JP5330099B2 - Movable direction device for gaming machine and gaming machine equipped with the same - Google Patents

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JP5330099B2
JP5330099B2 JP2009128795A JP2009128795A JP5330099B2 JP 5330099 B2 JP5330099 B2 JP 5330099B2 JP 2009128795 A JP2009128795 A JP 2009128795A JP 2009128795 A JP2009128795 A JP 2009128795A JP 5330099 B2 JP5330099 B2 JP 5330099B2
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  The present invention relates to a game machine such as a pachinko machine equipped with such a movable effect device, and a game machine such as a pachinko machine equipped with such a move effect device.

  For example, in a decorative member (center accessory) of a pachinko machine, two effect movable bodies arranged on the side of a variable display device for effect display are shaken in the same direction by a single drive motor (drive source). A movable effect device that performs a series of effect operations by moving it is disclosed (see Patent Document 1). According to such a movable effect device, it is possible to attract more interest from the player while simplifying the configuration by performing a series of effect operations on the two effect movable bodies using a single drive motor. However, even though the two production movable bodies can be moved in different orbits, these series of production operations are executed in the same direction and at the same time, so the movement tends to be monotonous, and the production operations are not surprising and the player is not surprising. It was not enough to enhance the interest of In addition, since each rendering operation by the two rendering movable bodies is simultaneously performed on different tracks by a single drive motor, a load on the drive motor increases.

  Therefore, if a drive motor is provided for each production movable body, the variety of production operations and the reduction (distribution) of the motor load can be achieved (see Patent Document 2). However, this complicates the structure and increases the manufacturing cost, and it is required to overcome these conflicting themes.

JP 2007-31847 A JP 2005-40413 A

  SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide a movable effect device for a gaming machine capable of realizing a variety of performance operations while simplifying the configuration by utilizing the gravity (self-weight) of a movable body, and a gaming machine having the same Is to provide.

Means for Solving the Problems and Effects of the Invention

In order to solve the above problems, the movable effect device for a gaming machine of the present invention,
When the player side is the front side, a plurality of movable bodies are at least partially overlapped in the front-rear direction with respect to the game board arranged in the vertical direction (for example, parallel to the board surface of the game board) A movable effect device for a gaming machine capable of linear movement in the same (that is, common) movement direction with fluctuations in the vertical direction,
Among the plurality of movable bodies, any one of them is a prime mover that receives an external force and linearly moves downward or upward in the movement direction, and the rest is one or more receiving portions of the prime mover. Each is configured as a follower that can follow and move using its own gravity in a supported state.
A (single) driving source for applying a driving force as an external force to the prime mover and linearly moving (for example, continuously or intermittently) over a predetermined moving range in the moving direction;
A follower that is arranged between a fixed member that is fixedly arranged with respect to the game board and each follower and that corresponds to the end of one or more synchronous movement regions that are part of the movement range of the prime mover. One or more follower holding mechanisms for holding the body in position or holding all followers in position at the beginning of a single movement area excluding all synchronous movement areas and stopping their follow-up movement;
With
When the driving body linearly moves the moving range downward or upward in the moving direction by the driving force from the driving source, one of the driven bodies corresponding to the corresponding moving body in each synchronous moving region In the single movement region, all the followers stop following movement by the follower holding mechanism, and only the prime mover moves alone.

For example, when the movable body is composed of one driving body and one driven body, the specific aspect of the movable effect device for gaming machines is:
When the player side is the front side, the first movable body located on the rear side or the front side and the second movable body located on the front side or the rear side at least partially overlap in the front-rear direction. For a gaming machine that can move linearly in the same (ie, common) moving direction with vertical fluctuations (for example, parallel to the board surface of the gaming board) with respect to the gaming board arranged in the vertical direction A movable directing device,
The first movable body receives an external force and linearly moves downward or upward in the moving direction, and the second movable body is received and supported by a receiving portion of the prime mover. As followers that can follow and move using the gravity of
A (single) driving source for applying a driving force as an external force to the prime mover and linearly moving (for example, continuously or intermittently) over a predetermined moving range in the moving direction;
Arranged between the fixed member fixed to the game board and the follower, and at the end of the synchronous movement region that is a part of the movement range of the prime mover, or excluding the synchronous movement region A follower holding mechanism for holding the follower in position and stopping the follower movement at the start of the single movement region;
With
When the driving body linearly moves the moving range downward or upward in the moving direction by the driving force from the driving source, the follower moves the receiving portion (through its gravity action) in the synchronous moving region. The follower moves following the prime mover, while the follower stops following movement by the follower holding mechanism in the single movement region, and only the prime mover moves alone.

  In these playable devices for gaming machines, the driven body (for example, the subframe) uses its own gravity action (self-weight) in the synchronous movement area while the driving body (for example, the main frame) moves linearly throughout the entire moving range. Then, the follower moves following the prime mover, but the follower movement is stopped by the follower holding mechanism in the single movement region. As described above, by using the gravity (self-weight) of a movable body which is generally avoided because it becomes a load on the drive source (for example, an electric motor), an increase in the load on the drive source is suppressed and the configuration is simplified. It is possible to realize a variety of performance operations by imparting an unprecedented novel movement to one or a plurality of movable bodies. In other words, the follower is involved in a different manner in the synchronous movement region and the single movement region with respect to the driving body, so that a novel and remarkable change can be added, and various presentation operations are possible. In addition, since an increase in direct load from the driven body to the drive source can be reduced, it can be realized with a simple configuration.

