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JP5271842B2
JP5271842B2 JP2009181116A JP2009181116A JP5271842B2 JP 5271842 B2 JP5271842 B2 JP 5271842B2 JP 2009181116 A JP2009181116 A JP 2009181116A JP 2009181116 A JP2009181116 A JP 2009181116A JP 5271842 B2 JP5271842 B2 JP 5271842B2
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勲 岩本
睦孝 松下
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To execute a light emitting performance for a ball path from a stage to a start winning port by a light emitting device. <P>SOLUTION: A frame-like decorative body 70 is provided with the ball path 77 in which an entrance 77a is opened on a light transmissive rear wall part 76 closing the rear side of the stage 74 and an exit 77b positioned on the lower side of the stage 74 and opened above the start winning port 60b is opened. In a back unit 50, a lower light emitting device 200 is set so as to be positioned on the rear side of the stage 84. The center decorative block 208 of the lower light emitting device 200 is provided with a recessed groove 210 capable of housing the flow-down part 78 of the ball path 77. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&amp;INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a light emitting device that performs a light emitting effect.

  For example, in a pachinko machine, which is one of the representative examples of gaming machines, a decorative frame is arranged at a substantially central position of the gaming area defined on the front side of the gaming board set in the machine, and a window opened in the decorative frame. The display unit of the symbol display device that performs a required symbol variation game by changing and stopping various symbols is configured to face from behind. Then, the pachinko balls launched on the board surface (game area) of the game board win a start winning device arranged at a position below the decorative frame, so that a symbol variation game is performed on the symbol display device. ing.

  Further, in a pachinko machine, a light emitting device is disposed in a decorative frame, and the light emitting device is turned on or blinked in accordance with a symbol variation game, thereby improving the effect of production. A pachinko machine is also proposed in which a game board is formed of a translucent material, a light emitting device is provided on a member provided on the back side of the game board, and the game board is illuminated from the back side (for example, patents). Reference 1).

JP 2008-99858 A

  Here, with the recent increase in the size of the symbol display device, the space around the window in the decorative frame has been reduced, and a light-emitting device that illuminates parts other than the front side has been newly provided. It was difficult to enhance the production effect. If an attempt is made to secure a space for arranging various light emitting devices in the decorative frame, the window becomes small, and a large symbol display device cannot be adopted. Incurs difficulties that decrease. By the way, in the pachinko machine, a ball guide part (so-called warp route) for guiding the pachinko ball is provided on the stage provided at the lower edge part of the decorative frame, and a player's game against the pachinko ball circulating in the ball guide part is provided. Although the degree of attention is high, there is a problem that the decoration frame does not have a margin for arranging a light emitting device that illuminates the ball guiding portion in order to attract more attention.

  That is, the present invention has been proposed in view of the above-mentioned problems inherent in the gaming machine according to the prior art, and has been proposed to suitably solve these problems. The light emitting device emits light in a ball passage from the stage to the start winning opening. An object is to provide a game machine that can be used.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, a gaming machine according to claim 1 of the present application is
A game board (40) comprising a plate member (42) in which a game area (40a) on which a game ball flows down is defined on the front surface and a back unit (50) disposed on the rear side of the plate member (42); A display unit (41) that faces the center of the game board (40) and a symbol variation game is played, and a frame-shaped decorative body (70) that surrounds the display unit (41) and is attached to a plate member (42) And a stage (74) provided on the frame-shaped decorative body (70) and rolling a game ball taken in from the game area (40a) in the left-right direction,
The entrance (77a) is opened in the rear wall portion (76) having light permeability that closes the rear side of the stage (74), while the start winning opening (60b) is located below the stage (74). ) And a ball passage (77) in which an outlet (77b) opened above is opened,
A light emitting device (200) provided on the back unit (50) located on the rear side of the stage (74),
In the spherical passageway (77), a lower part (78) extending to the rear side of the stage (74) is formed to protrude rearward and has light transmittance,
The light emitting device (200) includes a light emitting substrate (124A) having a light emitting body (204) on the front surface, a front side of the light emitting substrate (124A) and a convex shape formed on the front side. A light transmissive member (208) located on the rear side, and the light transmissive member (208) has a concave groove (210) recessed corresponding to the flow part (78) of the spherical passage (77). It is formed and the flow lower part (78) is configured to be received in the concave groove (210).
According to the first aspect of the present invention, since the lower part of the ball passage is accommodated in the concave groove of the light transmitting member of the light emitting device, the game ball flowing down the lower part by the light emitting device can be illuminated with light. it can. That is, the player's interest can be enhanced by performing a light-emitting effect with the light-emitting device on a ball passage having a high winning probability at the start winning opening, which is a starting condition of the symbol variation game, and a high degree of attention of the player. Moreover, since the lower part is accommodated in the concave groove, the light from the light emitting device can illuminate the lower part not only from the rear side but also from three directions.

In the invention according to claim 2, the light emitting substrate (124A) includes a light emitter (204) disposed on the rear side of the lower part (78) of the spherical passage (77), and a rear part of the lower part (78). And a light-emitting body (204) disposed around the periphery.
According to the second aspect of the present invention, since the light emitter is disposed not only on the rear side of the lower part but also on the periphery, the lower part can be suitably illuminated from the periphery.

In the invention according to claim 3, the groove (210) is formed so as to be aligned with the flow lower part (78), and the flow lower part (78) is configured to fit into the groove (210). The gist.
According to the invention which concerns on Claim 3, since a flow part fits into a ditch | groove, it can contribute to positioning with a light-emitting device and a frame-shaped ornament.
The gist of the invention according to claim 4 is that the light transmitting member (208) has a rear surface formed in an uneven shape.
According to the invention which concerns on Claim 4, the light irradiated from the light-emitting body can be spread | diffused appropriately by the unevenness | corrugation provided in the rear surface of the light transmissive member.
The gist of the invention according to claim 5 is that the light transmission member (208) is formed in a hemispherical shape, and a concave groove (210) is formed by denting the top.
According to the invention which concerns on Claim 5, since the ditch | groove is provided in the top part of the hemispherical light transmissive member, light can be appropriately irradiated with respect to the lower part from the circumference of the ditch | groove.

  According to the gaming machine according to the present invention, it is possible to produce a light emission effect on the ball path from the stage to the start winning opening by the light emitting device.

1 is a front view showing a pachinko machine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a rear view of the pachinko machine concerning an example. It is a front view which shows the pachinko machine which concerns on an Example in the state which removed the inner frame and the game board. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. It is a rear view of the game board concerning an example. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. It is the BB sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is CC sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the board member of an Example later. It is a front view which shows the back unit of an Example, Comprising: A side part movable body exists in a standby position. It is a front view which shows the back unit of an Example, Comprising: A side part movable body exists in an operation position. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the back unit base of an Example from the front. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the back unit base of an Example afterwards. It is a front view which shows the back unit box of an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit base of an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit box of an Example. It is a front view which shows the frame-shaped decoration body of an Example. It is a rear view which shows the frame-shaped decoration body of an Example. It is a right view which shows the frame-shaped decoration body of an Example. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the frame-shaped decorative body of an Example from the front. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the frame-shaped decoration body of an Example later. It is a front view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. It is a front view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. It is a rear view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. It is a rear view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. It is a right view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. It is a right view which shows the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. It is the DD sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the EE sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the FF sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is the GG sectional view taken on the line of FIG. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a schematic perspective view which decomposes | disassembles a support part and shows from the front. In an upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a schematic perspective view shown after disassembling a support part. It is a schematic perspective view which decomposes | disassembles the upper movable body of an Example, and shows it from the front. It is a schematic perspective view which decomposes | disassembles the upper movable body of an Example, and shows it later. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a front view which shows a motion of a drive mechanism, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a front view which shows a motion of a drive mechanism, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a rear view which shows a motion of a drive mechanism, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in a standby position. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a rear view which shows a motion of a drive mechanism, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. In the upper movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, it is a schematic perspective view which shows a motion of a drive mechanism, Comprising: An upper movable body exists in an operation position. It is a front view which shows the upper movable body of an Example. It is the HH sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a rear view which shows the movable mechanism of the upper movable body of an Example. It is a top view which shows the movable mechanism of the upper movable body of an Example. It is the II sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the lower light-emitting device of an Example from the front. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the lower light-emitting device of an Example later. It is a control block diagram which shows the relationship of the main apparatuses of the pachinko machine based on an Example. It is the J section enlarged view of FIG.

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

(About pachinko machines)
As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment includes an outer frame 11 that is formed in a rectangular frame shape and is fixed to an installation frame base (not shown) of a game shop. Further, in the pachinko machine 10, a middle frame 12 as a main body frame on which a game board 40 (see FIG. 4) described later is detachably held is assembled to the front side of the opening of the outer frame 11 so as to be opened and closed and detachable. Yes. Further, the pachinko machine 10 is arranged on the back side of the game board 40 so that a symbol display device 13 capable of variably displaying various symbols can be attached and detached (see FIG. 2). On the front side of the middle frame 12, a front frame 14 as a decorative frame having a glass plate 14 a that protects the game board 40 from seeing is assembled in an openable and closable manner, and a pachinko ball (game ball) below the front frame 14. The lower ball tray 15 that stores the water is assembled so as to be openable and closable (see FIG. 1). In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 16 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 14, and the upper ball tray 16 is also opened and closed integrally with the opening and closing of the front frame 14. Configured to do. As the symbol display device 13, a conventionally known display device capable of variably displaying various symbols such as a liquid crystal display device, a drum type display device, and a belt type display device can be used.

(About the middle frame)
As shown in FIG. 3, the middle frame 12 includes an upper frame member 17 that forms an upper edge, a lower frame member 18 that forms a lower edge and is provided with a speaker 33, a ball hitting device 34, an operation handle 35, and the like. It is comprised from the left frame member 19 which makes a left side edge, and the right frame member 20 which makes a right side edge. The middle frame 12 is formed in a rectangular frame shape that aligns with the opening of the outer frame 11 when the upper, lower, left and right frame members 17, 18, 19, 20 are assembled. And the opening part opened to the front and back when the upper and lower, left and right frame members are assembled functions as the game board holding part 22 for installing the game board 40. Here, the middle frame 12 is pivotally supported via a support shaft (not shown) provided at the upper left end and the lower left end of the outer frame 11, and rotates the middle frame 12 around the left end. Thus, the middle frame 12 can be opened and closed with respect to the outer frame 11.

  As shown in FIG. 3, on the inner side of the opening of the left frame member 19 (the game board holding part 22 side), a rotary holding tool that holds the left end of the game board 40 so as to be rotatable and detachable at a position spaced vertically. A plurality of 23 and 23 are provided. In addition, at the right end (on the right frame member 20 side) of the upper and lower frame members, fixing tools 24 and 24 that can be rotated to a fixing position and a fixing releasing position are provided, respectively, and the fixing boards 24 and 24 are used to play the game board. The upper right and lower ends of the right side 40 can be fixed to the middle frame 12. In the pachinko machine 10, with the left end of the game board 40 held by the rotation holders 23, 23, the right end of the game board 40 is pushed in and the left end of the game board 40 (rotation holders 23, 23). The game board 40 is entirely turned to face the game board holding part 22, and the fixtures 24, 24 are rotationally displaced to the fixed positions to support and fix the right upper and lower ends of the game board 40. In this way, the game board 40 has the rotating holders 23, 23 and the fixtures 24, with the back surface of the peripheral edge thereof being in contact with and supported by the upper, lower and left frame members 17, 18, 19, 20. 24, the front surface of the corresponding portion is abutted and supported, and movement in the front-rear direction is restricted. In this state, the front surface of the game board 40 (the front surface of the plate member 42 described later) is separated from the glass plate 14a of the front frame 14 assembled to the middle frame 12 by a preset distance. It is configured to face.

  As shown in FIG. 3, on the back side of the upper frame member 17, a ball tank 25 that stores pachinko balls supplied from an external sphere supply facility provided on an installation frame base or the like has a lateral width of the upper frame member 17. Is provided over substantially the entire width. The ball tank 25 is formed so as to overlap with the upper part on the back side of the game board 40 provided in the game board holding part 22 so that the vertical dimension of the game board 40 can be maximized. In addition, on the back side of the lower frame member 18, a ball supply path that communicates with the upper and lower ball trays 15 and 16 and a ball discharge path that communicates with a ball collection basket provided on the installation frame base are formed, respectively. The set member 26 is disposed (see FIG. 2). The ball tank 25 and the set member 26 are connected to each other via a ball passage unit 27 installed between the two members. The ball discharge device 27a disposed in the ball passage unit 27 drives the ball tank 25a. The pachinko balls supplied to the tank 25 are supplied to the upper and lower ball trays 15 and 16.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the set member 26 includes a power supply device 28 that controls the power supply of the pachinko machine 10, a payout control device 29 that drives and controls a ball payout device 27 a disposed in the ball path unit 27, and the hitting ball launch A launch control device 30 that drives and controls the device 34, an interface board 31 connected to an external terminal, and the like are disposed. Each of these devices 28, 29, 30, 31 is wired to a main control device 32 disposed on the back side of the game board 40, and performs predetermined control based on a control signal from the main control device 32. It is supposed to run.

(Game board)
As shown in FIGS. 4 to 7, the game board 40 is attached to a plate member 42 formed of a transparent synthetic resin material such as acrylic or polycarbonate formed in a substantially rectangular shape, and a rear side of the plate member 42. The rear unit 50 is configured. Further, the game board 40 has a symbol display device 13 detachably disposed on the rear surface of the back unit 50, and the display of the symbol display device 13 is displayed on a display unit 41 defined at the center of the game board 40. The face is facing. In the game board 40, the symbol display device 13 that faces the front side from the display unit 41 in accordance with or independently of the winning by the pachinko ball that is launched into the game area 40 a defined on the front surface of the game board 40 and flows down. On the display screen, a symbol variation game and a predetermined display effect are performed.

(Plate member)
As shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 5, the plate member 42 is a flat plate-like member, and is formed into an appropriate shape by cutting the corners in accordance with the mounting structure to the above-described middle frame 12 based on a substantially rectangular shape. Has been. The plate member 42 has an outer rail 43 extending in a circular arc shape from the lower left part to the upper right part, and an inner rail 44 arranged side by side from the center lower part to the upper left part inside the outer rail 43. Yes. Further, the plate member 42 is provided with a first panel decoration member 45a on the right side of the front surface, extending from the upper right portion of the outer rail 43 to the lower portion of the inner rail 44, with a curved left-side edge recessed rightward. Has been. A substantially circular game area 40a is defined on the front surface of the plate member 42 by the outer rail 43, the inner rail 44, and the first board surface decoration member 45a. Further, on the front surface of the plate member 42, second board surface decoration members 45b are respectively disposed at the upper and lower positions on the left side of the outer rail 43 (outside the game area 40a). In the game board 40, the pachinko balls launched from the hitting ball launching device 34 disposed in the middle frame 12 are launched into the game area 40a, and the pachinko balls flow down in the game area 40a to play a game. It is like that. Note that the pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launcher 34 passes between the outer rail 43 and the inner rail 44 and is launched into the upper left portion of the game area 40a. Here, on the front surface of the plate member 42, a large number of game nails, windmills and the like (not shown) are arranged in the game area 40a, and pachinko balls that flow down the game area 40a by these parts. The flow direction is changed irregularly.

  As shown in FIG. 10, the plate member 42 is provided with a plurality of openings penetrating back and forth in accordance with a frame-shaped decorative body 70 arranged in the game area 40a, various winning devices 60, 62, 64, and decorations. ing. The plate member 42 is a display through hole 42a that is largely opened at the center of the game area 40a, and a winning device through hole that is opened below the display through hole 42a and in which winning devices 60 and 62, which will be described later, are arranged. 42b and a decorative through-hole (attachment opening) 42c opened on each of the left and right sides of the winning device through-hole 42b. Further, in the plate member 42, another decoration through hole 42d is opened between the display through hole 42a and the first panel surface decoration member 45a, and a ball passing between the display through hole 42a and the inner rail 44 is provided. A gate through hole 42e in which the gate 68 is disposed is opened. The display through-hole 42a is formed on the front side of the display surface of the symbol display device 13, and the display unit 41 is provided inside the display through-hole 42a. And in the board member 42, the frame-shaped decorative body 70 mentioned later is arrange | positioned with respect to the display through-hole 42a.

  In the plate member 42, a start winning device 60 capable of winning a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 40a below the display through hole 42a (the frame-like decorative body 70 fitted to the display through hole 42a) is a winning device. It fits and is arrange | positioned by the upper part of the through-hole 42b (refer FIG.4, FIG.5 or FIG.10). Further, on the plate member 42, a special winning device 62 that can win a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 40 a is fitted below the start winning device 60 and fitted to the lower portion of the winning device through hole 42 b. A lower decoration (decorative member) 66 is disposed on the plate member 42 so as to fit into each of the decorative through holes 42c formed to be separated from each other along the lower edge of the game area 40a. Each lower decoration 66 is provided with a normal winning opening 64a facing the game area 40a of the normal winning device 64 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). Further, the board member 42 is provided with an intermediate decoration 67 that fits into another decoration through hole 42d and has a front portion protruding into the game area 40a. Furthermore, the plate member 42 is fitted with the gate through-hole 42e, and the ball passage gate 68 is disposed with the gate port 68a allowing the pachinko ball to pass facing the game area 40a.

(Back unit)
As shown in FIGS. 11 to 17, the back unit 50 has movable presentation devices 82 and 300, light-emitting devices 80 and 200, a light-emitting effect unit 100 and the like arranged on the game board 40 on the front side. The symbol display device 13 is configured to be held on the rear side. The back unit 50 of the embodiment includes a back unit base 52 attached to the rear surface of the plate member 42 and a back unit box 54 attached to the rear side of the back unit base 52. The plate member 42, which is a resin plate made of acrylic or the like, is thinner than a veneer plate that has been conventionally used in game boards, and the thickness of the overlap of the plate member 42 and the back unit base 52 is equivalent to that of the veneer plate. Become.

(Back unit base)
As shown in FIG. 13 or FIG. 14, the back unit base 52 is a plate-like member made of a synthetic resin material (for example, ABS resin or the like) that cannot be seen through, and the outer shape substantially matches the plate member 42. It is formed in size and shape. The back unit base 52 has a front opening 52a larger than the display through hole 42a of the plate member 42 and smaller than the game area 40a, and is formed in a frame shape surrounding the display portion 41 provided inside the front opening 52a. . The front surface of the rear unit base 52 is provided with an installation recess 53 by recessing the opening periphery of the front opening 52a to the rear from the outer edge contacting the rear surface of the plate member 42 (see FIG. 13 or FIG. 16). The installation recesses 53 are provided on the left and right sides and the upper side of the front opening 52a, and the side light emitting devices 80 are disposed on the left and right sides of the installation recess 53 (see FIG. 13). Further, in the installation recess 53, a first rear light emitting unit 102 (to be described later) of the light emitting effect unit 100 is installed on the upper side of the side light emitting device 80, and behind the decorative through hole 42c of the plate member 42 in the installation recess 53. The second front light-emitting substrate 144 of the second front light-emitting unit 140 is installed on the lower side portion of the side part. Further, a decorative component 84 is disposed at a position biased to the left side of the upper portion of the installation recess 53.

  The side light emitting devices 80, 80, the first rear light emitting portions 102, 102 and the decorative component 84 are arranged in the installation recess 53, and each front surface is substantially flush with the front surface of the back unit base 52. Is set to That is, when the back unit base 52 is attached to the rear surface of the plate member 42, the devices 80, 80, 102, 102 and the decorative component 84 installed in the installation recess 53 abut or approach the rear surface of the plate member 42. It is configured as follows. Further, the left and right side light emitting devices 80, 80, the first rear light emitting unit 102, and the decorative component 84 are partially in a frame-like decorative body 70 that is disposed on the plate member 42 so as to be fitted to the display through-hole 42a. It overlaps in the front and rear, and the other part is configured to face the rear of the game area 40a that can be seen from the front through the transparent plate member 42. The left and right side light emitting devices 80 and 80 are partially exposed inside the window 70a of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 as shown in FIG. In this way, the game board 40 is configured to be thin so as to be within the thickness of the back unit base 52, and the side light emitting devices 80 and 80 appearing on the front side through the transparent plate member 42, the first rear light emitting unit 102, 102, the decoration part 84 can be used to decorate the game area 40a and produce a light effect.

