JP5406121B2 - Movable direction device for gaming machine - Google Patents

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JP5406121B2
JP5406121B2 JP2010123550A JP2010123550A JP5406121B2 JP 5406121 B2 JP5406121 B2 JP 5406121B2 JP 2010123550 A JP2010123550 A JP 2010123550A JP 2010123550 A JP2010123550 A JP 2010123550A JP 5406121 B2 JP5406121 B2 JP 5406121B2
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  The present invention relates to a movable effect device for a gaming machine that produces an effect by the operation of a movable body.

  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a decorative member disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on a board surface of a gaming board set in the machine. The symbol display device such as the above is faced, and the symbol display device is configured to perform a game effect such as a symbol combination game or a reach effect. Further, in a pachinko machine, a movable effect device having a movable body that performs a required operation is disposed on a decorative member, and the movable body is operated in accordance with a game effect performed by a symbol display device, thereby visually The effect of the game is enhanced by improving the production effect (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

  In the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1, the rotation axis of the first movable member is arranged in the vicinity of the upper side of the liquid crystal screen, and the rotation axis of the second movable member is arranged in the vicinity of the left side of the liquid crystal screen. In the movable effect device of Patent Document 1, each movable member swings on the front side of the liquid crystal screen around the rotation axis by a motor.

JP 2007-54140 A

  In the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1, each movable member only swings the front side of the liquid crystal screen as described above, and the movement of each movable member is poor. A member is disposed. However, with the recent increase in the size of liquid crystal screens, it has become difficult to provide a plurality of movable members, and there is a need to improve the rendering effect of individual movable members. In view of this, it is conceivable to provide a large movable member to enhance the effect of the presentation when operating on the front side of the liquid crystal screen. As mentioned above, with the increase in the size of the liquid crystal screen, there is a problem that it is difficult to simply increase the size of the movable member because the space for installing the movable member in the standby state where the production operation is not performed on the front side of the liquid crystal screen is limited. Is done.

  That is, the present invention has been proposed in order to solve these problems in view of the above-mentioned problems inherent in the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to the prior art, and has a size that attracts attention during operation. It is an object of the present invention to provide a movable effect device for a gaming machine having a movable body that becomes compact when retracted to the periphery of a display unit.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve an intended purpose, a movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1 of the present application is provided,
A movable effect of a gaming machine provided on a gaming board (30) having a display part (26) visible in the game area (30a), which is visible from the front side where the symbol display effect is performed, and performing an effect by the operation of the movable body (220) In the device
The movable body (220)
A first posture that is supported on the outside of the display unit (26) and has a distal end located at the periphery of the display unit (26), and a first posture in which the distal end is located on the center side of the display unit (26). A first member (222) that is rotationally displaced by the driving means (254) in two positions;
The first member (222) is provided between the first position overlapping the first member (222) in the first posture and the second position protruding from the tip of the first member (222) in the second posture. A second member (236) that moves forward and backward along the first member (222) in conjunction with the driving of the driving means (254);
The second member (236) is provided so as to move forward and backward together with the second member (236), and emits light through a light transmitting member (240) forming the front surface of the second member (236) ( 248) and equipped with a,
The first member (222)
An auxiliary cover (230) provided on the side of the support portion opposite to the tip of the first member (222) and positioned on the front side of the second member (236);
A pair of passages formed in the auxiliary cover (230) so as to extend rearward and extending in the forward / backward movement direction of the second member (236) and facing the posture displacement direction of the first member (222) A piece (232,232),
The auxiliary cover (230) and the pair of passage pieces (230, 230) are defined and extend from the second member (236) toward the end of the first member (222) on the support site side. A passage (223) communicating along the advancing and retreating direction of the second member (236);
A relay board (278) provided on the rear side of the auxiliary cover (230) so as to overlap the passage (223) in the front-rear direction;
A board cover (280) attached to the front side of the relay board (278) is provided corresponding to the passage (223), and inclines forward toward the end of the first member (222) on the support site side. An induction piece (280a),
The passage (223) extends from the relay substrate (278) toward an end portion on the support site side of the first member (222), and from the relay substrate (278) to an end portion on the support site side. Is formed to open to the rear side,
The wiring (H) connected to the light emitting means (248) is directed toward the support portion side end of the first member (222) so as to pass through the front side of the relay substrate (278) in the passage (223). The first member (222) is inserted into the end of the first support member (222), bent toward the tip of the first member (222), connected to the relay board (278), and the second member (236) is advanced and retracted. The passage (223) moves forward and backward as it moves, and the curved portion of the wiring (H) expands and contracts through the open portion of the passage (223) .
According to the first aspect of the present invention, the movable body is in the first position in which the first member is positioned in the peripheral portion of the display unit, and the second member is in the first position overlapping the first member. When it is in the part, it becomes compact. In addition, the movable body is in the second position in which the first member is located on the center side of the display unit and is in the second position where the second member protrudes from the first member. It is possible to perform an action production that attracts the eyes. Further, since the second member is provided with the light emitting means, the light emitting effect can be performed in conjunction with or independently of the forward / backward movement of the second member or the operation of the movable body. Since the first member and the second member use the same drive means as a drive source, the mechanism for operating both members is also compact.
Since the wiring of the light emitting means that moves forward and backward together with the second member moves forward and backward along the path defined in the first member, interference of the wiring with the drive mechanism can be avoided.
Since the curved portion of the wiring expands and contracts via the open portion of the passage, it is difficult to apply a load to the wiring, and the smooth movement of the second member can be allowed.

