JP5065438B2 - Pachinko machine - Google Patents

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JP5065438B2
JP5065438B2 JP2010103030A JP2010103030A JP5065438B2 JP 5065438 B2 JP5065438 B2 JP 5065438B2 JP 2010103030 A JP2010103030 A JP 2010103030A JP 2010103030 A JP2010103030 A JP 2010103030A JP 5065438 B2 JP5065438 B2 JP 5065438B2
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  The present invention relates to a pachinko gaming machine, and more particularly to a movable accessory device in which a second movable accessory rotates in conjunction with the movement of a first movable accessory.

  Conventionally, many pachinko gaming machines are equipped with movable accessory devices for game production, but a plurality of movable actors are provided in a linked state, and a series of operations are performed by interlocking the plurality of movable actors. A movable accessory device that realizes the above game effects has been put into practical use (see, for example, Patent Documents 1 to 3).

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Document 1, the base end portion of the first movable accessory is rotatably supported by the base member, and the second movable accessory is attached to the first movable accessory so as to be extendable and contractable. The first movable combination is rotationally driven by the first electric motor, and the second movable combination is expanded and contracted by the second electric motor. The second electric motor is attached to the first movable combination, and the driving force is transmitted to the second movable combination through the rack and pinion. Note that the first and second movable accessories imitate human arms.

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Document 2, the base end portion of the first movable accessory is rotatably supported by the base member, and the base end portion of the second movable accessory rotates around the distal end portion of the first movable accessory. It is connected freely. When the first movable accessory is rotationally driven by the electric motor, the rotational force is transmitted to the second movable accessory by a plurality of gears provided over the base member and the first and second movable accessories. The second movable accessory is driven to rotate. The first and second movable accessories imitate the human torso and arms.

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Literature 3, the first movable accessory is linearly moved and driven, and an annular groove is formed in the shaft-like portion of the first movable accessory. A base end portion of the second movable accessory is rotatably supported by the base member, and a protrusion that engages with the annular groove of the first movable accessory is provided on the second movable accessory. Due to the engagement between the annular groove and the protrusion, the movable accessory reciprocates in conjunction with the reciprocating movement of the first movable accessory. In addition, the 1st and 2nd movable accessory imitates a thing like a seed.

JP2008-18809 JP2007-252734 JP2007-130147

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Document 1, since the first and second electric motors for driving the first and second movable accessories are necessary, the structure becomes large and the manufacturing cost becomes expensive. Moreover, since the second electric motor is attached to the first movable accessory, the total weight including the second electric motor of the first and second movable accessories is increased. That is, there is a possibility that the load for rotating the first movable combination together with the second movable combination and the second electric motor becomes large, and the first movable combination may not be rotated smoothly.

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Document 2, when the first movable accessory is rotationally driven by the electric motor, the second movable accessory rotates in conjunction with the rotation. However, for this purpose, it is necessary to provide a plurality of gears over the base member and the first and second movable accessories, which increases the number of parts, complicates the structure, and increases the manufacturing cost.

  In the movable accessory device of Patent Document 3, when the first movable accessory reciprocates linearly, the second movable accessory rotates in conjunction with the reciprocation. However, the second movable accessory is attached to the base member so as to be rotatable, and the operation is simply to rotate with respect to the base member.

  As in the movable accessory device of Patent Document 3, the first movable accessory is moved by the accessory driving mechanism and the second movable accessory is rotated in conjunction with the movement. The driving load of the accessory driving mechanism is larger than that driving only the motor. Therefore, there is a possibility that the first and second movable accessories cannot be driven quickly and smoothly by operating them relatively large and large.

  In addition, the first and second movable accessories and the accessory driving mechanism are affected by the impact caused by the movement stop of the first movable accessory at the reciprocating end and the impact caused by the movement stop of the second movable accessory at the reciprocating end. Problems such as being easy to be damaged and the appearance of the first and second movable accessories becoming loose due to rattling occur. This problem is particularly noticeable when the first and second movable accessories are moved quickly.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a movable accessory device for a pachinko gaming machine, wherein the second movable accessory is rotated while being moved together with the first movable accessory in conjunction with the movement of the first movable accessory. Realizing a novel movement of the second movable combination in conjunction with the movement of the object, enhancing the production effect, effectively reducing the load driving the first movable combination, the first and second movable combinations Reducing the impact caused by stopping the movement at the reciprocating end of

According to the first aspect of the present invention, a first movable accessory (41) supported and movably supported by the base member (40), and a second movable accessory rotatably supported by the first movable accessory (41). In a pachinko gaming machine (1) having a movable accessory device (17) having an accessory (42), the movable accessory device (17) reciprocates the first movable accessory (41). The second movable accessory (42) is reciprocated in conjunction with the reciprocating movement in the specific movement range (A1) of the movement range (A) of the object driving mechanism (43) and the first movable accessory (41). And a spring member (81) for biasing the first movable accessory (41) in one of the reciprocating directions of the first movable accessory (41). An assist spring mechanism (80) having a guide member (44) provided on one of the base member (40) and the second movable accessory (42) so as to protrude to the other. 70) and the first movable accessory (41) Provided on the other of the base member (40) and the second movable accessory (42) so that the guide member (70) engages when in (A1), the rotation surface of the second movable accessory (42) And a guide groove (72) extending in a direction not parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory (41) along a plane parallel to the first movable accessory (41) .

