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JP5188058B2
JP5188058B2 JP2006311920A JP2006311920A JP5188058B2 JP 5188058 B2 JP5188058 B2 JP 5188058B2 JP 2006311920 A JP2006311920 A JP 2006311920A JP 2006311920 A JP2006311920 A JP 2006311920A JP 5188058 B2 JP5188058 B2 JP 5188058B2
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The present invention relates to a gaming machine represented by a pachinko gaming machine, a coin gaming machine, a slot machine and the like. Specifically, the display device is capable of changing the display state in accordance with the progress of the game, and the effect operating device attached to the normal position on the end side of the display surface of the display device, each of which can be identified The present invention relates to a gaming machine that performs a variable display of the identification information, derives and displays a display result, and controls the specific gaming state advantageous to the player when the display result becomes the specific display result.

As a game machine of this type, there is one that has been generally known in the past, in which a moving member as an effect operating device is attached to the upper part of a display device that displays an image. In such a gaming machine, the moving member can be moved downward to a position overlapping the display device, and a part of the image that has become invisible due to the movement of the moving member is reflected by a mirror to give the player Some of them were made visible (for example, see Patent Document 1).
JP-A-2005-159845

  However, in the conventional gaming machine, the moving member itself does not change even when the moving member moves, and the arrangement of the moving member is merely changed for the player side. That is, even if the effect operating device is moved to a position overlapping the display device, it is only possible to perform an effect in which the position of the effect operating device changes. As a result, the production using the production operation device becomes monotonous, and there is a possibility that the interest of the game is reduced.

  The present invention has been conceived in view of such circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine that can improve the interest of the game by performing an effect using an effect operating device.

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(1) A display device (liquid crystal display device 44b) capable of changing the display state in accordance with the progress of the game, and an effect operating device (enlarged) attached to a normal position (upward) on the end side of the display surface of the display device Type display device 101), a plurality of types of identification information (special symbols, decorative symbols) that can be distinguished from each other are displayed in a variable manner, and a display result is derived and displayed. The display result is a specific display result (big hit symbol) A gaming machine (pachinko gaming machine 1) that controls to a specific gaming state (big hit) advantageous to the player when
The production operating device is:
It is displaceable between the normal position (above) and a driving position overlapping with the display surface of the display device (a position overlapping with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b) , and at the normal position and the driving position. A first decorative body (first decorative body 110) that is visible to the player ;
Drive means for driving the first decorative body as the game progresses (arm members 121a, 121b, drive motors 124a, 124b, drive mechanisms 136a, 136b including worm gears and worm wheels);
A second decorative body (second decorative body 111) disposed on the display device side (rear surface side) of the first decorative body,
The second decorative body is displaced to a position overlapping with the first decorative body when the first decorative body is in the normal position (see FIG. 3A), and the first decorative body is moved to the driving position. When it is, it displaces to the position which protrudes from said 1st decoration body (refer FIG.3 (b)).

According to such a configuration, the effect operating device overlaps the display device with the state in which the second decorative body is accommodated on the display device side of the first decorative body at the normal position that is the end side of the display surface of the display device. The second decorative body can be changed to a state where the second decorative body protrudes from the display device side of the first decorative body at the position. In other words, the effect actuating device has a state in which the second decorative body is housed on the rear surface side of the first decorative body at a normal position that is the end side of the display surface of the display device, and a position that overlaps with the display device. By shifting the first decorative body and the second decorative body, the second decorative body protrudes and can be changed to a state where it is enlarged and viewed. Thereby, it is possible to perform a powerful effect that makes the effect actuating device look large while displacing the effect actuating device to a position overlapping the display surface of the display device, and it is possible to improve the fun of the game. Moreover, in the state displaced to the normal position which is the edge side of the display surface of a display apparatus, since an effect | action effect | action apparatus can be made into the state accommodated compactly, space saving can be achieved.

  Note that the display device described above may be a variable display device that performs variable display of a plurality of types of identification information each identifiable and derives and displays a display result, and also provides a predetermined effect according to the progress of the game. May be an effect display device.

(2) The driving means includes
Arm members (arm members 121a and 121b) that are rotatable about predetermined axes (rotating shafts, bearing portions 123a and 123b);
A drive unit for driving the arm member (drive motors 124a and 124b, drive mechanisms 136a and 136b including a worm gear and a worm wheel),
The arm member includes a first holding portion (shafts 125a and 125b) that holds the first decorative body at a position (tip) at a first distance from the shaft, and a space between the first holding portion and the shaft. A second holding portion (shafts 126a, 126b) for holding the second decorative body is formed at (intermediate position);
When the drive unit drives (rotates and swings) the arm member, the first decorative body and the second decorative body held by the arm member are displaced in conjunction with each other (FIG. 6). Etc.).

  According to such a configuration, the first decorative body and the second decorative body can be displaced by driving the common arm member. As a result, the number of members for displacing the first decorative body and the second decorative body can be reduced.

(3) At least one of the first decorative body and the second decorative body (first decorative body 110) is mounted with an electrical component (decorative body LED) to which power is supplied from a power supply line (wiring). ,
The arm member is formed with a housing portion (wiring housing portion) for guiding the power supply line to the electrical component.

  According to such a configuration, since the power supply line is accommodated in the accommodating portion of the arm member, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of inconvenience such as the power supply line being caught by the first decorative body or the second decorative body. can do. Further, even if the first decorative body and the second decorative body are displaced, the power supply line can be configured not to be shown to the player, so that the beauty can be improved.

(4) It further includes display device control means (production control microcomputer) for performing display control of the display device,
The display device includes a display area for displaying an image (display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b),
At least one of the first decorative body and the second decorative body has a transparent portion (a main portion 210a of the first decorative body 110 in the modification) having translucency,
In the display device control means, the first decorative body and the second decorative body are displaced, and the fluoroscopic portion included in at least one of the first decorative body and the second decorative body is a display area of the display device. Display control to display a specific image (display matched to the outer shape of the main part 210a, “S”, etc.) in the display area where the fluoroscopic part overlaps (see FIG. 12).

  According to such a configuration, in addition to the displacement of the first decorative body and the second decorative body, the specific image is displayed in the display area where the fluoroscopic portions overlap, so that it is possible to enrich the production variations. , You can improve the fun of the game.

  (5) The effect operating device includes an elastic body (tensile spring 195, torsion coil spring) that biases the second decorative body toward a position where the second decorative body protrudes from the position where the second decorative body protrudes from the first decorative body. ).

  According to such a configuration, the accommodation speed can be improved while reducing the addition when the second decorative body is accommodated on the display device side of the first decorative body. Moreover, rattling that occurs between the first decorative body and the second decorative body can be reduced.

(6) The driving means transmits a driving source (driving motors 124a and 124b) and a driving force supplied from the driving source to displace the first decorative body and the second decorative body (arm member). 121a, 121b, drive mechanisms 136a, 136b including worm gears and worm wheels,
The drive source is a motor;
The mechanism includes a worm gear provided on a rotating shaft of the motor, a worm wheel meshed with the worm gear, and a drive member connected to the worm wheel to drive at least the first decorative body. (See FIG. 6 and the like).

  According to such a configuration, when using a general one in which the torsion angle of the worm gear is smaller than the repose angle, or when using one that energizes the rotating shaft (rotor) in a stopped state when the motor is stopped, The first decorative body and the second decorative body can be maintained in a state where the motor is stopped.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings. In the following embodiments, a pachinko gaming machine is shown as an example of a gaming machine, but the present invention is not limited to this, and may be, for example, an image-type gaming machine, a coin gaming machine, a slot machine, or the like. Any gaming machine that allows a player to perform a predetermined game may be used. In the following description, the player side of the pachinko gaming machine 1 is represented by the front, front, front, front, and the opposite side of the player across the pachinko gaming machine 1 is back, back, rear, rear, back, Shown on the back. First, the overall configuration of the pachinko gaming machine 1 according to the embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 1 is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko gaming machine 1 includes an outer frame 2 that is formed into a vertically long frame, and is pivotally supported on one side of the outer frame 2 so as to be openable and closable. Of the front frame 3, a front door frame (glass frame) 4 that can be opened and closed at the upper front of the front frame 3, and an upper and lower opening at the lower front of the front frame 3. And a dish opening / closing frame 11. The main components provided in the front frame 3 include the front door frame 4, the game board 40, the lower tray 27, the ashtray unit 29, the operation handle 30, the mechanism plate, and the ball hitting device. The front frame 3 and the front door frame 4 are also called game frames. Although not shown, a card unit device for lending a game ball to a player (lending a ball) to the side of the pachinko gaming machine 1 may be provided.

  The front door frame 4 is provided with a circular see-through window 5 as a game opening through which a game area 41 of a game board 40 to be described later can be substantially seen through, and a multilayer glass plate is mounted from the back surface of the circular see-through window 5. It has become. The circular see-through window 5 and the multilayer glass plate are both formed in a vertically long circular shape. On the periphery of the front door frame 4, reinforcing peripheral frame ribs (not shown) are erected rearward, and further, by attaching reinforcing metal fittings with mounting screws along the reinforcing peripheral frame ribs, The strength is improved.

  Further, on the front side of the front door frame 4, along the outer periphery of the circular see-through window 5, an upper decorative unit 22 as a decorative member is disposed on the upper side, and a left decorative unit 23 as a covering member is disposed on the left side. A right decorative unit 24 as a covering member is provided, and a lower decorative unit 25 as a front component is provided at the lower part. The upper decoration unit 22 is provided on the front side of the front frame 3 so that the game effect LEDs 13, 14 a and 14 c and the game effect lamps 14 b and 14 d as light emitting members face, and the left decoration unit 23 and the right decoration unit 24. The game effect lamps 16a and 16b and the game effect lamps 17a and 17b as light emitting members are provided on the front side of the front frame 3 so as to face each other. These game effect LEDs 13, 14a, 14c and game effect lamps 14b, 14d, 16a, 16b, 17a, 17b are lit or blinked as a game effect according to the progress of the game, and when a special game state occurs. In addition to informing the player of the continuation time, the game atmosphere will be raised. Note that the special game state in the present embodiment is a specific game state (so-called big hit, etc.) that is advantageous to the player, and a probability fluctuation state (so-called probabilistic state, etc.) in which the probability of entering the specific game state is higher than the normal state. These include a variable display state (so-called variable display, etc.) in which each identifiable symbol is displayed in a variable manner (for example, scroll display), a time reduction state in which the variable time for performing variable display is reduced compared to the normal state. The state display and continuous operation number display 7 is an aspect (for example, probability) that can specify whether or not it is in a probability variation state, whether or not it is in a time shortening state, and the number of hits in the probability variation state. It is red when it is in the fluctuation state and repeats a cycle of blinking as many times as the number of consecutive big hits occurred in the probability fluctuation state and turning it off for a predetermined time. When it is in the time reduction state, it turns on blue Mode, a mode in which green is lit when in a non-probability variation state). The game effect LEDs 13, 14 a, 14 c and the game effect lamps 14 b, 14 d, 16 a, 16 b, 17 a, 17 b are not limited to those provided on the front side of the front frame 3, but are provided in the game frame described above. What is necessary is just to be provided in the front door frame 4, for example.

