JP4783807B2 - Pachinko machine - Google Patents

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JP4783807B2
JP4783807B2 JP2008092446A JP2008092446A JP4783807B2 JP 4783807 B2 JP4783807 B2 JP 4783807B2 JP 2008092446 A JP2008092446 A JP 2008092446A JP 2008092446 A JP2008092446 A JP 2008092446A JP 4783807 B2 JP4783807 B2 JP 4783807B2
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  The present invention relates to a pachinko gaming machine equipped with a variable display device that displays a graphic such as numbers and symbols in a variable manner.

  Conventionally, for example, there are following types of pachinko machines of this type. That is, the pachinko gaming machine is provided with a variable display device on the game board surface and a decorative frame so as to surround the display unit of the variable display device. A hanging member for operating a decorative member (medal) is disposed on the decorative frame. The suspension member includes a drive motor fixed to the decorative frame, a drive gear attached to a motor shaft of the drive motor, a pinion meshing with the drive gear, meshing with the pinion and arranged in a vertical direction It consists of a rack that moves freely up and down. An arm member is provided substantially horizontally on one side of the rack, and a decorative member (medal) is attached to the tip of the arm member. Then, when the drive motor is driven, the pinion rotates, and when the rack is moved up and the decorative member (medal) reaches a predetermined height, the engagement between the pinion and the drive gear is released, and the rack is supported. The decorative member (medal) is also dropped at the same time as it is dropped (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2006-192154 A (page 7-15, FIG. 6, FIG. 14, FIG. 16)

  However, in the pachinko gaming machine of Patent Document 1, the decoration member (medal) is held in a cantilevered manner by one arm member with respect to the rack in which the decoration member moves up and down. If it is attempted to move, inertial force acts on the decorative member (medal) and it becomes difficult to speed up the operation of the rack. For this reason, there exists a subject that it cannot fully respond to the operation | movement request | requirement in the game property of this kind decoration member (medal). In addition, since the decorative member (medal) is a cantilever type, a biased load is applied to the drive motor, and there is a problem that the drive motor is adversely affected and its life is shortened.

  Therefore, the present invention has been made in view of the above-described problems, and the decoration member can be moved up and down quickly, can sufficiently meet the operation requirements in game properties, and a biased load is also applied to the drive motor. It is an object of the present invention to provide a pachinko gaming machine that can hardly extend the life of a drive motor.

In order to achieve such an object, a pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention is a pachinko gaming machine in which a variation display device having a display unit for variably displaying a symbol is mounted on a game board surface, and surrounds the display unit. A pair of left and right suspension members are arranged on the decorative frame when viewed from the front. Each suspension member is pivotally attached to each other, freely expands and contracts in the vertical direction, and simultaneously operates symmetrically on the upper and lower sides. The decorative member is pivotally attached between the decorative frame and the one suspended upper member so that a tension spring is held between the suspended frame and the suspended member. The decorative member is moved up and down by appropriately extending and retracting the pair of hanging members up and down by a driving means.

For example, the present invention provides an arcuate tooth portion that is close to the upper end portions of the suspended upper members and is pivotally attached to the decorative frame, and is engaged with the opposite side surfaces of the upper end portions around the respective support shafts. The lower end portions of both suspended lower members are configured to be pivotally attached to both sides of the decorative member .

  In the present invention, a drive gear rotated by a drive motor and a driven gear meshing with the drive gear are attached to the decorative frame so as to be close to the one suspended upper member. An engaging pin protrudes from the side surface, a straight long hole through which the engaging pin is loosely fitted is formed in the one suspended upper member, and the driving gear is rotated by driving the driving motor. A configuration is adopted in which the suspension pins reciprocate in the vertical direction by the reciprocating movement of the engagement pins in the elongated holes.

  Furthermore, the present invention provides an arcuate tooth portion that engages with each other around the support shaft on opposite side surfaces of the lower end portions of the suspended lower members, and the decorative member is positioned between the arcuate tooth portions. Then, these arcuate teeth and an even number of intermediate gears meshing with each other are attached to the shaft, and when the engaging pin reciprocates in the elongated hole, both the suspension members expand and contract vertically. Accordingly, a configuration is adopted in which the decorative member moves up and down.

