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JP5003708B2
JP5003708B2 JP2009076508A JP2009076508A JP5003708B2 JP 5003708 B2 JP5003708 B2 JP 5003708B2 JP 2009076508 A JP2009076508 A JP 2009076508A JP 2009076508 A JP2009076508 A JP 2009076508A JP 5003708 B2 JP5003708 B2 JP 5003708B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine such as a pachinko machine or a slot machine that plays a game using a game medium such as a game ball or a game medal.

  Among conventional gaming machines, there is known a gaming machine provided with an effect member (movable accessory) capable of shielding a liquid crystal screen (display surface) of an effect display device (see Patent Document 1 below). The effect member is a member that shields the liquid crystal screen by moving in front of the liquid crystal screen (see FIG. 3 in Patent Document 1 below). However, if the liquid crystal screen is enlarged in order to improve game play, The production member for shielding the screen also needs to be enlarged.

  However, such an effect member must be retracted from the front of the liquid crystal screen when exposing the liquid crystal screen. However, when the effect member is enlarged, the space for retracting the effect member increases, and the game There is a problem that the area becomes narrow. For this reason, the enlargement of a liquid crystal screen is suppressed and there exists a possibility that game property may fall.

  Here, in FIG. 14 and the like of Patent Document 1 below, an effect member having a configuration in which the effect member is folded to expose the liquid crystal screen is disclosed. Specifically, the liquid crystal screen can be shielded with the effect member opened on the same plane, and the effect member is folded to expose the liquid crystal screen.

JP 2005-40413 A

  However, in the configuration in which the effect member is folded and the liquid crystal screen is exposed, when the effect member is folded, a large space in the front-rear direction is required in front of the liquid crystal screen. For this reason, it is necessary to ensure a large space extending in the front-rear direction in order to ensure the folding operation of the effect member in front of the liquid crystal screen. In particular, when the liquid crystal screen is enlarged in order to increase game play, it is necessary to enlarge the effect member that shields the liquid crystal screen. However, when the effect member for the folding operation is enlarged, the front of the liquid crystal screen is further increased. A large space must be secured. As a result, the distance between the player and the liquid crystal screen increases, and the symbols to be variably displayed on the liquid crystal screen become far from the player, making it difficult to appeal the gameability due to lack of power.

  On the other hand, if the effect member is downsized in order to reduce the space provided in front of the liquid crystal screen, the liquid crystal screen must also be downsized.

  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine that can realize the operation of the effect member in a small space without downsizing the liquid crystal screen (display surface of the effect display device) and the effect member.

  The first invention is an effect display device that displays a predetermined effect design, a frame member that houses the effect display device, an effect member that moves in front of the effect display device, and an effect that controls the movement of the effect member. A first effect member that appears and disappears on one front side of the effect display device, and a second effect member that appears and appears on the other front side of the effect display device. The first effect member and the second effect member are moved, and the first effect member and the second effect member are switched by crossing the first effect member and the second effect member. The members are integrated to complete a predetermined shape, and the first effect member is exposed from the first decoration main body based on the first decoration main body and the position of the first decoration main body. Or stored in the first decorative main body. And the second effect member is exposed from the second decoration main body based on the position of the second decoration main body and the second decoration main body, or the second decoration. A second decorative movable part housed in the main body, and the frame member is located at a position where the first effect member is retracted to the front one side of the effect display device. The second decoration movable part is housed in the second decoration body part at a position where the first guide body housed in the first decoration body part and the second effect member retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. And a second guide portion.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, the first effect member and the second effect member that are moved, intersected, and switched in position are integrated together to complete a predetermined shape. It is a large effect member that covers the entire effect display device. At such a position that the first effect member is retracted to the front one side of the effect display device, the first decoration movable part is accommodated in the first decoration body part by the first guide part. Further, the second decoration movable part is housed in the second decoration main body part by the second guide part at the position where the second effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. Thereby, when each effect member retracts from the front of the effect display device, each decoration movable part is stored in each decoration main body, and therefore each effect member can be downsized. As a result, even if it is necessary to increase the size of the effect display device in order to improve game play and to increase the size of each effect member, when the effect members are retracted from the front of the effect display device, Since it can be reduced in size temporarily, the retreat space of each effect member can be made small.

  In a second aspect based on the first aspect, the first decorative movable part is provided so as to be rotatable about an axis of a shaft provided in the first decorative main body, and the second decorative movable part is The first decorative movable part is provided so as to be rotatable around an axis of a shaft part provided in the second decorative main body part, and the first decorative movable part is in a state in which no pressure is applied from the first guide part. The second decorative movable part is maintained in a state of receiving a predetermined elastic force and exposed from the first decorative body part, and the second decorative movable part is in a state in which no pressure is applied from the second guide part. The first decoration member is maintained in a state where it is exposed from the second decoration main body under the elastic force of the first decoration member, and the first decoration member is retracted to one front side of the effect display device from the first guide part. The pressure acting on the movable part counteracts the elastic force of the first elastic member. The first decoration movable part is rotated and stored in the first decoration main body part, and the second decoration member is moved from the second guide part to the second decoration part at a position where the second effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. The second decorative movable part is rotated and stored in the second decorative main body part against the elastic force of the second elastic member by a pressure acting on the movable part.

  According to the second invention, the elastic force of the first elastic member is exerted by the pressure acting on the first decorative movable part from the first guide part at the position where the first effect member is retracted to the front one side of the effect display device. In opposition, the first decorative movable part rotates and is stored in the first decorative main body part. In addition, the second effect member is second against the elastic force of the second elastic member by the pressure acting on the second decorative movable portion from the second guide portion at the position where the second effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. The decorative movable part rotates and is stored in the second decorative main body part. Thereby, each effect member can be reduced in size easily only by rotating each decoration movable part to the circumference of a shaft part with respect to each decoration main-body part. Moreover, the volume of each effect member does not increase by accommodating each decoration movable part in each decoration main-body part.

  According to a third invention, in the first invention or the second invention, the first guide portion is configured to move the first decoration main body portion when the first effect member is retracted to one front side of the effect display device. Accordingly, the first decoration movable part is a first rib through which the second guide part is moved when the second effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. It is a 2nd rib which the said 2nd decoration movable part passes with a movement, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.

  According to the third invention, when the first effect member retracts to the front one side of the effect display device, the first guide part passes through the first decoration movable part as the first decoration main body part moves. Since it is a rib, the 1st decoration movable part can be rotated and accommodated in a 1st decoration main-body part only by passing a 1st decoration movable part. The second guide part is a second rib through which the second decoration movable part passes as the second decoration main body part moves when the second effect member retreats to the other front side of the effect display device. The second decorative movable part can be rotated and stored in the second decorative main body only by passing the decorative movable part. Thus, each decoration movable part can be easily accommodated in each decoration main body simply by moving each decoration movable part on each rib.

  According to the present invention, the operation of the effect member can be realized in a small space without downsizing the liquid crystal screen (display surface of the effect display device) and the effect member.

1 is a front view of a gaming machine according to a first embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view of the game board of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of a part of electronic control apparatus of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the sub control board which comprises the electronic controller of the gaming machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view in the state where the production member was attached to the frame member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view of the state where the production member attached to the frame member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention is stopped at the second stop position. It is a front view in the state where the production members attached to the frame member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention intersect. It is a front view in the state where the production member attached to the frame member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention is retracted. It is explanatory drawing which expanded the principal part of the production member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is the perspective view which showed a part of one drive mechanism of the production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is the perspective view which showed a part of one drive mechanism of one production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention from the angle different from FIG. It is the perspective view which showed a part of other drive mechanism of the production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. FIG. 13 is a perspective view showing a part of the other drive mechanism of the effect member attached to the frame member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention from an angle different from FIG. 12. It is the perspective view which showed the lower side guide shaft attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing of the state which one decoration movable part of the production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention was completely exposed from the decoration main-body part. It is explanatory drawing of the state in which a part of one decoration movable part of the production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention is accommodated in a decoration main-body part. It is explanatory drawing of the state by which one decoration movable part of the production | presentation member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention was fully accommodated in the decoration main-body part. It is the conceptual diagram which showed the effect display apparatus in which the effect design was displayed in the state which has the effect member of the gaming machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention in an initial position. It is the front view which showed the production | presentation display apparatus by which the production | presentation symbol was displayed in the process in which the production | presentation member of the gaming machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention moves from an initial position to a 1st stop position. It is the front view which showed the production | presentation display apparatus in which the production | presentation symbol was displayed in the state which has the production | presentation member of the gaming machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention in a 1st stop position. It is the front view which showed the effect display apparatus in which the effect design was displayed in the process in which the effect member of the gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention moves from the first stop position to the second stop position. It is the front view which showed the effect display apparatus in which the effect design was displayed in the state which has the effect member of the gaming machine which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention in a 2nd stop position. It is explanatory drawing of the state which one decoration movable part of the production member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 2nd Embodiment of this invention was completely exposed from the decoration main-body part. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the sub control board which comprises the electronic control apparatus of the game machine which concerns on 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing of the state which one decoration movable part of the production member attached to the frame member of the game machine which concerns on 3rd Embodiment of this invention was completely exposed from the decoration main-body part. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the sub control board which comprises the electronic control apparatus of the game machine which concerns on 3rd Embodiment of this invention.

  Next, a gaming machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the present embodiment, a configuration in which the present invention is applied to a pachinko machine that is an example of a ball game machine will be described. Further, in this specification, “left (side)” means the left side with respect to the player facing the gaming machine, and “right (side)” refers to the player facing the gaming machine. Means the right side. Furthermore, “upper (side)” means the upper side based on the player facing the gaming machine, and “lower (side)” means the lower side based on the player facing the gaming machine. . The “front-rear direction” means the depth direction of the gaming machine with reference to the player facing the gaming machine. “Front” means the player side with respect to the surface of the game board. Furthermore, “backward” means the side opposite to the player side with respect to the surface of the game board.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the front part of the pachinko machine (game machine) 10 according to the first embodiment mainly includes an outer frame 12, an inner frame 14, a front frame 16, an upper plate part 18, and a lower part. A dish portion 20, a locking device 22, a firing handle 24, and the like are provided.

  The outer frame 12 is obtained by assembling and fixing a wooden plate-like body into a substantially rectangular frame shape. The inner frame 14 is entirely made of plastic and is pivotally supported so as to be openable and closable with respect to the outer frame 12. A locking device 22 is provided slightly below the center of the right end of the inner frame 14.