  In addition, speakers 12a and 12b that generate sound effects (including sounds) are provided on the left and right sides of the upper decoration unit 22 as game effects according to the progress of the game. Note that the speakers 12a and 12b are attached to the front frame 3, and when a ball lending abnormality occurs, or when a ball lends (for example, when a ball equivalent to 100 yen is paid out), a notification to that effect is given. Notification sound may also be generated. Further, a prize ball LED 10 as a game-related information light emitting member for notifying that a predetermined number of prize balls have been paid out on the right side of the upper part of the left decoration unit 23 based on the occurrence of a winning ball (no prize ball has not been paid out). (If the prize ball has not been paid out, it will light up, and if there is no prize ball unpaid, etc.), it will be visible from the front of the front door frame 4. The out-of-ball LED 9 as a game-related information light-emitting member that is provided and informs the upper left side of the right decoration unit 24 that there are not enough prize balls to be paid out (when the out-of-ball switch 157 described later is detected). Is provided so as to be visible from the front surface of the front door frame 4. The award ball LED 10 and the ball break LED 9 are game-related information light emitting members that emit light in association with information related to the game separately from the effects of the game performed in the pachinko gaming machine 1, and are separate from the game effect LED and the game effect lamp. It is provided and is provided on the front side of the front frame 3. In addition, on both sides of the lower decorative unit 25, there are provided see-through windows 18 for visually confirming the stamp attached to the game board 40.

  The game effect LEDs 13, 14 a, 14 c and the game effect lamps 14 b, 14 d, 16 a, 16 b, 17 a, 17 b are mounted on a printed wiring board (not shown) and attached to the front side of the front frame 3. A plurality of game effect LEDs 13, 14a, 14c and game effect lamps 16a, 16b, 17a, 17b are mounted on each printed circuit board, and one game effect lamp 14b, 14d is mounted on each printed circuit board. Has been. On the other hand, a plurality of ball break LEDs 9 and prize ball LEDs 10 are mounted on each printed circuit board.

  Next, the structure of the upper plate 19 formed on the upper plate opening / closing frame 11 located below the see-through window 5 of the front door frame 4 will be described. The upper plate 19 is a plate member in which a plurality of synthetic resin members are combined. It is comprised by adhering. Above the open side of the upper plate 19, a ball removal operation unit 21 is provided. This beading operation unit 21 is provided so as to be capable of pressing operation, and is pressed against the urging force of the spring to thereby form a beading path (not shown) formed on the back side of the ball stored in the upper plate 19. ) And a ball removal hole (not shown) flow down and are guided to the lower plate 27.

  The upper plate 19 will be described in more detail. The upper plate 19 stores a prize ball paid out from a prize ball payout opening 20 formed on the upstream side thereof, and supplies the ball to the launch position. It is. In addition, the upper plate 19 is provided with an operation unit (balance display unit) that is operated when borrowing balls through a card unit device provided adjacent to the pachinko gaming machine 1. This operation unit is provided so as to face the upper surface of the upper plate 19. On the upper surface of the upper plate 19, a chance button 19a that can be operated by the player as the game progresses is provided. Furthermore, a cylinder lock 26 for operating a locking device that locks the front door frame 4 to the front frame 3 and locks the front frame 3 to the outer frame 2 faces the right side of the upper plate 19. Yes.

  The lower tray 27 attached to the lower portion of the front frame 3 is an excess sphere storage tray (excess sphere receiving tray) for storing excess spheres overflowing from the upper tray 19. An operation lever 28 is slidably attached. By operating the ball removal operation lever 28, the balls (prize balls) stored in the lower plate 27 can be removed and transferred to a portable ball box. Further, an ashtray unit 29 is provided on the left side of the lower plate 27, and an operation handle 30 is provided on the right side. The operation handle 30 is assembled with a single-shot switch for stopping driving of a launch motor of a ball striking device, which will be described later, and a touch wiring (not shown) connected to a touch ring (touch sensor). Is to adjust.

  The front structure of the pachinko gaming machine 1 is generally as described above, but the case where the card unit device is adjacent to the pachinko gaming machine 1 will be described. This card unit device is operated by operating an operation unit such as the above-described ball rental switch or return switch provided on the upper surface of the upper plate 19. Thus, on the surface side of the card unit device, an available indicator (not shown) that displays whether or not the card unit device is usable, and the card unit device corresponds to the pachinko gaming machine 1 on either side. A connection direction indicator (not shown) for displaying whether or not there is a card insertion slot (not shown) for inserting a magnetic card as a recording medium is provided. The card unit device configured as described above is controlled by a unique control circuit, and is connected to a payout control board 98 to be described later via card unit wiring. The card unit device may be built in the pachinko gaming machine 1 or may be a ball game machine that does not have a card unit device and does not have a card lending function. Moreover, in this embodiment, although the card unit apparatus was illustrated as a unit apparatus for lending a ball (lending a ball | bowl) to a player, the unit apparatus which can insert a banknote etc. may be sufficient, for example.

  On the other hand, on the back surface of the front frame 3 of the pachinko gaming machine 1, a mechanism plate equipped with various mechanisms for paying out a predetermined number of prize balls based on the occurrence of winning balls is provided. A hitting ball launching device having a launching motor and a hitting ball rod (not shown) is fixed to the corresponding position, and a connecting rod for guiding a prize ball flowing down the surplus ball passage of the mechanism plate to the lower plate 27 to the side of the hitting ball shooting device. Is fixed.

  In addition, a game board storage frame portion (not shown) formed in a step shape is provided on the back surface of the front frame 3 in order to accommodate the game board 40 having a substantially square shape. In addition, a game board locking lever for pressing and fixing the back surface of the game board 40 accommodated in the game board storage frame is attached to each of the left side and the right side of the game board storage frame. In the state of being accommodated and fixed by the game board locking lever, the back surface thereof is covered with the mechanism plate.

  A metal locking device that locks the front frame 3 with respect to the latching piece of the outer frame 2 and locks the front door frame 4 with respect to the front frame 3 is provided on the open side rear surface of the front frame 3 with respect to the outer frame 2. ing.

  The mechanism plate is pivotally supported so as to be openable and closable on the upper and lower sides of one side surface of the game board storage frame portion integrally formed on the rear surface side of the front frame 3. The mechanism plate may be fixed to the front frame 3 and cannot be opened and closed. As an upper component part of the mechanism plate, a prize ball tank for storing a large amount of balls, a ball dispensing device for dispensing balls, and the like are provided. As a lower component part of the mechanism plate, a payout control board box that houses a payout control board is attached, and a power supply board box that houses a power supply board is attached.

  The power supply board box accommodates a power supply board that generates a plurality of power supplies having different voltages. On the power supply board, a power switch for turning the power of the entire pachinko gaming machine 1 ON / OFF, a clear switch for clearing all operations of the pachinko gaming machine 1, a tube fuse, and the like are mounted.

  There are four types of voltages generated by the power supply board: DC30V, DC21V, DC12V, and DC5V. However, AC 24V is also supplied to other substrates. The power supply board supplies backup power to back up (hold) the storage contents of the RAM of these boards while the drive power is not supplied to the CPUs of the main board and the payout control board. Yes. The main board performs a process for backing up by outputting a power-off signal from the power board. Note that backup processing may be performed on the payout control board.

  The overall schematic configuration of the pachinko gaming machine 1 has been described above, but the detailed configuration of the front and back surfaces of the game board 40 among the components that constitute the pachinko gaming machine 1 will be described below.

  The game board 40 is formed of a substantially square plywood so as to be housed and fixed in the game board housing frame. A circular game area 41 is formed on the front side of the game board 40. A game board opening (not shown) is provided substantially at the center of the game board 40. A decorative member 66 having an opening 84 for forming the display area 80 is attached to the opening of the game board. The player can visually recognize a liquid crystal display device 44 b described later attached to the back side of the game board 40 through the opening 84 of the decoration member 66.

  Further, a guide rail 42 in which a stainless steel plate is formed in an arc shape is attached to the surface of the game board 40. As a result, the metal balls launched from the hitting ball launcher are guided into the circular game area 41 by the guide rail 42.

  In the game area 41, a special symbol display device 44a, a liquid crystal display device 44b, a special variable winning ball device 48, a normal variable winning ball device 58, a normal symbol display device 63, a status display and a continuous operation number display 7 and the like are visible. In addition to being provided as possible, there are provided a winning slot for winning a hit ball, a windmill flow direction, a windmill that changes the speed, or a number of obstacle nails (not shown). An out port 69 is provided in which a hit ball that does not win a prize is taken into the winning area. The special symbol display device 44a refers to a display device that stops and displays the display result after starting the variable display of a plurality of types of special symbols (for example, numbers 0 to 9) that can be identified. The liquid crystal display device 44b refers to an effect display device that produces an effect by an image such as stopping display of a display result after starting a variable display of a plurality of types of decorative symbols (for example, numbers from 0 to 9) that can be identified. . The special variable winning ball device 48 is a winning ball device that has an opening / closing plate 49 that is driven to open and close and can be changed between an open state in which a ball is easily received and a closed state in which it is difficult to receive a ball. The normal variable winning ball device 58 is a winning ball device that has an opening / closing piece that is driven to open and close and can be changed between an open state in which a ball is easily received and a closed state in which it is difficult to receive a ball. The normal symbol display device 63 is a display device that alternately turns on two left and right LEDs and lights one of them as a display result. The state display and continuous operation number display unit 7 refers to a display unit that notifies a controlled gaming state in a display color or lighting mode.

  The configuration of the game area 41 will be described in more detail. A passing gate 61 in which a gate switch 62 is built is provided on the left side of the decorative member 66. When the gate switch 62 detects a hit ball passing through the gate switch 62, the normal symbol is displayed on the normal symbol display device 63 provided below the passing gate 61 based on the detection signal. The left and right LEDs are lit alternately) to derive a display result (either one is lit). For example, when the left LED is turned on in the normal symbol display device 63, the normal symbol display device 63 has derived a display result of detachment. On the other hand, when the right LED is lit on the normal symbol display device 63, the normal symbol display device 63 has derived the winning display result, and the normal variable winning ball device 58 is opened for a predetermined time. In addition, the fluctuation time of the normal symbol display device 63 is relatively short when the probability variation state in which the appearance probability of the jackpot symbol as the specific display result in the special symbol display device 44a and the liquid crystal display device 44b is high (for example, 3 ˜5 seconds), it is set relatively long (for example, 30 seconds) in the normal gaming state in which the probability of appearance of the big hit symbol in the special symbol display device 44a is lower than that in the probability variation state.

  Above the normal symbol display device 63, a normal symbol start storage LED 64 (stores and displays up to four) is provided for storing and displaying the number of hit balls that have passed through the gate switch 62 during the fluctuation display of the normal symbol display device 63. It has been. The normal symbol start memory LED 64 is composed of four LEDs.

  A special symbol display device 44a and a special symbol start memory LED 46 are mounted below the normal symbol display device 63. The special symbol start memory LED 46 stores and displays the number of balls detected by a first start port switch 60a or a second start port switch 60b (to be described later) during the special symbol changing operation (stores and displays up to four balls). The special symbol start memory LED 46 is composed of four LEDs. In addition, in the special symbol start memory LED 46, the upper limit value of the start memory number is fixed to four, but the upper limit value of the start memory number can be changed with the establishment of a predetermined condition. For example, when the probability variation is a big hit, the number may be increased to 20).