  Note that either a rotary actuator (for example, a stepping motor) or a linear actuator (for example, a linear stepping motor) may be used as the “(single) drive source” for linearly moving the prime mover.

  In addition, the “synchronous movement area” includes (1) a case where both the forward path side (for example, the descending side) and the return path side (for example, the ascending side) of the moving range are provided for each of the one or a plurality of followers. May be provided on one side. When the “synchronous movement region” is provided for both reciprocations, it can be arbitrarily selected whether the set position is the same for both reciprocations or different for reciprocations. Therefore, with respect to the driven body, the operation in the synchronous movement region (following movement to the driving body by its own gravity action (self-weight)) and the operation in the single movement region (stop of the following movement by the driven body holding mechanism) are (a ) It can be carried out regardless of the order of operation, and (b) it may be established only on the forward path side (descent) or on the return path side (upward), or both reciprocations may be established.

In particular,
The drive source is composed of a rotary actuator, and a motion conversion mechanism that converts the former rotational motion into the latter linear motion is arranged between the rotary actuator and the prime mover,
The motion conversion mechanism includes a pinion gear that is rotationally driven by a rotary actuator, and a rack member that is formed with a rack that can reciprocate linearly along the movement direction by meshing with the pinion gear.
The rack member of the motion conversion mechanism is formed integrally with the driving body and can have a guide portion for moving and guiding the driven body along the moving direction.

  In this way, by forming the guide portion for moving and guiding the driven body on the rack member that constitutes the motion converting mechanism, it is possible to smoothly move the driven body while simplifying the motion converting mechanism. Become. Specifically, the guide portion is configured by a long hole formed in the moving direction, and a slide body formed integrally with the driven body is inserted into the long hole, thereby reducing the weight of the motion conversion mechanism (rack member). Can also be planned. As the rotary actuator, a stepping motor, a rotary solenoid, or the like can be used.

  Further, by forming a plurality of auxiliary guide portions for moving and guiding the driven body along the moving direction, the driven body can be moved more smoothly in a straight line. Specifically, the auxiliary guide part is constituted by a plurality of (for example, two) auxiliary long holes formed in the moving direction, and assists a plurality of (for example, two) auxiliary slide bodies formed integrally with the driven body. Each can be inserted into the slot. In addition, when the lower end edge of the auxiliary long hole is also used as the above-described receiving portion, the configuration of the movable effect device can be further simplified.

  Furthermore, by forming a fixed guide portion for moving and guiding the rack member along the moving direction on the fixed member (for example, a fixed frame), the driving body and the driven body can be moved more smoothly by linear movement. Specifically, the fixed guide portion can be constituted by a fixed long hole formed in the moving direction, and a slide portion formed integrally with the rack member can be inserted into the fixed long hole.

  In such a movable effect device, a lock mechanism for fixing the position of the prime mover at the upper limit of the movement range can be provided between the fixed member and the prime mover.

  Thus, by providing a lock mechanism for fixing the driving body to the upper limit position, the driving body is added with the weight of the driven body at the upper limit position (for example, the initial position) of the moving range, and the driving source Even if the driving force from the vehicle is cut off, it can be prevented from sliding in the moving direction. This locking mechanism can be constituted by, for example, a permanent magnet attached to a fixed member (or a driving body) and a ferromagnetic body attached to the driving body (or the fixing member).

  For the driving body and the driven body, the driving side display body and the driven side display body respectively displayed according to the display mode of characters, figures, symbols, shapes, patterns, colors, etc. (for example, in a form in which their front end positions are aligned) )) It can project and form toward the front side.

  By forming such a driving-side display body and a driven-side display body as the driving body and the driven body, it is possible to enhance the decoration effect / production effect according to the game situation on the game board.

  The moving direction described above can be a direction that obliquely intersects the direction of gravity of the driven body (ie, the vertical direction) in a plane parallel to the board surface of the game board.

  In this way, by setting the moving direction diagonally on the board surface, the moving range (moving distance) can be made relatively longer than normal gravity drop, enabling a surprising and dynamic performance operation. It becomes. For example, by arranging the boundary position between the driving side display body and the driven side display body in accordance with the oblique moving direction, it is possible to produce a visual effect as if they are cut obliquely. In addition, as the distance becomes longer, it becomes easier to adjust the moving speed (easily change the speed). Furthermore, for example, even if the moving direction of the driving body and the driven body is changed by about 90 ° on the board surface, the movement mode almost the same as before the change can be reproduced, so that the versatility of attachment to the game board is improved. Can do.

For example, the prime mover can be stopped during the movement of the synchronous movement area or the single movement area,
When the prime mover stops halfway, the follower stops in a state where it is received and supported by the receiving part of the prime mover in the synchronous movement region, while in the single movement region, it follows the follower holding mechanism. You can stop moving.

  By making such a movement mode (stop mode) possible, it is possible to further diversify the rendering operation.

  Then, when the driving body moves downward or upward in the moving direction, the driven body holding mechanism may hold the driven body in the middle of the moving range.

  Thereby, when the prime mover descends (or rises), the driven body can smoothly transition from the synchronous movement area to the single movement area (or from the single movement area to the synchronous movement area). At this time, the driven body holding mechanism can be constituted by, for example, a recess formed in the fixed member (or driven body) and a protrusion formed on the driven body (or fixed member). In addition, when the protrusion part of this follower holding mechanism and the above-described auxiliary slide body are integrally formed on the follower, the configuration of the movable effect device can be further simplified.

  And in order to solve the said subject, the game machine of this invention is equipped with the above movable presentation apparatuses for game machines, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.

