JP4699288B2 - Movable presentation device for gaming machines - Google Patents

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JP4699288B2
JP4699288B2 JP2006152279A JP2006152279A JP4699288B2 JP 4699288 B2 JP4699288 B2 JP 4699288B2 JP 2006152279 A JP2006152279 A JP 2006152279A JP 2006152279 A JP2006152279 A JP 2006152279A JP 4699288 B2 JP4699288 B2 JP 4699288B2
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  The present invention is arranged on a decorative member facing a symbol display device that performs a game effect by variably displaying symbols, and a game machine that causes the effect member to perform a predetermined effect operation according to the game effect of the symbol display device. The present invention relates to an expression production device.

  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a decorative member (also referred to as a center accessory) disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on a board surface of a gaming board set in the machine. A symbol display device for playing a desired symbol variation game by varying and stopping and displaying various symbols in an opening formed in the member is configured. Then, the game balls hit on the board surface (game area) of the game board win a start winning device arranged at a position below the decorative member, so that a symbol variation game is performed on the symbol display device. ing. Also, in many pachinko machines, a movable effect device having a movable body that performs a required operation is arranged on the decorative member, and the movable body is operated in accordance with the symbol variation game on the symbol display device. This improves the production effect.

For example, as a movable presentation device, there is one provided with a plurality of movable members capable of reciprocating in the vertical direction below the decorative member (see Patent Document 1). Each movable member is fixed to the upper end of the rack, meshes with a pinion interlocked with the motor, and the rack moves up and down by the rotation of the pinion as the motor is driven to rotate. As the rack moves up and down, the movable member protrudes upward from the lower side of the decorative member and faces the front side of the symbol display device, or retreats to the inside of the decorative member.
JP 2001-137461 A

  In such a movable production device, it is required to move the movable member more greatly in order to improve the production effect. In the movable presentation device of Patent Document 1, the moving distance of the movable member is determined by the length of the rack. That is, it is necessary to lengthen the rack in order to move the movable member greatly, but it is difficult to secure a space for accommodating the rack in the decorative member under the recent trend of increasing the size of the symbol display device. It has been difficult to widen the operating range of the movable member.

  That is, the present invention has been proposed to solve these problems in view of the above-described problems inherent in the movable effect device for gaming machines according to the prior art, and is small in size and can greatly displace the effect member. An object of the present invention is to provide a movable production device for a gaming machine.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, a movable presentation device for a gaming machine according to claim 1 of the present application is
Arranged on the decorative member (12) facing the symbol display device (S) for variably displaying the symbol and performing a game effect, and in accordance with the game effect of the symbol display device (S), a predetermined effect is applied to the effect member (22). A movable production device for a gaming machine that performs production operations,
Driving means (30) disposed in a fixing portion (24) provided in the decorative member (12);
A base that is slidable in the vertical direction on the fixed portion (24) and that is linked to the drive means (30) and is moved up and down between the raised position and the lowered position by the drive means (30). Member (40);
The stage member (22) is provided, and the base member (40) is slidably arranged in a vertical direction between a first position and a second position displaced downward from the first position, A first rack (52) that is always biased downward;
A second rack (54) disposed on the base member (40) so as to be slidable in the vertical direction facing the first rack (52);
The base member (40) is rotatably disposed in a state of being engaged between the first rack (52) and the second rack (54), and one rack (52, 54) is rotated by the rotation. A transmission gear (56) for displacing the other rack (54, 52) on the opposite side of the displacement direction with respect to the base member (40).
The first rack (52) is provided with a first member that restricts downward displacement relative to the base member (40) in the second position by restricting downward displacement by the base member (40). 1 rack stopper (53a),
A second rack stopper provided on the second rack (54), wherein the upward displacement of the second rack (54) relative to the fixed portion (24) is restricted by the fixing portion (24). (55)
When the base member (40) is displaced downward from the raised position, the first rack (52) in the first position is biased by the first rack stopper (53a) against the base member (40). And is displaced downward until the position is regulated by
When the base member (40) is displaced upward from the lowered position, the position of the second rack stopper (55) is regulated by the fixed portion (24), and the first rack (52) is transmitted to the transmission gear (56). ) With respect to the base member (40) under the meshing action.
According to the first aspect of the present invention, when the base member is displaced downward from the raised position by the driving means, the first rack held at the first position with respect to the base member is displaced downward under the bias. Thus, the effect member can be displaced downward by a distance that is the sum of the downward displacement of the base member and the downward displacement of the first rack. Moreover, since the effect member is configured to operate by displacement between the base member and the first rack disposed on the base member, the vertical dimension of the base member and the first rack can be suppressed. That is, it is possible to achieve both space saving of the entire apparatus and a large operation of the effect member. Furthermore, since the base member and the first rack can be displaced in the vertical direction by one drive means, the number of parts can be reduced and the manufacturing cost can be kept low.

The invention according to claim 2 is the movable effect device for the gaming machine according to claim 1,
The first rack (52) and the second rack (54) are disposed within a range facing the base member (40) at the raised position of the base member (40).
According to the second aspect of the present invention, since the first rack and the second rack are arranged within the range facing the base member at the raised position of the base member, the entire apparatus can be further downsized.

The invention according to claim 3 is the movable presentation device for the gaming machine according to claim 1 or 2,
In the first rack (52) and the second rack (54), the connecting portions (52b, 54b) that mesh with the transmission gear (56) are set to the same length, and the first rack (52) and the second rack (54) faces the transmission gear (56) at the center in the up-down direction of each connecting portion (52b, 54b) at the raised position.
According to the invention of claim 3, the first rack and the second rack have the connecting portions set to the same length, and the transmission gear is sandwiched in the center in the vertical direction of each connecting portion at the raised position. Since it is the structure which faces, the other rack can also be displaced in the whole displacement range with respect to the base member in one rack. That is, the displacement range of both racks can be maximized without increasing the vertical dimension of the entire apparatus at the first position.