  The normal variable winning ball device 58 is disposed between a decorative member 66 disposed substantially at the center of the game area 41 and a special variable winning ball device 48 disposed above the out port 69, and is opened and closed by a solenoid 59. Is an electric tulip type variable winning ball apparatus that is driven to open and close. The normal variable winning ball device 58 includes a first start port switch 60a and a second start port switch 60b.

  The first start opening switch 60a is configured to detect a winning ball received from the first starting opening 58a provided on the upper portion of the normal variable winning ball apparatus 58. On the other hand, the second start port switch 60b detects a winning ball received from the second start port 58b when the opening / closing piece is opened by the solenoid 59. Thus, when the hit ball is detected by the first start port switch 60a or the second start port switch 60b, the special symbol display device 44a can display a variety of special symbols (for example, numbers 0 to 9) that can be distinguished from each other. And the production of images such as the start of variable display of a plurality of types of decorative symbols (for example, numbers from 0 to 9) that can each be identified as the production of the game according to the progress of the game on the liquid crystal display device 44b. Is done. As described above, the first start port switch 60a and the second start port switch 60b also have a start function for causing the special symbol display device 44a to display a variation. The opening time of the normally variable winning ball device 58 is set to be relatively short (for example, 0.5 seconds) in the normal gaming state and relatively long (for example, 2 seconds) in the probability variation state. ing. Further, even when the normally variable winning ball device 58 is not opened, the hit ball is received from the first start port 58a provided on the upper portion of the normally variable winning ball device 58.

  The special symbol display device 44a provided below the normal symbol display device 63 is a display device including a 7-segment LED that variably displays special symbols “0” to “9”. When the special symbol at the time of fluctuation stoppage of the special symbol display device 44a is a predetermined jackpot symbol (for example, “3”, “7”), a specific gaming state (hereinafter referred to as a jackpot) is given as a predetermined game value. The special variable winning ball device 48 is driven to open and close in a specific manner. However, a part of the jackpot symbol (for example, “7”) is set as a probability variation symbol (hereinafter also referred to as a probability variation symbol), and when the probability variation symbol is a big hit, the normal symbol after the jackpot is over. The normal symbol change time on the display device 63 is shortened, and the probability of occurrence of hit (hit the hit) and the probability change state that the probability of appearance of the big hit symbol on the special symbol display device 44a is increased are set.

  As will be described later with reference to FIGS. 13 to 32, the liquid crystal display device 44 b disposed almost in the center of the decorative member 66 displays a background image that makes the image of the universe appear, and decorates “0” to “9”. This is a liquid crystal display having a display area 80 having a variable display area in which symbols are scrolled horizontally (variable display) individually in the upper, middle and lower stages. The decorative symbols that are variably displayed on the liquid crystal display device 44b are decorations that are variably displayed with a predetermined relationship with the special symbol variability display in order to enhance the decorative effect of the special symbol variability display on the special symbol display device 44a. A symbol with a specific meaning. The predetermined relationship includes, for example, a relationship in which the decorative symbol variation display is started when the special symbol variation display is started, or the special symbol variation display is ended and the display result is displayed. This includes a relationship in which the variable display is terminated and the display result is displayed. When the display result of the special symbol display device 44a is a jackpot symbol, the display result of the liquid crystal display device 44b is also a combination of a predetermined jackpot symbol that generates a jackpot (for example, the same symbol is a variable display in the upper, middle and lower stages) In the case of being aligned with an effective line made up of regions), and control is performed so that the consistency of both display results is maintained.

  The special variable winning ball apparatus 48 that is driven and controlled when a big hit is obtained has an opening / closing plate 49 that is opened and closed by a solenoid 65, and a winning number detector 52 that detects a hit ball received in the opening / closing plate 49 is provided. Is provided. If a big hit is made, the opening / closing plate 49 is held until a certain time (for example, 28 seconds) elapses or until a predetermined number (for example, 10) of winning balls are won within the certain time. The opening cycle for opening can be repeated a predetermined number of times (for example, 15 times).

  On the left and right sides of the special variable winning ball device 48, there are provided normal winning ports 54a and 54b with built-in winning ball detectors 56a and 56b. Built-in normal winning ports 53a and 53b are provided.

  As described above, all winning ports and winning devices for winning a hit ball are provided with switches 52, 55a, 55b, 56a, 56b, 60a, 60b as winning ball detectors for detecting the winning ball. However, this is used for paying out a predetermined number of prize balls based on these detection signals. A switch 62 that detects a winning ball or an approaching ball but does not pay out the winning ball is also provided. Further, the game board 40 is provided with a plurality of decoration LEDs or decoration lamps for enhancing the decoration effect.

  An expansion effect device 101 and a rotation effect device 102 that operate in accordance with the progress of the game are arranged above and to the right of the opening 84 in the decorative member 66, respectively. Further, below the opening 84 in the decoration member 66, a stage 106 on which a rolling surface for rolling the received game ball is formed, and a decoration member 107 is formed on the back side of the stage 106.

  The progress of the game is controlled by a game control microcomputer that controls the pachinko gaming machine 1 according to a program. The game control microcomputer is mounted on the main board. The game control microcomputer includes a RAM as a storage means used as a ROM work memory for storing a game control program and the like, a CPU for controlling a game signal according to the program, and other boards (other microcomputers). Includes an I / O port section for transmitting information signals (control signals, commands, etc.). The game control microcomputer drives and controls solenoids 59 and 65 provided on the game board 40, and outputs information signals (lighting signals and sound effect signals) corresponding to the game state for the effect control microcomputer and voice frame lamp. Further, it outputs to the microcomputer, and further outputs various control signals such as a jackpot display control signal, a reach display control signal or an outlier information signal (display control signal) to the effect control microcomputer. Further, the game control microcomputer controls the display of the special symbol in the special symbol display device 44a, the lighting control of the special symbol start memory LED 46, the display control of the normal symbol in the normal symbol display device 63, and the lighting of the normal symbol start memory LED 64. Control and so on.

  The effect control microcomputer performs display control of decorative symbols on the liquid crystal display device 44b in accordance with the type of display control signal input from the game control microcomputer. Further, the effect control microcomputer performs drive control of the drive motors 124a and 124b and the rotation motor 151 in accordance with the type of display control signal input from the game control microcomputer. The production control microcomputer is mounted on the production control board. The voice frame lamp microcomputer controls lighting of various decorative lamps, LEDs, and the like attached to the game board 40, the decorative member 66, and the like according to the type of electric decoration signal input from the game control microcomputer. . The voice frame lamp microcomputer is mounted on a voice frame lamp substrate.

  Next, the configuration of the decorative member 66 will be described with reference to FIGS. FIG. 2 is a diagram for explaining the decorative member 66, and (a) to (d) each show a front view, a top view, a right side view, and a right upper perspective view. FIG. 3 is a diagram for explaining the operation of the magnified rendering device 101. FIG. 4 is a diagram for explaining a state when the enlargement effect device 101 is driven in accordance with the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b. FIG. 5 is an upper right perspective view for explaining the structure of the magnified rendering device 101 viewed from the upper right. FIG. 6 is a right side view for explaining the structure of the magnified rendering device 101 viewed from the right side. FIG. 7 is a right rear view for explaining the structure of the magnified rendering device 101 viewed from the right rear. FIG. 8 is a schematic cross-sectional view for explaining the outline of the cross-sectional structure of the magnified rendering device 101 as viewed from above. FIG. 9 is a diagram for explaining the operation of the rotary rendering device 102. FIG. 10 is a view for explaining the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 formed below the opening 84. 5A to 7A show the case where the expansion type production device 101 is in a normal state, and FIGS. 5B to 7B show the case where the expansion type production device 101 is in a driving state. Show. FIG. 10A is a cross-sectional view for explaining the XX cross section shown in FIG. 2A, and FIG. 10B shows the structure of the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 viewed from the upper right. It is an upper right perspective view for demonstrating. FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view for explaining the XI-XI cross section shown in FIG.

  First, the overall configuration of the decorative member 66 will be described with reference to FIG. The decorative member 66 includes a base member 100. The decorative member 66 is configured by attaching various decorative parts to the base member 100. On the outer periphery of the base member 100, flanges 103a to 103c are formed. The flanges 103a to 103c are provided with mounting holes, and are configured so that the base member 100 can be mounted on the front surface of the game board 40 by screwing from the front surface.

  In addition, a cover portion 104 is formed on the upper outer periphery of the base member 100. A warp receiving port 104 a capable of receiving a game ball flowing down the left side of the decorative member 66 is formed on the outer surface portion located at the lower left of the cover portion 104. The game ball received from the warp receiving port 104 a is discharged from a warp discharge port 104 b formed at the left end of the stage 106 through a passage formed in the base member 100. Thereby, the game ball received from the warp receiving port 104a provided on the side portion of the decorative member 66 can be guided (warped) onto the stage 106.

  The inside of the base member 100 is formed in a shape in which the center is recessed toward the back side, and is configured such that the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b faces the back. The enlargement effect device 101 is attached above the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b.

  Here, with reference to FIG. 3, the expansion effect apparatus 101 attached to the rear surface of the base member 100 will be described. The magnified rendering device 101 includes a first decorative body 110 and a second decorative body 111 (see FIG. 3B). FIG. 3A shows a normal state in which the enlargement effect device 101 is not operating. In the normal state, the first decorative body 110 that makes the image of the stern of the spaceship (marked with “S” in the present embodiment) does not overlap the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b (above). It becomes visible to the player. The position where the first decorative body 110 does not overlap with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b is, for example, that the player sits on a predetermined chair installed in front of the pachinko gaming machine 1 and the liquid crystal display device 44b. A position where the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b is not blocked by the first decorative body 110 when the line of sight is directed toward the display surface may be used. Further, the position where the first decorative body 110 does not overlap with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b may be, for example, a position where the vertical line in the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b does not overlap the first decorative body 110.

  The front surface of the first decorative body 110 includes a light transmitting portion 110a (a portion marked with an “S” mark and a portion corresponding to both wings) that can transmit light, and a non-light transmitting portion that cannot transmit light. 110b. In addition, a plurality of decorative body LEDs (not shown) are mounted on the rear surface side of the light transmitting portion 110a. The plurality of decorative body LEDs are turned on or blinked as a game effect according to the progress of the game. For example, the LEDs are turned off when in a normal state, and the LEDs are turned on when in a driving state. A light effect of emitting light from 110a is performed.

  FIG. 3B shows a driving state when the enlargement effect device 101 is driven. In the driving state, the first decorative body 110 is displaced downward while maintaining a certain posture (the posture in which the “S” mark is almost visible), and is displaced to a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. At the same time, the second decorative body 111 that makes the image of the bridge of the spaceship displaces to a position protruding from the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 and is visible to the player above the first decorative body 110 (FIG. 3B). ) Refer to the solid line). In the driving state, the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 can be tilted left and right (see the dotted line in FIG. 3B). Further, as described above, in the driving state, a light effect is performed by the plurality of decorative body LEDs.

  Thus, in the normal state, the first decorative body 110 is disposed at a position that does not overlap with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and the second decorative body 111 is accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110. It arrange | positions and makes a player visually recognize only the 1st decoration body 110. FIG. In the driving state, the first decorative body 110 is disposed at a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and the second decorative body 111 accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 is disposed in the first state. The first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are visually recognized by the player by displacing and projecting the upper one of the first decorative body 110.