  In this way, a game in which the interest of the player is dramatically improved by providing a movable effect device capable of performing various effect operations while simplifying the configuration by utilizing the gravity (self-weight) of the movable object. Can provide a machine.

  Note that the gaming machine of the present invention includes (1) a ball game machine such as a pachinko machine, (2) a revolving game machine such as a slot machine or a pachislot machine, (3) a poker game machine, a sparrow ball game machine, etc. Various game machines, etc. are included.

The front view which illustrates the pachinko machine provided with the center combination containing the movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on this invention. The perspective view from the front which decomposes | disassembles and shows an example of a movable production | presentation apparatus. The perspective view from the back which decomposes | disassembles and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of FIG. The front view and back view when a main frame exists in an initial position. The AA sectional view and BB sectional view of FIG. FIG. 5 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in an intermediate position following FIG. 4. FIG. 7 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is at the terminal position following FIG. 6. Explanatory drawing showing the action | operation of the movable production | presentation apparatus of FIG. The perspective view from the front which decomposes | disassembles and shows the other example of a movable production | presentation apparatus. The perspective view from the back which decomposes | disassembles and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of FIG. The front view and back view when a main frame exists in an initial position. FIG. 12 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in the forward path intermediate position following FIG. 11. FIG. 13 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is at the terminal position following FIG. 12. A'-A 'sectional drawing and B'-B' sectional drawing of FIG. The top view which shows a main lock mechanism and a sub block mechanism. FIG. 14 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in the return path intermediate position following FIG. 13. Explanatory drawing showing the action | operation of the movable production | presentation apparatus of FIG.

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Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a front view illustrating a pachinko machine equipped with a center accessory including a movable effect device for gaming machines (hereinafter also simply referred to as a movable effect device) according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the board surface (front surface) of the game board 2 of the pachinko machine 1 (game machine) arranged in the vertical direction has a substantially left half circumference defined by two inner and outer firing rails 2 b, and is circular as a whole. The game area 2a is formed. In the center of the game area 2a, a liquid crystal display unit 3 (variable display means) that performs an effect display according to a change in the game state on the game board 2 is arranged. The liquid crystal display unit 3, a rectangular frame-shaped central frame 4 that holds the liquid crystal display unit 3, and a movable effect device 5 that is disposed as a front decoration unit above the liquid crystal display unit 3 in front of the central frame 4. The center accessory 100 including the game is mounted on the game board 2. A big winning opening 6 (attacker) is arranged below the liquid crystal display unit 3 (lower center of the game area 2a). Further, between the liquid crystal display unit 3 and the special winning opening 6, a starting opening 7 constituted by an electric tulip (electric Chu) is arranged. The movable effect device 5 is attached to a fixed frame 8 (fixed member) fixedly disposed on the central frame 4.

  In the present specification, the vertical direction means the direction (for example, the vertical direction) in which the game ball flows down along the board surface of the game board 2. Further, the left-right direction means a direction (for example, a horizontal direction) intersecting with the up-down direction in a form along the board surface of the game board 2, and means the left side and the right side when viewed from the player side. Further, the front-rear direction means a direction intersecting (for example, orthogonal) with the game board 2, the side (front side) facing the player is the front side (front side), and the opposite side (back side) is It is the rear side (rear side).

  Next, FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view showing an example of the movable effect device, and FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view showing the movable effect device from the rear. 4 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in the initial position, FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken along the lines AA and BB, and FIG. 6 is a front view when the main frame is in the intermediate position. FIG. 7 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is at the end position.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the movable effect device 5 includes a main frame 10 (driving body; first movable body) located on the rear side and a subframe 20 (driven body; second body) located on the front side. In the initial position (see FIG. 4). Both frames 10 and 20 are parallel to the board surface of the game board 2 and are linearly movable in the same direction (common movement direction) obliquely up and down.

  Specifically, the main frame 10 receives a driving force (external force) from an electric motor 30 (rotary actuator; driving source), which will be described later, and linearly moves in a diagonally up and down movement direction (diagonally downward or obliquely upward). On the other hand, a plurality of (for example, two) auxiliary slide bodies 22 are fixed to the subframe 20. These auxiliary slide bodies 22 (subframes 20) are formed by lower end edges 11a (receiving portions) of a plurality of (for example, two out of three) auxiliary long holes 11 formed in the main frame 10 along the moving direction. It is possible to follow the main frame 10 using its own gravity while being supported and supported almost simultaneously.

  The movable rendering device 5 includes a single electric motor 30 that exerts driving force on the main frame 10, a motion conversion mechanism 40 that is disposed between the electric motor 30 and the main frame 10, a fixed frame 8, and a subframe. 20, a follower holding mechanism 50 disposed between the main frame 10 and the main frame 10 and a main lock mechanism 60 (lock mechanism) disposed between the fixed frame 8 and the main frame 10.

  Of these, the electric motor 30 has a length of a fixed long hole 8a (fixed guide portion) formed in the fixed frame 8 along the moving direction (specifically, a range in which a slide portion 42c of a rack member 42 described later can move). ) As a moving range, the main frame 10 is linearly moved reversibly and continuously or intermittently. The motion conversion mechanism 40 has a function of converting the rotational motion of the electric motor 30 (motor gear 31) into the linear motion of the main frame 10. The motion conversion mechanism 40 includes a pinion gear 41 that is rotationally driven by the electric motor 30 (motor gear 31), and a rack member 42 that is formed with a rack 42a that can reciprocate linearly along the moving direction by meshing with the pinion gear 41. Including.