  The front frame 16 is a specific example of the front door of the present invention, occupies about 2/3 of the entire front portion of the pachinko machine 10, and is pivotally supported at the left end of the inner frame 14 so that it can be opened and closed. Has been. The front frame 16 is entirely made of plastic, and corresponds to the shape of the game area 28 (see FIG. 2) formed in the game board 26 so that the game board 26 (see FIG. 2) can be seen from the front. It has an opening 30 formed in a substantially circular shape. A glass plate 32 is attached to the back surface of the front frame 16 by a glass frame (not shown). Then, based on the player, the game area 28 formed on the game board 26 is positioned behind the glass plate 32.

  Further, an upper plate portion 18 is provided below the front frame 16. The upper plate portion 18 is provided with a production button 40 and a ball lending operation portion 155.

  A lower dish portion 20 is provided below the upper dish portion 18. A launching handle 24 for launching a game ball is provided on the lower right side of the lower plate part 20. The firing handle 24 is provided with a firing lever 44 and a firing stop button 46, respectively.

  Further, sub-speakers 48 for outputting predetermined sound effects are respectively provided on the lower left and right sides of the lower plate part 20.

  The inner frame 14 has an opening (not shown) that matches the shape of the game area 28. A game board 26 is attached to the inner surface of the inner frame 14. Thereby, the player can visually recognize the game area 28 of the game board 26 through the opening of the inner frame 14 and the opening 30 of the front frame 16.

  Furthermore, a ball lending device 154 is provided on the front left side of the pachinko machine 10. In this embodiment, a CR unit is applied as the ball lending device 154. The ball lending device 154 is formed with a card insertion slot 157 for inserting a prepaid card. In addition, the structure which provided the cash unit as the ball lending apparatus 154 may be sufficient. In this cash unit, instead of the card insertion slot 157, a cash insertion slot (not shown) for inserting cash is formed.

  The ball lending operation unit 155 is provided with a ball lending switch 156 for requesting ball lending and a return switch 158 for requesting the return of the prepaid card inserted into the card insertion slot 157, respectively. .

  For example, when a prepaid card is inserted into the card insertion slot 157 of the ball lending device 154, the stored information of the prepaid card is read by a card reader / writer inside the ball lending device 154. When the remaining frequency of the prepaid card is “0”, the prepaid card is automatically returned from the card insertion slot 157. On the other hand, when the remaining frequency of the prepaid card is not “0”, when the ball lending switch 156 is pressed, the remaining frequency of the prepaid card is subtracted by the card reader / writer and the stored information of the prepaid card is rewritten. The number corresponding to the frequency (rented amount) is drawn, and the game ball (lending ball) is guided from the payout device 161 to the upper plate part 18. At this time, for example, when the remaining frequency of the prepaid card is subtracted to “0”, the prepaid card is automatically returned from the card insertion slot 157.

  In the configuration using a cash unit as the ball lending device 154, cash is counted by a cash counter inside the ball lending device when cash is inserted into the cash slot of the ball lending device. When the ball-lending switch is pressed after the amount of money reaches the predetermined amount, the cash amount is reduced by the cash counter and the number corresponding to the reduced amount (loan amount) is drawn. A ball (rented ball) is guided from the dispensing device 161 to the upper plate 18.

  Next, the surface structure of the game board 26 will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the game board 26 is held by the inner frame 14, and its back side is covered by the back mechanism board. In the game board 26, a substantially circular game area 28 is formed by an outer rail 50 and an inner rail 52 provided on the surface of the game board 26. Inside the game area 28, a start port 56B, a center accessory 64, a warp entrance 58, a number of obstacle nails 60, and the like are mainly disposed.

  The center accessory 64 is disposed at a substantially central portion of the game area 28, and is mainly in front of the effect symbol display device (effect display device) 62, the lamps 66, and the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. And an effect member 300 provided so as to be movable.

  The effect symbol display device 62 is display-controlled based on control signals from the main control board 102 (see FIG. 3) and the sub control board 106 (see FIG. 3), and has a substantially rectangular display surface (display area) 62A. have. On the display surface 62A, special design effects are displayed. Specifically, on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, there is formed an effect symbol display area in which one or a plurality of effect symbols are displayed while changing one after another in a predetermined direction and then stopped. . That is, the left effect symbol display area for displaying the left effect symbol, the center effect symbol display area for displaying the center effect symbol, and the right effect symbol display area for displaying the right effect symbol are arranged in a substantially horizontal row. They are formed side by side (not shown). In each effect symbol display area, a symbol variation direction is set in a direction (vertical direction) substantially orthogonal to the arrangement direction of these display areas, and a plurality of effect symbols are sequentially displayed in that direction.

  The effect symbol display device 62 causes the effect symbols displayed in the display area of the display surface to change and stop display when the game ball enters the start opening 56B. Then, for example, when the production symbols are aligned with the same three-digit symbols “7, 7, 7” and stopped (determined display), the big winning opening 86 of the big winning device 84 arranged in the variable winning device 80 is opened. Is done. In the pachinko machine 10 of the present embodiment, when a game ball enters the start opening 56B, each effect symbol is changed, and the effect symbol is arranged in the same three-digit symbol, thereby giving a specific value of “big hit”. is there.

  Here, in the pachinko machine 10 of the present embodiment, for example, two types of big hits are set in advance. Specifically, there is a probable big hit that is established when three digits of the same odd-numbered effect symbols such as “7, 7, 7” are arranged. In addition, there is a normal jackpot that is established when the same even-numbered effects such as “8, 8, 8” are arranged in three digits.

  The probable big hit and the normal big hit are big hits having a relatively large number of rounds (for example, 15 rounds) and the opening time of the big winning opening 86 being about 26 seconds. For this reason, the number of prize balls is relatively large. In each big hit, a predetermined number (for example, 10) of game balls enter the big winning opening 86, or a predetermined time (for example, 10) even if a predetermined number (for example, 10) of the game balls do not enter. For example, when 26 seconds) elapses, the big winning opening 86 is closed and one round is completed.

  Further, the probability variation state is a state in which the probability of shifting to a big hit (meaning two kinds of big hits, a probable big hit and a normal big hit) becomes a predetermined high probability. The open time extended state is a state in which the opening time of the start port 56B is extended more than usual. For example, the normal opening time is about 0.1 seconds, while in the extended opening time state, it is extended to about 4 seconds. The start port 56B is opened by winning a normal symbol lottery, and functions as a normal electric accessory.

  In addition, after the probable big hit, the probability of shifting to the big hit becomes a special symbol probability fluctuation state in which the probability is higher than the normal gaming state. Then, the variation time of the special symbol and the normal symbol is shortened until the next big hit is generated, or until the special symbol variation display is performed a predetermined number of times (for example, 10,000 times), and the start port 56B. The open extension function is activated. In addition, after the normal jackpot, the probability of shifting to the big jackpot becomes a predetermined low probability state that is the same as the normal gaming state, and the variation time of the special symbol and the normal symbol is reduced by a predetermined number of times (for example, 100 times). When the opening extension function of the start port 56B is activated, the short game state is set.

  The center accessory 64 is mounted so as to protrude from the front peripheral portion of the effect symbol display device 62. The center accessory 64 has a pair of movable blade pieces 64A. The opening area of the warp entrance 58 is changed by the movement of the blade piece 64A.

In the vicinity of the effect symbol display device 62, an effect member 300 is provided.
Here, the structure of the effect member 300 which is the principal part of this invention is demonstrated in detail.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 9, the effect member 300 includes a first semicircular ring member (first effect member) 302 that can be projected and retracted on the front right side of the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62. The first semicircular ring member 302 is attached to the first decorative main body 304 protruding to the front left side of the display surface (liquid crystal screen) 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, and the curved upper end of the first decorative main body 304. A first upper decorative movable portion (first decorative movable portion) 306; and a first lower decorative movable portion (first decorative movable portion) 308 attached to the curved lower end of the first decorative main body 304. Yes. The first decorative main body 304 is formed in a curved shape as a whole so as to protrude to the front left side of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. A first light emitting element 310 (see FIGS. 18 to 22) such as an LED is provided on the surface of the first decorative body 304. A design such as a predetermined character is drawn on the first upper decoration movable section 306 and the first lower decoration movable section 308, or a light emitting element 310 (see FIG. 21) is attached. For this reason, the 1st decoration main-body part 304, the 1st upper decoration movable part 306, and the 1st lower decoration movable part 308 each have a decoration function. Note that the first light emitting element 310 is controlled to emit light via a decorative drive substrate (production control unit, see FIG. 4) 114.

  A storage groove 312 (see FIG. 9) in which the first upper decoration movable unit 306 is stored is formed at the curved upper end of the first decoration main body 304. In addition, a shaft portion 314 is formed in the vicinity of the storage groove 312 on the curved upper end portion of the first decorative body portion 304. The first upper decoration movable portion 306 rotates around the axis of the shaft portion 314. A torsion spring (first elastic member) 316 is attached around the axis of the shaft portion 314. One end of the torsion spring 316 contacts the first upper decorative movable portion 306 so that it can be pressed, and the other end is supported by a protrusion 318 inside the first decorative main body 304 so as not to move. Yes. The torsion spring 316 applies a predetermined pressure (elastic force) to the first upper decoration movable portion 306 so as to maintain the state in which the first upper decoration movable portion 306 is exposed from the first decoration main body portion 304. Always working. For this reason, in the state where the external force that opposes the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 is not acting on the first upper decorative movable portion 306, the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is always exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304. This state is maintained (see FIGS. 5 to 7).

  Further, as shown in FIG. 9, the first upper decoration movable portion 306 includes a movable portion main body 306 </ b> A exposed from the first decoration main body 304 and a rotating piece 306 </ b> B that is always hidden inside the first decoration main body 304. And a link part 306C that is attached to the movable part main body 306A and slides on the surface of the first upper rib (first guide part, first rib) 320. A predetermined design or the like is drawn on the surface of the movable part main body 306A, or the first light emitting element 310 is attached to perform a decorative function.