  Accordingly, the second decorative body 111 is accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 when in the normal state, and the second decorative body 111 protrudes from the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 when in the driven state. An effect is provided at a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. That is, the size of the decorative body is reduced by accommodating the second decorative body 111 on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 in the normal state, and the decorative body is displaced downward in the driving state. Thus, it is possible to produce an effect at a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b that the player pays attention to. For this reason, a powerful presentation can be effectively performed by driving the expansion type production apparatus 101.

  The magnified rendering device 101 is controlled to be in a driving state when a predetermined driving condition is satisfied. The predetermined driving condition may be any condition as long as the condition is established according to the progress of the game. More specifically, the liquid crystal display device 44b may be formed when the symbol variation display is performed with a special pattern and a special effect is started. The special pattern may be, for example, a super reach pattern that is generated with a higher probability than when a big hit is not pre-determined when it is predetermined. Further, the special effect may be an effect of changing the background screen by, for example, changing the effect contents to the next stage by performing the variable display by the super reach pattern. Further, it may be established when a predetermined effect is started in the liquid crystal display device 44b. The predetermined effect may be, for example, a prior notice for informing that a combination of jackpot symbols will be displayed when it is determined in advance that a jackpot will be won. Further, the predetermined effect may be, for example, a re-variation lottery for notifying whether or not the gaming state after the jackpot is controlled to a probabilistic state after the jackpot symbol combination is displayed.

  Here, with reference to FIG. 4, the state when the expansion type production | presentation apparatus 101 is driven according to the display production | presentation of the liquid crystal display device 44b is demonstrated. Here, a description will be given of a case where the predetermined driving condition is satisfied by the fact that the display of the variation of the symbol is performed by super reach in the liquid crystal display device 44b and the production contents are developed to the next stage.

  FIG. 4A shows a state in which the effect content in the liquid crystal display device 44b is developed to the next stage and the enlargement effect device 101 is controlled to the driving state. In the liquid crystal display device 44b, for example, a display effect as if moving in outer space is performed as the effect of the next stage from the state (illustration omitted) in which the symbol variation display is performed. In addition, the expansion effect device 101 is driven according to the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b, arranges the first decorative body 110 at a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and A state is shown in which the second decorative body 111 accommodated on the rear surface side is displaced to the upper portion of the first decorative body 110 and protruded.

  FIG. 4B shows a state when the content of the effect in the liquid crystal display device 44b has progressed and the magnified effect device 101 is driven to tilt to the left. In the liquid crystal display device 44b, a display effect is performed such that the meteorite moves toward the left side while moving in outer space. Further, the magnified rendering device 101 shows a state in which it is driven in a direction to avoid meteorites, that is, in a direction in which the left side is inclined according to the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b.

  FIG. 4C shows a state when the content of the effect in the liquid crystal display device 44b further proceeds and the enlargement effect device 101 is driven to tilt to the right. In the liquid crystal display device 44b, a display effect is performed such that the missile moves to the right while moving in outer space. Further, the magnified rendering device 101 shows a state where it is driven in a direction that avoids missiles, that is, in a direction in which the right side is inclined, according to the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b.

  As described above, the expansion effect device 101 is controlled to the driving state when a predetermined driving condition is satisfied. Further, when the driving state is controlled, the display is driven according to the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b, so that the relevance between the effect by the display device 44b and the effect by the enlargement effect device 101 can be enhanced. , You can improve the fun of the game.

  Next, with reference to FIGS. 5 to 8, the structure and operation of the enlargement effect device 101 will be described. The expansion effect device 101 includes a movable first decorative body 110 and a second decorative body 111, a mounting cover member 105 formed in a shape that covers the first and second decorative bodies 110, 111 from the rear surface, Arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b arranged in parallel with the arm members 121a and 121b, the arm members 121a and 121b, which support the first and second decorative bodies 110 and 111 movably, and the arm member 121a, Drive motors 124a and 124b for rotationally driving 121b are included. The expansion effect device 101 is configured by attaching the above-described various members to the attachment cover member 105. The expansion effect device 101 is attached to the rear surface of the base member 100 by screwing from the rear surface of the mounting hole 120 formed in the front surface of the mounting cover member 105.

  The cover member 105 for attachment is an upper wall which covers the upper surface of the 1st and 2nd decoration bodies 110 and 111, and perpendicularly downwards along the back surface side of the 1st and 2nd decoration bodies 110 and 111 which are connected with the said upper wall. And a bottom wall portion extending from the first and second decorative bodies 110 and 111 toward the back at the lower portion of the rear wall.

  As shown in FIGS. 6 and 8, a bearing cover 135 is attached to the back side of the rear wall of the attachment cover member 105. The bearing cover 135 has a front side wall portion that is in contact with the rear wall of the mounting cover member 105, and side walls that extend in a direction (vertical direction) intersecting the front side wall portion on both sides of the front side wall portion and face each other. Part. Bearing portions 123a and 123b and bearing portions 141a and 141b are formed on the two side wall portions of the bearing cover 135, respectively. The bearing parts 123a and 123b pivotally support the arm members 121a and 121b, respectively. The bearing portions 141a and 141b pivotally support the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b, respectively.

  The rear wall and the bottom wall of the attachment cover member 105 have openings 122a and 122b for projecting the arm members 121a and 121b and the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b from the rear surface side to the front surface side. The openings 122a and 122b are formed to be parallel to each other. Each of the arm members 121a and 121b is rotated around the bearings 123a and 123b along the openings 122a and 122b.

  The arm members 121a and 121b support the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 so that they can be displaced vertically relative to the mounting cover member 105 by rotating about the bearing portions 123a and 123b. It is a member to do. As will be described later, the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b keep the standing posture of the first decorative body 110 substantially constant (the front direction of the first decorative body 110 is always kept facing the front side of the gaming machine). ). The detailed structures of the arm members 121a and 121b and the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b will be described later.

  The bearing cover 135 is provided with drive motors 124a and 124b for rotating the arm members 121a and 121b, respectively. The drive motors 124 a and 124 b are installed on the inner peripheral surface of the front side wall portion of the bearing cover 135. The bearing cover 135 includes drive mechanisms 136a and 136b including worm gears and worm wheels for supplying driving forces from the drive motors 124a and 124b to the rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the corresponding arm members 121a and 121b, respectively. Is provided. Worm gears included in the drive mechanisms 136a and 136b are attached to the rotation shafts of the drive motors 124a and 124b. As shown in FIG. 8, when viewed from above, the extending direction of the rotation shafts of the drive motors 124a and 124b is parallel to the extending direction of the arm members 121a and 121b. Alternatively, the extending direction of the rotation shafts of the drive motors 124a and 124b is a direction that protrudes substantially perpendicularly from the surface of the front side wall portion of the bearing cover 135 (a direction toward the back side of the gaming machine).

  The rotation shaft of the worm wheel that meshes with the worm gear is coupled to the rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b. The rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b extend in a direction intersecting (orthogonal to) the rotation shafts of the drive motors 124a and 124b. Alternatively, the rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b extend in a direction along the direction in which the rear wall of the mounting cover member 105 extends (or the direction in which the front side wall portion of the bearing cover 135 extends).

  With such a configuration, the driving force of the driving motors 124a and 124b is transmitted to the rotating shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b by the driving mechanisms 136a and 136b, and the arm members 121a and 123b are centered on the bearing portions 123a and 123b. It is converted into a swinging force (rotating force for rotational movement) that swings 121b. As the worm gear in the present embodiment, a general gear whose torsion angle is smaller than the repose angle is adopted. For this reason, even when the driving force is not supplied from the drive motors 124a and 124b, for example, the worm wheel does not rotate due to the weight of the first decorative body 110 or the like. Therefore, the postures of the arm members 121a and 121b, the first decorative body 110, and the second decorative body 111 connected to the worm wheel can be maintained.

  In addition, in this Embodiment, although the example which provided drive mechanism 136a, 136b containing a worm gear and a worm wheel was demonstrated as a structure which maintains the 1st decoration body 110 and the 2nd decoration body 111, it is not restricted to this. When the rotation of the drive motors 124a and 124b is stopped, the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are maintained in the stopped state by exciting and energizing the rotating shaft (rotor) to be held in the stopped state. You may comprise so that it may do.

  The pair of left and right arm members 121a and 121b is formed of an elongated rod-like member. The cross sections of the arm members 121a and 121b are formed so that the outer shape is substantially rectangular, and are formed so as to penetrate through the inside of the arm members 121a and 121b (for example, the arm members 121a and 121b). Or a groove formed to accommodate the wiring on the inner peripheral surfaces of the arm members 121a and 121b facing each other. The bearing covers so that the fixed ends of the arm members 121a and 121b (ends located on the back side of the mounting cover member 105) can be rotated about the bearing portions 123a and 123b by the bearing portions 123a and 123b. 135 is fixed. The rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b are formed to face each other (more specifically, to be aligned on the same straight line) on the inner surfaces of the fixed ends of the arm members 121a and 121b, respectively. Yes. On the other hand, on the outer side surfaces of the free ends of the arm members 121a and 121b (ends located on the side opposite to the fixed ends and located on the front side of the mounting cover member 105), respectively, FIG. As shown in FIG. 8, shafts 125a and 125b projecting in opposite directions (directions projecting to the outer peripheral sides of the arm members 121a and 121b) are formed. The free end shafts 125a and 125b of the arm members 121a and 121b extend in parallel with the rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b.

  First decorative body 110 includes side walls formed opposite to each other so as to extend toward the back (to the side where bearing cover 135 is disposed) on the left and right sides. The side wall is formed so as to cover part or all of the second decorative body 111. Thereby, a part or all of the second decorative body 111 is hidden by the side wall. On the inner wall surfaces of the left and right side walls of the first decorative body 110, shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b for inserting the shafts 125a and 125b of the arm members 121a and 121b are formed at positions facing each other. The shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b are recessed portions that are recessed in a direction along the direction in which the rotation shafts 143a and 143b of the arm members 121a and 121b extend. The first decorative body 110 is configured such that the shaft 125a of the arm member 121a is rotatably inserted into the shaft insertion hole 130a, and the shaft 125b of the arm member 121b is rotatably inserted into the shaft insertion hole 130b, whereby the arm members 121a and 121b are inserted. Is supported by. The first decorative body 110 can be displaced up and down according to the swing of the arm members 121a and 121b. Further, the recesses constituting the shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b are each formed to have a long hole shape in which the planar shape is elongated in the vertical direction (vertical direction or the direction in which the first decorative body 110 is displaced). Thus, the insertion angle of the shafts 125a and 125b with respect to the shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b can be changed while the shafts 125a and 125b are inserted into the shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b. Accordingly, by swinging either one of the arm members 121a and 121b, the insertion angle of the shafts 125a and 125b with respect to the shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b can be changed. Therefore, the first decorative body 110 is tilted left and right. be able to.

  Further, the pair of left and right arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b are formed of elongated rod-like members. The cross sections of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b are formed so that the outer shape is substantially rectangular. The arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b are fixed by the bearing portions 141a and 141b so as to be rotatable. Rotating shafts 144a and 144b are formed on the inner side surfaces of the fixed ends of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b so as to protrude in directions facing each other. On the other hand, shafts 127a and 127b are formed on the outer surfaces of the free ends of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b so as to protrude in directions opposite to each other (direction toward the outside). In addition, the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b are formed with bent portions in the middle, and the distance between the arm members 121a and 121b on the fixed end side from the bent portions, and the arm members 121a and 121b on the free end side from the bent portion. The distance between is larger. The rotation shafts 144a and 144b of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b extend in a direction along the direction in which the rear wall of the attachment cover member 105 extends (or the direction in which the front side wall portion of the bearing cover 135 extends). Further, the shafts 127a and 127b at the other ends of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b extend in parallel with the rotation shafts 144a and 144b of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b.

