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JP5172512B2
JP5172512B2 JP2008182030A JP2008182030A JP5172512B2 JP 5172512 B2 JP5172512 B2 JP 5172512B2 JP 2008182030 A JP2008182030 A JP 2008182030A JP 2008182030 A JP2008182030 A JP 2008182030A JP 5172512 B2 JP5172512 B2 JP 5172512B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine configured to provide a game effect by disposing a movable effect device having a movable body in a game area defined on a game board.

A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a decorative member disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on a board surface of a gaming board set in the machine, and a liquid crystal type or a drum type through an opening of the decorative member. A symbol display device such as the above is faced, and this symbol display device is configured to perform a game effect such as a symbol combination game or a reach effect. Further, a visual effect is provided by disposing a movable effect device provided with a movable body that performs a required operation on the decorative member, and operating the movable body in accordance with a game effect performed by the symbol display device. Pachinko machines that improve the effect and enhance the fun of the game are also known. For example, the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1 includes two shutter members that operate on the front side of the symbol display device, and is configured to operate so that the edges of both shutter members come into contact with each other when the drive motor is driven. ing. In this movable effect device, a gap is not generated between the two shutter members because one shutter member is operated so as to push the other shutter member beyond the contact position where the two shutter members abut. I have to.
JP 2006-304953 A

  However, when one shutter member is operated more excessively than the contact position, the two shutter members are repelled by the repulsive force generated when the two shutter members are in contact with each other, and there is a gap between the two shutter members. May occur, and the design at the time of operation of the movable effect device may be deteriorated to impair the interest of the game.

  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine that can suitably prevent a gap between the two movable bodies when the two movable bodies come into contact with each other and improve the design of the movable effect device. And

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve an intended purpose, a gaming machine according to claim 1 is:
A game area (12a) in which a game ball is launched is defined in the game board (12), and a movable effect device (40, 40) having a movable body (47, 48) in the game area (12a) of the game board (12). ) In a gaming machine,
The movable effect device (40)
A first drive motor (46) and a second drive motor (46) which are operated by inputting a pulse signal from the drive control device when a predetermined operation condition is established;
A first movable body (47) operated by operation of the first drive motor (46);
A second movable body (48) operated by the operation of the second drive motor (46),
When the first movable member (46) and a second movable member (46), which reciprocates in the direction toward and away from each other by the operation of the corresponding drive motor (46), proximate move relative to each other Both movable bodies (47, 48) are configured to come into contact with
A magnet (58A) is disposed on at least one of the movable bodies (47) on the contact surfaces (57A, 57B) with which the first movable body (47) and the second movable body (48) abut. In addition, a magnetized member (58B) on which the magnet (58A) can be magnetized is disposed on the other movable body (48) side, and the first and second movable bodies are operated by the operation of the drive motor (46). When the contact surfaces (57A, 57B) of (47, 48) are in contact, the magnet (58A) is configured to be magnetically attached to the magnetic attachment member (58B) ,
In a state where the first movable body (47) and the second movable body (48) are in contact with each other and are magnetically attached, the drive control device corresponds to the first drive motor (47) corresponding to the first movable body (47). 46) The speed and timing at which the pulse signal is sent to 46) and the speed and timing at which the drive control device sends the pulse signal to the second drive motor (46) corresponding to the second movable body (48) are set differently. The timing when the first movable body (47) presses the second movable body (48) and the timing when the second movable body (48) presses the first movable body (47). The gist is that they are configured differently .

As described above, when the first movable body and the second movable body are brought into contact with each other by the operation of the first and second drive motors , the magnets are magnetically attached to the magnetic attachment members, so that the two movable bodies are in contact with each other. The contact surface is held in contact. For this reason, it is possible to prevent the two movable bodies from being separated by the repulsive force generated when the first movable body and the second movable body that move by the operation of each drive motor are brought into contact with each other. That is, an unnatural gap can be prevented from being generated between the first and second movable bodies, and the design of the movable effect device can be improved.
In addition, the drive motor operates so that both the movable bodies are pressed against each other in a state where the first and second movable bodies are in contact with each other, and at this time, the timing at which the first movable body presses the second movable body; By making the timing at which the second movable body presses the first movable body different, the two movable bodies can be integrally reciprocated so as to vibrate while being in contact with each other. In the vibration operation of the movable body, the first and second movable bodies are held by the magnetism of the magnet and the magnetized member, so that it is possible to prevent an unnatural gap between the two movable bodies, The design of the movable effect device can be improved.

In the gaming machine according to claim 2, the first drive motor (46) is configured such that the first movable body (47) is separated from the second movable body (48) from the second movable body (48). 48) When moving to a position that contacts the second movable body (48) while being driven at a low first speed and then accelerated to a second speed higher than the first speed. Is decelerated from the second speed to the first speed before moving to
The second drive motor (46) moves the second movable body (48) from a position separated from the first movable body (47) to a position where it abuts on the first movable body (47). In this case, after being driven at a low first speed, it is accelerated to a second speed higher than the first speed, and from the second speed before moving to a position in contact with the first movable body (47). The gist is that it is configured to be decelerated to the first speed .

In the gaming machine according to claim 3, the first movable body (47) includes the first plate portion (52A) formed in a flat plate shape and the second drive motor (46) when the first drive motor (46) is operated. And a first contact surface (57A) provided at an edge of the first plate portion (52A) adjacent to the movable body (48), and formed at one end portion of the first plate portion (52A). The support shaft (41A) is inserted through the shaft hole (53A), and is supported rotatably about the support shaft (41A).
On the back side of the first plate portion (52A) on the first contact surface (57A), the magnet (58A) or a magnetized member is biased toward the other end side away from the shaft hole (53A). Arranged ,
The second movable body (48) is close to the first movable body (47) when the second plate motor (52B) formed in a flat plate shape and the second drive motor (46) are operated. A second contact surface (57B) that is provided at an edge of the second plate portion (52B) and contacts the first contact surface (57A), and is provided at one end of the second plate portion (52B). The support shaft (41B) is inserted through the formed shaft hole (53B), and is supported rotatably about the support shaft (41B).
The second the second plate portion in the abutment surface (57B) on the back side of (52B), and biased to the other end side away from the shaft hole (53B) the magnet or magnetically attracted member (58B) Is arranged,
When the first contact surface (57A) of the first movable body (47) and the second contact surface (57B) of the second movable body (48) contact each other, the magnet (58A) ) And the magnet member (58B) are configured to be magnetically attached.

In this way, the magnets or magnetized members provided on the first movable body and the magnets or magnetized members provided on the second movable body are magnetized to contact the first and second movable bodies. When the contact surfaces are brought into contact with each other, both movable bodies can be held in a fixed positional relationship. For this reason, it can hold | maintain in the attitude | position in which the edge of the 1st board part of the 1st movable body formed in flat form and the edge of the 2nd board part of a 2nd movable body match. That is, an unnatural step can be prevented from occurring between the flat plate-like first plate portion and the second plate portion, and the design of the movable effect device can be improved.

In the gaming machine according to claim 4, the game board (12) is provided with a symbol display device (87) capable of variably displaying various symbols, and the first and second movable bodies (47, 48). In a state where the two movable bodies (47, 48) overlap with at least a part of the front side of the display surface of the various symbols in the symbol display device (87),
Each of the first and second movable bodies (47, 48) is formed of a see-through member capable of seeing through the display surface of the symbol display device (87) overlapped in the front-rear direction from the front, and the magnet (58A ) And a magnetized member (58B), a shield portion that cannot see through the magnet (58A) and the magnetized member (58B) is provided at the front position corresponding to the magnetized member (58B) .

Thus, in a state in which the first and second movable bodies are in contact with each other, the position where both movable bodies overlap with the front side of at least a part of the display surface of various symbols in the symbol display device with a high degree of attention of the player. By doing so, the impact at the time of operation | movement of this movable body can be improved. At this time, since both movable bodies are formed of a see-through member, an effect on the display surface of the symbol display device overlapped in the front-rear direction can be visually recognized from the player side, so that the effect on the symbol display device can be enjoyed. On the other hand, in the 1st and 2nd movable bodies, a magnet and a magnetic attachment member are provided from a player side by providing a shield part which cannot see through a magnet and a magnetic attachment member in the front side position corresponding to a magnet and a magnetic attachment member. Can be prevented from being visually recognized, and the design of the movable effect device is not deteriorated.