According to the pachinko gaming machine of the present invention, it is possible to realize a novel operation of the second movable accessory interlocked with the operation of the first movable accessory, and to enhance the effect.

1 is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine according to Embodiment 1. FIG. It is a front view of a game board and a center actor. It is a front view of a center actor. It is a block diagram of the control system of a pachinko gaming machine. It is a front view of a game board and a movable accessory device. It is a rear view of a game board and a movable accessory device. It is a front view of a movable accessory apparatus (a 1st movable accessory is a retracted position). It is a rear view of the state of FIG. 7 of a movable accessory apparatus. It is a disassembled perspective view from the front side of a movable accessory apparatus. It is a disassembled perspective view from the rear side of a movable accessory apparatus. It is a front view of a movable accessory apparatus (a 1st movable accessory is a protrusion position). It is a rear view of the state of FIG. 11 of a movable accessory apparatus. It is a front view of a movable accessory apparatus (The 1st movable accessory is a boundary position of a specific movement range and the outside of a specific movement range). FIG. 9 is a diagram corresponding to FIG. 8 of the second embodiment. FIG. 13 is a diagram corresponding to FIG. FIG. 9 is a diagram corresponding to FIG. FIG. 9 is a diagram corresponding to FIG. 8 illustrating another modification example.

  The present invention is applied to a movable accessory device equipped in a center accessory of a pachinko gaming machine. Hereinafter, modes for carrying out the invention will be described based on examples.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, in the pachinko gaming machine 1, an open / close frame 2 is detachably attached to an outer frame attached to the game hall, and an open / close door 3 is detachably attached to the open / close frame 2. . A game board 4 is mounted on the open / close frame 2, and a game area 4 a is formed on the front side of the game board 4. A window 3a is formed in the opening / closing door 3, and a transparent plate 3b is attached to the window 3a, and the front side of the game area 4a is covered by the transparent plate 3b.

  The open / close door 3 is provided with a storage tray 5 below the window 3 a, an effect button device 6 is mounted on the storage tray 5, and a firing handle 7 is mounted on the lower right side of the storage tray 5. When the firing handle 7 is turned, the game balls introduced from the storage tray 5 to the launch position are launched, and when there are a plurality of game balls in the storage tray 5, the plurality of game balls are about 0. 0. Fired continuously at intervals of 6 seconds. The launched game ball is guided by the guide rail 8 and is thrown into the upper part of the game area 4a.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 to 4, the game board 4 includes a plurality of obstacle nails (not shown), a first start port 10, a second start port device 11, a gate 12, a grand prize port device 13, a plurality of The general winning opening 14, the center accessory 15, the image display 16, the movable accessory device 17, and the game display board 19 are mounted in the arrangement shown in FIG. 2, and the control device 20 is mounted on the back side of the game board 4. Yes.

  The first start opening 10 is provided with a first start opening switch 10a for detecting a winning game ball, the gate 12 is provided with a gate SW 12a for detecting a passed game ball, and each general winning opening 14 is won. A general winning opening switch 14a for detecting a game ball is attached. “SW” means a switch.

  The second starter device 11 includes a second starter 11a, an opening / closing member 11b for opening / closing the second starter 11a, a second starter SW11c for detecting a game ball won in the second starter 11a, and an opening / closing member 11b. It has the 2nd starting port SOL11d to drive. “SOL” means a solenoid actuator. The opening / closing member 11b makes it impossible to win a game ball to the second start port 11a in the closed position, and allows the game ball to win the second start port 11a in the open position.

  The big prize opening device 13 includes a big prize opening 13a, an opening / closing member 13b for opening / closing the big prize opening 13a, a big winning opening SW13c for detecting a game ball won in the big prize opening 13a, and a big winning opening for opening / closing the opening / closing member 13b. It has SOL13d. The opening / closing member 13b makes it impossible to win a game ball to the big prize opening 13a in the closed position, and enables winning of the game ball to the big prize opening 13a in the open position.

  The center accessory 15 is a frame member that projects forward from the front surface of the game board 4 and is provided with a size that occupies more than half of the game area 4a from the upper part to the center part of the game board 4. An object main body 15a and a center accessory base frame 15b provided on the rear side of the center accessory main body 15a are provided, and an image display 16 and a movable accessory device 17 are mounted on the center accessory 15.

  A center mounting hole 4b (see FIGS. 5 and 6) is formed in the game board 4, and a center accessory body 15a is fitted into the center mounting hole 4b, and a center accessory base frame 15b is formed on the rear surface of the game board 4. Is installed. The image display 16 is attached to the center accessory base frame 15b from the rear side so that the screen faces most of the inner region of the center accessory main body 15a.