  Below the shaft insertion holes 130a and 130b on the inner wall surfaces of the left and right side walls of the first decorative body 110, shaft insertion holes 132a and 132b are formed at positions facing each other. The shaft insertion holes 132a and 132b are recessed portions that are recessed in the direction along the direction in which the rotation shafts 144a and 144b of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b extend. In the first decorative body 110, the shaft 127a of the arm auxiliary member 140a is inserted into the shaft insertion hole 132a, and the shaft 127b of the arm auxiliary member 140b is inserted into the shaft insertion hole 132b, whereby the first decorative body 110 is inserted into the arm member 121a. , 121b, the standing posture can be kept substantially constant.

  Specifically, the distance between the shafts 127a and 127b of the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b and the rotation shafts 144a and 144b is the same as the distance between the shafts 125a and 125b of the arm members 121a and 121b and the rotation shafts 143a and 143b. It is configured as follows. Further, the distance between the bearing portion 141a and the bearing portion 123a and the distance between the bearing portion 141b and the bearing portion 123b are respectively the distance between the upper end of the shaft insertion hole 130a and the upper end of the shaft insertion hole 132a shown in FIG. The distance between the upper end of the shaft insertion hole 130b and the upper end of the shaft insertion hole 132b is the same. As a result, a parallel link mechanism is formed at the four points of the bearing portion 123a, the bearing portion 141a, the shaft insertion hole 130a, and the rotation shaft 143a, the rotation shaft 144a, the shaft 125a, and the shaft 127a that are supported by the shaft insertion hole 132a. ing. Similarly, the parallel link mechanism is provided at four points of the rotation shaft 143b, the rotation shaft 144b, the shaft 125b, and the shaft 127b supported by the bearing portion 123b, the bearing portion 141b, the shaft insertion hole 130b, and the shaft insertion hole 132b. Is formed.

  Thus, the parallel link mechanism is formed by the structure including the arm members 121a and 121b and the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b. For this reason, the 1st decoration body 110 is displaced up and down according to the displacement of the edge part by which the axis | shafts 125a and 125b of arm member 121a, 121b are formed. Further, the first decorative body 110 is maintained in a certain standing posture by the arm auxiliary members 140a and 140b.

  In addition, the recessed part which comprises shaft insertion hole 132a, 132b is the length which the planar shape becomes long in the vertical direction (vertical direction), respectively, as shown in FIG. 6, similarly to the recessed part which comprises shaft insertion hole 130a, 130b. It is formed to have a hole shape, and the insertion angle of the shafts 127a and 127b with respect to the shaft insertion holes 132a and 132b can be changed while the shafts 127a and 127b are inserted.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, protrusions 126a and 126b are arranged on the inner surface of the intermediate position of the arm members 121a and 121b (any position between the fixed end and the free end) so as to face each other. Protrusively formed. In addition, on the left and right sides of the second decorative body 111, projecting portions 131a and 131b projecting in opposite directions are formed. The second decorative body 111 is maintained so that the protruding portions 131a and 131b are not lowered in a state where the protruding portions 131a and 131b are placed on the protrusions 126a and 126b of the arm members 121a and 121b. That is, the upper portions of the protrusions 126a and 126b are in contact with the lower surfaces of the protrusions 131a and 131b. Therefore, when the arm members 121a and 121b rotate, the protrusions 126a and 126b slide in the front-rear direction with respect to the lower surfaces of the protrusions 131a and 131b, thereby supporting the protrusions 131a and 131b. The decoration body 111 is supported so that the position thereof does not fall relative to the protrusions 126a and 126b. Accordingly, the second decorative body 111 is displaced up and down relatively with respect to the mounting cover member 105 in accordance with the positions of the protrusions 126a and 126b of the arm members 121a and 121b. At this time, the position of the first decorative body 110 in the vertical direction with respect to the protrusions 126a and 126b changes according to the rotation state of the arm members 121a and 121b (that is, in the state shown in FIG. The protrusions 126a and 126b are at positions corresponding to substantially the center in the vertical direction of the first decorative body 110. However, in the state shown in FIG. 7B, the protrusions 126a and 126b are in the vertical direction of the first decorative body 110. Located in the area closer to the top than the center). For this reason, the position in the vertical direction with respect to the first decorative body 110 of the second decorative body 111 whose vertical position is regulated by the protrusions 126a and 126b changes according to the rotational state of the arm members 121a and 121b. become.

  Further, the second decorative body 111 is configured to maintain a constant distance from the first decorative body 110 and to maintain substantially the same standing posture as the first decorative body 110. Specifically, on the back surface side of the first decorative body 110 (the surface facing the second decorative body 111), as shown in FIGS. 6 and 8, a cross section in the horizontal direction over the vertical direction (vertical direction). An engagement piece 131 having a T-shape is formed. In other words, the engagement piece 131 is a cover member for attachment at the column portion protruding from the back surface of the first decorative body 110 to the second decorative body 111 side and the tip of the column portion (tip on the second decorative body 111 side). 105, a guide plate portion extending in a direction along the surface of the rear wall (a direction intersecting with a protruding direction of the support column, more preferably a direction orthogonal). In addition, at the lower part in the vertical direction of the front center of the second decorative body 111 (the center of the surface on the engagement piece 131 side), the engagement piece 131 (specifically, the engagement piece 131 of the first engagement body 131). An engagement groove member 132 that engages so as to cover the guide plate portion) is formed. The second decorative body 111 is configured to be able to slide up and down along the engaging piece 131 by engaging the engaging groove member 132 with the engaging piece 131 of the first decorative body 110. Thus, even when the second decorative body 111 is displaced relative to the first decorative body 110 in the vertical direction by engaging the engaging groove member 132 with the engaging piece 131, The standing posture of the second decorative body 111 can be kept substantially the same as the standing posture of the first decorative body 110 while keeping the horizontal interval between the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 constant.

  In addition, the expansion effect device 101 is equipped with an elastic body that applies a force in a direction in which the second decorative body 111 is accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 7, a tension spring 195 as an elastic body that generates a vertically downward tensile force is attached to the back surface of the second decorative body 111. One end of the tension spring 195 is screwed to a screw fixing portion 194 as a fixing portion on the second decorative body 111 side formed on the upper surface of the second decorative body 111, and the other end is fixed to the first decorative body 110. It is hooked on a protruding portion 196 as a fixing portion on the first decorative body 110 side formed at the bottom of the back surface.

  As described above, the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are supported by the common arm members 121a and 121b. And when the expansion type production | presentation apparatus 101 is not driven, as shown to (a) of each of FIGS. 3-7, on the rear surface side of the 1st decoration body 110 above the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. The second decorative body 111 is accommodated.

  Moreover, since the 1st decoration body 110 is supported in the position (front-end | tip) where the distance from the bearing parts 123a and 123b becomes longer than the distance to the position which supports the 2nd decoration body 111, the 2nd decoration body 111 is supported. Is displaced more than. For this reason, when the expansion type production | presentation apparatus 101 is driven, as shown in each (b) of FIGS. 3-7, the 1st decoration body 110 is displaced to the position which overlaps with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. At the same time, the second decorative body 111 housed on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 is projected downward from the first decorative body 110 while being displaced downward.

  As described above, the expansion effect device 101 according to the present embodiment employs a simple mechanism that drives the drive motors 124a and 124b to rotate the common arm members 121a and 121b with the bearings 123a and 123b as rotation axes. Nevertheless, the first decorative body 110 can be displaced more greatly than the second decorative body 111 while the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are displaced. For this reason, the second decorative body 111 accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 111 is displaced while the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are displaced downward in the driving state. It is possible to perform complicated operations such as projecting from the rear surface side.

  In addition, in order to operate the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 about the bearing portions 123a and 123b as rotation axes, the expansion effect device 101 is displaced in the horizontal direction in addition to the displacement in the vertical direction. Can produce a sense of perspective.

  In addition, the second decorative body 111 slides up and down while maintaining a certain interval with respect to the first decorative body 110 because the engaging groove member 132 is engaged with the engaging piece 131 of the first decorative body 110. Can be made. As a result, the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 can be integrally operated in the depth direction while separately operating in the vertical direction.

  Furthermore, since the parallel link mechanism is formed, the first decorative body 110 can maintain a constant posture even when it is driven by the drive motors 124a and 124b and displaced in the vertical direction. Further, since the second decorative body 111 is kept substantially the same as the posture of the first decorative body 110 by engaging the engaging groove member 132 with the engaging piece 131, the second decorative body 111 is a case where it is displaced in the vertical direction. However, a certain posture can be maintained.

  Further, a drive motor 124a and a drive mechanism 136a for rotating the arm member 121a, and a drive motor 124b and a drive mechanism 136b for rotating the arm member 121b are separately mounted, and are independent of each other. Can be driven. In addition, the recesses of the shaft insertion portions 130a, 130b, 132a, 132b of the first decorative body 110 are formed to be elongated in the vertical direction, and the shafts 125a, 125b, 127a, 127b are still inserted. The insertion angle with respect to the shaft insertion hole can be changed. For this reason, for example, when the arm member 121a is rotated more than the arm member 121b, it is possible to produce an effect in which the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are tilted to the right (FIG. 3). (Dotted line in (b), see FIG. 4C). Further, when the arm member 121b is rotated larger than the arm member 121a, it is possible to produce an effect that the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are tilted to the left (FIG. 3B). Dotted line, see FIG. 4 (b)).

  In the above, the structure for displacing the 1st decoration body 110 and the 2nd decoration body 111 was mainly demonstrated about the expansion type production apparatus 101. FIG. However, the magnified rendering device 101 has other configurations. For example, in the expansion effect device 101, an elastic body that applies force in a direction in which the second decorative body 111 is accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 is used. A torsion coil spring that generates a force to push 121a and 121b upward is attached.

  Further, as described above, the arm members 121a and 121b are formed with a wiring accommodating portion for accommodating the wiring. The wiring accommodating portion is formed, for example, from the rotating shafts 143a and 143b to the front of the shafts 125a and 125b. In the wiring housing portion in the present embodiment, wiring for supplying electric power to the plurality of decorative body LEDs attached to the rear surface side of the light transmitting portion 110a of the first decorative body 110 is housed. In addition, the arm members 121a and 121b may be formed in a hollow shape, and the hollow portion may be used as a wiring housing portion, or a portion obtained by scraping one side surface may be used as a wiring housing portion. Any shape may be used as long as the wiring can be accommodated therein.

  Further, the magnified rendering device 101 is equipped with a sensor for detecting whether or not it is in a normal state. Specifically, the bearing cover 135 attached to the rear surface side of the attachment cover member 105 is equipped with a sensor based on a light emitting element (LED) and a light receiving element for detecting whether or not the normal state is present. It is comprised so that it can detect whether it is a normal state with a sensor.