  As shown in FIGS. 4B and 5B, the rack member 42 is fixed (integrally formed) to the main frame 10 and moves and guides the subframe 20 along the moving direction. For this purpose, a long hole 42b (guide portion) is provided. Specifically, the weight of the motion conversion mechanism 40 (rack member 42) is reduced by inserting the slide body 21 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 20 into the long hole 42b formed in the moving direction. I am trying.

  Further, by forming a plurality of (for example, three) auxiliary long holes 11 (auxiliary guide portions) for moving and guiding the subframe 20 along the moving direction in the main frame 10, the subframe 20 can be made smoother. Linear movement becomes possible. Specifically, one slide body 21 and two auxiliary slide bodies 22 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 20 are inserted into the three auxiliary long holes 11 formed so as to penetrate in parallel with the moving direction. Insert each one. Further, by forming a fixed elongated hole 8a (fixed guide portion) for moving and guiding the rack member 42 along the moving direction in the fixed frame 8, smoother linear movement of the main frame 10 and the sub frame 20 can be achieved. It becomes possible. Specifically, the slide part 42c fixed (integrally formed) to the rack member 42 is inserted into the fixed long hole 8a formed in the moving direction.

  Any one (for example, the leftmost) auxiliary long hole 11 is disposed so as to overlap with the fixed long hole 8a formed through the fixed frame 8 and the long hole 42b formed through the rack member 42 in the front-rear direction. Has been. Then, the slide body 21 inserted corresponding to the long hole 42b also penetrates the leftmost auxiliary long hole 11 and the fixed long hole 8a, and into the auxiliary long hole 11, the fixed long hole 8a, and the long hole 42b. Since each is slidably guided, the subframe 20 can move very smoothly (see FIG. 5B). In addition, since the lower end edge 11a of the auxiliary long hole 11 is also used as the receiving portion described above, the configuration of the movable effect device 5 can be further simplified.

  The follower holding mechanism 50 holds the position of the subframe 20 at the middle position of the movement range (in the middle, that is, the end of the synchronous movement area; see FIG. 6) when the main frame 10 is lowered (when moving obliquely downward). Then, the follow movement with the main frame 10 is stopped. In order to facilitate the transition from the synchronous movement region to the single movement region, the follower holding mechanism 50 includes a recess 51 that is formed to penetrate the fixed frame 8 and a protrusion 52 that is formed to protrude rearward from the subframe 20. And is composed of. Here, the synchronous movement area is an area in which the subframe 20 follows the main frame 10 in the movement range, and the main frame 10 is a range from the initial position (see FIG. 4) to the intermediate position (see FIG. 6). Means. The single movement area is an area in which the subframe 20 stops following movement and only the main frame 10 moves alone, and the main frame 10 extends from the intermediate position (see FIG. 6) to the end position (see FIG. 7). Means. Note that the projecting portion 52 of the follower holding mechanism 50 and the auxiliary slide body 22 described above are integrally formed with the subframe 20 to further simplify the configuration of the movable effect device 5.

  Accordingly, the main frame 10 linearly moves in the moving direction downward in the moving direction by the driving force from the electric motor 30. At this time, in the synchronous movement region (FIG. 4 → FIG. 6), the subframe 20 (auxiliary slide body 22) follows the main frame 10 by its own gravity action through the lower edge 11a of the auxiliary long hole 11. On the other hand, in the single movement region (FIG. 6 → FIG. 7), the subframe 20 stops following movement by the follower holding mechanism 50, and only the main frame 10 moves downward alone.

  The main lock mechanism 60 fixes the position of the main frame 10 at the upper limit of the movement range (that is, the initial position of the main frame 10; see FIG. 4). In order to prevent the main frame 10 from sliding downward in the moving direction, the main lock mechanism 60 includes a permanent magnet 61 fixed to the upper end portion of the fixed frame 8 and an iron plate 62 fixed to the upper end portion of the main frame 10. (Ferromagnetic material).

  The fixed frame 8 is provided with a photo sensor 69 (detection means) in order to detect the fluctuation state of the main frame 10 (rack member 42) in a non-contact manner in correspondence with the initial position (FIG. 4). Yes. Further, in the vicinity of the center in the longitudinal direction of the rack member 42, it is detected that the initial position has been reached by passing through a predetermined region of the photo sensor 69 (that is, blocking light), and the driving of the electric motor 30 is stopped. The shielding plate 42d (passage portion) is integrally formed.

  At the right end of the main frame 10, a right character frame 10 </ b> R (a driving side display body) on which an alphabetic character “B” is displayed is formed to protrude toward the front side. On the other hand, the left character frame 20L (driven display body) and the middle character frame 20C (driven display body) in which alphabetic characters “N” and “P” are displayed are forward at the left end and the center of the subframe 20. Each is formed to project toward the side. These character frames 20L, 20C, and 10R have the same protruding height so that the display surfaces (front surfaces) located at the front ends are aligned. Further, since the direction of the boundary position (boundary line) between the character frames 20L, 20C, and 10R and the movement direction of the frames 10 and 20 are matched, the middle character frame 20C and the right character frame 10R Can produce a visual effect that is cut diagonally. In order to enhance the decoration effect / effect, the display surfaces of the character frames 20L, 20C, and 10R are colored differently for the character frames 20L, 20C, and 10R, or straddle the character frames 20L, 20C, and 10R. Or a continuous pattern may be applied.

  The operation of the movable effect device 5 described above will be further described with reference to FIGS.