The invention according to claim 4 is the movable effect device for the gaming machine according to claim 3,
The first rack stopper (53a) has a base member (40) at a second position where the first rack (52) is displaced downward by half the length of the connecting portion (52b) with respect to the base member (40). The position is restricted by engaging with.
According to the fourth aspect of the invention, the first rack stopper is positioned and regulated by engaging the base member at the second position where the first rack is displaced downward by half the length of the first rack stopper with respect to the base member. Therefore, the displacement range of the first rack can be maximized and the effect member can be greatly displaced.

  According to the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to the present invention, the effect member can be operated largely without taking up a large installation space of the entire device, and the visual effect of the effect member can be improved. This can further increase the interest of the game.

  Next, preferred embodiments of the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to the present invention will be described below with reference to the accompanying drawings. The front-rear direction of the game board and the movable effect device is designated with the side facing the player side as the front side.

  As shown in FIG. 1, a gaming board 10 of a pachinko machine as a gaming machine according to an embodiment has a gaming area defined by rails that are curved in a substantially circular shape, and the symbol display device S is placed at the rear of the game display area S. A decorative member 12 is disposed so as to face from the outside. Below the decoration member 12 in the game board 10, a start winning tool C having a switch (not shown) for detecting a game ball is provided. When a game ball wins the starting prize C, a symbol change game is started on the symbol display device S, and as a result, a specific symbol combination (for example, a triple of the same symbols) is displayed. A special game (so-called jackpot) advantageous to the player is generated. At the lower position of the start winning tool C, a door-like opening / closing plate provided at the special prize opening can change from a normal closed state to an open state in accordance with driving of a rear electromagnetic solenoid (not shown). A large electric special prize-winning device D configured as described above is arranged, and when a special game occurs, the open / close plate is opened and the game ball wins a special prize-winning hole, thereby allowing a ball tray (not shown) to Prize balls are paid out. The decorative member 12 is a large member that occupies most of the game area, and a frame-shaped main body having a visible display unit that faces the symbol display device S is provided in a mounting hole (not shown) in the game board 10. ) In the state of being inserted from the front side to the game board 10 by screws.

  A movable effect device 20 having a large effect body K imitating the head of a character related to a symbol combination game, for example, is disposed at a position of the decorative member 12 facing the symbol display device S. (See Figure 1). The effect body K of the embodiment is provided on the front surface of the front cover 14 that is assembled so as to cover the upper front surface of the decorative member 12, and the fixed effect member 16 that forms the right half of the effect body K and the left half of the effect body K. None, composed of a movable effect member (effect member) 22 operated by the movable effect device 20. In the movable effect device 20, in accordance with the symbol combination game on the symbol display device S, the movable effect member 22 is aligned with the fixed effect member 16 and is put on standby as an effect body K. A variety of performances can be performed by moving up and down between the posture and the posture of the design display device S by shifting downward from the standby posture and facing the front of the symbol display device S. Note that the movable effect device 20 is configured to always allow the movable effect member 22 to stand by in a standby posture.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 to 5, the movable effect device 20 includes a case member (fixed portion) 24 attached to the decorative member 12, a driving means 30 provided on the case member 24, and the driving means 30. A base unit 40 that is displaced in the vertical direction, a movable effect member 22, and a movable unit 50 that is provided on the base member 40 and is displaced by the vertical displacement of the base member 40. It can be handled as The case member 24 is a box-like member configured by combining the front half body 25 and the rear half body 26, and a base member 40 and a later-described transmission portion 31 of the driving means 30 are arranged between the half halves 25 and 26. (See FIG. 5). A rear groove portion 26a that extends in the vertical direction and opens downward is formed on the left side of the rear half body 26, and a base member 40 is slidably disposed along the rear groove portion 26a. The front half 25 is formed with a front groove 25a that extends in the vertical direction and opens downward, facing the front surface of a first rack 52, which will be described later, in the movable portion 50 disposed on the base member 40. Projections 53a and 53b, which will be described later, provided on the front surface of one rack 52 face the front side of the case member 24 via the front groove 25a.

  The driving means 30 is composed of a motor M disposed on the front surface of the front half 25 and a transmission unit 31 including a plurality of gears 32, 34, and 36 for transmitting the rotation of the motor M. A stepping motor that rotates forward and backward under the rotation speed control of the control means P is employed. Here, the motor M is disposed so as to be positioned behind the fixed effect member 16 fixed to the front cover 14 when the case member 24 is assembled to the decorative member 12. The motor M is disposed on the upper right side of the front half body 25 with its rotary shaft facing rearward, and faces the front half body 25 and the rear half body 26 at the tip of the rotary shaft that has penetrated the front half body 25. The first gear 32 is fixed. That is, by providing the motor M at a position aligned with the fixed effect member 16 and storing it in the fixed effect member 16, even if the motor M is provided on the front surface of the case member 24, the motor M is not exposed. Therefore, the space behind the case member 24 can be used effectively. Further, as shown in FIG. 6, a second gear 34 that meshes with the lower side of the first gear 32 is pivotally supported between the front half body 25 and the rear half body 26. Further, a third gear 36 that meshes with the lower side of the second gear 34 and meshes with a tooth portion 42a (described later) of the base member 40 is pivotally supported between the front half body 25 and the rear half body 26 to rotate the motor M. Is transmitted to the base member 40 via a transmission 31 composed of three gears: a first gear 32, a second gear 34, and a third gear 36. In the transmission unit 31 of the embodiment, the number of teeth of the second gear 34 is set larger than that of the first gear 32, and the number of teeth of the third gear 36 is set larger than that of the second gear 34. Thus, the rotation of the motor M is sequentially decelerated.