  Returning to FIG. 2, an inclined surface inclined toward the center (player) side with respect to the game board 40 is formed on the right side in the base member 100 in order to increase the surface area in the decorative member 66 ( FIG. 2 (b)). On this inclined surface, a circular mounting recess for mounting the rotary rendering device 102 that rotates with the vertical line as the rotation axis is formed. The rotary rendering device 102 is mounted such that a circular circular decorative body 150 that gives an image of a steering wheel of a spaceship and a shaft perpendicular to the inclined surface on the rear surface side of the decorative member 66 is a rotational axis. Rotating motor 151 to be included. The circular decorative body 150 is housed in the mounting recess, and is rotatably supported by being attached to the rotary shaft of the rotary motor 151 on the rear surface side.

  Here, with reference to FIG. 9, the operation of the rotary rendering device 102 will be described. FIG. 9 shows a driving state when the rotary rendering device 102 is driven. In the drive state, as shown by the arrow in FIG. 9, an effect is produced in which the circular decorative body 150 rotates counterclockwise or clockwise in response to the drive of the rotary motor 151.

  Returning to FIG. 2, the configuration of the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 provided below the base member 100 will be described. Below the base member 100, there are provided a stage 106 into which a game ball received from the warp receiving port 104 a is introduced, and a decoration member 107 at the back of the stage 106.

  In the present embodiment, a decorative member 107 is provided between the stage 106 and the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. The decorative member 107 is attached due to the fact that the enlargement effect device 101 and the rotary effect device 102 are mounted in the decoration member 66. That is, in order to attach the enlargement effect device 101 and the rotation effect device 102 in the decoration member 66, it is necessary to configure the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b to face a position recessed on the back side. For example, when the enlargement effect device 101 is driven, it is displaced to a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, or an inclined surface is provided to increase the surface area in order to rotate the larger circular decorative body 150. For reasons such as that. Therefore, in the case where the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b faces the position recessed in the back side, it is considered to provide a stage for rolling the game ball in the space up to the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. It is done. However, if a stage is provided in the entire space up to the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, game balls on the stage are not easily released from the decorative member 66, and there is a risk that the interest of the game will be reduced. This is because the depth of the stage is large and the time for the game ball to roll on the stage becomes too long. Therefore, in the present embodiment, when an effect operating device such as the expansion effect device 101 or the rotation effect device 102 is attached in the decoration member 66, the stage 106 is used in order to keep the depth width of the stage within a certain range. And a decorative member 107 is provided between the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b.

  In view of such a background, in this embodiment, since the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 are provided, the depth width of the stage 106 is within an average time for the game ball to roll on the stage. Any depth may be used as long as it is a general stage depth width, and the depth width of the decoration member 107 is a difference width corresponding to the depth width of the stage operating device mounted in the decoration member 66 and the depth width of the stage. I just need it. For example, the depth width of the decorative member 107 may be larger than the value obtained by subtracting the depth width of the stage from the depth width of the effect operating device. More preferably, in the case where the depth width of the stage 106 is a general stage depth width, the ratio between the depth width of the stage 106 and the depth width of the decorative member 107 is (depth depth of the stage 106: The depth width of the decorative member 107 may be equal to (1: 0.7 to 1.3). Further, (depth width of stage 106: depth width of decoration member 107) = (1: 0.9 to 1.1) may be used.

  Here, the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 will be described with reference to FIG. First, the decorative member 107 will be described. The decorative member 107 includes a decorative plate 107a formed of a translucent resin having translucency, and a transparent resin member 107b for covering the surface of the decorative plate 107a. The decorative plate 107a is colored and a predetermined pattern is represented by unevenness. In FIG. 10, the part surrounded by the line shows the convex surface, and the other part shows the concave surface. The decorative plate 107a shown in FIG. 10 is shown with irregularities as a predetermined pattern such that light is diffused radially from the semicircular shape centered on the semicircular shape in front of the center. A plurality of decoration plate LEDs (not shown) are mounted on the back side of the decoration plate 107a. The plurality of decorative board LEDs are turned on or blinked as a game effect according to the progress of the game. For example, when the variable display is not performed on the liquid crystal display device 44b, the LEDs are turned off and the liquid crystal display device 44b is turned off. When the variable display is performed, the LED is blinked and a light effect of emitting light from the decorative member 107 is performed.

  The decoration member 107 is separated from the stage 106 by a step so that a game ball rolling on the stage 106, which will be described later, does not easily enter the decoration member 107. The surface of the decorative member 107 is formed so as to incline downward toward the front side. Therefore, even if a game ball enters the decorative member 107, it is guided onto the stage 106.

  Here, with reference to Fig.10 (a) and FIG. 11, the positional relationship in the depth direction of the expansion type production | presentation apparatus 101 and the rotation type production | presentation apparatus 102, the stage 106, and the member 107 for decoration is demonstrated. A range indicated by a dotted line 110 ′ between the stage 106 and the decorative member 107 indicates a displaceable range in which the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 of the magnified rendering device 101 can be displaced in the depth direction. . That is, as shown in FIG. 11, the displaceable range indicated by the dotted line 110 ′ is a state in which the expansion effect device 101 does not overlap the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44 b (the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are The first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are displaced in the depth direction when they are in the state of solid line) and when they overlap the display surface (the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are dotted lines). The possible range is shown. As indicated by the dotted line 110 ′, the displaceable range of the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 in the present embodiment is included above the stage 106 and above the decorative member 107 further behind the stage 106. doing. Thus, even when the expansion effect device 101 that displaces the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 within the range of a considerable depth width is mounted in the decorative member 66, Since the decorative member 107 is provided, the depth width of the stage 106 can be set to a general depth width by adjusting the depth width of the decorative member 107.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 10A, on the right side of the stage 106 and the decorative member 107, there is shown a circular decorative body 150 attached to an attachment recess formed on the inclined surface. Since it is attached to an inclined surface, the depth width of the rotary rendering device 102 has a considerable depth width. For this reason, as shown in FIG. 10A, the farthest left end of the circular decorative body 150 enters the position of the decoration member 107 further behind the stage 106. Even in such a case, since the decorative member 107 is provided on the back side of the stage 106, the depth width of the stage 106 can be changed to a general depth width by adjusting the depth width of the decorative member 107. Can be set.

  Next, the stage 106 will be described. The stage 106 is made of a transparent resin. As shown in FIG. 10A, the stage 106 is provided with a first stage 160 on the back side and a second stage 161 on the near side as a stage on which a game ball can roll. The first stage 160 and the second stage 161 are separated by a standing wall 162 on the left and right sides. The standing wall 162 only needs to be adjusted to a height that does not exceed the gaming balls that have entered the first stage 161 and the second stage 162. For example, the standing wall 162 is adjusted to a height that is lower than the radius of the gaming balls. Has been.

  On the left side of the first stage 160, a warp outlet 104b through which game balls received from the warp inlet 104a are discharged is provided. The first stage 160 rolls the game ball discharged from the warp discharge port 104b. The first stage 160 has concave and convex rolling surfaces that form arc-shaped concave portions 175a and 175b on both sides in the left-right direction, and a concave portion 176 having a flat bottom at the center. Further, the first stage 160 is an arc-shaped concave portion having a curvature larger than the curvature of the concave portions 175a and 175b, and the width of the concave portion is widened toward the front side, and the bottom surface is inclined downward toward the front side. Recesses 190a and 190b are formed. The bottom surface of the recess 176 is formed so as to be inclined downward toward the front surface side. The surface on the first stage 160 is inclined so as to incline downward toward the rear surface except for the recesses 176, 190a, and 190b. Thereby, the game ball rolling on the first stage 160 is guided to the second stage 161 by the recesses 175a, 175b, 176, 190a, 190b and the like.

  Similarly to the first stage 160, the second stage 161 has the same arcuate recesses 185a and 185b at the same positions as the recesses 175a and 175b of the first stage 160 in the left-right direction, and the recess 176 of the first stage 160. It has an uneven rolling surface that forms a recess 186 having a flat bottom at the same central position. In addition, the second stage 161 is formed with concave portions 191a and 191b that are arc-shaped concave portions that are continuous with the concave portions 190a and 190b of the first stage 160 and are inclined downward toward the front surface side. The recesses 191a and 191b have the same curvature as the recesses 190a and 190b of the first stage 160, and widen from the same width as the front side of the recesses 190a and 190b of the first stage 160 toward the front side. It is formed so as to incline downward from the height in front of the recesses 190a and 190b of one stage 160 toward the front side.

  Furthermore, arc-shaped concave portions 192a and 192b having a curvature larger than the curvature of the concave portions 191a and 191b are formed at the lowest position before the concave portions 191a and 191b of the second stage 161.

  The bottom surface of the recess 186 is formed so as to be further inclined downward from a position lower than the lowest position before the recess 176 of the first stage 160 toward the front surface side. The surface on the second stage 161 is inclined so as to incline downward toward the rear surface except for the recesses 186, 191a, and 191b. Thereby, the game ball rolling on the second stage 161 is released again to the game area 41 side by the recesses 185a, 185b, 186, 191a, 191b, 192a, 192b and the like. An open opening is formed on the front side of the second stage 161 and is released to the game area 41.

  An introduction port 187 for receiving a game ball is provided at the center front position of the recess 186 of the second stage 161. The introduction port 187 communicates with the discharge port 188 disposed immediately above the first start port 58a (see FIG. 1). Although the example in which the discharge port 188 is disposed right above the first start port 58a will be described, the present invention is not limited to this, and the discharge port 188 may be disposed almost right above the first start port 58a. Nearly above is the position at which a part or all of the vertical line passing through the opening of the first starting port 58a and a part or all of the vertical line passing through the opening of the discharge port 188 intersect with the part of the vertical line of the game board. This refers to the relationship in which the start port 58a and the discharge port 188 are arranged. The game ball received by the introduction port 187 is discharged from the discharge port 188. Thereby, it is configured such that the released game ball can win the first start opening 58a with high probability.

  A first guide protrusion 177 that protrudes in a mountain shape to guide the game ball in a predetermined direction is formed at a position in front of the center of the recess 176 of the first stage 160. The first guide protrusion 177 is formed to guide the game ball toward the position where the introduction port 187 of the second stage 161 is provided.

  In the concave portion 186 of the second stage 161, a second guiding projection 189 for guiding the game ball guided by the first guiding projection 177 of the first stage 160 in the direction in which the introduction port 187 is provided, and an introduction A guide passage 197 having a concave surface that leads to the mouth 187 is formed. Thereby, among the game balls rolling on the first stage 160, the game balls guided by the first guide protrusion 177 are guided by the second guide protrusion 189 and the guide passage 197 of the second stage 161 and introduced. The probability of being accepted by the mouth 187 can be increased. As a result, it is possible to increase the probability that the game ball guided by the first guide protrusion 177 wins the first start opening 58a.

  As described above, since the bottom surfaces of the recess 176 and the recess 186 are inclined toward the front, even if the recesses 176 are guided by the first guide projections 177 or the like, the momentum may not enter the introduction port 187. Can occur. However, in front of the introduction port 187, a V-shaped guide that is beaten in a V-shape for guiding and dropping the game ball that has not entered the introduction port 187 to a position just above the first start port 58a. A portion 187a is formed. Therefore, since the game ball guided by the first guide protrusion 177 falls from the position corresponding to the first start port 58a by the V-shaped guide portion 187a even if the game ball does not enter the introduction port 187, The probability of winning the first start port 58a can be increased.