In the pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention, a pair of left and right suspending members are arranged in a front view on a decorative frame surrounding the display unit of the variable display device, and each suspending member is pivotally attached to each other and freely movable in the vertical direction. The upper hanging upper member and the lower hanging lower member that operate symmetrically at the same time, and the lower hanging lower member are attached to the decorative frame so as to pass between both hanging lower members. The decorative member is moved up and down by holding a tension spring between the upper and lower members and extending and retracting the pair of hanging members up and down appropriately by driving means. Specifically, the axial front Symbol pair of hanging members are each composed hanging the hanging lower member and upper member are pivotally attached to each other, the both suspended in close proximity to the upper end portion of the upper member to the decoration frame arcuate teeth meshing on opposite sides about a mutual pivot at these upper ends while wearing digits set. In this way, the decorative member is pivotally mounted on both sides by the lower end portions of the two suspended lower members, and stably moves up and down together with the telescopic operation of both suspended members. It can be easily linked to vertical movement. Therefore, it is possible to sufficiently meet the operation requirements in game characteristics. In addition, there is an effect that almost no biased load is applied to the drive motor as the drive means, and the life can be extended.

Further, in the pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention, in addition to the above-described effect, the elongated hole on the one suspension member side is formed linearly, whereas the engagement pin on the driven gear side has a circular motion. Therefore, there is an effect that a change is given to the speed of the vertical movement of both the suspension members, and this enhances the fun of the game visually.

Furthermore, in the pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention, in addition to the above effects, an even number of intermediate gears are axially mounted between the arcuate teeth provided at the lower end of the suspended lower member. In other words, the arcuate teeth of the two suspended lower members mesh with each other via the intermediate gear, so that the lower ends of both suspended lower members are always at the same height and are maintained in this state at the same time. Move. Therefore, there is an effect that the balance on both sides of the decorative member becomes even, and the decorative member always moves up and down while maintaining the horizontal state with respect to the expansion and contraction operation of both hanging members, and does not wobble from side to side. .

  Hereinafter, embodiments of a pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention. In the figure, reference numeral 1 denotes an outer frame, and a game board 2 is arranged on a game board mounting frame (not shown) on the front surface thereof, and the front surface of the game board 2 is covered on the front side of the game board mounting frame. Thus, the front frame 3 is pivotally mounted so as to be freely opened and closed. The front frame 3 is provided with a window opening 4 at the center facing the game portion 2a of the game board 2, and a transparent plate unit 5 in which a transparent plate made of synthetic resin or glass is disposed at the front and rear of the window opening 4 is mounted. Is done. And the said game part 2a can be visually recognized from the front side through the window opening 4. FIG.

  The front frame 3 is formed of synthetic resin, and stores a game ball supplied to a hitting ball launching unit (not shown) on the front surface of the front frame 3 so as to protrude forward below the window opening 4. A saucer 6 is provided integrally. An operation unit 6a is provided on one upper surface of the ball tray 6, and a push button 7 and a selection key 8 are provided on the operation unit 6a so that the player can participate in the game at an appropriate time during the game. . A hitting force adjusting handle 9 for adjusting the hitting force of the hit ball launched from the hitting ball launching unit is mounted on the lower side of the front frame 3.

  A large variation display device 11 is disposed in the game portion 2a on the two game boards surrounded by the guide rails 10 so as to be close to one side (right side in FIG. 1) at the center. A display screen 12a of an electronic display 12 serving as a display unit built in the variable display device 11 is obtained on a game board 2 surface below the variable display device 11 by winning a game ball driven into the game unit 2a. A start winning opening 13 for variably displaying symbols such as numbers and symbols to be displayed is attached. In addition, when the symbols that are located below and stop after the change are aligned to, for example, “777” and a special game state advantageous to the player, that is, a so-called “hit” state, many winning balls are generated at once. A large winning opening 14 is provided.