  The base member 40 is set to have a substantially rectangular middle plate 42 that is longer in the vertical direction than the vertical dimension of the case member 24, and is set to have substantially the same dimensions as the middle plate 42. A front plate 44 assembled at a predetermined interval is overlapped with a rear plate 46 set substantially the same as the vertical dimension of the intermediate plate 42 and assembled at a rear left and right center of the intermediate plate 42 at a predetermined interval. These are configured together (see FIG. 5). The base member 40 is held so as to sandwich the left and right edges of the rear groove portion 26a of the case member 24 in the gap between the middle plate 42 and the rear plate 46, and is slidable in the vertical direction along the rear groove portion 26a. Established. The movable portion 50 is operably disposed between the intermediate plate 42 and the front plate 44. Further, the intermediate plate 42 is provided with a tooth portion 42a across the entire upper and lower sides on the side surface facing the speed change portion 31 (the right side surface in the embodiment), and this tooth portion 42a meshes with the third gear 36 to form the third gear 36a. The rotation of the gear 36 is converted into a linear movement in the vertical direction with respect to the case member 24 of the intermediate plate 42 (base member 40).

  The base member 40 is locked to the upper end of the rear groove portion 26a, and the upward displacement is restricted at the raised position. At this time, the base member 40 is housed inside the case member 24 and the base member 40 The lower part of the tooth part 42a meshes with the third gear 36 (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 6). In addition, the base member 40 has a pair of protrusions 26b and 26b provided at the lower portions of the left and right edges of the rear groove portion 26a, respectively, and locking pieces 46a and 46a formed by protruding left and right on the upper portion of the rear plate 46 correspondingly. It is locked and the downward displacement is restricted at the lowered position. At this time, the base member 40 protrudes downward from the case member 24, and the upper portion of the tooth portion 42a of the base member 40 meshes with the third gear 36 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 8). The front plate 44 is made of a transparent member so that the constituent members 52, 54, and 56 of the movable portion 50 sandwiched between the middle plate 42 and the front plate 44 can be viewed from the front side. In the process, the positional relationship between the constituent members 52, 54, and 56 of the movable portion 50 can be easily confirmed.

  The movable portion 50 is integrally displaced up and down as the base member 40 is displaced vertically, and in conjunction with the vertical displacement of the base member 40, the movable effect member 22 provided on the movable portion 50 is further moved up and down relative to the base member 40. It is configured to be displaced in the direction. The movable portion 50 is disposed to face the front surface of the intermediate plate 42 in the base member 40 so as to be spaced apart from each other in the left-right direction, and can be slidably displaced in the vertical direction, and the first rack 52 and the first rack 52 A transmission gear 56 is rotatably arranged on the base member 40 while being engaged with and held by the second racks 54 (see FIG. 6). Further, in the movable portion 50, the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 are connected via the transmission gear 56, and on the opposite side of the displacement direction of the one rack 52 (54) with respect to the base member 40, the transmission gear 56 is connected. The other rack 54 (52) is configured to be displaced with respect to the base member 40 under the rotation (see FIGS. 6 to 9).

  The first rack 52 is set to be substantially the same as the vertical dimension of the base member 40, and a first rail groove 52a provided on the rear surface thereof is formed on one side of the front surface of the intermediate plate 42 of the base member 40 (in the embodiment, a speed change The first rail 42b projecting along the vertical direction on the right side which is the portion 31 side is fitted to be slidable in the vertical direction between the middle plate 42 and the front plate 44. In addition, the first rack 52 is formed with a tooth-like first connecting portion 52b over the entire upper and lower sides on the left side facing the second rack 54 that is disposed opposite to the first rack 52, and the first connecting portion 52b serves as the base member 40. At the center, the transmission gear 56 pivotally supported between the middle plate 42 and the front plate 44 is engaged. The first rack 52 overlaps with the front surface of the base member 40 and is positioned within a range facing the front surface (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 6), and is displaced downward from the first position. The second position is configured to slide relative to the base member 40 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 8). That is, at the first position of the first rack 52, the central portion in the vertical direction of the first linkage portion 52b is opposed to the transmission gear 56, and the distance from the center to the upper end of the first linkage portion 52b is The rack displacement distance is allowed to be displaced downward. Note that the rack displacement distance of the first rack 52 set to be approximately the same as the vertical dimension of the base member 40 is shorter than the displacement distance of the base member 40. In the embodiment, the distance between the raised position and the lowered position of the base member 40 is as follows. The displacement distance between them is about 2/3.