In the invention which concerns on Claim 2, it is formed so that the front surface of the said auxiliary | assistant cover (230) may be extended between both passage pieces (232,232) to the middle of the protrusion part of both passage pieces (232,232),
The passage (223) is formed so that the passage pieces (232, 232) protruding from the support side edge of the auxiliary cover (230) are opened in the front-rear direction.
In the invention according to claim 3 , the first member (222) is configured to be hidden in the first posture behind a decorative member (210) provided outside the display section (26). The gist.
According to the invention of claim 3 , since the movable body appears on the front side of the display unit from the state hidden behind the decorative member provided on the outside of the display unit, it is possible to improve the unexpectedness of the production effect.

In the invention according to claim 4 , the second member (236) is formed in a shape in which at least the end portion on the second position side is matched with the cover portion (228) constituting the front surface of the first member (222). And
The second member (236) is accommodated in a rear side of the cover part (228) with the end on the second position side aligned with the cover part (228) in the first position. .
According to the invention which concerns on Claim 4 , since the 2nd member is formed in the shape match | combined with the cover part which comprises the front side of a 1st member, it utilizes the space of the back side of a cover part to the maximum. The second member can be set large.

In the invention according to Motomeko 5, the driving mechanism for operating the movable member (220) includes a rotating member (266) rotated by said drive means (254), away from the rotation center of the rotary member (266) And a link member (270) having one end rotatably connected to the second position and the other end rotatably connected to the second member (236).
According to the fifth aspect of the present invention, the second member can be moved back and forth in conjunction with the rotational displacement of the first member with a compact drive mechanism.
In the invention according to claim 6 , the driving mechanism includes the rotating member (266) and a gear (258, 260, 264) for transmitting rotation from the driving means (254) to the rotating member (266). The gist is to be accommodated in a case (204) provided on the rear side.
According to the sixth aspect of the present invention, since the gear that transmits the rotation from the rotating member and the driving unit to the rotating member is housed in the case, interference with the wiring of the light emitting unit can be avoided.

  According to the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to the present invention, although the movable body is of a size that attracts attention during operation, the movable body becomes compact when retracted to the periphery of the display unit, so that it is excellent during operation. Both the production effect and space saving during standby can be achieved.

