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JP4858904B2
JP4858904B2 JP2005316029A JP2005316029A JP4858904B2 JP 4858904 B2 JP4858904 B2 JP 4858904B2 JP 2005316029 A JP2005316029 A JP 2005316029A JP 2005316029 A JP2005316029 A JP 2005316029A JP 4858904 B2 JP4858904 B2 JP 4858904B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine such as a pachinko gaming machine (generally also referred to as a “pachinko machine”) or a spinning-type gaming machine (generally also referred to as a “pachislot machine”).

  Conventionally, a gaming machine such as a pachinko machine is provided with a gaming board having a gaming area into which a gaming medium such as a gaming ball is driven. The game board is provided with obstacle nails, windmills, and winning holes at appropriate locations, and is provided with an outlet that discharges game media that has not won the winning area to the outside of the gaming area. When the game media wins, a predetermined number of game media are paid out. Moreover, what further provided the effect display apparatus which can display a various effect image in the game board is known.

  In this type of gaming machine, various effect images are displayed on the effect display device in accordance with the game state, so that a sense of expectation for winning can be given and the interest of the player can be enhanced. In addition to the effect display device, a movable body that mechanically moves in the vertical direction is provided, and not only the effect by the effect image but also the effect by the movement of the movable body, so that the player's interest is further enhanced. Have also been proposed (for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2004-066552 A

  However, in a conventional gaming machine, since the movable body that moves is relatively small, there is no particular problem even if the movable body swings somewhat, but if the movable body is larger, its base end portion Even if there is little shaking at the tip, the amount of movement due to the shaking increases at the tip part away from the base end part, and it may come into contact with the production display device or other members, causing a malfunction or desired due to the shaking of the movable body There is a problem in that the production operation of the player cannot be obtained and the interest of the player is lowered.

  Therefore, in view of the above situation, the present invention prevents a swing of a movable body, thereby making it possible to surely perform a desired performance operation and prevent a decrease in interest or a malfunction. The issue is to provide a machine.

The gaming machine according to claim 1 is based on a game area in which a game ball is launched, a start port capable of receiving a game ball launched in the game area, and a game ball received in the start port. A game machine comprising: a lottery means for performing a hit determination; a movable effect means for performing a predetermined effect operation based on a result of the hit determination by the lottery means; and a surface along which the game area is formed extend in the vertical direction, the guide member of the outline of a circular cross section, and the guided member which is guiding on the guide member is inserted into said guide member, said the guided member, guiding the guide member A moving means for moving in the up and down direction in the state where the game area is formed in the left-right direction with one end held by the guided member moved by the moving means. Along the surface Has extended out the elongate member at the site extending in the long Tejo member, wherein with attached so as to be able to move up and down along with the vertical movement of the guided member, the object to be Even when the guide member is moved in the vertical direction, it further comprises a rotation preventing means for preventing the guide member from rotating about the axis so as to prevent the movable effect means from shaking . The rotation preventing means has a guide rod disposed substantially parallel to the guide member, and a guide member attached to the guided member, and the guide member has a substantially U-shaped cross section. The guide rod is disposed in a recess having a substantially U-shaped cross section, and a portion of the cross-section having a substantially U-shape is in contact with the guide rod, so that the shaft of the guide member Rotation of the guided member around the center It sealed it and gist are.
The gist of the gaming machine according to claim 2 is the gaming machine according to claim 1, further comprising display means having a display area in which a predetermined display effect is displayed .
The gaming machine according to claim 3 is the gaming machine according to claim 2 , wherein the movable effect means moves so as to be positioned in front of the display area .

  Mean 1: In the gaming machine,
  “A guide member extending in a predetermined direction;
  A guided member that is rotatable about the axis of the guiding member and guided and guided by the guiding member;
  Moving means for moving the guided member in the extending direction of the guiding member while being guided and guided by the guiding member;
  One end is held by the guided member that is moved by the moving means, and a supporting member that extends in a direction substantially perpendicular to the extending direction of the guiding member;
  A movable body supported by the support member;
  Rotation prevention for disposing the guided member to rotate around the axis of the guiding member, which is disposed on the substantially opposite side of the guiding member with respect to the extending side of the supporting member that supports the movable body. Means and
It is characterized by comprising "."

Here, the “guide member” may be any member that can guide the guided member in a predetermined direction, such as “a cross-sectional shape that is circular or polygonal and continuously extending in a predetermined direction”, “a cross-sectional shape that is circular. A shape or a polygonal shape that extends discontinuously in a predetermined direction (arranged at a predetermined interval) ”, and the like. Examples of the “guidance guidance” include guidance guided when the guiding member and the guided member slide relative to each other, guidance guided when one of them rolls, and the like.
Further, as the “moving means”, “having a pulley including a sprocket arranged away from the extending direction of the guide member and a belt including a chain wound around the pulley, and moves together with the belt by the rotation of the pulley. "A thing to be moved", "A screw member extending in the extending direction of the guide member and a nut member screwed to the screw member and moved by rotating the screw member and the nut member relative to each other", "Guide Examples thereof include a solenoid having a plunger that moves forward and backward in the extending direction of the member, or a cylinder that has a piston, and a “moving by a linear motor that extends in the extending direction of the guiding member”. When a belt or chain is used as the moving means, the moving speed can be increased and the impact can be increased. Further, when a screw member or the like is used as the moving means, the positioning accuracy is high and a delicate movement can be performed.

  In addition, the “movable body” includes “a movable article that is arranged so as to come into contact with the game medium and can change the movement of the game medium”, and “is arranged so as not to come into contact with the game medium. A decorative movable body that can produce an effect ”and the like. The “movable body” may be a character body in which a part or the whole of a predetermined character such as a doll or an animal shape is three-dimensionally shaped. Further, the “support member” may be formed integrally with the “movable body” or may be formed separately.

  Further, as the “rotation preventing means”, “the guide member arranged substantially parallel to the extending direction of the guide member and the movement in the direction substantially perpendicular to the extending direction of the guide member guided by the guide member are restricted. And a member to be guided ”. In addition, the thing which can support the weight of a to-be-guided member etc. also by a rotation prevention means may be sufficient.

  Further, the “extending direction of the guide member” includes “a direction substantially along the surface of the game board having a game area into which the game medium is driven by the player's operation”, and “the game medium is operated by the player's operation”. "A direction that is substantially perpendicular to the surface of the game board having the game area to be driven in", "A direction that is oblique to the surface of the game board having the game area in which the game medium is driven by the player's operation", Etc. In addition, when the “extending direction of the guide member” is set to a direction substantially along the surface of the game board, the amount of movement of the movable body can be increased as much as possible, and the entertainment is further enhanced. be able to. In addition, when the “extending direction of the guide member” is a direction that is substantially perpendicular to the surface of the game board, the movable body can be moved with a depth.

  By the way, in the conventional gaming machine, since the size of the movable body is relatively small, the movable body is difficult to stand out, and there is a possibility that the effect of the movable body cannot be obtained. In view of this, it is conceivable to make the movable body stand out by increasing the size of the movable body so as to enhance the effect of the movement of the movable body. However, the movable body in the conventional gaming machine has, for example, a linear rack gear, and the movable body moves in the direction in which the rack gear extends by rotating a pinion gear meshing with the rack gear by a motor. . The rack gear is guided with a predetermined play so as to move in the extending direction, and the movable body can swing by the amount of play. For this reason, when the size of the movable body is relatively small, even if the movable body shakes, it is difficult to understand the shaking. There is a risk that the performance operation of the body is impaired and the desired production effect cannot be exhibited.

  In addition, when the movable body is made larger so that the movable body is conspicuous and the production effect by the movement of the movable body can be enhanced, if the movable body is enlarged, the shaking at the guided base end portion is reduced. However, the vibration at the distal end portion away from the base end portion becomes large, and there is a possibility that a malfunction such as damage occurs due to the movable body coming into contact with the effect display device or other members.

  Therefore, by reducing the play of the guide part that guides the movable body so as to move in a predetermined direction, the vibration at the base end portion is reduced as much as possible, and the vibration at the distal end portion of the movable body is suppressed. It is possible to do so. However, in this case, it is necessary to increase the dimensional accuracy of the guide portion, which causes a problem that the processing cost of the guide portion increases and becomes expensive.

  Therefore, it is conceivable to suppress shaking of the movable body by guiding and supporting it at both ends of the movable body and moving it in a predetermined direction. However, in this case, since the support portions at both ends of the movable body are guided, the support portions arranged at separate positions must be moved in synchronization with each other, and the movable body is moved. There is a problem that the mechanism becomes complicated and the overall size is increased, and the degree of freedom of installation in the gaming machine is reduced and the cost is increased.

  According to the configuration of the means 1, the guiding member extending in a predetermined direction, the guided member guided and guided by the guiding member, the moving means for moving the guided member, and one end of the guided member are held by the guided member. The support member extending in a direction substantially perpendicular to the axis, the movable body supported by the support member, and the extending side of the support member are arranged on the opposite side with the guide member interposed therebetween, and the rotation prevents the guided member from rotating. And a prevention means.

  As a result, since the guided member is prevented from rotating around the axis of the guiding member by the rotation preventing means, even if the guided member is moved by the moving means, it is held by the guided member via the support member. It is possible to satisfactorily prevent the movable body (for example, the decorative movable body, the accessory movable body, etc.) from rotating around the axis of the guide member, that is, swinging around the axis, and suppressing unintentional shake. It is possible to reliably perform a desired production operation, prevent a decrease in interest, and make the movable body larger, making the movable body more conspicuous, The production effect by the movable body can be further enhanced.

  Further, even if the movable body is enlarged, the anti-rotation means can prevent the shake well, so that the movable body can be prevented from coming into contact with other members such as an effect display device. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of a malfunction due to damage or wear of the movable body or other members.

  Furthermore, since the rotation prevention means is provided, the guided member can be prevented from rotating and swinging around the axis of the guiding member without increasing the dimensional accuracy between the guiding member and the guided member. Therefore, it is not necessary to increase the processing accuracy of the guide member or the guided member, and it is possible to satisfactorily prevent the movable body from swinging without increasing the cost.

  Further, the guided member holds the one end of the supporting member to support the movable body, that is, the movable body is cantilevered by the guided member via the supporting member, and then the one end of the movable body is supported. Since the guide member guides and guides in a predetermined direction on the side, only one mechanism for moving the guided member is required, and compared with a case where both ends of the movable body are supported and guided at both ends. Thus, it is not necessary to provide a complicated mechanism in which both ends move in the same manner in synchronism with each other, and it is possible to suppress an increase in size as a whole, and it is easy to provide a gaming machine, and a guided member, that is, a movable body It can suppress that the cost concerning the mechanism for moving is increased.

  In the case where the game machine is provided with an effect display device capable of displaying a predetermined effect image, the guide member, the rotation fixing means, etc. are arranged on the outer periphery of the effect display device, and the support member is disposed on the front side of the effect display device. Can be arranged so that the movable body moves on the front side (player side) of the effect display device, thereby making it possible to make a gaming machine with an unprecedented impact and moving The body can make the player more entertaining and entertaining.

  By the way, although various directions can be considered as a direction to arrange rotation prevention means with respect to the extending direction of the supporting member held by the guided member, it is arranged in a direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the supporting member. In this case, there arises a problem that a large space in the direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the support member is required due to the arrangement of the rotation preventing means. However, according to the present means, the rotation preventing means is disposed on the opposite side of the support member extending side with the guiding means interposed therebetween. That is, since the rotation preventing means is disposed in the same direction as the extending direction of the support member, the amount of protrusion in the direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the support member can be reduced as much as possible. Thereby, for example, when the support member is arranged so as to be substantially along the gaming board of the gaming machine, it is possible to suppress an increase in the thickness (distance in the front-rear direction) of the gaming machine. It is possible to cope with the island facilities where the game machines used are installed.

  In addition, the moving direction of the guided member, that is, the movable body such as the movable article or the decorative movable body, is set to a direction substantially along the surface of the game board having a game area in which a game medium is driven in the gaming machine. Is desirable. Specifically, when the movable body is moved in the vertical direction, the game medium that has been driven flows down from the top to the bottom of the game area, so that the movable body is moved in the vertical direction substantially the same as the flow direction of the game medium. By moving it, it is easy for the player to move his / her line of sight between the game medium and the movable body, and it is possible to prevent the player from getting tired at an early stage and to prevent the interest from deteriorating. In addition, when the movable body is moved in the left-right direction, the movable body moves in a direction perpendicular to the flowing direction of the game medium flowing down. Changes greatly, and it becomes possible to raise tension and to prevent interest from deteriorating.

  Further, the moving means may be configured integrally with the guide member and the guided member, or the moving means may be configured integrally with the rotation preventing means, and thereby the same effect as described above can be achieved. In addition, the configuration of the moving means can be simplified.

  Furthermore, the movable body may be a character body in which a part or the whole of a predetermined character is three-dimensionally shaped, and the character body makes a complicated movement, so that a strong impact can be given to the player. Can be enhanced.

Means 2: In the constitution of means 1,
"The rotation preventing means is
A guide member that extends in substantially the same direction as the extending direction of the guide member and is disposed at a predetermined distance from the guide member;
The guide member has a guided member that is controlled to move in a direction substantially perpendicular to the extending direction by the guide member and is held by the guided member.

  Here, as the “guide member”, “a cross-sectional shape is circular or polygonal and extends continuously in a predetermined direction”, “a cross-sectional shape is circular or polygonal and extends discontinuously in a predetermined direction (predetermined Are arranged at intervals of “)” and the like. The “guided member” includes “a member guided by abutting against the outer surface of the guide member”, “a member guided by abutting against the inner surface or the recessed portion of the guide member”, and “a fitting with the guide member”. What is guided by combining ", etc. are mentioned.

  By the way, the rotation prevention means includes a guide member that is fixed to the guided member and extends in substantially the same direction as the extending direction of the guiding member, and a guided member that is fixed at a predetermined position and guided by the guide member. In this case, since the guide member having a predetermined length moves with the movement of the guided member (movable body) to be guided and guided, a space in which the guide member can move at least as much as the guided member moves is required. There are many restrictions when it is provided in a gaming machine made of members, and it becomes difficult to guide (move) the movable body satisfactorily, and there is a problem that it is impossible to obtain a rendering effect due to the movement of the movable body.

  According to the configuration of the means 2, the guide member disposed at a position spaced apart from the guide member by a predetermined distance substantially parallel to the guide member, and the guide member to which the guide member is restricted from moving in the direction perpendicular to the axis and held by the guide member. And a member.

  Accordingly, the guided member held by the guided member can be guided by the guide member as the guided member moves and move in a predetermined direction, and the guide member moves the guide member in the direction perpendicular to the axis of the guide member. Since movement is restricted, it is possible to satisfactorily prevent the guided member from rotating around the axis of the guiding member.

  Further, since the guide member is disposed at a position that is a predetermined distance away from the guide member, for example, even if the play between the guide member and the guided member is the same, the distance between the guide member and the guide member By appropriately selecting, it is possible to appropriately adjust the shaking of the guided member. More specifically, the greater the distance between the guide member and the guide member, the less the swing caused by the rotation of the guided member around the axis of the guide member becomes smaller, so the space for arranging the guide member and guide member in the gaming machine is reduced. Accordingly, it is possible to select a guide member, a guided member, a guide member, a guided member, and the like having optimum processing accuracy, and it is possible to suppress an increase in processing cost.

  Further, since the position of the guide member is fixed with respect to the guided member to be moved, a space for moving the guide member becomes unnecessary as compared with the case where the guided member is held by the guided member. As a result, the installation space can be reduced as much as possible, so that the movable body can be guided and guided well, and a movable body that can be expected to produce a desired effect can be installed in the gaming machine. It is possible to enhance the interest of the player.

Means 3: In the configuration of means 3,
“The guide member is long and has substantially the same cross-sectional shape, and the guided member has a substantially U-shaped cross-section through which the guide member can be inserted”.

  According to the configuration of the means 3, the guide member is a long member having the same shape in cross section, and the guided member is a member having a U-shaped cross section sandwiching the guide member. Thereby, a guide member and a to-be-guided member can be set as a respectively simple structure, and a rotation prevention means can be implement | achieved easily. Moreover, a general extrusion material, a drawing material, etc. can be used as a guide member, and the cost concerning a guide member etc. can be reduced.

Means 4: In any one configuration from means 1 to means 3,
“It further comprises a game board having a game area into which a game medium is driven by a player's operation,
The guide member is arranged so as to extend in the up-down direction and extend in the left-right direction so as to be substantially along the surface of the game board ”.

  Here, “substantially along the surface of the game board” means a state that is substantially parallel to the board surface of the game board, and the arrangement position thereof is the front side of the game board (side facing the player). , Any position in the back of the game board or in the game board.

  According to the configuration of the means 4, the guide member extends in the vertical direction and the support member extends in the horizontal direction so as to substantially follow the surface of the game board having the game area. It is. Thereby, since the movable body supported by the support member can be moved in the vertical direction, the movable body moves in the vertical direction substantially the same as the flow direction of the game medium flowing down the game area, and the game medium and the movable body It is easy to move the player's line of sight between them, and it is possible to prevent the player from getting tired early and to prevent the interest from deteriorating.

Means 5: In any one configuration from means 1 to means 4,
It is characterized by further comprising “rotating means for rotating the support member together with the movable body around the axis of the support member”.

  Here, as "rotating means", "the one that rotates by the rotation of the motor", "the one that rotates by moving the solenoid plunger back and forth", "the one that rotates by moving the piston of the cylinder back and forth" And the like.

  According to the structure of the means 5, it is further provided with a turning means for turning the support member around its axis. As a result, the movable body also rotates together with the support member, so that the movable body can be moved not only in the extending direction of the guide member but also in the direction around the axis of the support member. It is possible to increase the interest by making a movement with a higher production effect.

