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JP2017169749A
JP2017169749A JP2016058198A JP2016058198A JP2017169749A JP 2017169749 A JP2017169749 A JP 2017169749A JP 2016058198 A JP2016058198 A JP 2016058198A JP 2016058198 A JP2016058198 A JP 2016058198A JP 2017169749 A JP2017169749 A JP 2017169749A
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小林 仁
Hitoshi Kobayashi
仁 小林
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a game machine capable of suppressing malfunction of a movable decoration unit.SOLUTION: A game machine 10 according to the present invention includes: a pair of linear motion guides 120, 120 extended in parallel along the front face of a game board 11; a pair of second linear motion members 230, 230 linearly move along the respective pair of linear motion guides 120, 120; a second movable decoration unit 250 bridged across the second linear motion members 230, 230; and rotary connection units 240, 240 provided between the second movable decoration unit 250 and the second linear motion members 230, 230 and connecting the second movable decoration unit 250 in a rotatable manner relative to the second linear motion members 230, 230 around rotary shafts extending in a forward-backward direction.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 14

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a movable decorative portion that moves along the front surface of a game board.

  Conventionally, this type of gaming machine has a pair of linear motion guides extending in parallel along the front surface of the game board, and linear motion along each of the pair of linear motion guides at both ends of the movable decorative portion. There is known one in which a pair of linear motion members is fixed (for example, see Patent Document 1).

JP2011-224193A (FIG. 18)

  However, in the conventional gaming machine described above, if the moving speed of the pair of linear motion members deviates, it is difficult to smoothly move the movable decorative portion, and, for example, a malfunction may occur such that the movement of the movable decorative portion stops. there were.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine capable of suppressing malfunction of the movable decorative portion.

  In order to achieve the above object, the invention of claim 1 is directed to a pair of linear motion guides extending in parallel along the front surface of the game board and a linear motion 1 along each of the pair of linear motion guides. A pair of linear motion members; a movable decorative portion that is interposed between the pair of linear motion members and is movable in parallel with the pair of linear motion guides; and the movable decorative portion and each of the linear motion members And a rotary connecting part that connects the movable decorative part to the linear motion member so as to be rotatable about a rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, the pair of linear motion guides extends in the vertical direction, and receives a receiving position for receiving the movable decorative portion from below, and a receiving release position for releasing the receiving of the movable decorative portion. 2, wherein the movable decorative portion is configured to fall downward when the receiving member is disposed at the receiving release position. This is a gaming machine.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, the linear motion member that linearly moves along the linear motion guides is disposed above the first linear motion member and a first linear motion member that is driven by a drive source. A free-falling second linear motion member, and the movable decorative portion includes a first movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of first linear motion members and a pair of the second linear motion members. The game machine according to claim 2, further comprising: a second movable decorative portion that is passed to the moving member, wherein the receiving member is configured to be able to receive the second movable decorative portion from below.

[Inventions of Claims 1 and 2]
According to the present invention, the movable decorative portion can be rotated about the rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction with respect to the linear motion member by the rotation connecting portion provided between the movable decorative portion and each linear motion member. Therefore, even when the moving speed of the pair of linear motion members is deviated, the deviation can be absorbed by the movable decorative portion being inclined with respect to the linear motion member. Thereby, it becomes possible to move a linear motion member smoothly, and it becomes possible to suppress the malfunctioning of a movable decoration part.

  In particular, as in the invention of claim 2, when the receiving member is arranged from the receiving position to the receiving release position, the movable decorative portion received from below by the receiving member falls downward. In this case, it is difficult to make the falling speeds of both sides of the movable decorative portion the same, so that the movable decorative portion is easily inclined to the left and right, and it is possible to enjoy many benefits of the present invention.

[Invention of claim 3]
According to the present invention, it is possible to smoothly move both the first linear motion member driven by the drive source and the second linear motion member capable of free fall, and the first movable decorative portion and the second movable decorative member can be moved. It is possible to suppress malfunctions in both of the parts. In addition, since the second linear motion member is disposed above the first linear motion member, the second linear motion member after the fall is restored to the position before the fall by driving the first linear motion member. It becomes possible to do.

Front view of a gaming machine according to an embodiment of the present invention Front view of game board Front view of the mechanism frame in a state where the first movable member is disposed at the first standby position and the second movable member is disposed at the second standby position. Front view of the mechanism frame in a state in which the first movable member is disposed at the first effect position and the second movable member is disposed at the second standby position. Front view of the mechanism frame in a state where the first movable member is located at the first effect position and the second movable member is located at the second effect position. The perspective view of the 1st movable member and the 2nd movable member Front side perspective view of first movable member Rear side perspective view of first movable member Enlarged perspective view of the first movable member Front side perspective view of second movable member Rear side perspective view of second movable member Enlarged perspective view of the second movable member (A) Plan sectional view of the state in which the first movable member is arranged at the first standby position, (B) Plan sectional view in the middle of returning the first movable member to the first standby position Front view of first movable member and second movable member Plan sectional view of the first movable member and the second movable member (A) The top view of the receiving member in the state arrange | positioned in the receiving position, (B) The top view of the receiving member in the state arrange | positioned in the receiving release position Rear perspective view of display decoration frame (A) Side sectional view of the receiving member and the second movable member arranged at the receiving position, (B) Side sectional view of the receiving member and the second movable member arranged at the receiving release position (A) Side sectional view of the receiving member and the second movable member in a state of being pressed to the receiving release position side, (B) Side cross section of the receiving member and the second movable member in a state returned to the receiving position Figure

  Hereinafter, an embodiment in which the present invention is applied to a pachinko gaming machine will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIG. 1, the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment includes a front frame 10Z on the front surface, and is formed on the front surface of the gaming board 11 shown in FIG. 2 through a glass window 10W formed in the front frame 10Z. The game area R1 is visible. A mechanism frame 17 shown in FIG. 3 is attached to the rear side of the game board 11, and various devices are attached to the mechanism frame 17.

  As shown in FIG. 1, an upper plate 26 and a lower plate 27 are provided in two upper and lower stages below the glass window 10W in the front frame 10Z, and an operation handle 28 is provided on the right side of the lower plate 27. ing. Then, when the operation handle 28 is rotated, the game ball accommodated in the upper plate 26 is ejected toward the game area R1 (see FIG. 2).