  A through hole is formed in the rotating piece 306B, and the shaft portion 314 passes through the through hole. For this reason, the 1st upper decoration movable part 306 becomes rotatable around the axis | shaft of the axial part 314 provided in the curved upper end part of the 1st decoration main-body part 304 as above-mentioned. Here, the rotational direction of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is determined by the magnitude relationship between the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 and the magnitude of pressure from the first upper rib 320 of the frame member 350 described later. The When the first upper decorative movable portion 306 rotates outward about the axis of the shaft portion 314, the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304, and the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is exposed. When the movable portion 306 rotates inwardly about the axis of the shaft portion 314, the movable portion main body 306 </ b> A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is housed inside the first decorative main body portion 304.

  The link portion 306 </ b> C passes over the curved and inclined surface of the first upper rib 320 described later as the first decorative body portion 304 moves in the left-right direction. Specifically, when the first decoration main body 304 moves in the right direction in front of the display surface 62A and retracts from the front of the display surface 62A, the link portion 306C is guided onto the surface of the first upper rib 320. At this time, the pressure acting on the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the first upper rib 320 via the link portion 306C gradually increases. Eventually, since the pressure acting on the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the first upper rib 320 via the link portion 306C becomes larger than the elastic force of the torsion spring 316, the movable portion main body 306A is movable in the first upper decorative movable portion. The portion 306 rotates around the axis of the shaft portion 314 so as to oppose the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 and is housed inside the first decorative body portion 304. On the other hand, when the first decoration main body 304 moves to the left side in front of the display surface 62A and is positioned in front of the display surface 62A, the link portion 306C passes over the surface of the first upper rib 320, and eventually. Detach from the surface of the first upper rib 320. At this time, the pressure acting on the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the first upper rib 320 via the link portion 306C gradually decreases. Eventually, since the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 becomes larger than the pressure acting on the first upper decorative movable part 306 from the first upper rib 320 via the link part 306C, the movable part main body 306A is moved to the first upper decorative movable part. The part 306 rotates in the opposite direction around the axis of the shaft part 314 and is exposed from the first decorative body part 304.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, a first lower decorative movable portion 308 is provided at the lower curved end portion of the first decorative main body 304. Since the configuration of the first lower decorative movable unit 308 is the same as the configuration of the first upper decorative movable unit 306 described above, illustration is omitted. That is, a storage groove (not shown) in which the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is stored is formed at the lower end of the first decorative main body 304. Further, a shaft portion (not shown) is formed in the vicinity of the storage groove at the lower end of the first decorative body 304. The first lower decorative movable portion 308 rotates around the axis of the shaft portion. A torsion spring (not shown) is attached around the shaft of the shaft portion. One end of the torsion spring contacts the first lower decorative movable portion 308 so as to be able to press, and the other end is supported by a protrusion inside the first decorative main body 304 so as not to move. . The torsion spring has a predetermined pressure (elastic force) with respect to the first lower decorative movable portion 308 so as to maintain the state where the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304. Is always working. For this reason, the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is always exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304 in a state where the external force that opposes the elastic force of the torsion spring is not acting on the first lower decorative movable portion 308. This state is maintained (see FIGS. 5 to 7).

  The first lower decorative movable part 308 includes a movable part main body 308A exposed from the first decorative main body 304, a rotating piece (not shown) that is always hidden inside the first decorative main body 304, and a movable main body. A link portion (not shown) that is attached to 308A and slides on the surface of the first lower rib (first guide portion, first rib) 322. A predetermined design or the like is drawn on the surface of the movable part main body 308A to exhibit a decorative function.

  A through hole is formed in the rotating piece, and a shaft portion (not shown) passes through the through hole. For this reason, the 1st lower side decoration movable part 308 can be rotated around the axis | shaft of the axial part provided in the curved lower end part of the 1st decoration main body part 304 as above-mentioned. Here, the rotation direction of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is determined by the magnitude relationship between the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring and the magnitude of the pressure from the first lower rib 322 of the frame member 350 described later. Is done. When the first lower decorative movable portion 308 rotates outward about the axis of the shaft portion, the movable portion main body 308A of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304, and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is exposed. When the side decoration movable part 308 is rotated inward about the axis of the shaft part, the movable part main body 308A of the first lower decoration movable part 308 is accommodated in the first decoration main body part 304.

  The link portion passes on the surface of a first lower rib 322, which will be described later, as the first decorative main body portion 304 moves in the left-right direction. Specifically, when the first decorative main body 304 moves to the right in front of the display surface 62A and retracts from the front of the display surface 62A, the link portion is guided onto the surface of the first lower rib 322. At this time, the pressure acting on the first lower decorative movable portion 308 from the first lower rib 322 via the link portion gradually increases. Eventually, since the pressure acting on the first lower decorative movable portion 308 from the first lower rib 322 via the link portion becomes larger than the elastic force of the torsion spring, the movable portion main body 308A has the first lower decorative portion. The movable part 308 rotates around the axis of the shaft part so as to oppose the elastic force of the torsion spring, and is housed in the first decorative body part 304. On the other hand, when the first decoration main body 304 moves to the left side in front of the display surface 62A and is positioned in front of the display surface 62A, the link portion passes over the surface of the first lower rib 322, and eventually. Detach from the surface of the first lower rib 322. At this time, the pressure acting on the first lower decorative movable portion 308 from the first lower rib 322 via the link portion gradually decreases. Eventually, the elastic force of the torsion spring becomes larger than the pressure acting on the first lower decorative movable portion 308 from the first lower rib 322 via the link portion. The movable portion 308 rotates in the opposite direction around the axis of the shaft portion and is exposed from the first decorative body portion 304.

  As shown in FIGS. 13 and 14, an upper mounting piece 324 is formed in the vicinity of the curved upper end portion of the first decorative main body 304 of the first semicircular ring member 302. Further, a lower attachment piece 326 is formed in the vicinity of the curved lower end portion of the first decorative main body 304 of the first semicircular ring member 302. The upper attachment piece 324 moves along the axial direction on an upper guide shaft 408 that is attached to a frame member 350 described later and extends along the left-right direction. The lower attachment piece 326 moves along the axial direction on a lower guide shaft 410 attached to a frame member 350 described later and extending along the left-right direction. Further, the tip end portion of the upper mounting piece 324 formed in the vicinity of the curved upper end portion of the first decorative main body portion 304 is fixed to a belt 382 described later. Therefore, when the belt 382 moves, the first semicircular ring member 302 moves on the guide shafts 408, 410 along the axial direction of the guide shafts 408, 410.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, the effect member 300 includes a second semicircular ring member (second effect member) 330 that can be projected and retracted on the front right side of the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62. The second semicircular ring member 330 is attached to the second decorative main body portion 332 protruding to the front right side of the display surface (liquid crystal screen) 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 and the curved upper end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332. A second upper decorative movable portion (second decorative movable portion) 334; and a second lower decorative movable portion (second decorative movable portion) 336 attached to the curved lower end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332. Yes. The second decoration main body 332 is formed in a curved shape as a whole so as to protrude to the front right side of the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62. A second light emitting element 338 such as an LED is provided on the surface of the second decorative main body 332. A design such as a predetermined character is drawn on the second upper decoration movable section 334 and the second lower decoration movable section 336, or a light emitting element (not shown) is attached. For this reason, the 2nd decoration main-body part 332, the 2nd upper decoration movable part 334, and the 2nd lower decoration movable part 336 each have a decoration function. Note that the second light emitting element 338 is controlled to emit light via a decorative drive substrate (production control unit, see FIG. 4) 114.

  In the following description, the configurations of the second decoration main body part 332, the second upper decoration movable part 334, and the second lower decoration movable part 336 are the first decoration main body part 304, the first upper decoration movable part 306, and the second one. 1 Since the configuration is the same as the configuration of the lower decorative movable portion 308, detailed illustration is omitted.

  An accommodation groove (not shown) in which the second upper decoration movable portion 334 is accommodated is formed at the curved upper end portion of the second decoration main body portion 332. In addition, a shaft portion (not shown) is formed in the vicinity of the storage groove on the curved upper end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332. The second upper decorative movable part 334 rotates around the axis of the shaft part. A torsion spring (not shown) is attached around the shaft of the shaft portion. One end of the torsion spring contacts the second upper decorative movable part 334 so that it can be pressed, and the other end is supported by a protrusion (not shown) inside the second decorative main body 218 so as not to move. Has been. The torsion spring always applies a predetermined pressure (elastic force) to the second upper decorative movable portion 334 so that the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is exposed from the second decorative main body portion 332. It is acting. For this reason, the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is always exposed from the second decorative main body portion 332 in a state where an external force that opposes the elastic force of the torsion spring is not acting on the second upper decorative movable portion 334. That state is maintained (see FIGS. 5 to 7).

  The second upper decorative movable part 334 includes a movable part main body 334A exposed from the second decorative main body 332, a rotating piece (not shown) that is always hidden inside the second decorative main body 332, and a movable part main body 334A. And a link portion (not shown) that slides on the surface of the second upper rib (second guide portion, second rib) 340. A predetermined design or the like is drawn on the surface of the movable part main body 334A, or a second light emitting element 338 (see FIG. 18) is attached to exert a decorative function.

  A through hole is formed in the rotating piece, and a shaft portion passes through the through hole. For this reason, as described above, the second upper decoration movable portion 334 can rotate around the axis of the shaft portion provided at the curved upper end portion of the second decoration main body portion 332. Here, the rotation direction of the second upper decorative movable part 334 is determined by the magnitude relationship between the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring and the magnitude of the pressure from the second upper rib 340 of the frame member 350 described later. . When the second upper decorative movable part 334 rotates outward about the axis of the shaft part, the movable part main body 334A of the second upper decorative movable part 334 is exposed from the second decorative main body part 332, and the second upper decorative movable part 334 is movable. When the portion 334 rotates inward around the axis of the shaft portion, the movable portion main body 334 </ b> A of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is housed inside the second decorative main body portion 332.

  The link portion passes on the surface of the second upper rib 340 as the second decorative body portion 332 moves in the left-right direction. Specifically, when the second decorative body 332 moves leftward in front of the display surface 62A and retracts from the front of the display surface 62A, the link portion is guided onto the surface of the second upper rib 340. At this time, the pressure acting on the second upper decorative movable portion 334 from the second upper rib 340 via the link portion gradually increases. Eventually, the pressure acting on the second upper decorative movable portion 334 from the second upper rib 340 via the link portion becomes larger than the elastic force of the torsion spring, so that the movable portion main body 334A has the second upper decorative movable portion 334. Is rotated around the axis of the shaft portion so as to oppose the elastic force of the torsion spring, and is accommodated in the second decorative body portion 332. On the other hand, when the second decoration main body 332 moves to the right in the front direction of the display surface 62A and is positioned in front of the display surface 62A, the link portion passes over the surface of the second upper rib 340 and eventually 2 Detach from the surface of the upper rib 340. At this time, the pressure which acts on the 2nd upper decoration movable part 334 via a link part from the 2nd upper side rib 340 gradually becomes small. Eventually, since the elastic force of the torsion spring becomes larger than the pressure acting on the second upper decorative movable part 334 from the second upper rib 340 via the link part, the movable part main body 334A has the second upper decorative movable part 334. Rotates in the opposite direction around the axis of the shaft portion, and is exposed from the second decorative body portion 332.