The gaming machine according to claim 5 supports the first movable body (47) and the second movable body (48) so as to be able to reciprocate, and the first movable body (47) and the second movable body. A base member (41) having a front plate portion (42) capable of covering the first movable body (47) and the second movable body (48) at a front position of the body (48);
The base member (41) is provided with the first drive motor (46) and the second drive motor (46), and the first movable body (47) and the drive motor (46) corresponding to each drive motor (46). A movable position where the front surface of the second movable body (48) is covered with the front plate portion (42) and a movable position which is exposed from the front side of the game board (12) apart from the front plate portion (42). Configured to reciprocate between,
Each of the first movable body (47) and the second movable body (48) is:
Drive-side movable members (51A, 51B) that are connected and connected so as to directly transmit a driving force from the corresponding drive motor (46) and move between the accommodation position and the movable position;
The drive-side movable member (51A, 51B) is connected to the drive-side movable member (51A, 51B) and is urged toward the storage position by its own weight, and the drive-side movable member (51A, 51B) moves between the storage position and the movable position. The driven side movable member (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B) is moved,
The driven movable members (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B) of the first and second movable bodies (47, 48) moved from the movable position to the accommodation position by the first and second drive motors (46). The buffer member (76A, 76B) is provided on the base member (41) so as to contact the
Guide holes (55A, 55B) are formed in the drive side movable members (51A, 51B), and the drive side movable members (51A, 51B) are formed in the driven side movable members (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B). When the guide rollers (64A, 64B) slidably facing the guide holes (55A, 55B) are rotatably supported and the driving side movable members (51A, 51B) are in the storage position, the guide holes (55A, 55B) comes into contact with one end of the guide roller (64A, 64B), and the guide roller (64A, 64B) moves along the guide hole (55A, 55B) when the drive side movable member (51A, 51B) moves. Configured to move,
When the drive side movable member (51A, 51B) moves from the storage position toward the movable position, the guide roller (64A, 64B) abuts on the other end of the guide hole (55A, 55B). The driven movable member (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B) is moved from the storage position to the movable position,
When the drive-side movable member (51A, 51B) moves from the movable position toward the storage position, the guide roller (64A, 64B) remains in contact with the other end of the guide hole (55A, 55B). The driven-side movable member (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B) is moved by its own weight from the movable position toward the storage position, and the driven-side movable member (61A, 71A, 61B, 71B) moved to the storage position is a buffer member (76A, 76B) is abutted against the movement, and the drive side movable member (51A, 51B) is moved to the accommodation position, so that a guide roller is provided at one end of the guide hole (55A, 55B). The gist is that (64A, 64B) abuts and the movement of the drive side movable member (51A, 51B) is restricted .

  That is, according to the gaming machine according to the present invention, it is possible to suitably prevent a gap from being generated between the two movable bodies when the two movable bodies come into contact with each other, thereby improving the design of the movable effect device.

  Next, the gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings by way of preferred embodiments. In the embodiment, a pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball as a game ball will be described as an example. Further, in the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” are states when the pachinko machine is viewed from the front side (player side) as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. It points at.

(About pachinko machines)
As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko machine 80 according to the embodiment is formed in a rectangular frame shape and has an outer frame 81 as a fixed frame formed in a rectangular frame shape that is installed on an installation frame base (not shown) of a game shop. On the front side of the opening, a middle frame 82 as a main body frame on which a game board 10 (see FIG. 2) described later is detachably held is assembled so as to be openable and detachable. A symbol display device 87 capable of variably displaying symbols is configured to be detachable. A front frame 83 as a decorative frame having a glass plate 83a for seeing through and protecting the game board 10 is assembled to the front side of the middle frame 82 so as to be openable and closable, and a pachinko ball is provided below the front frame 83. The lower ball tray 85 that stores the water is assembled to be openable and closable. In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 84 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 83, and the upper ball tray 84 is also opened and closed integrally with the opening and closing of the front frame 83. Configured to do.

  As shown in FIG. 2 or FIG. 3, the game board 10 is assembled to a flat plate 12 made of a transparent synthetic resin material such as acrylic or polycarbonate, which is formed in a substantially square shape, and a back surface of the transparent plate 12. And a back unit 14 formed of an opaque synthetic resin material. A symbol display device 87 capable of variably displaying various symbols is detachably attached to the back side of the back unit 14, and the symbol display device 87 is formed through a visible display window 30 a that is formed in the back unit 14 and opens in front and rear. Can be viewed from the front side.

(About transparent plate 12)
As shown in FIG. 2, an inner rail 16 and an outer rail 18 are arranged in a semicircular arc shape on the front surface of the transparent plate 12, and a game area 12 a in which pachinko balls can flow down by both rails is provided on the front surface of the transparent plate 12. A pachinko ball that has been defined and is launched from a not-shown hitting ball launching device disposed in the middle frame 82 is launched into the game area 12a. The inner rail 16 is configured so that the open end faces the upper left side of the transparent plate 12, and the pachinko balls launched from the ball striking device are guided by both rails from the lower side to the left side of the transparent plate 12, It is driven out from the open end of the inner rail 16 to the upper part of the game area 12a.

  In the transparent plate 12, corner decorations 28 made of an opaque synthetic resin material that covers the area from the front surface are provided in areas outside the outer rail 18. As shown in FIG. 2, each corner decoration 28 has an inner peripheral surface facing the game area 12 a that is curved along the outer rail 18. That is, the gaming board 10 of the embodiment is configured such that the back side can be visually recognized through the transparent plate 12 in almost all areas except for the portion where the corner decoration 28 is disposed.

  In the transparent plate 12, an opening (not shown) is formed so as to surround a display surface (not shown) on which a symbol variation game is mainly developed in the symbol display device 87 disposed in the back unit 14. A frame-shaped decorative body 20 is disposed with respect to the opening. At the upper edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 20, an arcuate collar portion 20 a that protrudes from the transparent plate 12 to the front is formed, and a pachinko ball that is launched into the game area 12 a is a symbol variation game in the symbol display device 87. It is comprised so that it may be controlled by this collar part 20a that it flows down across the area | region where is expanded. Further, on the front surface of the transparent plate 12, as shown in FIG. 2, a starting prize device 22 or a special prize that can win a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 12a at a position below the position where the frame-shaped decorative body 20 is disposed. When the pachinko ball wins a winning opening 22a of the start winning device 22, a symbol variation game is developed in the symbol display device 87. As a result of the symbol variation game, a symbol display device is provided. When a symbol is stopped and displayed in 87 with a predetermined symbol combination, the winning opening of the special prize-winning device 24 is opened and a so-called jackpot is generated, so that a large number of prize balls can be obtained. In the game area 12 a of the transparent plate 12, a large number of game nails 26 are planted at positions outside the frame-shaped decorative body 20.

(About the frame-shaped decorative body 20)
The frame-shaped decorative body 20 is made of a synthetic resin material that is substantially transparent as a whole, and as shown in FIG. 1 or 2, the frame-shaped decorative body 20 is formed in a symmetrical shape with a center line passing through the center in the left-right direction up and down. . The left and right sides of the frame-shaped decorative body 20 are formed with ball inlets 20b and 20b through which the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 12a can pass, respectively, and the pachinko balls passed through the ball inlets 20b and 20b. Ball passages 20 c and 20 c that are guided downward along the inner peripheral side edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 20 are formed. A stage 21 on which a pachinko ball that has passed through the ball passage 20c rolls is formed on the inner peripheral lower edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 20. The stage 21 of the embodiment is of a type called a so-called corrugated stage formed in a undulating shape with a substantially central position in the left-right direction raised, and is directed rearward at the top of the raised portion of the stage 21. A ball guiding portion (not shown) for guiding the pachinko ball is formed, and a first ball discharge port 21 a that opens above the winning port 22 a of the start winning device 22 is formed in the stage 21. Here, the ball guiding portion and the first ball discharge port 21a are configured to communicate with each other via a ball guide path 41a provided in the movable effect device 40 described later, and are pachinko balls that roll on the stage 21. However, it can be discharged | emitted from the 1st ball | bowl discharge port 21a right above the starting prize-winning apparatus 22 via the ball | bowl guide path 41a. Further, second sphere discharge ports 21b and 21b for discharging the pachinko balls forward are formed on both sides of the raised portion of the stage 21, and the stage 21 is connected to the stage 21 via the second sphere discharge ports 21b and 21b. The pachinko balls that roll are discharged toward the left and right sides of the start winning device 22.