  As shown in FIG. 2, a guide rail 12 surrounding the game area R <b> 1 protrudes from the front surface of the game board 11. The guide rail 12 is arranged so as to go around the outer edge of the game board 11.

  A display opening 11H is formed through the center of the game area R1 in the game board 11, and the display device 13 faces the display opening 11H from the rear side. The display device 13 is composed of, for example, a liquid crystal module, and the front surface thereof is a display screen 13G for performing effects related to games. In detail, the display screen 13G is visible to the player through the opening 17K of the mechanism frame 17 and the display opening 11H of the game board 11 from the rear side of the mechanism frame 17 (see FIG. 3).

  A display decoration frame 23 is attached to the front center of the game board 11 so as to surround the display screen 13G when viewed from the front. The display decoration frame 23 is fitted into the display opening 11H from the front side of the game board 11, protrudes inside the display opening 11H, and protrudes from the front side of the game board 11. And it is comprised so that the game ball which flows down in game area | region R1 may pass the front side of the display decoration frame 23, and may not enter the inside of the display decoration frame 23. FIG.

  In the game area R1, a first start winning opening 14A is provided at the center in the horizontal direction below the display decoration frame 23, and a second start winning opening 14B is provided at the lower right corner of the display decoration frame 23. Yes. Further, in the game area R1, a plurality of general winning ports 20 are provided on the left side of the first start winning port 14A, the first and second big winning ports 15A and 15B are provided on the right side, and the out port 16 is provided on the lower side. Yes. Further, a side prize opening 21 is provided on the right side of the first big prize opening 15A, and a start gate 18 is provided on the right side of the display decoration frame 23, while a windmill 19 is provided on the left side. .

  The first start winning opening 14A has a pocket structure opened upward, while the second start winning opening 14B opens laterally and is opened and closed by the open / close door 14T. The open / close door 14T is normally disposed at a closed position that closes the second start winning opening 14B, and is based on the fact that a normal symbol win / reject determination is made when a game ball passes through the start gate 18. Thus, the second start winning opening 14B is disposed at an open position. When a game ball enters (wins) one of the first and second start winning ports 14A, 14B, a special symbol success / failure determination is performed. The determination result of the special symbol determination is notified on the display screen 13G of the display device 13. When the result of the special symbol success / failure determination is a win, the jackpot gaming state is entered, and the jackpot game described below is executed. On the other hand, if the result of the special symbol success / failure determination is out of play, the normal gaming state continues.

  The first and second grand prize winning openings 15A, 15B have a horizontally long rectangular shape, and are closed by the movable door 15T in a normal gaming state. When the game state becomes the big hit game state and the big hit game is executed, one of the movable doors 15T is brought down to the front side for a predetermined period. Then, either one of the first and second grand prize winning openings 15A and 15B is opened forward, and a large number of game balls can be awarded to the big prize winning openings 15A and 15B with the movable door 15T as a guide.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment has a first movable combination that performs an effect relating to a game by the operation of a movable member, in addition to the above-described winning openings 14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, the display device 13, and the like. The object device 110S and the second movable accessory device 210S are fixed to the mechanism frame 17. The first movable accessory device 110S moves the first movable member 110 in the vertical direction and arranges it at the first standby position shown in FIG. 3 and the first effect position shown in FIG. The second movable accessory device 210S includes a second movable member 210 that can freely fall. The second movable member 210 is located on the upper side of the first movable member 110, and a second standby position (see FIG. 3) that is united with the first movable member 110 at the first standby position, and a first movable at the first effect position. It arrange | positions in the 2nd production position (refer FIG. 5) united with the member 110. FIG. Hereinafter, the first movable accessory device 110S and the second movable accessory device 210S will be described in detail. 3 to 5, the second movable member 210 is shown in gray.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the first movable accessory device 110 </ b> S includes a pair of linear motion guides 120, 120 extending linearly in the vertical direction and spaced apart in the lateral direction, and the pair of linear motions The first movable member 110 is provided across the guides 120 and 120. Specifically, the first movable member 110 communicates between the first linear member 130 that linearly moves along each linear guide 120 and the pair of first linear members 130 and 130. And a decoration unit 150. The pair of linear motion guides 120, 120 are fixed to the left and right sides of the mechanism frame 17 so as to sandwich the display screen 13G in the left-right direction, and after the game board 11 and the display decoration frame 23 (see FIG. 2). It is arranged to hide on the side.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, each linear motion guide 120 includes a pair of guide shafts 121 extending in the vertical direction, and the first linear motion member 130 includes both of the pair of guide shafts 121 and 121. Is inserted. As shown in FIG. 9, a pair of pulleys 122, 122 are provided on both axial sides of one guide shaft 121 of the pair of guide shafts 121, 121 (FIG. Only the pulley 122 is shown.) A belt 123 is stretched around the pair of pulleys 122 and 122. The belt 123 has a toothed structure, and the first linear motion member 130 is engaged with the teeth of the belt 123. Then, when the belt 123 rotates in response to power from the linear drive source 124 (see FIG. 3), the first linear member 130 moves up and down, and the first movable member 110 moves along the linear guide 120. It is supposed to move. In the example of this embodiment, in the linear motion guide 120 fixed to the left side portion 17L of the mechanism frame 17, a pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 are arranged side by side in the horizontal direction, and the right side portion 17R of the mechanism frame 17 is arranged. A pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 are arranged side by side in the front-rear direction in the linear guide 120 fixed to the front.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 3, linear guides 120 (a pair of guide shafts 121 and 121), a pair of pulleys 122 and 122, and a belt are provided on the left and right sides 17 </ b> L and 17 </ b> R of the mechanism frame 17. 123 and a linear motion drive source 124 housed in a case 160K are assembled. As shown in FIG. 6, the case 160 </ b> K includes a pair of cover walls 161 and 161 disposed so as to sandwich the pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 in a direction perpendicular to the arrangement direction thereof, and the pair of covers. A communication wall 162 connecting the walls 161 and 161. Although not shown, the linear drive unit 160 includes a shaft support portion that supports the pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 and a pulley support portion that rotatably supports the pair of pulleys 122 and 122. Is provided. 3 to 5 show only one cover wall 161 in the linear drive unit 160 provided in the left side portion 17L.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, each first linearly moving member 130 is arranged so as to be bridged over a pair of guide shafts 121, 121 and has a through hole 131 </ b> A through which each guide shaft 121 is inserted. The insertion portion 131 and a lift portion 132 that protrudes laterally from the shaft insertion portion 131 and extends upward. In detail, the lift part 132 protrudes to the side (namely, the center side of the left-right direction) which mutually approaches in the opposing direction of a pair of 1st linear motion members 130 and 130. FIG. The shaft insertion part 131 is formed with a rack 133 that engages with the teeth of the belt 123 described above.