1 is a front view showing a pachinko machine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the decoration cover part is shown. FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken along line AA in FIG. 3. It is the B section enlarged view of FIG. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, Comprising: The state which operated the decoration movable body is shown. It is CC sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, Comprising: The state which operated the decoration movable body further from the state of FIG. 6 is shown. It is the DD sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, Comprising: The state which act | operated the main movable body and the subordinate movable body is shown. It is a disassembled perspective view of the game board of an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit of an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the movable production | presentation apparatus is shown. It is a perspective view which shows the back unit of an Example. It is a front view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a rear view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a top view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a bottom view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a right view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a left view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is the EE sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the front side, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the back side, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a standby position. It is a front view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a rocking posture. It is a rear view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a rocking posture. It is the FF sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the front side, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a rocking | fluctuation attitude | position. It is a perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the back side, Comprising: A decoration movable body exists in a rocking | fluctuation attitude | position. It is a front view which shows the apparatus main-body part of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example. It is a right view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the 3rd right cover part is shown. It is a right view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the 2nd right cover part is shown. It is a right view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the 2nd right cover part and the slide member is shown. It is a left view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the 2nd left cover part is shown. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the front side. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the rear side. It is explanatory drawing which shows the 1st drive mechanism of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example. It is explanatory drawing which shows the relationship between the 2nd operating gear of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, and an interlocking | linkage axis | shaft, Comprising: (a) shows the state of the 1st position of a decoration movable body, (b) is a decoration movable body. The state of the swinging posture is shown. It is explanatory drawing which shows the action | operation means of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, (a) shows the state of the 1st position of a decoration movable body, (b) shows the state of the rocking | fluctuation posture of a decoration movable body. . It is explanatory drawing which shows the urging means of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, (a) shows the state of the 1st position of a decoration movable body, (b) shows the state of the rocking | fluctuation posture of a decoration movable body. Show. It is explanatory drawing which shows the position sensor part and detection piece of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example. It is a front view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a rear view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a top view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a bottom view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a right view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a left view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is the GG sectional view taken on the line of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production apparatus of an Example from the front side, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the back side, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 1st attitude | position. It is a front view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 2nd attitude | position. It is a rear view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 2nd attitude | position. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the front side, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 2nd attitude | position. It is a perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the back side, Comprising: A main movable body exists in a 2nd attitude | position. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production apparatus of an Example from the front side. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example from the rear side. It is a front view which shows the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: The state which removed the decoration cover part is shown. It is operation | movement explanatory drawing of the main movable body of the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example. It is explanatory drawing which shows the 1st linkage means of the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: (a) shows the 1st attitude | position of a main movable body, (b) shows the 2nd attitude | position of a main movable body. It is explanatory drawing which shows the 2nd linkage means of the 2nd movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, Comprising: (a) shows the 1st attitude | position of a main movable body, (b) shows the 2nd attitude | position of a main movable body.

  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, a pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment includes an outer frame 12 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 14 as a main body frame on which a game board 30 (see FIG. 2) described later is detachably held is assembled on the front side of the opening of the outer frame 12 so that it can be opened and closed. Yes. Further, in the pachinko machine 10, a symbol display device 24 capable of variably displaying various symbols is detachably attached to the back side of the game board 30 (see FIG. 11). On the front side of the middle frame 14, a front frame 16 as a decorative frame provided with a glass plate 16 a that protects the game board 30 from see-through is assembled so as to be openable and closable. The lower ball tray 18 is stored so as to be openable and closable (see FIG. 1). In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 20 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 16, and the upper ball tray 20 is also opened and closed integrally with the opening and closing of the front frame 16. Configured to do.

  An operation handle 22 for operating a ball striking device (not shown) disposed on the middle frame 14 is provided at a lower right position of the middle frame 14 (see FIG. 1). In the pachinko machine 10, the pachinko ball stored in the upper ball tray 20 is launched toward the game board 30 by operating the hitting ball launching device by operating the operation handle 22. In the embodiment, a liquid crystal display device in which a liquid crystal panel capable of displaying various symbols is housed in a housing case is adopted as the symbol display device 24. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and a drum type display device or a dot matrix type is employed. Display devices, 7-segment displays, and other display devices that can stop and display various symbols can be employed. Further, the upper ball tray 20 may be formed separately from the front frame 16 so that it can be opened and closed with respect to the middle frame 14, and one of the upper and lower ball trays 18 and 20 is omitted. The structure which provides only a ball tray may be sufficient.