  The second rack 54 is set to have the same vertical dimension as that of the first rack 52, and the second rail groove 54a provided on the rear surface of the second rack 54 is provided on the other side of the base plate 42 on the front surface of the intermediate plate 42 (in the embodiment, the speed change). It is fitted to a second rail 42c projecting along the vertical direction on the left side (separated from the portion 31) and is slidable in the vertical direction between the middle plate 42 and the front plate 44. Further, the second rack 54 is formed with a tooth-like second linking portion 54 b on the entire right and left sides facing the first rack 52, and the second linking portion 54 b is connected to the transmission gear 56. It is designed to mesh. The second rack 54 is located in the first rack 52 at the first position so that the entirety of the second rack 54 overlaps with the front surface of the base member 40 and faces the front surface in the same manner as the first rack 52 (FIG. 2 or FIG. 6). (See FIG. 4 or FIG. 8). In the second position of the first rack 52, the base member 40 is displaced to a position protruding upward opposite to the first rack 52. As described above, the movable portion 50 is configured so that the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 face the front surface range of the base member 40 and move downward from the base member 40 at the raised position where the base member 40 is accommodated in the case member 24. Or it arrange | positions so that it may not protrude upwards (refer FIG. 6), and the movable production | generation member 22 is in a stand-by posture at this time. In contrast, the movable portion 50 is in a state in which the first rack 52 is displaced downward to the second position protruding downward from the base member 40 at the lowered position of the base member 40, and at this time, the movable effect member 22 is maximized. It is in a lowered production posture.

  The connecting portions 52b and 54b that mesh with the transmission gear 56 in the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 are set to have the same length. In addition, the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 face the center in the vertical direction of each of the connecting portions 52b and 54b in the raised position (see FIG. 6). Further, in the movable portion 50, the first rack 52 is always biased downward, and accordingly, the second rack 54 is always biased upward via the transmission gear 56. ing. In the movable unit 50 of the embodiment, the first rack 52 and the movable effect member 22 provided in the first rack 52 are set so that the total weight thereof is heavier than the second rack 54, so that the first rack 52 is attached to the member. It is urged downward by its own weight including.

  A pair of protrusions 53a, 53b are provided on the front surface of the first rack 52 so as to be spaced apart in the vertical direction, and the lower protrusion (lower protrusion) 53a restricts downward displacement by the base member 40. Thus, the first rack 52 functions as a first rack stopper for restricting downward displacement relative to the base member 40 at the second position (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 8). Specifically, the front plate 44 is provided with a long hole 44a extending in the vertical direction corresponding to the front side of the first rack 52, and both protrusions 53a and 53b are formed through the long hole 44a. It faces the front side. The long hole 44a is formed to allow displacement between the first position and the second position in the first rack 52. At the second position of the first rack 52, the lower protrusion 53a is formed at the lower end edge thereof. In addition, in the embodiment, in the first position of the first rack 52, the upper protrusion (upper protrusion) 53b comes into contact with the upper end edge of the long hole 44a. (See FIG. 6). The lower protrusion 53a as the first rack stopper has a long hole 44a in the base member 40 at a second position where the first rack 52 is displaced downward by half the length of the first connecting portion 52b with respect to the base member 40. The position is regulated by abutting against the lower end edge.

  The second rack 54 includes a second rack stopper 55 that restricts upward displacement of the second rack 54 relative to the case member 24 by the case member 24 serving as a fixed portion. The second rack stopper 55 projects from the left side surface of the second rack 54 in a substantially central portion in the vertical direction toward the left side. The rear half body 26 of the case member 24 is provided with an upper locking portion 28 on the protruding side of the second rack stopper 55 in the second rack 54, and the second rack stopper 55 contacts the upper locking portion 28. Thus, the upward displacement of the second rack 54 is restricted. The upper locking portion 28 of the embodiment is a part of a wall portion that is provided along the side of the second rack 54 in the vertical direction, and this wall portion is formed by the second rack stopper 55. A portion bent in a crank shape in a direction away from the second rack 54 in the displacement range and extending in the upper left and right direction in the crank portion functions as the upper locking portion 28.

  The upper locking portion 28 is positioned above the second rack stopper 55 on the movement locus of the second rack stopper 55, and the base member 40 is below the raised position by the rack displacement distance of the first rack 52. The upper locking portion 28 is disposed so as to come into contact with the second rack stopper 55 from the position displaced to the position (contact position) to the raised position (see FIGS. 6, 7 and 9). . The movable portion 50 is configured such that, when the base member 40 is raised, the second rack stopper 55 is restricted from being displaced upward by the upper locking portion 28 under the downward bias of the first rack 52, and the first rack 52 It is held at the first position against the downward bias (see FIG. 6). In addition, the movable portion 50 is configured such that the first rack 52 is displaced upward or downward according to the upward or downward displacement distance of the base member 40 between the raised position and the contact position of the base member 40, and In the contact position, the lower protrusion 53a is configured to abut against the lower edge of the long hole 44a to restrict the downward displacement of the first rack (see FIGS. 4 and 8). When the base member 40 is displaced upward from the lowered position, when the base member 40 is displaced upward to the contact position, the position of the second rack stopper 55 is regulated by the upper locking portion 28 and the first rack 52 is displaced. Is displaced upward with respect to the base member 40 under meshing action with the transmission gear 56.

  A slide block 18 serving as an installation base of the movable effect member 22 is attached to the front ends of the two protrusions 53a and 53b in the first rack 52 so as to face the front side of the case member 24. A pair of bosses 18a, 18a are provided on the front surface of the slide block 18 so as to be linearly arranged in the vertical direction, and are formed on the front cover 14 so as to extend linearly along the vertical direction and open downward. Both bosses 18a, 18a face the front side through the groove 14a (see FIG. 5). The movable effect member 22 is attached to the front ends of the boss portions 18a, 18a in a state of covering the first rack 52 and the slide block 18, and the base member 40 and the first rack 52 are displaced from the standby posture as the base member 40 and the first rack 52 are vertically displaced. It is configured to move to the production posture.