<Initial position (FIGS. 8A and 4) → intermediate position (FIGS. 8B and 6): synchronous movement region>
When the photo sensor 69 detects the shielding plate 42d, the drive of the electric motor 30 stops at the initial position, and the permanent magnet 61 of the main lock mechanism 60 holds the iron plate 62 fixed to the main frame 10 by suction. When the electric motor 30 is driven in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 4 at the initial position, the rack member 42 (main frame 10) linearly moves downward in the moving direction against the attracting force of the main lock mechanism 60. At this time, in the synchronous movement region (FIG. 8A → FIG. 8B), the sub-frame 20 (auxiliary slide body 22) is received and held by the lower end edge 11a of the auxiliary long hole 11, and the main frame is moved by its own gravity. Following the frame 10 (moving downward).

<Intermediate position (FIGS. 8B and 6) → Terminal position (FIGS. 8C and 7): Single movement region>
When the intermediate position is reached, the subframe 20 stops following movement by the follower holding mechanism 50. Specifically, the projecting portion 52 formed on the subframe 20 abuts on the concave portion 51 penetratingly formed in the fixed frame 8, and the subframe 20 is held at an intermediate position. On the other hand, since the main frame 10 continues to move linearly downward in the moving direction by the driving force from the electric motor 30, only the main frame 10 is moved downward alone in the single movement region (FIG. 8B → FIG. 8C). Moving.

<Terminal position (FIG. 8C, FIG. 7) → Intermediate position (FIG. 8B, FIG. 6): Single movement area>
The movement from the end position to the intermediate position is executed by returning the single movement area described above in the reverse direction (upward in the movement direction). That is, in the state where the subframe 20 is held at the intermediate position, only the main frame 10 moves upward alone in the single movement region (FIG. 8 (c) → FIG. 8 (b)).

<Intermediate position (FIGS. 8B and 6) → Initial position (FIGS. 8A and 4): Synchronous movement area>
The movement from the intermediate position to the initial position is executed by returning the above-described synchronous movement region in the reverse direction (upward in the movement direction). That is, in the synchronous movement region (FIG. 8 (b) → FIG. 8 (a)), the subframe 20 (auxiliary slide body 22) is received and held by the lower end edge 11a of the auxiliary long hole 11, and the main frame is caused by its own gravity. 10 (following movement). When the initial position is reached, the photo sensor 69 detects the shielding plate 42d and stops driving the electric motor 30, and the permanent magnet 61 of the main lock mechanism 60 attracts and holds the iron plate 62 fixed to the main frame 10.

  The main frame 10 can be stopped during the movement of the synchronous movement region or the single movement region by stopping the driving of the electric motor 30. When the main frame 10 stops in the middle of the synchronous movement region, the sub frame 20 (auxiliary slide body 22) stops in a state where it is received and supported by the lower edge 11a of the auxiliary long hole 11. On the other hand, when the main frame 10 stops in the middle of the single movement region, the subframe 20 is stopped due to the follower movement mechanism 50 and stopped. By making such a movement mode (stop mode) possible, it is possible to further diversify the rendering operation.

  In this way, by utilizing the gravity (self-weight) of the sub-frame 20, the increase in the load on the electric motor 30 is suppressed and the configuration is simplified, and the both frames 10 and 20 are unprecedented. A variety of performance operations can be realized by adding various movements. That is, since the sub-frame 20 is related to the main frame 10 in a different manner in the synchronous movement area and the single movement area, a novel and remarkable change can be added, and various presentation operations are possible. Become. In addition, since an increase in direct load from the subframe 20 to the electric motor 30 can be reduced, it can be realized with a simple configuration.

  In addition, by inserting the slide body 21 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 20 into the long hole 42b formed in the moving direction of the rack member 42, smooth linear movement and motion conversion of the subframe 20 are performed. The mechanism 40 (rack member 42) can be reduced in weight.

(Example 2)
Next, FIG. 9 is an exploded perspective view of another example of the movable effect device, and FIG. 10 is an exploded perspective view of the movable effect device from the rear. 11 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in the initial position, FIG. 12 is a front view and a rear view when the main frame is in the forward intermediate position, and FIG. 13 is when the main frame is in the end position. FIG. 14 is a sectional view taken along the lines A′-A ′ and B′-B ′, FIG. 15 is a plan view showing the main lock mechanism and the sub-lock mechanism, and FIG. It is the front view and back view when it exists in a position.

  As shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, the movable effect device 105 includes a main frame 110 (primary moving body) located on the rear side and a subframe 120 (driven body; second driven body) located on the front side. In the initial position (see FIG. 11) in a partially overlapping state. Both frames 110 and 120 are parallel to the board surface of the game board 2 and can move linearly in the same direction (common movement direction) obliquely up and down.

  Specifically, the main frame 110 receives a driving force (external force) from an electric motor 130 (rotary actuator; driving source), which will be described later, and moves linearly in a diagonally upward and downward movement direction (diagonally upward or obliquely downward). On the other hand, a plurality of (for example, two) auxiliary slide bodies 122 are fixed to the subframe 120. These auxiliary slide bodies 122 (subframes 120) are formed by lower end edges 111a (receiving portions) of a plurality of (for example, two out of three) auxiliary long holes 111 formed in the main frame 110 along the moving direction. It is possible to follow the main frame 110 using its own gravity while being received and supported almost simultaneously.

  In addition, the movable effect device 105 includes a single electric motor 130 that exerts a driving force on the main frame 110, a motion conversion mechanism 140 that is disposed between the electric motor 130 and the main frame 110, the fixed frame 8, and the subframe. 120, a follower holding mechanism 150 disposed between the fixed frame 8, a main lock mechanism 160 (lock mechanism) disposed between the fixed frame 8 and the main frame 110, and between the fixed frame 8 and the subframe 120. And a sub-block mechanism 170 to be arranged.