(Back unit box)
The back unit box 54 is made of a transparent synthetic resin material (for example, PC resin), and is a box having an opening on the front side, in which an outer wall piece 56 protrudes forward from the outer edge of the installation plate portion 55 formed in a substantially rectangular shape. (See FIG. 17). The rear unit box 54 is provided with a rear opening 54 a at a substantially central position of the installation plate portion 55, and the symbol display device 13 is attached to the rear surface of the rear unit box 54 with the rear opening 54 a aligned with the front surface. That is, the game board 40 has a frame-shaped decoration disposed in the display through-hole 42a with the display through-hole 42a of the plate member 42, the front opening 52a of the back unit base 52 and the rear opening 54a of the back unit box 54 overlapping in the front-rear direction. A display unit 41 is defined inside the body 70 such that the display surface of the symbol display device 13 faces the front side. A plurality of flange portions 56a extending outward in parallel with the installation plate portion 55 are formed at the required positions of the front ends of the outer walls 56, and the back unit box 54 has a front surface of each flange portion 56a. The rear unit base 52 is attached to the base 52 in contact with the rear surface. In other words, the game board 40 includes devices and members between the front surface of the installation plate portion 55 of the back unit box 54 and the rear surface of the back unit base 52 and between the front surface of the installation plate portion 55 and the rear surface of the plate member 42. The installation space is defined.

  As shown in FIG. 15, the back unit box 54 is provided with movable effect devices 82, 82, 300, light emitting devices 80, 80, 200, and a light emitting effect unit 100 on the front surface of the installation plate 55, These devices 80, 80, 82, 82, 100, 200, 300 are configured to fit in the installation space except for the upper movable body 340 of the upper movable effect device 300 described later. In the game board 40 according to the embodiment, the upper movable effect device 300 is disposed on the upper side portion 55 a extending above the rear opening 54 a in the installation plate portion 55, and extends to the side portion of the rear opening 54 a in the installation plate portion 55. The side movable effect device 82 is disposed in each of the side portions 55b to be disposed, and the lower light emitting device 200 is disposed in the lower side portion 55c extending below the rear opening 54a in the installation plate portion 55. As described above, the game board 40 surrounds the display unit 41 and includes the upper movable effect device 300, the left and right side movable effect devices 82 and 82, the left and right side light emitting devices 80 and 80, the lower light emitting device 200, and the light emitting effect. The unit 100 is installed, and is configured so that a required presentation can be performed by these devices 80, 80, 82, 82, 100, 200, 300.

  As shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 5, the start winning device 60 has upper and lower pachinko balls that can flow down the game area 40a on the front side of the first mounting base plate 60a that is screwed to the front surface of the plate member 42. Start winning ports (winning ports) 60b and 60c are provided. In the start winning device 60, the device main body 60d protruding to the rear side of the first mounting base plate 60a protrudes to the rear side of the plate member 42 through the upper portion of the winning device through-hole 42b, and the first mounting base plate 60a. Thus, the upper portion of the winning device through-hole 42b is closed. In the pachinko machine 10, when a pachinko ball that has won the start winning ports 60b and 60c of the start winning device 60 is detected by the start winning sensor 61 (see FIG. 49), the symbol variation on the display surface of the symbol display device 13 starts. At the same time, a predetermined number (for example, five) of pachinko balls are paid out to the upper and lower ball trays 15 and 16 as prize balls. A pair of blade members (not shown) that can swing so as to approach and separate from each other are provided at the left and right positions sandwiching the lower start winning opening 60c. The start winning device 60 has a lower start winning port by swinging a blade member by a solenoid (not shown) provided on a device main body 60d (see FIG. 10) provided on the rear surface side of the first mounting base plate 60a. 60c is opened and closed.

  As shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 5, the special prize-winning device 62 has a horizontally long special prize-winning port 62b opened in the front and rear direction in the second mounting base plate 62a that is screwed to the front surface of the plate member 42. On the rear surface side of the second mounting base plate 62a, there is provided an apparatus main body 62d (see FIG. 10) in which a winning space into which a pachinko ball can be won is formed via the special winning opening 62b. The special prize winning device 62 includes an opening / closing door 62c that opens and closes a special winning opening 62b. The special winning opening 62b is opened and closed by a solenoid (not shown) provided in the apparatus main body 62d. Can be opened and closed. In the pachinko machine 10, as a result of the symbol variation effect performed by the symbol display device 13, the symbol display device 13 stops and displays the symbols in a predetermined symbol combination (for example, a triple of the same symbols), so-called “big hit”. Is generated. Thereby, in the pachinko machine 10, the special prize opening 62b of the special prize winning device 62 is opened, and the pachinko balls won in the special prize opening 62b are detected by the special prize sensor 63 (see FIG. 49), so that a large number of prizes are obtained. The ball is configured to be paid out to the upper and lower ball trays 15 and 16. The device main body portion 60d of the start winning device 60 and the device main body portion 62d of the special prize winning device 62 protrude to the rear of the plate member 42 through a winning device through-hole 42b formed in the plate member 42, and both device main bodies. The portions 60d and 62d are accommodated in a winning device accommodating portion 201 formed in the lower light emitting device 200 corresponding to the device main body portions 60d and 62d (see FIG. 15).

  A ball passage gate 68 having a gate port 68a through which a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 40a can pass is disposed on the front surface of the plate member 42 on the left side of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 in the game area 40a. (See FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). When the pachinko ball passing through the gate port 68a is detected, the ball passing gate 68 outputs a normal symbol incoming ball detecting means for outputting a ball detection signal that triggers a variation display of a normal symbol in a normal symbol display device (not shown). (Not shown) is provided. The normal symbol entry detecting means is electrically connected to the main control device 32. The main control device 32 is provided that the normal symbol entry detecting means detects a pachinko ball passing through the ball passage gate 21. The lottery of whether or not to open the blade member of the start winning device 60 is set.

(Frame decoration)
As shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 5, the plate member 42 is provided with a frame-shaped decorative body 70, which is a large decorative member also called a center accessory, with respect to the display through hole 42a. The frame-shaped decorative body 70 is a frame-shaped member formed in accordance with the opening edge of the display through-hole 42a, and a window 70a that opens in the front-rear direction is defined inside (see FIG. 18). The game board 40 is provided with a display unit 41 inside the window 70 a of the frame-shaped decorative body 70, and decorates the periphery of the display unit 41 with the frame-shaped decorative body 70 surrounding the display unit 41. The game area 40a and the display unit 41 are partitioned (see FIG. 4).

  The frame-shaped decorative body 70 is in contact with the front surface of the plate member 42 to be a screwed portion to the plate member 42, and is formed to protrude rearward on the rear surface of the installation piece portion 71. A fitting piece 72 extending along the opening edge of the through-hole 42a and a front projecting portion of the installation piece 71 are formed to extend from the upper edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 to the left and right side edges. And a hook-like portion 73 extending (see FIGS. 18 to 22). The frame-shaped decorative body 70 is attached by inserting the fitting piece 72 into the display through-hole 42 a and screwing it through the installation piece 71. The frame-shaped decorative body 70 is restricted from moving in the vertical and horizontal directions along the game board surface by fitting the fitting piece 72 into the display through hole 42a (see FIG. 7). The pachinko ball launched into the region 40a is restricted from flowing down across the window 70a.

  In the frame-shaped decorative body 70, the upper surface of the lower edge portion that forms the lower edge of the window 70a is configured as a stage 74 that causes the pachinko balls taken from the game area 40a to roll left and right (see FIG. 18). In the game board 40, the lower light emitting device 200 is disposed on the rear side of the stage 74 so that the stage 74 can emit light. The frame-shaped decorative body 70 includes a ball insertion portion 75 that opens to the game area 40a on the left side of the bowl-shaped portion 73 and guides a pachinko ball taken from the game area 40a to the left side of the stage 74 positioned below. Yes. Further, the frame-shaped decorative body 70 is provided with a rear wall portion 76 that covers the lower region of the window 70a, and the rear side of the stage 74 is closed by the rear wall portion 76 (see FIG. 18 or FIG. 21). The rear wall portion 76 is formed of a light-transmissive resin member and is transparent in the embodiment. The rear wall portion 76 includes an upper hook piece 76a protruding forward at the upper end, and the upper hook piece 76a prevents the pachinko ball taken from the game area 40a from falling to the back unit 50 side. The stage 74 is formed in a circular arc shape with the central portion protruding upward, and is formed so that the left and right sides are the bottom with the central portion interposed therebetween (see FIG. 18). Here, the stage 74 is set so that the height of the central portion is lower than the discharge port of the pachinko sphere in the ball insertion portion 75, and the pachinko sphere is configured to roll greatly to the left and right beyond the mountain in the central portion. . The stage 74 is a light-transmitting member on which a rolling surface of a pachinko sphere is formed, and is further subjected to a light diffusion process. Note that the front surface of the lower edge portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 that forms the lower side of the stage 74 is configured not to transmit light.

  Here, the light diffusion treatment referred to in the present application is, for example, surface processing for forming irregularities on the surface of a light-transmitting member, or light diffusion ink containing fine particles having light reflectivity in various concentration distributions. For example, dot processing for printing or coating on the surface of a light transmissive member, lame processing for dispersing fine particles having light reflectivity in the resin itself constituting the member, processing for changing the refractive index of transmitted light, This refers to a process for irregularly reflecting transmitted light, etc., or a single process or a combination of a plurality of processes. Specific examples of surface processing include groove processing, diamond cutting processing, texture processing, blast processing, knurl processing, and the like. As processing for changing the refractive index of light, the member and the refractive index are formed on the surface of the member. Examples thereof include a sheet lens provided with different fine irregularities.

  The frame-like decorative body 70 has a pachinko ball taken in from the entrance 77a opened on the rear wall 76 facing the center of the stage 74, located below the center of the stage 74 and above the start winning opening 60b. A ball passage 77 is provided for guiding to a passage 77b that is open to the outside. The ball passage 77 has an upper end communicating with the inlet 77 a between the rear wall portion 76 and the lower edge portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 whose rear surface is blocked by the rear wall portion 76, and the rear side of the stage 74. A vertical path extending in the vertical direction is formed (see FIG. 7). Further, the lower edge portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 is formed to penetrate through the front and rear paths that communicate with the lower ends of the upper and lower paths, extend under the stage in the front and rear directions, and communicate with the outlet 77b. (See FIG. 18). Here, in the rear wall portion 76, a flow lower portion 78 that defines the vertical path of the ball passage 77 is formed so as to protrude rearward (see FIG. 20). The flow lower part 78 has an arcuate outer shape in a plan view (see FIG. 22), and is located at the center of the rear surface of the rear wall part 76 covering the lower edge part of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 and above and below the lower edge part. (See FIG. 19). The flow lower part 78 has optical transparency and is transparent in the embodiment.

  As described above, in the pachinko machine 10, when the pachinko ball rolling on the stage 74 enters the entrance 77a, the route having a high winning probability to the start winning opening 60b that triggers the symbol variation game via the ball passage 77 A pachinko ball is discharged from the outlet 77b above the starting winning port 60b. That is, the movement of the pachinko ball that rolls on the stage 74 is one of the points that the player gazes at, and the rolling surface of the stage 74 and the rear wall portion 76 transmit light, so that the lower light emitting device 200 A pachinko ball that rolls on the stage 74 by light emission can be produced by light. Further, since the ball passage 77 is constituted by a flow lower portion 78 (rear wall portion 76) whose rear surface is transparent and its upper surface is constituted by a rolling surface having light permeability, the pachinko that passes through the ball passage 77 is formed. The sphere is also light-emitted by the light emission of the lower light-emitting device 200.

(Normal winning equipment)
The plate member 42 is provided with normal winning openings 64a on the left and right sides of the special winning device 62, respectively, below the frame-shaped decorative body 70 (see FIG. 5). In the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, a normal winning opening 64a facing the game area 40a is provided on the lower decoration 66 provided by closing the decorative through hole 42c on the left and right sides sandwiching the special winning device 62, respectively. Yes. Each lower decoration 66 is provided with two normal winning openings 64a, 64a spaced apart in the vertical and horizontal directions so as to form a staircase. In the pachinko machine 10, the pachinko ball that has won the normal winning opening 64a is guided by a ball flow path 58 provided in the lower part of the back unit box 54 in the back unit 50 (see FIG. 15 or FIG. 17). ). And in the pachinko machine 10, by detecting the pachinko ball with the normal winning sensor 65 (see FIG. 49) provided on the downstream side of the ball flow down path 58, a predetermined number (for example, ten) of the winning balls are placed on the upper and lower ball trays. 15 and 16 are paid out.

  On the gaming board 40, at the bottom of the game area 40a, that is, below the special winning device 62, the pachinko that has flowed down without winning the start winning ports 60b, 60c, the special winning ports 62b, and the respective normal winning ports 64a. An out port 46 for discharging the ball to the back side of the machine is formed.

  On the back surface of the symbol display device 13 detachably disposed on the rear surface of the game board 40 (back unit 50), as shown in FIG. 2, an effect display control device 35 for controlling the display of the symbol display device 13 is provided. It is arranged. Further, on the rear surface of the symbol display device 13, the side movable effect devices 82 and 82 and the upper movable effect device 300 are operated or controlled to emit light, the various light emitting devices 80 and 200 and the light emitting effect unit 100 are controlled to emit light, An overall control device 36 that performs sound effect output control of the speaker 33 and the like is disposed adjacent to the effect display control device 35. In the pachinko machine 10, movable control devices 82, 82, 300 which are control devices or control devices and game parts, light-emitting devices 80, 200, light-emitting effect unit 100, symbol display device 13, speaker 33, start winning sensor 61, special The winning sensor 63, the normal winning sensor 65, and the like are electrically connected via a wiring or relay board 86 (see FIG. 6) (see FIG. 49).

  The main control device 32 receives a detection signal from a start winning sensor 61 that detects a pachinko ball that has won a winning winning opening 60b, 60c, and a special winning sensor 63 that detects a pachinko ball that has won a special winning opening 60b. A detection signal and a detection signal from the normal winning sensor 65 that detects a pachinko ball winning in the normal winning opening 64a are input. The main control device 32 is a main control CPU capable of executing control operations in a predetermined procedure, a main control ROM storing a control program for the main control CPU, and a main control ROM capable of writing and reading necessary data. An electronic component such as a RAM (not shown) is provided.

  The main control device 32 updates the values of various random numbers such as a jackpot determination random number, a jackpot symbol random number, and a variation pattern distribution random number every predetermined cycle, and sets the updated value to a setting area of the main control RAM. The value before update is rewritten by storing (setting) in, and random number update processing (random number generation processing) is executed. For example, in the main control device 32, when a detection signal is input from the start winning sensor 61, the main control CPU acquires a big hit determination random number from the main control ROM, and the big hit determination random number and the main control RAM The big hit determination value is compared with the big hit lottery (big hit determination) to determine whether or not to win. In the main control device 32, when the result of the big hit determination is a big hit, the big hit effect is determined from the variation pattern table including only the big hit effect. On the other hand, when the result of the jackpot determination is out of place, the out effect is determined from the variation pattern table including only the out effect. The determination of the big hit effect and the off-line effect is performed by a random number acquired from the main control ROM by the main control CPU, as in the big hit determination. Note that the variation pattern of the jackpot effect and the off-stage effect determined from the variation pattern table specifies at least the variation time and the content of the effect of the symbol variation game. In the pachinko machine 10, the effect display control device 35 causes the symbol display device 13 to perform a predetermined effect display based on the control signal of the overall control device 36 output according to the lottery result of the main control device 32. Based on the control signal of the payout control device 29 output by the control of the main control device 32, a predetermined number of prize balls are paid out by the ball payout device 27a. Further, in the pachinko machine 10, based on the control signal of the overall control device 36, the movable effect devices 82, 82, 300 are operated, the light emitting devices 80, 80, 200 and the light emitting effect unit 100 are made to emit light, the speaker The sound effect is output from 33.

(Luminescence production part)
As shown in FIG. 4, the game board 40 includes a light emitting effect unit 100 provided so as to extend linearly across the display unit 41. The screen display is combined to produce an effect. The light emitting effect unit 100 includes a plurality of light emitting units 102, 102, 120, 120, 140, 140 disposed on the plate member 42 and the back unit 50. Here, the light emitting effect unit 100 includes at least two light emitting units 102, 102, 120, 120, 140, and 140 that are paired with the display unit 41 interposed therebetween. Here, the light emitting units 102, 102, 120, 120, 140, 140 are “paired” means that the longitudinally extending lines (line LEDs (light emitting elements) in the light emitting units 102, 102, 120, 120, 140, 140 are used. The relationship in which one light emitting line crossing the game area 40a is defined by the relationship between the display direction of the body) and the screen display on the display unit 41. The light emitting effect unit 100 according to the embodiment includes a first light emitting unit 102, 102 provided on the upper side of the display unit 41 and a second light emitting unit 120, 120, 140, 140 provided on the lower side of the display unit 41. Two sets of light emitting units are provided. The light emitting effect unit 100 includes a light emitting unit set including the first light emitting units 102 and 102 and the second light emitting units 120, 120, 140, and 140 obliquely in the game area 40 a including the screen display on the display unit 41. Are arranged so as to form a light emitting line extending in the direction. In the game board 40, the first light emitting units 102 and 102 and the second light emitting units 120, 120, and 140 of each light emitting unit set are arranged so that the extended lines of the two light emitting unit sets intersect on the front side of the display unit 41. , 140 are arranged, and the two light emission lines are configured in an “X” shape in the game area 40a.

  In the game board 40, the first light emitting unit 102 constituting one light emitting unit group is inclined from the upper right of the game area 40a toward the upper right corner of the display unit 41 disposed in the center of the game area 40a. The second light emitting units 120 and 140 that are provided and pair with the first light emitting unit 102 are provided obliquely from the lower left of the game area 40a toward the lower left corner of the display unit 41 (see FIGS. 4 and 5). ). As described above, the light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 constituting one light emitting unit group extend so as to be inclined downward from the right to the left. On the other hand, the game board 40 is provided with the first light emitting unit 102 constituting the other light emitting unit set obliquely from the upper left of the game area 40a toward the upper left corner of the display unit 41. The second light emitting units 120 and 140 that are paired with the unit 102 are provided obliquely from the lower right of the game area 40a toward the lower right corner of the display unit 41. As described above, the light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 constituting the other light emitting unit group extend so as to be inclined downward from left to right. In the game board 40, the symbol display device 13 performs screen display along the extended lines of the light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 that are paired with the display unit 41 interposed therebetween, and the display unit 41 emits light, thereby displaying the display. A light emission line is formed by filling the space between the upper and lower light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 divided by the unit 41.

  The first light emitting units 102 and 102 and the second light emitting units 120, 120, 140, and 140 include a rear light emitting unit 120 provided on the rear side of the plate member 42 and a front light emitting unit 140 that faces the front side of the plate member 42. And the one constituted only by the rear light emitting portion 102 provided on the rear side of the plate member 42 are combined (see FIG. 4). In addition, what is provided in the back side of the plate member 42 among 1st light emission parts is called the 1st back light emission part 102, and what faces the front side of the plate member 42 among 1st light emission parts is 1st front light emission part (implementation). Although it is not provided in the game board 40 of the example, it can also be installed.) Similarly, the second light emitting unit provided on the rear side of the plate member 42 is referred to as a second rear light emitting unit 120, and the second light emitting unit that faces the front side of the plate member 42 is referred to as the second front light emitting unit 140. That's it.

  The light emitting effect unit 100 includes a light emitting unit 102 provided on the back unit base 52 of the back unit 50 and a light emitting unit 120 provided on the front side of the back unit box 54 facing the inside of the front opening 52a in the back unit base 52. I have. In the embodiment, the first rear light emitting unit 102 is provided on the front surface of the back unit base 52 (see FIG. 13 or FIG. 16), and the second rear light emitting unit 120 is provided on the front surface of the back unit box 54 (FIG. 15). Or refer to FIG. In the second front light emitting unit 140, a part of the constituent members is provided on the front surface of the back unit base 52 (see FIG. 13 or FIG. 16), and the remaining members are provided on the plate member 42 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. (See FIG. 5). In this way, the light emitting effect unit 100 effectively uses the space in the game board 40 by arranging the plurality of light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 on the back unit base 52 and the back unit box 54 of the back unit 50 in a balanced manner. ing.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 17, each of the light emitting units 102, 120, 140 includes a plurality of line LEDs (light emitters) 106 arranged side by side over one or a plurality of light emitting substrates 104, 124 </ b> A, 124 </ b> B, 144. , 126, 146 and light transmissive members 108, 128, 148 provided so as to cover the front side of the line LEDs 106, 126, 146. The line LEDs 106, 126, and 146 constituting the light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 are arranged in one row (Example) or in a plurality of rows in a predetermined direction that forms the above-described light emission line in the light emitting substrates 104, 124A, 124B, and 144. Yes. In addition, each of the light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 is subjected to a light diffusion process on the translucent members 108, 128, and 148, and diffuses light emitted from the line LEDs 106, 126, and 146 located on the rear side. A light emission effect is produced so that the whole of the translucent members 108, 128, and 148 shines. The translucent members 108, 128, and 148 of the embodiment are provided with irregularities such as vertical knurling on the rear surface as a light diffusing process, and notches that intersect with the alignment direction of the line LEDs 106, 126, and 146 are in the alignment direction. It is arranged in parallel throughout the whole,

  The light emitting units 102, 120, and 140 of the light emitting effect unit 100 will be described more specifically.