  The curved lower end portion of the second decorative body portion 332 has the same configuration as the curved upper end portion. That is, a storage groove (not shown) in which the second lower decorative movable part 336 is stored is formed at the lower end of the second decorative body 332. In addition, a shaft portion (not shown) is formed in the vicinity of the storage groove at the lower end of the second decorative main body portion 332. The second lower decorative movable portion 336 rotates around the axis of the shaft portion. A torsion spring (not shown) is attached around the shaft of the shaft portion. One end of the torsion spring contacts the second lower decorative movable part 336 so that it can be pressed, and the other end cannot be moved by a protrusion (not shown) inside the second decorative main body 332. It is supported. The torsion spring has a predetermined pressure (elastic force) applied to the second lower decorative movable portion 336 so that the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is exposed from the second decorative main body portion 332. Is always working. For this reason, the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is always exposed from the second decorative main body portion 332 in a state where an external force that opposes the elastic force of the torsion spring is not applied to the second lower decorative movable portion 336. This state is maintained (see FIGS. 5 to 7).

  The second lower decorative movable part 336 has the same configuration as that of the second upper decorative movable part 334, and the movable part main body 336 </ b> A exposed from the second decorative main body part 332 and the second decorative main body part 332. A rotating piece (not shown) hidden inside, a link part (not shown) that is attached to the movable part main body 336A and slides on the surface of the second lower rib (second guide part, second rib) 342, It consists of A predetermined design or the like is drawn on the surface of the movable part main body 336A to exhibit a decorative function.

  A through hole is formed in the rotating piece, and a shaft portion (not shown) passes through the through hole. For this reason, the 2nd lower decoration movable part 336 becomes rotatable around the axis | shaft of the axial part provided in the curved lower end part of the 2nd decoration main-body part 332 as above-mentioned. Here, the rotational direction of the second lower decorative movable part 336 is determined by the magnitude relationship between the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring and the magnitude of the pressure from the second lower rib 342 of the frame member 350 described later. Is done. When the second lower decorative movable portion 336 rotates outward about the axis of the shaft portion, the movable portion main body 336A of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is exposed from the second decorative main body portion 332, and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is exposed. When the side decoration movable part 336 is rotated inward about the axis of the shaft part, the movable part main body 336 </ b> A of the second lower decoration movable part 336 is accommodated in the second decoration main body part 332.

  The link portion passes on the surface of a second lower rib 342 described later as the second decorative main body portion 332 moves in the left-right direction. Specifically, when the second decorative body 332 moves leftward in front of the display surface 62A and retracts from the front of the display surface 62A, the link portion is guided onto the surface of the second lower rib 342. At this time, the pressure acting on the second lower decorative movable portion 336 from the second lower rib 342 via the link portion gradually increases. Eventually, since the pressure acting on the second lower decorative movable part 336 from the second lower rib 342 via the link part becomes larger than the elastic force of the torsion spring, the movable part main body 336A has the second lower decorative part. The movable part 336 rotates around the axis of the shaft part so as to oppose the elastic force of the torsion spring and is housed in the second decorative body part 332. On the other hand, when the second decoration main body 332 moves to the right of the display surface 62A and is positioned in front of the display surface 62A, the link portion passes over the surface of the second lower rib 342, and eventually. Detach from the surface of the second lower rib 342. At this time, the pressure acting on the second lower movable movable portion 336 from the second lower rib 342 via the link portion gradually decreases. Eventually, since the elastic force of the torsion spring becomes larger than the pressure acting on the second lower movable movable part 336 from the second lower rib 342 via the link part, the movable part main body 336A has the second lower decorative part. The movable part 336 rotates in the opposite direction around the axis of the shaft part and is exposed from the second decorative body part 332.

  As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, and 14, an upper mounting piece 344 is formed in the vicinity of the curved upper end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332 of the second semicircular ring member 330. Further, a lower attachment piece 346 is formed in the vicinity of the curved lower end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332 of the second semicircular ring member 330. The upper attachment piece 344 moves along the axial direction on an upper guide shaft 412 attached to a frame member 350 described later and extending along the left-right direction. The lower attachment piece 346 moves along the axial direction on a lower guide shaft 414 that is attached to a frame member 350 described later and extends in the left-right direction. Further, the tip end portion of the upper mounting piece 344 formed in the vicinity of the curved upper end portion of the second decorative main body portion 332 is fixed to a belt 406 described later. Therefore, when the belt 406 moves, the second semicircular ring member 330 moves on each guide shaft 412, 414 along the axial direction of each guide shaft 412, 414.

  Next, the frame member 350 that accommodates the effect symbol display device 62 and that is provided with the effect member 300 movably will be described.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, a motor base 358 for attaching the first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 is provided on the upper edge side of the opening 352 of the frame member 350. On the upper surface of the motor base 358, a first drive motor 354 for movably driving the first semicircular ring member 302 and a second drive motor for movably driving the second semicircular ring member 330 are provided. 356 are attached. The first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 are driven and controlled by the decorative drive board 114 (see FIG. 4).

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8 and 10, the first drive motor 354 is disposed in the vicinity of the retracted position of the second semicircular ring member 330. A first drive gear (not shown) is mechanically connected to the first drive motor 354. The first drive gear is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 so as to be rotatable about its axis. When the first drive motor 354 is driven, the first drive gear rotates about the axis. A first pulley mechanism 362 is mechanically connected to the first drive gear. The first pulley mechanism 362 is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 so as to be rotatable about its axis. As shown in FIG. 10, the first pulley mechanism 362 includes a gear portion 364 that meshes with the first drive gear, and a pulley portion 366 that rotates together with the gear portion 364. For this reason, when the first drive motor 354 is driven and the first drive gear rotates, the first pulley mechanism 362 itself also rotates about the axis.

  As shown in FIGS. 12 and 13, a first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 in the vicinity of the retracted position of the first semicircular ring member 302 so as to be rotatable about its axis. Yes. The first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 includes a pulley unit 370 and a tension adjusting unit 372. The tension adjusting unit 372 includes a support unit 374 that supports the pulley unit 370 so as to be rotatable and relatively movable with respect to the pulley unit 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362, and a pulley of the first pulley mechanism 362 with respect to the support unit 374. An elastic mechanism 376 that always applies an elastic force in a direction opposite to the portion 366 side (a direction away from the pulley portion 366), and a lock portion 378 that supports the support portion 374 by allowing the support portion 374 to move in the left-right direction. ,have. More specifically, a long hole is formed through the motor base 358, and an arm 380 of a support portion (not shown) passes through the long hole. The lock portion 378 is engaged with the arm 380 so that the arm 380 can move in the left-right direction (the approach / separation direction between the pulley portion 366 and the pulley portion 370).

  As shown in FIGS. 10 to 13, a belt 382 is stretched between the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368. Therefore, when the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 rotates about the axis, a rotational driving force is transmitted to the belt 382, and the rotational driving force is transmitted through the belt 382 to the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368. Is transmitted to. For this reason, when the first drive motor 354 is driven, the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 rotate.

  Here, since a predetermined elastic force is constantly applied from the elastic mechanism 376 to the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368, the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the pulley of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368. An attempt is made to move away from the portion 370. For this reason, a tensile force is always applied to the belt 382 stretched between the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368. As a result, when the belt 382 slightly extends due to the aging of the belt 382, the separation distance between the pulley portion 366 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the pulley portion 370 of the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 becomes wide. The magnitude of the tensile force acting on is substantially constant. For this reason, it is possible to prevent the belt 382 from being loosened, and it is possible to maintain a safe and smooth movement operation of the first semicircular ring member 302.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8 and 12, the second drive motor 356 is arranged in the vicinity of the retracted position of the first semicircular ring member 302. A second drive gear 384 is mechanically connected to the second drive motor 356. The second drive gear 384 is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 so as to be rotatable about its axis. When the second drive motor 356 is driven, the second drive gear 384 rotates about the axis. A second pulley mechanism 386 is mechanically connected to the second drive gear 384. The second pulley mechanism 386 is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 so as to be rotatable about the axis. The second pulley mechanism 386 includes a gear portion 388 that meshes with the second drive gear 384, and a pulley portion 390 that rotates together with the gear portion 388. For this reason, when the second drive motor 356 is driven and the second drive gear 384 is rotated, the second pulley mechanism 386 is also rotated around the axis.

  As shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, a second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 is attached to the lower surface of the motor base 358 and in the vicinity of the retracted position of the second semicircular ring member 330 so as to be rotatable about its axis. Yes. The second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 includes a pulley part 394 and a tension adjustment part 396. The tension adjusting unit 396 includes a support unit 398 that rotatably supports the pulley unit 394 and is movable relative to the pulley unit 294 of the second pulley mechanism 386, and a pulley of the second pulley mechanism 386 that supports the support unit 398. An elastic mechanism 400 that always applies an elastic force in a direction opposite to the portion 390 side (a direction away from the pulley portion 390), and a lock portion 402 that supports the support portion 398 by allowing the support portion 398 to move in the left-right direction. ,have. Specifically, a long hole is formed through the motor base 358, and the arm 404 of the support portion 398 passes through the long hole. The lock portion 402 is engaged with the arm 404 so that the arm 404 can move in the left-right direction (the approaching / separating direction between the pulley portion 390 and the pulley portion 394).

  A belt 406 is stretched between the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392. For this reason, when the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 rotates about the axis, a rotational driving force is transmitted to the belt 406, and the rotational driving force is transmitted via the belt 406 to the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392. Is transmitted to. For this reason, when the first drive motor 354 is driven, the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 rotate.