  Of these, the electric motor 130 has a length of a fixed long hole 8a (fixed guide portion) formed in the fixed frame 8 along the moving direction (specifically, a range in which a slide portion 142c of a rack member 142 described later can move). ) As a moving range, the main frame 110 is reversibly moved linearly or continuously or intermittently. The motion conversion mechanism 140 has a function of converting the rotational motion of the electric motor 130 (motor gear 131) into the linear motion of the main frame 110. The motion converting mechanism 140 includes a pinion gear 141 that is rotationally driven by an electric motor 130 (motor gear 131), and a rack member 142 in which a rack 142a that can reciprocate linearly along the moving direction by meshing with the pinion gear 141 is formed. Including.

  As shown in FIGS. 12B and 14B, the rack member 142 is fixed (integrally formed) to the main frame 110 and moves and guides the subframe 120 along the moving direction. And a long hole 142b (guide portion). Specifically, the motion converting mechanism 140 (rack member 142) is reduced in weight by inserting the slide body 121 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 120 into the long hole 142b formed in the moving direction. I am trying.

  Further, a plurality of (for example, three) auxiliary long holes 111 (auxiliary guide portions) for moving and guiding the subframe 120 along the moving direction are formed in the main frame 110, so that the subframe 120 can be made smoother. Linear movement becomes possible. Specifically, one slide body 121 and two auxiliary slide bodies 122 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 120 are inserted into three auxiliary long holes 111 formed so as to penetrate in parallel with the moving direction. Insert each one. Further, by forming a fixed elongated hole 8a (fixed guide portion) for moving and guiding the rack member 142 along the moving direction in the fixed frame 8, a smoother linear movement of the main frame 110 and the sub frame 120 can be achieved. It becomes possible. Specifically, the slide portion 142c fixed (integrally formed) to the rack member 142 is inserted into the fixed long hole 8a formed in the moving direction.

  Any one (for example, the leftmost) auxiliary long hole 111 is arranged so as to overlap with the fixed long hole 8a formed through the fixed frame 8 and the long hole 142b formed through the rack member 142 in the front-rear direction. Has been. Then, the slide body 121 inserted corresponding to the long hole 142b also penetrates the leftmost auxiliary long hole 111 and the fixed long hole 8a, and into the auxiliary long hole 111, the fixed long hole 8a, and the long hole 142b. Since each of them is slidably guided, the sub-frame 120 can move very smoothly (see FIG. 14B). In addition, since the lower end edge 111a of the auxiliary long hole 111 is also used as the receiving portion described above, the configuration of the movable effect device 105 can be further simplified.

  The follower holding mechanism 150 holds the subframe 120 in position at the lower limit position of the movement range (that is, the start end of the single movement region; see FIG. 11) when the main frame 110 is raised (moving upward obliquely). The following movement with 110 is stopped. In order to facilitate the transition from the single movement region to the synchronous movement region, the follower holding mechanism 150 includes a recess 151 that is formed through the fixed frame 8 and a protrusion 152 that is formed to protrude rearward from the subframe 120. And is composed of. Here, the single movement area is an area where the subframe 120 stops following movement and only the main frame 110 moves alone, and the main frame 110 moves from the initial position (see FIG. 11) to the forward intermediate position (see FIG. 12). Means a range. The synchronous movement area is an area in which the subframe 120 moves following the main frame 110 in the movement range, and the main frame 110 is a range from the forward intermediate position (see FIG. 12) to the end position (see FIG. 13). Means. It should be noted that the protrusion 152 of the follower holding mechanism 150 and the auxiliary slide body 122 described above are integrally formed on the subframe 120 to further simplify the configuration of the movable effect device 105.

  Therefore, the main frame 110 linearly moves in the moving direction upward in the moving direction by the driving force from the electric motor 130. At this time, in the single movement region (FIG. 11 → FIG. 12), the subframe 120 stops following movement by the driven body holding mechanism 150, and only the main frame 110 moves upward alone. On the other hand, in the synchronous movement region (FIG. 12 → FIG. 13), the sub-frame 120 (auxiliary slide body 122) follows the main frame 110 by its own gravitational action through the lower edge 111a of the auxiliary long hole 111.

  The main lock mechanism 160 fixes the position of the main frame 110 at the upper limit of the movement range (that is, the end position of the main frame 110; see FIG. 13). In order to prevent the main frame 110 from sliding down in the moving direction, the main lock mechanism 160 includes a permanent magnet 161 fixed to the upper end portion of the fixed frame 8 and an iron plate 162 fixed to the upper end portion of the main frame 110. (Ferromagnetic material).

  As shown in FIG. 15, the sub-block mechanism 170 positions the subframe 120 at the upper limit of the movement range (that is, the end of the synchronous movement area; see FIG. 13) when the main frame 110 is lifted (when moving obliquely upward). Hold and stop following movement with the main frame 110. In order to prevent the subframe 120 from sliding down in the moving direction, the sub-block mechanism 170 includes a permanent magnet 171 fixed to the upper end portion of the fixed frame 8 and an iron plate 172 fixed to the upper end portion of the subframe 120. (Ferromagnetic material; however, it is also used as the iron plate 162 of the main lock mechanism 160).