  Further, since the above-described rotation preventing means is provided, even if the movable body is rotated by the rotating means via the support member, the movable body can be prevented from shaking, so that the movable body is movable. The body can be rotated well around the axis of the support member, and the above-described effects can be achieved.

Means 6: In any one configuration from means 1 to means 5,
“The guide member is
It is characterized in that the outer shape of the cross section is composed of a circular rod-shaped member.

  Here, the “bar-shaped member having a circular cross-sectional outer shape” may be a solid or hollow member as long as the outer shape is circular.

  According to the configuration of the means 6, the guide member is a rod-shaped member having a circular cross-sectional outer shape, that is, a columnar rod-shaped member. Thereby, it can suppress that the cost concerning a guide member increases by making a guide member into mold materials, such as a general round bar and a pipe material.

  Further, since the rotation preventing means is provided as described above, the guided member can be satisfactorily rotated even when the guided member is a columnar rod-shaped member that is easy to rotate around the axis of the guiding member ( Can be prevented.

Means 7: In the gaming machine,
"A game board having a game area into which game media are driven by a player's operation,
A guide member made of a rod-shaped member extending in the vertical direction substantially along the surface of the game board and having a circular cross-sectional outer shape;
A guided member that is rotatable about the axis of the guiding member and guided and guided by the guiding member;
Moving means for moving the guided member in the extending direction of the guiding member while being guided and guided by the guiding member;
One end is held by the guided member that is moved by the moving means, and a supporting member that extends substantially perpendicular to the extending direction of the guiding member and substantially along the surface of the game board;
A movable body supported by the support member;
A rotating means for rotating the support member together with the movable body around an axis of the support member;
The supporting member rotated by the rotating means is disposed substantially opposite to the extending side of the guiding member and at a predetermined distance from the guiding member. A guide member that extends in substantially the same direction as the direction and has a substantially identical cross-sectional shape, and has a substantially U-shaped cross-section through which the guide member can be inserted. The guide member moves in a direction substantially perpendicular to the extending direction. And a rotation preventing means that has a guided member that is held by the guided member and prevents the guided member from rotating about the axis of the guiding member. It is characterized by that.

  According to the configuration of the means 7, a game board having a game area, a guide member made of a rod-shaped member extending in the vertical direction along the surface of the game board and having a circular cross-sectional shape, and guided by the guide member A guided member, a moving means for moving the guided member in a state guided and guided by the guiding member, and one end held by the guided member extending in a direction perpendicular to the axis of the guiding member and substantially along the surface of the game board The supporting member, the movable body supported by the supporting member, the rotating means for rotating the supporting member around its axis, and the extending side of the supporting member are guided to the opposite side across the guiding member. A guide member that is disposed substantially parallel to the member at a predetermined distance and has a cross-section that has the same shape, and a U-shaped cross-section through which the guide member can be inserted. Guided member having a guided member to be held It is obtained by a rotation preventing means for preventing the rotation the axis around the guide member.

  As a result, even if a movable body such as an accessory movable body or a decorative movable body held by the guided member via the support member is moved up and down substantially along the surface of the game board by the moving means, it can be rotated. Since the rotation of the guide member around the axis is prevented by the prevention means, the movable body can be prevented from unnecessarily shaking, and unintentional shake can be suppressed and a desired performance operation can be performed reliably. In addition, it is possible to prevent the interest from deteriorating, to make the movable body larger, to make the movable body more conspicuous, and to enhance the effect of the movable body.

  Further, even if the movable body is enlarged, the anti-rotation means can prevent the shake well, so that the movable body can be prevented from coming into contact with other members such as an effect display device. Therefore, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of a malfunction due to damage or wear of the movable body or other members.

  Further, the rotation preventing means is arranged on the opposite side of the supporting member extending side with the guiding means interposed therebetween. That is, since the rotation preventing means is disposed in the same direction as the extending direction of the support member, the amount of protrusion in the direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the support member can be reduced as much as possible. Thereby, for example, when the support member is arranged so as to be substantially along the gaming board of the gaming machine, it is possible to suppress an increase in the thickness (distance in the front-rear direction) of the gaming machine. It is possible to cope with the island facilities where the game machines used are installed.

  In addition, since the movable body is moved in the vertical direction so as to substantially follow the surface of the game board, the movable body moves in the vertical direction substantially the same as the flow direction of the game medium flowing down the game area, and the game medium and the movable body It is easy to move the player's line of sight between them, and it is possible to prevent the player from getting tired early, and to prevent the interest from deteriorating.

  Further, since the rotating means for rotating the movable body around the axis of the support member is provided, not only the extending direction (vertical direction) of the guide member but also the direction around the axis of the support member is provided. Can be moved, so that the movement of the movable body can be made more complicated, and it can be made more interesting by making the movement with a higher production effect, and the movable body by the rotating means Even if it is about to swing around the axis of the guide member, the rotation is prevented by the rotation preventing means, and the desired effect can be reliably exhibited.

Means 8: In any one gaming machine from means 1 to means 7,
It is a pachinko machine.
Here, the pachinko machine is a gaming machine in which an input medium that is a medium that a player inputs into the gaming machine and a game medium that is a medium used for a substantial game performed by the player are the same. This is a type of gaming machine in which a game is played using a medium such as a game ball inserted. Specifically, “a launching device that launches a game ball in response to the operation of the operation handle, and appropriate equipment such as a number of obstacle nails, accessories, display means, etc. , A game area provided with appropriate entrances for game balls such as passing holes and arrival holes, a rail for guiding the game balls from the launcher to the game area, and entrance of the game balls guided to the game area It has a payout means for paying out a predetermined number of game balls as prize balls according to the entrance to the ball entrance or according to the entrance mode of the game balls to the plurality of entrances.

  In addition, there are various types of pachinko machines, which are generally represented by what is referred to as a “digipachi machine”, “entrance state detection means for detecting the entrance state to the entrance (game state detection And a special lottery means for performing a predetermined lottery when the incoming ball is detected by the incoming ball state detecting means, and a special symbol for varying the special symbol according to the lottery result of the lottery means and stopping the fluctuation. "With a symbol display means" or "Additionally, during special symbol fluctuations, a symbol string composed of a plurality of symbols is displayed in a variable manner, and the symbols are stopped in the symbol string, and characters, various articles, etc. The display further includes an effect display means for displaying an appropriate display by drawing the display object and operating the display object, etc. " Of game balls in One game is played with a predetermined number of game balls, such as sixteen, etc., which is represented by what is generally referred to as an “alepati machine”, and a plurality of entries in one game. For example, “a payout of a predetermined number of game balls according to the manner in which the game balls enter the ball opening” can be exemplified.

  According to the configuration of the means 8, any effect of the above-described means can be achieved in the pachinko machine.

Means 9: In any one gaming machine from means 1 to means 7,
It is a pachislot machine.
Here, the pachislot machine inserts a medal as an insertion medium, and rotates a plurality of reels each having a plurality of symbols drawn thereon by operating a starting operation means (for example, an operation lever) after the medal is inserted. Then, the player can perform a game such that the symbol sequence constituted by each reel is variably displayed, and thereafter the variation display of each symbol sequence is stopped in accordance with the operation of the stop operation means (for example, stop button). Is to be done. In other words, it can be understood as a slot machine with a stop operation function. If the stop operating means is not operated even after the predetermined time has elapsed, the variable display of the symbol sequence may be stopped when the predetermined time has elapsed. And when the variable display of each symbol sequence is stopped, the specific symbol displayed is a specific symbol, the combination of symbols displayed in each symbol sequence is a specific combination, etc. When the above condition is satisfied, a predetermined number of medals are paid out according to the satisfied condition, or a special advantageous state advantageous to the player who can acquire a large amount of medals is generated. .

  According to the structure of the means 9, in the pachislot machine, the effect of any of the above-mentioned means can be exhibited.

Means 10: In any one gaming machine from means 1 to means 7,
It is characterized by combining a pachinko machine and a pachislot machine.
Here, “a game machine in which a pachinko machine and a pachislot machine are fused” means that a plurality of (for example, five) game balls are used as one unit of input medium, and after the input medium is input, the starting operation means A symbol string composed of a plurality of symbols is variably displayed in response to an operation of the operation lever (for example, an operation lever), and thereafter, the variation of the symbol string is stopped in response to an operation of a stop operation means (for example, a stop button). If the stop operating means is not operated even after the predetermined time has elapsed, the variable display of the symbol sequence may be stopped when the predetermined time has elapsed. And when the variable display of each symbol sequence is stopped, the specific symbol displayed is a specific symbol, the combination of symbols displayed in each symbol sequence is a specific combination, etc. When the above condition is satisfied, a predetermined number of medals are paid out according to the satisfied condition, or a special advantageous state advantageous to the player who can acquire a large amount of medals is generated. .

  According to the configuration of the means 10, in a gaming machine in which a pachinko machine and a pachislot machine are fused, the operational effects of any of the means described above can be achieved.

  As described above, according to the present invention, there is provided a gaming machine that can prevent a decrease in interest or occurrence of a malfunction by surely performing a desired performance operation by preventing the swing of the movable body. Can be provided.

Hereinafter, a pachinko gaming machine (hereinafter simply referred to as a “pachinko machine”) according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
[Overall Configuration of Pachinko Machine] A description will be given based on FIGS. 1 and 2.
FIG. 1 is a front view showing the entire front side of the pachinko machine, and FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a state in which the main body frame is opened on one side of the outer frame of the pachinko machine and the front frame is opened on one side of the main body frame. It is. In FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the decorative members in the game area are omitted.
The pachinko machine 1 includes an outer frame 2, a main body frame 3, a front frame 4, a game board 5, and the like. The outer frame 2 is formed into a vertically long rectangular frame shape by upper, lower, left, and right wooden frame members, and has a lower receiving plate 6 that receives the lower surface of the main body frame 3 at the front lower portion of the outer frame 2. On one side of the front surface of the outer frame 2, the main body frame 3 is attached by a hinge mechanism 7 so as to be opened and closed forward. The outer frame 2 may be formed of a light metal such as resin or aluminum.

[Configuration of Main Body Frame] A description will be given based on FIGS. 1 and 3.
FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the main frame of the pachinko machine and the game board separated from the front right and diagonally.
The main body frame 3 is configured by integrally molding the front frame body 11, the game board mounting frame 12, and the mechanism mounting body 13 with a synthetic resin material. The front frame body 11 of the main body frame 3 is formed in a rectangular frame shape having a size corresponding to the outer shape excluding the support plate 6 on the front side of the outer frame 2 (see FIG. 2). A main body frame side hinge device 15 is fixed to the upper and lower portions on one side of the front frame body 11, and a hinge pin and a hinge are connected to the outer frame side hinge device 14 fixed to the upper and lower portions on one side of the outer frame 2. It is mounted so that it can be opened and closed by a hole. That is, the hinge mechanism 7 is configured by the outer frame side hinge tool 14, the main body frame side hinge tool 15, the hinge pin, and the hinge hole.

  On the front side of the front frame body 11, a speaker box portion 16 is integrally formed in the front lower left area of the front frame body 11 positioned below the game board mounting frame 12, and is formed in the front opening portion of the speaker box portion 16. The speaker mounting plate 17 is mounted so as to close the opening. A speaker 18 is mounted on the speaker mounting plate 17. In addition, in the lower region of the front surface of the front frame 11, a firing rail 19 is attached to the upper half of the front frame 11 in an inclined manner. A lower front plate 30 is mounted on the lower half of the lower area of the front surface of the front frame 11. A lower tray 31 capable of storing game balls is provided at a substantially central portion of the front surface of the lower front plate 30, an operation handle 32 is provided on the right side, and an ashtray 33 is provided on the left side. . The lower plate 31 is provided with a ball discharge lever 34 for discharging the game ball downward.

[Configuration of Front Frame] A description will be given based on FIGS. 1 and 2.
The front frame 4 is mounted on one side of the front surface of the front frame body 11 so as to cover a portion extending from the upper end of the front frame body 11 to the upper edge of the lower front plate 30 so as to be opened and closed forward by a hinge mechanism 36. Yes. In addition, a substantially circular opening window 38 through which the game area 37 of the game board 5 can be seen through from the front is formed at a substantially central portion of the front frame 4. Further, a window frame 39 having a rectangular frame shape larger than the opening window 38 is provided on the rear side of the front frame 4, and a transparent plate 50 such as a glass plate or a transparent resin plate is mounted on the window frame 39. . Further, substantially the entire front surface of the front frame 4 is decorated by a front decoration member in which a lamp or the like is provided, and an upper plate 51 is formed at the lower part of the front surface of the front frame 4. Specifically, around the opening window 38, a side decoration device 52 is mounted on the left and right sides, an upper plate 51 is mounted on the lower portion, and an acoustic decoration device 53 is mounted on the upper portion. The side decoration device 52 is mainly configured by a side decoration body 54 in which a lamp substrate is disposed and formed of a synthetic resin material. A plurality of slit-like opening holes that are long in the horizontal direction are arranged in the side decoration body 54 in the vertical direction, and a lens 55 corresponding to a light source disposed on the lamp substrate is incorporated in the opening hole. The acoustic illumination device 53 includes a transparent cover body 56, a speaker 57, a speaker cover 58, a reflector body (not shown), and the like, and these constituent members are assembled together to form a unit. A button 59 that can be operated by the player is provided on the left side of the upper plate 51.

[Configuration of Locking Device] A description will be given based on FIGS. 2 and 3.
A function of locking the main body frame 3 with respect to the outer frame 2 and a function of locking the front frame 4 with respect to the main body frame 3 on the rear side of the free end side opposite to the hinge mechanism 36 of the front frame body 11 The locking device 70 having both of the above is mounted. That is, in this embodiment, the locking device 70 includes a plurality of upper and lower body frame locking hooks 72 that detachably engage with a closing tool 71 provided on the outer frame 2 to lock the body frame 3 in a closed state, From the front of the pachinko machine 1, a plurality of upper and lower door locking hooks 74 that detachably engage with a closing tool 73 provided on the rear side of the front end of the front frame 4 to lock the front frame 4 in a closed state. A cylinder lock 75 that is exposed through the front frame 11 and the lower front plate 30 is provided so that the key can be inserted and unlocked. Then, a key is inserted into the key hole of the cylinder lock 75 and rotated in one direction, so that the engagement between the main body frame locking hook 72 and the closing tool 71 of the outer frame 2 is released, and the main body frame 3 is unlocked. By rotating in the opposite direction, the engagement between the door locking hook 74 and the closing tool 73 of the front frame 4 is released and the front frame 4 is unlocked.

[Configuration of Game Board Mounting Frame] A description will be given based on FIGS. 2 to 4.
FIG. 4 is a rear view showing the entire rear side of the pachinko machine.
As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the game board mounting frame 12 of the main body frame 3 is provided on the rear side of the front frame body 11, and the game board 5 is mounted so as to be attachable / detachable from the front. . The game board 5 is formed in a substantially square plate shape having a size to be fitted from the front of the game board mounting frame 12 (see FIG. 9). A guide rail 78 including an outer rail 76 and an inner rail 77 is provided on the board surface (front surface) of the game board 5, and a game area 37 is defined inside the guide rail 78. A predetermined gap is provided between the launch rail 19 and the guide rail 78, and when the launched game ball returns to the guide rail 78, the game ball is discharged from the gap. It is configured to be guided to the lower plate 31. Further, a front structural member 79 made of synthetic resin is attached to the front surface of the game board 5 in the outer region of the guide rail 78.

  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 4, the lower part on the rear side of the game board 5 receives a game ball that has flowed into the various winning devices in a portion extending from the center part to the lower part, and serves as a collective bag for guiding the game ball to a predetermined position. A box mounting base 91 having both the above function and the function as a box mounting portion is provided. A sub-control board box 93 in which a sub-control board 92 such as a sound control board and a lamp control board is housed is mounted on the box mounting base 91 and is superposed on the rear side of the sub-control board box 93. A main control board box 95 in which the main control board 94 is accommodated is mounted. Further, in a state where the box mounting base 91, the sub control board box 93 and the main control board box 95 are respectively mounted on the rear side of the game board 5, the game board 5 is moved from the front of the game board mounting frame 12 of the main body frame 3. The box mounting base 91, the sub control board box 93, and the main control board box 95 are arranged so as not to protrude outward from the outline of the game board 5 so as to be fitted and mounted.

[Configuration of Main Body Frame Mechanism Mounted Body, Ball Tank, and Tank Rail] A description will be given based on FIGS. 7 and 8.
FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing the state in which various members are assembled to the main body frame of the pachinko machine from diagonally upper right rear, and FIG. 8 is a perspective view showing the main body frame from diagonally upper right rear.
A tank mounting portion 111, a rail mounting portion 112, a dispensing device mounting portion 113, and the like are formed on the mechanism mounting body 13 of the main body frame 3, and a ball tank 114 is mounted on the tank mounting portion 111. The ball tank 114 is made of a transparent synthetic resin material, and is formed in a box shape opening upward so that a large number of game balls supplied from the island facility can be stored. The storage state of the game balls in the ball tank 114 is visible through the rear side wall of the ball tank 114. In addition, a discharge port 116 for discharging a game ball is formed at the rear corner of the bottom plate portion 115 of the ball tank 114, and the bottom plate portion 115 is formed on an inclined surface inclined downward toward the discharge port 116. .

  The mechanism mounting body 13 of the main body frame 3 is integrally formed with a rail mounting portion 112 so as to approach the tank mounting portion 111 downward, and the rail component 117 is mounted on the rail mounting portion 112 so that the tank rail 118 is configured. That is, in this embodiment, the rail mounting portion 111 is formed in a state where the upper lateral direction portion of the main body frame 3 is recessed by a predetermined depth, and the rear side wall of the recess is used as the front wall portion 119 of the tank rail 118. An inclined rail shelf 120 that is inclined downward from one end (left end toward FIG. 8) to the other end (right end toward FIG. 8) is formed along the lower edge of the recess. An upward surface extending in the lateral direction of the rail shelf 120 is used as a rail receiving portion 121.