  The first movable decorative portion 150 is rotatably connected to the upper end portion of the lift portion 132 in each first linear motion member 130. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 9, a pin insertion hole (not shown) is formed in each of the upper end portion of the lift portion 132 and the side portion of the first movable decoration portion 150, and these two pin insertion holes are formed. Further, the connecting pin 142 is inserted through the bush 141. The connecting pin 142 is inserted through two pin insertion holes by a flange 142F (see FIG. 8) formed at the rear end of the connecting pin 142 and a retaining member 143 that engages with the front end of the connecting pin 142. Held in a state. The first movable decorative portion 150 extends from the two pin insertion holes (not shown), the bush 141, the connecting pin 142, and the retaining member 143 to the first linear motion member 130 in the front-rear direction. The 1st rotation connection part 140 connected so that it can rotate centering on is comprised.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the first movable decorative portion 150 is a horizontally long base portion 151, and is superimposed on the center portion of the base portion 151 from the front side, and is a surface parallel to the game board 11 with respect to the base portion 151. And a rotating body 154 that rotates inside. The rotating body 154 has an elliptical shape when viewed from the front, and rotates around the center axis of the ellipse. In addition, the rotating body 154 is arranged so that the long axis of the ellipse faces in the left-right direction in the stopped state. The base portion 151 is connected to the central support portion 152 that rotatably supports the rotating body 154 and the first linearly moving member 130 (specifically, the lift portion 132) that protrudes laterally from both sides of the central support portion 152. Side projecting portions 153 and 153. The center support portion 152 has an oblong shape that is substantially the same as the rotating body 154 in the stopped state, and a rotation drive source 155 for rotating the rotation body 154 is provided at the rear portion of the center support portion 152.

  This completes the description of the configuration of the first movable accessory device 110S. Next, the operation of the first movable member 110 in the first movable accessory device 110S will be described.

  The first movable accessory device 110S normally arranges the first movable member 110 at the first standby position (see FIG. 3). As shown in FIG. 2, the first movable member 110 at the first standby position protrudes downward from the upper side of the display decoration frame 23, and only the lower part of the first movable member 110 is visible to the player. ing. When a predetermined first effect condition is established in this state, the first movable accessory device 110S operates the linear motion drive sources 124 and 124 to move the first movable member 110 to the first effect position (see FIG. 4). And move. The first movable member 110 at the first effect position is disposed in front of the center of the display screen 13G, and the entire first movable member 110 is visible to the player. When the predetermined first effect end condition is satisfied, the first movable accessory device 110S operates the linear drive source 124 to return the first movable member 110 to the first standby position.

  Here, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, since the pair of first linear motion members 130 and 130 are driven by the separate linear motion drive sources 124 and 124, respectively, If the moving speeds of the linear motion members 130 and 130 are deviated, there may be a problem that it is difficult to smoothly move the first movable member 110. However, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, the first linear movement members 130 and 130 and the first movable decorative portion 150 are rotatably connected by the first rotation connecting portions 140 and 140, so Even when the moving speed of the first linear motion members 130 and 130 is deviated, the deviation is absorbed by the first movable decorative portion 150 being inclined with respect to the first linear motion members 130 and 130. (See FIG. 14. In FIG. 14, the first movable decorative portion 150 inclined in the counterclockwise direction with respect to the first linear motion member 130 on the left side is indicated by a two-dot chain line). Thereby, the first linear motion members 130 and 130 can be moved smoothly, and malfunction of the first movable member 110 can be suppressed.

  In the present embodiment, the first movable accessory device 110S provides a rotation effect that rotates the rotator 154 when the first movable member 110 is arranged on the way to the first effect position or at the first effect position. It is executable. During execution of the rotation effect, the rotator 154 may rotate only in one direction or in both directions. When the rotation effect is finished, the rotator 154 is placed again so that the major axis of the ellipse faces in the left-right direction, and enters a stopped state.

  By the way, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, the first movable member is used not only when the first movable accessory device 110S is not rendered during the game, but also when the gaming machine 10 is assembled or transported. 110 is arranged at the first standby position (see FIG. 3). However, for example, when an external force is applied to the first movable member 110 due to an impact or the like during conveyance, the first movable member 110 may move from the first standby position to the first effect position side. In order to prevent such a problem, the gaming machine 10 has a configuration described below.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the first linear motion member 130 is disposed so as to be sandwiched between the pair of cover walls 161 and 161 of the linear motion drive unit 160 (specifically, the case 160K) described above. Yes. Then, as shown in FIG. 13, one of the pair of cover walls 161 and 161, one cover wall 161 </ b> A and the first linear motion member 130, are opposed protrusions 163 </ b> A that protrude so as to face each other. 163B is provided. The opposing protrusions 163A and 163B are arranged such that the tip portions overlap each other when viewed from the vertical direction. Hereinafter, the opposed protrusion 163A on the cover wall 161A side is referred to as a “fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A”, and the opposed protrusion 163B on the first linear motion member 130 side is referred to as a “movable-side opposed protrusion 163B”. , To distinguish.

  The distal end portion of the fixed side facing protrusion 163A can be elastically deformed in the direction facing the movable side facing protrusion 163B. Specifically, a member mounting hole 164 is formed in one cover wall 161A described above, and a rod-shaped member 165 is mounted in the member mounting hole 164. The rod-shaped member 165 has a structure in which a core material 167 made of an elastic material is press-fitted and fixed to a fixed sleeve 166 attached to the member mounting hole 164, and the core material 167 is opposed to the fixed sleeve 166 on the movable side. It protrudes toward the protrusion 163B. The core member 167 constitutes a fixed-side facing protrusion 163A. The tip of the core material 167 is formed in a hemispherical shape.