  Here, since a predetermined elastic force is always applied from the elastic mechanism 400 to the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392, the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the pulley of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 are used. The part 394 tries to move in a direction away from it. Therefore, a tensile force is always applied to the belt 406 that is stretched between the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392. As a result, when the belt 406 is slightly extended due to the secular change of the belt 406, the separation distance between the pulley portion 390 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the pulley portion 394 of the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 becomes wide. The magnitude of the tensile force acting on is substantially constant. For this reason, it is possible to prevent the belt 406 from being loosened, and it is possible to maintain a safe and smooth movement operation of the second semicircular ring member 330.

  Further, the positional relationship between the first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 is configured such that the first drive motor 354 side is located on the far side in the front-rear direction with respect to the second drive motor 356 side. In addition, the first pulley mechanism 362 is attached so as to be located on the far side in the front-rear direction than the second pulley mechanism 386. Further, the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 is attached so as to be located on the far side in the front-rear direction with respect to the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392. Further, the first semicircular ring member 302 is attached so as to be located on the far side in the front-rear direction with respect to the second semicircular ring member 330.

  The two upper guide shafts 408 and 412 are attached to the upper edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350 so as to overlap in the front-rear direction. The two lower guide shafts 410 and 414 are attached to the lower edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350 so as to overlap in the front-rear direction.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 5 to 9, a first upper rib 320 is formed on the upper right edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350. The first upper rib 320 is configured with a smooth curved surface. When the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 rides on the surface of the first upper rib 320, and the link portion 306C remains as it is. 1 Slide on the surface of the upper rib 320. Thus, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 passes over the surface of the first upper rib 320, and the link Part 306C is guided. Here, the curvature of the first upper rib 320 is such that when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62 </ b> A, the link portion 306 </ b> C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is the first upper rib 320. In the process of sliding on the surface, the height is set to gradually increase. For this reason, the curvature of the first upper rib 320 is such that when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is the first upper rib 320. In the process of sliding on the surface, the pressure from the surface of the first upper rib 320 acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 gradually increases. Eventually, rather than the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable part main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable part 306, the first upper rib 320 acting on the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306. The pressure from the surface increases. At this time, the rotating piece 306B of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 rotates inward around the shaft portion 314, and the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is housed in the first decorative main body portion 304. It will be done. Finally, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is rotated by about 90 degrees. . In this manner, the movable part main body 306 </ b> A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is accommodated in the first decorative main body part 304.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, a first lower rib 322 is formed on the lower right edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350. The first lower rib 322 is configured with a smooth curved surface. When the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 rides on the surface of the first lower rib 322, and the link portion remains as it is. 1 Slide on the surface of the lower rib 322. Thus, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 passes over the surface of the first lower rib 322, The link part is guided. Here, the curvature of the first lower rib 322 is such that when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is the first lower side. In the process of sliding on the surface of the rib 322, it is set to gradually increase. Therefore, the curvature of the first lower rib 322 is such that when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is the first lower side. In the process of sliding on the surface of the rib 322, the pressure from the surface of the first lower rib 322 acting on the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 gradually increases. Eventually, the first lower rib 322 acting on the link portion of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 rather than the elastic force of the torsion spring acting on the movable portion main body 308A of the first lower decorative movable portion 308. The pressure from above the surface increases. At this time, the rotating piece of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 rotates inward around the shaft portion, and the movable portion main body 308A of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is housed inside the first decorative main body portion 304. It will be done. Finally, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the movable portion main body 308A of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is rotated by about 90 degrees. Become. In this way, the movable part main body 308 of the first lower decorative movable part 308 is housed inside the first decorative main body part 304.

  A second upper rib 340 is formed on the upper left edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350. The second upper rib 340 is configured with a smooth curved surface. When the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link part of the second upper decorative movable part 334 rides on the surface of the second upper rib 340, and the link part remains as it is in the second upper side. Slide on the surface of the rib 340. Thus, when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 passes over the surface of the second upper rib 340, and the link portion. Will be guided. Here, the curvature of the second upper rib 340 is such that when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62 </ b> A, the link portion of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is the second upper rib 340. In the process of sliding on the surface, it is set to gradually increase. For this reason, the curvature of the second upper rib 340 is such that when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is connected to the second upper rib 340. In the process of sliding on the surface, the pressure from the surface of the second upper rib 340 acting on the link portion of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 gradually increases. Eventually, on the surface of the second upper rib 340 acting on the link portion of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 rather than the elastic force of the torsion spring acting on the movable portion main body 334A of the second upper decorative movable portion 334. The pressure from will increase. At this time, the rotating piece of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 rotates inward around the shaft portion, and the movable portion main body 334A of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 is accommodated in the second decorative main body portion 332. Go. Finally, when the second semicircular ring member 330 is completely retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the movable part main body 334A of the second upper decorative movable part 334 is rotated by about 90 degrees. . In this way, the movable part main body 334 </ b> A of the second upper decorative movable part 334 is accommodated in the second decorative main body part 332.

  A second lower rib 342 is formed on the lower left edge of the opening 352 of the frame member 350. The second lower rib 342 is configured with a smooth curved surface. When the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 rides on the surface of the second lower rib 342, and the link portion remains as it is. 2 Slide on the surface of the lower rib 342. Thus, when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 passes over the surface of the second lower rib 342, The link part is guided. Here, the curvature of the second lower rib 342 is such that when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link portion of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is the second lower side. In the process of sliding on the surface of the rib 342, it is set to gradually increase. Therefore, the curvature of the second lower rib 342 is such that when the second semicircular ring member 330 is retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the link part of the second lower decorative movable part 336 is the second lower side. In the process of sliding on the surface of the rib 342, the pressure from the surface of the second lower rib 342 acting on the link portion of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 gradually increases. Eventually, the second lower rib 342 acting on the link portion of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 rather than the elastic force of the torsion spring acting on the movable portion main body 336A of the second lower decorative movable portion 336. The pressure from above the surface increases. At this time, the rotating piece of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 rotates inward around the shaft portion, and the movable portion main body 336A of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is housed inside the second decorative main body portion 332. It will be done. Finally, when the second semicircular ring member 330 is completely retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A, the movable portion main body 336A of the second lower decorative movable portion 336 is rotated by about 90 degrees. Become. In this manner, the movable part main body 336A of the second lower decorative movable part 336 is housed inside the second decorative main body part 332.

  The shapes of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are not limited to the semicircular ring shape as described above. For example, the shape of the animal character or the effect symbol display device 62 You may make it the motif relevant to the effect design displayed on the display surface 62A.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 2, an identification symbol (which means an identification symbol of a special symbol and an identification symbol of a normal symbol) is displayed on the lower left side of the game area 28 based on a control signal from the main control board 102. A 7-segment display board (symbol display device) 68 to be controlled is arranged. The 7-segment display board 68 displays a 7-segment display 70 for displaying a special symbol identification symbol, four normal symbol hold display LEDs 72, four special symbol hold indication LEDs 74, and a normal symbol identification symbol. And two normal symbol display LEDs 76.

  Here, in the case of a probable big hit, a predetermined identification symbol (for example, a probable big hit symbol consisting of an odd number) is stopped and displayed on the 7-segment display 70. In the case of a normal big hit, another predetermined identification symbol (for example, a normal big hit symbol consisting of an even number) is stopped and displayed on the 7-segment display 70.

  Further, a normal symbol operation gate 78 is arranged on the left side of the effect symbol display device 62. A gate switch 124 (see FIG. 3) is disposed inside the normal symbol operating gate 78. As a result, when the game ball passes the normal symbol operation gate 78, the gate switch 124 is operated, and the normal symbol display LED 76 of the 7-segment display board 68 is variably displayed.

  Each normal symbol hold display LED 72 and each special symbol hold display LED 74 are composed of four round red LEDs, and are arranged close to the left and right sides of the 7-segment display 70. In this case, the number of game balls that have passed through the normal symbol operation gate 78 is set to hold the normal symbols up to four, and the lights are sequentially turned on and shifted for each passage. In addition, the number of game balls that have entered the start opening 56B is also reserved for up to four special symbols, which are sequentially lit and shifted for each incoming ball. Each time the variable display on the 7-segment display 70 starts, the number of unstarted times is exhausted, and one special symbol hold display LED 74 is turned off. Further, each time the normal symbol display LED 76 starts to change the normal symbol, the number of unstarted times is consumed, and one normal symbol hold display LED 72 is turned off. Then, when a predetermined jackpot symbol is stopped and displayed on the 7-segment display 70, a jackpot is generated and the jackpot 86 is opened. Further, when the two normal symbol display LEDs 76 are stopped and displayed in a predetermined display mode (a winning symbol), a normal symbol hit occurs and the start port 56B is opened. The special symbol identification symbol displayed on the 7-segment display 70 and the special symbol effect symbol displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 have the same game result (lottery result). It is shown.

  The start port 56B is disposed below the effect symbol display device 62 and is formed so as to open and close the pair of wing piece members 56A in a so-called tulip type. Inside thereof, a start port switch 120 (see FIG. 3) for detecting the passage of the game ball and a start port solenoid 130 (see FIG. 3) for operating the wing piece member 56A are provided. When the pair of wing piece members 56A are opened to the left and right, the opening area of the start port 56B is increased, and the possibility of entering a game ball is increased. When the pair of wing piece members 56A are closed and the separation distance is reduced. The opening area of the start opening 56B is reduced, and the normal state is reduced where the possibility of entering a game ball is reduced.

  The variable winning device 80 is disposed below the start opening 56 </ b> B, and includes a substrate 82 and a big winning device 84. Here, the grand prize winning device 84 is disposed substantially at the center, and has a grand prize winning opening 86 opened in a strip shape, an opening / closing plate 88 for opening or closing the special winning prize opening 86, and opening / closing the opening / closing plate 88. A large winning opening solenoid 132 (see FIG. 3) and a count switch 126 (see FIG. 3) for detecting a winning ball.

  A windmill 63 is disposed on the lower left side of the center accessory 64. Further, a pair of side lamps 90 are respectively disposed on the lower left portion and the lower right portion of the game area.

  Further, an out port 92 is provided below the game board 26, and a back ball preventing member 94 is provided below the out port 92. The back ball preventing member 94 prevents the game ball that has returned without reaching the game area 28 from returning to the launch position again. A foul ball prevention member 96 is attached to the tip of the inner rail 52.

  Next, an electronic control device that constitutes the pachinko machine 10 will be described.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the electronic control unit includes a main control board 102, a payout control board 104, a sub control board 106, and a launch control board 108.