(First light emitting part)
In the light emitting effect unit 100 of the embodiment, each first light emitting unit arranged on the upper side of the display unit 41 is configured only by the first rear light emitting unit 102. The first rear light emitting unit 102 is disposed on the front surface of the back unit base 52 and appears on the front side of the game area 40a via the transparent plate member 42 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). In the back unit base 52, two first rear light emitting units 102, 102 corresponding to each of the one light emitting unit group and the other light emitting unit group are provided on the left and right sides of the upper portion of the installation recess 53 of the back unit base 52. They are spaced apart (see FIG. 13). That is, the first rear light emitting unit 102 on the right side (one light emitting unit group) appears on the upper right side of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 in the game area 40a, and the first rear light emitting unit 102 on the left side (the other light emitting unit group) is The game area 40a appears on the upper right side of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). In the embodiment, the first unit is disposed on each side part of the installation recess 53 of the back unit base 52 and adjacent to the upper part of the side light emitting device 80 that emits light on the side part of the game area 40a. A rear light emitting unit 102 is disposed (see FIG. 11 or FIG. 12).

  The first rear light-emitting portion 102 includes one first rear light-emitting substrate 104 disposed in the installation recess 53 of the back unit base 52 (see FIG. 8, FIG. 9 or FIG. 14), and the first rear light-emitting substrate 104. A plurality of line LEDs 106 arranged in a line obliquely deviating toward the center from the upper side toward the lower side (see FIG. 8 or 9), and a first rear translucent member 108 covering the front side of the line LEDs 106. (See FIG. 16). Further, the first rear light emitting unit 102 includes a pair of first rear partition walls (partition walls) 110 and 110 provided on both sides of the first rear light transmitting member 108 along the line-up direction of the line LEDs 106. (See Figure 4).

  In the first rear light emitting unit 102, the front surfaces of the first rear translucent member 108 and the first rear partition wall 110 are the same or slightly the same as the contact surface that surrounds the outside of the installation recess 53 and contacts the rear surface of the plate member 42. It is comprised so that it may become substantially the same which fell to the rear side. That is, when the rear unit base 52 is attached to the plate member 42, the first rear light emitting unit 102 has the front surfaces of the first rear light transmissive member 108 and the first rear partition wall portion 110 contact the rear surface of the plate member 42. They are arranged in contact or close to each other (see FIG. 8 or FIG. 9). The first rear translucent member 108 is formed in a tray shape that opens to the rear side, and is attached to the front surface of the back unit base 52 so as to surround the corresponding first rear light-emitting substrate 104. Further, the first rear translucent member 108 is formed so that the portion facing the front side between the first rear partition walls 110, 110 installed on both sides becomes wider as it goes from the bottom to the top (FIG. 11). Or refer to FIG. The first rear light-emitting portion 102 not only emits light from the front surface of the first rear light-transmissive member 108 but also the first rear light-transmissive member facing the display portion 41 from between the lower ends of the first rear partition portions 110 and 110. The light can also be irradiated from the lower end surface of 108.

  The first rear partition 110 is made of a light reflecting process such as plating or a material that reflects light, and does not transmit light. The first rear partition wall portion 110 is basically configured by a piece portion extending along the side surface of the first rear light transmissive member 108, and the front plate of this piece portion borders the side edge of the first rear light transmissive member 108. And a part of the decoration around the first rear light emitting unit 102. Further, the first rear partition wall portion 110 is configured to block between the first rear light-emitting substrate 104 and the front plate of the first rear light-transmissive member 108 that is spaced from the front side of the first rear light-emitting substrate 104. The That is, in the first rear light emitting unit 102, the side of the line LED 106 is surrounded by the first rear partition wall 110. The first rear partition wall portion 110 is formed such that either or both of the surface facing the line LED 106 and the surface opposite to this surface (example) reflect light.

  The first rear partition wall portion 110 of the first rear light emitting unit 102 located on the right side has a L-shaped section extending along the front and side surfaces of the first rear translucent member 108 between the upper end and the lower end. It is configured as one connected member. The first rear partition wall 110 on the right side is configured to cover the entire left side of the first rear light transmissive member 108, and to cover the middle portion from the upper right side of the first rear light transmissive member 108. . On the other hand, the first rear light emitting unit 102 located on the left side is provided with a pair of first rear partition walls 110 and 110 with the first rear translucent member 108 interposed therebetween. The first rear light emitting unit 102 divides the installation portion of the line LED 106 and other regions by sandwiching both sides of the first rear translucent member 108 by the pair of first rear partition portions 110 and 110.

  As described above, the first rear light emitting unit 102 can prevent the light from the line LED 106 from leaking to the side by the first rear partition wall portion 110 extending along the alignment direction of the line LEDs 106, and the first rear light emission. During the light emission effect by the unit 102, it is possible to avoid the side region of the first rear light emitting unit 102 from shining. In other words, the first rear light emitting unit 102 can brighten only the exposed surface of the first rear light transmissive member 108 constituting the light emission line, and can further enhance the light emission effect. In addition, the first rear light emitting unit 102 receives light emitted from another light emitting device such as the side light emitting device 80 installed adjacent to the first rear light emitting unit 102 and enters the first rear light transmitting member 108. This can be prevented by the first rear partition 110. Therefore, the game board 40 can clearly separate the light emission effect between the first post-light-emitting unit 102 and the other light-emitting devices, so that the light emission effect performed in each part is emphasized and the effect is improved. be able to.

  The first rear light emitting unit 102 located on the right side includes another light transmissive member 112 (hereinafter referred to as a light transmissive cover) on the front side of the first rear light transmissive member 108. In the game board 40, when the back unit base 52 and the plate member 42 are assembled, the upper right side portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 fitted into the display through-hole 42a of the plate member 42 is the first rear translucent light on the right side. It is comprised so that it may overlap with the lower part of the member 108 (refer FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). In the frame-shaped decorative body 70, a light emitting opening 70b is opened at a portion overlapping the front side of the lower portion of the first rear translucent member 108 with the transparent plate member 42 interposed therebetween (see FIG. 10, FIG. 19, or FIG. 22). ), The translucent cover 112 is disposed on the frame-shaped decorative body 70 so as to close the light emitting opening 70b. The translucent cover 112 protrudes forward from the front surface of the plate member 42 in the frame-like decorative body 70 so as to surround the top and side portions of the display unit 41, and the translucent cover 112 is formed on the bowl-shaped unit 73 that partitions the display unit 41 and the game area 40a. It is attached so as to constitute the front surface, and is separated from the front surface of the plate member 42.

  The light-transmitting cover 112 is subjected to a light diffusion process, and the light emitted from the line LED 106 located on the rear side is diffused so that the entire light-transmitting cover 112 is illuminated. Further, the translucent cover 112 is formed so as to extend obliquely in accordance with the first rear translucent member 108 on the left side extending obliquely so as to incline downward from right to left (see FIG. 18 or FIG. 21). That is, the translucent cover 112 is connected to the upper part of the first rear translucent member 108 in the first rear light emitting unit 102 facing the game area 40a via the transparent plate member 42 on the upper side of the frame-shaped decorative body 70. A line is formed (see FIG. 4). Further, the translucent cover 112 is curved to the rear as it goes downward (from the display unit 41 side) from the upper edge of the collar-shaped portion 73 of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 that rises substantially perpendicular to the front surface of the plate member 42. (See FIG. 8). The translucent cover 112 also constitutes a lower end surface facing the display unit 41 in the bowl-shaped portion 73 of the frame-shaped decorative body 70, and the light irradiated from the first rear light emitting unit 102 through the translucent cover 112. Not only the front side but also the display unit 41 side can be irradiated.

  The frame-shaped decorative body 70 is configured such that the entire exposed surface of the bowl-shaped portion 73 is subjected to a reflection process such as plating to reflect light, and the display opening 70 b is defined on the rear side of the translucent cover 112. The inner wall portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 extending along both sides of the translucent cover 112 is configured to reflect light. That is, the first rear light emitting unit 102 on the right side can make the translucent cover 112 bright by reflecting the light emitted from the line LED 106 by the inner wall portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70.

  Thus, by providing the transparent cover 112 on the frame-shaped decorative body 70 according to the first rear light emitting unit 102, a frame shape is formed between the right first rear light emitting unit 102 and the screen display on the display unit 41. Without being divided by the decorative body 70, it is possible to form a light-emitting line in which the symbol display on the display unit 41 is continued from the game area 40a. That is, since the sense of unity between the light emission effect by the first post-light emitting unit 102 and the screen display on the display unit 41 can be improved, the effect of the light emission effect unit 100 can be more emphasized. Further, since the translucent cover 112 is disposed on the hook-like portion 73 protruding forward from the front surface of the plate member 42, a space between the plate member 42 and the glass plate 14 a covering the front side of the plate member 42. The three-dimensional shape can be obtained. The first rear light emitting unit 102 on the right side has a light emission line that is not planar, and the light transmission line can have a three-dimensional effect due to the curved shape of the translucent cover 112 in the front-rear direction, which makes the light emission line appear larger. it can.

  In the game board 40, since the symbol display device 13 is attached to the rear side of the back unit 50, the display surface of the symbol display device 13 that performs screen display on the display unit 41 is behind (back side) from the game area 40a. Is located. The first rear light emitting unit 102 on the right side is formed so that the translucent cover 112 is biased backward as it goes from the top toward the display unit 41, so that the display surface of the symbol display device 13 and the first rear light emitting unit 102 are arranged. Can be reduced, and a sense of unity between the screen display constituting the light emission line on the display unit 41 and the light emission line by the first rear light emission unit 102 can be increased. Moreover, the three-dimensional shape of the translucent cover 112 can give an impression that the light emission line formed by the first rear light emitting unit 102 converges toward the display unit 41 located at the center of the game area 40a. The screen display on the display unit 41 having a high height can be suitably decorated with light emission.

(Second light emitting part)
In the light-emitting effect unit 100 of the embodiment, the second light-emitting unit disposed below the display unit 41 faces the second rear light-emitting unit 120 provided on the rear side of the plate member 42 and the front side of the plate member 42. 2 is configured in combination with the front light emitting unit 140. The light-emitting effect unit 100 includes two sets of second light-emitting units 120 and 140 that are separated from each other in the left-right direction corresponding to the two sets of light-emitting units (see FIG. 4). Each of the second light emitting units is installed obliquely so that the second rear light emitting unit 120 is biased outward as it goes downward from the lower edge of the display unit 41, and the second front light emitting unit 140 is a corresponding second rear light emitting unit. It is installed so as to be biased outward as it goes downward from the lower end of 120. That is, on the game board 40, a light emitting line extending in a “C” shape is formed on the lower side of the display unit 41 by the two sets of second light emitting units 120, 120, 140, and 140. In the light emitting effect unit 100, the first light emitting unit 102 on the right side and the second light emitting units 120 and 140 on the left side form one light emitting unit set, and the first light emitting unit 102 on the left side and the second light emitting unit on the right side. 120 and 140 form the other light emitting unit group. In the light emitting effect unit 100 of the embodiment, since the two sets of the second light emitting units 120, 120, 140, and 140 have a bilaterally symmetric configuration, the left side second light emitting units 120 and 140 that constitute one light emitting unit set are arranged. An example will be described below.

(Second rear light emitting part)
The second rear light emitting unit 120 is disposed on the front surface of the lower side 55c of the back unit box 54 and is provided as a part of the lower light emitting device 200 that appears on the front side through the front opening 52a of the back unit base 52. (See FIG. 11 or FIG. 12). The second rear light emitting unit 120 is disposed on the front surface of the lower base member 202 serving as an installation base of the constituent members in the lower light emitting device 200, and extends from the upper end to the lower end of the lower light emitting device 200 constituting the lower edge of the display unit 41. It is provided diagonally. In the lower light emitting device 200, an upper part is located at the inner lower part of the display through hole 42a of the plate member 42, and a lower part is located on the rear side of the plate member 42 (see FIG. 7). Here, in the lower light emitting device 200, the upper portion is located on the rear side of the transparent rear wall portion 76 covering the inner lower portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 fitted in the display through hole 42a, so that the second rear light emission is performed. The portion 120 is configured to extend from the rear side of the rear wall portion 76 to the rear side of the plate member 42 across the stage 74 provided at the lower edge portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 (see FIG. 4). That is, in the second rear light emitting unit 120, an upper portion extending upward from the stage 74 appears on the front side through the transparent rear wall portion 76 of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 and extends downward from the stage 74. A lower portion appears in the game area 40a through a transparent plate member 42.

  The second rear light emitting unit 120 includes a plurality of (two in the embodiment) second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B, a plurality of line LEDs (first light emitters) 126 arranged side by side. And a second rear translucent member 128 provided to cover the front side of the plurality of line LEDs 126 (see FIG. 47 or FIG. 48). In addition, the second rear light emitting unit 120 includes second rear partition wall portions 130 and 130 provided on both sides of the second rear light transmissive member 128 along the line direction of the line LEDs 126 (see FIG. 11 or FIG. 12). ). The plurality of line LEDs 126 are arranged obliquely so as to be biased outwardly from the lower edge of the display unit 41 and arranged side by side in front of the second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B in one row (Example) or in a plurality of examples. (See FIG. 17). Here, the second rear light-emitting substrates 124A and 124B are commonly used as light-emitting substrates on which device LEDs (second light emitters) 204 of the lower light-emitting device 200 that illuminate a region different from the second rear light-emitting unit 120 are installed. Has been. In the lower light emitting device 200, the line LED 126 and the device LED 204 are independently controlled to emit light, and the line LED 126 is interlocked with the line LEDs 106 and 146 of the first rear light emitting unit 102 and the second front light emitting unit 140. The emission is controlled.

  In the lower light emitting device 200, two second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B are arranged in the vertical relationship (see FIG. 17) and installed on the lower base member 202. On the front surface of the upper second rear light emitting substrate (first light emitting substrate) 124A located on the upper side, line LEDs 126, 126 of the left and right second rear light emitting units 120, 120 are installed, and the left and right line LEDs 126 are disposed. , 126, device LEDs 204 are disposed on the inner side and the outer side of each line LED. On the other hand, the lower second rear light emitting substrate (second light emitting substrate) 124B positioned on the lower side is installed on the left and right sides of the lower region of the lower light emitting device 200, respectively, and the corresponding second side rear light emitting unit. A line LED 126 constituting 120 is arranged outside, and an apparatus LED 204 is arranged inside the line LED 126. That is, the lower light emitting device 200 includes one upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A corresponding to substantially the entire upper region and two lower second rear light emitting substrates 124B corresponding to the left and right side portions of the lower region. , 124B.

  The second rear light emitting unit 120 is provided with an upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A and lower second rear light emitting substrates 124B and 124B arranged below the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A with a step in the front-rear direction. (See FIG. 8 or FIG. 9). In the second rear light emitting unit 120, lower second rear light emitting substrates 124B and 124B are installed on the front side compared to the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A located on the display unit 41 side. The line LED 126 is mainly responsible for the light emission effect on the upper part of the stage 74, and the line LED 126 of the lower second rear light-emitting substrate 124B is mainly responsible for the light emission effect on the lower part of the stage 74.

  The second rear translucent member 128 of the second rear light emitting unit 120 includes rear side pieces 128b and 128b extending toward the rear side on both sides of the longitudinal side of the front plate 128a constituting the front surface of the lower light emitting device 200. It is a transparent box-like member that opens to the side (see FIG. 47 or FIG. 48), and its long side extends along the line-up direction of the line LEDs 126 (see FIG. 17). The second rear translucent member 128 is configured to integrally cover the line LEDs 126 of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A and the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B, and the rear ends of the side pieces 128b and 128b are vertically 2 It has a step shape corresponding to the steps of the rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B. In addition, the second rear translucent member 128 has an upper end protrusion piece 128c that is formed to protrude rearward from the rear end of the side piece 128b at the upper end portion, and the second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B have rear end pieces. When the end is abutted and attached to the lower light emitting device 200, the upper end protrusion 128 c constitutes an upper end surface facing the display unit 41 of the lower light emitting device 200.

  The second rear translucent member 128 is subjected to a light diffusion process on the front plate that covers the front side of the line LED 126, and diffuses the light emitted from the line LED 126 located on the rear side so that the entire front plate is The light is produced as if it were shining. In addition, since the upper end surface of the second rear light emitting unit 120 is constituted by the upper end protrusion 128c of the second rear translucent member 128, the light from the line LED 126 is not only transmitted to the front side but also to the display unit 41 side. It can be irradiated.

  The second rear translucent member 128 is formed such that the front plate 128a is lowered rearward toward the display unit 41 side (see FIG. 8 or FIG. 9). Specifically, the second rear translucent member 128 is formed in a step shape such that the front plate 128a is positioned on the front side with respect to the upper portion on the display unit 41 side, and the front plate 128a is formed on the upper portion. As it goes from the bottom to the lower part, it curves gently forward. A curved portion of the front plate 128 a of the second rear translucent member 128 is disposed on the rear side of the stage 74. As described above, the second rear light emitting unit 120 is formed such that the front and rear positions of the front plate 128a in the second rear light transmitting member 128 are different according to the front and rear positions of the second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B located on the rear side. Has been. That is, the second rear light emitting unit 120 is formed so that the upper part of the second rear light transmissive member 128 is located on the rear side in accordance with the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A located on the back side (rear side). The lower part of the second rear translucent member 128 is formed to be positioned on the front side in accordance with the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B positioned on the side (front side). The second rear light emitting unit 120 is configured such that the front surface of the lower portion of the second rear light transmitting member 128 is set to be substantially the same as the front surface of the back unit base 52 or slightly rearward, and the rear unit 50 is a plate member. When attached to 42, it is configured to abut against or slightly separate from the rear surface of the plate member 42.

  Since the second rear light emitting unit 120 is attached to the front surface of the back unit box 54 and disposed on the rear side of the plate member 42, the second rear light emitting unit 120 affects the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 40a. Without providing, the space between the plate member 42 and the installation plate portion of the back unit box 54 can be a three-dimensional shape. That is, in the second rear light emitting unit 120, the light emission line is not planar, and the light emission line can have a three-dimensional feeling due to the curved shape of the second rear light transmissive member 128 in the front-rear direction. Can show.

  In the game board 40, since the symbol display device 13 is attached to the rear side of the back unit 50, the display surface of the symbol display device 13 that performs screen display on the display unit 41 is behind (back side) from the game area 40a. Is located. The second rear light emitting unit 120 is formed so that the front plate 128a of the second rear light transmissive member 128 is biased rearward from the bottom toward the display unit 41 side. The step between the second rear light emitting unit 120 can be reduced, and the sense of unity between the screen display constituting the light emitting line on the display unit 41 and the light emitting line by the second rear light emitting unit 120 can be increased. In addition, the three-dimensional shape of the second rear light transmitting member 128 can give an impression that the light emission line formed by the second rear light emitting unit 120 converges toward the display unit 41 located at the center of the game area 40a. The screen display on the display unit 41 having a high degree of attention can be suitably decorated with light emission.

  The second rear light emitting unit 120 forms the front and rear positions of the front plate 128a of the second rear light transmissive member 128 in accordance with the front and rear positions of the upper and lower second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B. The positional relationship between the line LED 126 provided on the rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B and the front plate 128a of the second rear light transmissive member 128 can be appropriately maintained. That is, the light emitted from the line LED 126 can be appropriately diffused by the light diffusion process applied to the front plate 128a of the second rear translucent member 128, and the entire front plate 128a of the second rear translucent member 128 is surface-emitting. In addition, the line LED 126 can be hardly visually recognized from the front side.

  The second rear partition wall portion 130 includes a line LED 126 that constitutes the second rear light emitting portion 120 and a second rear light emitting board 124A, 124B that includes a device LED 204 that emits light at another portion. It is provided at least between the second rear translucent member 128 (see FIG. 15). The second rear partition wall portion 130 is configured to extend along the line-up direction of the line LEDs 126 in the second rear light emitting portion 120 and partition the line LED 126 and the device LED 204. Since the device LED 204 is provided on both the inner and outer sides of the line LED 126 on the upper second rear light-emitting substrate 124A, the line LED 126 is arranged in the upper portion of the second rear light transmitting member 128. Second rear partition walls 130 and 130 are provided on both sides. Since the lower second front light emitting substrate 124B is provided with the device LED 204 only on the inner side with respect to the line LED 126, the lower portion of the second rear translucent member 128 is on the inner side in the line LED 126 arrangement direction. However, in the embodiment, the second rear partition wall portions 130 and 130 are provided on both sides of the second rear light transmitting member 128.