  An inclined surface 134M that is inclined away from the one cover wall 161A as it goes upward is formed in a portion facing the upper side of the distal end portion of the movable-side opposing protrusion 163B. Specifically, a rib 134 is formed to protrude from the surface of the first linear motion member 130 that faces the above-described one cover wall 161A. The tip of the rib 134 is formed in a trapezoidal shape, and the upper surface of the tip of the rib 134 is inclined so as to descend toward the one cover wall 161A. And the movable side opposing protrusion 163B is comprised by the rib 134. FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 13A, in a state where the first movable member 110 is disposed at the first standby position (see FIG. 3), the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B is higher than the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A. Placed in. Here, as described above, since the distal ends of the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A and the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B are arranged so as to overlap in the vertical direction, the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B is fixed from above. It becomes possible to contact the side facing protrusion 163A, and the movement of the first movable member 110 to the first effect position side (downward) is restricted.

  When the first movable member 110 moves to the first effect position in response to the power from the linear drive sources 124, 124, the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B comes into contact with the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A from above. Here, the distal end portion of the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A can be elastically deformed in the opposing direction of the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A and the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B. The opposing protrusion 163A is rubbed against the fixed-side opposing protrusion 163A while being elastically deformed. As a result, the downwardly facing movable-side facing protrusion 163B gets over the fixed-side facing protrusion 163A, and the first movable member 110 is arranged at the first effect position.

  When the first movable member 110 is driven by the linear drive sources 124 and 124 and moves from the first effect position to the first standby position, the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B is fixed as shown in FIG. It abuts on the side facing protrusion 163A from below. Similarly to when the first movable member 110 goes to the first effect position, the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B rubs against the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A while elastically deforming the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A. As a result, the movable-side facing member 163B heading upward gets over the fixed-side facing protrusion 163A, and the first movable member 110 is disposed at the first standby position. Here, since the first movable member 110 toward the first standby position moves against the gravity, the load applied to the linear drive source 124 when the movable side facing member 163B gets over the fixed side facing protrusion 163A. May be excessively large. However, in the present embodiment, the inclined surface 134M that is inclined away from the one cover wall 161A side toward the upper side is formed on the portion facing the upper side of the distal end portion of the movable-side opposed protrusion 163B. The movable-side opposed protrusion 163B can easily get over the fixed-side opposed protrusion 163A, and an excessive increase in the load on the linear drive source 124 is suppressed.

  In the present embodiment, as described above, the second movable member 210 that can freely fall is provided on the upper side of the first movable member 110. As will be described in detail later, the second movable member 210 is normally received from below by the receiving member 271 and can be dropped when the receiving by the receiving member 271 is released. Therefore, according to the present embodiment, even if the reception of the second movable member 210 to be held at the second standby position is released, the first pair of opposing protrusions 163A and 163B causes the first By holding the movable member 110 at the first standby position, the second movable member 210 can also be held at the second standby position.

  This completes the description of the first movable accessory device 110S. Next, the second movable accessory device 210S will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the second movable member 210 of the second movable accessory device 210S is passed between the pair of linear motion guides 120, 120 described above. Specifically, as shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, the second movable member 210 includes a second linear motion member 230 that linearly moves along each linear motion guide 120, and a pair of second linear motion members 230, 230 and a second movable decorative portion 250 that communicates between the two. The second linear motion member 230 is inserted through a pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 constituting the linear motion guide 120 and is disposed above the first linear motion member 130.

  Similarly to the first linear motion member 130, the second linear motion member 230 is arranged so as to be bridged over the pair of guide shafts 121 and 121, and the shaft insertion having an insertion hole 231 </ b> A through which each guide shaft 121 is inserted. A portion 231 and a lift portion 232 that protrudes laterally from the shaft insertion portion 231 and extends upward.

  Similarly to the first linear motion member 130, the second movable decorative portion 250 is rotatably connected to the upper end portion of the lift portion 232 of each second linear motion member 230. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 12, a pin insertion hole (not shown) is formed at the upper end of the lift part 232, and a circular protrusion (not shown) protrudes from the side of the second movable decorative part 250, The circular protrusion is inserted into the pin insertion hole via the bush 241. The circular protrusion is held in a state of being inserted through the pin insertion hole by screwing with the hooked screw 242 inserted from the front side into the pin insertion hole. The second movable decorative portion 250 extends from the pin insertion hole (not shown), the circular projection, the bush 241, and the hooked screw 242 to the second linear motion member 230 in the front-rear direction. The 2nd rotation connection part 240 connected so that rotation is possible as a center is comprised.

  As shown in FIG. 10 and FIG. 11, the second movable decorative portion 250 includes a central decorative portion 251 having an arch shape, and a lateral tension that protrudes laterally from the legs of the central decorative portion 251 and is connected to the lift portion 232. And an exit portion 252. The central decorative portion 251 has a structure in which the flange wall 254 protrudes forward from the upper end edge of the arc wall 253 bulging upward. The eaves wall 254 includes a pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255 that are spaced apart from each other in the left-right direction, and an entry suppression unit 256 that is disposed so as to fill between the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255. ,have.

  The combined decorative portion 255 has a structure in which the front end portion is bent downward, and a lower protrusion 255T that protrudes downward is formed at the front end portion of the combined decorative portion 255. Further, the amount of protrusion of the entry suppressing portion 256 from the arc wall 253 is smaller than the amount of protrusion of the united decorative portion 255 from the arc wall 253, and the entry suppressing portion 256 is arranged on the rear side of the lower protrusion 255T. Has been. In this embodiment, each united decorative portion 255 is made of an opaque material, and the entry suppressing portion 256 is made of an opaque material.

  16, in addition to the second movable member 210, the second movable accessory device 210S moves the second movable member 210 from the second standby position (see FIG. 4) to the second effect position (see FIG. 5). A receiving device 270 is provided for free fall. Details of the receiving device 270 will be described below.

  The receiving device 270 includes a receiving member 271 that can receive the second movable member 210 from below, and a receiving drive source 274 for driving the receiving member 271.