  The movable effect device 20 includes a position detection means 60 that detects a standby posture (the raised position of the base member 40) that is the origin of the movable effect member 22, and the control means P based on the detection result of the position detection means 60. The motor M is configured to be controlled. Specifically, a photosensor 60 including a light emitting portion and a light receiving portion is used as the position detection means, and the photosensor 60 is in a state where the light emitting portion and the light receiving portion are separated from each other in the left-right direction on the rear surface of the front cover 14. Arranged (see FIG. 2). The slide block 18 is provided with a detected piece 18b on the front surface thereof, and the detected piece 18b faces a gap between the light emitting portion and the light receiving portion in the standby posture, and the base member 40 is lifted from the raised position. When the slide block 18 is displaced downward along with the downward displacement and the downward displacement from the first position of the first rack 52, the detected piece 18b is removed from the gap between the light emitting portion and the light receiving portion. The photosensor 60 determines that the movable effect member 22 is in the standby posture on the condition that the detected piece 18b is located in the gap between the light emitting unit and the light receiving unit (in the embodiment, in the control unit P). It outputs with respect to the below-mentioned effect control board P3) P. Further, the photosensor 60 outputs to the control means P that the movable effect member 22 is in the effect posture, on condition that the detected piece 18b is out of the gap between the light emitting part and the light receiving part. It has become. In this manner, control is facilitated by detecting the position of the movable effect member 22 by the photosensor 60.

  Under the control of the control means P, the movable effect device 20 operates the movable effect member 22 in conjunction with the symbol display device S, light emitting means such as LEDs and lamps, sound output means or other movable effect devices. It is supposed to let you. As shown in FIG. 10, the control means P of the embodiment controls the main control board P1 that comprehensively controls the entire gaming machine, and controls the symbol display device S, the light emitting means, and the like under the control of the main control board P1. There is a sub-control board P2 and an effect control board P3 that controls the movable effect device 20 under the control of the sub-general control board P2, and the position information of the movable effect member 22 by the photosensor 60 is the effect control board P3. Is input. The effect control board P3 starts to rotate the motor M based on the signal from the sub-general control board P2, and the movable effect member 22 is operating normally due to the non-detection of the detected piece 18b from the photosensor 60. This is determined, and the motor M is driven in one direction for the required rotation (while reaching the descending position from the ascending position) under the rotational speed control. After that, the effect control board P3 controls the motor M to stop when the photo sensor 60 detects the detected piece 18b by rotating the motor M in the reverse direction.

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Next, the operation of the movable effect device 20 for the pachinko machine according to the embodiment will be described. In the movable effect device 20, it is assumed that the movable effect member 22 is in a standby posture (the raised position of the base member 40 and the first position of the first rack 52) (see FIGS. 2 and 6).

  A game ball that has been launched in the game area of the game board 10 in accordance with a player's game operation wins a winning prize C, and a symbol change game is performed on the symbol display device S. The expression effect device 20 is also driven and controlled by the control means P so as to perform a predetermined effect. Specifically, when the motor M is rotationally driven in one direction, the gears 32, 34, 36 of the transmission unit 31 are rotated, and the third gear 36 and the tooth portion 42 a of the base member 40 are engaged with each other. The rotation of the transmission unit 31 is converted into the linear motion of the base member 40, and the base member 40 is displaced downward from the raised position with respect to the case member 24. Further, as the base member 40 is displaced downward, the first rack 52 is displaced downward under a biasing force due to its own weight or the like, so that the second rack 54 is biased upward via the transmission gear 56. The contact state between the second rack stopper 55 and the upper locking portion 28 is maintained. That is, the position of the second rack 54 does not change with respect to the case member 24, the base member 40 is displaced downward, and the downward displacement of the first rack 52 is allowed by the downward displacement distance of the base member 40. The And the movable production | generation member 22 which comprised the production | presentation body K integrally with the fixed production | presentation member 16 isolate | separates with the downward displacement of the base member 40 and the 1st rack 52, and moves downward, A movable production | generation member 22 is started (see FIG. 3 or FIG. 7).

  When the base member 40 is displaced downward by the rack displacement distance of the first rack 52 and reaches below the contact position, the second rack stopper 55 is separated from the upper locking portion 28, and the second rack 54. The upward displacement restriction state at is released. At this time, the lower protrusion 53a of the first rack 52 contacts the lower end edge of the long hole 44a, and the downward displacement of the first rack 52 is restricted against the downward urging of the first rack 52, and the second position. Held in. The base member 40 is further displaced downward while the first rack 52 is held at the second position, and arrives at the lowered position. The protrusions 26b and 26b provided on the case member 24 are engaged with the locking pieces 46a of the rear plate 46. 46a are locked and the downward displacement is restricted (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 8). As described above, the movable effect member 22 is configured such that, as a whole, the base member 40 has a displacement distance from the rising position to the lowering position with respect to the case member 24, and the first rack 52 is from the first position to the second position with respect to the base member 40. The rack can be greatly displaced downward from the standby posture by a distance including the rack displacement distance.

  When the movable effect member 22 is displaced downward from the standby posture, the distance obtained by combining the downward displacement of the base member 40 and the downward displacement of the first rack 52 between the rising position of the base member 40 and the contact position. Only the distance of the downward displacement of the base member 40 is displaced between the contact position and the lowered position. That is, since the displacement speed of the movable effect member 22 can be changed between the ascending position and the abutting position of the base member 40 and between the abutting position and the descending position, it is simply displaced at a constant speed. In comparison, the production effect can be further improved. In addition, since the second rack stopper 55 is separated from the upper locking portion 28 between the contact position of the base member 40 and the lowered position, the first rack 52 is urged downward by the lower protrusion 53a. Although the downward displacement is restricted but the upward displacement is not restricted, the contact state between the second rack stopper 55 and the upper locking portion 28 is released and the displacement speed of the movable effect member 22 is changed. In addition, when the base member 40 is stopped, the movable effect member 22 can be caused to perform irregular operations such as up and down shaking. In addition, when the movable effect member 22 is displaced upward, the displacement speed of the movable effect member 22 changes similarly with the contact position as a boundary.