  The movable accessory device 17 has first and second movable accessories 41 and 42 positioned behind the game board 4 and the center accessory body 15a, and a right portion of an inner region of the center accessory body 15a. It is attached from the front side to the right part of the center accessory base frame 15b so as to face the screen of the image display 16.

  The game display board 19 includes a first special symbol indicator 19a, a second special symbol indicator 19b, a normal symbol indicator 19c, a first special symbol hold lamp 19d, a second special symbol hold lamp 19e, and a normal symbol hold lamp 19f. I have.

  On the first special symbol display 19a, the first special symbol is stopped and displayed after the symbol changes based on the winning of the game ball to the first starting port 10, and on the second special symbol indicator 19b, the second starting port is displayed. Based on the winning of the game ball to 11a, the second special symbol is stopped and displayed after the symbol changes. When a big hit symbol is stopped and displayed on the first or second special symbol indicator 19a or 19b, a big hit gaming state occurs, and the big prize opening device 13 opens / closes the opening / closing member 13b, which is normally large in blocking. The winning opening 13a is opened and closed over a plurality of rounds.

  On the normal symbol display 19c, the normal symbol is stopped and displayed after the symbol changes based on the winning (passing) of the game ball to the gate 12. When the symbol is stopped and displayed on the normal symbol display 19c, an auxiliary game occurs, and the second starter device 11 opens and closes the opening and closing member 11b, and the normally closed second starter port 11a is set to 1 or Open and close multiple times.

  The first special symbol holding lamp 19d displays a maximum of four so-called first special symbol holding numbers of game balls won in the first starting port 10, and the second special symbol holding lamp 19e has a second starting port. The so-called second special figure hold number of game balls won in 11a is displayed at the maximum four, and the normal symbol hold lamp 19f displays the so-called general figure hold number of game balls won at the gate 12 at a maximum of four. The

  By turning the launch handle 7, the game ball launched into the upper part of the game area 4a hits a plurality of obstacle nails and falls while changing direction, and any one of the winning holes 10, 11a, 13a, 14 When a prize is won, the game area 4a is discharged out of the game area 4a, and when it is not won in any of the winning openings 10, 11a, 13a, 14, it is finally formed at the lower end of the game area 4a. It is discharged out of the game area 4a from the out port 9.

  A control system of the pachinko gaming machine 1 will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the control device 20 includes a main control device 21 and a sub control device 25. The main control device 21 is configured by providing a game control board 22 with a CPU, a ROM, and a RAM. The game control board 22 is connected to the board external information terminal board 23.

  The sub-control device 25 includes a payout control board 26, an effect control board 27, an image control board 28, and a lamp control board 29 each including a CPU, a ROM, and a RAM, and the effect control board 27 further includes an RTC. Has been. The payout control board 26 is connected to the frame external information terminal board 24. “RTC” means a real-time clock.

  The game control board 22 receives the ball detection signal from the first and second start openings SW10a and 11c, the gate SW12a, the big prize opening SW13c, the general prize opening SW14a and the control information from the payout control board 26, and the second Control the start opening SOL11d, the big winning opening SOL13d, the symbol displays 19a to 19c, the symbol holding lamps 19d to 19f, control information (game information) to the payout control board 26, the effect control board 27 and the board external information terminal board 23 Is output.

  The payout control board 26 receives the control information from the game control board 22 and the ball detection signals from the payout ball detection SW31, the ball presence detection SW32, and the full tank detection SW33, and controls the payout motor 30, With respect to one winning game ball to 11a, 13a, 14, the number of game balls set for each winning slot 10, 11a, 13a, 14 is paid out to the storage tray 5, and the game control board 22 and external information terminal for frame Control information (payout information) is output to the substrate 24.

  The effect control board 27 receives the control information from the game control board 22 and the button operation signal from the effect button device 6, outputs the control information to the image control board 28, and further receives the control information from the image control board 28. In response, control information is output to the lamp control board 29. The image control board 28 receives control information from the effect control board 27, controls the image display 16 and the speaker 34, and outputs control information to the effect control board 27. The lamp control board 29 receives control information from the effect control board 27, controls the frame lamp 35 and the panel lamp 36 mainly in synchronization with the control by the image control board 28, and further, the movable accessory device 17. To control.

  The movable accessory device 17 will be described in detail.

  As shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 5 to 13, the movable accessory device 17 includes a base member 40, a first movable accessory 41 that is movably guided by the base member 40, and a first movable accessory. The specific movable range A1 (of the movable range A1 (of the movable range driving mechanism 43 for reciprocating the second movable combination 42 supported by 41, the first movable combination 41), and the movable range A of the first movable combination 41 ( The accessory interlocking mechanism 44 for reciprocatingly rotating the second movable accessory 42 in conjunction with the reciprocating movement in FIG. 13) is provided.