(About the back unit 14)
As shown in FIG. 2 or 4, the back unit 14 is a frame-shaped main body that is formed in a size and shape in which the outer shape substantially matches the transparent plate 12 and is formed in a box frame shape that opens forward. 30, and the opening front end portion of the frame-shaped main body 30 is attached so as to contact the back surface of the transparent plate 12 to constitute the game board 10. Further, the visible display window 30a is formed in a substantially rectangular shape so as to open front and rear at a substantially central position of the frame-shaped main body 30 (see FIG. 4), and a visible display window is provided on the front side of the frame-shaped main body 30. A light emitting device 32 is disposed so as to surround 30a. Here, the light emitting device 32 is a light emitting device in which a plurality of decorative lenses 33 disposed so as to surround the visible display window 30a, and a light emitter such as an LED 34a mounted on the back side of the decorative lens 33. And a substrate 34 (shown in FIG. 5 is a light-emitting substrate 34 that illuminates a part of the decorative lens 33 positioned below the frame-shaped main body 30). By turning it on and off, it is designed to play games with light.

(About the movable effect device 40)
As shown in FIG. 2 or FIG. 4, the frame-shaped main body 30 in the back unit 14 includes a first fan movable body (first body) that performs a required operation on the lower edge of the visible display window 30a. ) And a second fan movable body (second movable body) 48 are provided. The movable effect device 40 is configured to partially overlap the decorative lens 33 that surrounds the visible display window 30a, and the light emitting substrate 34 is disposed at a position overlapping the decorative lens 33. ing. Further, the movable effect device 40 is disposed so as to face the inside of the opening of the frame-shaped decorative body 20 disposed on the transparent plate 12. As shown in FIG. 4, the display surface of the symbol display device 87 is formed in an opening formed by the plurality of decorative lenses 33 and the movable effect device 40 arranged so as to surround the visible display window 30a. Comes from behind.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 7, the movable effect device 40 includes a base member 41 that supports the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48, and a first member and a first member provided on the base member 41. A drive motor (drive means) 46 connected to the two fan movable bodies 47 and 48 and operated on the basis of a control signal from a drive control device (not shown) provided on the back side of the pachinko machine 80. The first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are configured to perform a predetermined reciprocating motion by the operation of the motor 46. The drive motor 46 employs a stepping motor capable of controlling the rotation angle, and is provided separately for each of the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48, so that each of the fan movable bodies 47, 48 is provided. Can be operated independently.

(Base member 41)
The base member 41 is attached to the frame-shaped main body 30, and is seen from the front side through the transparent plate 12, and the front plate is attached to the rear side of the front plate part 42. The rear plate portion 43 that defines the accommodating portions 44A and 44B that open upward between the portion 42 and the motor fixing plate 45 that is fixed to the rear plate portion 43. The front and rear plate portions 42 , 43, the fan movable bodies 47, 48 are accommodated in the accommodating portions 44A, 44B. In addition, the front plate portion 42 has the ball guide path 41a that connects the ball guide portion formed in the frame-shaped decorative body 20 and the first ball discharge port 21a at a substantially central position in the left-right direction. A light emitting substrate 34 is disposed at a position that is recessed so as to open forward and overlaps the decorative lens 33. The housing portions 44A and 44B are divided into left and right by the ball guide path 41a, the first fan movable body 47 is disposed in the left housing portion 44A, and the second housing portion 44B is disposed in the second space. A fan movable body 48 is provided.

(About the fan movable bodies 47 and 48)
As shown in FIGS. 5 to 7, the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are composed of three movable members that overlap in the front-rear direction, and the left-side accommodation portion 44 </ b> A on the back surface of the front plate portion 42. The movable members 51A, 61A, 71A constituting the first fan movable body 47 are rotatably supported with respect to the support shaft 41A provided so as to protrude rearward, and the back surface of the front plate portion 42 Each of the movable members 51B, 61B, 71B constituting the second fan movable body 48 is rotatably supported with respect to a support shaft 41B provided so as to protrude rearward in the right-side accommodation portion 44B. In the embodiment, each of the first fan movable body 47 and the second fan movable body 48 is provided in a shape and configuration that is symmetrical to each other. The fan movable body 47 will be described as an example, and the second fan movable body 48 will be described simply by attaching the same reference numerals as the first fan movable body 47. However, the reference sign “A” is added to the constituent members of the first fan movable body 47, and the reference sign “B” is added to the constituent members of the second fan movable body 48, so that both fans The structures of the movable bodies 47 and 48 are distinguished. FIG. 8 shows the first fan movable body 47, and the reference numerals are also written in the corresponding configurations that are symmetrical with the first fan movable body 47 with respect to the second fan movable body 48.

  In the following description, among the three movable members in the first fan movable body 47, the one located on the rearmost side is referred to as a first movable member (drive-side movable member) 51A and is located in the middle. Is called the second movable member (driven side movable member) 61A, and the one located at the foremost side is called the third movable member (driven side movable member) 71A. Then, each of the first to third movable members 51A, 61A, 71A constituting the first fan movable body 47 overlaps in the front and rear and is covered by the front plate portion 42 and is accommodated in the accommodating portion 44A. (See FIG. 5 (a), FIG. 6 (a), FIG. 10 (a), etc.), and each movable member 51A, 61A, 71A expands in a fan shape, and a part of the display surface in the symbol display device 87 (lower left) And a movable position (see FIG. 5B, FIG. 6B, FIG. 11B, etc.) covering the portion). Similarly, among the three movable members of the second fan movable body 48, the one located at the rearmost side is referred to as a fourth movable member (drive side movable member) 51B, and the one located in the middle is designated as the fifth movable member. The member (driven movable member) 61B is referred to as the frontmost member and the sixth movable member (driven movable member) 71B is referred to as the frontmost member. And the accommodation position where each of the 4th-6th movable members 51B, 61B, 71B which constitute the 2nd fan movable body 48 overlaps with the front and back, is covered with the front board part 42, and is stored in the storage part 44B. (See FIG. 5 (a), FIG. 6 (a), FIG. 10 (a), etc.), and each movable member 51B, 61B, 71B expands in a fan shape, and a part of the display surface in the symbol display device 87 (right It is configured to be able to move between a movable position (see FIG. 5 (b), FIG. 6 (b), FIG. 11 (b), etc.) covering the lower part). Note that “upper”, “lower”, “left”, and “right” of the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are accommodated by the movable members 51A, 51B, 61A, 61B, 71A, and 71B. The state at the position is designated as a reference.

(About the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B)
As shown in FIG. 8 (a), the first movable member 51A has a decorative plate portion 52A that is formed in a horizontally long flat plate shape at the housing position and faces the front plate portion 42, and is formed in the vicinity of one end portion. A support shaft 41A provided on the front plate portion 42 is inserted into the shaft hole 53A, and is rotatably supported with respect to the base member 41. The first movable member 51A is formed with a gear portion 54A that meshes with the drive gear 46a attached to the drive motor 46 on the end portion side of the shaft hole 53A in the decorative plate portion 52A. The first movable member 51 </ b> A is directly rotated by the drive motor 46. In the fourth movable member 51B, the support shaft 41B provided in the front plate portion 42 is inserted into the shaft hole 53B formed in the decorative plate portion 52B facing the front plate portion 42, and the gear portion 54B of the fourth movable member 51B. The drive gear 46a of the drive motor 46 corresponding to is meshed. In the embodiment, the decorative plate portion 52A of the first movable member 51A constituting the first fan movable body 47 corresponds to the first plate portion of the invention according to claim 2, and the second fan movable body. The decorative plate portion 52B of the fourth movable member 51B that constitutes 48 corresponds to the second plate portion of the invention according to claim 2 of the present application.

  As shown in FIG. 8 (a), a first guide hole 55A extending concentrically with the shaft hole 53A has a predetermined length downward at the lower end portion of the first movable member 51A at the accommodation position. The first guide roller 64A (described later) provided on the second movable member 61A faces the corresponding first guide hole 55A so as to be slidable. Further, a position detection piece 56A is formed on the outer peripheral side of the first guide hole 55A in the first movable member 51A, and a position detection sensor 59A (provided in the left receiving portion 44A in the base member 41). 6 (a)) detects the position detection piece 56A, thereby detecting the original position of the first movable member 51A (see FIG. 10 (b)). In other words, the first guide hole 55B formed in the fourth movable member 51B faces the first guide roller 64B provided in the fifth movable member 61B so as to be slidable on the outer peripheral side of the first guide hole 55B. The provided position detection piece 56B is detected by a position detection sensor 59B disposed in the right-side housing portion 44B to detect the original position. Here, in the embodiment, at the original position where the position detection sensors 59A and 59B detect the position detection pieces 56A and 56B, the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B have a predetermined angle (for example, 5) from the storage position. The first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are moved to the accommodation position when the drive motor 46 is driven by a predetermined number of steps from the original position. It is supposed to be. As the position detection sensors 59A and 59B, an optical sensor having a light receiving element and a light emitting element is employed.