Next, main effects obtained by the embodiment described above will be described.
(1-1) Conventionally, there has been a gaming machine in which a moving member is attached as an effect operating device on top of a display device that displays an image. In such a gaming machine, the moving member can be moved downward to a position overlapping the display device, and a part of the image that has become invisible due to the movement of the moving member is reflected by a mirror to give the player There was something that made it visible. However, in such a conventional gaming machine, even when the moving member moves, the moving member itself does not change, and for the player side, the arrangement of the moving member is merely changed. . That is, even if the effect operating device is moved to a position overlapping the display device, it is only possible to perform an effect in which the position of the effect operating device changes. As a result, the production using the production operation device becomes monotonous, and there is a possibility that the interest of the game is reduced. Therefore, in the present embodiment, in order to provide a gaming machine that can improve the interest of the game by performing an effect using the effect actuating device, the above-described expansion effect device 101 is replaced by the liquid crystal display device 44b. Attached above.

  As described with reference to FIG. 3 and the like, the enlargement effect device 101 accommodates the second decorative body 111 on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 at an upper position that does not overlap the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and the liquid crystal The second decorative body 111 can be changed to a state in which the second decorative body 111 protrudes from the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 at a position overlapping the display surface of the display device 44b. In other words, the magnified rendering device 101 has a state in which the second decorative body 111 is housed on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 at a position that does not overlap with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and the liquid crystal display device 44b The first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are displaced at a position overlapping the display surface, and the second decorative body 111 is projected from the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 so as to be enlarged and enlarged. Can be made. As a result, the first decorative body 110 is displaced to a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and the second decorative body 111 is protruded above the first decorative body 110. Can improve the interest of the game. Moreover, in the state displaced to the position which does not overlap with the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, by accommodating the 2nd decoration body 111 in the rear surface side of the 1st decoration body 110, the expansion type production device 101 was accommodated compactly. Since it can be made into a state, the space saving of an attachment part can be achieved.

  (1-2) In the above-described embodiment, the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 can be displaced in conjunction with each other by swinging the common arm members 121a and 121b. As a result, the number of members for displacing the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 can be reduced. Further, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of inconvenience that one of the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 is displaced due to a member failure or the like, but the other is not displaced. .

  (1-3) In the embodiment described above, the wiring members are provided in the arm members 121a and 121b. For this reason, in order to accommodate the wiring of the LED for decorations attached to the 1st decoration body 110 in the wiring accommodating part of arm member 121a, 121b, wiring is caught in the 1st decoration body 110, the 2nd decoration body 111, etc., and it is disconnected. It is possible to prevent the occurrence of inconveniences such as. Moreover, even if the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are displaced, the wiring can be configured so as not to be shown to the player, so that the aesthetic appearance of the expansion type rendering device 101 can be improved.

  (1-4) In the above-described embodiment, a tension spring 195 or a torsion coil spring is attached as an elastic body that applies a force in a direction in which the second decorative body 111 is accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110. Yes. For this reason, accommodation speed | velocity | rate can be improved, reducing the addition at the time of accommodating the 2nd decoration body 111 in the rear surface side of the 1st decoration body 110. FIG. Moreover, rattling that occurs between the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 can be reduced.

  (1-5) In the above-described embodiment, the driving mechanisms 136a and 136b for transmitting the driving force of the driving motors 124a and 124b to the rotating shafts of the arm members 121a and 121b include the worm gear and the worm wheel. It is configured. For this reason, even if it is a case where drive motor 124a, 124b stops, the 1st decoration body 110 and the 2nd decoration body 111 can be maintained in the state when it stopped.

  (2-1) Conventionally, it has been provided with a decorative member formed with a stage that receives and rolls a game ball falling in the game area and then releases it to the game area again, and is located above the prize opening in the center of the stage. There was a gaming machine provided with a protrusion for rolling toward the side. However, in such a conventional gaming machine, the member corresponding to the protrusion described above is provided only at the back of the stage, and when the game ball is received on the stage, the game ball is placed at the center of the stage. There was no effective route that would be advantageous to the player other than rolling to the back of the. For this reason, when a game ball is accepted on the stage, the player can only have a sense of expectation that the game ball rolls in the center of the stage, and the game becomes monotonous and less interesting There was a risk of letting it go. Therefore, in the present embodiment, in order to provide a gaming machine that can improve the interest of the game by having a plurality of expectations for rolling the game ball on the stage, the decorative member described above is provided. A stage 106 including a first stage 160 and a second stage 161 was formed below the opening 84 in 66.

  An inlet 187 is formed in the recess 186 of the second stage 161. The game ball that has entered the introduction port 187 is discharged from a discharge port 188 provided at a position corresponding to the position immediately above the first start port 58a. Therefore, the probability that the game ball can win the first start opening 58a is increased. In addition, a first guide protrusion 177 that guides in the direction in which the introduction port 187 is provided is formed in the recess 176 of the first stage 160. Thus, when a game ball is received on the stage 106, the player is given a sense of expectation that the game ball will be guided by the first guide protrusion 177 and a sense of expectation that the game ball will directly enter the introduction port 187. You can hold them. That is, it is possible to make the player have two different senses of expectation with respect to how the game ball rolls on the stage 106. For this reason, when a game ball is received in the stage 106, the opportunity to have expectation can be increased, and the interest of the game is improved.

  (2-2) In the embodiment described above, the V-shaped guide part 187a is formed in front of the introduction port 187. Thereby, for example, even if it is guided by the first guide protrusion 177 but does not enter the introduction port 187 so much, it is guided by the V-shaped guide part 187a to win the first start port 58a. Can give players a sense of expectation. For this reason, it is possible to make the player have a sense of expectation in a resurrection of the loser and improve the interest of the game.

  (2-3) In the embodiment described above, the recesses 190a and 190b are formed on the left and right sides of the first guide protrusion 177 of the first stage 160. As a result, the game ball received in the stage 106 may be guided to the second stage 161 by the recesses 190a and 190b before reaching the first guide protrusion 177. Can be given.

  (2-4) In the above-described embodiment, the upright walls 162 are provided on the left and right sides excluding the place where the game ball guided by the recess formed in the first stage 160 passes. This makes it difficult for the game ball to be guided from the first stage 160 to the second stage 161. Therefore, when the game ball is received on the stage 106, the game ball is formed on the first stage 160. Since the probability of being guided to the second stage 161 side by the guide protrusion 177 can be increased, the expectation can be improved.

  (2-5) In the above-described embodiment, the second guide protrusion 189 and the guide passage 197 are formed in the recess 186 of the second stage 161. As a result, the probability that the game ball guided by the first guide protrusion 177 formed on the first stage 160 enters the inlet 187 formed on the second stage 161 can be increased, thereby improving expectation. Can do.

  (3-1) As described above, conventionally, in order to attach an effect operating device such as the enlarging effect device 101 or the rotary effect device 102 in the decorative member, the display of the display device is located at a position recessed on the back side. It was necessary to configure it so that the face would face it. For this reason, in the case where the display surface of the display device faces the position recessed on the back side, a stage for rolling the game ball is provided in the space up to the display surface of the display device. However, if a stage is provided in the entire space up to the display surface of the display device, the game ball on the stage is not easily released from the decorative member, and there is a possibility that the interest of the game is reduced. This is because the depth of the stage is large and the time for the game ball to roll on the stage becomes too long. Therefore, in the present embodiment, there is provided a gaming machine that can improve the interest of the game by suppressing the depth width of the stage within a predetermined range even when the production is performed using the production operation device. Therefore, a decorative member 107 is provided between the stage 106 and the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. For this reason, when performing an effect using the expansion effect device 101 that displaces the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 within the displaceable range indicated by the dotted line 110 ′ in FIG. 10A and FIG. 11. Even so, the depth width of the stage 106 can be suppressed within a predetermined range by adjusting the depth width of the decorative member 107 in accordance with the depth width of the expansion effect device 101. As a result, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of inconvenience that the game balls on the stage 106 are not easily released to the game area 41, and to improve the fun of the game.

  (3-2) In the above-described embodiment, a plurality of decorative plate LEDs are mounted on the back side of the decorative plate 107a, and a light effect of radiating light from the decorative member 107 can be performed. The interest of the game can be improved.

Next, modifications and feature points of the embodiment described above are listed below.
(1) The example in which the front surface of the first decorative body 110 of the magnified rendering device 101 in the above-described embodiment is configured by the light transmitting portion 110a and the non-light transmitting portion 110b has been described. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and the front surface of the first decorative body 110 may be formed of any kind of member, and may be configured as long as the second decorative body 111 can be accommodated on the rear surface side.

  FIG. 12 is a diagram for explaining the main body part 210a of the first decorative body 210 and the both wing parts 210b formed on the left and right of the main body part 210a of the expansion effect device 201 according to the modification. 12 (a) to 12 (c) show states when the magnified effect device 201 is driven in accordance with the display effect of the liquid crystal display device 44b, and FIGS. 12 (d) to 12 (f) are shown in FIG. (C) Only the display state of the liquid crystal display device 44b corresponding to each is shown. 12 (a) and 12 (d) show a state in which the expansion effect device 201 is in a normal state. The first decorative body 210 of the expansion effect device 201 in the modification is formed of a transparent resin as a see-through portion having a translucent surface on the front side of the main body 210a of the first decorative body 210, and on the left and right of the main body 210a. Both attached wings 210b are made of non-permeable resin. Therefore, a member or an image arranged on the rear surface side can be visually recognized through the main part 210a of the first decorative body 210.

  As shown in FIG. 12B, when the magnified rendering device 201 is in a driving state, the first decorative body 210 is displaced downward and overlaps the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. In this case, the position overlapping the main body 210a of the first decorative body 210 on the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b corresponds to a transparent portion of the main body 210a as a specific image as shown in FIG. The image to be displayed is displayed. As the specific image displayed corresponding to the transparent part of the main part 210a, in FIG. 12E, a color different from the other display surfaces is displayed on the display surface corresponding to the transparent part. An image below the character “S” is displayed inside. Since the main portion 210a of the first decorative body 210 is thus formed of a transparent resin, as shown in FIG. 12B, the first decorative body 210 is displaced downward and the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. And the specific image described above can be visually recognized at the position overlapping the main body 210a.

  FIG. 12C shows a state in which the first decorative body 210 is further displaced downward. In this case, as shown in FIG. 12F, the specific image shown in FIG. 12E is displayed at the position overlapping the main body 210a of the first decorative body 210 on the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b. It moves downward in accordance with the operation of one decorative body 210. As shown in FIG. 12C, the specific image displayed at a position overlapping the main part 210 a of the first decorative body 210 on the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44 b changes according to the operation of the first decorative body 210. Can be displayed.

  Thereby, it is possible to provide the player with an effect as if the first decorative body 210 having the main body 210a having a design corresponding to the specific image is displaced up and down. Therefore, by changing the content of the specific image, it is possible to produce an effect as if the first decorative body 210 having a different design is displaced. Therefore, the variation of production can be made rich and the interest of the game can be improved.