  Therefore, the main frame 110 linearly moves in the moving direction downward in the moving direction by the driving force from the electric motor 130. At this time, in the single movement region (FIG. 13 → FIG. 16), the subframe 120 stops following movement by the follower holding mechanism 150, and only the main frame 110 moves downward alone. On the other hand, in the asynchronous movement region (FIG. 16 → FIG. 11), the auxiliary slide body 122 of the subframe 120 comes into contact with the upper end edge 111b (subblock release portion) of the auxiliary long hole 111 formed in the main frame 110, The subframe 120 starts to fall against the suction force of the sub-block mechanism 170. While the subframe 120 is received by the follower holding mechanism 150 in the middle of dropping, the subframe 120 stops (holds the return path intermediate position), but the main frame 110 further moves to the lower limit of the moving range.

  The fixed frame 8 has a photo sensor 169 (detection means) for detecting the fluctuation state of the main frame 110 (rack member 142) in a non-contact manner in correspondence with the upper limit position (end position: FIG. 13). is set up. In addition, in the vicinity of the center of the rack member 142 in the longitudinal direction, it passes through a predetermined region of the photosensor 169 (that is, blocks light), thereby detecting that the terminal position has been reached and stopping the driving of the electric motor 130. The shielding plate 142d (passage portion) is integrally formed.

  At the right end portion of the main frame 110, a right character frame 110R (a driving side display body) on which an alphabetic character “B” is displayed is formed to protrude toward the front side. On the other hand, at the left end and the center of the sub-frame 120, a left character frame 120L (driven display body) and an intermediate character frame 120C (driven display body) in which alphabet letters “N” and “P” are displayed are forward. Each is formed to project toward the side. These character frames 120L, 120C, and 110R have the same protruding height so that the display surfaces (front surfaces) located at the front ends are aligned. Further, since the direction of the boundary position (boundary line) between the character frames 120L, 120C, and 110R and the moving direction of the frames 110 and 120 are matched, the middle character frame 120C and the right character frame 110R Can produce a visual effect that is cut diagonally. In order to enhance the decoration effect / production effect, the display surfaces of the character frames 120L, 120C, and 110R are colored differently for the character frames 120L, 120C, and 110R, or straddle the character frames 120L, 120C, and 110R. Or a continuous pattern may be applied.

  The operation of the movable effect device 105 described above will be further described with reference to FIGS.

<Initial position (FIG. 17 (a), FIG. 11) → Outward intermediate position (FIG. 17 (b), FIG. 12): Single movement region>
When the electric motor 130 is driven in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 11 at the initial position, the subframe 120 stops following movement by the follower holding mechanism 150. Specifically, the protrusion 152 formed on the subframe 120 abuts on a recess 151 formed through the fixed frame 8, and the subframe 120 is held at an intermediate position. On the other hand, since the main frame 110 linearly moves upward in the moving direction by the driving force from the electric motor 130, only the main frame 110 moves upward alone in the single movement region (FIG. 17 (a) → FIG. 17 (b)). To do.

<Outward intermediate position (FIGS. 17B and 12) → Terminal position (FIGS. 17C and 13): Synchronous movement area>
After reaching the forward intermediate position, in the synchronous movement region (FIG. 17 (b) → FIG. 17 (c)), the sub-frame 120 (auxiliary slide body 122) is received and held by the lower edge 111a of the auxiliary long hole 111. The main frame 110 is moved following (moved downward) by the gravity action. When the end position is reached, the driving of the electric motor 130 is stopped by the detection of the shielding plate 142d by the photosensor 169, and the permanent magnet 161 of the main lock mechanism 160 attracts the iron plate 162 fixed to the main frame 110, and the main frame 110 is attracted and held at the upper limit position (end position). At substantially the same time, the permanent magnet 171 of the sub-block mechanism 170 attracts the iron plate 172 fixed to the subframe 120, and the subframe 120 is also attracted and held at the upper limit position (end position).

<Terminal position (FIG. 17 (c), FIG. 13) → Return middle position (FIG. 17 (d), FIG. 16): Single movement area>
When the electric motor 130 is driven in the direction opposite to the arrow in FIG. 12 at the end position, the rack member 142 (main frame 110) linearly moves downward in the movement direction against the attracting force of the lock mechanism 160. At this time, in the single movement region (FIG. 17 (c) → FIG. 17 (d)), the subframe 120 is held by suction by the sub-block mechanism 170 and stops following movement, and only the main frame 110 moves downward alone. To do.

<Inward middle position (FIGS. 17 (d) and 16) → initial position (FIGS. 17 (a) and 11): Asynchronous movement region>
The main frame 110 continues to move linearly downward in the movement direction by the driving force from the electric motor 130. When the auxiliary slide body 122 of the sub-frame 120 comes into contact with the upper end edge 111b (sub-block release portion) of the auxiliary long hole 111 formed in the main frame 110 at the return intermediate position, the sub-frame 120 is moved to the sub-block mechanism 170. Against the attractive force, the drop starts at a speed different from the moving speed of the main frame 110. In the asynchronous movement region (FIG. 17 (d) → FIG. 17 (a)), the subframe 120 is received by the follower holding mechanism 150 during the fall and stops (holds the return path intermediate position). Furthermore, it moves to the lower limit of the moving range and returns to the initial position.

  Note that the main frame 110 can be stopped during the movement of the single movement area or the synchronous movement area by stopping the driving of the electric motor 130 in the forward path (when ascending). When the main frame 110 stops in the middle of the single movement region, the sub frame 120 is stopped due to the follower movement mechanism 150 and stopped. On the other hand, when the main frame 110 stops in the middle of the synchronous movement region, the subframe 120 (auxiliary slide body 122) stops in a state where it is received and supported by the lower end edge 111a of the auxiliary long hole 111. By making such a movement mode (stop mode) possible, it is possible to further diversify the rendering operation.