  The main control board 102 includes a CPU 102A and a ROM 102B. The CPU 102A of the main control board 102 controls the start opening solenoid 130, the big prize opening solenoid 132, the symbol display device 134, and the sub control board 106 based on the data stored in the ROM 102B. Further, the CPU 102A of the main control board 102 controls the entire game and mainly determines a game state such as determination of success / failure.

  In particular, the CPU 102A executes a jackpot lottery process (special game lottery process) triggered by the entry of a game ball into the start port 56B, and determines the success / failure using an arbitrary random number (special symbol determination random number). It has. The CPU 102A also has a function of determining a variation pattern (variation time) of the special symbol (identification symbol) with the execution of the special symbol determination.

  The variation pattern of the identification symbol corresponds to the effect pattern (game effect) of each effect symbol displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, and “determination of the variation pattern of the identification symbol” performed by the CPU 102A is This corresponds to “determination of effect pattern (game effect) of effect symbol”. When the variation pattern of the special symbol (identification symbol) (the production pattern of the production symbol) is determined, the 7-segment display 70 starts the variation display of the special symbol (identification symbol) and produces the production symbol display device 62. When the variation display of the effect symbol is started on the display surface 62A and the variation time specified by the determined variation pattern elapses, the special symbol and the effect symbol are stopped and displayed, and the combination pattern of the effect symbols that are stopped and displayed Thus, the player is notified of the special symbol winning / failing determination result (big hit lottery result). The effect symbol display device 62 is arranged at a position approximately in the center of the surface (board surface) of the game board 26 so as to easily enter the player's field of view. On the other hand, the 7-segment display 70 is arranged at the end of the surface (board surface) of the game board 26 (the left end of the board surface in the present embodiment) so as not to easily enter the player's field of view. Therefore, it is common for a player to play a game while paying attention to the display content of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62.

  Then, the CPU 102A controls the payout of prize balls generated by the game balls entering into the sub-control board 106 that controls the change display and stop display of the above-described effect symbols, and various winning holes provided on the game board surface. The payout control board 104 for performing the control is directly controlled. Further, the CPU 102 </ b> A of the main control board 102 indirectly controls the effect display board 110, the amplifier board 112, the decoration drive board 114, and the effect button board 116 via the sub-control board 106.

  The ROM 102B of the main control board 102 stores a program for realizing control of the entire game executed by the CPU 102A.

  Further, the main control board 102 is electrically connected to the start port switch 120, the big prize port switch 122, the gate switch 124, and the count switch 126 via the relay terminal plate 118, respectively.

  In addition, the main control board 102 is electrically connected to the start port solenoid 130, the big prize port solenoid 132, and the symbol display device 134 via the relay terminal plate 128, respectively. The 7-segment display board 68 is an embodiment of the symbol display device 134.

  The payout control board 104 is electrically connected to the glass frame switch 138, the external tank switch 140, and the tank switch 142 via the relay terminal plate 136, respectively. Further, the payout control board 104 is electrically connected to the error LED 146 via the relay terminal board 144. The payout control board 104 is electrically connected to the lower pan full tank switch 148. Further, the payout control board 104 is electrically connected to a ball rental display board 152 and a ball rental apparatus (CR unit) 154 via a relay terminal board 150, respectively.

  The ball rental display board 152 is electrically connected with a ball rental switch 156 and a return switch 158, respectively. The payout control board 104 is electrically connected to a payout device 161 having a payout motor 162 and a payout switch 164 via a relay terminal plate 160. Further, the payout control board 104 is electrically connected to the main control board 102 and the launch control board 108, respectively.

  The sub control board 106 is electrically connected to the effect display board 110, the amplifier board 112, the decoration drive board 114, and the effect button board 116, respectively.

  The sub-control board 106 controls game effects based on control signals from the main control board 102. The sub control board 106 includes a CPU 106A and a ROM 106B.

  The CPU 106 </ b> A of the sub control board 106 receives the control signal from the main control board 102 and controls each board such as the effect display board 110, the amplifier board 112, the decoration drive board 114, and the effect button board 116.

  The ROM 106B stores data (especially information related to game decoration) necessary for controlling each board.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the effect display device 166 (62) and the effect display ROM 168 are electrically connected to the effect display board 110. The effect display ROM 168 stores data (image data) of effect symbols that are displayed in a variable manner and stopped on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. In particular, the effect display ROM 168 relates to the effect symbols constituting the special effects described later. Data is stored. For example, when a predetermined game (such as a big hit game) is established, data of effect symbols corresponding to (related to) movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is stored. Yes. The effect display board 110 controls the display of the effect symbols that are variably displayed on the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62 based on the effect symbol data stored in the effect display ROM 168. The effect symbol display device 62 is an embodiment of the effect display device 166.

  The amplifier board 112 is electrically connected to various speakers 170 (48) that output predetermined sound effects. The sub-speaker 48 is an embodiment of various speakers 170.

  The decorative drive board 114 includes various LED / lamps 172 (66), a drive motor group 173 including a first drive motor 354 and a second drive motor 356, and a first light emitting element 310 and a second light emitting element 338. The light emitting element group 171 is electrically connected. Further, the decoration driving board 114 receives a control signal from the sub-control board 106 and executes control related to game decoration using the driving motor group 173 and the light emitting element group 171 based on the operation program stored in the ROM 115. . The ROM 115 of the decorative drive board 114 stores, in particular, an operation program for executing control related to movement of the drive motor group 173 and control related to light emission of the light emitting element group 171. In addition, an operation switch 174 (40) is electrically connected to the effect button board 116. The lamps 66 are an embodiment of various LEDs / lamps 172. The effect button 40 is an embodiment of the operation switch 174.

  Next, an example of the effect by the effect member 300 of the pachinko machine according to the first embodiment will be described. 8 and 18, in a normal state, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are retracted to the left and right sides of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, respectively. It is hidden behind the decorative member of the center accessory 64 so that the player cannot visually recognize it. With this state as a normal state (initial state), the following operation will be described.

(Operation from the initial position to the first stop position)
As shown in FIGS. 18 to 20, when a predetermined game condition (such as big hit game) is established, the first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 are driven in the forward direction by the decorative drive board 114. When the first drive motor 354 is driven in the forward direction, the pulley portions 366 and 370 of the first pulley mechanism 362 and the first auxiliary pulley mechanism 368 rotate, and the belt 382 is driven. Therefore, the first semicircular ring member 302 that has been retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 moves to the left in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. At the same time, when the second drive motor 356 is driven in the forward direction, the pulley portions 390 and 394 of the second pulley mechanism 386 and the second auxiliary pulley mechanism 392 rotate, and the belt 406 is driven. For this reason, the second semicircular ring member 330 that has been retracted to the left side of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 moves in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 toward the right side. At this time, since the rotation speeds of the first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 are controlled to be the same, the first semicircular ring member 302, the second semicircular ring member 330, The movement distance of is the same.

  Here, on the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62, the special effect is started by the effect display board 114. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 18, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are displayed on the effect symbol display device 62 when a predetermined game condition (such as a big hit game) is established. In the state of being retracted on both the left and right sides of the surface 62A, an effect symbol indicating a huge egg is displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. Then, as shown in FIG. 19, the first semicircular ring member 302 moves from the right side to the left side of the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62, and the second semicircular ring member 330 is the effect symbol display device 62. In the process of moving the front of the display surface 62A from the left side to the right side, an effect design in which a huge egg cracks is displayed on the display surface 62A.

  When the first semicircular ring member 302 moves to the left side and the second semicircular ring member 330 moves to the right side, both approach each other. As shown in FIG. 20, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are composed of the convex portion of the first decorative body 304 of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member. It temporarily stops at the first stop position where the convex portion of the second decorative main body portion 332 of 330 is in a pseudo-contact position when viewed from the player. The stop of the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is realized by stopping the driving of the first drive motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 by the decorative drive board 114.

  Here, at the first stop position, the upper guide shafts 408, 412 or the lower guide shafts 410, 414 are displaced in the front-rear direction of the effect symbol display device 62. The first decoration body 304 and the second decoration body 332 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are not actually in contact with each other. This gives the illusion that the convex part of the first decorative main body 304 of the first semicircular ring member 302 is in contact with the convex part of the second decorative main body 332 of the second semicircular ring member 330. It will be.

  In addition, while the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are moving, the first light emitting element 310 and the second light emitting element 338 are emitted by the drive control board 114 based on a predetermined light emission pattern. The Accordingly, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 move while emitting light, and a visual effect can also be produced.

  As shown in FIG. 20, when the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are stopped at the first stop position, they are displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. An effect design that a huge egg breaks and chicks appear is displayed.

  The first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are stopped at a first stop position for a predetermined time.

(Operation until moving from the first stop position to the second stop position)
As shown in FIGS. 20 to 22, after the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are stopped at the first stop position for a predetermined time, the decorative drive substrate 114 again performs the first drive. The motor 354 and the second drive motor 356 are driven. As a result, the first semicircular ring member 302 starts moving again to the left in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, and the second semicircular ring member 330 again becomes the effect symbol display device 62. Starts moving to the right in front of the display surface 62A. Here, since the upper guide shafts 408 and 412 and the lower guide shafts 410 and 414 are displaced in the front-rear direction of the effect symbol display device 62, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring The member 330 intersects without colliding with each other.

  In addition, while the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are moving, the first light emitting element 310 and the second light emitting element 338 are emitted by the drive control board 114 based on a predetermined light emission pattern. The Accordingly, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 move while emitting light, and a visual effect can also be produced.

  At this time, as shown in FIG. 21, on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, an effect symbol showing a state in which a plurality of chicks are changed from eggs is displayed.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 22, when the first semicircular ring member 302 moves to the left and the second semicircular ring member 330 moves to the right, they eventually pass each other. Then, when viewed from the player, the position of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the position of the second semicircular ring member 330 are switched, and the first semicircular ring member 302 is positioned on the left side of the second semicircular ring member 330. The second semicircular ring member 330 is positioned on the right side of the first semicircular ring member 302. At this time, as shown in FIG. 22, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 include the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the second semicircular ring member 330 of the first semicircular ring member 302. Of the second upper decorative movable portion 334, the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are located on the front side. The first semi-circular ring member 302 and the second semi-circular ring member 330 are united to each other as viewed from the player, and then temporarily stops at the second stop position where the perfect circle is completed. . When the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are stopped at the second stop position, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 become a perfect circular member. Since it changes, the player will be surprised at unexpected changes, resulting in an increase in game play.