  The receiving member 271 is configured to be movable in the front-rear direction on the rear side of the second movable member 210 disposed at the second standby position, and can receive the second movable member 210 from below at the front end position of the movable stroke. Is disposed at a receiving position (see FIG. 16A) and is disposed at a receiving release position (see FIG. 16B) that allows the second movable member 210 to fall downward at the rear end position of the movable stroke. Is done. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 16, the receiving member 271 is attached to the upper side portion 17J of the mechanism frame 17 (see FIG. 5), and can be linearly moved in the front-rear direction by a long hole 276 formed in the upper side portion 17J. It is supported by. The receiving member 271 protrudes from the front opening 277 formed in the upper side portion 17J when the receiving member 271 is disposed at the receiving position, and is disposed on the back side of the front opening 277 when disposed at the receiving release position. evacuate. As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the front surface of the receiving member 271 is inclined so as to be lowered downward (in other words, inclined downward toward the receiving release position (see FIG. 18B)). ) The tip inclined surface 271K.

  As shown in FIG. 16, the receiving drive source 274 includes a solenoid, and includes a movable portion 274K that can move in the left-right direction with respect to the box-shaped main body portion 274H. A compression coil spring 273 is interposed between the main body portion 274H and the movable portion 274K. The receiving drive source 274 is normally in an off state, and in this state, the movable portion 274K is biased to the left side (see FIG. 16A). When the receiving drive source 274 is turned on, the movable portion 274K moves to the right against the urging force of the compression coil spring 273 (see FIG. 16B).

  Power from the receiving drive source 274 is transmitted to the receiving member 271 by the rotation lever 272. As shown in FIGS. 16 (A) and 16 (B), the turning lever 272 is configured to be rotatable about a turning shaft 272J extending in the vertical direction, and the movable portion 274K of the receiving drive source 274 is configured to rotate. A first engagement piece 272A to be engaged and a second engagement piece 272B to be engaged with the receiving member 271 are provided. When the receiving drive source 274 is in the off state, the first engagement piece 272A extends obliquely leftward and backward with respect to the rotation shaft 272J, and the second engagement piece 272B is obliquely forward leftward with respect to the rotation shaft 272J. (See FIG. 16A). When the receiving drive source 274 is turned on, the rotating lever 272 rotates clockwise as viewed from above with the movement of the movable portion 274K, and the receiving member 271 moves rearward (FIG. 16). (See (B)).

  In the present embodiment, the receiving member 271 is configured to be able to receive the second movable decorative portion 250 from below. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 11, a receiving groove 257 extending in the vertical direction is formed in the rear portion of the arc wall 253 of the second movable decorative portion 250. The receiving groove 257 is opened at the lower end and is closed at the upper end by the end wall 257H. When the receiving member 271 is disposed at the receiving position while the second movable member 210 is disposed at the second standby position, the front end portion of the receiving member 271 enters the receiving groove 257. At this time, the receiving member 271 contacts the end wall 257H from below and receives the second movable decorative portion 250.

  Next, the fall of the 2nd movable member 210 by the 2nd movable accessory apparatus 210S is demonstrated. The second movable accessory device 210S normally places the second movable member 210 at the second standby position (see FIG. 4). At this time, the receiving drive source 274 is turned off, and the receiving member 271 is disposed at the receiving position (see FIG. 18A). And the fall of the 2nd movable member 210 is controlled because the 2nd movable decoration part 250 is received by the receiving member 271 of a receiving position from the lower part. Further, in this state, as shown in FIG. 2, the entire second movable member 210 is disposed on the back side of the display decoration frame 23 and is difficult for the player to visually recognize. In the present embodiment, a front cover 220 that covers the second movable member 210 at the second standby position from the front side is formed by the upper side portion of the display decoration frame 23.

  In the second movable accessory device 210S, when the predetermined second effect condition is satisfied in a state where the above-described first movable member 110 is disposed at the first effect position, the receiving drive source 274 is turned on, and the receiving drive source 274 is turned on. The stop member 271 moves rearward and is disposed at the reception release position (see FIG. 18B). Then, the receiving of the second movable decorative portion 250 by the receiving member 271 is released, and the second movable member 210 freely falls along the linear motion guides 120 and 120 and is disposed at the second effect position shown in FIG. The As will be described in detail later, the second movable member 210 at the second effect position is pushed up by the first movable member 110 that returns from the first effect position to the first standby position, and returns to the second standby position.

  Here, in the gaming machine 10 of this embodiment, since the second movable member 210 falls freely, it is difficult to make the drop speeds of the second linear motion members 230 and 230 the same, and the second movable member 210 is left and right. This may cause a problem that it is easy to tilt. However, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, the second linear motion members 230 and 230 and the second movable decorative portion 250 are rotatably connected by the second rotary connecting portions 240 and 240, so the second Even when the moving speed of the linear motion members 230 and 230 is shifted, the shift can be absorbed by the second movable decorative portion 250 being inclined with respect to the second linear motion members 230 and 230. (See FIG. 14. In FIG. 14, the second movable decorative portion 250 inclined in the counterclockwise direction with respect to the second linear motion member 230 on the left side is indicated by a two-dot chain line). Thereby, it becomes possible to move the 2nd linear motion members 230 and 230 smoothly, and it becomes possible to suppress the malfunctioning of the 2nd movable member 210. FIG.

  By the way, for example, due to the influence of vibration or the like, the second movable member 210 (second movable decorative portion 250) is shifted to the front side, and the second movable member 210 is moved from the range where the receiving member 271 at the receiving position can be received. When the second movable member 210 is removed, the second movable member 210 that should originally be held at the second standby position falls (in other words, the second movable member 210 is moved in spite of the fact that the second effect condition is not satisfied). The problem of being arranged at the second performance position) may occur. In order to suppress such a problem, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 17, a movement restricting portion that restricts the movement of the second movable member 210 to the front side at the rear portion of the front cover 220 in the display decorative frame 23. 225 is formed.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 17, the front cover 220 includes a cover body 221, a ceiling wall 222 that covers from the upper side of the cover body 221, and a cover wall 221 that hangs down from the rear end of the ceiling wall 222. And an opposing wall 226. The ceiling wall 222 is disposed inside the display opening 11H of the game board 11, and a projecting piece 222T protruding upward from the ceiling wall 222 is superimposed on the front surface of the game board 11. A pair of lower protrusions 223 and 223 hang from the lower end of the opposing wall 226. As shown in FIG. 18 (A), the pair of lower protrusions 223 and 223 is configured so that the second movable decorative portion 250 (in detail, the center) is in a state where the second movable member 210 is disposed at the second standby position. It arrange | positions ahead of the upper end part of the approach suppression part 256) of the collar wall 254 in the decoration part 251, and can contact | abut to the 2nd movable decoration part 250 from the front. Further, the lower end surface of the lower protrusion 223 is a guide inclined surface 224K that is inclined forwardly downward (in other words, toward the upper side as it approaches the second movable member 210 side), and the second movable member 210 is Even when the second movable member 210 shifts to the front side due to the backlash or the like and collides with the movement restricting portion 225 from below when returning from the second effect position to the second standby position, the guide inclined surface 224K 2 It is possible to guide the movable member 210 to the second standby position. The above-described movement restricting portion 225 is formed by the pair of lower protrusions 223 and 223.