  The second rear partition wall 130 is formed such that a front end facing the front surface of the lower light emitting device 200 extends along a side portion of the second rear light transmissive member 128, and the second rear light transmissive member 128 is formed by the front end. The side of the front plate 128a is bordered to divide the second rear light emitting unit 120 and the front surface of the lower light emitting device 200 adjacent to the second rear light emitting unit 120 (see FIG. 11). The front end of the second rear partition wall 130 is formed in the front-rear direction so as to match the front surface of the front plate 128a of the second rear light transmissive member 128, and descends rearward from the bottom toward the top (display unit 41 side). (See FIG. 47 or FIG. 48). The second rear partition 130 is formed between the second rear light-emitting substrates 124A and 124B and the front plate 128a of the second rear light-transmissive member 128 that covers the front sides of the second rear light-emitting substrates 124A and 124B with a space therebetween. It is provided so as to partition the space.

  In the lower light emitting device 200, since the inner and outer portions of the upper region sandwiching the second rear light emitting unit 120 are configured by the upper decorative cover 206 having light transmittance, the second rear partition wall portion 130 extending particularly to the upper portion. The rear end of the second rear light emitting substrate 124A is in contact with the front surface of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A, and the second rear partition wall portion 130 extends to the upper portion of the second rear translucent member 128. The space between the light emitting substrate 124A is closed. The rear end of the second rear partition wall portion 130 extending inside the lower portion is configured to partially abut on the front surface of the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B, and extends inward of the lower portion. 2 The rear partition wall 130 blocks most of the space between the front plate 128a of the second rear translucent member 128 and the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B. In addition, the rear end of the second rear partition wall portion 130 extending outside the lower portion is configured to abut on the front surface of the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B, and the second rear partition wall portion 130 extends outside the lower portion. 2 The rear partition wall 130 blocks the front plate 128a of the second rear translucent member 128 and the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B. Here, the lower light emitting device 200 is also provided with the device LED 204 inside the lower part of the second rear light emitting unit 120, but the lower decorative cover 220 constituting the lower front surface of the lower light emitting device 200 is Only the portion facing the front side of the device LED 204 is formed of a cover piece 226 having light transmission, and light is transmitted between the second rear light emitting unit 120 and the cover piece 226 spaced apart from the second rear light emitting unit 120. It is not transparent. Therefore, the second rear partition wall 130 extending inside the lower portion is configured to block most of the space between the front plate 128a of the second rear light transmissive member 128 and the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B. In addition, it is possible to avoid the influence of the mutual light emission effects between the second rear light emitting unit 120 and the cover piece 226 of the lower light emitting device 200.

  The second rear partition wall 130 is made of a treatment that reflects light such as plating or a material that reflects light, and does not transmit light. The second rear partition wall 130 is formed so that the surface facing the line LED 126 reflects light, and the surface opposite to the surface facing the line LED 126 is formed to reflect light. The second rear partition wall 130 is also subjected to light reflection processing at the front end along the side portion of the second rear translucent member 128. As described above, the second rear light emitting unit 120 forms the surface of the second rear partition wall 130 facing the line LED 126 so as to reflect the light, so that the light irradiated from the line LED 126 is emitted to the second rear partition wall 130. It can be more emphasized by reflecting. In addition, since the second rear light-emitting unit 120 has the two second rear partition walls 130 and 130 disposed opposite to each other with the line LED 126 interposed therebetween, the light irradiated from the line LED 126 is suitably diffused by the opposing reflection surface. And can be stressed. In addition, the second rear light emitting unit 120 reflects the light irradiated from the device LED 204 to the second rear partition wall 130 by forming the surface of the second rear partition wall 130 on the device LED 204 side so as to reflect light. Let me emphasize it.

  The second rear partition wall 130 that partitions the inner edge of the upper portion of the second rear light transmissive member 128 is on the side of the decorative frame 216 attached between the left and right second rear light emitting units 120 and 120 in the upper part of the lower light emitting device 200. (See FIG. 47 or FIG. 48). In addition, the second rear partition wall part 130 that partitions the inner edge of the lower part of the second rear light transmissive member 128 is a lower decorative cover 220 that is attached between the left and right second rear light emitting parts 120 and 120 at the lower part of the lower light emitting device 200. Are provided on the outer side of the interior decoration block 222. Further, the second rear partition wall 130 that partitions the upper and lower partial outer edges of the second rear light transmissive member 128 is a lower decoration attached to the outside of the left and right second rear light emitting sections 120, 120 at the upper part of the lower light emitting device 200. The cover 220 is provided inside the side decoration block 224. Here, the second rear partition wall 130 that partitions the outer edge of the upper part of the second rear translucent member 128 is formed to project upward from the inner side of the side decoration block 224.

  As described above, the second rear light emitting unit 120 can prevent the light from the line LED 126 from leaking to the side by the second rear partition wall 130 extending along the line-up direction of the line LEDs 126, and the second rear light emission. It is possible to avoid the side area of the second rear light emitting unit 120 from shining during the light emission effect by the unit 120. That is, the second rear light emitting unit 120 can brighten only the exposed surface of the second rear light transmissive member 128 constituting the light emission line, and can further enhance the light emission effect. In addition, the second rear light emitting unit 120 is configured such that light emitted from the device LED 204 of the lower light emitting device 200 installed adjacent to the second rear light emitting unit 120 enters the second rear light transmitting member 128. It can be blocked by the second rear partition wall 130. Therefore, the game board 40 can clearly separate the light emission effects between the second post-light emitting unit 120 and the lower light emitting device 200, so that the light emission effects performed in the respective parts are emphasized and the effect is improved. be able to.

(Second front light emitting part)
The second front light emitting unit 140 is disposed adjacent to the lower side of the second rear light emitting unit 120 and the line LED 126 of the second rear light emitting unit 120 in the arrangement direction (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 5). The second front light emitting unit 140 includes a second front light emitting substrate (light emitting substrate) 144 disposed on the front surface of the back unit base 52 (see FIGS. 11, 13 and 16), and the second front light emitting substrate 144. A second front translucent member (translucent member) 148 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 5) that covers the front side and is provided on the plate member 42 and appears on the front side of the game area 40a. The front surface of the second front light emitting substrate 144 is provided with a plurality of line LEDs 146 arranged in a row obliquely biased outwardly from the top to the bottom (see FIG. 11). In the back unit base 52, two second front light emitting substrates 144 and 144 corresponding to each of the one light emitting unit group and the other light emitting unit group are provided on the left and right sides below the installation recess 53 of the back unit base 52. They are spaced apart (see FIG. 16). The second front light emitting unit 140 includes a transparent protective cover (not shown) that surrounds the front side of the second front light emitting substrate 144 and is attached to the back unit base 52. It is configured to be the same as the contact surface that surrounds the outside and contacts the rear surface of the plate member 42, or substantially the same as the lower surface.

  The second front translucent member 148 is attached to the lower ornament 66 that closes the ornamental through-hole 42c opened on the left and right of the lower portion of the game area 40a in the plate member 42, together with the lower ornament 66 formed so as not to transmit light. A game area 40a (a front surface of the plate member 42) is formed. The second front translucent member 148 is subjected to a light diffusion process, and the light emitted from the line LED 146 located on the rear side is diffused so that the entire translucent member 148 is illuminated. Is done.

  As described above, the light-emitting effect unit 100 includes the first rear light-transmitting member 108 of the first rear light-emitting unit 102 of each light-emitting unit group and the first rear partition wall portion that is disposed to face the first rear light-transmitting member 108. 110, 110, the second rear light transmitting member 128 of the second rear light emitting portion 120, the second rear partition wall portions 130, 130 disposed opposite to each other with the second rear light transmitting member 128 interposed therebetween, and the display portion 41 sandwiched therebetween Are arranged so as to form a light emission line obliquely crossing the game area 40a. Moreover, the light emission production | generation part 100 has the light emission line extended by the 2nd front light emission part 140 provided along with each 2nd back light emission part 120. FIG. In other words, since the light emitting effect unit 100 can form a light emitting line extending over substantially the entire game area 40a, a dynamic light effect using substantially the entire game area 40a is performed to improve the effect. Can do.

  The second light emitting unit is provided with the second rear light emitting unit 120 and the second front light emitting unit 140 forming the same light emitting line on the front side and the rear side with the plate member 42 interposed therebetween, so that a stereoscopic effect is provided. In addition, the effect of the light emission effect can be improved. In addition, the second light emitting unit includes the second rear light emitting unit 120 on the display unit 41 side behind the second front light emitting unit 140 on the lower side, and the second rear light transmitting member 128 of the second rear light emitting unit 120. Since it has a shape that goes backward as it goes to the display unit 41, the light emission line on the lower side of the display unit 41 can increase the stereoscopic effect as a whole. Moreover, the light-emitting effect unit 100 is directed toward the display unit 41 where the light-emitting line composed of the light-emitting units 102, 120, 120, 140, and 140 excluding the left first rear light-emitting unit 102 is displayed on the back side. Since it is formed to be lowered, a sense of depth as a whole can be created regardless of the limited space in the front-rear direction of the game board 40.

(Lower light emitting device)
The lower light emitting device 200 that produces the light emission under the display unit 41 will be described. The lower light emitting device 200 is disposed on the front side of the lower side portion 55c of the back unit box 54 that constitutes the lower edge of the display unit 41 (see FIG. 15). Further, the lower light emitting device 200 occupies a range from the lower edge of the display unit 41 to the upper side of the special winning opening 62b of the special winning device 62 (see FIG. 4). In the lower light emitting device 200, an upper part is located at the inner lower part of the display through hole 42a of the plate member 42, and a lower part is located on the rear side of the plate member 42 (see FIG. 7). Here, in the lower light emitting device 200, the upper portion is located on the rear side of the transparent rear wall portion 76 covering the inner lower portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 fitted in the display through hole 42a, so that the second rear light emission is performed. The portions 120, 120 are configured to extend from the rear side of the rear wall portion 76 to the rear side of the plate member 42 across the stage 74 provided at the lower edge portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 70. In the lower light emitting device 200, a winning device accommodating portion 201 that accommodates a device main body portion 60d that protrudes to the rear side of the plate member 42 in the starting winning device 60 is opened at the lower center (see FIG. 15). The start winning ports 60b and 60c facing the game area 40a are surrounded by the rear side of the plate member 42.

  As shown in FIG. 47 or FIG. 48, the lower light emitting device 200 includes a lower base member 202 serving as an installation base for the constituent members, and second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B disposed on the front side of the lower base member 202. The decorative cover 206, 220 that covers the front side of the second rear light emitting substrates 124A, 124B and the second rear light emitting units 120, 120 described above are basically configured. In the lower light emitting device 200, constituent members such as the second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B and the decorative covers 206 and 220 are attached to the lower base member 202, and the lower base member 202 is detachably fixed to the back unit box 54. It can be handled as one unit via

  The lower base member 202 is formed such that an upper portion and a lower portion are stepped in a stepped manner, and an upper portion on the display unit 41 side is arranged behind the lower portion (see FIG. 47). The lower base member 202 is formed so that the boundary between the upper portion and the lower portion is approximately along the left and right shape of the stage. Further, the lower base member 202 is disposed so that the boundary between the upper and lower portions is located on the rear side of the stage.

  The second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B are for the device that illuminates a different area from the second rear light emitting units 120 and 120 in the line LED 126 and the lower light emitting device 200 constituting the second rear light emitting units 120 and 120 as described above. The LED 204 is provided, and the second rear light emitting units 120 and 120 and the lower light emitting device 200 share the substrate without distinguishing them (see FIG. 17). The lower light emitting device 200 includes an upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A attached to the upper portion of the lower base member 202, and a pair of lower second light emitting substrates 124B and 124B attached to the left and right of the lower portion of the lower base member 202. ing. The upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A has an elongated shape in the left-right direction that roughly matches the entire upper portion of the lower base member 202, and the second rear light emitting unit 120 of each light emitting unit set on each of the left and right side portions. Are arranged side by side, and device LEDs 204 are arranged inside the pair of line LEDs 126 and outside the line LEDs 126.

  Each lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B is disposed on the lower side portion of the lower base member 202, and the line LEDs 126 constituting the second rear light emitting portion 120 are disposed on the corresponding side portion of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A. It is arranged on the outer edge side by side with the line LED 126. Each lower second rear light-emitting substrate 124B is spaced inward from the line LEDs 126 arranged at the outer edge, and the device LEDs 204 are arranged at the inner edge. In the lower light emitting device 200, the lower second rear light emitting substrate 124B is disposed in front of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A on the display unit 41 side, and the LEDs 126 and 204 of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A are in the lower second rear. It is located behind the LEDs 126 and 204 of the light emitting substrate 124B (see FIG. 8 or FIG. 9).

  The decorative covers 206 and 220 are provided such that the front plate portions are separated from the LEDs 126 and 204 of the second rear light emitting substrates 124A and 124B or the lower base member 202, and compared with the lower portion of the stage 74. The portion above the stage 74 is disposed rearward. In other words, the front surface of the lower light-emitting device 200 configured by the decorative covers 206 and 220 is formed in a step shape in which the upper part on the display unit 41 side is positioned behind the lower part. The decorative covers 206, 220 are formed so that the boundary between the upper part and the lower part of the step is approximately along the left and right shape of the stage 74. The decorative covers 206, 220 are set so that the front part of the lower part of the stage 74 is the same as the front of the back unit base 52 or substantially the same as the back unit base 52, and when the back unit 50 is attached to the plate member 42. In addition, the lower portion of the decorative cover 220 is configured to abut against or slightly separate from the rear surface of the plate member 42. The decorative covers 206 and 220 have a portion above the stage 74 that appears on the front side through the transparent rear wall 76 of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 to decorate the space between the display unit 41 and the stage 74. The lower part appears on the rear side of the game area 40a through the transparent plate member 42 and decorates the flow down path of the pachinko balls that flow down toward the start winning ports 60b and 60c (see FIG. 4).

  The decorative cover includes an upper decorative cover 206 corresponding to the upper portion of the lower base member 202 and a lower decorative cover 220 corresponding to the lower portion of the lower base member 202 (see FIG. 47). In the lower light emitting device 200, the upper decorative cover 206 and the lower decorative cover 220 constitute a portion above the stage 74 on the left and right sides, and the lower decorative cover 220 constitutes a portion below the stage 74. ing.

  As shown in FIG. 47 or 48, the upper decorative cover 206 includes a central decorative block (light transmitting member) 208 that covers the central portion of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A, and a central decorative member on the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A. A pair of inner decorative blocks 212, 212 covering between the block 208 and the second rear light emitting unit 120, and a pair of outer decorative blocks 214, 214 covering the outside of the second rear light emitting unit 120 in the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A, The decorative frame portion 216 is attached to the front side of the central decorative block 208 and the pair of inner decorative blocks 212 and 212. The upper decorative cover 206 has a central decorative block 208, inner decorative blocks 212 and 212, and an outer decorative block 214 that constitute a surface that appears on the front side of the game board 40, except for a decorative frame portion 216 formed to reflect light reflection. , 214 are formed to transmit light. Further, the central decorative block 208, the inner decorative blocks 212 and 212, and the outer decorative blocks 214 and 214 are formed so as to diffuse the transmitted light.

  The central decorative block 208 is disposed on the rear side of the above-described flow lower part 78 of the frame-shaped decorative body 70. The central decorative block 208 is formed in a front convex shape having at least a surface spaced forward from the upper second rear light-emitting substrate 124A and a surface facing this surface on the left and right sides. (See FIG. 47). The central decorative block 208 protrudes forward from the front surfaces of the inner decorative blocks 212 and 212 whose hemispherical tops extend to the left and right, and is positioned rearward from the front surface of the lower decorative cover 220 covering the lower portion. Is set. The central decorative block 208 has a smooth front surface, and a rear surface facing the upper second rear light-emitting substrate 124A is formed with irregularities such as diamond cutting so as to diffuse light (see FIG. 7). ). Further, on the rear side of the central decorative block 208, a sheet material 209 which is formed in a hemispherical shape corresponding to a concave shape opening rearward and subjected to a light diffusion process is fitted (see FIG. 48). The sheet material 209 is subjected to a light diffusion process different from that of the central decorative block 208. In the embodiment, the sheet material 209 is subjected to dot processing that reflects fine light.

  The central decorative block 208 has a concave groove 210 formed downward from a hemispherical top (see FIG. 11). The recessed groove 210 is recessed from the front surface of the central decorative block 208 toward the rear, and is open to the front side. Here, the concave groove 210 is provided in a portion facing the lower part 78 provided in the lower center of the frame-shaped decorative body 70 installed on the front side of the central decorative block, and the lower part formed in a convex shape on the rear side. 78 is set to a size that can accommodate 78 (see FIG. 7). The concave groove 210 of the embodiment is formed so as to match the convex shape of the lower part 78, and the lower part 78 fits into the concave groove 210, and the lower part 78 (frame-shaped decorative body 70) and the concave groove 210 (lower light emission). Device 200) is configured to engage with each other by means of irregularities. That is, in the game board 40, the frame-shaped decorative body 70 and the lower light emitting device 200 can be positioned by the engagement between the flow lower portion 78 and the recessed groove 210.

  The concave groove 210 has an upper surface opposed to an upper surface of the central decorative block 208, and left and right surfaces opposed to surfaces extending left and right of the central decorative block 208. That is, the central decorative block 208 surrounds the left and right sides and the upper side of the groove 210 with the surface subjected to the light diffusion process. On the rear side of the central decorative block 208, the device LED 204 is disposed on the front surface portion of the upper second rear light-emitting substrate 124A facing the top of the central decorative block 208, and a plurality of the LED for the device 204 are arranged as a center. The device LEDs 204 are circularly arranged at a predetermined pitch (see FIG. 17).

  The inner decorative block 212 and the outer decorative block 214 are formed in a tray shape that opens to the rear side, and the front surface is formed to have irregularities such as diamond cutting so that light can be diffused. The inner decorative block 212 and the outer decorative block 214 are configured to be located behind the front surface of the second rear light emitting unit sandwiched between the front surfaces. That is, the second rear light emitting unit 120 has an upper portion protruding forward from the inner and outer decorative blocks 212 and 214, and a lower portion constituting substantially the same surface as the front surface of the lower decorative cover 220.

  The inner decoration block 212 is connected to the inner decoration block 212 in an upper block opening 212a (see FIG. 47 or FIG. 48) that is opened substantially along the light emission line of the second rear light emitting section 120 extending on the same side. An upper cover piece 218 that has been subjected to a different design and light diffusion treatment is attached (see FIG. 15), and a device LED 204 is disposed on the rear side of the upper cover piece 218. In the embodiment, the upper block opening 212a is provided at two locations apart from each other in the vertical direction, and the upper cover piece 218 is formed in a lens shape having a convex front side. The lower light emitting device 200 is disposed not only on the rear side of the inner decoration block 212 but also on the front surface of the second rear light emitting substrate 124A in the region between the cover piece 218 and the second rear light emitting unit 120 as well as the portion corresponding to the cover piece 218. The device LED 204 is arranged so that the inner decoration block 212 can emit light by the device LED 204 (see FIG. 17).

  The decorative frame portion 216 is positioned between the left and right second rear light emitting portions 120 and 120 and is attached to the front side of the inner decorative blocks 212 and 212. The decorative frame portion 216 constitutes an upper end surface between the left and right second rear light emitting portions 120 and 120 in the lower light emitting device 200, and decorates the base portion of the central decorative block 208 and the periphery of the cover piece 218. It is like that. Further, as described above, the decorative frame portion 216 is provided with upper portions of the second rear partition portions 130 of the second rear light emitting portions 120 and 120 on the left and right side portions.

  The lower decorative cover 220 includes an inner decorative block 222 that covers between the left and right second rear light emitting units 120 and 120, and a side decorative block 224 that covers the outside of the second rear light emitting unit 120 (FIG. 15). reference). The inner decoration block 222 is subjected to a design and light diffusion treatment different from those of the inner decoration block 222 in the lower block opening 222a that is arranged on the extended line in the arrangement direction of the upper cover pieces 218 of the inner decoration block 212 on the same side. A lower cover piece 226 is attached. The lower second rear light emitting board 124B is provided with device LEDs 204 corresponding to the rear side of the lower cover piece 226. In the embodiment, the lower block opening 222a is provided at two locations apart from each other in the vertical direction, and the lower cover piece 226 is formed in a lens shape having a convex front side and has the same design and light diffusion treatment as the upper cover piece 218. Is given. The inner decoration block 222 is configured not to transmit light except for the lower cover piece 226. Further, the inner decoration block 222 includes lower portions of the second rear partition portion 130 of the second rear light emitting unit 120 on the left and right side portions.

  The side decoration block 224 is configured not to transmit light, and is formed in a step shape so that the upper part is positioned rearward between the upper part and the lower part in accordance with the stage 74. Yes. The side decoration block 224 includes a second rear partition wall 130 of the second rear light emitting unit 120 on the inner side.