  A rail constituting member 117 which is mounted on the rail mounting portion 112 and constitutes the tank rail 118 includes a rear wall portion 122 which forms a rail passage between the rail mounting portion 112 and the front wall portion 119, and an inclined lower plate And a partition wall (both not shown) that project along the center in the front-rear direction of the upper surface of the lower plate part and divide the rail passage into front and rear rows (in this embodiment, front and rear rows). It is formed in preparation. The rail constituting member 117 is attached to the rail attaching portion 112 by an appropriate attachment means, thereby forming a tank rail 118 having a plurality of front and rear rows of rail passages. Then, after the game balls discharged from the discharge port 116 of the ball tank 114 (falling due to its own weight) are received at one end of the rail passages in the front and rear rows of the tank rail 118, the game balls follow the rail passage by their own weight. And rolling toward the other end of the rail passage. Further, in this embodiment, the rail constituent member 117 is formed of a transparent synthetic resin material, whereby the flow state of the game balls in the rail passage is visually recognized through the rear wall portion 122 of the rail constituent member 117. It is possible.

  The front wall portion 119 of the tank rail 118 (rail mounting portion 112) is separated from the first space portion in order to avoid interference with the upper end portion of the rear portion of the equipment (for example, an accessory) protruding to the rear side of the game board 5. It is provided in the state. In this embodiment, the rear end of the rail shelf 120 that is the rear end portion of the main body frame 3 and the rear wall portion of the tank rail 118 are substantially flush with the rear side wall of the ball tank 114. In other words, the tank rail 118 is arranged rearwardly from the rear surface of the game board 5 until the rear wall portion of the ball tank 114 is substantially flush with the rear wall portion of the ball tank 114. As a result, a first space portion is provided between the rear side of the game board 5 and the front wall portion 119 of the tank rail 118 to avoid interference with the rear portion of the equipment (for example, an accessory). .

  Above the tank rail 118, a rectifying body 123 for aligning the game balls flowing in the rail passage without overlapping each other is mounted so as to be swingable about the shaft 124 at the upper part thereof. The rectifier 123 is provided with a weight from the center to the bottom.

[Configurations of Dispensing Device Mounting Unit and Ball Dispensing Device] A description will be given based on FIGS. 7 and 8.
A vertically long paying device mounting portion 113 corresponding to a ball paying device (ball paying unit) 125 described below is formed in the vertical direction of one side of the mechanism mounting body 13 of the main body frame 3. The dispensing device mounting portion 113 is formed in a concave shape having an opening on the rear side. In addition, an opening 127 through which a payout motor 126 (see FIG. 3) of the ball payout device 125 can project is formed at a predetermined position of a back wall portion (not shown) having a stepped shape of the payout device mounting portion 113. Yes.

  In a state where the ball payout device 125 is mounted in the recess of the payout device mounting portion 113, a second space portion is provided between the game board 5 and the first space portion that is substantially at the same level in the front-rear direction. . Thus, the rail passage and the ball passage are arranged at substantially the same level in the front-rear direction. Further, the rear end of the main body frame 3, that is, the rear end of the peripheral wall portion of the dispensing device mounting portion 113, the rear end of the rail shelf 120, the ball tank 114, the tank rail 118, and the ball dispensing device 125 are substantially the same surface. ing.

  The ball payout device 125 has a vertically long box shape that is substantially the same size as the recess of the payout device mounting portion 113, and is unitized by mounting various components related to payout. The ball payout device 125 is fitted from the rear opening of the recess of the payout device mounting portion 113 and is mounted by appropriate mounting means (for example, mounting means such as an elastic clip, a locking claw, and a screw). It has become.

  Further, although not shown, the ball dispensing device 125 is formed by dividing the ball passages having inflow ports respectively communicating with the outlets of the rail passages in the tank rail 118 into a plurality of front and rear rows (for example, front and rear rows). Also, the downstream portions of the front and rear rows of ball passages formed in the interior are bifurcated to form front and rear rows of prize balls, a ball rental ball passage and a ball removal ball passage. In addition, a payout member (not shown) made of a rotating body for distributing and paying out game balls to any of the passages is rotated in the forward and reverse directions at a branch portion between the winning ball and the ball passage for lending and the ball passage for ball removal. It is arranged to be possible.

[Equipment on the lower rear part of the main body frame] A description will be given based on FIGS.
On the rear side of the front frame 11 of the main body frame 3, on one side (left side in FIG. 4) of the rear lower region of the front frame 11 positioned below the game board mounting frame 12, A launching device unit 130 that is assembled with a launching hammer (not shown) for launching a game ball sent to the launching position of the tilted end, a launching motor 128 that operates the launching hammer, and the like, assembled on the mounting substrate 129. Is installed. In addition, a power supply board box 132 that accommodates the power supply board 131 is mounted at a substantially central portion of the rear lower region of the front frame body 11, and the dispensing control board 133 is placed in a state of being superimposed on the rear side of the power supply board box 132. A payout control board box 134 to be accommodated is mounted. The payout control board 133 includes a RAM for storing the number of game balls to be paid out, and transmits a control signal for paying out game balls in accordance with a payout signal transmitted from the main control board 94 to a relay circuit board (not shown). Thus, the operation of the payout motor 126 is controlled.

[Configuration of Rear Cover Body] A description will be given based on FIGS. 4 and 5.
FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing the entire rear side of the pachinko machine from the upper right rear.
The rear end portions of the display device control board box 135 (see FIG. 9) and the main control board box 95 arranged on the rear surface of the game board 5 protrude toward the window opening portion opened in the center portion of the mechanism mounting body 13. . And between the side wall part which comprises one side wall of the window opening part of the mechanism mounting body 13, and the one side wall of the dispensing device mounting part 113 which comprises the other side wall, a substantially square box shape is formed by an opaque synthetic resin material. The formed rear cover body 136 is detachably mounted by a cover hinge mechanism 137.

  The rear cover body 136 is configured integrally with a substantially rectangular rear wall portion 138 and a peripheral wall portion 139 protruding forward from the outer peripheral edge of the rear wall portion 138. Of the peripheral wall portion 139 of the rear cover body 136, the wall portion 139a on one side is attached / detached from above the hinge holes of the hinge body 140 formed at a total of three positions above and below the side wall portion of the mechanism mounting body 13. A hinge body 142 having a hinge pin 141 that can be fitted downward is integrally formed. Further, of the peripheral wall portion 139 of the rear cover body 136, the other wall portion 139 b has a locking claw that can be elastically engaged with a locking hole formed in one side wall of the dispensing device mounting portion 113. The elastic closing body 143 is integrally formed.

  That is, in the rear cover body 136, the hinge pins 141 of the upper and lower and intermediate hinge bodies 142 are respectively fitted from above the hinge holes of the hinge body 140 of the side wall portion of the mechanism mounting body 13. In this state, the rear cover body 136 is rotated toward the other side of the mechanism mounting body 13 around the hinge pin 141, and the elastic closing body 143 is inserted into the locking hole on one side wall of the dispensing device mounting portion 113. The rear cover body 136 is held in a closed state on the rear side of the mechanism mounting body 13 by being elastically engaged. Then, the rear cover body 136 covers the entire display device control board box 135 (see FIG. 9) on the rear surface of the game board 5 and a portion extending from the substantially middle portion to the upper end of the main control board box 95 by the rear cover body 136. ing. As a result, the board connector of the main control board 94 exposed to the upper part of the main control board box 95 (mainly a board connector for connecting to the display apparatus control board) is hidden from view from behind.

  Further, a portion from the substantially middle portion to the lower end of the main control board box 95 is exposed without being covered by the rear cover body 136. An inspection connector 144 disposed on the main control board 94 is exposed at the lower portion of the main control board box 95, and the inspection connector on the main control board 94 is closed with the rear cover body 136 closed. A board inspection device (not shown) can be connected to the connector 144 for inspection.

  A large number of heat radiation holes 145, 146, 147, and 148 are provided in the rear cover body 136, and internal heat is released from the large number of heat radiation holes 145, 146, 147, and 148. . In this embodiment, the rear cover body 136 is provided with a number of slit-like heat radiation holes 145 extending from the peripheral wall portion 139 to the rear wall portion 138, and from the substantially middle height position of the rear wall portion 138 to the upper portion. A large number of elliptical, elliptical, etc. heat radiation holes 146 are provided therethrough, and a large number of elliptical, elliptical, etc. heat radiation holes 147 and a predetermined number of laterally rectangular heat radiation holes 148 pass through the lower portion of the rear wall 138. It is installed.

  Further, the horizontally elongated rectangular heat radiation hole 148 has a size corresponding to the size and arrangement position of a plurality of parallel seal portions 149 sealed by the seal screw (sealing member) of the main control board box 95. It penetrates the position. As a result, even when the opaque rear cover body 136 is closed, the plurality of parallel sealing portions 149 of the main control board box 95 are exposed so as to be visible at the portion of the heat radiation hole 148. For this reason, even when the rear cover body 136 is closed, the sealing state of the sealing portion 149 of the main control board box 95 can be easily visually confirmed. In addition, since the opaque synthetic resin material can be easily used as a synthetic resin material that is recycled compared to the transparent synthetic resin material, the rear cover body 136 can be manufactured at low cost.

  Of the peripheral wall portion 139 of the rear cover body 136, at a predetermined position (two places on the left and right in this embodiment) of the upper side wall portion 139c, a power cord (not shown) is held in a substantially folded state so as to be appropriately folded. An elastically deformable cord holder 150 extends toward the rear wall surface of the upper tank rail 118 (the rear wall surface of the rail component member 117). A knob for removing the power cord by elastically deforming the cord holder 150 is formed at the tip of the cord holder 150.

  One end of the power cord is removably connected to the board connector 152 of the distribution board 151, and the power plug at the other end is inserted into a power outlet. As described above, by forming the cord holder 150 integrally with the rear cover body 136 and holding the power cord, the power cord hangs when the pachinko machine 1 is transported and stored, or it may become an obstacle. The trouble which is caught can be prevented.

[Configuration of Sphere Derivative for Lower Plate, etc. at Lower Lower Side of Main Body Frame] A description will be given based on FIGS.
6 is a perspective view showing a state in which the rear cover body and various control boards are removed from the perspective view of the pachinko machine shown in FIG.
A lower dish ball derivative 153 is attached to the other side portion (hinge portion) of the rear lower region of the main body frame 3 in the recessed portion of the rear stepped portion of the speaker box portion 16. The lower tray ball derivative 153 is used when the game balls paid out to the upper plate 51 through the upper plate connection path (not shown) from the winning ball and rental ball passage of the ball dispensing device 125 are full. The game ball on the upper plate communication path is for guiding the game ball to the lower plate 31.

  In this embodiment, a board box 155 that houses the interface board 154 is mounted on the outer surface of the rear wall of the lower dish ball derivative 153. The interface board 154 is interposed between the ball lending machine installed adjacent to the pachinko machine 1 and the payout control board 133, and transmits / receives a signal related to ball lending between the ball lending machine and the payout control board 133. Electrical connection is possible.

[About the configuration of the game board]
FIG. 10 is an enlarged front view showing a configuration of a game board having a game area. FIG. 11 is a perspective view showing the game board from an oblique front, and FIG. 12 is a perspective view showing the game board from an oblique rear. 13 is a perspective view showing a state in which the main control board box, the sub control board box and the like in FIG. 12 are removed. FIG. 14 is a perspective view showing the game board disassembled and shown obliquely from the front.

  As shown in FIG. 10 to FIG. 14, the game board 5 has a substantially circular opening 210 and a front component member including a guide rail 78 including an outer rail 76 and an inner rail 77 for guiding a game ball in the opening 210. 79, the front component member 79 is attached to the front side, and a plate-like game board base 212 having a plurality of through holes 211 having an appropriate shape, and the game board base 212 so as to cover the through holes 211 of the game board base 212 Main character 213 attached to the front side of the game, main prize port unit 214, and game area decoration 215, rear decoration 216 corresponding to the main character 213 and attached to the rear surface of game board base 212, and rear decoration 216 which is placed behind the game board base 212 and a play invitation that guides the game balls won in the main winning opening unit 214 to be discharged. And a member 218 mainly includes.

  In the game board 5, a game area 37 is mainly defined inside the opening 210 in the front component member 79 and on the front side of the game board base 212. In the game area 37, as shown in FIG. A number of obstacle nails are provided in a predetermined gauge arrangement, and a windmill 219 is provided at an appropriate position in the middle of the nail. A decorative body 215 is arranged. Note that an out-port 220 is provided at the lowermost center of the game area 37 to discharge game balls that have not won a prize-winning hole or the like from the game area 37.

(About the composition of the main character)
Next, a specific configuration of the main character 213 in the game board 5 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. FIG. 15 is a front view of the main character, FIG. 16 is a perspective view showing the main character from an oblique front, and FIG. 17 is a perspective view showing the main character from an oblique rear. FIG. 18 is an exploded perspective view of the main character disassembled and shown obliquely from the front. FIG. 19 is an enlarged front view showing the vicinity of the stage of the main character in an enlarged manner. 20 is a perspective view showing the left and right movable decorative bodies and the decorative body drive unit. FIG. 21A is a perspective view showing the left movable decorative body obliquely from the rear. FIG. 20B is an exploded view of the left movable decorative body. And it is a disassembled perspective view shown from diagonally forward. FIG. 22A is a perspective view showing the right movable decorative body obliquely from the rear, and FIG. 22B is a perspective view showing the right movable decorative body disassembled from the oblique front. FIG. 23A is an exploded perspective view of the left movable decorative body drive unit, and FIG. 23B is an exploded perspective view of the right movable decorative body drive unit. Further, FIG. 24 is an explanatory diagram showing the movement of the left and right movable decorative bodies.

  As shown in FIGS. 15 to 18, the main character 213 in the game board 5 is a frame-shaped decorative body 230 formed in a frame shape, and a character body 231 attached to the lower right edge on the front side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230. And a decorative member 232 that is attached to the upper edge of the front side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 and slightly to the right, and is attached to the rear side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 so as to close the opening of the frame-shaped decorative body 230. A transparent plate-shaped partition plate 233, a right movable decorative body 234 and a left movable decorative body 235 disposed on the lower front side of the upper edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 230, and a rear side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230. The right movable decorative body driving unit 236 and the left movable decorative body driving unit 237 are provided for rotating the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 about predetermined axes, respectively.

  The main character 213 further includes a chucker 238 capable of detecting a game ball passing through a predetermined area in the game area 37. The chucker 238 is attached to the left edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 and detects a passage of the game ball, and has an opening that covers the passage detection sensor 239 from the front and allows the game ball to pass in the vertical direction. The chucker cover 240 is provided. When a game ball flowing down in the game area 37 enters from the upper side of the chucker cover 240, the chucker 238 detects the game ball by the passage detection sensor 239, and then detects the detected game ball on the lower side of the chucker cover 240. The game area 37 is returned to the game area 37 again.

  The main decorative body 213 has a frame-shaped decorative body 230 provided with a warp inlet 250 below a portion to which the passage detection sensor 238 is attached, and below the warp inlet 250 the inner side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230. A warp outlet 251 is formed in the frame-shaped decorative body 230, and a warp passage 252 that connects the warp inlet 250 and the warp outlet 251 is formed inside the frame-shaped decorative body 230. The warp passage 252 is formed by closing an opening portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 formed in a U-shape in cross section by a part of the partition plate 233, and a game ball that flows down along the game board surface Can be taken in from the outer side (outer periphery) of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 to the inner side through the warp passage 252.

  The frame-shaped decorative body 230 of the main character 213 has a rolling surface 253 that can be continuously rolled from the warp outlet 251 of the warp passage 252 on the upper surface of the lower edge portion, and can roll the game ball in the left-right direction. A stage 256 is provided which is provided on the front side of the surface 253 and includes a weir portion 255 having a predetermined height and having open portions 254 on the left and right. In this stage 256, the game ball taken in through the warp passage 252 is rolled in the left-right direction so that various changes can be made in its movement, and the game ball rolling on the stage 256 is It flows out from the opening part 254 to the front of the stage 256. The game balls on the stage 256 are prevented from flowing out behind the stage 256 by the partition plate 233 attached to the rear side of the frame-shaped decorative body 230.

  In addition, the frame-shaped decorative body 230 of the main character 213 further includes a ball guiding path 257 for guiding the game ball on the stage 256 so as to flow down almost right above the center of the main winning prize opening unit 214. The ball guide path 257 is disposed substantially at the center so as to sandwich the left and right opening portions 254 of the stage 256, guides the game ball to the rear side of the stage 256, and below the ball guide portion 258 and on the stage 256. A ball receiving portion 259 that extends to the rear side and is capable of receiving a game ball from above, and a ball outlet that opens the game ball received by the ball receiving portion 259 below the ball guide portion 258 and on the front side of the stage 256 And a sphere guiding portion 261 that guides the fluid so as to flow out from 260. Note that a ball guiding recess 262 that protrudes rearward is formed in a substantially central lower portion of the partition plate 233, and the game ball guided to the rear side of the stage 256 by the ball guiding portion 258 is guided to the ball guiding recess 262. Thus, the ball receiving portion 259 can be satisfactorily received without flowing out to the rear side of the partition plate 233.

  Further, the frame-shaped decorative body 230 of the main character 213 has a surface on the opposite side of the warp passage 252 across the stage 256 so that the central side in the left-right direction of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 is slightly lowered. Further provided is an extended rolling surface 263 that is continuous with the rolling surface 253. The extended rolling surface 263 is taken in from the warp inlet 250 and supplied to the stage 256 at a predetermined initial speed via the warp passage 252, gets over the weir portion 255 of the stage 256 and flows out of the stage 256. This is intended to prevent this. As shown in the drawing, a part of the character body 231 is arranged on the front side of the extended rolling surface 263, and a groove having a predetermined depth is formed in cooperation with the partition plate 233. Thus, even if the game ball bounces on the extended rolling surface 263, it is difficult for the game ball to drop off from the extended rolling surface 263 (see FIG. 19).

