearance state”. In the appearance state, since the movable decorative member 110 is exposed from the center accessory 12, it can be visually recognized by the player, and an impression (impact) can be given to the player. In addition, in the appearance state, the movable decorative member 110 is positioned in front of the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26, and therefore, the right end portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 is covered by the movable decorative member 110 and is difficult for the player to visually recognize. . That is, the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 can be reduced by the movable decorative member 110.

  Moreover, the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state is positioned in front of the standby state. More specifically, when the movable decorative member 110 is moved from the standby state to the appearance state, the movable decorative member 110 first moves leftward, then moves diagonally leftward, and finally moves leftward again. Thereby, in the appearance state, a large space between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the movable decorative member 110 can be secured.

  By moving the movable decorative member 110 in this way, the movable accessory device 100 that gives an impression to the player can be arranged using the limited space between the members of the gaming machine 1. Specifically, in the standby state, the movable decorative member 110 is arranged in a limited space (standby position) between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the center accessory 12, and in the appearance state, it interferes with the center accessory 12. The movable decorative member 110 can be arranged in a state in which the movable decorative member 110 is moved forward within the range where it is not. As a result, the space of the gaming machine 1 can be used effectively, such as performing effects of rotation of the constituent bodies 112, 112... Described later without interfering with the liquid crystal screen 26.

  Next, with reference to FIGS. 37 to 40, how the constituent bodies 112, 112... Of the movable accessory device 100 configured as described above rotate will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 37, when the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is further driven from the above-described appearance state and the rotation gear 158 and the sliding gear 159 are rotated clockwise as viewed from the front, the rotation gear 158 and the teeth are rotated. The combined rotating member 157 moves (slids) to the left. When the rotating member 157 moves to the left, the rotating rack 155 also moves to the left through the engaging portion 155a inserted through the engaging portion 157a of the rotating member 157.

  On the other hand, when the sliding gear 159 is further rotated clockwise from the appearance state, the missing tooth portion 159a of the sliding gear 159 and the contact portion 156c of the sliding member 156 come into contact with each other. In this state, the teeth of the sliding gear 159 and the rack portion 156b of the sliding member 156 are not engaged, and the sliding gear 159 and the sliding member 156 can slide relative to each other. Even if the sliding gear 159 rotates, the sliding member 156 does not move (slide) to the left. Therefore, the engaging member 153 and the movable decorative member 110 do not move to the left.

  As described above, the movable decorative member 110 does not move to the left, and only the rotary rack 155 moves to the left relative to the movable decorative member 110. Therefore, as shown in FIG. Rotating pinions 154, 154... Meshing with 155 rotate counterclockwise in plan view. As a result, the structural bodies 112, 112... Connected to the rotary pinions 154, 154.

  At this time, as described above, a large space is ensured between the liquid crystal screen 26 and the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state. With such a configuration, even when the structural bodies 112, 112,... Rotate, it is possible to prevent the structural bodies 112, 112, and the liquid crystal screen 26 from coming into contact with each other.

As shown in FIG. 39, the drive motor 161 (see FIG. 23) is further driven, and the drive of the drive motor 161 is stopped when the components 112, 112... Rotate 180 degrees. Thereby, as shown in FIG.39 and FIG.40, the plane part which hits the back surface of structure 112 * 112 ... will face the front. It is possible to give an impression (impact) to the player by rotating the components 112, 112,... By decorating the planar portions of the components 112, 112,. it can.
As described above, the movable decorative member 110 reduces the exposed portion of the liquid crystal screen 26 and allows the player to decorate the movable decorative member 110 in the appearance state by rotating the components 112, 112. In this embodiment, there are two types of production variations that are visible.

In addition, by driving the drive motor 161 in the direction opposite to the above, the plane portions of the structural bodies 112, 112,... Are turned backward again, or the movable decorative member 110 is returned from the appearance state to the standby state. be able to.
Further, by stopping the driving of the drive motor 161 when the movable decorative member 110 changes from the standby state to the appearance state (see FIGS. 35 and 36), the components 112, 112. An effect of causing the decoration member 110 to appear (moving to a position visible to the player) can also be performed.

  By configuring the drive mechanism 150 as described above, the movement of sliding the movable decorative member 110 in the left-right direction and the components 112, 112,... Simply by driving one drive motor 161 (drive source) A rotating motion.

  1: gaming machine, 12: center character, 26: liquid crystal screen, 100: movable character device, 110: movable decorative member, 120: rotating mechanism, 130: sliding mechanism, 135: rail, 150: driving mechanism

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  1. A display screen for displaying symbol games;
    A side decorative member provided on a side of the display screen;
    Rails provided from the side of the display screen and from the back of the side decorative member to the front of the display screen;
    A movable decorative member comprising a plurality of components and movable along the rail;
    With
    In a gaming machine that produces an effect of changing the exposure state of the display screen by moving the movable decorative member,
    The plurality of components are rotatable in situ on the rail;
    The rail is formed to guide the movable decorative member so that the movable decorative member is positioned forward when the movable decorative member is positioned in front of the display screen than when the movable decorative member is positioned laterally of the display screen. A gaming machine characterized by that.
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