  In this way, by utilizing the gravity (self-weight) of the sub-frame 120, the increase in the load on the electric motor 130 is suppressed and the configuration is simplified, and the frames 110 and 120 are unprecedented. A variety of performance operations can be realized by adding various movements. That is, since the sub-frame 120 is related to the main frame 110 in a different manner in the synchronous movement area and the single movement area, a novel and remarkable change can be added, and various presentation operations are possible. Become. In addition, since an increase in direct load from the subframe 120 to the electric motor 130 can be reduced, it can be realized with a simple configuration.

  Further, by inserting the slide body 121 fixed (integrally formed) to the subframe 120 into the long hole 142b formed in the moving direction of the rack member 142, smooth linear movement and motion conversion of the subframe 120 are performed. The mechanism 140 (rack member 142) can be reduced in weight.

  In the above embodiment, only the case where the movable effect device for gaming machines is mounted on the pachinko machine has been described. However, as well as other ball game machines such as an arrangement pachinko machine, a revolving type gaming machine such as a slot machine or a pachislot machine. The game may be performed by various game machines such as a poker game machine and a sparrow ball game machine.

1 Pachinko machine (game machine)
2 Game board 3 Liquid crystal display (variable display means)
4 Center frame 5 Movable effect device (movable effect device for gaming machines)
8 Fixed frame (fixing member)
8a Fixed slot (fixed guide)
10 Main frame (Prime body; First movable body)
10R Right character frame (motor side indicator)
11 Auxiliary slot (auxiliary guide)
11a Lower edge (receiving part)
20 subframe (driven body; second movable body)
20L Left letter frame (driven display)
20C middle character frame (driven display)
21 Slide body 22 Auxiliary slide body 30 Electric motor (rotary actuator; drive source)
31 motor gear 40 motion conversion mechanism 41 pinion gear 42 rack member 42a rack 42b long hole (guide part)
42c Slide part 42d Shielding plate (passing part)
50 Driven body holding mechanism 51 Recessed portion 52 Projecting portion 60 Main lock mechanism (lock mechanism)
61 Permanent magnet 62 Iron plate (ferromagnetic material)
69 Photosensor (detection means)
100 Center character 105 Movable effect device (movable effect device for gaming machines)
110 Main frame (Primary body; First movable body)
110R Right character frame (motor side indicator)
111 Auxiliary slot (auxiliary guide)
111a Bottom edge (receiving part)
111b Upper edge (sub-lock release part)
120 subframe (driven body; second movable body)
120L Left character frame (driven display)
120C middle character frame (driven display)
121 Slide body 122 Auxiliary slide body 130 Electric motor (rotary actuator; drive source)
131 motor gear 140 motion conversion mechanism 141 pinion gear 142 rack member 142a rack 142b long hole (guide part)
142c Slide part 142d Shielding plate (passing part)
150 Follower holding mechanism 151 Recessed portion 152 Protruding portion 160 Main lock mechanism (lock mechanism)
161 Permanent magnet 162 Iron plate (ferromagnetic material)
169 Photosensor (detection means)
170 Sub-lock mechanism 171 Permanent magnet 172 Iron plate (ferromagnetic material)

Claims (6)

  1. When the player side is the front side, a plurality of movable bodies are at least partially overlapped in the front-rear direction in the same movement direction with vertical fluctuations with respect to the game board arranged in the vertical direction. A movable directing device for a gaming machine that can move linearly,
    Among the plurality of movable bodies, any one of them is a prime mover that receives an external force and linearly moves downward or upward in the movement direction, and the rest is one or more receiving portions of the prime mover. Each is configured as a follower that can follow and move using its own gravity in a supported state.
    A driving source for exerting a driving force as an external force on the prime mover and linearly moving over a predetermined moving range in the moving direction;
    A follower that is arranged between a fixed member that is fixedly arranged with respect to the game board and each follower and that corresponds to the end of one or more synchronous movement regions that are part of the movement range of the prime mover. One or more follower holding mechanisms for holding the body in position or holding all followers in position at the beginning of a single movement area excluding all synchronous movement areas and stopping their follow-up movement;
    With
    When the prime mover linearly moves the moving range downward or upward in the movement direction by the driving force from the drive source, any of the followers corresponds to the corresponding prime mover in each synchronous movement region. A moving effect device for a gaming machine, wherein all followers stop following movement by the follower holding mechanism and only the prime mover moves alone in the single movement area.
  2. The drive source is composed of a rotary actuator, and a motion conversion mechanism that converts the former rotational motion into the latter linear motion is arranged between the rotary actuator and the prime mover,
    The motion conversion mechanism includes a pinion gear that is rotationally driven by the rotary actuator, and a rack member that is formed with a rack that can reciprocate linearly along the moving direction by meshing with the pinion gear.
    2. The movable part for a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the rack member of the motion conversion mechanism is integrally formed with the prime mover and has a guide part for moving and guiding the follower along the movement direction. Production device.
  3.   The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein a locking mechanism is provided between the fixing member and the prime mover for fixing the prime mover at an upper limit of the movement range.
  4. The prime mover can be stopped during the movement of the synchronous movement area or the single movement area,
    When the prime mover stops halfway, the follower stops in a state where it is received and supported by a receiving portion of the prime mover in the synchronous movement region, while in the single movement region, The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the follower movement is hindered and stopped by the follower holding mechanism.
  5.   The said driven body holding | maintenance mechanism holds the said driven body in the middle part of the said moving range when the said driven body moves the said moving direction downward or upward. Movable directing device for gaming machines.
  6.   A gaming machine comprising the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
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