  The operation of the extended rolling surface 263 will be described in detail. A game ball supplied at a predetermined initial speed through the warp passage 252 rolls from the left end of the stage 256 to the right end and is placed on the extended rolling surface 263. At that time, the stage 256 is shaped so that the center thereof is low and the left and right ends are high, so that the speed of the game ball decreases as it rolls to the right end of the stage 256, but the warp path Since the speed of the game ball circulating in the 252 is different, the initial speed when supplied to the stage 256 is also different. For example, instead of the extended rolling surface 263, a ball contact portion is provided at the right end of the stage 256. If it is provided, depending on the speed of the game ball, it will be bounced by contact with the ball contact portion, get over the weir portion 255 of the stage 256 and drop off from the stage 256, so that the game ball is satisfactorily placed on the stage 256. Can not be moving, it may not be entertained movement of game balls.

  On the other hand, in this example, the extended rolling surface 263 is provided at the right end of the stage 256, and even when a game ball that rolls at a predetermined speed reaches the right end of the stage 256, the extended rolling surface 263 is moved to. So that it can be prevented from falling off the stage 256 by being bounced at the right end of the stage 256. In addition, a groove having a predetermined depth is formed on the extended rolling surface 263 in cooperation with the character body 231 and the partition plate 233, so that even if a game ball bounces on the extended rolling surface 263, the extended rolling surface 263. The game ball can be prevented from falling off. Furthermore, since the extended rolling surface 263 is a flat surface with the center side (left end) of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 slightly lowered, the speed of the game ball rolling from the extended rolling surface 263 to the stage 263 is increased. The game ball can be returned to the stage 263 at a suitable speed, and the game ball can be favorably rolled on the stage 263.

  As shown in FIGS. 16 and 17, the frame-shaped decorative body 230 of the main character 213 is provided with a ball guide path 270 capable of guiding a game ball downward along the outer periphery on the left outer periphery thereof. The ball guide path 270 is in contact with the outer peripheral surface 271 of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 and the front side of the game board base 212 and extends outward so as to close the corresponding through hole 211 of the game board base 212. And a decorative flange portion 273 that extends outward at a position separated from the flange portion 272 by a predetermined distance and is decorated on the front surface. The ball guide path 270 has a substantially U-shaped cross section opened outward along the board surface of the game board 5 by the outer peripheral surface 271, the flange part 272, and the decorative flange part 273 of the frame-shaped decorative body 230. It is formed, and a game ball can be distributed in the inside.

  The ball guide path 270 is provided with a plurality of protrusions (protrusions) 274 on the inner surface side (surface surfaces facing each other) of the flange portion 272 and the decorative flange portion 273, and the protrusion 274 on the flange portion 272 side The protrusions 274 on the decorative flange portion 273 side are alternately formed at positions that do not face each other. The ball guide path 270 has a plurality of protrusions 274 so that the game balls flowing down the ball guide path 270 come into contact with the protrusions 274, thereby reducing the flow speed of the game balls and increasing the flow speed of the game balls. Can be suppressed. The ball guide path 270 is formed so as to guide the game ball to the vicinity of the lower side of the main winning opening unit 214.

  As shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, the ball guide path 270 guides the game ball driven into the upper part of the game area 37 to the vicinity of the lower side of the main winning opening unit 214. When the game ball is guided by the game ball, the possibility of winning the main prize opening unit 214 is reduced. Therefore, the game ball can be driven so that the game ball is not guided to the ball guide path 270. Becomes monotonous and can prevent the interest from deteriorating. Further, when the game ball is guided by the ball guide path 270, the flow rate of the game ball is suppressed by the projection 274, so that the game ball is prevented from being released from the ball guide path 270 and released. Prevent the game ball from coming into contact with the main prize opening unit 214, the game area decoration body 215, etc., or even if it comes into contact, the speed is reduced to reduce the impact as much as possible. It is possible to prevent 214 and the like from being damaged.

  Next, the configuration of the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235, and the right movable decorative body drive unit 236 and the left movable decorative body drive unit 237 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. First, the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 of the main character 213 are rotatable between a horizontal state extending in a substantially horizontal direction and a vertical state extending in a substantially vertical direction. As shown in FIGS. 15 and 24, the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are configured to be continuous decorative bodies when in a horizontal state. Characters (alphabets in this example) are three-dimensionally shaped, and these characters become predetermined words when the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are integrated.

  The right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 include a decorative portion 291 in which the character portion 290 is a translucent member, a frame-shaped main body portion 292 disposed on the rear side of the decorative portion 291, A light emitting substrate 294 provided with a plurality of LEDs 293 disposed in the main body 292, a back plate 295 disposed on the rear side of the light emitting substrate 294 and closed within the frame of the main body 292, and extending rearward from a predetermined position. And a rotation shaft 296. A mounting boss 297 having a screw hole is formed on the rear side of the decorative portion 291, and a through hole 298 is formed in the back plate 295 at a position corresponding to the mounting boss 297 of the decorative portion 291. By screwing a screw (not shown) into the mounting boss 297 through the through hole 298 from the rear side of the back plate 295 with the main body 292 and the light emitting substrate 294 sandwiched between the decorative portion 291 and the back plate 295. These are assembled together (see FIGS. 21 and 22).

  The rotating shaft 296 is press-fitted and fixed in a mounting hole provided in the back plate 295, and the rotating shaft 296 is near the right end of the right movable decorative body 234, and the left end of the left movable decorative body 235. Each is located and fixed in the vicinity. Further, each back plate 295 is formed with a protrusion 299 at a predetermined position in the vicinity of the rotating shaft 296 on the rear surface thereof. As will be described in detail later, the protrusion 299 has a right movable decorative body 234 and a left movable decorative body. This is for detecting the respective rotational positions of 235.

  On the other hand, the right movable decorative body drive unit 236 and the left movable decorative body drive unit 237 rotate the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 around the axis of each rotation shaft 296. The right movable decorative body drive unit 236 and the left movable decorative body drive unit 237 include a movable decorative body drive motor 310 for rotating the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235 and a movable decorative body drive motor 310. A drive gear 312 fixed to the rotation shaft 311, a transmission gear 313 that meshes with the drive gear 312 and transmits the rotation of the drive gear 312, and meshes with the transmission gear 313 to rotate the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235. An output gear 314 to which the moving shaft 296 is fixed, a movable casing driving motor 310 can be attached to the rear surface, a gear casing 315 that can accommodate the driving gear 312, the transmission gear 313, and the output gear 314, and a gear casing 315. Through-hole 3 through which the rotating shaft 296 of the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235 can pass is closed. And a front plate 317 having a 6 (see FIG. 20, FIGS. 23 and 24).

  In the right movable decorative body drive unit 236 or the left movable decorative body drive unit 237, when the movable decorative body drive motor 310 is driven to rotate, the drive gear 312 fixed to the rotation shaft 311 rotates, and the drive gear 312 The rotation is transmitted to the output gear 314 via the transmission gear 313, and the rotation shaft 296 of the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235 fixed to the output gear 314 rotates with the output gear 314, respectively. The right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235 can be rotated around the rotation axis 296.

  Further, the right movable decorative body drive unit 236 and the left movable decorative body drive unit 237 include a rotating member 318 that rotates in accordance with the rotation of the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235, and the rotational position of the rotating member 318. And a rotational position detection sensor 319 for detecting the above. The rotating member 318 has a contact pin 320 that can contact the protrusion 299 of the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235 at one end, and a detected portion 321 detected by the rotational position detection sensor 319 at the other end. And is pivotally supported on the back side of the front plate 317 so as to be rotatable at a predetermined position between the contact pin 320 and the detected portion 321. The front plate 317 is formed with an arc-shaped elongated hole 322 into which the contact pin 320 of the rotating member 318 can be inserted, and the right movable decorative body drive unit 236 and the left movable decorative body drive unit 237 are assembled. In this state, the contact pin 320 protrudes to the front side of the front plate 317 through the long hole 322, and rotates within a predetermined rotation angle range by the arc-shaped long hole 322. ing.

  As shown in the figure, the rotating member 318 has a shape that is bent by a rotating shaft supported by the shaft, and is formed so that the detected portion 321 side is heavier than the contact pin 320 side. The contact pin 320 rotates upward due to the weight difference. The contact pin 320 of the rotating member 318 is disposed at a position where the contact pin 320 contacts the lower side of the protrusion 299 of the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body 235, and the contact pin 320 and the detected portion 321. The protrusion 299 prevents the contact pin 320 from rotating upward due to the weight difference between the protrusion 299 and the contact pin 320. In other words, the contact pin 320 rotates and moves as the protrusion 299 rotates, and the protrusion 299, that is, the right movable decorative body 234 or the left movable decorative body is detected by detecting the rotational position of the rotating member 318. The rotational position of 235 can be detected.

  In this example, the rotational position detection sensor 319 is a photosensor, and the detected portion 321 is a shielding plate for the photosensor. In this example, when the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are in the horizontal state, the detected portion 321 of each rotating member 318 is detected by the rotational position detection sensor 319, that is, the detected portion. 321 shields the photosensor.

(About the composition of the main prize opening unit, the game area decoration, and the discharge guiding member)
Next, the configuration of the main winning a prize opening unit 214, the game area decoration body 215, and the discharge guiding member 218 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. FIG. 25 is a perspective view showing the main winning a prize opening unit, the game area decoration body, and the discharge guiding member from obliquely forward. FIG. 26A is an enlarged perspective view showing the main part of the start port in the main winning a prize opening unit, and FIG. 26B is a side view thereof. FIG. 27A is a perspective view showing the main part of the attacker device in the main winning opening unit, and FIG. 27B is a side view thereof. FIG. 28 is a perspective view showing the main winning opening unit from the obliquely rear lower side, and FIG. 29 is a perspective view showing the game area decoration body from the obliquely rear side. FIG. 30 is a cross-sectional view showing the flow path of the game ball in the main winning opening unit, the game area decoration, and the discharge guiding member.

  First, as shown in the figure, the main winning opening unit 214 is arranged at a substantially central upper portion on the front side in the left-right direction and opened upward, and disposed below the first starting port 330 and the first starting port. 330 and a pair of movable pieces 331 can be closed or opened, and the rectangular large winning opening 333 and the large winning opening 333 that are disposed below the second starting opening 332 and extend in the left-right direction can be closed. And an attacker device 335 having an opening / closing door 334 whose upper side pivots forward, and a general winning opening 336 which is arranged on both the left and right sides of the attacker device 335 and opens obliquely upward so as to be separated from each other. Note that each of the pair of movable pieces 331 is rotatably supported at one end side, and provided with a projecting pin that protrudes rearward at a position eccentric from the rotating shaft.

  The main winning opening unit 214 further includes a start port opening / closing drive unit 350 that opens / closes a pair of movable pieces 331 that open / close the second start port 332 (see FIG. 26). The start port opening / closing drive unit 350 includes a start port solenoid 352 having a plunger 351 that can advance and retreat in the front-rear direction, and a horizontal direction and a left-right direction (on the game board surface) as the plunger 351 moves forward and backward in the start port solenoid 352. And a transmission member 353 that rotates about a shaft extending in the vertical direction and can move a protruding pin 337 extending rearward from the pair of movable pieces 331 in the vertical direction. The transmission member 353 is formed with a locking portion 356 that locks the flange 355 at the tip of the plunger 351 on the upper side and the rear side of the rotation shaft 354, and on the front side of the rotation shaft 354. A transmission portion 357 having a U-shaped side view through which the protruding pin 337 of the movable piece 331 is inserted is formed.

  In the main winning port unit 214, when the plunger 351 of the start port solenoid 352 in the start port opening / closing drive unit 350 moves forward, the engaging portion 356 of the transmission member 353 is pressed forward, and the transmission member 353 is rotated counterclockwise in the figure. And the height of the transmission part 357 is relatively lowered, and the projecting pin 337 of the movable piece 331 is lowered with the lowering of the transmission part 357, so that the free end side of the movable piece 331 is raised. Will be. Accordingly, the pair of movable pieces 331 are in an upright state, and the second start port 332 is closed by the pair of movable pieces 331 and the first start port 330. When the plunger 351 is retracted, the reverse operation is performed, and the free end sides of the pair of movable pieces 331 are lowered so as to be separated from each other as shown in the figure, and the second start port 332 is opened. It comes to become. In addition, in the state where the second starting port 332 is opened, the opening width is wider than the opening width of the first starting port 330 so that the game ball can easily win.

  Further, as shown in the figure, a second start port sensor 358 is provided below the start port solenoid 352, and a game ball winning the second start port 332 passes through the through hole of the second start port sensor 358. By passing, it is detected by the second start port sensor 358 and discharged from the discharge port 359 formed on the lower side of the main winning port unit 214 (see FIG. 28).

  Also, the attacker device 335 of the main winning opening unit 214 has a large winning opening sensor 370 that detects a game ball that has won a winning winning opening 333, and a rectangular shape that can close the large winning opening 333 in the left-right direction. An open / close door 334 that is pivotally supported and whose upper side is rotatable forward from an upright state, an attacker solenoid 372 having a plunger 371 that can advance and retract in the front-rear direction, and a forward and backward movement of the plunger 371 in the attacker solenoid 372 in the front-rear direction. Accordingly, a transmission member 373 that rotates around an axis extending in the horizontal direction and in the left-right direction (the direction along the game board surface) to rotate the opening / closing door 334, a prize winning opening sensor 370, the opening / closing door 334, and an attacker solenoid 372 The game ball that supports the transmission member 373 and wins the prize winning opening 333 is detected by the prize winning opening sensor 370. And a casing 375 having a guide path 374 for inducing sea urchin (see FIG. 27).

  In this example, as shown in FIG. 27, the attacker solenoid 372 and the transmission member 373 are housed and supported in the casing 375 at a position on the left side and the rear side of the big winning opening 333. A contact protrusion 376 that contacts the transmission member 373 is formed at the lower left end of the open / close door 334. Further, the transmission member 373 of the attacker device 335 is disposed on the upper side of the rotating shaft 377 and is disposed on the front side of the rotating shaft 377 and the engaging portion 379 that engages with the flange 378 at the tip of the plunger 371. A contact pin 380 that contacts the contact protrusion 376 of the open / close door 334 from above is provided.

  In this attacker device 335, when the plunger 371 of the attacker solenoid 372 moves forward, the engaging portion 379 of the transmission member 373 is pressed forward, and the transmission member 373 rotates counterclockwise in the figure to rotate the rotation shaft of the transmission member 373. The contact pin 380 provided in front of 377 is rotated and lowered, and the contact protrusion 376 of the opening / closing door 334 that contacts the contact pin 380 is lowered by the lowering of the contact pin 380 so that the opening / closing door 334 has its supporting shaft core. Rotate clockwise relative to. That is, as shown in the drawing, the open side with the upper side rotated forward about the lower side of the open / close door 334 rotates from the open state to the closed state in which the open / close door 334 is substantially upright, and the big prize opening 333 is closed. It has become. When the plunger 371 of the attacker solenoid 372 is retracted, the operation reverse to the above is performed so that the upper side of the open / close door 334 rotates forward and the special winning opening 333 is opened.

  In this attacker device 335, the width in the left-right direction of the special winning opening 333 is wider than the width when the pair of movable pieces 331 are opened and the second start opening 332 is opened. The game balls are easier to win. In addition, the game ball that enters from the big prize opening 333 and is detected by the big prize opening sensor 370 is discharged directly below the main prize opening unit 214 (see FIG. 28).

  The main winning opening unit 214 has a first starting opening 330, a large winning opening 333, and a general winning opening 336 formed on the front side, and an attacker device 335, a starting opening / closing drive unit 350, etc. attached to the rear side. A unit base 381 is further provided. A ball cage 382 for guiding the game ball to the rear by a predetermined distance is formed at a position corresponding to the first starting port 330, the second starting port 332, and the general winning port 336 on the rear side of the main winning port unit base. (See FIG. 25 and FIG. 28). The main winning opening unit base 381 has an outer shape larger than that of the corresponding through hole 211 formed in the game board base 212, and an attacker device 335 attached to the rear side and a start port opening / closing drive. The unit 350 has a size that can pass through the corresponding through hole 211.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 10, the main winning opening unit 214 is attached to the game board base 212 so that the first starting port 330 is located immediately below the ball outlet 260 in the ball guiding path 257 of the main player 213. It is fixed and is arranged so that the game ball that has flowed out from the ball outlet 260 of the main character 213 is likely to win the first starting port 330 of the main winning port unit 214.

  The main winning port unit 214 of this example is attached to the game board base 212 from the front side. More specifically, the attacker device 335 and the starting port of the main winning port unit 214 are started from the front side of the game board base 212. The opening / closing drive unit 350 is inserted into the corresponding through hole 211, the rear face of the main winning hole unit base 381 is brought into contact with the front surface of the game board base 212, and the main winning hole unit base 381 is connected to the game board base 212 with screws (not shown). By fixing to, the main winning opening unit 214 is attached to the game board base 212. At this time, the corresponding through hole 211 of the game board base 212 is hidden by the main winning port unit base 381 so as not to be seen from the front side (see FIGS. 11 and 14).

  Next, the game area decoration body 215 mainly includes a special symbol display 390, a holding lamp 391, a light emission decoration portion 393, and two general winning ports 394. This special symbol display 390 is composed of four LEDs capable of emitting a plurality of colors in this example, and in accordance with the winning of a game ball to the first start port 330 and the second start port 332, Each LED is turned off, turned on, blinked, discolored, etc., and a special symbol corresponding to each starting port is displayed.