  Furthermore, the movable accessory device 17 is one of the reciprocating directions of the first movable accessory 41 (the direction in which the first movable accessory 41 moves from a retracted position, which will be described later, to a protruding position, An assist spring mechanism 80 having a spring member 81 for urging the first movable accessory 41 in the direction in which the drive load of the drive mechanism 43 is larger), and an impact caused by stopping the movement of the first movable accessory 41 at the reciprocating end. Cushion members 90 and 91 (corresponding to the second cushion member) to absorb, and cushion members 92 and 93 (corresponding to the first cushion member) to absorb the impact caused by the movement stop at the reciprocating end of the second movable accessory 42 Yes).

  The base member 40 is formed in a synthetic resin rectangular plate whose vertical length is about twice as long as the horizontal length, and is arranged in parallel with the game board 4 and hidden behind the center accessory body 15a. It is attached to at least one of the rear surface portion of the center accessory body 15a and the front portion of the center accessory base frame 15b. A peripheral wall 40a is formed around the entire circumference of the base member 40, and the rigidity of the base member 40 is enhanced by the peripheral wall 40a and the like.

  The first movable accessory 41 is formed elongated in the moving direction, and is disposed on the front side of the base member 40, imitating a pointed long sword. The first movable accessory 41 has a retracted position (see FIGS. 2, 3, 7, and 8) where most of the first movable accessory 41 is hidden behind the center accessory main body 15a (decorative member), and most of the first movable accessory 41 is centered. It is configured to be linearly movable in the direction parallel to the game board 4 over the protruding position (see FIGS. 5, 6, 11, and 12) that appears from the accessory body 15 a. The specific movement range A1 is a range corresponding to about half of the movement range A on the protruding position side of the first movable accessory 41.

  The first movable accessory 41 has a length that is approximately ½ of the vertical length of the screen of the image display 16 and moves in a direction inclined about 20 degrees from the vertical direction to the left side. When the first movable accessory 41 is in the retracted position, the lower portion is hidden behind the center accessory main body 15a from the vicinity of the center, and when the first movable accessory 41 is in the protruding position, A portion other than the vicinity of the lower end appears from the center accessory main body 15a and is positioned on the front side of the screen of the image display 16.

  The first movable accessory 41 has a first accessory base 41a made of synthetic resin and a first accessory decorative cover 41b made of synthetic resin that covers the front side thereof. A substrate (not shown) is attached to the front surface of the first accessory base 41a, and a plurality of LEDs (not shown) are mounted on the front surface of the substrate. The first accessory decorative cover 41b has a transparent lens having a large number of irregularities, and the first movable accessory 41 is illuminated with light from the LEDs and the plurality of LEDs passing through the lens.

  The base member 40 is provided with a cover member 47 that partially covers the front side of the first movable accessory 41 in the vicinity of the center accessory main body 15a.

  Here, the movable accessory device 17 includes a first accessory guide mechanism 45 that guides and supports the first movable accessory 41 on the base member 40 so as to be linearly movable over the retracted position and the protruding position. Yes. The first accessory guide mechanism 45 includes an engaging member 50 having a pair of engaging portions 50 a provided on the first movable accessory 41 so as to protrude toward the rear (backward) of the base member 40, and the base member 40. A pair of engaging portions 50a are provided so as to engage with each other, and are constituted by straight engaging grooves 52 and the like extending in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41.

  The straight engagement groove 52 has a length that is approximately twice the movement stroke of the first movable accessory 41 and has a width in the front-rear direction that is somewhat large. Here, the base member 40 has a trapezoidal first base plate portion 40b and an inverted triangular second base plate portion 40c located on the right side and slightly forward of the first base plate portion 40b. The straight engagement groove 52 is formed in the boundary portion between the first and second base plate portions 40b and 40c using this step.

The engaging member 50 is mounted in the vicinity of the lower right edge of the first movable accessory 41, and a pair of engaging portions 50a are arranged vertically, and the distance between them is the movement stroke of the first movable accessory 41. It becomes almost the same. The lower engagement portion 50 a engages with the lower end portion of the straight engagement groove 52, the first movable accessory 41 becomes the retracted position, and the upper engagement portion 50 a becomes the upper end portion of the straight engagement groove 52. The first movable accessory 41 is in the protruding position by engaging. The engaging member 50 has an elongated connecting piece 50b disposed on the rear side of the pair of engaging portions 50a.

  The retracted position of the first movable accessory 41 is the origin position, and in order to detect this origin position, the detected portion 55 is provided in the first movable accessory 41, and the origin detection sensor 56 is provided in the base member 40. ing. The detected portion 55 is composed of a shielding plate 55 provided in a left projecting shape below the first movable accessory 41, and the origin detection sensor 56 includes a light emitting portion and a light receiving portion attached to the lower portion of the base member 40. The optical sensor 56 having When the first movable accessory 41 is in the retracted position, the optical sensor 56 is blocked by the shielding plate 55 between the light emitting portion and the light receiving portion, so that the origin position (retracted position) of the first movable accessory 41 is reached. Is detected.