  The start winning opening 13 has a pair of open / close wing pieces 13a, 13a, which can be converted into a state where the game ball is standing and the game ball is difficult to win and a game ball is easy to win. Reference numeral 15 denotes a passing chucker, which is electrically detected when the game ball passes, and when the result of “○ ×” lottery performed separately is shown as “◯”, the opening / closing wing pieces 13a and 13a are awarded a prize. Open once to make it easier. Reference numeral 16 denotes a general winning opening, and reference numeral 17 denotes a rail decoration that also serves as electrical decoration arranged along the inner periphery of the guide rail 10. In FIG. 1, a rotation path 18 is formed on the right side of the variable display device 11 so as to be sandwiched between the variable display device 11 and the guide rail 10. A game ball that is driven into the game unit 2 a and flows down the passage 18 reaches the lower right region below the variable display device 11. This lower right region is a part that is hidden under the variable display device 11 and can hardly be used if there is no turning passage 18. In order to effectively utilize the lower right region, a circulating passage 18 is provided to allow the game ball to flow down. Incidentally, a general winning opening 16a is arranged in the lower right region.

  The variable display device 11 is provided with a synthetic resin decorative frame 19 so as to surround the display screen 12 a of the electronic display 12, and the display screen 12 a can be seen from the front side through the opening 20. ing. Also, a so-called warp passage 21 that can receive a game ball flowing down the two sides of the game board is disposed on one side of the decorative frame 19, and a game ball that has entered the warp passage 21 from its upper end ball inlet 22. Is discharged to the upper surface of the stage 23 formed in the lower part of the decorative frame 19. The upper surface of the stage 23 is curved up and down along its longitudinal direction (left and right lateral direction when viewed from the front) and is slightly inclined forward. Therefore, the game ball discharged to the upper surface of the stage 23 reciprocates left and right while attenuating the upper surface of the stage 23, and finally falls from the front edge of the stage 23 and returns to the surface of the game board 2. Of these, the game balls that have dropped from the center of the stage 23 inevitably have more opportunities to win the start winning opening 13.

  Therefore, when a game ball wins the start winning opening 13, symbols such as numbers and characters displayed on the display screen 12 a of the electronic display 12 start to fluctuate and stop after a certain time has passed. At this time, when the stopped symbols are aligned with a specific symbol such as “777”, a special gaming state advantageous to the player is entered, and the open / close plate 14a of the large winning port 14 below the starting winning port 13 is tilted forward to play the game. Accept the sphere. This operation is repeated under a predetermined condition for a predetermined round (for example, 16 times) so that many winning balls can be obtained at one time.

  In the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the decorative member 24 that moves up and down in accordance with the game characteristics is attached to the decorative frame 19. Next, the decorative member 24 will be described. As shown in FIGS. 4 to 6, a front plate 25a and a rear plate 25b positioned in parallel with a predetermined distance from the front plate 25a are arranged on the upper part of the decorative frame 19, and a pair of left and right suspensions are provided therebetween. Members 26a and 26b are interposed. Each of the suspension members 26a and 26b includes upper and lower suspension upper and lower members 27a and 27b that are pivotally attached to a lower end portion and an upper end portion, respectively. Therefore, both the suspended lower members 27b and 27b are freely rotated with respect to the both suspended upper members 27a and 27a.

  More specifically, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the upper ends of the suspension upper members 27a of the suspension members 26a and 26b are rotatable by a support shaft 28 protruding forward from the rear plate 25b. The lower end is pivotally attached to the upper end of the suspended lower member 27b by the support shaft 42 so as to be rotatable. Further, the upper ends of the suspended upper members 27a and 27a are arranged close to each other, and arcuate tooth portions 29a and 29b that mesh with each other around the support shafts 28 and 28 are provided on the opposite side surfaces.