  When the control means P rotates the motor M by a predetermined number of rotations in one direction and displaces the base member 40 downward to arrive at the lowered position, the control means P switches the rotation direction of the motor M to the reverse direction. 40 is displaced upward. When the base member 40 is displaced upward from the lowered position, the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 are displaced upward while the first rack 52 is held at the second position, and the movable effect member 22 is also displaced upward. The Further, when the base member 40 is displaced upward to the contact position, the second rack stopper 55 contacts the upper locking portion 28, whereby the upward displacement of the second rack 54 relative to the case member 24 is restricted. (See FIG. 9). Further, the base member 40 is displaced upward beyond the contact position, so that the base member 40 is engaged with the second connecting portion 54 b of the second rack 54 whose position is restricted with respect to the case member 24. Since the transmission gear 56 that is displaced upward rolls, the first rack 52 is displaced upward from the second position. That is, when the base member 40 is displaced upward beyond the contact position, the first rack 52 is displaced upward by a displacement distance upward of the base member 40, and the base member 40 reaches the raised position. The first rack 52 reaches the first position within the front surface range of the base member 40, and the second rack 54 also falls within the front surface range of the base member. At this time, on the condition that the photo sensor 60 detects the detected piece 18b, the rotation drive of the motor M is stopped by the control means P, the movable effect member 22 is held in the standby posture, and is integrated with the fixed effect member 16. To produce the production body K again (see FIG. 6).

  In addition, the base member 40 is reciprocated once between the raised position and the lowered position, and the base member 40 is raised not only in the operation of reciprocating the movable effect member 22 between the standby posture and the lowest effect posture. It is also possible to cause the movable effect member 22 to perform complicated operations by reciprocating a plurality of times between the position and the lowered position, moving up and down in the middle of the downward or upward displacement, and temporarily stopping in the middle. It is.

  In the movable effect device 20, the movable effect member 22 is not limited to the displacement distance of the base member 40 that is displaced by the driving means 30, but is greatly displaced within the range in which the rack displacement distance of the first rack 52 is added to this displacement distance. The visual effect by the operation of the movable effect member 22 can be improved. For example, in order to obtain the same displacement range as the movable effect member 22 of the embodiment with a single rack linked to the driving means, a rack having the same length as the displacement range is required. There is a problem that it becomes large or the rack protrudes upward or downward and interferes with other members. On the other hand, in the movable presentation device 20 of the embodiment, the movable presentation member 22 is operated by the vertical displacement of the base member 40 with respect to the case member 24 and the vertical displacement of the first rack 52 with respect to the base member 40. The base member 40 or the first rack 52 having the same length as the displacement range of the movable effect member 22 is not necessary, and the vertical dimension of the base member 40 and the first rack 52 can be suppressed. Moreover, since the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 are arranged within the range facing the base member 40 at the raised position of the base member 40, the entire apparatus can be further miniaturized and the base member 40 can be further reduced in size. Alternatively, it is possible to avoid the interference between the first rack 52 and other members and to effectively use the space of the game board 10. Thus, according to the movable effect device 20, it is possible to achieve both space saving of the entire device and a large operation of the movable effect member 22.

  When the base member 40 is displaced downward from the raised position by the rotational drive of the motor M, the first rack 52 held at the first position with respect to the base member 40 is displaced downward under the downward bias by its own weight or the like. Therefore, no separate driving means is required to displace the first rack 52 downward. Further, when the base member 40 is displaced upward from the lowered position, the second rack stopper 55 comes into contact with the upper locking portion 28 and the upward displacement of the second rack 54 is restricted, and accordingly the first rack 52 is moved to the first position. Since the first rack 52 is pulled up from the second position, no separate driving means is required to move the first rack 52 upward. That is, since the base member 40 and the first rack 52 can be displaced in the vertical direction by one motor M, the number of parts can be reduced and the manufacturing cost can be kept low. In addition, when the base member 40 is in the raised position, the first rack 52 is held in the first position against the downward urging of the second rack 54 by the second rack stopper 55 against the downward biasing by its own weight or the like. Therefore, it is not necessary to adopt a separate means for holding the movable effect member 22 in the standby posture, and the manufacturing cost can be further reduced.

  When the base member 40 is displaced upward or downward between the raised position and the contact position of the base member 40, the movable effect member 22 moves the first rack 52 upward or downward by the same distance as this displacement distance. In this configuration, the motor M displaces the base member 40 by a distance of 1, whereas the movable effect member 22 can be displaced by a distance of 2 times this. That is, since the displacement distance of the movable effect member 22 can be increased with respect to the rotation amount of the motor M, there is no need to increase the rotation amount of the motor M, noise or vibration caused by increasing the rotation amount, or to the motor M. The load of can be suppressed.

  The movable part 50 transmits the first rack 52 and the second rack 54 to the center in the vertical direction of the connecting parts 52b and 54b in the ascending position while the connecting parts 52b and 54b are set to the same length. Since the configuration is such that the gear 56 is interposed, the other rack 54 (52) can be displaced in the entire displacement range of the one rack 52 (54) relative to the base member 40. That is, the displacement range of both racks 52 and 54 can be maximized without increasing the vertical dimension of the entire movable effect device 20 at the raised position of the base member 40. Further, since the lower protrusion 53a is configured to be engaged with the base member 40 at the second position where the first rack 52 is displaced downward by half the length of the base member 40, the first protrusion 52a is regulated. The movable range member 22 can be greatly displaced by maximizing the displacement range of the rack 52.