  The second movable accessory 42 is formed in an elongated shape with a size slightly smaller than the first movable accessory 41, imitating a pointed dagger, and on the front side of the base member 40 and behind the first movable accessory 41. It is arranged on the side. The base end portion of the second movable accessory 42 is rotatably supported by the lower portion of the center portion of the first movable accessory 41 via the shaft member 48 in the front-rear direction.

  The second movable combination 42 is in a non-actuated position (see FIGS. 7, 8, and 13) that is entirely hidden behind the first movable combination 41 and counterclockwise from the non-actuated position. It is configured to be rotatable over the operation position (see FIGS. 5, 6, 11, and 12) where most of the rotation appears from the first movable accessory 41.

  The second movable combination 42 has a length of about 3/4 to 2/3 of the first movable combination 41. The second movable combination 42 is in an inoperative position when the first movable combination 41 is outside the specific movement range A2 in the movement range A, and the first movable combination 41 is in the specific movement range A1. Sometimes it becomes a position including an operating position other than the non-operating position, and appears from the first movable accessory 41. The second movable accessory 42 rotates about 90 degrees counterclockwise from the non-operating position to the operating position, and a portion other than the vicinity of the lower end of the second movable accessory appears from the first movable accessory 41, and the image display It will be in the state located in the front side of 16 screens.

  The second movable accessory 42 has a second accessory base 42a made of synthetic resin and a second accessory decorative cover 42b made of synthetic resin covering the front side thereof. A substrate (not shown) is attached to the front surface of the second accessory base 42a, and a plurality of LEDs (not shown) are mounted on the front surface of the substrate. The second accessory decorative cover 42b has a transparent lens with a large number of irregularities, and the second movable accessory 42 is illuminated with light from the plurality of LEDs passing through the lens and the lens.

  The accessory drive mechanism 43 includes an electric motor 60 (stepping motor 60) attached to the base member 40, a drive gear 61 (pinion 61) rotated by the electric motor 60 via a plurality of gears 61a, 1 has a rack 62 provided on the movable accessory 41 and meshed with the drive gear 61.

  The electric motor 60 is attached forward to the rear surface portion of the upper right portion of the base member 40, and the drive gear 61 is disposed on the front side of the base member 40 and on the lower side of the electric motor 60. The rack 62 is provided on the rear surface of the right edge of the first movable accessory 41 (first accessory base 41a) from the vicinity of the center to the lower end thereof. An engaging member 50 is attached to the rack 62 so as to protrude rearward. The second movable accessory 42 rotates from the non-operating position to the operating position on the side opposite to the rack 62.

  The accessory interlocking mechanism 44 guides the second movable accessory 42 when the guide member 70 provided so as to protrude toward the base member 40 (rearward) and the first movable accessory 41 are in the specific movement range A1. It is provided in the base member 40 so that the member 70 may be engaged, and the first movable accessory 41 is moved along a plane parallel to the rotation surface of the second movable accessory 42 (that is, a plane parallel to the game board 4). And a guide groove 72 extending in a direction not parallel to the moving direction.

  The guide groove 72 includes an arcuate guide groove 72 formed on the left side portion of the straight engagement groove 52 at the upper part of the base member 40 over about 45 degrees. The arcuate guide groove 72 has a lower end portion that faces in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41 and an upper end portion that faces in the direction of about 45 degrees obliquely to the upper left with respect to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41. And have. The arcuate guide groove 72 is formed over a width of about 1/3 of the moving stroke in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41, and has a certain width in the front-rear direction.

  Here, the movable accessory device 17 is provided on the base member 40 so that the guide member 70 engages when the first movable accessory 41 is outside the specific movement range A2, and one end portion of the arcuate guide groove 72 is provided. A straight guide groove 73 that extends in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41 and a guide member 70 that can be engaged with the base member 40. A straight short groove 74 protruding in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the movable accessory 41 and opposite to the straight guide groove 73 is provided.

  The straight guide groove 73 is formed in the left portion of the straight engagement groove 52 of the base member 40, has a length of about 2/3 of the moving stroke of the first movable accessory 41, and an upper end portion of the straight guide groove 73 is an arc guide. It continues to the lower end of the groove 72. The straight short groove 74 is formed in the upper portion of the base member 40 and in the vicinity of the left edge, and the lower end portion thereof is connected to the upper end portion of the arcuate guide groove 72.

  The guide member 70 is mounted on the proximal end side portion of the second movable accessory 42 on the distal end side with respect to the shaft member 48. A straight line passing through the axis of the guide member 70 and the axis of the shaft member 48 is parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41, and the distance between the guide member 70 and the shaft member 48 is the center of the straight guide groove 73. The shaft member 48 and the guide member 70 are arranged so as to be substantially the same as the distance between the line and the center line of the straight short groove 74.