  On the other hand, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the lower ends of both the hanging lower members 27 b and 27 b are pivotally attached to the support shaft 30 that protrudes toward the left and right sides of the lower surface of the decorative member 24. Has been. As a result, the decorative member 24 is attached so as to pass between the suspended lower members 27b and 27b. In addition, arc-shaped tooth portions 31a and 31b that mesh with each other about the support shafts 30 and 30 are provided on the opposing side surfaces of the lower end portions of the suspended lower members 27b and 27b. Further, the two intermediate gears 32, 32 are pivotally attached to the support shafts 33, 33 projecting from the rear surface of the decorative member 24 so as to be interposed between the lower ends of both the suspended lower members 27 b, 27 b. Both the intermediate gears 32 and 32 mesh with each other and mesh with the arcuate teeth 31a and 31b at the lower ends of the suspended lower members 27b and 27b, respectively.

  A straight long hole 34 is provided along the longitudinal direction of the upper suspension member 27a of the one suspension member 26a (left side in FIG. 4). An engagement pin 41 protruding from the front side surface of a driven gear 38 to be described later is loosely fitted in the long hole 34. Further, as shown in FIG. 5 (a), a concave recess portion 35 that is recessed rearward is formed in the rear plate 25b on the same side, and the drive gear 36 and the rear plate 25b are projected in the concave recess portion 35. A large-diameter driven gear 38 that is attached to the support shaft 37 and meshes with the drive gear 36 is disposed. The drive gear 36 is directly connected to a motor shaft 40 of a drive motor 39 (in this case, a stepping motor is used) disposed on the rear side. An engagement pin 41 is provided on the front side surface of the driven gear 38 so as to be loosely fitted in the elongated hole 34.

  Therefore, by driving the drive motor 39, the driven gear 38 rotates in one direction, and the engagement pin 41 moves in the long hole 34 accordingly. Thereby, one suspension upper member 27a provided with the long hole 34 rotates in the up-down direction around the support shaft 28 at the upper end. At the same time, the other suspended upper member 27a meshing with this at the upper end also rotates about the support shaft 28 at the upper end. In this case, the one suspended upper member 27a and the other suspended upper member 27a are separated from each other, or conversely, rotate so as to approach each other.

  When both suspended upper members 27a, 27a of both suspended members 26a, 26b are rotated away from each other, the lower ends of the suspended upper members 27a, 27a, that is, the support shafts at the upper ends of the suspended lower members 27b, 27b The suspension lower members 27b and 27b are rotated upward around the centers 42 and 42. Thereby, the decoration member 24 is pulled straight up as it is. On the other hand, when both the suspended upper members 27a and 27a are rotated so as to approach each other, the lower end portions of the suspended upper members 27a and 27a, that is, the support shafts 42 at the upper end portions of the suspended lower members 27b and 27b are moved downward. Approaching while descending. Thereby, the decoration member 24 is pulled down.

  Magnets 43 are attached to the suspended lower members 27b and 27b of the suspended members 26a and 26b at predetermined positions on the upper surfaces thereof. On the other hand, a magnet 44 that is attached to the rear side surface of the front side plate 25a of the decorative frame 19 so as to be positioned corresponding to each of the magnets 43 and whose opposite surfaces are different from each other is attached. The decorative member 24 moves upward when both the suspended upper members 27a, 27a are rotated away from each other, but the magnets 43, 43 of the suspended lower members 27b, 27b are moved as shown in FIG. When attracted to the magnets 44, 44 fixed to the rear side surface of the front side plate 25a, the upper end position of the decorative member 24 is determined.

  As described above, when the decorative member 24 is stopped at the upper end position and the lower end position, the drive motor 39 is stopped. Therefore, since the drive motor 39 is a stepping motor, when the decorative member 24 is stopped at the lower end position, the rotation amount of the motor shaft 40 of the stepping motor 39 is set in advance according to the lower end position. When the set position is reached, the drive motor 39 is turned off. Although not shown, the upper end position of the decorative member 24 is arranged with a detector that detects the decorative member 24, and when the decorative member 24 reaches a preset position, the decorative member 24 moves above the detector. The decoration member 24 is detected and the drive motor 39 is turned off. To be exact, it is when both the magnets 43, 43 of the suspended lower members 27b, 27b have reached positions where they can be attracted to the magnets 44, 44 of the front side plates 25a, 25a. These are controlled by a central control unit (not shown).