  (2) In the above-described embodiment, the arm members 121 a and 121 b that displace the first decorative body 110 are swung to displace the shafts 126 a and 126 b, and the second decorative body 111 is moved to the first decorative body 110. The expansion effect device 101 that is accommodated on the rear surface side or protruded from the rear surface side has been described. That is, the example in which the second decorative body 111 is also displaced by the member for displacing the first decorative body 110 has been described. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and the second decorative body 111 may be configured to be displaced by a member different from the member that displaces the first decorative body 110. For example, a compression spring is attached to the rear surface of the first decorative body 110, the second decorative body 111 is mounted on the upper end of the compression spring, and the second decorative body 111 is displaced by the force of the compression spring. Also good. When configured in this way, when the expansion effect device 101 is in the normal state, that is, when the first decorative body 110 is disposed above the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, the second decorative body is provided. The upper end of 111 comes into contact with the upper wall of the mounting cover member 105, and the compression spring is compressed and accommodated on the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110. Further, when the magnified rendering device 101 is in a driving state, that is, when the first decorative body 110 is displaced to a position overlapping the display surface of the liquid crystal display device 44b, the upper effect wall 101 is restrained by the upper wall of the mounting cover member 105. The second decorative body 111 protrudes from the rear surface side of the first decorative body 110 by the elastic force of the compression spring.

  (3) The standing wall 162 provided between the first stage 160 and the second stage 161 in the above-described embodiment excludes the place where the game ball guided by the recess formed in the first stage 160 passes. An example provided only on the left and right sides has been described. However, the standing wall 162 is not limited to this, and may be any wall provided at a boundary portion excluding at least a portion through which the game ball guided by the first guide protrusion 177 passes. For example, the standing wall may be provided at a boundary portion excluding a place where a game ball guided by the recess 176 in which the first guide protrusion 177 is formed passes. Moreover, the standing wall 162 demonstrated the example adjusted to the height lower than the radius of a game ball. However, this is not limiting, and the height of the standing wall may be higher than the radius of the game ball. In addition, the first stage 160 surface and the second stage 161 surface are adjusted to have the same height even if one of them is adjusted to be higher, for example. The first stage 160 and the second stage 161 may be separated from each other by the standing wall as described above.

  (4) In the above-described embodiment, an example in which a decorative body LED is mounted as an electrical component on the first decorative body 110 and a light effect is performed as a predetermined effect has been described. However, the electrical component is not limited to the decorative body LED, and a decorative body drive source (for example, a motor or a solenoid) that supplies a driving force for driving a predetermined member, or predetermined information or an image is displayed. A display device for a decorative body (for example, a liquid crystal display device, a 7-segment display) may be used. When the decorative body drive source is mounted on the first decorative body 110, the effect actuating device attached to the first decorative body 110 may be driven by the decorative body drive source. You may comprise so that the 2nd decoration body 111 mentioned above may be displaced up and down with the said drive body for decoration bodies.

  (5) In the above-described embodiment, an example in which a decorative body LED is mounted on the first decorative body 110 will be described. The example which was formed with transparent resin as a see-through | perspective part which has translucency was demonstrated. However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the decorative body LED may be mounted on the second decorative body 111, or may be mounted on either the first decorative body or the second decorative body. The second decorative body may be formed of a transparent resin, and both the first decorative body and the second decorative body may be formed of a transparent resin.

  (6) In the above-described embodiment, the liquid crystal display device 44b that displays a decorative pattern as an example has been described as an example of the display device. Instead, it may be a dedicated display device for displaying predetermined effects (characters other than symbols, backgrounds, etc.) as the game progresses. The type of display device is not limited to a liquid crystal display device, but may be a CRT, LED, VFD, EL, or plasma display device, or a drum or reel display device.

  (7) In the above-described embodiment, as the configuration of the pachinko gaming machine, the variation of the identification information on the variation display device is started in accordance with the detection of the winning ball of the starting ball detector, and the identification information is displayed in a predetermined manner. As a result, a pachinko gaming machine (which is commonly referred to as the first type) that generates a big hit and opens the variable winning ball device is illustrated, but it is not particularly limited to this, and the winning of the starting ball detector Pachinko gaming machine (this is commonly referred to as the second type) that starts the game by opening the variable winning ball device with the detection of the ball and generating a big hit by winning a hit to a specific area in the variable winning ball device. When the ball detector detects the winning ball, the identification information on the variable display device starts to fluctuate. When the identification information shows a predetermined display result, a right is generated, and a hit ball is awarded in a specific area in this state. Pachinko machines with big hits ( Les may be colloquially referred to as a third kind) a. In addition, a game can be started by setting a predetermined number of bets for one game using coins and credits, and a display result is derived to a variable display device that displays a plurality of types of identification information in a variable manner. This may be a slot machine in which one game is completed and a winning can be generated according to the display result derived to the variable display device. Further, it may be an enclosed game machine in which a game ball is enclosed inside the game machine.

(8) In the above-described embodiment, when the jackpot is controlled, the opening / closing plate 49 of the special variable winning ball apparatus 48 is operated by the solenoid 65 until a predetermined time elapses or within a predetermined time. The example in which the opening cycle to be released is repeated a predetermined number of times until the winning ball is won has been described. That is, until a predetermined time passes or a predetermined number of special variable winning ball devices that can be changed between a first state that makes it easy to win a ball and a second state that the ball cannot win or is difficult to win. The example in which the repetition control is repeated a predetermined number of times in the first state has been described. However, when the jackpot is controlled, it is not limited to such control,
a) The open / close plate 49 of the special variable winning ball device 48 is controlled continuously or intermittently for a predetermined time in a first state that makes it easy to win a hit ball. b) Detection of a hit ball in a specific winning or passing area. And the open / close plate 49 of the special variable winning ball device 48 is controlled continuously or intermittently for a predetermined time in the first state for facilitating the winning of the hitting ball. C) A predetermined number regardless of the winning of the hitting ball. Control that directly discharges a prize ball d) Control that adds a valuable number to a valuable storage medium (such as a card or a receipt) e) Pachinko game that can be played based on a score It may be any one that performs control for giving a score to a machine, or may perform control that selectively combines the above-described controls.

  (9) Next, other examples of display effects in the liquid crystal display device 44b will be described. 13-17 is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in each display effect. 18 to 32 are explanatory diagrams showing specific examples of display effects. Note that the title numbers (circled numbers and the like) in FIGS. 13 to 17 correspond to the title numbers (circled numbers and the like) in FIGS. 18 to 32. That is, the description in the “content” column of the display effect specified by the title number in FIGS. 13 to 17 (for example, “waterfall scroll reach” in FIG. 13) is the display effect indicated by the same number in FIGS. (For example, FIG. 18 to FIG. 19). In addition, in No. 13 to FIG. The serial numbers (for example, 1 to 15) in the column corresponding to the serial numbers assigned in FIGS. 18 to 32 (for example, 1 to 15 in FIGS. 18 to 19).

  FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram for explaining display contents in the display effect of “waterfall scroll reach”. FIG. 14 is an explanatory diagram for explaining display contents in the display effect of “cannon reach-1”. FIG. 15 is an explanatory diagram for explaining display contents in the display effect of “cannon reach-2”. FIG. 16 is an explanatory diagram for explaining display contents in the display effect of “Cat Reach”. FIG. 17 is an explanatory diagram for explaining display contents in the display effect of “fight reach”.

  18-19 is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "waterfall scroll reach" which is a display effect which has the display content shown by FIG. 20 to 23 are explanatory diagrams showing specific examples of display effects in “cannon reach-1” which is a display effect having the display contents shown in FIG. 14. 24 to 26 are explanatory diagrams showing specific examples of display effects in “cannon reach-2”, which is a display effect having the display contents shown in FIG. 15. 27 to 29 are explanatory diagrams showing specific examples of display effects in “cat reach” which is a display effect having the display contents shown in FIG. 16. 30 to 32 are explanatory diagrams showing specific examples of display effects in “fight reach” which is a display effect having the display contents shown in FIG. 17.

  (10) The first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 in the above-described embodiment are displaced up and down via the arm members 121a and 121b by driving the drive motors 124a and 124b provided on the left and right. An example was described. However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 may be configured to be displaced up and down by driving one drive motor. For example, the rotating shaft of the arm member 121a and the rotating shaft of the arm member 121b are connected, and the connected rotating shaft is driven by one drive motor, whereby the first decorative body 110 and the second decorative body 111 are moved up and down. You may comprise so that it may be displaced to. Moreover, when comprised in this way, you may provide the drive part which inclines the connected rotating shaft right and left. For example, the connected rotating shaft is inclined with the fixed end side of the arm member 121a downward and the fixed end side of the arm member 121b upward, and the fixed end side of the arm member 121a is upward and the fixed end side of the arm member 121b is downward. The bearing cover 135 may be attached to the attachment cover member 105 so that the bearing cover 135 can be inclined, and the bearing cover 135 may be driven by the drive unit.

  (11) It should be understood that the embodiment disclosed this time is illustrative in all respects and not restrictive. The scope of the present invention is defined by the terms of the claims, rather than the description above, and is intended to include any modifications within the scope and meaning equivalent to the terms of the claims.

It is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine. It is a figure for demonstrating a decoration member, (a)-(d) each has shown the front view, the top view, the right view, and the upper right perspective view. It is a figure for demonstrating operation | movement of an expansion type production apparatus. It is a figure for demonstrating a state when an expansion type production apparatus is driven according to the display production of a liquid crystal display device. It is an upper right perspective view for demonstrating the structure which looked at the expansion type | mold production apparatus from upper right. FIG. 4 is a right side view for explaining a structure of the enlargement effect device viewed from the right side. It is a right rear view for demonstrating the structure which looked at the expansion type | mold production apparatus from the right back. FIG. 6 is a schematic cross-sectional view for explaining an outline of a cross-sectional structure of an enlarged rendering device as viewed from above. It is a figure for demonstrating operation | movement of a rotary production | presentation apparatus. It is a figure for demonstrating a stage and the member for a decoration. It is sectional drawing for demonstrating the XI-XI cross section shown to Fig.2 (a). It is a figure for demonstrating the main part and both wing | blade part of the 1st decoration body of the expansion type | mold production apparatus in a modification. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in the display effect of "waterfall scroll reach." It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in the display effect of "cannon reach-1". It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in the display effect of "cannon reach-2". It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in the display effect of "Cat Reach". It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the display content in the display effect of "fight reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "waterfall scroll reach." It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "waterfall scroll reach." It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-1". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-1". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-1". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-1". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-2". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-2". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cannon reach-2". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cat reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cat reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "cat reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "fight reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "fight reach". It is explanatory drawing which shows the specific example of the display effect in "fight reach".

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  3 Front frame, 4 Front door frame, 40 Game board, 44b Liquid crystal display device, 66 Decoration member, 100 Base member, 101 Enlargement production device, 102 Rotation production device, 106 Stage, 107 Decoration member, 121a, 121b Arm Member, 136a, 136b Drive mechanism, 160 First stage, 161 Second stage.

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  1. A plurality of types of identification information, each of which includes a display device capable of changing a display state in accordance with the progress of the game and an effect operating device attached to a normal position on the end side of the display surface of the display device, each of which can be identified A game machine that controls the display to a specific gaming state that is advantageous to the player when the display result is a specific display result.
    The production operating device is:
    A first decorative body that is displaceable between the normal position and a driving position that overlaps the display surface of the display device , and that is visible to a player at the normal position and the driving position ;
    Drive means for driving the first decorative body in accordance with the progress of the game;
    A second decorative body disposed on the display device side of the first decorative body,
    The second decorative body is displaced to a position overlapping with the first decorative body when the first decorative body is in the normal position, and the first decorative body is moved when the first decorative body is in the driving position. A gaming machine characterized by being displaced to a position protruding from the body .
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