  When the guide member 70 is engaged with the straight guide groove 73, the second movable accessory 42 is in the inoperative position, and the first movable accessory 41 is in the retracted position, the guide member 70 is in the straight guide groove 73. Engage with the lower end. The guide member 70 engages with the upper end portion of the arcuate guide groove 72 or the straight short groove 74, and the second movable accessory 42 becomes the operating position.

  The guide member 70 includes a pin member 70 with a hook. The pin member 70 with the hook is rotatably mounted on a support shaft 71 attached to the second movable member 42 so as to protrude rearward, and the hook is used as a rear end. The arc guide groove 72, the straight guide groove 73, and the straight short groove 74 are engaged from the rear side. The pin member 70 with the hook is secured from the support shaft 71 by a C-ring (not shown) attached to the rear end portion of the support shaft 71.

  When the first movable accessory 41 is outside the specific movement range A2 due to the shaft member 48, the guide member 70, the arcuate guide groove 72, the straight guide groove 73, etc., the second movable accessory 42 becomes the base member 40. A second accessory guide mechanism 46 that supports the second movable accessory 42 on the base member 40 so that the first movable accessory 41 is linearly movable and supported while the first movable accessory 41 is in the specific movement range A1. Is configured.

  The assist spring mechanism 80 has an arm member 82 having one end side portion rotatably connected to the base member 40 and the other end side portion linked to the first movable accessory 41 via an elongated hole 83 and a pin 84. The urging force of the spring member 81 is transmitted to the first movable accessory 41 via the arm member 82.

The arm member 82 is disposed at a lower portion of the base member 40, and a left end portion of the arm member 82 is rotatably attached to a support shaft 82 a that protrudes rearward from the base member 40. An elongated hole 83 is formed in the length direction. A pin 84 protruding rearward from the connecting piece 50b of the engaging member 50 is slidably engaged with the elongated hole 83. That is, the right portion (the other end portion) of the arm member 82 is engaged with the engaging member 50. It is linked to.

  The spring member 81 is composed of a torsion spring 81 whose coil portion is sheathed around the support shaft 82 a, one end portion of which is locked to the base member 40, and the other end portion of which is locked to the arm member 82. Yes. The torsion spring 81 urges the arm member 82 to rotate counterclockwise when viewed from the front, and urges the first movable accessory 41 upward via the arm member 82.

  The cushion member 90 is provided in the lower portion of the base member 40 and on the upper portion of the front protrusion 40d on the left side of the straight engagement groove 52, and the first movable accessory 41 at the retreat position side moving end of the first movable accessory 41. The impact from the movement stop at the retreat position side moving end is absorbed. The cushion member 91 is provided at the upper end portion of the straight engagement groove 52 of the base member 40, and comes into contact with the engagement member 50 of the first movable accessory 41 from above at the protruding position side moving end of the first movable accessory 41. Thus, the impact due to the movement stop at the moving end at the protruding position side is absorbed.

  The cushion member 92 is provided at the upper end portion of the first movable accessory so as to bulge backward. The cushion member 92 contacts the second movable accessory 41 from the right side at the non-operating position side moving end of the second movable accessory 41, and Absorbs the impact caused by the movement stop at the non-operating position side moving end. The cushion member 93 is provided on the upper portion of the bulging member 41 c attached to the rear surface portion of the first movable accessory 41, and is positioned below the second movable accessory 41 at the operating position side moving end of the second movable accessory 41. The shock due to the stop of movement at the moving end on the operating position side is absorbed.

  The operation of the movable accessory device 17 described above is as follows.

  Usually, the first movable accessory 41 is in the retracted position, most of which is hidden behind the center accessory main body 15a, the second movable accessory 42 is in the non-actuated position, and all of them are the first movable accessory. Although it is in a state hidden behind 41, when a special game effect is performed using the movable accessory device 17 on the basis of winning of the game balls 10 and 11a (a big hit lottery) or the like It becomes as follows.

  First, the first movable accessory 41 is driven to move upward and obliquely leftward from the retracted position to the protruding position by the accessory driving mechanism 43. At this time, the assist spring mechanism 80 assists the upward driving of the first movable accessory 41. Power is granted. Here, the first movable combination 41 moves outside the specific movement range A2 after moving outside the specific movement range A2, but when the first movable combination 41 moves outside the specific movement range A2, the guide member 70 engages with the straight guide groove 73, and the second movable accessory 42 moves together with the first movable accessory 41 without rotating.

  When the first movable accessory 41 moves in the specific movement range A1, the guide interlocking mechanism 44 engages the guide member 70 with the arcuate guide groove 72, and the second movable accessory 42 moves to the first movable While moving along with the accessory 41, it turns to the left. Thus, the guide member 70 finally engages with the straight short groove 74, the first movable accessory 41 moves from the retracted position to the protruding position, and stops, and the second movable accessory 42 is in the non-actuated position. Move to the operating position from the slid and move to stop. Here, the shock due to the movement stop at the protruding position side moving end of the first movable accessory 41 is absorbed by the cushion member 91, and the cushion member 93 causes the movement stop at the operating position side moving end of the second movable accessory 41. Shock is absorbed.