  The lower light emitting device 200 can illuminate the stage 74 through the transparent rear wall portion 76 by emitting the device LED 204 of the upper second rear light emitting substrate 124A. That is, a pachinko ball that rolls the stage 74 to the left and right can be illuminated, and the player's attention can be further attracted. In addition, the lower light emitting device 200 emits the device LEDs 204 corresponding to the upper and lower cover pieces 218 and 226, so that the second rear light emission is performed by the cover pieces 218 and 226 arranged along the inner side of the second rear light emitting unit 120. Another intermittent light emission line along the light emission line of the portion 120 can be formed. That is, the lower light emitting device 200 can also perform a light emission effect by the cover pieces 218 and 226 associated with the light emission effect of the light emission effect unit 100, and synergistically with the light emission line of the second rear light emitting unit 120. Can be colorful.

  Since the lower light emitting device 200 is configured to house the flow lower portion 78 of the ball passage 77 in the concave groove 210 of the central decorative block 208, the device LED 204 corresponding to the rear side of the central decorative block 208 emits light, The pachinko sphere flowing down the lower part 78 can be illuminated with light. In other words, the player's interest is achieved by providing a light emission effect by the lower light emitting device 200 for the ball passage 77 having a high winning probability at the start winning ports 60b, 60c, which is a starting condition of the symbol variation game, and a high degree of player attention. Can be increased. Moreover, the concave groove 210 is not only from the rear side where the LED 204 for the device is diffused by the light diffusion treatment on the rear surface of the central decorative block 208 or the sheet material 209 but also at the center facing the wall constituting the concave groove 210. Since the reflected light is incident on the side surface and the upper surface of the decoration block 208, the lower flow 78 can be illuminated from the top, the left, and the rear. Further, on the rear side of the central decorative block 208, not only the device LED 204 located on the rear side of the concave groove 210 (flowing portion 78 accommodated in the concave groove 210) but also the concave groove 210 (accommodated in the concave groove 210). Since the device LED 204 is arranged around the rear side of the lower part 78), the lower part 78 can be suitably illuminated from the surroundings.

(Moving effect device)
In the game board 40 of the embodiment, three movable effect devices 82, 82, and 300 are disposed in the back unit 50 (see FIG. 15). Each movable effect device 82, 82, 300 includes movable bodies 83, 83, 340, and a standby position where the movable bodies 83, 83, 340 are located outside the display section 41 and the display section 41 from this standby position. It is configured to be able to reciprocate by the drive mechanism with respect to the operation position moved toward the front side (see FIGS. 4, 5, 11, and 12). Each movable effect device 82, 82, 300 is configured to hold the movable members 83, 83, 340 at the standby position when the movable members 83, 83, 340 do not perform the rendering operation (FIG. 4). Or see FIG. Here, the game board 40 is provided with side movable effect devices 82 on the left and right sides of the display unit 41, and with the upper movable effect device 300 on the upper side of the display unit 41.

  In the game board 40, the side movable body 83 of the side movable effect device 82 arranged on the right side is displaced from the standby position (see FIG. 11) located on the right side of the display unit 41 to the left, and the display unit 41 To the front operating position (see FIG. 12), the side movable body 83 of the side movable effect device 82 arranged on the left side is moved to the right from the standby position (see FIG. 11) positioned on the left side of the display unit 41. Displacement reaches the operating position on the front side of the display unit 41 (see FIG. 12). In the game board 40, the upper movable body 340 of the upper movable effect device 300 is displaced downward from the standby position (see FIG. 4) located on the upper and outer sides of the display unit 41, and reaches the operation position on the front side of the display unit 41. (See FIG. 5). Here, in the game board 40, the reciprocating range of the side movable body 83 and the reciprocating range of the upper movable body 340 overlap each other, and the side movable body 83 and the upper movable body 340 are operated in a shifted manner. In addition, the two side part movable production | presentation apparatuses 82 are a left-right symmetric structure (refer FIG. 15).

  In the side part movable effect device 82, the upper end part of the side part movable body 83 is pivotally supported on the upper side part 55b of the installation plate part 55 in the back unit box 54, and is also arranged on the upper part of the side part. The side movable body 83 is configured to reciprocate between a standby position (see FIG. 11) and an operating position (see FIG. 12) by a motor. The side movable body 83 is formed in a blade shape, and is located at the rear side of the side light emitting device 80 between the installation plate portion 55 and the back unit base 52 of the back unit box 54 at the standby position. Has been. Further, the side movable body 83 includes a light emitting device (not shown) so that it can shine itself by the light emitting device at the standby position or the operating position.

(Upper movable production device)
As shown in FIGS. 23 to 34, the upper movable effect device 300 is detachably attached to the back unit 50, and is supported by a device base (base) 302 serving as an installation base of components and an arm 314, and is predetermined. An upper movable body (movable body) 340 that performs the above-described production operation, a drive mechanism that operates the upper movable body 340 by moving the arm 314, and a device cover 338 attached to the front side of the device base 302. The upper movable effect device 300 is configured as a unit that can be attached to and detached from the back unit 50 by attaching a drive mechanism and a device cover 338 to the device base 302. The upper movable effect device 300 according to the embodiment is configured so that one upper movable body 340 is supported by two arms 314 and 314 from the left and right, and the drive mechanism having each arm 314 is separated from the left and right of the device base 302. Two sets are provided (see FIG. 23 or FIG. 24).

  The device base 302 is made of a metal plate and is attached to the front surface of the upper side portion 55a of the back unit box 54 in the back unit 50. The apparatus base 302 is formed in a substantially “U” shape that has a portion extending downward at both ends of a portion extending left and right and opening downward in a front view (see FIG. 25 or FIG. 26). . The apparatus base 302 is fixed to the corners of the upper side 55a of the back unit box 54 with screws at the upper end, and is fixed to the upper side of the display unit 41 with the left and right ends. 54 is disposed at a position outside the display unit 41 on the upper side 55a of the display 54. The device base 302 is provided with a portion extending left and right on the front side of the upper relay substrate 86 attached to the rear surface of the upper side portion 55 a of the back unit box 54. The device base 302 is provided with the movable members 360 and 370 and the movable body light emitting device (light emitting device) 356 and has a rigidity capable of supporting the relatively large and heavy upper movable body 340, as well as the upper relay substrate 86. And also functions as a shield for preventing static electricity and the like by being interposed between the front side portion 55a of the rear unit box 54 and an electrical component disposed on the front side. The electrical components include a drive motor (drive means) 306 of a drive mechanism provided in the upper movable effect device 300, a movable body light emitting device 356 of the upper movable body 340, and a movable motor of the movable mechanism (drive mechanism) in the upper movable body 340. (Motor) 348, driving side detection means 334, movable side detection means 382, and the like.

  The left and right drive mechanisms include a drive motor 306, a rotator 308 rotated by the drive motor 306, an arm 314 whose one end is rotatably provided on the apparatus base 302 via a support 320, and a rotator. 308 and a link 312 that connects the arm 314 (see FIG. 33 or FIG. 34). The drive mechanism has a link structure that converts the rotational motion of the rotating body 308 into the swing motion of the arm 314 by the link 312 (see FIGS. 37 to 40). The drive mechanism is installed outside the display unit 41 (upper side 55a of the back unit box 54) except for a part of the arm 314 that supports the upper movable body 340, and the front side is attached to the back unit base 52, the device cover 338, and the like. Covered and hidden (see FIG. 11 or FIG. 23).

  The upper movable effect device 300 is provided with an attachment shaft 315 protruding toward the front at the other end of the arms 314 and 314 of the left and right drive mechanisms, spaced apart from the left and right on the upper rear surface of the upper movable body 340. The upper movable body 340 is supported by the arms 314 and 314 from the left and right sides (see FIGS. 26, 37, and 38). Each mounting groove 343 is formed to extend in the left-right direction, and accommodates the mounting shaft 315 so that the mounting shaft 315 can be displaced along the length and can be rotated.

  Although the upper movable effect device 300 includes two sets of drive mechanisms, since both drive mechanisms are symmetrically configured, only one drive mechanism will be described. The drive motor 306 is installed on a pedestal 305 provided on the upper side end of the apparatus base 302 (see FIG. 23 or FIG. 27), and an output shaft 306a that projects into the space between the pedestal 305 and the apparatus base 302. A pinion 306b is attached to the tip of (see FIG. 39 or FIG. 40). As the drive motor 306, a stepping motor capable of forward / reverse drive under the control of the overall control device 36 (see FIG. 49) is employed.

  The rotating body 308 is a spur gear having a diameter larger than that of the pinion, and is positioned inside the drive motor 306 and is rotatably supported with respect to the apparatus base 302 (see FIG. 33). The rotating body 308 is configured so that the teeth on the outer periphery mesh with the pinion 306 b and rotate forward and backward in accordance with forward and reverse driving of the drive motor 306. One end of the arm 314 is rotatably supported by a support portion 320 disposed below the drive motor 306 and the rotating body 308. From the support portion 320 side, the arm 314 is inward (leftward if the drive mechanism is on the right side). The upper movable body 340 is attached to the other end portion that extends toward (see FIG. 37 or FIG. 38).

  The link 312 is a rod-shaped member, and an upper end (one end) is rotatably connected to an eccentric position of the circular rotating body 308 and a lower end (the other end) is rotatably connected to the arm 314. (See FIG. 37 or FIG. 38). Specifically, the link 312 is connected by fitting a shaft hole formed through the front and rear at the upper end of a shaft rod fixed to a portion of the front surface of the rotating body 308 that is biased radially outward from the center of rotation. doing. Further, the link 312 has a shaft hole penetratingly formed at the lower end in the front-rear direction and biased toward the support portion 320 between the support portion 320 (one end portion) and the upper movable body 340 (the other end portion) in the arm 314. And is connected to the arm 314 by fitting with a shaft rod provided on the arm 314.

  In the drive mechanism, the upper end of the link 312 (hereinafter referred to as the link upper end 313) is rotationally displaced along an arc locus as the rotating body 308 is rotated by the driving motor 306, but the rotating body 308 and the arm 314 in the link 312 are rotated. Since the connecting portion is rotatable, the displacement of the horizontal component of the link upper end 313 is not transmitted to the arm 314, and only the displacement of the vertical component of the link upper end 313 is transmitted to the arm 314. (See FIG. 37 or FIG. 38). That is, in the drive mechanism, when the link upper end 313 is displaced from the upper side to the lower side of the rotator 308, the other end of the arm 314 is pushed down (see FIG. 38), and the link upper end 313 is displaced from the lower side to the upper side. Then, the other end of the arm 314 is lifted (see FIG. 37).

  In the upper movable effect device 300, the drive mechanism stops so that the upper movable body 340 is positioned on the front side (upper side of the display unit 41) of the upper side portion 55a of the back unit box 54 at the standby position (see FIG. 37 or FIG. 39). ), The upper movable body 340 is lowered from the standby position by the drive mechanism and is displaced to the operation position (see FIG. 38 or 40) positioned on the front side of the display unit 41, and is configured to reciprocate back to the standby position. . Here, since the standby position (see FIG. 23 or FIG. 25) and the operation position (see FIG. 24 or 26) of the upper movable body 340 are set in a vertical relationship with the standby position on the upper side, the arm 314 is set. The other end of the arm 314 is positioned on the front side of the upper side of the back unit box 54 at the standby position of the upper movable body 340, while the other end of the arm 314 is positioned on the front side of the display unit 41 at the operating position of the upper movable body 340. Is displaced downward from the standby position. That is, in the drive mechanism, the arm 314 descends when the link upper end 313 is rotationally displaced from the upper side to the lower side of the rotating body 308, and the arm 314 is moved when the link upper end 313 is rotationally displaced from the lower side to the upper side. Is going to rise. In this way, the drive mechanism converts the downward displacement component of the link upper end 313 accompanying the rotation of the rotating body 308 into an operation in the forward direction from the standby position in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 toward the operating position. The upward displacement component of the upper end 313 is converted into a backward movement operation from the operation position in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 toward the standby position.

  In the drive mechanism, the link upper end 313 is a stop position corresponding to the standby position of the upper movable body 340 (hereinafter referred to as a link stop position), and the upper movable body 340 passes through the rotation center of the rotary body 308 in the reciprocating direction. It is arranged in a semicircular region on the side away from the upper movable body 340 (display unit 41) across the line (see FIG. 37). Specifically, in addition to the above conditions, the link stop position is in a quadrant area on the standby position side of the upper movable body 340 from a line orthogonal to the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 passing through the rotation center of the rotary body 308. Is set. Since the upper movable body 340 operates in the vertical direction and the standby position of the upper movable body 340 is set to the upper side with respect to the operating position, the upper movable production device 300 of the embodiment is rotated on the front surface of the rotating body 308. The posture of the rotating body 308 in which the link upper end 313 is stopped is the upper movable body in a quadrant area outside the left and right lines passing through the center of the rotating body 308 and above the left and right lines passing through the center of the rotating body 308. This corresponds to the standby position 340. Further, the link stop position rotates 45 ° outward from the backward direction side of the point where the line in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 passing through the rotational center of the rotating body 308 and the rotational locus of the upper end of the link intersect. It is better to set within the range, and it is preferable to shift within a range of about 5 °. In the drive mechanism of the embodiment, the center of the link upper end 313 is arranged slightly shifted outward from the upper end of the rotating body 308 (the uppermost part in the rotation locus of the link upper end 313) at the link stop position.

  In the drive mechanism, the link upper end 313 is a position corresponding to the operation position of the upper movable body 340 (hereinafter referred to as a link operation position), and the line in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 passes through the rotation center of the rotary body 308. Is arranged in a semicircular region on the upper movable body 340 (display unit 41) side (see FIG. 38). Specifically, in addition to the above conditions, the link operation position is in a quadrant area on the operation position side of the upper movable body 340 from a line orthogonal to the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 passing through the rotation center of the rotary body 308. Is set. Since the upper movable body 340 moves in the vertical direction and the operating position of the upper movable body 340 is set to the lower side with respect to the standby position, the upper movable production device 300 of the embodiment rotates on the front surface of the rotating body 308. The posture of the rotating body 308 in which the link upper end 313 is stopped is movable upward in a quadrant area below the left and right lines passing through the center of the rotating body 308 on the inner side on the display unit 41 side from the upper and lower lines passing through the center of the body 308. It corresponds to the operating position of the body 340.

  In the drive mechanism, the rotational direction in which the link upper end 313 at the link stop position is displaced in the backward movement direction in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 and then displaced in the forward movement direction is the rotation associated with the positive drive of the drive motor 306. It is set as the forward rotation of the body 308. That is, in the drive mechanism, the direction in which the link upper end 313 rotates inward from the link stop position is the normal rotation of the rotating body 308. In the right drive mechanism, the rotating body 308 rotates counterclockwise by forward rotation, and the rotating body 308 rotates clockwise by reverse rotation. On the other hand, in the drive mechanism on the left side, the rotating body 308 rotates clockwise by forward rotation, and the rotating body 308 rotates counterclockwise by reverse rotation. In other words, in the driving mechanism, the link upper end 313 is displaced in the backward movement direction of the upper movable body 340 along with the forward rotation of the rotating body 308 and then becomes an arc locus that is displaced in the forward movement direction of the upper movable body 340. The link stop position corresponding to the standby position of the upper movable body 340 is set. In the drive mechanism, the link upper end 313 located outside the upper portion of the rotating body 308 at the link stop position rotates the rotating body 308 in the normal direction, so that a line in the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340 passing through the rotation center of the rotating body 308 is obtained. The rotary body 308 is rotationally displaced inwardly beyond the upper end side. Then, the drive mechanism is configured such that the rotating body 308 is normally rotated with the link upper end 313 reaching the lower inner side of the rotating body 308 as a limit, and the rotating body 308 is rotated in the reverse direction, whereby the link upper end 313 is rotated. It is returned to the link stop position beyond the upper end side.

  In the upper movable effect device 300, one end is pivotally supported on the lower side of the rotating body 308 installed on the side of the display unit 41, and the arm 314 extends inward from the one end to the display unit 41 side. The side of the upper movable body 340 is supported at the other end. In addition, the upper movable body 340 reciprocates in the vertical direction between the standby position and the operating position with the other end of the arm 314 moving up and down by the link 312 that is displaced as the rotating body 308 rotates. ing. Under this condition, the drive mechanism is configured such that the link upper end 313 is disposed at the upper portion of the outer region spaced from the display unit 41 across the rotation center of the rotating body 308 at the standby position of the upper movable body 340, and the link upper end 313 rotates. As the body 308 rotates forward, the body 308 is displaced toward the inner region on the display unit 41 side with the rotation center of the rotating body 308 interposed therebetween.

  The upper movable effect device 300 rotates the rotating body 308 in the reverse direction by locking the locking portion 303 provided on the device base 302 and the locked portion 309 provided on the rotating body 308 at the standby position of the upper movable body 340. The upper movable body 340 can be held at the standby position by the regulating means (see FIG. 25 or FIG. 26). The restricting means of the embodiment includes a restricting piece 309 (see FIG. 39 or FIG. 40) as a locked portion protruding from a surface of the rotating body 308 facing the device base 302, and the rotating base 308 of the rotating body 308. A regulation groove (groove) 303 serving as the locking portion which is established in accordance with the displacement locus of the regulation piece 309 accompanying the rotation, accommodates the regulation piece 309 and abuts against the reverse rotation side of the regulation piece 309 at the standby position; (See FIG. 25 or FIG. 26).

  The regulating piece 309 is formed in a cylindrical shape on the rear surface of the rotating body 308, and is rotationally displaced as the rotating body 308 rotates (see FIG. 39 or FIG. 40). The restricting piece 309 is positioned approximately on a concentric circle passing through the center of attachment to the rotating body 308 at the link upper end 313, and is shifted outward (in the reverse rotation direction of the rotating body 308) from the attachment position of the link upper end 313 to the rotating body 308. Are arranged. The restricting groove 303 is formed in a circular arc shape at the side end of the apparatus base 302, and the dimension in the short direction is set slightly larger than the diameter of the restricting piece 309, and the end in the longitudinal direction is the end of the restricting piece 309. It is formed in an arc shape according to the outer shape. The restricting means is configured to accommodate the restricting piece 309 in the restricting groove portion 303, and is set to allow rotation of the rotating body 308 that displaces the upper movable body 340 between the standby position and the operating position.

  In the drive mechanism, when the link upper end 313 is at the link stop position, the restricting groove portion 303 extends in the rotational displacement direction accompanying the forward rotation of the rotating body 308 in the restricting piece 309. On the other hand, since the edge of the restriction groove 303 faces the reverse direction of the rotating body 308 in the restriction piece 309, the restriction piece 309 is locked to the edge of the restriction groove 303 and the rotation of the rotation body 308 is reversed. Is regulated. Further, when the link upper end 313 is in the link operation position, the drive mechanism has the restriction groove 303 extending in the rotational displacement direction accompanying the reverse rotation of the rotary body 308 in the restriction piece 309, so the reverse rotation of the rotary body 308 is performed. On the other hand, since the edge of the restriction groove portion 303 faces the rotation direction of the rotating body 308 in the restriction piece 309, the restriction piece 309 is locked to the edge of the restriction groove portion 303 so that Rotation is regulated. The upper side 55a of the back unit box 54 is formed with a through-opening of a restriction opening 54b that matches each restriction groove 303 (see FIG. 6 or FIG. 17), and the back of the restriction piece 309 inserted into the restriction groove 303. Interference with the unit box 54 is avoided.

  In the upper movable effect device 300, when a force is applied from the upper movable body 340 to the link 312 via the arm 314 in the forward movement direction (downward) at the standby position of the upper movable body 340, the upper movable effect device 300 moves toward the link upper end 313. Force is applied in the moving direction (downward). Therefore, a force is exerted on the rotating body 308 to start rotation downward by the link upper end 313, and the link upper end 313 is positioned above the outer region of the rotating body 308 at the link stop position. A force acts in the direction of rotation. However, in the standby position of the upper movable body 340, the rotation of the rotating body 308 in the reverse rotation direction is regulated by the engagement between the regulating piece 309 of the regulating means and the regulating groove 303, so that the link upper end 313 is moved in the forward direction. The upper movable body 340 can be reliably held at the standby position because the arm 314 does not move in the forward movement direction. Further, since the link upper end 313 cannot be displaced in the forward movement direction unless the link upper end 313 is once displaced in the backward movement direction from the link stop position by rotating the rotating body 308 in the forward direction, the driving mechanism cannot move the upper movable body 340, the arm. Even if a force is applied to the forward movement direction on 314 or the link 312, the rotating body 308 cannot be rotated forward regardless of the drive of the drive motor 306. In other words, the drive mechanism moves the upper movable body 340 from the standby position to the operating position even if a force is applied to the upper movable body 340 by an impact or a load unless the rotary body 308 is rotated forward by the drive motor 306. I can't. The upper movable body 340 is attached with various members such as a movable member 360, 370, a movable mechanism for moving the movable member 360, 370, and a movable body light emitting device 356, and is large and has a large weight on the left and right sides of the display unit 41. However, the upper movable body 340 can be reliably held at the standby position by the restriction means having a simple structure by locking the restriction piece 309 and the restriction groove 303 that does not require a drive source or an operation mechanism such as a solenoid. .