  Further, the first movable member 51A is formed such that an upper end edge (an end edge close to the second fan movable body 48 when the drive motor 46 is operated) at the accommodation position extends linearly. A contact surface 57A that protrudes rearward is formed at the upper edge. And the permanent magnet 58A is arrange | positioned in the back side of the said decorative board part 52A in the said contact surface 57A. Similarly, the fourth movable member 51B is provided with a permanent magnet 58B on the back side of the decorative plate portion 52B on the contact surface 57B formed so as to protrude rearward from the upper edge. Here, the contact surfaces 57A and 57B extend in the vertical direction in a state where the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are moved to the movable positions, and both the movable members 51A and 51B are moved to the movable positions. The permanent magnets 58A and 58B are magnetized (adsorbed) by magnetic force. In the embodiment, the contact surface 57A of the first movable member 51A constituting the first fan movable body 47 corresponds to the first contact surface of the invention according to claim 2 and the second fan movable body 48. The abutting surface 57B of the fourth movable member 51B that constitutes A corresponds to the second abutting surface of the invention according to claim 2 of the present application. In addition, the code | symbol 68 in FIGS. 6-8 is a fixing member which fixes the said permanent magnets 58A and 58B.

  Further, each of the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B is formed of a synthetic resin material that can be seen through substantially entirely, so that the display surface of the symbol display device 87 that overlaps the front and rear can be viewed from the front. In addition, shield portions 60A and 60B (see FIG. 5B) that cannot be seen through are provided at front positions corresponding to the permanent magnets 58A and 58B, and the permanent magnets 58A and 58B are moved to the front side by the shield portions 60A and 60B. Is invisible. In addition, as said shielding part 60A, 60B, sticking a seal | sticker with respect to said 1st and 4th movable member 51A, 51B (decoration board part 52A, 52B), or forming a coating film by printing etc. Easy to install.

(About the second movable member 61A and the fifth movable member 61B)
As shown in FIG. 8 (b), the second movable member 61A has a decorative plate portion 62A formed in a horizontally long flat plate shape facing the front plate portion 42, and the decorative plate of the first movable member 51A. It is formed in a shape that substantially matches the portion 52A. In the second movable member 61A, a shaft hole 63A is formed at a position aligned with the shaft hole 53A of the first movable member 51A in the front-rear direction, and the shaft plate 63A is provided with the front plate portion 42. The second movable member 61A is rotatably supported with respect to the base member 41 by inserting the support shaft 41A. A first guide roller 64A that slidably faces a first guide hole 55A formed in the first movable member 51A is rotatably supported on the lower edge of the second movable member 61A. The first guide roller 64A moves along the first guide hole 55A during the rotation of the first movable member 51A. Then, as the first movable member 51A rotates from the housing position toward the movable position, an end 55A 1 that is separated from the decorative plate portion 52A in the first guide hole 55A (hereinafter referred to as a separated end). After the first guide roller 64A comes into contact with the first movable member 51A, the second movable member 61A is lifted with the rotation of the first movable member 51A (see FIG. 10C). Further, in a state where each of the first and second movable members 51A, 61A is in the storage position, an end 55A 2 (hereinafter referred to as a base end) connected to the decorative plate portion 52A in the first guide hole 55A. The first guide roller 64A abuts to restrict the rotation of the first movable member 51A, and the first movable member 51A is held at the storage position (see FIG. 10A). As shown in FIGS. 6 (a) and 10 (a), when the first movable member 51A is in the storage position, the first movable member 51A is slightly lower than the second movable member 61A. The first movable member 51A is rotated and held so that the first movable member 51A does not protrude upward from the second movable member 61A (the fourth movable member 51B which is symmetrical in FIG. 9 is the fifth movable member). The state where it does not protrude upward from 61B is shown).

Similarly, the fifth movable member 61B is inserted into the shaft hole 63B formed in the decorative plate portion 62B facing the front plate portion 42 through the support shaft 41B provided in the front plate portion 42. The first guide hole 55B provided in the fourth movable member 51B is supported by the first guide roller 64B rotatably supported by the lower end edge of the fifth movable member 61B during the rotation of the fourth movable member 51B. To move along. Further, as the fourth movable member 51B rotates from the housing position toward the movable position, an end portion 55B 1 that is separated from the decorative plate portion 52B in the first guide hole 55B (hereinafter referred to as a separated end portion). After the first guide roller 64B comes into contact, the fifth movable member 61B is lifted as the fourth movable member 51B rotates, and the fourth and fifth movable members 51B and 61B are in the receiving positions. In the state, the first guide roller 64B comes into contact with the end 55B 2 (hereinafter referred to as the base end) connected to the decorative plate 52B in the first guide hole 55B, and the fourth movable member 51B is held in the storage position. (See FIGS. 10 (a) and 10 (c)). Further, in a state where the fourth movable member 51B is in the storage position, the fourth movable member 51B does not protrude upward from the fifth movable member 61B (see FIGS. 9 and 10A).

  Here, the length of the first guide holes 55A and 55B formed in the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B is such that the first guide rollers 64A and 64B are the ends of the first guide holes 55A and 55B. The second and fifth movable members 61A and 61B (decorative plate portions 62A and 62B) corresponding to the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B (decorative plate portions 52A and 52B) in a state of contacting the portion. Are set so as to overlap in the front-rear direction, so that the symbol display device 87 is not directly visible from between the first and second movable members 51A, 61A and between the fourth and fifth movable members 51B, 61B.

  Further, the second and fifth movable members 61A and 61B have second guide holes 65A extending concentrically with the shaft holes 63A and 63B (support shafts 41A and 41B) at the lower ends of the housing positions. , 65B extend downward by a predetermined length, and second guide rollers 74A, 74B (described later) provided on the corresponding third and sixth movable members 71A, 71B are second guide holes 65A, 65B. It is configured to face slidably.

(About the third movable member 71A and the sixth movable member 71B)
As shown in FIG. 8 (c), the third movable member 71A has a decorative plate portion 72A formed in a horizontally long flat plate shape facing the front plate portion 42, and the decorative plate of the third movable member 71A. The portion 72A is formed so as to be aligned with the decorative plate portion 52A of the first movable member 51A and the decorative plate portion 62A of the second movable member 61A. In the third movable member 71A, a shaft hole 73A is formed at a position aligned in the front-rear direction with the shaft holes 53A, 63A of the first and second movable members 51A, 61A, and the front plate is formed in the shaft hole 73A. The third movable member 71 </ b> A is rotatably supported with respect to the base member 41 by inserting the corresponding support shaft 41 </ b> A provided in the portion 42. A second guide roller 74A that slidably faces a second guide hole 65A formed in the second movable member 61A is rotatably supported on the lower end edge of the third movable member 71A. The second guide roller 74A moves along the second guide hole 65A during the rotating operation of the second movable member 61A. Then, as the second movable member 61A rotates from the housing position toward the movable position, an end portion 65A 1 that is separated from the decorative plate portion 62A in the second guide hole 65A (hereinafter referred to as a separated end portion). After the second guide roller 74A comes into contact with the second movable member 61A, the third movable member 71A is lifted with the rotation of the second movable member 61A (see FIG. 11A). Further, in a state where each of the second and third movable members 61A, 71A is in the storage position, an end 65A 2 (hereinafter referred to as a base end) connected to the decorative plate 62A in the second guide hole 65A. The second guide roller 74A abuts to restrict the rotation of the second movable member 61A, and the second movable member 61A is held at the storage position (see FIG. 10C). As shown in FIG. 9, in a state where the second movable member 61A is in the storage position, the second movable member 61A and the third movable member 71A overlap in the front-rear direction so as to be aligned in the front-rear direction. As shown in FIG. 8, the extension dimension of the first guide hole 55A formed in the first movable member 51A is the extension dimension of the second guide hole 65A formed in the second movable member 61A. is set longer than the size, with the base end portion 55A 2 of the first guide hole 55A has the first guide roller 64A in contact, the base end portion 65A 2 of the second guide hole 65A and the second guide roller 74A those In the state of contact, the upper end edge of the first movable member 51A is positioned below the upper end edges of the second and third movable members 61A, 71A, and the front side of the first movable member 51A is the second and third movable members. It is configured to be covered with 61A and 71A.