  Thereafter, by the reverse operation to the above, the first movable accessory 41 moves from the protruding position to the retracted position and stops, and the second movable accessory 42 moves from the operating position to the non-operating position and stops. Here, the cushion member 90 absorbs the impact caused by the movement stop at the retracted position side moving end of the first movable accessory 41, and the cushion member 92 moves the second movable accessory 41 at the non-operating position side moving end. The impact of stopping is absorbed. Along with the operation of the first and second movable accessories 41 and 42, a specific effect is displayed on the screen of the image display 16, and a specific sound effect is emitted from the speaker 34, so that the overall impact is improved. A certain production is realized.

  The movable accessory device 17 has the following effects.

  The first movable accessory 41 is movably guided and supported on the base member 40, the second movable accessory 42 is rotatably supported on the first movable accessory 41, and the first movable accessory 41 is reciprocated. An accessory interlocking mechanism 44 that reciprocally rotates the second movable accessory 42 in conjunction with the reciprocating movement in the specific movement range A1 of the movement range of the accessory driving mechanism 43 and the first movable accessory 41 is provided.

  Therefore, when the first movable accessory 41 is driven to move by the accessory driving mechanism 43, the second movable when the first movable accessory 41 moves outside the specific movement range A2 by the accessory interlocking mechanism 43. When the combination 42 is moved together with the first movable combination 41 without rotating, and the first movable combination 41 moves in the specific movement range A1, the second movable combination 42 is moved to the first movable combination 41. It can be rotated while being moved together. That is, it is possible to realize a novel operation of the second movable combination 42 that is interlocked with the operation of the first movable combination 41 and enhance the production effect.

  One of the reciprocating movement directions of the first movable accessory 41 is the direction in which the first movable accessory 41 moves from the retracted position to the protruding position, and the driving load of the accessory driving mechanism 43 is greater due to the influence of gravity or the like. An assist spring mechanism 80 having a spring member 81 that biases the first movable accessory 41 in the moving direction is provided. Accordingly, the load for driving the first movable accessory 41 can be effectively reduced, and the first movable accessory 41 and 42 are operated to be relatively large and large. When the accessory 41 is moved from the retracted position to the protruding position and the second movable accessory 42 is rotated from the non-operating position to the operating position, it can be driven quickly and smoothly.

  The accessory interlocking mechanism 43 includes a guide member 70 provided on the second movable accessory 42 so as to protrude toward the base member 40, and the guide member 70 when the first movable accessory 41 is in the specific movement range A1. A guide groove 72 is provided on the base member 40 so as to be engaged, and extends in a direction not parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41 along a plane parallel to the rotation surface of the second movable accessory 42. Therefore, the second movable combination 42 can be reliably reciprocated in conjunction with the reciprocation in the specific movement range A1 of the movement range A of the first movable combination 41.

Guide member 70 when the first movable won game 41 in a specific moving range A2 is provided on the base member 40 to engage, move and contiguous to one end portion of the guide groove 72 of the first movable won game 41 because with a straight guide groove 73 extending in a direction parallel direction, when the first movable won game 41 moves a specific moving range A2, holding the second movable won game 42 to its inoperative position without rotating to, it can be moved integrally with the first movable won game 41, when the first movable won game 41 moves over the a specific moving range A2 and specific movement range A1, the guide member 80 The straight guide groove 73 and the guide groove 72 can be reliably engaged with each other.

  The assist spring mechanism 80 has an arm member 82 having one end side portion rotatably connected to the base member 40 and the other end side portion linked to the first movable accessory 41 via an elongated hole 83 and a pin 84. Since the biasing force of the spring member 81 is transmitted to the first movable accessory 41 via the arm member 82, the first movable accessory 41 is moved from the retracted position to the protruding position. A substantially constant assisting force for assisting the driving of the first movable accessory 41 can be reliably applied.

  An engagement member 50 provided on the first movable accessory 41 so as to protrude toward the guide member 40, and provided so that the engagement member 50 engages with the base member 40. Since the straight engagement groove 52 extending in the direction parallel to the direction is provided, the first movable accessory 41 can be reliably guided and supported on the base member 40 so as to be linearly movable. Since the other end portion of the arm member 82 of the assist spring mechanism 80 is interlocked and connected to the engaging member 50, the first movable accessory 41 can be guided from the desired portion to smoothly guide and drive the base member 40. An urging force can be input to the first movable accessory 41.

  The base member 40 is provided with cushion members 90 and 91 for absorbing an impact caused by the movement stop of the first movable accessory 41 at the reciprocating end, and the first movable accessory 41 is provided with the second movable accessory 42 at the reciprocating end. Cushion members 92 and 93 that absorb the impact caused by the movement stop are provided. Accordingly, the first and second movable accessories 41 and 42 and the accessory driving mechanism 43 are damaged by the impact caused by the movement stop at the reciprocating ends of the first and second movable accessories 41 and 42, and the first It is possible to suppress problems such as the fact that the first and second movable accessories are loose and deteriorate in appearance.