  The restricting means is configured to restrict the reverse rotation of the rotating body 308 only at the standby position of the upper movable body 340 (link stop position of the link upper end 313), and between the standby position and the operating position of the upper movable body 340. In operation, the displacement of the rotating body 308 and the link 312 does not get in the way, so there is no need to operate the restricting means, and the structure of the restricting means can be simplified. In addition, in the upper movable body 340 that is lowered from the standby position to the operating position, the load of the upper movable body 340 is always applied in the direction of rotating the rotary body 308 in the standby position. Therefore, the upper movable body 340 can be reliably held at the standby position.

  A structure of the support part 320 that rotatably supports the arm 314 will be described. The support part 320 is fixed to the device base 302 with a pair of shaft parts 322 and 324 projecting from one end part of the arm 314 opposite to each other, and can rotate the first shaft part (one shaft part) 322. The first receiving portion (first receiving portion) 326 held by the first receiving portion 326 is fixed to the apparatus base 302 with one end of the arm 314 sandwiched between the first receiving portion 326 and the second shaft portion (the other shaft). Part) 324 is rotatably provided with a second receiving part (second receiving part) 328 (see FIG. 33 or FIG. 34). At one end of the arm 314, there is a first shaft portion 322 that protrudes toward the rear side (device base 302 side) and a second shaft portion 324 that protrudes toward the front side (player side). Provided (see FIG. 30 or FIG. 31). Both the shaft portions 322 and 324 have a cylindrical shape in which walls are annularly connected. In the embodiment, the shaft portions 322 and 324 are formed separately from the arm 314, but may be formed integrally with the arm.

  The first shaft portion 322 includes an insertion convex portion 322a formed to project at the front end of the cylindrical main body portion, and an attachment receiving portion 322b formed to project radially outward from the outer peripheral surface of the main body portion ( (See FIG. 33). The insertion convex portion 322a of the first shaft portion 322 has an outer diameter set smaller than the outer diameter of the main body portion, and the front portion of the first shaft portion 322 is stepped from the main body portion toward the insertion convex portion 322a. Is formed. In the first shaft portion 322 of the embodiment, the attachment receiving portions 322b are arranged at two positions on the upper and lower sides with the main body portion interposed therebetween. The attachment receiving portion 322b extends from the front end of the outer peripheral surface of the main body portion, and wall pieces are erected along the front outer edge. The first shaft portion 322 includes a positioning piece 322c that projects from the outer peripheral surface of the insertion convex portion 322a and extends in the front-rear direction. In the embodiment, the first shaft portion 322 corresponds to the formation position of the attachment receiving portion 322b. 322c is provided. That is, the first shaft portion 322 is provided with positioning pieces 322c on the upper and lower portions of the outer peripheral surface of the insertion convex portion 322a corresponding to the mounting receiving portions 322b and 322b provided above and below the main body portion, respectively. It has been.

  The second shaft portion 324 protrudes toward the rear side from an insertion convex portion 324a that is formed to protrude from the rear end of the cylindrical main body portion and a piece that is formed to protrude radially outward on the outer peripheral surface of the main body portion. Mounting boss part 324b (see FIG. 34). The insertion convex part 324a of the second shaft part 324 has an outer diameter set smaller than the outer diameter of the main body part, and the rear part of the second shaft part 324 is stepped so as to be narrowed from the main body part toward the insertion convex part 324a. Is formed. In the second shaft portion 324, the mounting boss portion 324b is provided corresponding to the mounting receiving portion 322b of the first shaft portion 322. In the embodiment, the mounting boss portions 324b are arranged at two positions above and below the main body portion. Yes. The mounting boss portion 324b has a columnar shape, and is equal to or larger than the longitudinal dimension of the arm 314 sandwiched between the first shaft portion 322 from the rear surface of one portion extending from the rear end of the outer peripheral surface of the main body portion to the rear side. It is formed to protrude. The second shaft portion 324 includes a positioning piece 324c that protrudes from the outer peripheral surface of the insertion convex portion 324a and extends in the front-rear direction. In the embodiment, the positioning piece corresponds to the formation position of the mounting boss portion 324b. 322c is provided. That is, the second shaft portion 324 is provided with positioning pieces 324c on the upper and lower portions of the outer peripheral surface of the insertion convex portion 324a corresponding to the mounting boss portions 324b and 324b provided above and below the main body portion, respectively. It has been. The positioning piece 324c is continuously provided from the outer peripheral surface of the insertion convex portion 324a to the mounting boss portion 324b.

  The arm 314 is provided with an annular portion 316 formed in an annular shape that penetrates back and forth in a portion forming the one end portion (see FIG. 33 or FIG. 34), and a circular shape defined inside the annular portion 316. The outer diameters of the insertion convex portions 322a and 324a of the first and second shaft portions 322 and 324 are set in accordance with the inner diameter of the opening. The annular portion 316 is formed to have a larger diameter than an intermediate portion between one end portion and the other end portion of the arm 314. Further, positioning notches 316a are formed at the front and rear edges of the annular portion 316 corresponding to the positioning pieces 322c and 324c of the first and second shaft portions 322 and 324, respectively. Are arranged at two locations on the top and bottom.

  The insertion convex portion 322a of the first shaft portion 322 is fitted into the inside of the annular portion 316 from the rear, and the insertion convex portion 324a of the second shaft portion 324 is fitted into the inside of the annular portion 316 from the front, and the mounting receiving portion Both shafts 322 and 324 are detachably fixed in a state where the annular part 316 is sandwiched from the front and rear by fixing with screws to the attachment boss part 324b aligned with 322b via the attachment receiving part 322b (see FIG. 30 or FIG. 31). Further, when fitting the first and second shaft portions 322 and 324 to the annular portion 316, the mounting receiving portions 322a are inserted by inserting the positioning pieces 322c and 324c of the shaft portions 322 and 324 into the corresponding positioning notches 316a. And the mounting boss portion 322d are aligned, and the rotation of the shaft portions 322 and 324 in the circumferential direction with respect to the annular portion 316 is restricted. In addition, at one end of the arm 314, the inner space of the first shaft portion 322, the second shaft portion 324, and the annular portion 316 communicates, and a wiring passage 317 that penetrates in the front-rear direction is defined. Each shaft portion 322, 324 is formed so that the outer diameter of the main body portion is substantially the same as the outer diameter of the annular portion 316 of the arm 314 (see FIG. 30 or FIG. 31).

  The first receiving portion 326 includes a first receiving groove (first receiving groove) 327 that is recessed in accordance with the first shaft portion 322, and the first shaft portion that is fitted in the first receiving groove 327. 322 is rotatably held (see FIG. 33 or FIG. 50). The first receiving portion 326 is fixed to the apparatus base 302 with screws by sandwiching a piece that protrudes outward in the radial direction on the outer peripheral surface. The first receiving portion 326 has a donut shape in which a wall defining the first receiving groove 327 opened forward is formed in a double ring shape provided inside and outside in the radial direction, and the inside of the inner wall opens. ing. The rear side of the first receiving groove 327 is closed, and the rear portion of the first shaft portion 322 received in the first receiving groove 327 is held. Here, the first receiving portion 326 is set to be substantially the same as or slightly larger than the outer diameter of the rear portion of the cylindrical first shaft portion 322, and the outer diameter of the inner wall is the same. The first shaft portion 322 is set to be substantially the same as or slightly smaller than the inner diameter of the rear portion. That is, the first receiving groove 327 extending annularly to the front side of the first receiving portion 326 has a radial width that is set to be substantially the same as the wall constituting the rear portion of the main body portion of the first shaft portion 322. The rear portion of the first shaft portion 322 fitted into the first receiving groove 327 is sandwiched between inner and outer walls that define the first receiving groove 327 (see FIG. 30). Therefore, the support part 320 inserts the rear part of the first shaft part 322 into the first receiving groove 327 so that the support part 320 moves in the radial direction on the outer wall of the first receiving groove 327 that surrounds the outside of the first shaft part 322. In addition to the restriction, the movement in the radial direction is restricted by the inner wall of the first receiving groove 327 fitted inside the first shaft portion 322.

  An opening inside the first receiving portion 326 communicates with a wiring port 317 opened at one end portion of the arm 314 to constitute a part of the wiring port 317. The first receiving portion 326 is formed with a notch from the rear end to the bottom of the first receiving groove 327. When the first receiving portion 326 is attached to the device base 302, the notch is wired between the first base 326 and the device base. A rear opening 326a that communicates the communication port 317 and the outside is defined. In addition, the apparatus base 302 is provided with a wiring opening (opening) 304 that is opened in accordance with the wiring opening 317 of the support portion 320 and that is communicated with the opening and is cut out on the wiring routing side (opening). (See FIG. 25 or FIG. 26). Here, the wiring opening 304 is formed with a cutout so as to communicate with the outer edge of the apparatus base 302 corresponding to the outer upper portion where the rear opening 326a is provided.

  The second receiving portion 328 has a second receiving groove (second receiving groove) 329 that is recessed in accordance with the second shaft portion 324, and the second shaft portion that is fitted in the second receiving groove 329. 324 is rotatably held. The second receiving portion 328 is provided with a second receiving groove 329 on the rear surface of the decorative front plate 328a that appears on the front surface of the game board 40 (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 23), and the second receiving groove on the rear surface of the decorative front plate 328a. A pair of fixed leg portions 330 and 330 that are formed to protrude rearward up and down across 329 are fixed to the device base 302 by screws (see FIG. 27 or FIG. 28). The second receiving portion 328 is formed in a double ring shape in which a wall defining a second receiving groove 329 opened rearward is provided inside and outside in the radial direction (see FIG. 34). The front side of the second receiving groove 329 is closed by a decorative front plate 328a, and holds the front portion of the second shaft portion 324 received in the second receiving groove 329.

  The second receiving portion 328 is set to be substantially the same as or slightly larger than the outer diameter of the front portion of the cylindrical second shaft portion 324, and the outer diameter of the inner wall is the first. The biaxial portion 324 is set to be substantially the same as or slightly smaller than the inner diameter of the front portion. That is, the second receiving groove 329 that extends annularly to the rear side of the second receiving portion 328 has a radial width that is set to be substantially the same as the wall of the front portion of the main body portion of the second shaft portion 324. The front portion of the second shaft portion 324 fitted in the two receiving grooves 329 is sandwiched between inner and outer walls that define the second receiving grooves 329. Therefore, the support part 320 moves in the radial direction on the outer wall of the second receiving groove 329 that surrounds the outer side of the second shaft part 324 by inserting the front part of the second shaft part 324 into the second receiving groove 329. In addition, the movement in the radial direction is restricted by the inner wall of the second receiving groove 329 fitted inside the second shaft portion 324.

  The support portion 320 has the first shaft portion 322 fitted into the first receiving groove 327 of the first receiving portion 326 fixed to the apparatus base 302 and the second shaft portion 324 fitted into the second receiving groove 329. By fixing the second receiving portion 328 to the apparatus base 302, one end portion of the arm 314 is configured to be held between the front and rear receiving portions 326 and 328 so as to be rotatable from the front and rear (see FIG. 30 or FIG. 50). Further, the support portion 320 blocks the front side of the wiring port 317 communicating with the first receiving portion 326 from one end portion of the arm 314 with the decorative front plate 328a of the second receiving portion 328, and the upper movable body in the standby position. The supporting arm 314 is hidden (see FIG. 23).

  As described above, the support portion 320 is configured to hold the cylindrical shaft portions 322 and 324 provided on the arm 314 with the annular receiving grooves 327 and 329 in the receiving portions 326 and 328, so that the shaft of the arm 314 is supported. The portions 322 and 324 are sandwiched from the front and rear by the receiving portions 326 and 328, and the shaft portions 322 and 324 are sandwiched from the inside and the outside by the wall that defines the inside of the receiving grooves 327 and 329 and the wall that defines the outside. , One end of the arm 314 is supported. That is, since the support portion 320 holds the one end portion of the arm 314 from both sides in the rotation axis direction and from the inside and outside in the radial direction, the support portion 320 receives the force applied to the arm 314 in a balanced manner and stabilizes the upper movable body 340. Can be supported. The upper movable body 340 is provided with various members such as a movable member 360, 370, a movable mechanism for moving the movable member 360, 370, and a movable body light emitting device 356. The upper movable body 340 is large in size on the left and right sides of the display unit 41 and is heavy. However, the arm 314 can be swung smoothly by appropriately receiving the load of the upper movable body 340 by the support portion 320. In addition, the upper movable body 340 is reciprocated so much that the lower end reaches the approximate center on the front side of the display unit 41 from the standby position retracted to the upper side of the display unit 41 so as to attract the player's attention. Since both arms 314 and 314 that support the body 340 are supported by the support portions 320 and 320 in a well-balanced manner, it is possible to suppress rattling that is irrelevant to the operation effect when the upper movable body 340 is operated.

  In addition, inside the support part 320, there is provided a wiring port 317 serving as a space for wiring to be connected to an electrical component provided in the upper movable body 340, but the shaft parts 322 and 324 have strength in shape. Since it is formed in a cylindrical shape that is advantageous for securing, and the corresponding shaft portions 322 and 324 are sandwiched and held from inside and outside by the receiving grooves 327 and 329 of the receiving portions 326 and 328, the supporting portion 320 The support strength is not reduced. In addition, since the support part 320 is configured to be separated from the main body part of the arm 314, the shaft parts 322 and 324 that are easily fitted and worn in the receiving grooves 327 and 329 of the receiving parts 326 and 328 are detachable. The shaft portions 322 and 324 can be easily replaced. That is, since the support part 320 can be replaced by removing the shaft parts 322 and 324 and the receiving parts 326 and 328 when the shaft parts 322 and 324 and the receiving grooves 327 and 329 are worn, The state where the upper movable body 340 (arm 314) is always held stably can be maintained.

  In the upper movable effect device 300, a detection piece (detection unit) provided on the rotating body 308 by a drive side detection unit (original position detection unit) 334 provided on the front surface of the device base 302 corresponding to each drive mechanism. The position of the upper movable body 340 is determined based on the detection of the presence or absence of 310 (see FIGS. 37 to 40). The detection piece 310 is provided at an eccentric position on the front surface of the rotator 308, and is formed to protrude radially outward from the outer peripheral edge of the rotator 308 (see FIG. 37 or FIG. 38). The detection piece 310 is arranged on the inner side (display unit 41 side) with respect to the link upper end 313 at the link stop position with a line in the reciprocating direction passing through the rotation center of the rotating body 308 interposed therebetween. Is positioned at the standby position of the upper movable body 340 on the backward direction side in the inner region of the rotating body 308 (see FIG. 37). That is, the detection piece 310 of the right drive mechanism is located in the upper left area of the rotating body 308 at the standby position of the upper movable body 340, and the detection piece 310 of the right drive mechanism is located in the upper right area of the rotation body 308. doing.

  The drive side detection means 334 is provided adjacent to the rotating body 308 at a position off the displacement path of the link 312 and the arm 314 in the apparatus base 302 (see FIGS. 37 to 40), and the displacement of the link 312 and the arm 314 is displaced. It is designed not to get in the way. The drive side detection means 334 is disposed on the inner side of the rotating body 308 and on the backward movement side of the upper movable body 340, and is located on the outer side of the rotating body 308 and on the forward movement direction side of the upper movable body 340. The rotating body 308 is disposed on the opposite side of the support portion 320. That is, the drive side detection means 334 corresponding to the right drive mechanism is arranged on the upper left side of the rotating body 308, and the drive side detection means 334 corresponding to the left drive mechanism is arranged on the upper right side of the rotation body 308. Yes.

  As the drive side detection means 334, a photosensor provided with a sensor portion 334a that is vertically spaced apart on the surface of the substrate that faces the rotating body 308 fixed in an upright position on the apparatus base 302 is employed. The substrate of the drive side detection means 334 extends so as to incline from the outside toward the inside as it moves in the forward movement direction (downward) of the upper movable body 340, and upper and lower sensor parts 334a, A detection piece 310 that protrudes radially outward from the rotating body 308 passes through the space 334a (see FIG. 41). The drive side detection means 334 is configured such that the detection piece 310 is positioned between the upper and lower sensor portions 334a and 334a with the posture of the rotating body 308 with the link upper end 313 at the link stop position (see FIG. 37), The detection piece 310 is detected by closing the space between the sensor units 334a and 334a with the detection piece 310. Here, when the upper movable effect device 300 detects the detection piece 310 by the drive side detection means 334 during the reverse rotation of the rotating body 308, the upper movable effect device 300 continues the reverse drive of the drive motor 306 immediately or by a predetermined number of steps. It comes to stop.

  Since the drive mechanism employs a link structure that converts the rotational motion of the rotator 308 into the swinging motion of the arm 314 via the link 312, the link upper end 313 displaces the upper region of the rotator 308. The amount of displacement of the arm 314 (upper movable body 340) in the reciprocating direction differs between the case and the case where the side region of the rotating body 308 is displaced. That is, in the drive mechanism, the rotational displacement amount of the rotating body 308 and the displacement amount of the arm 314 (upper movable body 340) do not have a corresponding relationship. In the upper movable effect device 300, the position of stopping the upper movable body 340 is not determined by the upper movable body 340 or the arm 314 that supports the upper movable body 340, but on the drive side of the detection piece 310 provided on the rotating body 308. This is based on detection by the detection means 334. For this reason, since the link upper end 313 provided in the rotary body 308 can be reliably stopped at the link stop position, the drive mechanism can be stopped at an accurate position.

  As described above, the drive mechanism is configured such that the restricting means 303 and 309 function at the link stop position of the link upper end 313. Therefore, when position detection is performed by the upper movable body 340 or the arm 314, the rotating body 308 is the upper end of the link. Although the upper movable body 340 once arrives at the standby position regardless of whether the 313 has not returned to the link stop position, there is a possibility that the link upper end 313 may stop in the inner region of the rotator 308 when the rotator 308 is stopped at this position. is there. When the link upper end 313 is in the inner region of the rotating body 308, when a downward force is applied to the upper movable body 340 and the arm 314, the restricting means 303 and 309 that restrict the rotation of the rotating body 308 in the reverse rotation direction Instead, the rotating body 308 is rotated in the forward rotation direction via the link upper end 313. In the position determination structure of the embodiment, since the drive mechanism is stopped with reference to the rotating body 308 provided with the restriction piece 309 of the restriction means, the upper movable body 340 is reliably held at the standby position by the restriction means. Can do.

  The device cover 338 covers a portion extending left and right except for the side end portion of the device base 302 and an upper side portion 55a of the back unit box 54 exposed below the portion extending left and right. It is attached to the base 302 (see FIG. 23). The device cover 338 is located on the rear side of the upper movable body 340 in the standby position, and appears on the front side when the upper movable body 340 is displaced to the operating position, so that the upper side of the display unit 41 is decorated. (See FIG. 5 or FIG. 24).

  The upper movable effect device 300 is configured such that the left and right drive mechanisms operate in synchronization, and the upper movable body 340 is reciprocated while maintaining a horizontal posture. When the drive motor 306 is driven forward and the rotating body 308 rotates forward, the upper movable effect device 300 is pushed by the link 312 and the arm 314 swings downward with the support portion 320 as a fulcrum. 340 is displaced downward from the standby position toward the operating position. When the drive motor 306 is reversely driven and the rotary body 308 is reversely rotated, the upper movable effect device 300 is pulled up by the link 312 and the arm 314 swings upward with the support portion 320 as a fulcrum, and accordingly, the upper movable body. 340 is displaced upward from the operating position toward the standby position.

  Next, the upper movable body 340 will be described. As shown in FIGS. 23 to 46, the upper movable body 340 includes a plurality (three in the embodiment) of movable members 360, 370, and 370 and a movable body light emitting device (light emitting device) 356, and includes two drives. Not only is it supported and operated by the mechanism, but also the operation effects of the plurality of movable members 360, 370, and 370 and the light emission effects by the movable body light emitting device 356 can be performed alone or in combination. The upper movable body 340 is provided with a plurality of movable members 360, 370, and 370 on the front side of the case body 341 including the rear cover (base body) 342 and the front cover 376, and is movable to move the plurality of movable members 360, 370, and 370. A movable body light emitting device 356 responsible for the light emission effect of the mechanism (drive mechanism) and the upper movable body 340 is accommodated in the case body 341. Here, in the upper movable body 340 of the embodiment, a first movable member 360 is disposed at the front center of the horizontally long case body 341, and a pair of second bodies are disposed on both left and right sides of the first movable member 360. Movable members 370 and 370 are arranged (see FIG. 23).

  The case body 341 includes a rear cover 342 that forms the rear half of the outer shell of the upper movable body 340, and a front cover 376 that forms the front half of the outer shell of the upper movable body 340 (see FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). reference). The rear cover 342 and the front cover 376 are housed between the rear cover 342 and the front cover 376 and fixed to the partition plate 346 that partitions between the movable mechanism and the movable body light emitting device 356 by screws.