Similarly, the sixth movable member 71B is inserted into the shaft hole 73B formed in the decorative plate portion 72B facing the front plate portion 42 through the support shaft 41B provided in the front plate portion 42. The second guide hole provided in the fifth movable member 61B is supported by the second guide roller 74B that is rotatably supported by the lower end edge of the sixth movable member 71B during the rotation of the fifth movable member 61B. It moves along 65B. Further, the fifth with the movable member 61B is housed position to rotate toward the movable position, after the second guide roller 74B in the divided end portion 65B 1 of the second guide hole 65B is in contact with, said With the rotation of the fifth movable member 61B, the sixth movable member 71B is lifted, and in a state where each of the fifth and sixth movable members 61B, 71B is in the storage position, the decorative plate portion 62B in the second guide hole 65B The second guide roller 74B comes into contact with the connecting end portion 65B 2 (hereinafter referred to as a base end portion), and the fifth movable member 61B is held at the storage position (see FIGS. 10C and 11A). . As shown in FIG. 9, when the fifth movable member 61B is in the storage position, the fifth movable member 61B and the sixth movable member 71B overlap in the front-rear direction so as to be aligned in the front-rear direction. Further, as shown in FIG. 8, the extension dimension of the first guide hole 55B formed in the fourth movable member 51B is the extension dimension of the second guide hole 65B formed in the fifth movable member 61B. is set longer than the size, with the base end portion 55B 2 of the first guide hole 55B is the first guide roller 64B abuts, the base end portion 65B 2 of the second guide hole 65B and the second guide roller 74B person In the state of contact, the upper edge of the fourth movable member 51B is positioned below the upper edge of the fifth and sixth movable members 61B, 71B, and the front side of the fourth movable member 51B is the fifth and sixth movable members. It is configured to be covered with 61B and 71B.

  Here, the left and right accommodating portions 44A and 44B of the base member 41 have the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B in a state where the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B are in the accommodated positions. Buffer members 76A and 76B that contact the lower end portions are provided, and when the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B are moved from the movable position toward the storage position, each of the movable members 71A and 71B is provided. Is abutted against the corresponding buffer members 76A and 76B, and the movement is restricted. Here, as the buffer members 76A and 76B, various rubber materials such as urethane rubber and silicone rubber, resin foams such as polyurethane foam, and elastic members such as springs are suitably employed.

  Further, the formation angle θ of the second guide hole 65A with respect to the support shaft 41A is set to be substantially the same as the formation angle θ of the first guide hole 55A with respect to the support shaft 41A. That is, the angle at which the second movable member 61A is lifted and rotated with the rotation of the first movable member 51A, and the third movable member 71A is lifted and rotated with the rotation of the second movable member 61A. The angles are substantially the same, and when the first to third movable members 51A, 61A, 71A are rotated and moved to the movable positions, the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A are substantially equal. It is exposed inside the opening of the frame-shaped decorative body 20 in a state where the angle is expanded. Similarly, the angle at which the fifth movable member 61B is lifted and rotated with the rotation of the fourth movable member 51B, and the sixth movable member 71B is lifted with the rotation of the fifth movable member 61B. The rotation angles are configured to be substantially the same, and when each of the fourth to sixth movable members 51B, 61B, 71B is rotated and moved to the movable position, the movable members 51B, 61B, 71B are substantially equal. It is exposed inside the opening of the frame-shaped decorative body 20 in a state where the angle is expanded. That is, each of the first to sixth movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B expands in a fan shape at equal intervals, so that the design performance when the movable effect device 40 is movable is improved.

(About the operation mode of the movable effect device 40)
Next, the operation mode of the movable effect device 40 will be described in relation to the drive control of the drive motor 46 by the drive control device. In addition, it demonstrates on the basis of the state which each movable member 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B in the 1st and 2nd fan movable bodies 47 and 48 is stopped in the accommodation position. 10 to 11 are schematic views showing the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B in the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 viewed from the back side. . When a predetermined predetermined operating condition is satisfied when a pachinko ball is won in the winning opening 22a of the start winning device 22, a pulse signal is output from the drive control device to each of the drive motors 46 to be operated. The The drive motor 46 corresponding to the first fan movable body 47 and the drive motor 46 corresponding to the second fan movable body 48 are synchronously controlled so that the rotation directions of the motors are opposite, The first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B of the respective fan movable bodies 47, 48 connected to the drive motor 46 start to rotate from the housing position toward the movable position so that the contact surfaces 57A, 57B are close to each other. .

At this time, the first guide roller 64A provided in the first the fan movable member 47, the second movable member 61A in spaced end portions 55A 1 of the first guide hole 55A with the rotation of the first movable member 51A (See FIG. 10C), the second movable member 61A starts rotating from the accommodation position toward the movable position along with the rotation of the first movable member 51A, and the second movable member 61A rotates. When the second guide rollers 74A provided in the third movable member 71A in spaced end portions 65A 1 of the second guide hole 65A with the abut, said third movable member 71A and the second movable member 61A (i.e. the As the first movable member 51A) rotates, the rotation starts from the accommodation position toward the movable position. Similarly, in the second fan movable body 48, the fourth movable member 51B is rotated, the fifth movable member 61B is rotated after a predetermined time, and then the sixth movable member 71B is rotated.

  Here, as shown in FIG. 10B, the corresponding position detection sensors 59A and 59B detect the position detection pieces 56A and 56B formed on the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B (see FIG. (From the storage position to the original position) is driven at the first speed where the rotational speed of the drive motors 46, 46 is low, and the first and the first positions to the original positions where the position detection sensors 59A, 59B do not detect the position detection pieces 56A, 56B When the fourth movable members 51A and 51B rotate, the rotation of the drive motors 46 and 46 is accelerated to a second speed that is faster than the first speed. When each of the first to sixth movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B is sequentially rotated to approach the movable position as the drive motors 46, 46 are driven (for example, each movable member is The rotation of the drive motor 46 is decelerated from the second speed to the first speed, and in this state, the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member are moved to the movable position. 51B abuts (see FIG. 11B). That is, by decelerating to the first speed before the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B abut, damage when both the movable members 51A and 51B abut are effectively prevented.

  Further, the drive control device is configured so that the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A, 71A The drive motor 46 is driven and controlled to rotate 51B, 61B, 71B. For example, in the design, when the drive motor 46 is rotated by 300 milliseconds to move from the accommodation position to the movable position, the drive motor 46 is set to be driven by an extra 50 milliseconds at the first speed. As a result, the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B of the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are reliably moved to the movable position and spread in a fan shape, and the first and fourth movable members are moved. The contact surfaces 57A and 57B of the members 51A and 51B come into contact with each other and the permanent magnets 58A and 58B are magnetized.

  At the movable position, a pulse signal is output to the drive motors 46 and 46 over a predetermined time (for example, 1000 milliseconds), and the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are pressed against each other. Driven in the direction. That is, in addition to the force with which the permanent magnets 58A and 58B are magnetically attached, the contact surfaces 57A and 57B of the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are pressed against each other, whereby both contact surfaces 57A and 57B. Is surely brought into close contact.