  Specifically, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the lower protrusion 223 includes a bent wall 227 including an inclined portion 227 </ b> A inclined forward and downward from the opposing wall 226 and a vertical portion 227 </ b> B extending downward from the inclined portion 227 </ b> A. And a rib 224 protruding rearward from the bent wall 227. The rear surface of the rib 224 is flush with the rear surface of the facing wall 226 and is substantially flush with the front surface of the game board 11. And the lower end surface of the rib 224 is the guidance inclined surface 224K mentioned above.

  In the present embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the arc wall 253 of the second movable decorative portion 250 communicates with the arc extending from the upper end of the receiving groove 257 and opening at the front surface of the arc wall 253. A hole 258 is formed. Thereby, when the 2nd movable member 210 shifts to the back side, it is suppressed that it interferes with the receiving member 271 of a receiving position.

  The description about the fall of the 2nd movable member 210 by the 2nd movable accessory apparatus 210S is above. Next, a coalescence effect performed by the first movable accessory device 110S and the second movable accessory device 210S will be described.

  The combined effect occurs when the second effect condition is satisfied after the first effect condition is satisfied and before the first effect end condition is satisfied. When the first effect condition is satisfied, as described above, the first movable accessory device 110S places the first movable member 110 at the first effect position (see FIG. 3). In addition, the rotation effect by the rotary body 154 may be performed after the 1st movable member 110 is arrange | positioned in the middle or the 1st effect position to the 1st effect position.

  Next, when the second effect condition is satisfied, the second movable accessory device 210S places the receiving member 271 from the receiving position to the receiving release position, and drops the second movable member 210 to the second effect position. . At this time, in principle, in the first movable member 110, the rotation effect by the rotating body 154 is not performed, and the rotating body 154 is in a stopped state. And if the 2nd movable member 210 is arrange | positioned in a 2nd production position, the 2nd movable member 210 unites with the 1st movable member 110 of a 1st production position.

  Specifically, when the second movable member 210 is combined with the first movable member 110, a pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255 are superimposed on the rotating body 154 of the first movable member 110, and below the combined decorative portion 255. The protrusion 255T covers the upper edge of the rotating body 154 from the front side. Here, in the present embodiment, the rotating body 154 is decorated with a baseball ball as a motif, and the pair of combined decorative portions 255 are decorated with a finger as a motif. As a result, when the second movable member 210 falls and the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255 are combined with the rotating body 154, it is possible to produce an operation in which the finger grips the ball.

  This completes the description of the combined effect by the first movable accessory device 110S and the second movable accessory device 210S. Thus, in the combined effect, since the second movable member 210 falls and merges with the first movable member 110 after the first movable member 110 is arranged at the first effect position, only the first movable member 110 is used. Compared to the case where the production is performed, it is possible to improve the preference of the production by the movable member. In addition, since the second movable member 210 is configured to be freely dropped, the second movable member 210 can be quickly dropped to give an impact to the player. In the present embodiment, since the second movable member 210 at the second standby position is hidden behind the front cover 220, the second movable member 210 that is normally difficult to see appears and the first movable member 110 is normally displayed. It becomes possible to give unexpectedness to the player.

  By the way, as described above, when the second movable member 210 falls, in principle, the rotating body 154 of the first movable member 110 is in a stopped state, but sometimes the rotating body 154 is being rotated. A situation may occur in which the second movable member 210 falls. When such a situation occurs, the rotating body 154 may be sandwiched between the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255, and the rotating body 154 may malfunction.

  However, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 15, the rotating body 154 in the rotating state is paired with the pair of combined decorative portions 255 by the entry suppressing portion 256 provided between the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255. , 255 is prevented from entering between the two. Thereby, it is suppressed that the rotary body 154 is pinched | interposed between a pair of union decoration parts 255 and 255, and the malfunction of the rotation body 154 at the time of a pair of union decoration parts 255 and 255 uniting is suppressed. Is possible. In addition, since the entry suppression unit 256 has an arc shape with a smaller curvature than the circle of the rotation region R2 of the rotator 154, when the rotating rotator 154 collides with the entry suppression unit 256, the entry suppression unit It is suppressed that 256 prevents rotation of the rotary body 154.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 5, the entry suppressing portion 256 is formed in an arc shape along the outer peripheral portion of the central portion in the major axis direction of the ellipse of the rotating body 154, so that the rotating body 154 and a pair of combined bodies When the decorative portions 255 and 255 are combined, the entry suppressing portion 256 can be disposed along the outer peripheral portion of the rotating body 154, and the entry suppressing portion 256 is made inconspicuous and is paired with the rotating body 154. The sense of unity with 255 and 255 can be increased. Further, the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255 are made of an opaque material, whereas the entry suppressing portion 256 is made of a transparent material, so that the entry suppressing portion 256 is not noticeable and rotates. It is possible to further increase the sense of unity between the body 154 and the pair of combined decorative portions 255 and 255.

  Next, the returning operation of the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 after the combination will be described. In this embodiment, when the 2nd movable member 210 is arrange | positioned in a 2nd production position, the receiving drive source 274 will be in an OFF state, and the receiving member 271 will return to a receiving position. In this state, when the above-described first effect end condition is satisfied, the second movable member 210 is pushed up by the first movable member 110 and moves to the second standby position. As shown in FIG. 19A, when the second movable member 210 rubs against the receiving member 271, the receiving member 271 is pushed rearward by the second movable member 210. Specifically, the receiving member 271 is pushed rearward by a portion (specifically, the end wall 257H) disposed above the receiving groove 257 in the second movable decorative portion 250. Here, in the present embodiment, the front end surface of the receiving member 271 is formed with the tip inclined surface 271K that is inclined so as to descend to the rear side, so the second movable member 210 that contacts the receiving member 271 from below. The (second movable decorative portion 250) is easy to move the receiving member 271 to the rear side.