  The rear cover 342 is a transparent box-shaped member that opens to the front side, and includes mounting grooves 343 and 343 that are formed through the front and rear sides on the upper sides of the left and right sides. The mounting groove 343 is defined by a wall extending forward from the rear surface over the entire circumference, and the front end of the wall faces the inside of the front cover 376 (see FIG. 32). The mounting groove 343 extends in the direction perpendicular to the reciprocating direction of the upper movable body 340, and the short dimension is substantially the same as the outer diameter of the mounting shaft 315 provided at one end of the arm 314. Is set. Here, the mounting shaft 315 has a cylindrical main body that is set to be substantially the same as the short dimension of the mounting groove 343 with respect to the shaft rod 315a provided to protrude forward at one end of the arm 314, and the cylindrical shape. A sliding piece 315b having a flange larger than the short dimension of the mounting groove 343 is fitted to one end of the main body (see FIG. 32). The mounting shaft 315 inserted from the rear side into the mounting groove 343 can be prevented from coming off by sandwiching the mounting groove 343 from the front and rear with the flanges of a pair of sliding pieces 315b and 315b positioned at the front and rear of the mounting groove 343. The attachment shaft 315 is allowed to be displaced along the longitudinal side of 343, and the upper movable body 340 is held so as to be displaceable in the rotation direction with respect to the attachment shaft 315.

  The rear cover 342 is provided with concentrating ports 344 and 344 on the upper sides of the left and right side portions and outside the mounting grooves 343 (see FIG. 26 or FIG. 34). Each concentrating port 344 is formed to penetrate in the front-rear direction. Further, each concentrating port 344 extends to the front side of the arm 314 where the mounting shaft 315 is supported by the mounting groove 343, and corresponds to the displacement path of the arm with respect to the upper movable body 340 accompanying the reciprocating motion of the upper movable body 340. The concentrator 344 is defined by a shape that is curved in a substantially arc shape with the outer side convex.

  The front cover 376 includes a front cover body 377 formed in a box shape that opens to the rear side, a window member 378 that covers a plurality of window openings 377a, 377b, and 377c formed on the front surface of the front cover body 377, and a window And a frame member 379 that decorates the opening edges of the openings 377a, 377b, and 377c (see FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). In addition, on the front surface of the front cover main body 377, decorative frame pieces that are positioned on the front sides of the second movable members 370 and 370 provided on the left and right sides of the front surface of the case body 341, respectively, and surround the second movable member 370. 380 and 380 are attached. The front cover body 377 is formed such that the upper edge, the side edge, and the lower edge of the wall extending rearward except for the upper sides of the left and right sides are aligned with the front end of the wall extending forward of the rear cover 342. (See FIG. 34). The case body 341 abuts the front end of the rear cover 342 and the rear end of the front cover body 377, and a movable mechanism and a movable body light emitting device 356 are provided between the plate surface of the rear cover 342 and the plate surface of the front cover body 377. Storage space is defined.

  The front cover body 377 is configured not to transmit light. The front cover body 377 has a circular first window opening 377a in the center of the plate surface constituting the front surface of the case body 341, and a circular second window opening 377b on the left and right sides of the first window opening 377a. Are opened in two places (see FIG. 35). Further, the front cover body 377 has a plurality of circular third window openings 377c formed between the first window opening 377a and the second window opening 377b on the plate surface. The plurality of third window openings 377c are located outside the first window opening 377a and arranged side by side on the concentric circle of the first window opening 377a. In the embodiment, the third window opening 377a is the first window opening 377a. Three locations are provided on the left and right sides of the first window opening 377a in a symmetrical relationship.

  The frame member 379 is formed so as to border the opening edges of the first window opening 377a, the second window opening 377b, and the third window opening 377c, and is attached to the front cover body 377 from the front side (see FIG. 23 or FIG. 35). Further, the frame member 379 is opened in alignment with the window openings 377a, 377b, and 377c at the inner sides of the edge portions surrounding the opening edges of the window openings 377a, 377b, and 377c. The frame member 379 is subjected to a light reflection process such as plating on a portion facing the front side of the case body 341.

  The window member 378 is based on a transparent plate-like portion, and light transmitting windows 378a, 378b, and 378c that align with the inner openings of the edge portions of the frame members 379 that border the opening edges of the window openings 377a, 377b, and 377c, respectively. (See FIG. 35). The window member 378 is attached from the rear side of the front cover main body 377, and light transmission windows 378 a, 378 b, 378 c that are respectively formed to project from plate-like portions extending to the rear side of the front cover main body 377 are formed on the frame member 379. It is positioned with respect to the front cover body 377 by being fitted into the inner opening of the edge portion. The window member 378 has a flat front surface of the first light transmission window (first light transmission window) 378a corresponding to the first window opening 377a and a front surface of the second light transmission window 378b corresponding to the second window opening 377b. In addition, the front surfaces of the first light transmission window 378a and the second light transmission window 378b are configured to substantially coincide with the front edge of the frame portion 379. Further, the window member 378 is formed in a convex lens shape in which all of the third light transmission window (second light transmission window) 378c corresponding to the third window opening 377c is convex forward from the peripheral portion toward the center portion. Has been. In the first light transmission window 378a and the second light transmission window 378b, a shaft opening 378d through which the rotation shafts 361 and 371 supporting the movable members 360 and 370 provided on the front side are inserted is formed in the center.

  The partition plate 346 is a plate-like member formed so that its outer shape is aligned with the inside of the front cover body 377 of the front cover 376 (see FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). The partition plate 346 functions as a connecting member that connects the rear cover 342 and the front cover 376, and closes the rear surface of the front cover 376 so that the inner space of the case body 341 is defined on the rear side across the partition plate 346. The mechanism is divided into a space for accommodating a gear group, which will be described later, and a space for accommodating a movable body light emitting device 356 defined on the front side.

  A movable mechanism for operating the movable members 360 and 370 is movable to a front side of the rear cover 342 and a movable motor (motor) 348 disposed at the upper center of the rear cover 342 constituting the rear surface of the upper movable body 340. And a gear group that rotates in conjunction with the rotational drive of the movable motor 348 (see FIGS. 44 to 46). The movable motor 348 is attached to the rear surface of the rear cover 342 with the output shaft 348a facing forward, and a pinion 348b is fixed to the front end of the output shaft 348a protruding to the front side of the rear cover 342. That is, the pinion 348 b is accommodated in the space between the partition plate 346 and the rear cover 342.

  Gears 349, 350, and 351 constituting the gear group are rotatably arranged with respect to the partition plate 346 via rotation shafts 352, 361, and 371, and are accommodated between the partition plate 346 and the rear cover 342. Has been. In the upper movable body 340, the rotary shaft 352 protrudes rearward from the rear surface of each gear 349, 350, 351 and the rear end of the rotary shaft 352, 361, 371 and the center of the rear surface of each gear 349, 350, 351. , 361, 371 is held in a shaft receiving recess 342a that is recessed rearward of the rear cover 342 in accordance with the rotary shafts 352, 361, 371. (See FIG. 35 or FIG. 36).

  The gear group is connected to a pinion 348b constituting the movable motor 348, and is paired with a first main gear 349 rotated by the movable motor 348 in a symmetrical relationship with respect to the first main gear 349. And second slave gears 351 and 351 disposed between the main gears 349 and 350 so as to connect the main gears 349 and 350 to each other. (See FIG. 46). The gear group of the embodiment includes one first main gear 349, two second main gears 350 and 350 sandwiching the first main gear 349, and the first main gear 349 and the second main gear. And sub-gears 351 disposed between the two. In the movable mechanism, the rotation shaft 361 of the first main gear 349 is disposed immediately below the output shaft 348a of the movable motor 348, and the rotation shafts 352 of the two second main gears 350 and 350 and the two sub gears 351 and 351 are arranged. , 371 are positioned below the rotation shaft 361 of the first main gear 349 and are aligned on the same line in the left-right direction (see FIG. 46 or FIG. 47).

  A first movable member 360 is connected to the front end of the rotating shaft 361 connected to the first main gear 349, and a second movable member is connected to the front end of the rotating shaft 371 connected to the second main gear 350. 370 is connected (see FIG. 45). For the first main gear 349 and the second main gear 350, spur gears of the same standard having the same number of teeth and diameter provided on the outer periphery are employed. Further, a spur gear set to have a larger diameter than the main gears 349 and 350 is employed as the slave gear 351 (see FIG. 46).

  In the movable mechanism, a movable motor 348 is connected to a first main gear 349 connected to a rotation shaft 361 to which a first movable member 360 is connected, and the first main gear 349 is rotated via a slave gear 351. The second main gear 350 coupled to the rotation shaft 371 connected to the second movable member 370 is rotated to synchronize the first movable member 360 and the two second movable members 370 and 370 in the same direction. Configured to rotate. In other words, in the movable mechanism, the slave gear 351 interposed between the first main gear 349 and the second main gear 350 functions as an idler gear, and one movable motor 348 rotates one first main gear 349. As a result, the two second main gears 351 and 351 can be rotated easily and synchronously without using a complicated transmission mechanism.

  The movable body light emitting device 356 of the upper movable body 340 is disposed on the front surface of the partition plate 346 and includes a light emitting substrate having an LED 357 as a light emitter on the front surface, and can emit light forward from the LED 357. (See FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). The movable body light emitting device 356 is formed in an outer shape that matches the inside of the outer wall 346a extending forward along the outer edge of the partition plate 346, and has rotating shafts 352, 361, and 371 protruding from the front surface of the partition plate 346. A shaft passage opening 356a is formed in accordance with the shaft convex portion 346b that is rotatably held. The movable body light emitting device 356 is housed inside the outer wall 346a of the partition plate 346, and is attached to the partition plate 346 by housing a shaft passage opening corresponding to the shaft convex portion 346b protruding from the center and the left and right side portions. In addition, vents (not shown) are formed in the plate surfaces of the partition plate 346 and the rear cover 342 so that heat can be radiated from the inside of the case body 341 to the outside.

  In the movable body light emitting device 356, LEDs 357 are arranged in accordance with the light transmission windows 378a, 378b, and 378c provided on the front side (see FIG. 42 or FIG. 43). On the front surface of the movable body light emitting device 356, a plurality of concentric circles centering on a rotation shaft 361 (shaft passage port 356a) that passes through the center of the first light transmission window 378a corresponding to the first light transmission window 378a (a plurality of concentric circles). In the embodiment, 10 LEDs 357 are circularly arranged at a constant angle. Further, on the front surface of the movable body light emitting device 356, a concentric circle centering on a rotation shaft 371 (shaft passage port 356a) passing through the center of the second light transmission window 378b corresponding to each second light transmission window 378b. In addition, a plurality of (in the embodiment, five) LEDs 357 are circularly arranged at a constant angle. Further, on the front surface of the movable body light emitting device 356, one LED 357 is disposed corresponding to each third light transmission window 378c and positioned at the center of the light transmission window 378c. That is, the upper movable body 340 can illuminate the light transmitting windows 378a, 378b, and 378c that cover the front side of the LED 357 by turning on the LED 357.

  In the upper movable body 340 of the embodiment, the plurality of movable members 360, 370, and 370 have similar shapes. The movable members 360, 370, and 370 of the embodiment are formed with cherry blossoms as a motif, and are configured by arranging a plurality of substantially teardrop-shaped petal portions (movable pieces) in a circular shape (five in the embodiment). (See FIG. 23). Each petal portion has a substantially triangular cut from the center of the outer edge toward the inside in the radial direction. Here, the movable members 360, 370, and 370 are formed so that the adjacent petal portions are in contact with each other from the central portion to the radially intermediate portion, while the outer edge portions of the adjacent petal portions are formed so as to be separated from each other. Has been. Further, the movable members 360 and 370 are provided with decorative edges (decorative portions) 362 and 372 that frame the outer edge of the petal portion and do not transmit light, and the petal portion surrounded by the decorative edges 362 and 372 is provided. The inner region is composed of light diffusion portions 363 and 373 that transmit light. In addition, in the movable members 360 and 370 of the embodiment, the decorative edge portions 362 and 372 constitute not only the outer edge of the petal portion but also a decoration such as a pistil extending from the root portion of the petal portion toward the central portion of the petal portion. doing. The decorative edge portions 362 and 372 are subjected to a process of reflecting light such as plating.

  Rotating shafts 361 and 371 are connected to the movable members 360 and 370 at the center of the rear surface where a plurality of petal portions are combined. Each movable member 360, 370 is formed to have a larger outer shape than the light transmission windows 378a, 378b located on the rear side, and the tip of the petal portion is positioned outside the corresponding light transmission windows 378a, 378b. (See FIG. 23 or FIG. 42). Further, each movable member 360, 370 is configured such that the light transmission windows 378a, 378b face the front side from the gap between the adjacent petal portions. The 1st movable member 360 located in the center part of the upper movable body 340 is formed larger than the left and right 2nd movable members 370 and 370 (refer FIG. 23). Moreover, the 1st movable member 360 and the 2nd movable member 370 are comprised so that the light-diffusion aspect of the light-diffusion parts 363 and 373 may differ among several movable members.

  The first movable member 360 is configured such that an insertion portion 366 and a light diffusion sheet 367 are sandwiched between a covering portion 364 that forms the front surface and a rear plate portion 365 that forms the rear surface (see FIGS. 35 and 36). ). The covering portion 364 is formed in a concave shape that opens to the rear side, and is configured as a decorative edge portion 362 that borders the front surface of the outer peripheral edge of the petal portion, and is defined inside the decorative edge portion 362 to constitute the front surface of the light diffusion portion 363. It has a transparent part. The covering portion 364 is formed such that the transparent portion constituting the front surface of the light diffusion portion 363 is raised as compared with the decorative edge portion 362. In the embodiment, the covering portion 364 sandwiches the radial line passing through the central portion of the petal shape. Two raised portions are provided, and the front surface of the light diffusion portion 363 is formed in an uneven shape. The insertion portion 366 is a transparent member formed in a similar shape that is slightly smaller than the covering portion 364 and is fitted from the rear side of the covering portion 364. The light diffusing sheet 367 is a sheet-like member formed in accordance with the outer shape of the first movable member 360, and the light diffusing sheet 367 of the embodiment is subjected to a light diffusing process using a required dot pattern. The rear plate portion 365 is a plate-like member formed in accordance with the outer shape of the first movable member 360, and is formed from a transparent material. A rotation shaft 361 connected to the first main gear 349 is fixed at the center of the rear plate portion 365. The first movable member 360 has an outer shape light set slightly smaller than the outer shape of the first movable member 360 between the insertion portion 366 and the rear plate portion 365 accommodated inside the covering portion 364. It is fixed with screws from the rear side of the rear plate portion 365 with the diffusion sheet 367 interposed therebetween.

  As described above, the first movable member 360 includes the light diffusion portion 363 from the rear plate portion 365 located on the front side of the first light transmission window 378a, the light diffusion sheet 367, the insertion portion 366, and the transparent portion of the covering portion 364. It is configured. The first movable member 360 diffuses the light of the LED 357 irradiated to the front side through the first light transmission window 378a by the light diffusion portion 363 located on the front side of the first light transmission window 378a. The upper movable body 340 is configured such that the light diffusion portion 363 and the decorative edge portion 362 sequentially pass through the front side of the first light transmission window 378a by rotating the first movable member 360. More specifically, since the first movable member 360 has a gap between adjacent petal portions, the decorative edge 362 arrives on the front side of the first light transmission window 378a and the first light transmission window The light diffuser 363 arrives at the front side of the first light transmission window 378a and the light is emitted from the LED 357 irradiated through the first light transmission window 378a. The light of the LED 357 irradiated through the first light transmission window 378a after the gap between the part where the light of the LED 357 is diffused by the light diffusion portion 363 and the petal portion adjacent to the front side of the first light transmission window 378a arrives. The portion that directly leaks is sequentially changed as the first movable member 360 rotates (see FIG. 42).

  The upper movable body 340 has an aspect in which the light of the LED 357 irradiated through the first light transmission window 378a can be visually recognized through the light diffusing unit 363 as the first movable member 360 rotates. Since the mode is sequentially switched to the mode of being invisible by blocking with 362, the effect of light emission can be improved in combination with the rotation operation of the first movable member 360. In addition, the upper movable body 340 has not only the above-described mode, but also the mode in which the first light transmission window 378a faces the front side from the gap between the petal portions. In addition to the mode hidden by 362, the mode of showing the first light transmission window 378a illuminated by the LED 357 appears with the rotation of the first movable member 360, so that the effect of light emission can be further improved.

  The distal end of the first movable member 360 passes through the front side of a plurality of third light transmission windows 378c arranged concentrically around the rotation center of the first movable member 360 outside the first light transmission window 378a. (Refer to FIG. 23 or FIG. 42). The upper movable body 340 is configured such that the light diffusion portion 363 and the decorative edge portion 362 sequentially pass through the front side of each third light transmission window 378c by rotating the first movable member 360. More specifically, since the first movable member 360 has a gap between adjacent petal portions, the decorative edge 362 arrives on the front side of the third light transmission window 378c and the third light transmission window The light diffusing portion 363 arrives at the front side of the third light transmission window 378c and is irradiated through the third light transmission window 378c. The light of the LED 357 irradiated through the third light transmission window 378c after the gap between the portion where the light of the LED 357 is diffused by the light diffusion portion 363 and the petal portion adjacent to the front side of the third light transmission window 378c arrives. The part that directly leaks is sequentially replaced as the first movable member 360 rotates. In addition, since the notch is provided at the tip of the petal portion of the first movable member 360, when this notch arrives at the front side of the third light transmission window 378c, the decorative edge 362 provides a part of the third light transmission window 378c. On the other hand, the remaining portion of the third light transmission window 378c faces the front side through the notch, so that the light of the LED 357 irradiated through the third light transmission window 378c leaks.

  The upper movable body 340 has a mode in which the light of the LED 357 irradiated through the third light transmission window 378c can be visually recognized through the light diffusion portion 363 as the first movable member 360 rotates. Since the mode is sequentially switched to the mode of being invisible by blocking with 362, the effect of light emission can be improved in combination with the rotation operation of the first movable member 360. In addition, the upper movable body 340 diffuses light by the light diffusion portion 363 because the third light transmission window 378c faces the front side from the gap between the petal portions and the notch at the tip of the petal portion in addition to the above-described mode. In addition to the aspect and the aspect of concealing the light with the decorative edge 362, the aspect of showing the third light transmission window 378c illuminated by the LED 357 appears with the rotation of the first movable member 360. Can be improved. In addition, since the third light transmission window 378c is formed in a lens shape unlike the first light transmission window 378a formed in a flat plate shape, the third light transmission window 378c has a light diffusion mode different from that of the first light transmission window 378a. The visual aspect from the gap of the 1 movable member 360 is also different. Therefore, the upper movable body 340 obtains a high effect by combining the light emission effect at the first light transmission window 378a and the light emission effect at the third light transmission window 378c.

  Unlike the first movable member 360 configured by overlapping a plurality of members 364, 365, 366, and 367, the second movable member 370 is a single member in which a decorative edge 372 is formed on the outer edge and a required portion of a transparent member. (See FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). The second movable member 370 is configured such that the raised shape formed in the transparent portion surrounded by the decorative edge portion 372 functions like a lens, and this transparent portion diffuses light as the light diffusion portion 373. The upper movable body 340 is configured such that the light diffusing portion 373 and the decorative edge portion 372 sequentially pass through the front side of the second light transmission window 378b by rotating the second movable member 370. More specifically, since the second movable member 370 has a gap between adjacent petals, the decorative edge 372 arrives at the front side of the second light transmission window 378b and the second light transmission window The light diffuser 373 arrives at the front side of the second light transmission window 378b and is irradiated through the second light transmission window 378b and the portion where the light of the LED 357 irradiated through 378b is hidden by the decorative edge 372. The light of the LED 357 irradiated through the second light transmission window 378b after the gap between the part where the light of the LED 357 is diffused by the light diffusion portion 373 and the petal portion adjacent to the front side of the second light transmission window 378b arrives. The leaking portion is sequentially replaced as the second movable member 370 rotates.

  The upper movable body 340 has a mode in which the light of the LED 357 irradiated through the second light transmission window 378b can be visually recognized through the light diffusion portion 373 as the second movable member 370 rotates. Therefore, the effect of light emission can be improved in combination with the rotational operation of the second movable member 370. In addition, the upper movable body 340 has not only the above-described mode, but also the mode in which the second light transmission window 378b faces the front side from the gap between the petal portions. In addition to the mode hidden by 372, the mode showing the second light transmission window 378b illuminated by the LED 357 appears with the rotation of the second movable member 370, so that the effect of light emission can be further improved.

  The upper movable body 340 is configured such that the plurality of movable members 360, 370, 370 do not operate separately, but the plurality of movable members 360, 370, 370 rotate in the same direction by a movable mechanism. The operation of the movable members 360, 370, and 370 and the light emission effect are associated with each other, and an effect with a sense of unity can be performed as the entire upper movable body 340. In addition, since the light diffusing unit 363 of the first movable member 360 and the light diffusing unit 373 of the second movable member 370 are subjected to different light diffusing treatments, the light emitting effects with a sense of unity as a whole are slightly different for each region. Different light emission effects are made, and a variety of light emission effects can be provided.