On the other hand, when the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are moved from the movable position to the storage position, the drive motors 46 and 46 are rotated so as to be reverse to the rotation from the storage position to the movable position. Each of 46 is driven and controlled synchronously, whereby the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B of the respective fan movable bodies 47, 48 start to rotate so as to be separated from each other. At this time, in the first fan movable body 47, the second movable member 61A and the third movable member 71A are each formed on the first movable member 51A because a force that rotates toward the accommodation position by its own weight acts on each of the second movable member 61A and the third movable member 71A. together with the first guide roller 64A provided on the second movable member 61A in spaced end portions 55A 1 of the first guide hole 55A abuts, the divided end portion 65A 1 of the second guide hole 65A formed in the second movable member 61A The second guide roller 74A provided on the third movable member 71A rotates while moving from the movable position toward the accommodation position. Then, as shown in FIG. 11A, when the third movable member 71A rotates to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44A of the base member 41, the third movable member 71A comes into contact with the buffer member 76A. The rotation of the member 71A is restricted, and the first movable member 51A and the second movable member 61A rotate toward the respective accommodation positions. Further, as shown in FIG. 10 (c), when the second movable member 61A is rotated to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44A, the second guide roller 74A is moved to the proximal end portion of the second guide hole 65A. 65A 2 in the rotation of the contact with the second movable member 61A is restricted, the first movable member 51A rotates toward the accommodation of a corresponding position. As shown in FIG. 10A, when the first movable member 51A rotates to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44A, the first guide roller 64A is the base end portion of the first guide hole 55A. rotation of the first movable member 51A is regulated in contact with the 55A 2, first to third movable member 51A, 61A, 71A is accommodated in the accommodation position corresponding to the respective overlapped back and forth.

Similarly, the second fan movable body 48 is formed on the fourth movable member 51B because a force rotating toward the accommodation position by its own weight acts on each of the fifth movable member 61B and the sixth movable member 71B. together with the first guide roller 64B provided on the divided end portion 55B 1 of the first guide hole 55B to the fifth movable member 61B abuts, the divided end portion 65B 1 of the second guide hole 65B formed in the fifth movable member 61B The second guide roller 74B provided on the sixth movable member 71B rotates from the movable position toward the accommodation position while being in contact with the second guide roller 74B. As shown in FIG. 11A, when the sixth movable member 71B rotates to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44B of the base member 41, the sixth movable member 71B comes into contact with the buffer member 76B and becomes sixth movable. The rotation of the member 71B is restricted, and the fourth movable member 51B and the fifth movable member 61B rotate toward the respective accommodation positions. Further, as shown in FIG. 10 (c), when the fifth movable member 61B rotates to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44B, the second guide roller 74B is moved to the proximal end portion of the second guide hole 65B. the fifth and the rotation of the movable member 61B is restricted by contact with the 65B 2, the fourth movable member 51B rotates toward the accommodation of a corresponding position. When the fourth movable member 51B rotates to the accommodation position and is accommodated in the accommodation portion 44B (see FIG. 10A), the first guide roller 64B is the base end portion 55B 2 of the first guide hole 55B. The fourth movable member 51B is restricted from rotating, and the fourth to sixth movable members 51B, 61B, 71B are accommodated in the corresponding accommodating positions respectively in the front-rear direction.

  Here, each of the drive motors 46, 46 is driven at a low first speed at the start of operation toward the storage position, and after a certain period of time (for example, 4 milliseconds have elapsed), the drive motors 46, 46 are driven. When the position detection sensors 59A and 59B detect the position detection pieces 56A and 56B (that is, the original positions), the rotation speed of each drive motor 46 is reduced to the first speed. The When each movable member 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B moves to the accommodation position, a pulse signal is output to the drive motor 46 over a predetermined time (for example, 1000 milliseconds), and the drive motor After driving 46 and 46, drive control is performed so that energization to the drive motor 46 is stopped. That is, the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B are accommodated in the state where the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B of the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are accommodated in the accommodation positions. , 61B, 71B are pressed against the members that restrict the respective rotations (that is, the first guide rollers 64A, 64B, the second guide rollers 74A, 74B, the buffer members 76A, 76B), and the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A are pressed. , 51B, 61B, 71B can be reliably moved to the storage position. The drive motors 46 and 46 are excited while the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, and 71B are stopped and held. It will not lead to damage.

  A case will be described in which a predetermined swing effect condition is established at the time of winning a pachinko ball in the winning opening 22a of the start winning device 22. When the swing effect condition is satisfied, a pulse signal is output from the drive control device to the drive motors 46 and 46 under the control condition related to the swing effect, and each drive motor 46 is operated. At the time of this swing effect, the drive control device receives the contact surfaces 57A and 57B of the first movable member 51A of the first fan movable body 47 and the fourth movable member 51B of the second fan movable body 48. Until contact is made, the drive motor 46 is controlled under the same control conditions as described above. When the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B of the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 come into contact with each other and are magnetized by the magnetic force of the permanent magnets 58A and 58B, the first fan movable body 47 corresponds to the first fan movable body 47. The speed and timing at which the pulse signal is sent to the driving motor 46 is set to be different from the speed and timing at which the pulse signal is sent to the driving motor 46 corresponding to the second fan movable body 48.

  Specifically, in the embodiment, after the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B come into contact, the input speed of the pulse signal to the drive motor 46 of the second fan movable body 48 is the first fan. It is set to be twice the input speed of the pulse signal to the drive motor 46 of the movable body 47, and the input timing of the pulse signal to each drive motor 46 is set to be shifted. That is, in a state where the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are in contact with each other, the first movable member 51A is operated to be pressed against the fourth movable member 51B, and the fourth movable member 51B is moved to the first movable member. The member 51A is operated to press, and in this state, the timing at which the first movable member 51A presses the fourth movable member 51B is different from the timing at which the fourth movable member 51B presses the first movable member 51A. The balance of the pressing force acting between the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B is configured to be unbalanced. Accordingly, the force by which the first movable member 51A presses the fourth movable member 51B is increased, and the fourth movable member 51B is slightly pushed back toward the accommodation position, and the fourth movable member 51B is moved to the first movable member 51A. The first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are vibrated in the left-right direction by repeating the operation in which the first pressing member 51 </ b> A is slightly pushed back toward the storage position side. Can be done. At this time, the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B are always pressed against each other in addition to the force of magnetic attachment by the magnetic force of the permanent magnets 58A and 58B (the contact surfaces 57A and 57B are in close contact with each other). Therefore, it is possible to prevent the contact surfaces 57A and 57B from separating from each other and create an unnatural gap, and the design of the movable effect device 40 is not impaired.

(Effects of Example)
As described above, in the movable effect device 40 according to the embodiment, the first movable member 51A of the first fan movable body 47 and the fourth movable member 48 of the second fan movable body 48 are operated by the operation of the drive motors 46, 46. When the member 51B rotates and moves from the storage position to the movable position and the respective contact surfaces 57A and 57B come into contact with each other, the permanent magnets 58A and 58B provided on the both movable members 51A and 51B are magnetically attached. The contact surfaces 57A and 57B are held in contact. Accordingly, it is possible to prevent the two movable members 51A and 51B from being separated by the repulsive force generated when the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B are rotated by the operation of the drive motors 46 and 46. Accordingly, when the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B of the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are rotated from the housing position to the movable position, the first and fourth movable members 51A are provided. , 51B can be prevented from generating an unnatural gap, the design of the movable effect device 40 can be improved, and the effect of the movable effect device 40 can be enhanced.

  In the embodiment, the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B (contact surfaces 57A and 57B) are operated to be pressed against each other in a state where the contact surfaces 57A and 57B are in contact. Further, it is possible to more reliably prevent an unnatural gap between the movable members 51 </ b> A and 51 </ b> B, thereby achieving an improvement in design of the movable effect device 40. Further, when the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are operated, the movable members 51A and 51B are used to prevent a gap from being generated between the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B. Therefore, the movable members 51A and 51B can be smoothly rotated unnaturally, and the impact given to the player by the operation of the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 can be reduced. It is possible to increase the range of game production. In the embodiment, the first movable member 51A and the fourth movable member 51B are decelerated to the first speed before coming into contact with each other, thereby preventing damage when both the movable members 51A and 51B are brought into contact with each other. . Therefore, the first speed may be set to a speed that can prevent damage when both the movable members 51A and 51B are in contact with each other, and when the damage at the time of contact need not be considered. Need not be decelerated before the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B abut.

  The first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are held by magnetizing the permanent magnets 58A and 58B provided on the movable members 51A and 51B. For this reason, when the contact surfaces 57A and 57B of the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B contact each other, the front surfaces of the decorative plate portions 52A and 52B of the movable members 51A and 51B are displaced forward and backward. Even so, it is possible to reliably hold the decorative plate portions 52A and 52B in a predetermined position where the front surfaces of the decorative plate portions 52A and 52B are aligned by trying to magnetically adhere in a stable positional relationship by the attractive force and repulsive force acting between the permanent magnets 58A and 58B. That is, it is possible to prevent an unnatural step between the flat decorative plate portions 52A and 52B, and to improve the design of the movable effect device 40. Further, the decorative plate portions of the second movable member 61A driven by the first movable member 51A are magnetically attached in such a manner that the front surfaces of the decorative plate portions 52A and 52B of the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are aligned. 62A and the front surface of the decorative plate portion 62B of the fifth movable member 61B driven by the fourth movable member 51B, and the decorative plate portion 72A and the fourth movable member 51B of the third movable member 71A similarly driven by the first movable member 51A. The front of the sixth movable member 71B to be driven and the front surface of the decorative plate portion 72B are naturally held in a substantially aligned posture so as to be positioned on the same plane, and the overall design of the movable effect device 40 is unified. Can do.