  The hold lamp 391 is composed of four LEDs, and each LED can be turned off, blinking, and lit. A combination of blinking and lighting of these LEDs leads to the first start port 330 and the second start port 332. The number of starting suspensions due to winning of the game balls is displayed, and up to four starting suspensions can be displayed respectively.

  Further, the light emitting decoration part 393 is provided with a light emitting substrate 396 having a plurality of LEDs capable of emitting various colors on the rear side of the translucent lens part 395 arranged on the front side. The LED can emit light for decoration.

  In addition, the general prize opening 394 on the left side of the front view of the game area decoration body 215 is a drainage hole in which a winning game ball passes through the inside of the game area decoration body 215 and opens to the lower rear side of the game area decoration body 215. The gas is discharged from the outlet 397 to the outside. Also, the general winning opening 394 on the right side of the front view is such that the winning game ball is discharged from a discharge portion 398 provided substantially above the discharge port 397, and the game ball is slightly discharged from the discharge portion 398 to the right. It is designed to be discharged to the outside so that it can be guided to. The game area decoration 215 is provided with a sensor mounting portion 399 so that a game ball won in the general winning opening 394 on the left side when viewed from the front can be detected (see FIG. 29).

  The in-game area decorative body 215 is provided with a flange portion 400 extending outward from the outer shape of the corresponding through hole 211 of the game board base 212 at a substantially middle position in the front-rear direction. Then, the rear side is inserted into the corresponding through hole 211 and the rear surface side of the flange part 400 is brought into contact with the front side of the game board base 212 so as to hide the through hole 211 from the front side. Is attached to the game board base 212 with screws (not shown) from the front side thereof, so that the game area decoration body 215 is fixed to the game board base 212 (see FIGS. 11 and 14).

  Next, the discharge guiding member 218 is disposed on the rear side of the main prize opening unit 214 and the game area decoration 215 with the game board base 212 interposed therebetween, and the main prize opening unit 214 and the game fixed to the game board base 212. A game ball that is formed so as to cover a part of the in-area decoration body 215 that protrudes to the rear side from the rear surface of the game board base 212 and that has won the main prize opening unit 214 and the winning opening of the in-game area decoration body 215. Are provided with various guiding paths (see FIG. 25).

  The discharge guide member 218 includes an attachment fixing portion 411 having an insertion hole 410 that is in contact with the rear surface of the game board base 212 and through which a screw (not shown) for attachment and fixation to the game board base 212 is inserted, and a main prize opening unit. The first start port corresponding to the starting recess opening / closing drive unit 350 of 214 and the housing recess 412 that can accommodate a part of the casing 375 of the attacker device 335 and the ball cage 382 that continues from the first start port 330 of the main winning port unit 214. A ball that continues from the first start port discharge guide path 413 that guides and discharges the game ball received in 330 to the lower side of the discharge guide member 218 and the general winning port 336 arranged on the right side of the main winning port unit 214 in front view. A right general winning port outlet flow path 414 for discharging the game ball corresponding to the base 382 and received in the general winning port 336 from below the discharge guiding member 218; The left general winning opening discharge which discharges from the lower part of discharge guidance member 218 the game ball corresponding to the ball bowl 382 continuing from the general winning opening 336 arranged in the front view left side of the prize opening unit 214 and received in the general winning opening 336 A first start port sensor 416 for detecting that a game ball has won the first start port 330 by detecting a game ball flowing in the flow path 415, the first start port discharge flow path 413, and a right general prize A right general winning port sensor 417a that detects that a game ball has won the right general winning port 336 by detecting a gaming ball in the mouth discharging channel 414, and a gaming ball in the left general winning port outlet channel 415 And a left general winning opening sensor 417b for detecting that a game ball has won the left general winning opening 336.

  The discharge guiding member 218 discharges the game ball received in the two general winning ports 394 of the game area decoration body 215 to the lower side of the discharging guiding member 218 via the left general winning port discharge channel 415. It has become. Specifically, the left general winning a prize outlet discharge channel 415 receives a game ball discharged from the outlet 397 of the game area decoration body 215 and guides it to the left general winning prize sensor 417b, A second guiding portion 419 that receives the game ball discharged from the discharge portion 398 of the game area decoration body 215 and guides it to the left general winning a prize port sensor 417b. The second guide portion 419 is formed with a sensor mounting portion 420 so that a game ball in the second guide portion 419 can be detected.

  As described above, the discharge guiding member 218 detects the game balls received at the first start port 330 and the general winning ports 336 and 394 in the main prize opening unit 214 and the game area decoration body 215 and discharge guidance. It can discharge | emit below the member 218 (refer FIG. 30). It should be noted that the left general prize opening sensor is not only a game ball received in the general prize opening 336 on the left side of the main prize opening unit 214 but also a game ball received in the two general prize outlets 394 of the ornament 215 in the game area. Can also be detected, and the number of detection sensors can be reduced with respect to the number of winning holes. The game area decoration body 215 and the discharge guide member 218 are provided with a sensor attachment portion 399 and a sensor attachment portion 420, respectively, and by attaching a detection sensor of a game ball to these sensor attachment portions 399 and 420, It is possible to discriminate which of the above winning holes has received the game ball, so that each winning port can be differentiated.

(Regarding the configuration of the back decoration)
Next, the configuration of the rear decoration body 216 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 31 to 52. FIG. 31 is a perspective view showing the rear decorative body from an oblique front, and FIG. 32 is an exploded perspective view showing the rear decorative body from the oblique forward. FIG. 33 is an exploded perspective view of the rear decoration body shown obliquely from the rear. FIG. 34 is a perspective view showing the first decorative movable body unit in the rear decorative body from obliquely forward, and FIG. 35 is an exploded perspective view showing the first decorative movable body unit disassembled for each main part and shown obliquely from the front. 36A is an exploded perspective view showing the first decorative movable body in the first decorative movable body unit disassembled and shown obliquely from the front, and FIG. 36B is an enlarged front view showing the lens portion in the first decorative movable body. It is. FIG. 37 is a perspective view showing the first decorative movable body drive unit in the first decorative movable body unit obliquely from the front, and FIG. 38 is a perspective view showing the first decorative movable body drive unit from the oblique rear. FIG. 39 is an exploded perspective view showing the first decorative movable body drive unit disassembled for each main part. FIG. 40 is an exploded perspective view further exploded than FIG. 41A is a perspective view showing a first elevating member in the first decorative movable body drive unit, and FIG. 41B is an exploded perspective view of the first elevating member. FIG. 42 is an explanatory view showing the relationship between the first decorative movable body solenoid and the rotation transmitting member in the first elevating member. FIG. 43 is a perspective view showing the second decorative movable body unit in the rear decorative body from obliquely forward, and FIG. 44 is an exploded perspective view showing the main part of the second decorative movable body unit disassembled from the diagonally front. FIG. 45 is an exploded perspective view showing the second decorative movable body in the second decorative movable body unit in an exploded manner. FIG. 46 is a perspective view showing the second decorative movable body drive unit in the second decorative movable body unit obliquely from the front. FIG. 47 is an exploded perspective view showing the second decorative movable body drive unit disassembled for each main part. FIG. 48 is an exploded perspective view further exploded than FIG. 49A is a perspective view showing a second elevating member in the second decorative movable body drive unit, and FIG. 49B is an exploded perspective view of the second elevating member. FIG. 50 is an explanatory diagram showing the relationship between the second decorative movable body solenoid and the link mechanism in the second elevating member. FIG. 51 is a perspective view showing the decorative movable body unit cover obliquely from the front, and FIG. 52 is an explanatory view showing the main part of the decorative movable body unit cover.

  After this, the decorative body 216 is attached and fixed on the rear side of the game board base 212 on the right side of the center in front view, and moves mainly in the vertical direction, and the upper part of the face including the upper jaw of a predetermined character is shaped. First decorative movable body unit 431 having 430, and mounted and fixed on the rear surface side of game board base 212 on the opposite side in the left-right direction with respect to first decorative movable body unit 431, and vertically below first decorative movable body 430 A second decorative movable body unit 433 having a second decorative movable body 432 in which the lower jaw corresponding to the first decorative movable body 430 is formed, and the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit. A decorative movable body unit cover 435 that covers the outer peripheral side and the rear side of 433, has a rectangular opening 434 in the center, and can be mounted with an effect display device 217 on the rear side, and a first decorative movable body unit. A first decorative body 436 disposed between 431 and the decorative movable body unit cover 435, and a second decorative body 437 disposed between the second decorative movable body unit 433 and the decorative movable body unit cover 435. I have.

  Thereafter, the decorative body 216 causes the first decorative movable body 430 of the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body 432 of the second decorative movable body unit 433 to approach or separate from each other. By moving each of them up and down, it is possible to perform an effect operation such that the mouth of a predetermined character opens or closes.

  Thereafter, the first decorative movable body unit 431 of the decorative body 216 moves the first decorative movable body 430 in which the upper part of the face between the upper jaw and the eyebrows of the predetermined character is shaped, and the first decorative movable body 430 in the vertical direction. And is rotated around an axis extending in the left-right direction of the game board 5 and attached to the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 which is attached and fixed to the rear surface side of the game board base 212, and the first decorative movable body drive unit 450. And a unit decoration body 451 for decoration.

  The first decorative movable body 430 of the first decorative movable body unit 431 has sunglasses 453 having a substantially black lens portion 452 and a first decorative movable body having an opening hole 454 that penetrates at a position corresponding to the eyes of the character. Light emission in which a body main body 455 and a plurality of LEDs 456 that are arranged on the rear side of the first decorative movable body main body 455 and can emit light of a predetermined color are provided on the front side through the opening holes 454 of the first decorative movable body main body 455. The base plate 457 is disposed on the rear side of the light emitting substrate 457, and includes a sunglasses 453, a first decorative movable body main body 455, and a base member 458 assembled integrally with the light emitting substrate 457.

  As shown in the drawing, the lens portion 452 of the sunglasses 453 in the first decorative movable body 430 has a pattern appearing on the surface according to the color of light emitted from the LED 456 of the light emitting substrate 457. Specifically, When a red light is emitted from the LED 456, a “crescent-like pattern” appears, and when a blue light is emitted from the LED 456, a “predetermined Chinese character” (here, “place”) related to the character appears. It has become. The lens portion 452 has a structure in which the “crescent-shaped pattern” and the “predetermined Chinese character” are arranged so as to overlap with each other, and the overlapped portion is colorless or white and has a translucent white portion 459. The portion where the “crescent-shaped pattern” does not overlap is the red portion 460 having red translucency, and the portion where the “predetermined Chinese character” does not overlap is the blue portion 461 having blue translucency. The other part is a black part 462 that is substantially black.

  In this example, since the lens portion 452 has the above-described configuration, for example, when red light is emitted from the LED 456, the red light is transmitted through the white portion 459 and the red portion 460, and the blue portion 461 and the black portion 462 are transmitted. Then, since red light is not transmitted, a “crescent-shaped pattern” by the white portion 459 and the red portion 460 appears. On the other hand, when the blue light is emitted from the LED 456, the blue light is transmitted through the white portion 459 and the blue portion 461, and the blue light is not transmitted through the red portion 460 and the black portion 462. "Predetermined Kanji" will appear. As described above, by appropriately combining the colored light and the colored member having translucency, a desired pattern can be easily displayed without using an expensive display device such as an LCD. .

  In this example, the light emitting substrate 457 to which the LED 456 is attached is formed on a highly light-shielding member. Specifically, a light shielding member made of a black paint or black film having a high light shielding property is provided on the back side of the light emitting substrate 457. As a result, light other than the LED 456 is prevented from entering from the rear side of the lens unit 452, and when the LED 456 is turned off, the white part 459, the red part 460, and the blue part 461 other than the black part 462 can be seen. It comes to suppress. In addition, the LED 456 is used as the light source, and the wavelength band of the emitted color is narrow compared with other light sources, and the content of other color components is small, so that a desired color pattern can be more reliably displayed. It has become.

  Further, the first decorative movable body 430 is provided with a fixing portion 463 to be fixedly supported by the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 on the base member 458, and the first decorative movable body is provided by the fixed portion 463. 430 is supported by the first decorative movable body drive unit 450.

  Next, the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 supports the first decorative movable body 430 and moves the first decorative movable body 430 in the vertical direction together with the first decorative movable body 430, and the first vertical movable member 470 in the vertical direction. A guide rail 471 for guiding, a first upper support member 472 for supporting the upper end portion of the guide rail 471, a first lower support member 473 for supporting the lower end portion of the guide rail 471, the first upper support member 472, and the first A first base 475 which has a mounting contact surface 474 which supports the lower support member 473 at a predetermined distance in the vertical direction and abuts against the rear surface side of the game board base 212 and is formed by bending a sheet metal; A first drive motor 477 that is disposed on the opposite side of the first upper support member 472 of the 475 and that projects through the first base 475 and the first upper support member 472 and whose rotating drive shaft 476 protrudes; A drive pulley 478 that rotates as the drive shaft 476 of the first drive motor 477 rotates, a driven pulley 479 disposed near the first lower support member 473 so as to be paired with the drive pulley 478, and a drive pulley 478 and a driven pulley 479, and a belt fixing portion 481 for connecting and fixing a part of the driving belt 480 to the first elevating member 470.

  In this example, the rotation of the drive pulley 478 by the first drive motor 477 is performed when the rotation of the drive gear 482 fixed to the drive shaft 476 of the first drive motor 477 is arranged above the drive gear 482. The drive pulley 478 is rotationally driven by being transmitted to a transmission gear 483 that meshes with 482 and rotates integrally with the drive pulley 478. By using the drive gear 482 and the transmission gear 483, the position of the drive pulley 478 is made higher than the drive shaft 476 of the first drive motor 477 so that the vertical movable range of the first elevating member 470 is increased. It has become. Further, the inner peripheral surface of the drive belt 480 is provided with engagement teeth 484 at predetermined intervals over the entire circumference, and the drive pulley 478 has engaged teeth 485 that engage with the engagement teeth 484. The rotational drive of the drive pulley 478 is reliably transmitted to the drive belt 480 by the engagement between the engaged teeth 485 and the engagement teeth 484. The driven pulley 479 is a flat pulley without engaged teeth.

  The first decorative movable body drive unit 450 is further provided with first rotation preventing means 490 for preventing the first elevating member 470 from rotating about the axial direction in which the guide rail 471 extends. The first rotation preventing means 490 includes a guide rod 491 supported at the upper and lower ends thereof by the first upper support member 472 and the first lower support member 473, and disposed substantially parallel to the guide rail 471, and the front-rear direction. A guide member 492 that can be brought into contact with the guide rod 491 and attached to the first elevating member 470. As shown in the figure, the first rotation preventing means 490 has a guide rod 491 disposed on the right side of the guide rail 471 at a predetermined distance and a guide member 492 having a substantially U-shaped cross section. The first elevating member 470 can be satisfactorily prevented from rotating around the axis of the guide rail 471 by abutting on any one of the front and rear sides.

  In this example, the guide rail 471 and the guide rod 491 are both metal round bars, and a friction reducing layer for reducing sliding resistance is formed on the surface of the guide rail 471. The friction reducing layer is coated with, for example, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE, (for example, Teflon (registered trademark))) as a fluororesin with a predetermined thickness, and is thereby guided by the guide rail 471. The value of the dynamic friction resistance of the first elevating member 470 and the value of the static friction resistance can be made as close as possible, and when the stationary first elevating member 470 starts moving, the movement can be started smoothly, The durability of the guide rail 471 and the like can be reduced by reducing wear. Further, the surface of the guide rod 491 is chrome-plated to prevent corrosion such as rust and improve durability, and it is less expensive than the guide rail 471 and prevents an increase in cost. It can be done.

  The first decorative movable body drive unit 450 further includes a tension mechanism 493 that applies a predetermined tension to the drive belt 480. The tension mechanism 493 is guided by the guide rail 471 and rotatably supports the driven pulley 479, and one end is attached to the moving body 494 and the other end is attached to the first base 475, and the moving body 494 is moved downward. And a tension spring 495 for biasing.

  The moving body 494 of the tension mechanism 493 includes a guide hole 496 through which the guide rail 471 is inserted, a hook-shaped locking portion 498 that locks the shaft portion 497 that is opened downward and protrudes from both ends of the driven pulley 479, and a guide. A spring mounting portion 499 that is disposed between the hole 496 and the locking portion 498 and attaches one end of the tension spring 495 is provided. As a result, the driven pulley 479 can be supported by the movable body 494 in a state where the drive belt 480 is wound around the driven pulley 479, and assembly is facilitated. Further, since the drive belt 480 is pulled by the tension spring 495 between the guide hole 496 and the locking portion 498 that locks the shaft portion 497 of the driven pulley 479, the guide hole is guided with respect to the shaft of the guide rail 471. The shaft of 496 can be prevented from being greatly inclined, the sliding resistance of the moving body 494 on the guide rail 471 is prevented from increasing, the moving body 494 can move smoothly, and the moving body The posture of 494 is prevented from changing greatly, and the drive belt 480 is tensioned well.

  In the first decorative movable body drive unit 450, as shown in the figure, the drive pulley 478 is disposed on the upper side and the driven pulley 479 is disposed on the lower side, and the drive wound around the drive pulley 478 and the driven pulley 479 is driven. The belt 480 is urged downward by the tension mechanism 493 via the driven pulley 479. Further, since the first elevating member 470 is fixed to the driving belt 480, the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 is applied to the driving belt 480 and pulled downward only to one side of the driving belt 480. A force is applied, and the driving belt 480 is strongly wound around the driving pulley 478 by the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430.