  As shown in FIG. 19B, when the second movable member 210 is disposed at the second standby position, the receiving member 271 receives the urging force from the compression coil spring 273 and moves to the front side, thereby causing the second movable member 271 to move. It enters into the receiving groove 257 of the decoration part 250 and receives the second movable decoration part 250 from below. Thus, in this embodiment, when the 2nd movable member 210 is arrange | positioned in a 2nd standby position, the receiving member 271 can be arrange | positioned in a receiving position, without operating the receiving drive source 274 bothered. It is possible.

  This completes the description of the configuration of the gaming machine 10.

  Next, the effect of the gaming machine 10 will be described. In the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, when the first effect condition is satisfied, the first movable accessory device 110S drives the linear motion drive sources 124 and 124 to move the first movable member 110 from the first standby position to the first standby position. Move to 1 production position. When the first effect end condition is satisfied, the first movable accessory device 110S drives the linear drive sources 124 and 124 to return the first movable member 110 to the first standby position.

  Here, in the vertical movement of the first movable member 110, if the movement speeds of the pair of first linear motion members 130 and 130 are shifted, it becomes difficult to smoothly move the first movable member 110, and the first movable decorative portion. A malfunction such as the stop of the movement of 150 may occur. On the other hand, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, the first linear motion members 130 and 130 and the first movable decorative portion 150 are rotatably connected by the first rotation connecting portions 140 and 140. Even when the moving speed of the pair of first linear motion members 130, 130 is shifted, the shift is absorbed by the first movable decorative portion 150 being inclined with respect to the first linear motion member 130. Is possible. Thereby, it becomes possible to move the 1st linear motion members 130 and 130 smoothly, and it becomes possible to suppress the malfunctioning of the 1st movable decoration part 150. FIG.

  Further, in the gaming machine 10 of the present embodiment, when the second effect condition is satisfied before the first effect end condition is satisfied, the second movable accessory device 210S drives the receiving drive source 274 to generate the second effect condition. The movable member 210 is dropped from the second standby position to the second effect position.

  Here, the second movable member 210 configured so as to be freely dropped is compared with the first movable member 110 that controls the moving speed of the first linear motion members 130 and 130 by the linear motion driving sources 124 and 124. Since it is difficult to make the moving speeds (falling speeds) of the second linear motion members 230 and 230 the same, the second movable decorative part 250 is easily inclined to the left and right, and the movement of the second movable decorative part 250 is Malfunctions such as stopping may occur. On the other hand, in the gaming machine 10 according to the present embodiment, also in the second movable member 210, the second linear motion members 230, 230 and the second movable decorative portion 250 are rotated by the second rotary connecting portions 240, 240. Since the second movable decorative portion 250 is inclined with respect to the second linear motion member 230, it is possible to absorb the second linear motion members 230 and 230 smoothly, 2 It becomes possible to suppress the malfunction of the movable decorative part 250.

  In the present embodiment, since the second linear motion member 230 is disposed above the first linear motion member 130, the second linear motion member after dropping is driven by driving the first linear motion member 130. 230 can be restored to the position before dropping.

[Other Embodiments]
The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment. For example, the embodiments described below are also included in the technical scope of the present invention, and various other than the following can be made without departing from the scope of the invention. It can be changed and implemented.

  (1) In the above embodiment, the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 are configured to move in the vertical direction. However, if the plane is parallel to the front surface of the game board 11, for example, the horizontal direction It may be configured to move to. In this case, the second movable member 210 may be configured to be driven by a linear drive source that is different from the linear drive source 124 that drives the first movable member 110, or by a biasing means such as a spring. When the second production position is urged, the second production position is received by the receiving member and held at the second standby position, and the reception of the receiving member 271 is released, the second production is performed. The structure which moves to a position may be sufficient. In the above-described embodiment, it can be said that gravity is a biasing unit that biases the second movable member 210 to the second effect position.

  (2) In the above-described embodiment, the rotation connecting portions 140 and 240 are provided on both the first movable member 110 driven by the linear drive sources 124 and 124 and the second movable member 210 that can freely fall. However, the rotation connection part 240 may be provided only on the second movable member 210.

  (3) In the above-described embodiment, the pair of guide shafts 121 and 121 is illustrated as the linear motion guide 120. However, for example, a rod-like member having a guide groove may be used. In this case, the 1st linear motion member 130 and the 2nd linear motion member 230 are comprised with the slider engaged with a guide groove. Note that the guide groove may be one or plural.

  (4) In the above embodiment, the pair of first linear motion members 130 and 130 are driven by the separate linear motion drive sources 124 and 124, respectively, but the pair of first linear motion members The structure which drives 130 and 130 with a common linear drive source may be sufficient. Even in such a configuration, when a time difference occurs in the power transmission from the common linear motion drive source to the pair of first linear motion members 130, 130, the first movable decorative portion 150 is inclined 1 It is possible to absorb a shift in the moving speed between the pair of linear motion members 130 and 130.

  (5) In the above-described embodiment, the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 move downward from the first standby position and the second standby position to produce an effect related to the game. There may be an effect mode in which the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 move upward from the first standby position and the second standby position to perform an effect related to the game. Specifically, the first movable member 110 is disposed on the lower side of the display decoration frame 23, and the second movable member 210 is disposed on the lower side of the first movable member 110. Further, as a means for moving the second movable member 210 upward, for example, a compression coil spring or a tension coil spring is provided, and the second movable member 210 is biased upward, and the second movable member 210 is biased by the biasing force of the compression coil spring or the tension coil spring. The member 210 is moved to the second effect position.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Game machine 11 Game board 110 1st movable member 120 Linear motion guide 124 Direct motion drive source (drive source)
130 1st linear motion member 140 1st rotation connection part (rotation connection part)
150 1st movable decoration part 210 2nd movable member 230 2nd linear motion member 240 2nd rotation connection part 250 2nd movable decoration part 271 receiving member

In order to achieve the above object, the invention of claim 1 is directed to a pair of linear motion guides extending in parallel along the front surface of the game board and a linear motion 1 along each of the pair of linear motion guides. A pair of linear motion members; a movable decorative portion that is interposed between the pair of linear motion members and is movable in parallel with the pair of linear motion guides; and the movable decorative portion and each of the linear motion members A rotation connecting portion that is connected to the linear motion member so as to be rotatable about a rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction, and the pair of linear motion guides Has a receiving member that extends in the vertical direction and moves between a receiving position for receiving the movable decorative portion from below and a receiving release position for releasing the receiving of the movable decorative portion, The movable decorative portion falls downward when the receiving member is disposed at the receiving release position. The linear motion member configured to be configured to be configured to move along the linear motion guides is arranged on the upper side of the first linear motion member, which is driven by a drive source, and can freely fall. A second linear motion member, and the movable decorative portion includes a first movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of first linear motion members and a pair of the second linear motion members. A second movable decorative portion to be handed over, and the receiving member is a gaming machine configured to receive the second movable decorative portion from below .