  At this time, as shown in FIG. 22, on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, an effect symbol indicating the chicken in which the chick has grown is displayed.

(Operation to return from the second stop position to the initial position)
Next, when a predetermined game state (for example, a big hit game) is finished, the effect by the effect member 300 described above is also ended. Here, the drive motors 354 and 356 are driven in the reverse direction by the drive control board 114, and the belts 382 and 406 rotate in the reverse direction. As a result, the first semicircular ring member 302 moves from the left side to the right side in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62, and the second semicircular ring member 330 moves in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. It moves from the right side to the left side and returns to the initial position shown in FIG. At this time, the semicircular ring members 302 and 330 may be controlled so as to temporarily stop at a first stop position on the way.

  As described above, when a predetermined game condition is satisfied, as a special effect by the effect member 300, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are moved from the initial position to the first stop position. It moves to the 2nd stop position through a temporary stop, and stops.

  In addition, at the same time as the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are moving, a series of narrative effect symbols are variably displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. To go. For this reason, the special effect by the 1st semicircle ring member 302 and the 2nd semicircle ring member 330 which are the production members 300, and the design production on the display surface 62A of the production design display apparatus 62 related to this simultaneously. Since it is executed, the novelty of the game production can be improved.

  Furthermore, since the light emitting elements 310 and 338 emit light simultaneously with the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330, the special effects can be visually gorgeous, The novelty of the production can be further enhanced.

  In particular, since the first semi-circular ring member 302 and the second semi-circular ring member 330 are temporarily stopped at the first stop position and are opposed to each other, it is assumed that some special game (big hit game) has occurred. It will be shown indirectly to the person. Thereby, since the expectation and excitement with respect to a game increase rapidly, the player can improve game property.

  Further, when the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 start moving again from the first stop position and stop at the second stop position, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 302 The member 330 and the perfect circle are completed. Thereby, the perfect circle formed by the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is completely different from the single shape of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330. Therefore, the shape change is unexpected for the player. As a result, the novelty of the special effect by the effect member 300 can be further enhanced, and the game performance can be further enhanced.

Next, the operation and effect of the pachinko machine according to the first embodiment of the present invention will be described.
In the following operational effects, the operational effects of the first upper decorative movable unit 306 when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A will be described as a starting point. The first semicircular ring movable member 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, the second upper decorative movable member 334 and the second lower decorative movable member 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are arranged in the first semicircular shape. Since it becomes the same as the effect of the 1st upper decoration movable part 306 of the ring member 302, description is abbreviate | omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 15, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is positioned in front of the display surface 62A, the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 of the first semicircular ring member 302 is the first decorative portion. The main body 304 is exposed. As a principle, an elastic force is always applied from the torsion spring 316 to the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306, and a predetermined external force acts on the movable portion main body 306A. In the state where it is not, the movable part main body 306 </ b> A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is completely exposed from the first decorative main body part 304.

  When the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the first semicircular ring member 302 moves to the right side in front of the display surface 62A. As shown in FIG. The link part 306 </ b> C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is guided on the surface of the first upper rib 320. When the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is guided on the surface of the first upper rib 320, the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 contacts the surface of the first upper rib 320. However, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is not completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the curvature of the display surface 62A of the first semicircular ring member 302 is small. The pressure acting on the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 from the surface of 320 becomes smaller. In this state, the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is from the pressure acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320. Therefore, the movable part main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 does not rotate (becomes exposed).

  Then, as shown in FIGS. 16 and 17, as the first semicircular ring member 302 moves further forward in front of the display surface 62A to the right side, the link portion 306C of the first upper decoration movable portion 306 comes into contact. The curvature of the surface portion of the first upper rib 320 gradually increases. For this reason, the pressure which acts on the link part 306C of the 1st upper decoration movable part 306 from the surface of the 1st upper side rib 320 becomes large gradually. The pressure acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 increases from the surface of the first upper rib 320, and the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306. It gradually approaches the size of. When the curvature of the surface portion of the first upper rib 320 becomes larger than a predetermined value, the magnitude of the pressure acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320 eventually becomes first. It becomes the same as the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable part main body 306A of the upper decorative movable part 306, and becomes larger than the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316.

  The magnitude of the pressure acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320 is the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306. When the size is larger than the size, the movable portion main body 306 </ b> A rotates inward around the axis of the shaft portion 314 in a form that opposes the elastic force of the torsion spring 316. As the first semicircular ring member 302 moves further forward on the display surface 62A to the right, the magnitude of the pressure acting on the link portion 306C of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320 is increased. However, since the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is significantly larger, the movable portion main body 306A rotates inwardly around the axis of the shaft portion 314. to continue.

  As shown in FIG. 17, in a state where the first semicircular ring member 302 is completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, the movable portion main body 306A is rotated about 90 degrees inward about the axis of the shaft portion 314, The storing operation of the movable part main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 with respect to the first decorative main body part 304 is completed. At this time, most of the movable part main body 306 </ b> A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is housed in the first decorative main body part 304.

  The same applies to the storing operation of the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, the second upper decorative movable portion 334, and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330. To be done. In addition, about these accommodation operation | movement, since it becomes the same principle as the accommodation operation | movement of the 1st upper decoration movable part 306 of the 1st semicircle ring member 302, and it becomes duplicate description, description is abbreviate | omitted.

  As described above, as shown in FIGS. 15 to 17, the first semicircular ring member 302 is completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A, and the second semicircular ring member 330 is positioned to the left side of the display surface 62A. In the fully retracted state, the storage operation of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second upper decorative movable portion 334 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are performed. And the accommodation operation | movement of the 2nd lower side decoration movable part 336 is completed, and each movable part main body 306A, 308A, 334A, 336A rotates about 90 degree | times.

  Next, the function and effect of the first upper decorative movable unit 306 when the first semicircular ring member 302 that has been completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62A moves to the left side and exits in front of the display surface 62A will be described. . The first semicircular ring movable member 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, the second upper decorative movable member 334 and the second lower decorative movable member 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are arranged in the first semicircular shape. Since it becomes the same as the effect of the 1st upper decoration movable part 306 of the ring member 302, description is abbreviate | omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 17, in a state where the first semicircular ring member 302 is completely retracted to the right side of the display surface 62 </ b> A, the movable main body portion 306 </ b> A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 is moved to the first decorative main body portion 304. Fully housed inside. In this state, since the magnitude of the pressure acting on the link portion 306C from the surface of the first upper rib 320 is larger than the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316, the first force is opposed to the elastic force of the torsion spring 316. This is a state in which the upper decoration movable portion 306 is rotated by approximately 90 degrees.

  From this state, when the first semicircular ring member 302 moves to the left side, the first upper decorative movable portion 306 also moves to the left side, but the link portion 306C is retracted on the surface of the first upper rib 320. Glide in the opposite direction. When the link part 306C slides on the surface of the first upper rib 320 in the direction opposite to that during retraction, the magnitude of the pressure acting on the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320. Gradually becomes smaller. When the first upper decorative movable part 306 moves to the left and reaches a predetermined position, the magnitude of the pressure acting on the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320 is the first level. It becomes smaller than the magnitude of the elastic force of the torsion spring 316 acting on the movable part main body 306A of the upper decorative movable part 306. Thereby, the movable part main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable part 306 is opposed to the pressure acting on the link part 306C of the first upper decorative movable part 306 from the surface of the first upper rib 320, and It starts to rotate around the axis outward (in the direction of exposure).

  As the first upper decorative movable portion 306 further moves to the left, the movable portion main body 306A of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 continues to rotate outward (in the exposing direction) around the axis of the shaft portion 314, and finally Specifically, the movable portion main body 306 </ b> A is completely exposed from the first decorative main body portion 304 at a position where the link portion 306 </ b> C hardly receives pressure from the surface of the first upper rib 320. Thereafter, the first upper decoration movable portion 306 further moves to the left, reaches the front of the display surface 62A, and realizes the effect described above.

  As described above, when the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are retracted from the front of the display surface 62 </ b> A to the left and right sides, the first upper decorative movable portion 306 of the first semicircular ring member 302. And the first lower decorative movable portion 308 is accommodated in the first decorative main body 304, and the second upper decorative movable portion 334 and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are second. The first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are each reduced in size because they are housed inside the decorative main body 332. In particular, the storage operation (rotation operation) of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302 is completed on the moving plane of the first semicircular ring member 302, Further, the storage operation (rotation operation) of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 is completed on the moving plane of the second semicircular ring member 330. Thereby, it is not necessary to take a space in the front-rear direction of the display surface 62A, and the storing operation can be realized.

  Further, when the display surface 62A is enlarged in order to improve game playability, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 also need to be enlarged, but the first semicircular ring member In the state where the 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are retracted, the storage operation of the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring The first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are reduced in size (the volume is reduced) by the storing operation of the second upper decorative movable portion 334 and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the member 330. ). As a result, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 can be temporarily miniaturized, so that the problem of securing the evacuation space can be solved. Even in this case, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 can be enlarged in accordance with the size of the display surface 62A. Further, by increasing the size of the display surface 62A and increasing the size of the effect member 300, it is possible to realize a game with even higher gaming properties.

  Furthermore, in the present embodiment, the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 in the left-right direction and the movement of the second semicircular ring member 330 in the left-right direction are realized by driving the belts 382 and 406. The moving distance in the left-right direction of the ring member 302 and the moving distance in the left-right direction of the second semicircular ring member 330 can be accurately controlled. That is, when the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 in the left-right direction and the movement of the second semicircular ring member 330 in the left-right direction are realized by the screw shaft, the driving principle of the screw shaft is changed by the rotation around the axis of the screw shaft. Since the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are guided in the axial direction of the screw shaft (in other words, the relative position with respect to the screw shaft is sequentially changed), the screw shaft Immediately after stopping the shaft rotation, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 move in the axial direction of the screw shaft (relative movement with respect to the screw shaft). Accordingly, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 collide with the frame member 350, and the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 and the frame member 350 are There is also a risk of damage. On the other hand, in the present embodiment, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are fixed to the belts 382 and 406, respectively. The movement and the relative movement of the second semicircular ring member 330 with respect to the belt 406 do not occur. For this reason, if the driving of the belts 382 and 406 is stopped, the movement in the left-right direction of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is immediately stopped. The problems that arise are eliminated.