  On the other hand, the upper drive pulley 478 is provided with engaged teeth 485 that engage with the engagement teeth 484 of the drive belt 480, and the drive belt depends on the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430. When 480 is tightly wound around the drive pulley 478, the engagement between the engagement tooth 484 of the drive belt 480 and the engaged tooth 485 of the drive pulley 478 becomes stronger, and the drive pulley 478 is driven by the first drive motor 477. By blocking the rotation, the rotation of the drive belt 480 is blocked, and the weights of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 are supported by the drive pulley 478 via the drive belt 480. The weight of the elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 is not applied to the lower driven pulley 479 or the tension mechanism 493. As a result, the first elevating member 470 and the like can be moved up and down satisfactorily without applying an extra load to the tension mechanism 493, and the cost of the tension mechanism 493 and the like with the urging force by the tension mechanism 493 being minimized. Can be reduced.

  By the way, when the vertical arrangement of the driving pulley 478, the driven pulley 479, and the tension mechanism 493 is reversed, the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 is applied to the driven pulley 479 via the driving belt 480. The driven pulley 479 is not provided with an engaged tooth that engages with the engaging tooth 484 of the drive belt 480, and the driven pulley 479 is configured to freely rotate. The weights of the lifting member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 cannot be supported, and the first lifting member 470 is lowered and the drive belt 480 is rotated in a predetermined direction. Further, in the lower drive pulley 478, the drive belt 480 is pulled downward by the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430, so that the winding force of the drive belt 480 on the drive pulley 478 is weakened. That is, the engagement between the engaging teeth 484 of the driving belt 480 and the engaged teeth 485 of the driving pulley 478 is weakened, and it becomes easy to slip on each other.

  When slippage occurs between the drive pulley 478 and the drive belt 480, the drive belt 480 is rotated by the weight of the first elevating member 470 and the first decorative movable body 430 regardless of the rotation of the first drive motor 477. As a result, the first elevating member 470 is lowered, and the first elevating member 470 cannot be moved up and down satisfactorily. Therefore, it is conceivable to prevent slippage between the drive pulley 478 and the drive belt 480 by increasing the urging force by the tension mechanism 493. However, when the urging force is increased, not only the tension mechanism 493 but also the drive pulley 478, It is necessary to increase the strength of the driven pulley 479, the drive belt 480, the first base 475, and the like, which causes a problem that the cost of the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 is increased. It is desirable to arrange the pulley 478 on the upper side and the driven pulley 479 on the lower side.

  In the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 of this example, the first base 475 is provided with a positioning hole 510 for positioning the mounting positions of the first upper support member 472 and the first lower support member 473. In addition, positioning protrusions 511 that fit into the positioning holes 510 are respectively formed on the contact portions of the first upper support member 472 and the first lower support member 473 with the first base 475. As a result, the positioning protrusions 511 of the corresponding first upper support member 473 and first lower support member 473 are fitted into the positioning holes 510 of the first base 475 and then fixed to the first base 475. Thus, the first upper support member 472 and the first lower support member 473 can be accurately positioned at predetermined positions, and the assembly accuracy of the guide rail 471, the drive pulley 478, the driven pulley 479, and the like can be highly accurately and easily performed. Can be assembled. A mounting hole 512 for mounting and fixing to the game board base 212 is formed in the mounting contact surface 474 of the first base 475.

  In the first decorative movable body drive unit 450, as shown in the drawing, a mounting contact surface 474 of the first base 475 is provided on the upper portion of the first base 475, and the first base 475 has a first contact with the game board base 212. Only the upper part of one base 475 is fixedly attached. Thereby, the attachment location to the game board base 212 can be decreased, and an assembly cost can be reduced. In addition, the first base 475 is fixed to the game board base 212 at the upper part, that is, fixed above the center of gravity of the weight applied to the first base 475. Even if the first base 475 is fixed only at its upper part even if it swings to the left and right around the contact surface 474, the first base 475 is in a good condition even if the first base 475 is fixed only at its upper part. It can be fixed with. That is, the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 can be satisfactorily attached and fixed to the game board base 212.

  Next, the first elevating member 470 of the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 includes a rod-like support shaft 530 on which the first decorative movable body 430 is attached and supported, and two support bushes 531 inserted through the support shaft 530. The two support bushes 532 inserted into the guide rail 471 and the two support bushes 532 having the insertion holes 533 through which the guide rail 471 can be inserted and positioned through the guide rail 471 are positioned at a predetermined distance in the vertical direction. In addition, a main body 534 capable of positioning the two support bushes 531 inserted through the support shaft 530 at a predetermined distance in the left-right direction, and a rear side of the main body 534 and cooperating with the main body 534 The positions of the two support bushes 532 inserted through the guide rail 471 and the two support bushes 531 inserted through the support shaft 530 And a bushing fixing member 535 for fixing.

  The main body portion 534 of the first elevating member 470 is formed with a stepped recess 536 into which the support bush 532 inserted into the guide rail 471 can be fitted at both ends of the insertion hole 533 and the insertion hole 533. The inner diameter is a diameter at which the guide rail 471 does not contact, and a clearance of a predetermined dimension is formed between the insertion hole 533 and the guide rail 471. In addition, a semi-cylindrical fitting recess 537 in which two support bushes 531 inserted through the support shaft 530 can be fitted is formed on the main body 534 so as to face each other at a predetermined distance in the left-right direction. At the same time, a semi-cylindrical housing portion 538 is formed between the two fitting recesses 537 facing each other, so that the support shaft 530 inserted and supported by the support bush 531 does not come into contact with the main body portion 534. Yes.

  On the other hand, the bush fixing member 535 of the first elevating member 470 is formed with two retaining pieces 539 that are substantially U-shaped in plan view and extend forward, and the distance between these retaining pieces 539 is the main body portion 534. The support bush fitted to the stepped recess 536 of the insertion hole 533 by the two retaining pieces 539 by assembling the bush fixing member 535 to the main body portion 534. The 532 is prevented from coming out of the stepped recess 536.

  Further, the bush fixing member 535 has a semi-cylindrical fitting in which two support bushes 531 inserted through the support shaft 530 can be fitted at positions corresponding to the two fitting recesses 537 of the main body portion 534 on the front side. A joint recess 540 is formed, and a semi-cylindrical housing portion 541 is formed between the two fitting recesses 540. The bushing fixing member 535 is assembled and fixed to the main body portion 534 by fitting the supporting bushing 531 inserted through the support shaft 530 into the fitting concave portion 540 of the bush fixing member 535 and the fitting concave portion 537 of the main body portion 534. As a result, the two support bushes 531 are fixedly supported at positions separated by a predetermined distance. Further, the housing 538 of the main body 534 and the housing 541 of the bush fixing member 535 form a clearance having a predetermined dimension between the two support bushes 531 and the support shaft 530.

  Further, the bush fixing member 535 is formed with an extension portion 542 on the rear side thereof, which has a groove extending downward from the lower retaining piece 539 and extending in the vertical direction. The extending portion 542 holds a plurality of wiring cords connected to the light emitting substrate 457 of the first decorative movable body 430.

  As described above, by assembling the bush fixing member 535 to the main body portion 534, the support bushes 531 and 532 are fixed and supported at predetermined positions, and the guide rail 471 is provided by the two support bushes 532 and the support bush 531, respectively. The support shaft 531 is supported so as to be relatively rotatable and slidable in the axial direction thereof. The length of the insertion hole 533 of the main body portion 534 is the maximum length that does not interfere with the other members of the first elevating member 470 guided by the guide rail 471. The distance of the support bush 532 can be made as long as possible, and the backlash of the first elevating member 470 with respect to the guide rail 471 can be reduced.

  In the first elevating member 470 of this example, a first decorative movable body solenoid 551 having a plunger 550 attached to the main body 534 and capable of moving back and forth in the front-rear direction, and one end of the plunger 550 in the first decorative movable body solenoid 551 are at one end. And a rotation transmission member 553 that is fixed to the support shaft 531 so as to be integrally rotatable. The first decorative movable body solenoid 551 is disposed below the support shaft 530 at a position where the support shaft 530 and the plunger 550 intersect with each other, and the plunger 550 is advanced and retracted via the rotation transmission member 553. The support shaft 530 can be rotated around the axis within a predetermined angle range. The main body 534 and the bush fixing member 535 are each formed with an accommodation recess 554 that can accommodate a part of the rotation transmission member 553, and the rotation transmission member 553 is accommodated in the accommodation recess 554. Thus, the movement of the rotation transmission member 553 in the left-right direction can be restricted, that is, the movement of the support shaft 530 in the left-right direction (its axial direction) is restricted, and the support shaft 530 is the main body. The support bush 531 fixedly supported by the portion 534 and the bush fixing member 535 is prevented from coming off.

  A belt fixing portion 481 for fixing the drive belt 480 is attached to the main body portion 534 of the first elevating member 470 on the front side of the insertion hole 533, and an attachment portion to which the first decorative movable body solenoid 551 is attached. A guide member 492 of the first rotation preventing means 490 is attached to the lower side of 555. Reference numeral 556 in the drawing is a decorative body attached to the front side of the main body 534.

  The first elevating member 470 is provided with a position detection piece 557 on the rear side of the bush fixing member 535. The position detecting piece 557 is detected by a first decorative movable body position detection sensor 558 attached to a predetermined position of the decorative movable body unit cover 435. In this example, the first elevating member 470 is disposed at the upper end. Is detected by the first decorative movable body position detection sensor 558.

  As shown in the figure, the first elevating member 470 supports the first decorative movable body 430 by extending a support shaft 530 greatly to the left side of the insertion hole 533 through which the guide rail 471 is inserted, and at the right side of the insertion hole 533. The first decorative movable body solenoid 551 is disposed on the first through-hole 533 so that the unbalance of the left and right weight balance of the first elevating member 470 is reduced, and the guide rail 471 and the support bush 532 are provided. It suppresses uneven wear.

  Next, the unit decoration body 451 of the first decoration movable body unit 431 is attached to the left side surface of the first decoration movable body drive unit 450, as shown in the figure, and guide rails 471 of the first decoration movable body drive unit 450, The driven pulley 479, the drive belt 480, the tension mechanism 493, and the like are covered so that it is difficult to see from the front side of the game board 5, and the first decorative movable body unit 431 is decorated by decoration on the surface. A support shaft 530 extending from the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 can pass through the unit decorative body 451, and an opening 570 extending in the vertical direction so that the support shaft 530 can move in the vertical direction. It has.

  The first decorative movable body unit 431 of the present example can move the first elevating member 470, that is, the first decorative movable body 430 in the vertical direction by the rotational drive of the first drive motor 477, and also the first decorative movable body unit 431. The first decorative movable body 430 can be rotated in the front-rear direction by the movable body solenoid 551.

  In addition, the first decorative movable body unit 431 of this example is configured so that the first decorative movable body 430 supported by the support shaft 530 of the first elevating member 470 is placed on the surface of the game board 5 by the rotational drive of the first drive motor 477. Even if the guide rail 471 is moved in the vertical direction so as to be substantially along, the first rotation preventing means 490 prevents the guide rail 471 from rotating around the axis, thereby preventing the first decorative movable body 430 from unnecessarily shaking. It is possible to suppress unintentional shake and to surely perform a desired performance operation, to prevent a decrease in interest, and to make the first decorative movable body 430 larger. Thus, the first decorative movable body 430 can be made more conspicuous, and the effect of the first decorative movable body 430 can be further enhanced.

  The first decorative movable body 430 of this example is the movable body of the present invention, the first lifting member 470 of this example is the guided member of the present invention, and the guide rail 471 of this example is the guiding member of the present invention. Respectively. Further, the first drive motor 477, the drive pulley 478, the driven pulley 479, the drive belt 480, and the belt fixing portion 481 in this example correspond to the moving means of the present invention. Further, the first rotation preventing means 490 of this example is the rotation preventing means of the present invention, the guide rod 491 of this example is the guide member of the present invention, and the guide member 492 of this example is the guided member of the present invention. It corresponds. Further, the support shaft 530 of this example corresponds to the support member of the present invention, and the first decorative movable body solenoid 551 and the rotation transmission member 553 of this example correspond to the rotation means of the present invention.

  Subsequently, the second decorative movable body unit 433 of the rear decorative body 216 is configured to move the second decorative movable body 432 in the up-down direction, and the second decorative movable body 432, which is a model of the lower jaw portion of a predetermined character of the first decorative movable body 430. A second decorative movable body drive unit 610 that is moved and rotated around an axis extending in the left-right direction of the game board 5 and attached to the rear surface side of the game board base 212 and attached to the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 And a unit decoration body 611 for decoration.

  The second decorative movable body 432 of the second decorative movable body unit 433 is arranged in the second decorative movable body main body 612 in which the lips and lower teeth of a predetermined character are formed, and in the jaw of the second decorative movable body main body 612. And a tongue member 613 that is shaped as a tongue of a predetermined character and has translucency, and is disposed between the tongue member 613 and the second decorative movable body main body 612 so as to emit light toward the tongue member 613. A light emitting substrate 615 having a plurality of LEDs 614, and a lens unit 616 disposed between the light emitting substrate 615 and the tongue member 613, supported by the second decorative movable body drive unit 610, and diffusing light from the light emitting substrate 615. And a base member 617 having.

  The second decorative movable body 432 is configured such that the tongue member 613 shines when the LED 614 of the light emitting substrate 615 emits light.

  Further, the second decorative movable body 432 is provided with a fixing portion 618 for fixing and supporting the second decorative movable body driving unit 610 on the base member 617, and the second decorative movable body is provided by the fixing portion 618. 432 is supported by the second decorative movable body drive unit 610.

  Next, the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 supports the second decorative movable body 432, and moves the second decorative movable body 432 up and down together with the second decorative movable body 432, and the second vertical movable member 630 in the vertical direction. A guide rail 631 for guiding, a second upper support member 632 for supporting the upper end portion of the guide rail 631, a second lower support member 633 for supporting the lower end portion of the guide rail 631, a second upper support member 632, and a second A second base 635 that supports the lower support member 633 at a predetermined distance in the vertical direction and has a mounting contact surface 634 that contacts the rear side of the game board base 212 and is formed by bending a sheet metal; A second drive motor 637 disposed on the opposite side of the second upper support member 632 and penetrating through the second base 635 and the second upper support member 632 and projecting a rotating drive shaft 636; A drive pulley 638 that rotates as the drive shaft 636 of the second drive motor 637 rotates, a driven pulley 639 that is disposed in the vicinity of the second lower support member 633 so as to be paired with the drive pulley 638, and a drive pulley 638 And the driven pulley 639, and a belt fixing portion 641 for connecting and fixing a part of the driving belt 640 to the second elevating member 630.

  In this example, the rotation of the drive pulley 638 by the second drive motor 637 is arranged so that the rotation of the drive gear 642 fixed to the drive shaft 636 of the second drive motor 637 is substantially below the drive gear 642. The drive pulley 638 is driven to rotate by being transmitted to a transmission gear 643 that meshes with the drive gear 642 and rotates integrally with the drive pulley 638. In addition, engagement teeth 644 are provided on the inner peripheral surface of the drive belt 640 at predetermined intervals over the entire circumference, and the engaged teeth 645 that engage with the engagement teeth 644 are provided on the drive pulley 638 as gears. The rotational drive of the drive pulley 638 is reliably transmitted to the drive belt 640 by the engagement of the engaged teeth 645 and the engagement teeth 644. The driven pulley 639 is a flat pulley without engaged teeth.

  The second decorative movable body drive unit 610 is further provided with second rotation preventing means 650 for preventing the second elevating member 630 from rotating around the axial direction in which the guide rail 631 extends. The second anti-rotation means 650 includes a guide rod 651 that is supported at the upper and lower ends thereof by the second upper support member 632 and the second lower support member 633 and arranged substantially parallel to the guide rail 631, and from the left-right direction. And a guide member 652 that can be brought into contact with the guide rod 651 and attached to the second elevating member 630. As shown in the figure, the second rotation preventing means 650 includes a guide rod 651 disposed on the rear side of the guide rail 631 at a predetermined distance and a guide member 652 having a substantially U-shaped cross section. By abutting on either of the left and right sides of 651, the second elevating member 630 can be well prevented from rotating around the axis of the guide rail 631.

  In this example, the guide rail 631 and the guide rod 651 are both metal round bars, and a friction reducing layer for reducing sliding resistance is formed on the surface of the guide rail 631. The friction reducing layer is coated with, for example, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE, (for example, Teflon (registered trademark))) as a fluororesin with a predetermined thickness, and is thereby guided by the guide rail 631. The value of the dynamic frictional resistance and the value of the static frictional resistance of the second elevating member 630 can be brought as close as possible, and when the stationary second elevating member 630 starts moving, the movement can be started smoothly, The durability of the guide rail 631 and the like can be reduced by reducing wear. Further, the surface of the guide rod 651 is chrome-plated to prevent corrosion such as rust and improve durability, and it is less expensive than the guide rail 631 and prevents an increase in cost. It can be done.

  The second decorative movable body drive unit 610 further includes a tension mechanism 653 that applies a predetermined tension to the drive belt 640. This tension mechanism 653 is the same mechanism as the tension mechanism 493 provided in the first decorative movable body drive unit 450, and is guided by the guide rail 631 and rotatably supports the driven pulley 639, and one end. The movable body 654 includes a tension spring 655 that is attached to the second base 635 at the other end and biases the movable body 654 downward.

  The moving body 654 of the tension mechanism 653 includes a guide hole 656 that passes through the guide rail 631, a hook-shaped locking portion 658 that locks the shaft portion 657 that opens downward and protrudes from both ends of the driven pulley 639, and a guide. A spring mounting portion 659 is provided between the hole 656 and the locking portion 658 and to which one end of the tension spring 655 is attached. Accordingly, the driven pulley 639 can be supported by the moving body 654 in a state where the drive belt 640 is wound around the driven pulley 639, so that the assembly can be easily performed. Further, since the drive belt 640 is pulled by the tension spring 655 between the guide hole 656 and the locking portion 658 for locking the shaft portion 657 of the driven pulley 639, the guide hole is guided with respect to the shaft of the guide rail 631. The shaft of 656 can be prevented from being greatly inclined, the sliding resistance of the moving body 654 in the guide rail 631 is prevented from increasing, and the moving body 654 can move smoothly, and the moving body The posture of 654 is prevented from changing greatly, and the drive belt 480 is tensioned satisfactorily.