  In the upper movable body 340, based on detection of the presence or absence of a detection protrusion (detection unit) 353 provided on the gear 350 by a movable-side detection means (original position detection means) 382 provided on the rear side of the rear cover 342. Thus, the positions of the plurality of movable members 360, 370, 370 are determined (see FIG. 45). The movable side detecting means 382 is disposed in an attachment recess 342b that is recessed in the rear cover 342 so as to open to the front side (see FIG. 35 or FIG. 36). In the embodiment, the movable side detection means 382 is attached to the left side of the rear cover 342. The movable side detection means 382 is disposed on the rear side of the second main gear 350 that is formed on the left side with the recess 342b formed. As the movable-side detecting means 382, a photosensor having a sensor portion 382a that is separated from the left and right on the front surface of the substrate disposed in the mounting recess 342b so as to be parallel to the rear surface of the gear group is employed. In the upper movable body 340 of the embodiment, the sensor portion 382a of the movable side detection means 382 is inside (right side) of the second main gear 350, and the rotation shafts 371 and 352 of the second main gear 350 and the sub gear 351. Are arranged on the line (see FIG. 46).

  The detection protrusion 353 is formed to protrude rearward from the rear surface of the second main gear 350 located on the left side, and is arranged at an eccentric position radially outward from the rotation center of the main gear 350 ( (See FIG. 36). The detection protrusion 353 is installed so as to pass between the sensor portions 382a of the movable side detection means 382 as the second main gear 350 rotates, and the left and right sensor portions are detected by the movable side detection means 382. The presence or absence of the detection protrusion 353 between 382a and 382a can be detected. Here, when the upper movable effect device 300 detects the detection protrusion 353 by the sensor portions 382a and 382a of the movable-side detection means 382, the upper movable effect device 300 stops immediately after driving the movable motor 348 by a predetermined number of steps. It has become. In the upper movable body 340, when the movable motor 348 is stopped by the detection of the detection protrusion 353 by the movable side detection means 382, the first and second movable members 360, 370, and 370 rotating in conjunction with each other are one. The petal portion is stopped in the same posture in which the tip of the petal portion is directed upward in the vertical direction (see FIG. 23).

  Since the plurality of movable members 360, 370, and 370 rotate in synchronization with the upper movable body 340, all the movable members 360, 370, 370, and the movable member 360, 370, 370, 370, when position detection is performed by the detection protrusion 353 provided on one main gear 350 The position of 370 can be accurately detected. That is, even if a plurality of movable members 360, 370, 370 are provided on the upper movable body 340, one movable side detection means 382 is sufficient, and a large installation space for the movable side detection means 382 is not required. In addition, since the detection protrusion 353 provided on the second main gear 350 separated from the movable motor 348 is detected by the movable side detection means 382 instead of the first main gear 349 connected to the movable motor 348, Interference between the movable motor 348 and the movable side detection means 382 can be avoided. Since the movable side detecting means 382 is disposed so as to protrude to the rear side of the rear cover 342, the gear group provided on the front side of the rear cover 342, the movable members 360, 370, 370, the movable body light emitting device 356, and the like are arranged. The movable body detecting means 382 does not press the installation space. Further, by providing the detection protrusion 353 on the main gear 350 having a smaller diameter than that of the slave gear 351, the angle shift is less than that of the slave gear 351, so that the position can be detected more accurately.

  The upper movable effect device 300 includes a movable motor 348 for moving the movable members 360, 370, 370 to the upper movable body 340, a movable side detecting means 382 for determining the positions of the movable members 360, 370, 370, Since the movable body light emitting device 356 for emitting light from the upper movable body 340 is provided, wiring is provided between the upper relay substrate 86 and the upper movable body 340 installed on the back unit 50 side. The wiring arrangement structure of the upper movable effect device 300 is such that the wiring connected to the electrical components (movable motor 348, movable side detecting means 382 and movable body light emitting device 356) provided on the upper movable body extends along the rear cover 342. The upper movable body 340 is laid out on the left and right arms 314 and 314 at the attachment portion. The wiring is drawn from the upper movable effect device 300 from the upper movable body 340 through the wiring passage 318 provided in the arm 314 and the wiring passage 317 provided in the support portion 320. Then, the wiring is drawn around the upper end 55a of the back unit box 54 to the rear side of the back unit box 54 so as to be connected to the upper relay substrate 86 disposed on the upper rear surface of the back unit box 54. It has become.

  The upper movable body 340 is provided with wiring assembly portions 376a that open to the rear on the left and right side edges of the front cover 376 (see FIG. 44), and the rear side of each wiring assembly portion 376a has a rear side. A concentrating port 344 provided at the upper edge of each side of the cover 342 faces (see FIG. 26). In the upper movable body 340, the wiring connected to the electrical component is transferred from each wiring assembly portion 376a to the wiring passage 318 of the arm 314 on the corresponding side. Each wiring assembly portion 376a is provided on the outer side in the left-right direction of the mounting groove 343 provided on the upper side edge on the same side in the upper movable body 340. Each wiring assembly portion 376a is configured to face the front surface of an arm 314 attached to each attachment groove 343 from the outer side in the left-right direction of the upper movable body 340 via a concentration opening 344. Here, the wiring is transferred from the wiring assembly portion 376a to the wiring passage 318 of the arm 314 through the concentrating port 344, and displacement of the wiring is allowed along the concentrating port 344 when the arm 314 is swung. Load and damage can be suppressed.

  The wiring connected to the movable motor 348 is connected to a movable motor socket 348c (see FIG. 26) protruding to the rear side of the case body 341, and is routed to the right along the rear surface of the case body 341. After that, it passes through the inside of the case body 341 via the wiring opening 342c opened below the right mounting groove 343 and arrives at the right wiring assembly portion 376a. Note that a wiring hook 345 is formed on the rear surface of the rear cover 342 so as to protrude rearward, and holds a wiring extending on the rear surface of the rear cover 342. The wiring connected to the movable side detecting means 382 is a socket 382b (see FIG. 44) of the board facing the outside from the insertion opening 342d (see FIG. 34) opened in the upper part of the mounting recess 342b protruding to the rear side of the case body 341. And a connector is connected to the inside of the case body 341 via a wiring opening 342c opened below the left mounting groove 343 and arrives at the left wiring assembly 376a. Since the wiring openings 342c, 342c provided in the rear cover 342 are opened at the upper position outside the gear group and the wiring is arranged toward the wiring assembly portion 376a outside the wiring opening 342c, the case body In the interior of 341, the wiring does not pass through the installation area of the gear group. That is, it is possible to avoid the wiring from interfering with the rotating gear group.

  The wiring connected to the movable light emitting device 356 is connected to the socket 356b (see FIG. 35) provided on the upper left and right side portions on the front surface of the movable light emitting device 356, and connected to the right socket 356b. The wiring to be connected arrives at the right wiring assembly 376a, and the wiring connected to the left socket 356b arrives at the left wiring assembly 376a. As described above, in the upper movable body 340, the wiring connected to the electrical component socket 356b located on the right side is distributed from the right wiring assembly 376a to the right arm 314, and the electrical component sockets 356b and 382b located on the left side. Are distributed from the left wiring assembly portion 376a to the left arm 314, and the number of wirings distributed to the left and right arms 314 and 314 is the same. That is, although the upper movable body 340 is provided with a plurality of electrical components, the wiring is distributed to the two arms 314 and 314 that support both sides of the upper movable body 340, so it is impossible to handle the wiring. In addition, the wiring path 318 provided in the arm 314 can be prevented from being crowded on one side.

  As described above, the arm 314 is provided with the support portion 320 at one end and the attachment shaft 315 at the other end, and the wiring passage 318 is provided at an intermediate portion between the support portion 320 and the attachment shaft 315. (See FIG. 31). An intermediate portion of the arm 314 is formed in a semi-cylindrical shape that opens to the front side, and a groove defined by extending in the longitudinal direction of the arm 314 (a direction in which the one end and the other end are separated) is defined as a wiring passage 318. Used as The wiring passage 318 is provided with a bulging portion 318 a that opens on the other end side of the arm 314 and bulges toward the rear side, and on the other end side of the arm 314 compared to the one end side. A widened portion 318b having a large width in the reciprocating direction (swinging direction) of the upper movable body 340 is provided. The inflatable portion 318a is formed by recessing the rear plate of the arm 314 rearward, and the dimension in the depth direction is set larger than other portions of the wiring passage 318. The widened portion 318b is set to have a larger dimension in the width direction than the other part of the wiring passage 318 by widening the space between the pair of wall pieces arranged to face the rear plate of the arm 314 along the longitudinal side. Here, in the arm 314, the expansion portion 318a and the widening portion 318b are provided in the same region, and the other end portion side of the wiring passage 318 has a margin that is wider than the one end portion. A space is defined. In the arm 314 of the embodiment, a covering piece 319 is attached to the front side of the wiring passage 318 excluding a marginal space (see FIG. 24), and the front side of one end side of the wiring passage 318 is hidden by the covering piece 319. In addition, the arm 314 of the embodiment is formed of a material whose main body portion is transparent except for the covering piece 319.

  Since the upper movable effect device 300 accommodates the wiring connected to the electrical components provided in the upper movable body 340 in the wiring passage 318 provided in the arm 314 that supports the upper movable body 340, the upper movable body 340 and It can be avoided that the wiring interferes during the operation of the arm 314. Further, since the wiring is not exposed between the upper movable body 340 and the back unit 50 side, the appearance is not impaired. In the upper movable effect device 300, the wiring is displaced in the swinging direction at the connection portion between the upper movable body 340 and the other end of the arm 314 as the upper movable body 340 swings. Since the part side is set wide in the swinging direction, displacement of the wiring in the swinging direction is allowed by the widened part 318b, and damage to the wiring, load, and the like can be avoided. Further, along with the sliding displacement along the mounting groove 343 of the upper movable body 340, the wiring is displaced in the front-rear direction at the connection portion between the upper movable body 340 and the other end of the arm 314, but the other end of the wiring passage 318. Since the bulging portion 318a bulging to the rear side is provided, the wiring is allowed to move back and forth, and damage to the wiring, load, and the like can be avoided.

  The upper movable effect device 300 is provided with a wiring port 317 inside a support portion 320 formed of a hollow cylindrical body having a space extending in the front and rear direction in the arm 314, and the arm is connected via the wiring port 317. The wiring arranged in the wiring passage 318 of 314 is drawn out to the front side of the back unit box 54 (outside the upper movable effect device 300). The annular portion 316 provided at one end of the arm 314 is provided with a front opening 316b by notching the front end of the connecting portion with the intermediate portion formed to extend radially outward from the annular portion 316. A wiring passage 317 and a wiring passage 318 defined inside the annular portion 316 communicate with each other through a front opening 316b (see FIG. 31). On the rear side of the support portion 320, a rear opening 326a that connects the wiring passage 317 and the outside is provided.

  The device base 302 is provided with a wiring opening 304 that opens in a circle in accordance with the wiring through-hole 317 of the support portion 320 and that is communicated with the opening and is cut out on the wiring routing side. Here, the rear opening 326a of the support part 320 is opened on the outer side of the support part 320 opposite to the upper movable body 340 and on the side close to the end of the back unit box 54, and is supported by the support part 320 of the right drive mechanism. If there is, the rear opening 326a is arranged on the upper right side, and if it is the support part 320 of the left driving mechanism, the rear opening 326a is arranged on the upper left side. If the wiring opening 304 corresponds to the position of the rear opening 326a and corresponds to the right drive mechanism, a cutout is formed so as to extend from the opening toward the right edge toward the upper right side. If it corresponds to the mechanism, a notch is formed so as to extend from the opening toward the upper left side toward the left edge (see FIG. 25 or FIG. 26).

  In the upper movable effect device 300, the wiring is routed from the arm 314 to the rear side via the wiring port 317 provided inside the support portion 320 that supports the arm 314 with respect to the device base 302. Interference with the shaft support portion of the arm 314 to the device base 302 can be avoided. Further, the wiring does not interfere with the link 312, the rotating body 308, and the driving motor 306 constituting the driving mechanism by passing through the wiring opening 317. In addition, since the wiring opening 304 is formed in the device base 302 corresponding to the rear opening 326a serving as a wiring outlet from the support portion 320, interference between the hard device base 302 and the wiring can be avoided, The load and damage to the wiring can be suppressed.

  The wiring drawn out from the support portion 320 is routed upward through the front surface of the upper side portion 55a of the back unit box 54, and is disposed on the rear side of the back unit box 54 from the upper end of the back unit box 54. Connected to the relay board 86. More specifically, the wiring is arranged on the front surface of the upper side portion 55 a of the back unit box 54 so that the upper fixed leg portion 330 that fixes the second receiving portion 328 to the device base 302 and the pedestal that fixes the drive motor 306 to the device base 302. It is arranged outside the 305 and does not interfere with operating members such as the rotating body 308, the link 312 and the arm 314 arranged on the display unit 41 side in the apparatus base 302.

  The upper movable effect device 300 is configured such that an arm 314 that supports the upper movable body 340 in an operating position extends along the light emission line of the light emission effect unit 100 (see FIG. 5). The right arm 314 protrudes from the right corner of the display unit 41 at the operating position, and is inclined so as to deviate to the left as the front side of the display unit 41 is directed downward. This is the light emitting line formed by one light emitting unit group. They are almost overlapping. Further, the left arm 314 protrudes from the left corner of the display unit 41 at the operating position, and is inclined so as to be biased to the right as the front side of the display unit 41 is moved downward. This is the other light emitting unit group. It almost overlaps the emission line. Then, the arm 314 is formed so as to transmit light through a portion passing through the front side of the display unit 41, so that the screen display performed on the display unit 41 in accordance with the arm 314 at the operating position can be transmitted to the front side via the arm 314. It may be configured to appear in That is, a configuration in which the arm 314 at the operation position is used as a part of the effect by the combination of the light emission effect unit 100 and the screen display in the display unit 41 can be adopted. When the arm 314 is used in combination with the light emitting effect unit 100, it is preferable to route the wiring by other means without providing the arm 314 with the wiring. Furthermore, by performing a diffusion process on the arm 314, it is possible to change the screen display mode of the display unit 41 that is visible through the arm 314. Further, the covering piece 319 may be omitted, or the covering piece may be formed so as to have light transmittance.

  Thus, although the arms 314 and 314 that support the movable body 340 overlap with the front side of the display unit 41 at the operating position of the upper movable body 340, the portion located on the front side of the display unit 41 in the arm 314 is positively used as a production part. By using it for various purposes, it is possible to diversify the production mode by the light emission production unit 100. In addition, by performing screen display on the display unit 41 in accordance with the arm 314 at the operation position, it is possible to display the screen display that is emphasized or changed to a different mode via the arm 314. In addition, the arm 314 at the operation position and the light emitting unit set extending vertically across the display unit 41 are located on the same line, and the game board 40 can be used by combining it with the screen display on the display unit 41. A dynamic performance can be performed. The gaming board 40 is configured such that the lower end of the first rear light emitting unit 102 is positioned above the arm 314 in the operating position, and the first rear light emitting unit 102 can illuminate the display unit 41 side. 1 The arm 314 in the rear light emitting unit 102 can be illuminated. Therefore, it is possible to further improve the effect of synergy between the arm 314 and the screen display.

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The present application is not limited to the configuration of the above-described embodiment, and other configurations can be appropriately employed.
(1) The gaming machine is not limited to a pachinko machine, and may be other various gaming machines such as an arrangement ball machine or a slot machine using a pachinko ball.
(2) About the operation | movement aspect of the movable body of each movable production | presentation apparatus, it is not restricted to the aspect of an Example, A rocking | fluctuation, rotation, a linear motion, etc. can be employ | adopted suitably.
(3) The arrangement of the movable effect device can also be changed as appropriate.

(4) In the embodiment, all of the third light transmission window of the movable body is formed in a convex lens shape, but only a part of the third light transmission window may be formed in a convex lens shape. Further, both or one of the first and second light transmission windows may be formed in a convex lens shape.
(5) The light transmission window of the embodiment is formed transparent, but may be colored, semi-transparent, or subjected to light diffusion treatment.
(6) The movable member provided in the movable body is not limited to the number of embodiments. For example, a third main gear is provided outside the second main gear, and a secondary gear is provided between the second main gear and the third main gear, and the rotation shafts of the first and second main gears. The movable member provided on the rotation shaft of the third main gear may be rotated in conjunction with the rotation of the movable member provided on the first main gear.

(7) In the game board of the embodiment, an example in which an X-shaped light emission line is formed by the screen display of the light emitting unit and the display unit extending obliquely in the game area with the display unit sandwiched vertically It is also possible to adopt a configuration in which a cross-shaped light emission line is formed by providing a display portion that sandwiches the upper and lower portions and a display portion that sandwiches the left and right portions, or one or more light emission lines.
(8) The light emitting effect unit of the embodiment has described the example in which the first light emitting unit located on the upper side of the display unit is configured by only the first rear light emitting unit installed on the rear side of the plate member. Like a 2nd light emission part, you may comprise a 1st light emission part from the 1st back light emission part installed in the back side of a board member, and the 1st front light emission part which faces the front side of a board member. Moreover, you may comprise a 2nd light emission part only with the 2nd front light emission part which faces the front side of the 2nd rear light emission part installed in the rear side of the board member, or a board member. In addition, among the plurality of light emitting units constituting the light emitting effect unit, any one is disposed on the rear side of the plate member, and any one of the light emitting unit on the front side of the plate member and the light emitting unit facing the front side of the plate member; Are arranged in a line.
(9) Although the example of providing the LED as the light emitter constituting the light emitting unit over one or two light emitting substrates is given as the light emitting effect unit of the embodiment, the LEDs are arranged over three or more light emitting substrates. You may set up.
(10) The partition wall portion is provided between the second light-emitting substrate and the translucent member in the light-emitting substrate including the second light-emitting body that emits light from the first light-emitting body constituting the light-emitting portion. It is provided at least and extends along the direction in which the first light emitters of the light emitting section are arranged, and is configured to partition the first light emitter and the second light emitter. That is, in the embodiment, the configuration in which the partition walls are provided on both sides of the translucent member has been described. However, if the second light emitter that illuminates a different region from the first light emitter is not adjacent, the second light emitter. You may abbreviate | omit the partition part of the side which is not adjacent.
(11) Both the surface of the partition wall facing the line LED and the surface opposite to the surface are formed so as to reflect light, but only one surface of the partition wall or light reflection treatment Is not necessary.
(12) In the frame-shaped decorative body, a translucent cover may be provided in a portion crossing the front side of the left first rear light emitting unit in the same manner as the right first rear light emitting unit.

(13) The shape of the central decorative block of the lower light-emitting device is not limited to a hemispherical shape as long as it has a surface surrounding a concave groove formed in the front surface, and other shapes such as a semi-cylindrical shape and a hollow prismatic shape, etc. The shape can be adopted.

40 gaming board 40a gaming area 41 display part 42 plate member 50 back unit 60b start winning opening 70 frame-shaped decorative body 74 stage 76 rear wall part 77 ball passage 77a inlet 77b outlet 78 lower part 124A upper second rear light emitting substrate ( (Light emitting substrate)
200 Lower light emitting device (light emitting device)
204 Device LED (light emitter)
208 Central decorative block (light transmissive member)
210 groove

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  1. A game board consisting of a board member with a game area flowing down on the front and a back unit arranged on the rear side of the board member, and a center of the game board. A display unit, a frame-shaped decorative body surrounding the display unit and attached to a plate member, and a stage provided on the frame-shaped decorative body and rolling a game ball taken in from the game area in the left-right direction In the machine
    A ball passage having a light-transmitting rear wall that closes the rear side of the stage and having a passage opening that is located on the lower side of the stage and opens above the start winning opening. ,
    A light emitting device provided on the back unit located on the rear side of the stage;
    In the spherical passage, a lower part extending to the rear side of the stage is formed to protrude rearward and has light transmittance,
    The light emitting device includes: a light emitting substrate having a light emitter on a front surface; and a light transmitting member that covers the front side of the light emitting substrate and has a convex shape toward the front side, and is positioned on the rear side of the spherical passage. A gaming machine characterized in that the member is formed with a concave groove formed corresponding to the lower part of the ball passage so that the lower part is accommodated in the concave groove.
  2.   2. The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the light emitting board includes a light emitter disposed on a rear side of the lower part of the ball passage, and a light emitter disposed on a periphery outside the rear part of the lower part of the ball passage.
  3.   The gaming machine according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the concave groove is formed so as to be aligned with the flow lower portion, and the flow lower portion is fitted into the concave groove.
  4.   The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein a rear surface of the light transmitting member is formed in an uneven shape.
  5.   The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the light transmitting member is formed in a hemispherical shape, and a concave groove is formed by denting the top.
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