  The decorative member 24 includes a base plate 24a on which the lower end portions of both the suspended lower members 27b and 27b of the both suspended members 26a and 26b are pivotally attached, and a substantially semicircular annular shape that integrally protrudes upward from the upper end edge thereof. A convex lens member 45 is attached to the annular frame 24b. When the decorative member 24 reaches the lower end position, the convex lens member 45 is positioned and overlapped with the front surface of the display screen 12a of the electronic display 12 and is displayed on the display screen 12a corresponding to the convex lens member 45. Will be expanded.

  A tension spring 46 is hooked between the upper end side of the one suspended upper member 27 a having the long hole 34 and the upper portion of the decorative frame 19. This is because if the weight of the decorative member 24 is heavy, a large load may be applied to the drive motor 39 when the decorative member 24 is raised from the lower end position to the upper end position. Therefore, the load applied to the drive motor 39 when the decorative member 24 is pulled up is reduced by pulling the suspended upper member 27a from above by the tension spring 46.

  The pachinko gaming machine according to the present invention has the above configuration, and the operation will be described next. In the normal state during the game, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 4, the pair of suspension members 26 a and 26 b contract, and the magnets 43 and 43 of both suspension lower members 27 b and 27 b are behind the front plate 25 a in the decorative frame 19. The decorative member 24 is firmly held without being displaced at a predetermined position on the upper end and is stopped by adsorbing to the side magnets 44 and 44. Then, when the game is being played and the user wants to enlarge the image displayed on the display screen 12a of the electronic display 12 through the convex lens member 45, the drive motor 39 is driven. As a result, the driven gear 38 rotates via the drive gear 36, and the engagement pin 41 of the driven gear 38 moves in the elongated hole 34 of the suspended upper member 27a in one suspended member 26a.

  Furthermore, the other suspension member 26b operates simultaneously with the one suspension member 26a, and both the suspension upper members 27a and 27a rotate so as to approach each other around the support shafts 28 and 28 at their upper end portions. Accordingly, the hanging lower members 27b and 27b open downward about the support shafts 42 and 42 at the upper end portions, and the decorative member 24 is moved down as it is. Then, when the drive motor 39 stops, the decorative member 24 stops at a predetermined position, that is, at a predetermined position on the front surface of the display screen 12a, as shown in FIGS.

  In this manner, the upper suspension members 27a and 27a of the suspension members 26a and 26b operate symmetrically at the same time as the arcuate teeth 29a and 29b at the upper ends thereof mesh with each other. In addition, since the lower end portions of the hanging lower members 27b and 27b are pivotally attached to both sides of the decorative member 24 by the support shafts 30 and 30, the decorative member 24 can be easily moved up and down by both the hanging members 26a and 26b. Can be linked to Therefore, it is possible to sufficiently meet the operation requirements in game characteristics. In addition, almost no biased load is applied to the drive motor 39, and its life can be extended.

  In addition, since the two intermediate gears 32 and 32 that mesh with the arcuate tooth portions 31a and 31b at the lower end portions of the suspension lower members 27b and 27b of the suspension members 26a and 26b are interposed. The lower end portions of the suspended lower members 27b and 27b are connected via the intermediate gears 32 and 32, and are stable without wobbling up and down. Further, since the engaging pin 41 of the driven gear 38 is loosely fitted into the elongated hole 34 of the suspended upper member 27a and moved therethrough, the suspended members 26a and 26b are operated, so that the decorative member 24 is moved up and down. The speed of the game is changed, which makes the game interesting visually.

  For example, although it is difficult to move up and down quickly even if a pair of suspension members 26a and 26b is used, a heavy item (for example, an apple) is displayed as shown in FIG. The image is projected on the screen 12a. When the decorative member 24 stops at the lower end position, the apple symbol can be seen through the convex lens member 45. As a result, when the decorative member 24 moves down and stops, the player sees the apple that has been suddenly enlarged through the convex lens member 45, and the spider can appear to have fallen. Interesting can be increased.