  In the second decorative movable body drive unit 610, as shown in the figure, the drive pulley 638 is disposed on the upper side and the driven pulley 639 is disposed on the lower side, and the drive wound around the drive pulley 638 and the driven pulley 639 is driven. The belt 640 is biased downward by a tension mechanism 653 via a driven pulley 639. Further, since the second elevating member 630 is fixed to the driving belt 640, the weights of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 are applied to the driving belt 640 and pulled downward only to one side of the driving belt 640. A force is applied, and the driving belt 640 is strongly wound around the driving pulley 638 by the weight of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432.

  On the other hand, the upper drive pulley 638 is provided with engaged teeth 645 that engage with the engagement teeth 644 of the drive belt 640, and the drive belt depends on the weight of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432. By strongly winding the drive pulley 638 around the drive pulley 638, the engagement between the engagement tooth 644 of the drive belt 640 and the engaged tooth 645 of the drive pulley 638 becomes stronger, and the drive pulley 638 of the drive pulley 638 is driven by the second drive motor 637. By blocking the rotation, the rotation of the drive belt 640 is blocked, and the weights of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 are supported by the drive pulley 638 via the drive belt 640, and the second The weight of the elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 is not applied to the lower driven pulley 639 or the tension mechanism 653. As a result, the second elevating member 630 and the like can be moved up and down satisfactorily without applying an extra load to the tension mechanism 653, and the cost required for the tension mechanism 653 and the like with a minimum biasing force by the tension mechanism 653 can be achieved. Can be reduced.

  By the way, when the vertical arrangement of the driving pulley 638, the driven pulley 639, and the tension mechanism 653 is reversed, the weight of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 is applied to the driven pulley 639 via the driving belt 640. The driven pulley 639 is not provided with an engaged tooth 645 that engages with the engaging tooth 644 of the drive belt 640, and the driven pulley 639 is configured to freely rotate. The weights of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 cannot be supported, and the second elevating member 630 descends and the drive belt 640 rotates in a predetermined direction. Further, since the drive belt 640 is pulled downward by the weight of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 in the lower drive pulley 638, the winding force of the drive belt 640 on the drive pulley 638 is weakened. In other words, the engagement between the engagement teeth 644 of the drive belt 640 and the engaged teeth 645 of the drive pulley 638 is weakened, making it easier to slip on each other.

  When slippage occurs between the drive pulley 638 and the drive belt 640, the drive belt 64 is rotated by the weight of the second elevating member 630 and the second decorative movable body 432 regardless of the rotation of the second drive motor 637. As a result, the second elevating member 630 is lowered, and the second elevating member 630 cannot be moved up and down satisfactorily. Therefore, it is conceivable to prevent slippage between the drive pulley 638 and the drive belt 640 by increasing the urging force of the tension mechanism 653. However, when the urging force is increased, not only the tension mechanism 653 but also the drive pulley 638, It is necessary to increase the strength of the driven pulley 639, the driving belt 640, the second base 635, and the like, which causes a problem of increasing the cost of the second decorative movable body driving unit 433. It is desirable to arrange the pulley 638 on the upper side and the driven pulley 639 on the lower side.

  In the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 of this example, a positioning hole 670 for positioning the mounting positions of the second upper support member 632 and the second lower support member 633 is formed in the second base 635. In addition, positioning protrusions 671 that fit into the positioning holes 670 are respectively formed on the contact portions of the second upper support member 632 and the second lower support member 633 with the second base 635. As a result, the positioning projections 671 of the corresponding second upper support member 632 and second lower support member 633 are fitted into the positioning holes 670 of the second base 635 and then fixed to the second base 635. Thus, the second upper support member 632 and the second lower support member 633 can be accurately positioned at predetermined positions, and the assembly accuracy of the guide rail 631, the drive pulley 638, the driven pulley 639, etc. can be assembled with high accuracy and ease. It is supposed to be. A mounting hole 672 for mounting and fixing to the game board base 212 is formed in the mounting contact surface 634 of the second base 635.

  In the second decorative movable body drive unit 610, as shown in the figure, the mounting contact surface 634 of the second base 635 is provided on the upper portion of the second base 635, Only the upper part of the two bases 635 is attached and fixed. Thereby, the attachment location to the game board base 212 can be decreased, and an assembly cost can be reduced. Further, the second base 635 is fixed to the game board base 212 at the upper part, that is, fixed above the center of gravity of the weight applied to the second base 635. Even if it swings left and right around the contact surface 634, it tends to return to its original position due to the gravity applied to its center of gravity. Therefore, even if the second base 635 is fixed only at its upper part, the second base 635 is excellent. It can be fixed in the state. That is, the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 can be satisfactorily attached and fixed to the game board base 212.

  Next, the second elevating member 630 of the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 includes a rod-shaped support shaft 690 on which the second decorative movable body 432 is attached and supported, and two support bushes 691 inserted through the support shaft 690. The two support bushes 692 inserted into the guide rail 631 and the two support bushes 692 having the insertion holes 693 through which the guide rail 631 can be inserted and positioned through the guide rail are positioned at a predetermined distance in the vertical direction. The two support bushes 691 inserted through the support shaft 690 can be positioned at a predetermined distance in the left-right direction, and the main body 694 is disposed on the rear side of the main body 694 and guided in cooperation with the main body 694. The positions of the two support bushes 692 inserted through the rail 631 and the two support bushes 691 inserted through the support shaft 690 are fixed. That and a bushing fixing member 695.

  The main body portion 694 of the second elevating member 630 has stepped recesses 696 into which the support bushes 692 inserted into the guide rails 631 can be fitted at both ends of the insertion holes 693. The inner diameter is a diameter at which the guide rail 631 does not contact, and a clearance of a predetermined dimension is formed between the insertion hole 693 and the guide rail 631. In addition, a semi-cylindrical fitting recess 697 capable of fitting two support bushes 691 inserted through the support shaft 690 is formed on the main body 694 so as to face each other at a predetermined distance in the left-right direction. At the same time, a semi-cylindrical housing portion 698 is formed between two opposing fitting recesses 697 so that the support shaft 690 inserted and supported by the support bush 691 does not come into contact with the main body portion 694. Yes.

  On the other hand, the bush fixing member 695 of the second elevating member 630 has two retaining pieces 699 that are substantially U-shaped in plan view and extend forward, and the distance between these retaining pieces 699 is the main body 694. The support bush fitted to the stepped recess 696 of the insertion hole 693 by the two retaining pieces 699 by assembling the bush fixing member 695 to the main body 694. 692 is prevented from coming out of the stepped recess 696.

  Further, the bush fixing member 695 is fitted in a semi-cylindrical shape capable of fitting two support bushes 691 inserted through the support shaft 690 at positions corresponding to the two fitting recesses 697 of the main body 694 on the front side. A joint recess 700 is formed, and a semi-cylindrical housing portion 701 is formed between the two fitting recesses 700. The bushing fixing member 695 is assembled and fixed to the main body part 694 after the supporting bushing 691 inserted through the supporting shaft 690 is fitted into the fitting concave part 700 of the bushing fixing member 695 and the fitting concave part 697 of the main body part 694. By doing so, the two support bushes 691 are fixedly supported at positions separated by a predetermined distance in the left-right direction. Further, the housing portion 698 of the main body 694 and the housing portion 701 of the bush fixing member 695 form a clearance of a predetermined dimension between the two support bushes 691 and the support shaft 690.

  As described above, by assembling the bush fixing member 695 to the main body 694, the support bushes 692 and 691 are fixedly supported at predetermined positions, and the guide rail 631 is supported by the two support bushes 692 and the support bushes 691, respectively. The support shaft 690 is supported so as to be relatively rotatable and slidable in the axial direction thereof. The length of the insertion hole 693 of the main body 694 is the maximum length that does not interfere with the other members of the second elevating member 630 guided by the guide rail 631. The distance of the support bush 692 can be made as long as possible, and the backlash of the second elevating member 630 with respect to the guide rail 631 can be reduced.

  The second elevating member 630 of this example includes a second decorative movable body solenoid 711 having a plunger 710 attached to the bush fixing member 695 and capable of moving back and forth in the vertical direction, and the forward and backward movement of the plunger 710 in the second decorative movable body solenoid 711. And a link mechanism 712 for rotating the support shaft 690. The second decorative movable body solenoid 711 has a flange 713 formed at the tip of the plunger 710 and a spring 714 that urges the plunger 710 in the forward direction. In this example, the plunger 710 The second decorative movable body solenoid 711 moves forward and backward from the lower side.

  The link mechanism 712 is disposed so as to extend in the front-rear direction, one end side (rear side) is rotatably supported by the bush fixing member 695, and the second decorative movable body solenoid 711 is provided between the one end side and the other end side. The first flange member 717 has a locking portion 715 that locks the flange portion 713 at the tip of the plunger 710 and a connecting portion 716 that is a long hole on the other end side, and the connecting portion 716 of the first flange member 717. And a second flange member 719 that is fixed to the support shaft 690 on the other end side. One end of the first flange member 717 is pivotally supported by the bush fixing member 695 at a position further rearward than the plunger 710 of the second decorative movable body solenoid 711 disposed on the rear side of the support shaft 690. The other end side is disposed in front of the support shaft 690. Note that the second shaft member 719 of the link mechanism 712 is fixed to the end portion of the support shaft 690 so that the support shaft 690 is prevented from moving in the axial direction so that it does not come out of the support bush 691.

  In the second decorative movable body unit 433, when the plunger 710 of the second decorative movable body solenoid 711 is advanced (projected) by the link mechanism 712, the second decorative movable body 432 is connected via the link mechanism 712 and the support shaft 690. When the distal end (front side) is turned up and the plunger 710 is retracted (immersed), the second decorative movable body is turned down via the link mechanism 712 and the support shaft 690. Yes.

  A belt fixing portion 641 for fixing the drive belt 640 is attached to the main body 694 of the second elevating member 630 on the front side of the insertion hole 693, and a bush fixing member 695 is provided on the rear surface side of the insertion hole 693. A guide member 652 of the second rotation preventing means 650 is attached with being sandwiched. Reference numeral 730 in the figure denotes a decorative body attached to the front side of the main body 694.

  Further, the second elevating member 630 is provided with a position detection piece 731 on the left side of the bush fixing member 695 when viewed from the front, and the position detection piece 731 can be detected at a predetermined position of the second lower support member 633. A second decorative movable body position detection sensor 732 is attached. In this example, when the second elevating member 630 is positioned at the lower end, the position detecting piece 731 of the second elevating member 630 is detected by the second decorative movable body position detection sensor 732.

  As shown in the figure, the second elevating member 630 supports the second decorative movable body 432 by extending a support shaft 690 greatly on the right side of the insertion hole 693 through which the guide rail 631 is inserted, and the insertion hole 693. The second decorative movable body solenoid 711 is disposed on the left side of the first and second guide members 631 and the support bush so as to reduce the imbalance between the left and right weight balances of the second elevating member 630 with the insertion hole 693 interposed therebetween. 692 is prevented from being unevenly worn.

  Next, the unit decoration body 611 of the second decoration movable body unit 433 is attached to the right side surface of the second decoration movable body drive unit 610 as shown in the figure, and the guide rail of the second decoration movable body drive unit 610 is shown. 631, the driving pulley 638, the driven pulley 639, the driving belt 640, the tension mechanism 653, and the like are covered so that it is difficult to see from the front side of the game board 5, and the second decorative movable body unit 433 is attached by surface decoration. It is something to decorate. A support shaft 690 extending from the second decorative movable body drive unit 610 can pass through the unit decorative body 611, and an opening 733 extending in the vertical direction so that the support shaft 590 can move in the vertical direction. It has.

  The second decorative movable body unit 433 of this example can move the second elevating member 630, that is, the second decorative movable body 432 in the vertical direction by the rotational drive of the second drive motor 637, and the second decorative movable body unit 433. The tip of the second decorative movable body 432 can be rotated in the vertical direction by the movable body solenoid 711.

  Subsequently, the decorative movable body unit cover 435 is provided with a plurality of attachment portions 750 for attaching and fixing the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit 433, and each of the attachment portions 750 includes screws. It consists of a hole and a positioning boss. On the other hand, screw insertion holes and positioning holes are formed at corresponding positions of the first base 475 of the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second base 635 of the second decorative movable body unit 433, respectively. By fitting the positioning boss of the part 750 into the corresponding positioning hole of the first base 475 or the second base 635, the screw hole of the mounting part 750 and the screw insertion hole of the first base 475 or the second base 635 The screw is screwed into the screw hole from the front side so as to pass through the screw insertion hole of the first base 475 or the second base 635, so that the first position is set at a predetermined position of the decorative movable body unit cover 435. The decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit 433 are attached.

  In addition, the decorative movable body unit cover 435 is formed with a plurality of contact surfaces 752 that contact the rear surface of the game board base 212 and have screw holes 751 through which screws can be inserted. The abutment movable body unit cover 435 is screwed into the game board base 212 via a screw hole 751 from the rear side of the abutment surface 752 by abutting against the rear surface of the board base 212 and the game board base 212. It can be mounted on.

  Note that the decorative movable body unit cover 435 of this example is attached to the first base 475 and the second base 635 in the state where the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit 433 are attached. The mounting holes 512 and 672 of 474 and 634 are positioned outside the outer periphery of the decorative movable body unit cover 435. Thus, the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit 433 are attached to the decorative movable body unit cover 435, and the mounting holes 512 and 672 of the first base 475 and the second base 635 are attached. The game board base 212 is directly attached to the rear surface side of the game board 212 with screws (not shown).

  Further, the decorative movable body unit cover 435 is provided with wiring holding means 770 at predetermined positions facing the rear sides of the first decorative movable body drive unit 450 and the second decorative movable body drive unit 610, respectively. The wiring holding means 770 is a wiring fixed at a predetermined position of a plurality of wiring cords 771 connected to the light emitting substrate 457 supported by the first lifting member 470 and the light emitting substrate 615 supported by the second lifting member 630. When the first elevating member 470 and the second elevating member 630 are moved up and down while holding the band 772, the wiring cord 771 connected to the light emitting substrates 457 and 615 is not entangled or caught between other members. It is for doing so.

  Specifically, the wiring holding means 770 is provided adjacent to a connector passage portion 773 including a through hole through which a connection connector attached to an end portion (tip portion) of the wiring cord 771 can pass, and a connector passage portion 733. The first passing portion 774 in which the wiring band 772 fixed to the wiring cord 771 is not allowed to pass and only the wiring cord 771 is allowed to pass therethrough is provided adjacent to the first passing portion 774 and is fixed to the wiring cord 771. The wiring band 772 is configured to include a second passage portion 775 that cannot pass through and only the wiring cord 771 can pass therethrough. The first passage portion 774 and the second passage portion 775 are formed in an elongated slit shape and are disposed so as to be substantially parallel to each other.

  The wiring holding means 770 communicates with the first passage portion 774 and the second passage portion 775, and the communication portion 776 that allows the wiring cord 771 to pass therethrough. The first passage portion faces the communication portion 776. 774 and a second passage 775, and further includes a protrusion 777 that protrudes in a direction substantially perpendicular to the opening surfaces of the first passage 774 and the second passage 775. In this example, the communication portion 776 is sized to allow the wiring band 772 fixed to the wiring cord 771 to pass therethrough, and the protrusions 777 are on both the front and rear sides of the decorative movable body unit cover 435. Are provided so as to protrude from each other.

  The wiring holding means 770 is configured to connect a wiring cord 771 having a wiring band 772 fixed at a predetermined position from the front side where the first decorative movable body unit 431 and the second decorative movable body unit 433 are arranged to the rear side. It is inserted so as to pass through the passage portion 773. Subsequently, the proximal end side of the wiring cord 771 of the inserted wiring cord 771 is passed from the rear side to the front side of the decorative movable body unit cover 435 through the communication portion 776 to the first passage portion 774, and further the wiring band. The distal end side of 772 is passed through the second passage portion 775 through the communication portion 776 in the same manner from the front side to the rear side of the decorative movable body unit cover 435. Then, the wiring band 772 fixed to the wiring cord 771 is brought into contact with the opening of the first passage portion 774 (contacts with the front side of the decorative movable body unit cover 435), and the first passage portion 774 and the second passage portion. By preventing the wiring cord 771 from slackening with respect to the terminal 775, even if the wiring cord 771 is pulled from its proximal end side, it can be held so that the distal end side does not move from the wiring band 772. .

  Since the wiring holding means 770 is provided with the protruding portion 777, even if the wiring cord 771 moves along the slit-like first passing portion 774 and the second passing portion 775, the protruding portion 777 Since the movement is restricted, it is possible to prevent the wiring cord 771 from being detached from the first passage portion 774 and the second passage portion 775 via the communication portion 776.

[Functional Configuration of Main Substrate and Peripheral Substrate] A description will be given based on FIG.
FIG. 53 is a block diagram schematically showing a control configuration. The control of the pachinko machine 1 in this example is roughly divided into a group of the main board 810 and a group of the peripheral boards 811, and among these, the group of the main board 810 is a game operation (winning detection, winning judgment, special symbol). Display, prize ball payout, and the like), and a group of peripheral boards 811 controls production operations (light emission decoration, sound output, liquid crystal display, etc.).

  The main board 810 includes a main control board 94 and a payout control board 133. The main control board 94 includes a CPU 812 as a central processing unit, a ROM 813 as a read-only memory, and a RAM 814 as a readable / writable memory. The CPU 812 controls various games performed in the pachinko machine 1 by executing a control program stored in the ROM 813, and creates a command signal to be output to the peripheral board 811 or the payout control board 133. The RAM 814 temporarily stores various data generated in various processes executed by the main control board 94 and information such as input signals.