  A straight short groove that is provided so that the guide member 70 can be engaged with the base member 40 and projects from the other end of the guide groove 72 in a direction parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41 and opposite to the straight guide groove 73. Since 74 is provided, the 1st movable combination 41 can be hold | maintained in the state which stabilized the 1st movable combination 42 in the operating position near the protrusion position. Since the guide groove 72 is formed of the arcuate guide groove 72, when the first movable accessory 41 moves from the retracted position to the protruding position, the second movable accessory 42 can be moved smoothly and the first movable accessory 41 can be moved. On the other hand, it can be rotated smoothly and rapidly.

  The second embodiment is a partial modification of the first embodiment. Note that components having the same functions as those of the first embodiment are denoted by similar reference numerals, and description thereof is omitted as appropriate.

  As shown in FIGS. 14 and 15, in the movable accessory device 17A, in the accessory interlocking mechanism 44A, a guide member 70A is provided on the base member 40A, and a guide groove 72A (arc-shaped guide groove 72A), a straight guide is provided. A groove 73A and a straight short groove 74A are provided in the second movable accessory 42A. The arcuate guide groove 72A, the straight guide groove 73A, and the straight short groove 74A are shapes obtained by inverting the arcuate guide groove 72, the straight guide groove 73, and the straight short groove 74 of Example 1 by 180 degrees in a front view. It becomes.

  According to the movable accessory device 17A, the same operation as that of the movable accessory device 17 of the first embodiment is realized, and the same effect is obtained. Note that an engagement member that replaces the engagement member 50 of the first embodiment may be provided in the base member 40A, and a straight engagement groove that replaces the straight engagement groove 52 of the first embodiment may be provided in the first movable accessory 41. In this case, the other end side portion of the arm member 82 of the assist spring mechanism 80 is connected to a predetermined portion of the first movable accessory 41 via a long hole and a pin.

  Note that the guide groove 72 of the first embodiment (the same applies to the guide groove 72A of the second embodiment), in addition to the arc-shaped guide groove 72, along a plane parallel to the rotation surface of the second movable accessory 42. Various shapes extending in a direction not parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41 may be used.

  For example, a straight guide groove 72B shown in FIG. 16 may be employed. Further, for example, a guide groove 72C curved in a zigzag shape shown in FIG. 17 may be employed. The guide groove 72C can guide the guide member 70 so as to reciprocate a plurality of times in the direction orthogonal to the moving direction of the first movable accessory 41, and the upper end side portion thereof has an arc shape similar to that of the first embodiment. A guide groove 72Ca (72) is formed.

  When the first movable combination 41 moves from the retracted position to the protruding position by the guide groove 72C, the second movable combination 42 first moves together with the first movable combination 41 without rotating, and then While moving together with the first movable accessory 41, it reciprocates and finally rotates to the operating position. Since the formation range of the guide groove 72C is larger than the guide groove 72 of the first embodiment, the straight guide groove 73C is correspondingly shorter than the straight guide groove 73 of the first embodiment.

  In addition, various modifications can be added without departing from the spirit of the present invention. For example, the shape and size of the first and second movable combinations, the moving direction of the first movable combination, the rotation direction of the second movable combination, the shape of the guide groove, and the like can be appropriately changed. Further, the present invention can be applied to various movable accessory devices mounted on a pachinko gaming machine.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Pachinko machine 17, 17A Movable accessory apparatus 40, 40A Base member 41 1st movable accessory 42, 42A 2nd movable accessory 43 Actor drive mechanism 44, 44A Actor interlock mechanism 50 Engagement member 52 Straight engagement Groove 70, 70A Guide member 72, 72A, 72B, 72C Guide groove 73, 73A, 73C Straight guide groove 74, 74A Straight short groove 80 Assist spring mechanism 81 Spring member 82 Arm member 83 Long hole 84 Pin 90-93 Cushion member

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  1. In a pachinko gaming machine provided with a movable accessory device having a first movable accessory that is movably guided and supported by a base member, and a second movable accessory that is rotatably supported by the first movable accessory. ,
    The movable accessory device is:
    An accessory driving mechanism for reciprocating the first movable accessory;
    An accessory interlocking mechanism that reciprocally rotates the second movable accessory in conjunction with a reciprocating movement in a specific movement range of the movement range of the first movable accessory;
    And a assist spring mechanism having a spring member for one biasing the moving direction to the first movable role of one of the reciprocating direction of the first movable combination thereof,
    The accessory interlocking mechanism is
    A guide member provided on one of the base member and the second movable accessory so as to protrude to the other;
    A surface that is provided on the other of the base member and the second movable accessory so that the guide member engages when the first movable accessory is in the specific movement range, and is parallel to the rotation surface of the second movable accessory. And a guide groove extending in a direction not parallel to the moving direction of the first movable accessory along
    A pachinko machine characterized by that.
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