(Example of change)
The configuration of the movable effect device is not limited to that of the embodiment, and various changes can be made as follows.
(1) Although a part of the movable effect member is moved up and down, the entire effector may be operated. Moreover, the structure which provides a some movable production | presentation member and moves each up and down may be sufficient.
(2) In the embodiment, the driving means and the base member are arranged on the case member as the fixing portion. However, the driving means and the base member may be directly attached to the decorative member. In this case, the decorative member becomes the fixed portion.
(3) In the embodiment, by setting the total weight of the first rack and the movable effect member provided in the first rack to be heavier than the second rack, the first rack is always urged downward. Although it is a structure, it is not limited to this structure, The structure which urges | biases a 1st rack toward the downward direction by elastic means, such as a spring and rubber | gum, can also be employ | adopted. In addition, by biasing the second rack upward, the first rack is indirectly biased downward via the transmission gear by the upward biasing of the second rack, and can be employed in the present invention.
(4) The driving means is not limited to a motor, and various rotary actuators such as a rotary solenoid, and linear actuators such as a linearly driven solenoid and cylinder can be used.
(5) In the embodiment, a liquid crystal-type symbol display device is arranged on the decorative member so as to perform the main game effect. However, any display may be used as long as the symbol is variably displayed such as a drum type or a belt type. .
(6) The game machine in which the movable presentation device is arranged is not limited to a pachinko machine, but may be an arrangement ball machine, a pachinko slot machine, or the like, and includes a decorative member on which a symbol display device that performs the main game presentation faces. Any of them may be used.
(7) In the embodiment, by setting the displacement distance of the base member to be larger than the rack displacement distance of the first rack, the second rack stopper is separated from the upper locking portion between the contact position and the lowered position. In this state, only the base member is displaced without restricting the upward displacement of the first rack, and the displacement speed of the movable effect member is changed. However, the displacement distance of the base member and the rack displacement distance of the first rack are the same. By setting to, the contact position and the lowering position may be set to be the same position. In this case, the movable effect member is vertically displaced by a distance obtained by adding the displacement distance of the base member and the rack displacement distance of the first rack, and the displacement speed does not change as long as the rotation speed of the motor is constant.

(8) In the embodiment, the groove portion of the front cover extends linearly in the vertical direction, but as shown in FIG. 11, the upper portion of the groove portion 14b of the front cover 14 faces the fixed effect member 16 side. A configuration in which the movable effect member 22 is guided in proximity to the fixed effect member 16 side in a standby posture can also be adopted. That is, the movable effect member 22 that is held by the first rack and is displaced up and down as the first rack and the base member are displaced up and down projects from the front surface of the slide block 18 that is located on the rear side of the front cover 14 and projects into the groove 14b. Are attached to the front ends of the boss portions 18a, 18a facing the front side. Then, by bending the upper portion of the groove portion 14b toward the fixed effect member 16 side, the boss portions 18a and 18a are guided by the groove portion 14b, and only the movable effect member 22 is displaced in the direction approaching the fixed effect member 16 side. The movable effect member 22 can be brought into close contact with the fixed effect member 16 in the standby posture, and the sense of unity as the effect body K can be improved. On the other hand, when the movable effect member 22 is shifted to the effect posture, the boss portions 18 a and 18 a are guided by the groove portion 14 b and the movable effect member 22 is displaced in a direction away from the fixed effect member 16. And interference with the fixed effect member 16 can be avoided.