  In the state where the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are operated, the movable members 51A and 51A are arranged on the front side of the display surface of the symbol display device 87 where a symbol combination game with a high degree of player's attention is performed. Since 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B are positioned so as to overlap, it is possible to give a strong impact to the player during the operation of the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48, and to improve the fun of the game obtain. Further, since the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B constituting the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are formed of a transparent synthetic resin material, the display surface of the symbol display device 87 is displayed. Even when the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, and 71B overlap each other, the symbol combination game performed on the symbol display device 87 can be viewed from the player side, and the first and second fan movable The effect displayed on the symbol display device 87 can be enjoyed at the same time as the effect by the operation of the bodies 47 and 48. On the other hand, in the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B, shield portions 60A and 60B that cover the permanent magnets 58A and 58B in a transparent manner are provided at front positions corresponding to the permanent magnets 58A and 58B. Therefore, when the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are operated, it is possible to prevent the permanent magnets 58A and 58B that are not directly related to the game effect from being visually recognized from the player side. It is possible to prevent the designability of the 40 from being lowered, and it does not give a sense of incongruity when the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are operated, thereby reducing the interest.

Further, when the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are rotated from the movable position toward the storage position by the operation of the drive motors 46, 46, as described above, the third movable member is used. Since each of 71A and the sixth movable member 71B is supported in contact with the buffer members 76A and 76B provided on the base member 41, the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B are moved to the storage position. The shock is absorbed and relaxed by the buffer members 76A and 76B, and it is possible to prevent problems such as damage. When the second and fifth movable members 61A and 61B are moved to the storage positions, the base end portions 65A 2 and 65B 2 of the second guide holes 65A and 65B are moved to the second guide rollers 74A and 74B. Abutted and supported. At this time, since the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B provided with the second guide rollers 74A and 74B are in contact with and supported by the buffer members 76A and 76B, they are supported by the second guide rollers 74A and 74B. The shock when the base end portions 65A 2 and 65B 2 of the second guide holes 65A and 65B come into contact can be absorbed and alleviated by the buffer members 76A and 76B, and the second and fifth movable members 61A and 61B move to the accommodation positions. It is possible to prevent problems such as damage from occurring. Similarly, when the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are moved to the storage positions, the base end portions 55A 2 and 55B 2 of the first guide holes 55A and 55B are moved to the first guide rollers 64A and 64B. Is supported by contact. At this time, the second and fifth movable members 61A and 61B provided with the first guide rollers 64A and 64B are indirectly connected to the buffer members 76A and 76B via the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B. Since the base end portions 55A 2 and 55B 2 of the first guide holes 55A and 55B are in contact with the first guide rollers 64A and 64B, the shock absorbing members 76A and 76B absorb and mitigate the impact. In addition, it is possible to prevent problems such as damage when the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are moved to the accommodation positions.

  As described above, when the first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 are operated by providing the buffer members 76A and 76B and supporting the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B in contact with each other. Can be effectively absorbed and mitigated. Further, by providing the buffer members 76A and 76B to absorb and mitigate the impact, when the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, and 71B are rotated from the movable positions to the accommodation positions, the movable members 51A , 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B, it is not necessary to loosen the rotation speed, so that the impact of the rotation operation can be increased and the range of game effects can be widened. That is, in the movable effect device 40 of the embodiment, the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B constituting the first and second fan movable bodies 47, 48 are replaced with the first guide holes 55A, 55B and the first guide holes 55A, 55B. Since the two guide holes 65A and 65B are connected to each other, the timings at which the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, and 71B move to the storage positions are different. For this reason, in order to quickly move the entire first and second fan movable bodies 47 and 48 to the accommodation position, it is necessary to increase the rotational speed of the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B. At this time, the shock-absorbing members 76A and 76B come into contact with the third and sixth movable members 71A and 71B, so that the impact when the movable members 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B and 71B are moved to the storage positions is received. The buffer members 76A and 76B can be effectively absorbed and relaxed, and there is no problem such as damage. Further, the shock when each movable member 51A, 61A, 71A, 51B, 61B, 71B is moved to the accommodation position is provided only by providing the buffer members 76A, 76B corresponding to the third and sixth movable members 71A, 71B. Therefore, there is an advantage that the manufacturing cost can be reduced and the manufacturing process can be simplified.

  In the embodiment, in the state where the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are held at the storage positions, the front surfaces of the first and fourth movable members 51A and 51B are the second and third at the storage positions. The fifth and sixth movable members 61A, 71A, 61B, 71B are covered. For this reason, the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B are not visually recognized from the front side at the storage position, and the design of the movable effect device 40 is not impaired. In particular, in the embodiment, when the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B are accommodated in the accommodation positions, the upper edge of the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B is the second, third, fifth, sixth. Positioning below the upper end edge of the movable members 61A, 71A, 61B, 71B, the first and fourth movable members 51A, 51B are more reliably prevented from being visually recognized from the front and deteriorating in appearance.

[Example of change]
The configuration of the gaming machine is not limited to that of the embodiment, and various changes can be made. For example, in the embodiment, the game board is configured by laminating a transparent plate and a back unit. However, the game board may be configured by a single veneer board or a synthetic resin board, or by laminating three or more members. You may make it comprise.

  In the embodiment, as the movable body provided in the movable effect device, the fan movable body in which the three movable members expand in a fan shape is shown. However, the present invention is not limited to this. For example, two or four or more movable members may be configured to expand in a fan shape, or one movable member may be configured to rotate independently. And as a movable body, it is not restricted to what operate | moves so that it may expand in fan shape, It can also be comprised so that it may move in parallel up and down or right and left.

  In the embodiment, in the movable body (fan movable body) in the movable effect device, a plurality of movable members are connected and connected by inserting a guide roller provided in the other movable member into a guide hole provided in one movable member. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and various drive transmission mechanisms can be employed. For example, a mechanism that transmits a driving force by combining a plurality of gears, a rack and pinion mechanism, a mechanism that transmits a driving force using a belt, and other conventionally known configurations can be employed.

  In the embodiment, two sets of movable bodies (fan movable bodies) are provided in the movable rendering device so as to be positioned at the lower edge portion of the visible display window of the symbol display device. It may be arranged at the edge. Of course, the shape and configuration of the movable member constituting the movable body are not limited to those of the embodiment.

  In the embodiment, when the movable body of the movable effect device is operated, the movable body is configured to overlap the front side of the symbol display device. However, the movable display device may be configured not to overlap with the symbol display device during the operation of the movable body. .

  In the embodiment, when a permanent magnet is disposed on each of the movable members constituting the two sets of movable bodies (first and second fan movable bodies) provided in the movable effect device, the movable members come into contact with each other. Although the permanent magnets are configured to be magnetized, the magnet is disposed on at least one movable body side, and a magnetized member capable of magnetizing the magnet is disposed on the other movable body side. For example, the magnetized member is made of a metal such as iron, cobalt or nickel, or a ferromagnetic material such as iron oxide, and the contact surfaces of the first and second movable bodies are contacted by the operation of the driving means. The magnet is configured to be magnetized to the magnetized member when in contact.

  In the embodiment, the movable members constituting the two sets of movable bodies (first and second fan movable bodies) provided in the movable effect device are in contact with each other, and are provided corresponding to each movable member. The driving means is driven so that the movable body performs a swinging effect. However, only the driving means corresponding to one of the movable bodies in the state where the first and second movable bodies are in contact with each other. The two movable bodies magnetically attached by the magnetic force of the magnet can be reciprocated integrally by being operated so as to be reciprocally rotated in the reverse direction. That is, since the first and second movable bodies are held in contact with each other by the magnetic attachment of the magnet and the magnetized member, both the movable bodies are operated by operating the driving means to reciprocate one of the movable bodies. Can be reciprocated integrally so as to vibrate.