  The main control board 94 includes a passage detection sensor 239, a first start opening sensor 416, a second start opening sensor 358, a big winning opening sensor 370, a general winning opening sensor 417 (a right general winning opening sensor 417a, a left general winning opening). A detection signal from the sensor 417b) or the like is input. On the other hand, the main control board 94 outputs drive signals to the start port solenoid 352, the attacker solenoid 372, the special symbol display 390, the holding lamp 391, and the like. The payout control board 133 includes a CPU 815 as a central processing unit, a ROM 816 as a read-only memory, and a RAM 817 as a readable / writable memory. The payout control board 133 processes the command signal input from the main control board 94 and outputs a drive signal to the ball payout device 125. Thereby, the ball payout device 125 pays out the game ball according to the drive signal.

  Bidirectional communication is performed between the main control board 94 and the payout control board 133 via respective input / output interfaces. For example, when the main control board 94 transmits a prize ball command, payout control is performed in response thereto. An ACK signal is returned from the board 133 to the main control board 94.

  On the other hand, the peripheral board 811 includes, for example, a plurality of illumination control boards 831, 832 and a waveform control board 833 in addition to the sub-integrated board 830 including the sub-control board 92. Between the main control board 94 and the sub-integrated board 830, communication in only one direction is performed between the input / output interface and the input interface, and the main control board 94 to the sub-integrated board 830 is communicated. The command is sent, but not the other way around.

  The sub-integrated board 830 also includes electronic components such as a CPU 834, a ROM 835, and a RAM 836, and a predetermined effect control program can be executed by these electronic components. Bi-directional communication is performed between the sub-integrated board 830 and the other lighting control boards 831 and 832 and the waveform control board 833 with each input / output interface.

  A decoration lamp 837 included in the side decoration device 52, the main character 213, the game area decoration body 215, the rear decoration body 216, and the like is connected to the first electrical decoration control board 831, and the sub-integrated board 831 is connected. When the lighting signal of the decoration lamp 837 is transmitted from the lighting control board 831 to the lighting control board 831, the lighting control board 831 receives this and performs the process of lighting the decoration lamp 837.

  Further, detection signals from the rotational position detection sensor 319, the first decorative movable body position detection sensor 558, the second decorative movable body position detection sensor 732, and the like are input to the electrical decoration control board 831. On the other hand, the electrical decoration control board 831 outputs a drive signal to the movable decorative body drive motor 310, the first drive motor 477, the first decorative movable body solenoid 551, the second drive motor 637, the second decorative movable body solenoid 711, and the like. . In this electrical decoration control board 831, rotation control of each drive motor 310, 477, 637 is performed based on detection signals from the respective detection sensors 319, 558, 732.

  On the other hand, an effect lamp 838 is connected to the second illumination control board 832 together with the effect display device 217. For example, when a display command for the effect display device 217 is transmitted from the sub-integrated substrate 830 to the illumination control board 832, the illumination control board 832 receives this and performs a process of actually operating the effect display device 217.

  The waveform control board 833 executes processing for generating and transmitting / receiving waveform signals such as inaudible ultrasonic waves as well as audible sound waves as acoustic outputs. For example, when a sound output command is transmitted from the sub-integrated board 830 to the waveform control board 833, the waveform control board 833 receives this and performs processing for driving the speakers 18 and 57 described above. In addition, an ultrasonic transmission / reception device 839 is connected to the waveform control board 833, and the ultrasonic transmission / reception device 839 enables ultrasonic communication between a plurality of platforms. Normally, a plurality of pachinko machines 1 are installed side by side in the island facility of the hall, but between the pachinko machines 1 equipped with the ultrasonic transmission / reception device 839, ultrasonic communication is possible. By using this communication function, a plurality of pachinko machines 1 can synchronize the effect operation or exchange game information between specific stands.

  The illumination control boards 831 and 832 and the waveform control board 833 are also CPUs 850, 851, and 852 as central processing units, ROMs 853, 854, and 855 as read-only memories, and RAMs 856 and 857 as read / write memories, respectively. , 858.

[Operations of the main character and the post-decorating body] The operation will be described with reference to FIGS.
FIG. 54 is a front view of the game area showing a state in which the movable decorative body in the main character is rotated in a substantially vertical direction. FIG. 55 is a front view of the game area showing a state in which the first decorative movable body and the second decorative movable body of the rear decorative body are further moved from the state of FIG. FIG. 56 is a front view of the game area showing a state in which the first decorative movable body and the second decorative movable body of the rear decorative body are moved.

  First, in the electrical control board 831, when the pachinko machine 1 is turned on or reset, the detection signals of the left and right rotational position detection sensors 319 that detect the rotational positions of the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are detected. If the presence or absence of reception is confirmed and there is no detection signal from the rotational position detection sensor 319, the left and right movable decorative body drive motors 310 are moved in directions such that the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are in a horizontal state. When the rotational drive is performed and a detection signal is received from each rotational position detection sensor 319, the rotation of the movable decorative body drive motor 310 is stopped. As a result, the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 are in a substantially horizontal state as shown in FIG.

  Thereafter, when a predetermined control command for driving and controlling the movable decorative bodies 234 and 235 is transmitted from the sub-integrated board 830 to the electric decoration control board 831 in accordance with the change in the gaming state, the electric decoration control board 831 is movable. The decorative body drive motor 310 is rotationally driven to rotate the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235 so as to be in a vertical state as shown in FIG. As shown in the drawing, in this state, a part of the first decorative movable body 430 of the rear decorative body 216 can be seen below the upper edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 230 in the main character 213.

  Depending on the control command from the sub-integrated board 830, the movable decorative body drive motor 310 can be driven so as to vibrate vibrate by repeating the normal rotation and reverse rotation in a short cycle. It has become.

  In this state, when a predetermined control command for driving and controlling the first decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 432 of the rear decorative body 216 is transmitted from the sub-integrated board 830 to the electrical decoration control board 831 In the control board 831, the first drive motor 477 and the second drive motor 637 are rotationally driven in the direction in which the first decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 432 approach each other, and the first display motor 217 has a first on the front surface of the effect display device 217. The decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 431 are moved so as to be positioned (see FIG. 55). The first decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 431 are driven so as to approach or separate from each other as appropriate in accordance with a control command from the sub-integrated board 830, and the first decorative movable body. The mouth of a predetermined character expressed by the body 430 and the second decorative movable body 431 can be operated to open and close.

  In addition, in response to a control command from the sub-integrated board 830, the electrical decoration control board 831 drives the first decorative movable body solenoid 551 and the second decorative movable body solenoid 711 so that the first decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 430 are driven. By rotating the decorative movable body 431 around an axis extending in the left-right direction, the first decorative movable body 430 rotates its face back and forth, and the second decorative movable body 432 rotates its lower jaw back and forth. The movement of the character's mouth is made more realistic.

  As shown in FIG. 55, since the left and right ends of the first decorative movable body 430 moved downward are blocked by the right movable decorative body 234 and the left movable decorative body 235, it is as if the first decorative movable body 430 is in the air. It can be seen as if it is floating. In the second decorative movable body 430, the support shaft 690 that supports the second decorative movable body 432 is concealed by the decorative body 730 attached to the second elevating member 630 of the second decorative movable body unit 433.

  Further, depending on the control command from the sub-integrated board 830, as shown in FIG. 56, only the first decorative movable body 430 and the second decorative movable body 431 can be driven. The support shaft 530 that supports the first decorative movable body 430 is concealed by the decorative body 556 attached to the first elevating member 470 of the first decorative movable body unit 431 provided with the first decorative movable body 430. The design is improved by improving the appearance.

  Thus, according to the pachinko machine 1 of the present embodiment, the first decorative movable body 430 held via the support shaft 530 of the first elevating member 470 is rotated by the first drive motor 477 and the game board 5 is rotated. Even if the guide rail 471 is moved up and down substantially along the surface, the first rotation prevention means 490 prevents the guide rail 471 from rotating around the axis, thereby preventing the first decorative movable body 430 from unnecessarily shaking. It is possible to suppress unintentional shake and to surely perform a desired production operation, to prevent a decrease in interest, and to make the first decorative movable body 430 larger. This makes it possible to make the first decorative movable body 430 more conspicuous and enhance the effect of the first decorative movable body 430.

  Further, even if the first decorative movable body 430 is enlarged, the first rotation preventing means 490 prevents the shake of the first decorative movable body 490 satisfactorily. It is possible to prevent the first decorative movable body 430, other members, and the like from being damaged or worn by the contact, thereby preventing a malfunction.

  Further, the first rotation preventing means 490 is disposed on the opposite side of the side where the support shaft 530 extends with the guide rail 471 interposed therebetween. That is, since the first rotation preventing means 490 is arranged in the same direction as the extending direction of the support shaft 530, the amount of protrusion in the direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the support shaft 530 is reduced as much as possible. Can do. Thereby, by arranging the support shaft 530 so as to be substantially along the game board 5, it is possible to suppress an increase in the thickness (distance in the front-rear direction) of the pachinko machine 1, which has been conventionally used in a game hall or the like. It is possible to satisfactorily correspond to the island facility where the pachinko machine 1 is installed.

  In addition, since the first decorative movable body 430 is moved in the vertical direction so as to substantially follow the surface of the game board 5, the first decorative movable body 430 is arranged in substantially the same vertical direction as the flow direction of the game balls flowing down the game area 37. It is easy to move, and the player's eyes can easily move between the game ball and the first decorative movable body 430, so that it is possible to prevent the player from getting tired early and to prevent the interest from deteriorating. .

  Further, since the first decorative movable body solenoid 551 for rotating the first decorative movable body 430 about the axis of the support shaft 530 is provided, the first decorative movable body 430 is extended in the extending direction of the guide rail 471 (vertical direction). ) As well as in the direction around the axis of the support shaft 530, so that the movement of the first decorative movable body 430 can be made more complex, and the movement with a higher effect can be achieved. Even if the first decorative movable body 430 tries to swing around the axis of the guide rail 471 by the first decorative movable body solenoid 551, the first rotation preventing means 490 does not cause the vibration. Can be prevented, and the desired effect can be reliably exhibited.

  The present invention has been described with reference to the preferred embodiments. However, the present invention is not limited to these embodiments, and various improvements can be made without departing from the scope of the present invention as described below. And design changes are possible.

  That is, in the above embodiment, the guide rod 491 of the first rotation preventing means 490 has a circular cross-sectional outer shape. The same effects as described above can be achieved.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the example which applied this invention to the 1st decoration movable body unit 431 was shown, it is not limited to this, You may apply to the 2nd decoration movable body unit 433, and Similar effects can be obtained.

  Furthermore, in the above-described embodiment, the game machine applied to the pachinko machine 1 is shown. However, the present invention is not limited to this. Even in this case, the same effects as described above can be obtained.

It is a front view which shows the whole front side of a pachinko machine. It is a perspective view which shows the state by which the main body frame was opened by the one side of the outer frame of a pachinko machine, and the front frame was opened by the one side of the main body frame. It is a perspective view which isolate | separates the main body frame and game board of a pachinko machine, and shows from diagonally upper right front. It is a rear view which shows the whole rear side of a pachinko machine. It is a perspective view which shows the whole rear side of a pachinko machine from upper right back. It is a perspective view which shows the state which removed the back cover body, various control boards, etc. from the perspective view of the pachinko machine shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the state by which various members were assembled | attached to the main body frame of the pachinko machine from diagonally upper right back. It is a perspective view which shows a main-body frame simple substance from diagonally upper right back. It is a back perspective view of a game board. It is an enlarged front view showing the configuration of a game board having a game area. It is a perspective view which shows a game board from diagonally forward. It is a perspective view which shows a game board from diagonally backward. FIG. 13 is a perspective view showing a state in which a main control board box, a sub control board box and the like in FIG. It is a perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a game board and shows from diagonally forward. It is a front view of a main character. It is a perspective view which shows a leading role from diagonally forward. It is a perspective view which shows a leading role from diagonally backward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a main character and shows from diagonally forward. It is an enlarged front view which expands and shows the stage vicinity of a main character. It is a perspective view which shows a left and right movable decoration body and a decoration body drive unit. (A) is a perspective view which shows a left movable decoration body from diagonally backward, (B) is an exploded perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a left movable decoration body and shows from diagonally forward. (A) is a perspective view which shows a right movable decoration body from diagonally backward, (B) is an exploded perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a right movable decoration body and shows from diagonally forward. (A) is an exploded perspective view of the left movable decorative body drive unit, and (B) is an exploded perspective view of the right movable decorative body drive unit. It is explanatory drawing which shows a motion of the left and right movable decorations. It is a perspective view which shows the main winning a prize mouth unit, the game area decoration body, and the discharge | emission guidance member from diagonally forward. (A) is a perspective view which expands and shows the principal part of the starting port in a main winning opening unit, (B) is the side view. (A) is a perspective view which shows the principal part of the attacker apparatus in a main winning opening unit, (B) is the side view. It is a perspective view which shows a main winning opening unit from diagonally backward lower side. It is a back perspective view which shows the decoration body in a game area | region from diagonally backward. It is sectional drawing which shows the flow path of the game ball | bowl in the main winning a prize port unit, a game area decoration, and a discharge guide member. It is a perspective view which shows a back decoration body from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a rear decoration body and shows from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a rear decoration body and shows from diagonally back. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st decoration movable body unit in a back decoration body from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a 1st decoration movable body unit for every principal part, and shows from diagonally forward. (A) is the disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles the 1st decoration movable body in a 1st decoration movable body unit, and shows from diagonally forward, (B) is an enlarged front view which shows the lens part in a 1st decoration movable body. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st decoration movable body drive unit in a 1st decoration movable body unit from diagonally forward. It is a perspective view which shows a 1st decoration movable body drive unit from diagonally backward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows a 1st decoration movable body drive unit for every main part. It is a disassembled perspective view further disassembled and shown than FIG. (A) is a perspective view which shows the 1st raising / lowering member in a 1st decoration movable body drive unit, (B) is an exploded perspective view of a 1st raising / lowering member. It is explanatory drawing which shows the relationship between the 1st decoration movable body solenoid in a 1st raising / lowering member, and a rotation transmission member. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd decoration movable body unit in a back decoration body from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a 2nd decoration movable body unit for every principal part, and shows from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows the 2nd decoration movable body in a 2nd decoration movable body unit. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd decoration movable body drive unit in a 2nd decoration movable body unit from diagonally forward. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows a 2nd decoration movable body drive unit for every main part. It is a disassembled perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows further than FIG. (A) is a perspective view which shows the 2nd raising / lowering member in a 2nd decoration movable body drive unit, (B) is an exploded perspective view of a 2nd raising / lowering member. It is explanatory drawing which shows the relationship between the 2nd decoration movable body solenoid in a 2nd raising / lowering member, and a link mechanism. It is a perspective view which shows a decoration movable body unit cover from diagonally forward. It is explanatory drawing which shows the principal part of a decoration movable body unit cover. It is a block diagram which shows a control structure roughly. It is a front view of the game field which shows the state where the movable decoration object in the main character rotated in the substantially vertical direction. FIG. 57 is a front view of a game area showing a state in which the first decorative movable body and the second decorative movable body of the rear decorative body are further moved from the state of FIG. 54. It is a front view of the game field showing the state where the first decorative movable body and the second decorative movable body of the rear decorative body are moved.

Explanation of symbols

1 Pachinko machine 5 Game board 37 Game area 76 Outer rail 77 Inner rail 78 Guide rail 79 Front component member 212 Game board base 213 Main component 214 Main prize opening unit 215 Game area decoration body 216 Rear decoration body 217 Effect display device 430 One decorative movable body (movable body)
431 1st decoration movable body unit 450 1st decoration movable body drive unit 470 1st raising / lowering member (guided member)
471 Guide rail (guide member)
476 Drive shaft 477 First drive motor (moving means)
478 Drive pulley (moving means)
479 Followed pulley (moving means)
480 Drive belt (moving means)
481 Belt fixing part (moving means)
482 Drive gear 483 Transmission gear 490 First rotation prevention means (rotation prevention means)
491 Guide rod (guide member)
492 Guide member (guided member)
530 Support shaft (support member)
550 Plunger 551 First decorative movable body solenoid (turning means)
553 Rotation transmission member (rotation means)

Claims (3)

  1. A game area where game balls are launched, and
    A starting port capable of accepting a game ball launched into the game area;
    Lottery means for making a hit determination based on the fact that a game ball is received at the start opening;
    A gaming machine comprising
    Movable effect means for performing a predetermined effect operation based on the result of the hit determination by the lottery means;
    Extend vertically along the surface on which the game area is formed, the outer shape of the cross section and a circular guide member,
    A guided member that is inserted through the guide member and guided by the guide member;
    Moving means for moving the guided member in a vertical direction while being guided and guided by the guiding member;
    With
    The movable production means is
    One end is held by the guided member moved by the moving means and has a longitudinal member extending in the left-right direction along the surface on which the game area is formed. In the extended part, it is attached so that it can move up and down with the movement in the vertical direction of the guided member,
    A rotation preventing means for preventing rotation of the guiding member around the axis so as to prevent the movable effecting means from swinging even when the guided member is moved in the vertical direction; And
    The rotation preventing means is
    A guide rod disposed substantially parallel to the guide member;
    A guide member attached to the guided member;
    Have
    The guide member is
    The cross-section is substantially U-shaped, and the guide rod is disposed in a recess where the cross-section is substantially U-shaped, and the portion where the cross-section is substantially U-shaped contacts the guide rod. A gaming machine , wherein the guided member is prevented from rotating around the axis of the guiding member by contact .
  2. The gaming machine according to claim 1, further comprising display means having a display area in which a predetermined display effect is displayed .
  3. The movable production means is
    The gaming machine according to claim 2 , which moves so as to be positioned in front of the display area .
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