According to the present invention, the movable decorative portion can be rotated about the rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction with respect to the linear motion member by the rotation connecting portion provided between the movable decorative portion and each linear motion member. Therefore, even when the moving speed of the pair of linear motion members is deviated, the deviation can be absorbed by the movable decorative portion being inclined with respect to the linear motion member. Thereby, it becomes possible to move a linear motion member smoothly, and it becomes possible to suppress the malfunctioning of a movable decoration part.

In particular, receiving stop member when placed in the receiving releasing position from the receiving position, in the case of a configuration in which a movable decoration which has been received from below by the receiving member to fall downward, the movable decorative portion Since it is difficult to make the falling speeds of both sides the same, the movable decorative part is easily inclined to the left and right, and it is possible to enjoy many benefits of the present invention.

Moreover, according to this invention, it becomes possible to move both the 1st linear motion member driven by a drive source, and the 2nd linear motion member which can be freely dropped smoothly, a 1st movable decoration part and a 2nd It is possible to suppress malfunctions in both of the movable decorative portions. In addition, since the second linear motion member is disposed above the first linear motion member, the second linear motion member after the fall is restored to the position before the fall by driving the first linear motion member. It becomes possible to do.

(5) In the above-described embodiment, the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 move downward from the first standby position and the second standby position to produce an effect related to the game. There may be an effect mode in which the first movable member 110 and the second movable member 210 move upward from the first standby position and the second standby position to perform an effect related to the game. Specifically, the first movable member 110 is disposed on the lower side of the display decoration frame 23, and the second movable member 210 is disposed on the lower side of the first movable member 110. Further, as a means for moving the second movable member 210 upward, for example, a compression coil spring or a tension coil spring is provided, and the second movable member 210 is biased upward, and the second movable member 210 is biased by the biasing force of the compression coil spring or the tension coil spring. The member 210 is moved to the second effect position.

The above embodiment includes the following features [1] to [3].

[1]
A pair of linear motion guides extending in parallel along the front surface of the game board;
A pair of linear motion members that linearly move along each of the pair of linear motion guides;
A movable decorative portion that is passed between the pair of linear motion members and is movable in parallel with the pair of linear motion guides;
A rotary connecting portion that is provided between the movable decorative portion and each of the linearly moving members, and connects the movable decorative portion to the linearly movable member so as to be rotatable around a rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction; A gaming machine equipped with.

[2]
The pair of linear motion guides extend in a vertical direction,
A receiving member that moves between a receiving position for receiving the movable decorative portion from below and a receiving release position for releasing the receiving of the movable decorative portion;
The game machine according to [1], wherein the movable decorative portion is configured to drop downward when the receiving member is disposed at the receiving release position.

According to the gaming machine of [1], the movable decorative portion is centered on the rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction with respect to the linear motion member by the rotation coupling portion provided between the movable decorative portion and each linear motion member. Since it is possible to rotate, even when the moving speed of the pair of linear motion members is deviated, the deviation can be absorbed by the movable decorative portion being inclined with respect to the linear motion member. Become. Thereby, it becomes possible to move a linear motion member smoothly, and it becomes possible to suppress the malfunctioning of a movable decoration part.

In particular, as in the gaming machine [2], when the receiving member is arranged from the receiving position to the receiving release position, the movable decorative portion received from below by the receiving member falls downward. In the case of the configuration, it is difficult to make the falling speeds on both sides of the movable decorative portion the same, so the movable decorative portion is easily tilted to the left and right, and it is possible to enjoy many benefits of the configuration of [1]. It becomes.

[3]
The linear motion members that linearly move along the linear motion guides include a first linear motion member that is driven by a drive source and a second linear motion that is disposed above the first linear motion member and can freely fall. A moving member, and
The movable decorative portion is provided with a first movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of first linear motion members, and a second movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of second linear motion members. ,
The gaming machine according to [2], wherein the receiving member is configured to receive the second movable decorative portion from below.

According to the gaming machine of [3], it is possible to smoothly move both the first linear motion member driven by the drive source and the second linear motion member that can freely fall, and the first movable decorative portion, It is possible to suppress malfunctions in both of the second movable decorative portions. In addition, since the second linear motion member is disposed above the first linear motion member, the second linear motion member after the fall is restored to the position before the fall by driving the first linear motion member. It becomes possible to do.

Claims (3)

  1. A pair of linear motion guides extending in parallel along the front surface of the game board;
    A pair of linear motion members that linearly move along each of the pair of linear motion guides;
    A movable decorative portion that is passed between the pair of linear motion members and is movable in parallel with the pair of linear motion guides;
    A rotary connecting portion that is provided between the movable decorative portion and each of the linearly moving members, and connects the movable decorative portion to the linearly movable member so as to be rotatable around a rotation axis extending in the front-rear direction; A gaming machine equipped with.
  2. The pair of linear motion guides extend in a vertical direction,
    A receiving member that moves between a receiving position for receiving the movable decorative portion from below and a receiving release position for releasing the receiving of the movable decorative portion;
    The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the movable decorative portion is configured to drop downward when the receiving member is disposed at the receiving release position.
  3. The linear motion members that linearly move along the linear motion guides include a first linear motion member that is driven by a drive source and a second linear motion that is disposed above the first linear motion member and can freely fall. A moving member, and
    The movable decorative portion is provided with a first movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of first linear motion members, and a second movable decorative portion that is passed to the pair of second linear motion members. ,
    The gaming machine according to claim 2, wherein the receiving member is configured to receive the second movable decorative portion from below.
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