  After the decoration member 24 stops at the lower end position for a predetermined time, the drive motor 39 is driven to contract both the suspension members 26a and 26b. As a result, the decorative member 24 is moved up as it is, the drive motor 39 is stopped, the magnets 43 and 43 of the suspended lower members 27b and 27b are attracted to the magnets 44 and 44 of the front side plate 25a, and the decorative member 24 is moved to the upper end position. Will stop at. Therefore, if the magnets 44, 44 are installed at predetermined positions on the rear side surface of the front plate 25a, the positioning of the decorative member 24 is simplified. Further, when the decoration member 24 at the upper end position is moved downward, when the magnets 43 and 43 on the both suspended lower members 27b and 27b side are separated from the magnets 44 and 44 on the front plate 25a side, the decoration member 24 is instantly stoned. Because it falls a little downward, it will be interesting in terms of production.

  In addition, although the suspended upper and lower members attached to the shaft are shown as the pair of hanging members, the present invention is not limited to this, and any other configuration may be used as long as it can expand and contract. The drive means may be a solenoid in addition to the drive motor. Further, although the convex lens member is attached to the decorative member, a concave lens member may be used if necessary. Furthermore, although two intermediate gears are arranged between the lower ends of both suspended lower members, it is needless to say that four, six or eight may be used as long as the number is even.

The front view of the pachinko gaming machine concerning the present invention. The perspective view seen from the front side of the decoration frame which has a decoration member in an upper end position. The perspective view seen from the front side of the decoration frame in which a decoration member exists in a lower end position. The front view of the decoration frame in which a decoration member exists in an upper end position. (A) is a cross-sectional view taken along line XX in FIG. 4, and (B) is a cross-sectional view taken along line Y-Y. The front view of the decoration frame which has a decoration member in a lower end position. The front view of the game board which shows the effect | action of a decoration member.

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2 Game board 11 Fluctuation display device 12 Display unit (electronic display)
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 19 Decorative frame 24 Decoration member 26a Hanging member 26b Hanging member 27a Hanging upper member 27b Hanging lower member 28 Spindle 29a Arc-shaped tooth part 29b Arc-shaped tooth part 30 Support shaft 31a Arc-shaped tooth part 31b Arc-shaped tooth part 32 Intermediate gear 33 Support shaft 34 Long hole 36 Drive gear 37 Support shaft 38 Drive gear 39 Drive motor 41 Engagement pin 42 Support shaft
46 Tension Spring A Pachinko machine

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  1. A pachinko gaming machine in which a variation display device having a display unit for variably displaying symbols is mounted on a game board surface,
    A pair of left and right hanging members in a front view is arranged on a decorative frame surrounding the display unit, and each hanging member is pivotally attached to each other and freely expands and contracts in the vertical direction, and simultaneously operates symmetrically. hanging consists upper member and the lower hanging lower member, prior SL in the pass plugged in between the hanging lower member pivotally attached decorative member, wherein in close proximity to the upper end portions of the hanging upper member of An arcuate tooth portion that is pivotally attached to the decorative frame and meshes with each other on the opposite side of each of the upper end portions is provided, and an appropriate drive means is provided on the decorative frame close to the one hanging upper member. A drive gear rotated by the shaft and a driven gear meshing with the drive gear, an engagement pin projecting from one side of the driven gear, and the engagement pin is mounted on one of the suspended upper members A straight elongated hole that fits loosely is penetrated, and the decorative frame The decorative spring is provided with an arcuate tooth portion that engages with each other around the supporting shaft on the opposite side surfaces of the lower end portions of the suspended lower members, and holds the tension spring between the suspended upper members. The member is mounted between the arcuate teeth and the arcuate teeth and an even number of intermediate gears meshing with each other.
    When the driven gear is rotated by the appropriate driving means, and the engagement pin reciprocates in the elongated hole, the suspension members extend and contract in the vertical direction, and the decorative member moves up and down accordingly. A pachinko machine that is characterized by the fact that
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