(9) In the embodiment, the effect member is configured to shift to the effect posture by moving the base member downward from the standby posture that is the ascending position of the base member, but either the lowered position or the raised position of the base member is used. A configuration may be adopted in which one is in a standby posture and displaced in the other. That is,
A movable effect device for a gaming machine that is arranged on a decorative member facing a symbol display device that displays a game by variably displaying symbols, and causes the effect member to perform a predetermined effect operation in accordance with the game effect of the symbol display device. Because
Driving means disposed on a fixed portion provided on the decorative member;
A base member that is slidably arranged in the up-and-down direction on the fixed portion, is connected to the drive means, and is moved up and down between the raised position and the lowered position by the drive means;
The effect member is provided, is slidably arranged in the vertical direction on the base member, and the base is between the first position and a second position displaced downward or above the first position. A first rack that is displaced in the same direction as the displacement direction of the member and is always biased downward;
A second rack disposed on the base member so as to be slidable in the vertical direction facing the first rack;
The base member is rotatably disposed in a state of being engaged between the first rack and the second rack, and the other rack is disposed on the opposite side of the displacement direction with respect to the base member of the one rack by the rotation. A transmission gear to be displaced;
A first rack stopper provided in the first rack, the downward displacement of the first rack relative to the base member being restricted by the base member;
A second rack stopper provided on the second rack, the displacement of the second rack being restricted upward by the fixing portion, and the displacement of the second rack relative to the fixing portion being restricted;
When the base member is displaced downward from the raised position, the first rack is displaced downward until the position of the first rack is restricted by the first rack stopper with respect to the base member.
When the base member is displaced upward from the lowered position, the position of the second rack stopper is restricted by the fixed portion, and the first rack is displaced upward with respect to the base member under meshing action with the transmission gear. You may comprise.
According to this configuration, when the base member is displaced toward the ascending position or the descending position by the driving means, the first rack held by the base member is urged downward or the second rack stopper is brought into contact with the fixing portion. The contact member is displaced relative to the base member in the same direction as the base member. Therefore, the effect member can be displaced by a distance obtained by combining the displacement of the base member and the displacement of the first rack. Moreover, since the effect member is configured to operate by displacement between the base member and the first rack disposed on the base member, the vertical dimension of the base member and the first rack can be suppressed. That is, it is possible to achieve both space saving of the entire apparatus and a large operation of the effect member. Furthermore, since the base member and the first rack can be displaced in the vertical direction by one drive means, the number of parts can be reduced and the manufacturing cost can be kept low.
(10) When the descending position of the base member is set as the standby posture of the effect member,
A movable effect device for a gaming machine that is arranged on a decorative member facing a symbol display device that displays a game by variably displaying symbols, and causes the effect member to perform a predetermined effect operation in accordance with the game effect of the symbol display device. Because
Driving means disposed on a fixed portion provided on the decorative member;
A base member that is slidably arranged in the up-and-down direction on the fixed portion, is connected to the drive means, and is moved up and down between the raised position and the lowered position by the drive means;
The effect member is provided, and the base member is disposed so as to be slidable in the vertical direction between a first position and a second position displaced upward from the first position, and is always directed downward. A first rack to be energized;
A second rack disposed on the base member so as to be slidable in the vertical direction facing the first rack;
The base member is rotatably disposed in a state of being engaged between the first rack and the second rack, and the other rack is disposed on the opposite side of the displacement direction with respect to the base member of the one rack by the rotation. A transmission gear to be displaced;
A first rack stopper provided on the first rack, wherein the first rack is restricted from being displaced downward by the base member and restricts the first rack from being displaced downward relative to the base member at a first position;
A second rack stopper provided on the second rack, the displacement of the second rack being restricted upward by the fixing portion, and the displacement of the second rack relative to the fixing portion being restricted;
When the base member is displaced upward from the lowered position, the position of the second rack stopper is regulated by the fixed portion, and the first rack in the first position is moved to the base member under meshing action with the transmission gear. In contrast to being displaced upward,
When the base member is displaced downward from the raised position, the first rack may be displaced downward until the position of the first rack is restricted by the first rack stopper with respect to the base member.

It is a front view which shows the game board provided with the movable production | presentation apparatus of the game machine which concerns on the suitable Example of this invention. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the principal part of the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The standby attitude | position of a movable production | presentation member is shown. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the principal part of the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The production posture of a movable production | generation member is shown. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the principal part of the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The production | presentation attitude | position of the movable production | presentation member in which the base member was located in the lowered position is shown. It is a schematic perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example. It is a schematic front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The standby attitude | position of a movable production | generation member is shown. It is a schematic front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The production | presentation attitude | position of the movable production | presentation member which has a base member between a raise position and a contact position is shown. It is a schematic front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The production | presentation attitude | position of the movable production | presentation member which has a base member in a lowered position is shown. It is a schematic front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The production attitude | position of the movable production | presentation member which has a base member in a contact position is shown. It is a control block diagram in the gaming machine of the embodiment. It is a front view which shows another example of a front cover.

Explanation of symbols

12 decoration member 22 movable production member (production member)
24 Case member (fixed part)
30 Drive means 40 Base member 52 First rack 52b First connecting portion 53a Lower protrusion (first rack stopper)
54 Second rack 56 Transmission gear 54b Second connecting portion 55 Second rack stopper S Symbol display device

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  1. A movable effect device for a gaming machine that is arranged on a decorative member facing a symbol display device that displays a game by variably displaying symbols, and causes the effect member to perform a predetermined effect operation in accordance with the game effect of the symbol display device. Because
    Driving means disposed on a fixed portion provided on the decorative member;
    A base member that is slidably arranged in the up-and-down direction on the fixed portion, is connected to the drive means, and is moved up and down between the raised position and the lowered position by the drive means;
    The effect member is provided, and the base member is arranged to be slidable in the vertical direction between a first position and a second position displaced downward from the first position, and is always directed downward. A first rack to be energized;
    A second rack disposed on the base member so as to be slidable in the vertical direction facing the first rack;
    The base member is rotatably disposed in a state of being engaged between the first rack and the second rack, and the other rack is disposed on the opposite side of the displacement direction with respect to the base member of the one rack by the rotation. A transmission gear to be displaced;
    A first rack stopper provided in the first rack, wherein the first rack is restricted from being displaced downward by the base member and restricts the first rack from being displaced downward relative to the base member at a second position;
    A second rack stopper provided on the second rack, the displacement of the second rack being restricted upward by the fixing portion, and the displacement of the second rack relative to the fixing portion being restricted;
    When the base member is displaced downward from the raised position, the first rack in the first position is displaced downward until the position of the first rack is restricted by the first rack stopper with respect to the base member.
    When the base member is displaced upward from the lowered position, the position of the second rack stopper is restricted by the fixed portion, and the first rack is displaced upward with respect to the base member under meshing action with the transmission gear. A movable presentation device for a gaming machine, characterized by being configured as described above.
  2.   2. The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the first rack and the second rack are arranged within a range facing the base member at a raised position of the base member.
  3.   The connecting portions that mesh with the transmission gear in the first rack and the second rack are set to have the same length, and the first rack and the second rack are located at the center in the vertical direction of each connecting portion at the raised position. The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the movable effect device faces the game machine.
  4. The game according to claim 3, wherein the position of the first rack stopper is restricted by engaging the base member at a second position where the first rack is displaced downward by half the length of the connecting portion with respect to the base member. Movable production device.
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