  The first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, and the second upper decorative movable portion 334 and the second lower decorative movable portion 308 of the second semicircular ring member 330. Since the surface of the part 336 has a decorative design, the first upper decorative movable part 306 and the first lower decorative movable part 308, the second upper decorative movable part 334 and the second lower decorative part 336 are provided. The decoration effect can be exhibited also with the side decoration movable part 336. If these move in front of the display surface 62A, the player can move the first upper decoration movable section 306 and the first lower decoration movable section 308, the second upper decoration movable section 334, and the second lower decoration movable section. Since the portion 336 is visually recognized, gameability can be improved.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 22, the first semicircular ring member 302 moves to the left side, the second semicircular ring member 330 moves to the right side, and both of them pass, and the position of the first semicircular ring member 302 When the position of the second semicircular ring member 330 is switched, the first semicircular ring member 302 is positioned on the left side of the second semicircular ring member 330, and the second semicircular ring member 330 is the first semicircular ring member 302. Will be located on the right side. At this time, as shown in FIG. 22, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 include the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the second semicircular ring member 330 of the first semicircular ring member 302. Of the second upper decorative movable portion 334, the first lower decorative movable portion 308 of the first semicircular ring member 302, and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 of the second semicircular ring member 330 are located on the front side. The first semi-circular ring member 302 and the second semi-circular ring member 330 are united to each other as viewed from the player, and then temporarily stops at the second stop position where the perfect circle is completed. . As described above, the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are moved, and the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 intersect with each other so that their positions are interchanged. When the effect member 300 in which the predetermined shape (perfect circle) is completed by integrating the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is a large space in front of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. The problem is how to reduce the evacuation space. Therefore, when the first semicircular ring member 302 is retracted, the first upper decorative movable portion 306 and the first lower decorative movable portion 308 are accommodated in the first decorative main body 304, respectively, and the second semicircular ring When the member 330 is retracted, the second upper decorative movable portion 334 and the second lower decorative movable portion 336 are accommodated in the second decorative main body portion 332, respectively. The retreat space of the two semicircular ring members 330 can be designed to be small.

Next, the operation and effect of the pachinko machine according to the second embodiment of the present invention will be described.
In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the structure which overlaps with the structure of the pachinko machine of 1st Embodiment of this invention, and description is abbreviate | omitted suitably.

  As shown in FIG. 23, a contact sensor 420 is provided at a predetermined portion of each surface of the first upper rib 320, the first lower rib 322, the second upper rib 340, and the second lower rib 342, respectively. Yes. The installation site of the contact sensor 420 is a site where the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are in contact with each link portion 306C at a position where the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are completely retracted to the left and right sides of the display surface 62A.

  As shown in FIG. 24, the contact sensor 420 is electrically connected to the sub control board 106. When the link sensor 306 </ b> C is detected by the contact sensor 420, a detection signal is output from the contact sensor 420 to the sub-control board 106. When receiving the detection signal from the contact sensor 420, the sub-control board 106 determines that the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 have been completely retracted to the left and right sides of the display surface 62A. Then, the sub-control board 106 starts the change display of the effect symbols to be displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 after the effects of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are finished. A control signal for instructing is output to the effect display board 110.

  According to the second embodiment, the sub-control board 106 performs the variable display on the display surface 62 </ b> A of the effect symbol display device 62 after the effects of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are finished. A control signal for instructing the start of symbol variation display is output to the effect display board 110. As a result, the timing of the completion of the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 (the end of the effect movement) and the start of the variable display start of the effect symbol that is variably displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 are displayed. The timing can be matched. As a result, in the state where the movement of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is not completed, the effect symbol indicating the content of the next game state varies on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. It can be prevented from being displayed, and the inconsistency between the effects of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 and the effect of the effect symbol on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62 can be used. .

  The contact sensor 420 is electrically connected to the effect display board 110, and the effect display board 110 receives the detection signal from the contact sensor 420, and the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircle. The timing of the completion of the movement of the ring member 330 (the end of the effect movement) may coincide with the timing of the start of variation display of the effect symbol displayed on the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62.

Next, operations and effects of the pachinko machine according to the third embodiment of the present invention will be described.
In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the structure which overlaps with the structure of the pachinko machine of 1st Embodiment of this invention, and description is abbreviate | omitted suitably.

  As shown in FIG. 25, metal switch terminals 430 are provided at predetermined portions of the surfaces of the first upper rib 320, the first lower rib 322, the second upper rib 340, and the second lower rib 342, respectively. Is provided. The installation site of the switch terminal 430 is a site where the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are in contact with each link portion 306C at a position where the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 are completely retracted to the left and right sides of the display surface 62A. Each link portion 306C is made of metal.

  As shown in FIG. 26, each switch terminal 430 is electrically connected to the decorative drive board 114. When each link portion 306 </ b> C contacts each switch terminal 430, a detection signal is output from each switch terminal 430 to the decorative drive board 114. Each switch terminal 430 may be electrically connected to the sub control board 106.

  According to the third embodiment, when the decorative drive board 114 receives the detection signal from each switch terminal 430, a signal for stopping the drive of each drive motor 354, 356 is sent to each drive motor (drive motor group) 354, 356. Output. And the drive of each drive motor 354 and 356 stops. This ensures that the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 302 are securely retracted to the left and right sides of the display surface 62A. The movement (operation) of 330 can be stopped. As a result, since the initial positions of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 can be reliably positioned, the operation of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 is performed next time. The reference position (initial position) at the start of is a constant position. Thereby, in the next rendering operation of the rendering member 300, the movement control of the first semicircular ring member 302 and the second semicircular ring member 330 by the drive motors 354 and 356 can be accurately executed.

  In each of the above embodiments, the semicircular ring member is taken as an example, but the present invention is not limited to the semicircular ring. For example, two rhombus shapes may be combined to form one rhombus (including a square).

  In this case, a first convex member capable of appearing and retracting is provided on the front right side of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. The first convex member has an inequality sign “less than” (<) in the left direction. On the other hand, a second convex member capable of appearing and retracting is provided on the front left side of the display surface 62A of the effect symbol display device 62. The second convex member has an inequality sign “greater than” (>) in the right direction.

  The first convex member includes a first decorative main body portion protruding to the front left side of the display surface (liquid crystal screen) 62A of the effect display device 62, a first upper decorative movable portion attached to the upper end portion of the first decorative main body portion, And a first lower decorative movable part attached to the lower end part of the first decorative main body part. A first upper decorative movable portion and a first lower decorative movable portion are accommodated in the upper end portion and the lower end portion of the first decorative main body portion, respectively.

  Similarly, the 2nd convex member is the 2nd upper decoration movable attached to the upper end part of the 2nd decoration main-body part and the 2nd decoration main-body part which protruded to the front right side of the display surface (liquid crystal screen) 62A of the production | presentation display apparatus 62. And a second lower decorative movable part attached to the lower end part of the second decorative main body part. A second upper decorative movable portion and a second lower decorative movable portion are accommodated in the upper end portion and the lower end portion of the second decorative main body portion, respectively.

  Even in such a case, the first projecting member and the second projecting member are moved, the first projecting member and the second projecting member are crossed, and the first projecting member and the second projecting member whose positions are interchanged are integrated. As a result, a predetermined shape (diamond) is completed. In the movable accessory that intersects each other and exchanges the positions thereof to complete a predetermined shape, a large space is required on the front surface of the display device. Since each decoration movable part can be accommodated in each decoration main body part, the retreat space can be reduced.

10 Pachinko machine 62 Production display device 114 Decoration drive board (production control unit)
300 Production member 302 First semicircular ring member (first production member)
304 1st decoration main-body part 306 1st upper decoration movable part (1st decoration movable part)
308 first lower decorative movable part (first decorative movable part)
316 Torsion spring (first elastic member)
320 1st upper side rib (1st guide part, 1st rib)
322 first lower rib (first guide portion, first rib)
330 Second semicircular ring member (second effect member)
332 Second decoration main body part 334 Second upper decoration movable part (second decoration movable part)
336 Second lower decorative movable part (second decorative movable part)
340 2nd upper side rib (2nd guide part, 2nd rib)
342 second lower rib (second guide portion, second rib)
350 Frame member

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  1. An effect display device that displays a predetermined effect design, a frame member that houses the effect display device, an effect member that moves in front of the effect display device, and an effect control unit that controls the movement of the effect member. A gaming machine having
    The effect member has a first effect member that appears and disappears on one front side of the effect display device, and a second effect member that appears and appears on the other front side of the effect display device,
    The first effect member and the second effect member are moved together to move the first effect member and the second effect member so that the positions of the first effect member and the second effect member are interchanged. To complete a predetermined shape,
    The first effect member is exposed from the first decoration main body portion based on the position of the first decoration main body portion and the first decoration main body portion, or the first decoration movable member housed in the first decoration main body portion. And
    The second effect member is exposed from the second decoration main body part based on the position of the second decoration main body part and the second decoration main body part, or the second decoration movable member housed in the second decoration main body part. And
    The frame member includes a first guide part that houses the first decoration movable part in the first decoration main body part at a position where the first effect member is retracted to one front side of the effect display device; A gaming machine comprising: a second guide portion that houses the second decoration movable portion in the second decoration main body portion at a position where the effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device.
  2. The first decoration movable part is provided so as to be rotatable around an axis of a shaft part provided in the first decoration main body part,
    The second decoration movable part is provided so as to be rotatable around an axis of a shaft part provided in the second decoration main body part,
    The first decorative movable part is maintained in a state in which a predetermined elastic force of the first elastic member is received and exposed from the first decorative main body part in a state where no pressure is applied from the first guide part.
    The second decorative movable part is maintained in a state where pressure is not applied from the second guide part and exposed from a predetermined elastic force of the second elastic member and exposed from the second decorative main body part,
    The first effect member opposes the elastic force of the first elastic member by the pressure acting on the first decorative movable part from the first guide part at a position where the first effect member is retracted to one front side of the effect display device. Then, the first decorative movable part rotates and is stored in the first decorative main body part,
    The second effect member resists the elastic force of the second elastic member by the pressure acting on the second decorative movable part from the second guide part at the position where the second effect member is retracted to the other front side of the effect display device. The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the second decorative movable part is rotated and stored in the second decorative main body part.
  3. The first guide part is a first rib through which the first decoration movable part passes as the first decoration body part moves when the first effect member retracts to the front one side of the effect display device. Yes,
    The second guide part is a second rib through which the second decoration movable part passes as the second decoration main body part moves when the second effect member retracts to the other front side of the effect display device. The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the gaming machine is provided.
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