  In the embodiment, the case where the driving means is driven and controlled so that the two sets of movable bodies (first and second fan movable bodies) provided in the movable effect device expand in a fan shape at a time has been described. It is of course possible to operate it alone. Further, the control mode of the driving means is not limited to that of the embodiment, and can be arbitrarily changed.

  In the embodiment, a pachinko machine has been described as an example of the gaming machine. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and various conventionally known gaming machines such as an arrangement ball machine and a pinball machine can be adopted. Further, the symbol display device is not limited to the one using the liquid crystal panel, and a drum type, a belt type, and other types of symbol display devices can also be employed.

It is a front view which shows the pachinko machine which concerns on the Example of this invention. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example. It is the side view which decomposed | disassembled the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example, (a) shows the state which has the 1st and 2nd fan movable body in an accommodation position, (b) is the 1st and 2nd fan movable body. Shows a state in which is rotated to the movable position. It is a rear view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example, (a) shows the state which has the 1st and 2nd fan movable body in an accommodation position, (b) is the 1st and 2nd fan movable body. Shows a state in which is rotated to the movable position. It is a perspective view shown in the state which looked at the movable production device concerning an example from the back side, Comprising: It shows in the state where the 1st fan movable body and a motor fixed board were omitted. It is a rear view which shows each movable member which comprises the 1st fan movable body which concerns on an Example, (a) shows a 1st movable member, (b) shows a 2nd movable member, (c) is A 3rd movable member is shown. It is a side view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state which has a 1st and 2nd fan movable body in an accommodation position. It is the schematic which showed the state which looked at each movable member in the 1st and 2nd fan movable body from the back side, (a) shows the state which each movable member exists in an accommodation position, (b) is 1st And (c) shows the state in which the first guide roller is in contact with the separated end portion of the first guide hole in the first and fourth movable members, and the second and fifth movable members. The state which the 2nd guide roller is contact | abutting to the base end part of the 2nd guide hole in is shown. It is the schematic which showed the state which looked at each movable member in the 1st and 2nd fan movable body from the back side, Comprising: (a) is a 1st and 4th movable member in the separated end part of the 1st guide hole. A state in which the first guide roller is in contact and the second guide roller is in contact with the separated end portion of the second guide hole in the second and fifth movable members is shown.

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12 game board 12a game area 40 movable effect device
41 Base member
41A spindle
41B spindle
42 front plate portion 46 drive motor ( first drive motor, second drive motor )
47 First fan movable body (first movable body)
48 Second fan movable body (second movable body)
51A First movable member (driving side movable member)
51B Fourth movable member (drive-side movable member)
52A Decorative plate (first plate)
52B Decorative plate (second plate)
53A Shaft hole
53B Shaft hole
55A 1st guide hole (guide hole)
55B 1st guide hole (guide hole)
57A contact surface 57B abutting surface 58A permanent magnet (magnet)
58B permanent magnet (magnetically attracted member)
61A Second movable member (driven movable member)
61B Fifth movable member (driven movable member)
64A First guide roller (guide roller)
64B 1st guide roller (guide roller)
71A Third movable member (driven movable member)
71B Sixth movable member (driven movable member)
76A cushioning member
76B Buffer member 87 Symbol display device

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  1. In a gaming machine in which a game area in which a game ball is launched is defined on a game board, and a movable effect device having a movable body is arranged in the game area of the game board,
    The movable effect device is:
    A first drive motor and a second drive motor which are operated by inputting a pulse signal from the drive control device when a predetermined operation condition is established;
    A first movable body that operates by operation of the first drive motor;
    A second movable body that operates by the operation of the second drive motor,
    Said first movable member and the second movable body is configured to be reciprocated in a direction toward and away from each other by the operation of the corresponding drive motor, the two movable bodies upon approach movement to one another abut As
    On the contact surface where the first movable body and the second movable body abut, a magnet is disposed on at least one of the movable bodies, and a magnetized member capable of magnetizing the magnet on the other movable body is provided. Arranged so that when the contact surfaces of the first and second movable bodies come into contact with each other by the operation of the drive motor , the magnet is magnetically attached to the magnetic attachment member ,
    A speed and timing at which the drive control device sends a pulse signal to a first drive motor corresponding to the first movable body in a state in which the first movable body and the second movable body are in contact and magnetically attached; The drive control device is set to vary the speed and timing of sending a pulse signal to the second drive motor corresponding to the second movable body, and the first movable body presses the second movable body. A gaming machine , wherein the timing is different from the timing at which the second movable body presses the first movable body .
  2.   The first drive motor is driven at a low first speed when the first movable body is moved from a position separated from the second movable body to a position where the first movable body is in contact with the second movable body. Later, it is accelerated to a second speed higher than the first speed, and decelerated from the second speed to the first speed before moving to a position where it abuts against the second movable body,
      The second drive motor is driven at a low first speed when the second movable body is moved from a position separated from the first movable body to a position where the second movable motor contacts the first movable body. 2. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the motor is accelerated to a second speed that is higher than the first speed and decelerated from the second speed to the first speed before moving to a position that contacts the first movable body. Game machines.
  3. The first movable body includes a first plate portion formed in a flat plate shape and a first plate portion provided at an edge of the first plate portion adjacent to the second movable body when the first drive motor is operated. And a support shaft is inserted into a shaft hole formed at one end of the first plate portion, and is supported rotatably about the support shaft.
    On the back side of the first plate portion in the first contact surface, the magnet or the magnetized member is disposed biased toward the other end side away from the shaft hole ,
    The second movable body is provided at the edge of the second plate portion formed in a flat plate shape and the second plate portion adjacent to the first movable body when the second drive motor is operated. A second abutting surface that abuts the first abutting surface, and a support shaft is inserted into a shaft hole formed at one end of the second plate portion, and is supported rotatably about the support shaft. ,
    The second said at contact surface on the back side of the second plate portion, the magnet or magnetically attracted member and biased to the other end side away from the shaft hole is arranged,
    The magnet and the magnetized member are configured to be magnetized when the first contact surface of the first movable body and the second contact surface of the second movable body are in contact with each other. The gaming machine according to 1 or 2.
  4. The game board is provided with a symbol display device capable of variably displaying various symbols, and in a state where the first and second movable bodies are in contact with each other, at least a display surface of various symbols in the symbol display device Positioned so that both movable bodies overlap on the front side,
    Each of the first and second movable bodies is formed of a see-through member that can be seen through from the front of the display surface of the symbol display device that overlaps the front and rear, and at a front position corresponding to the magnet and the magnetized member. The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising a shielding portion that cannot see through the magnet and the magnetized member.
  5. The first movable body and the second movable body are supported so as to be able to reciprocate, and the first movable body and the second movable body are placed in front of the first movable body and the second movable body. A base member having a front plate portion that can be covered;
    The base member is provided with the first drive motor and the second drive motor, and the front surfaces of the first movable body and the second movable body corresponding to the respective drive motors are covered with the front plate portion. And is configured to reciprocate between a movable position that is separated from the storage position and the front plate portion and is visibly exposed from the front side of the game board,
    Each of the first movable body and the second movable body is:
    A drive-side movable member that is connected in a connected manner so that a driving force is directly transmitted from the corresponding drive motor and moves between the accommodation position and the movable position;
    A driven-side movable member connected to the driving-side movable member and biased toward the accommodation position by its own weight and moved between the accommodation position and the movable position as the driving-side movable member moves. Become
    A buffer member is provided on the base member so as to contact the driven movable member of the first and second movable bodies moved from the movable position to the storage position by the first and second drive motors,
    A guide hole is formed in the driving side movable member, and a guide roller that slidably faces the guide hole of the driving side movable member is rotatably supported by the driven side movable member, and the driving side movable member is accommodated. In the position, the guide roller abuts on one end of the guide hole, and the guide roller moves along the guide hole when the drive side movable member moves.
    When the drive side movable member moves from the storage position toward the movable position, the driven roller moves from the storage position to the movable position by the guide roller coming into contact with the other end of the guide hole. And
    When the drive-side movable member moves from the movable position toward the accommodation position, the driven-side movable member is self-weighted from the movable position toward the accommodation position while the guide roller is in contact with the other end of the guide hole. The driven-side movable member that has been moved to the accommodation position is abutted against the buffer member and restricted in movement, and the drive-side movable member is moved to the accommodation position, so that the one end of the guide hole is moved to the accommodation position. The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4 , wherein the guide roller is in contact with the driving-side movable member so that movement of the driving-side movable member is restricted .
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