(About game board)
As shown in FIG. 11, the game board 30 includes a board body 32 in which a game area 30 a in which a pachinko ball can flow down is defined on the front surface (game board surface), and a back unit 42 assembled on the rear surface of the board body 32. And basically consists of The symbol display device 24 is detachably disposed on the rear side of the back unit 42.

  As shown in FIG. 2 or FIG. 3, the board body 32 is a plate-like member in which cells are attached to the surface of a plywood formed in a substantially rectangular shape with a predetermined plate thickness. A rail 34 curved in a substantially circular shape is disposed on the front surface of the board main body 32, and a game area 30a in which the pachinko ball can flow down is defined by the rail 34, and the pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launching device. Flows down in the game area 30a. The board body 32 has a plurality of mounting openings 32a (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 11) penetrating in the front-rear direction in the game area 30a, and various components are attached to the mounting openings 32a from the front side. The board main body 32 is provided with an out port 32b for discharging a pachinko ball launched into the game area 30a at the lowermost position of the game area 30a. A large number of game nails are planted in the board body 32 corresponding to the game area 30a, and the flow direction of the pachinko balls changes irregularly when the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 30a contact the game nails. Or guide the pachinko sphere in a certain direction. The number and size of the mounting openings 32a are appropriately determined according to the number of various parts attached to the panel body 32, the arrangement position, and the like.

  A frame-shaped decorative body 36 (see FIG. 2) having a window 36a opened in the front-rear direction is attached to a mounting opening (not shown) provided in the approximate center of the game area 30a. The display surface of the symbol display device 24 is configured to face the front side of the game board 30 through the window 36a. A start winning device 38 and a special winning device 40 that can win a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 30a are attached below the frame-shaped decorative body 36 (see FIG. 2). In the pachinko machine 10, when a pachinko ball wins a winning opening 38a of the start winning device 38, a symbol variation effect is displayed in which the symbols are displayed on the symbol display device 24. As a result of the symbol variation effect, the symbol display device 24 displays the symbol variation effect. When a symbol is stopped and displayed in a predetermined symbol combination (for example, a set of three identical symbols), the special winning device 40 is opened and a so-called jackpot is generated, and the winning port 40a of the special winning device 40 is opened to play the game. The opportunity for a person to win a large number of prize balls is given.

  As shown in FIGS. 11 to 14, the back unit 42 is formed in a substantially rectangular box shape opening forward, and the front end portion is fixed to the rear surface of the panel main body 32. In the game board 30, a space for installing members is defined between the board body 32 and the installation plate 44 facing the board body 32 in the back unit 42. A display unit 24 is detachably attached to the rear unit 42 on the rear side of the installation plate 44, and a display opening that opens to the front and rear at a position corresponding to the display surface of the design display device 24 on the installation plate 44. 44a (see FIG. 13) is established. In the game board 30, the display surface of the symbol display device 24 facing the display opening 44 a of the back unit 42 can be viewed from the front side through the window 36 a of the frame-shaped decorative body 36. In addition, various rendering devices 100 and 200 and decorative members are arranged on the front surface of the installation plate 44 in the back unit 42 (see FIG. 12), and the game board 30 is connected via the window 36a of the frame-shaped decorative body 36. It is exposed to the front (see FIG. 2). That is, the back unit 42 functions as an installation member for the symbol display device 24 and the effect devices 100 and 200 related to the game effect of the pachinko machine 10. In this way, the game board 30 is surrounded by the display opening 44a of the back unit 42, the window 36a of the frame-like decorative body 36, the decorative member installed on the installation plate 44 of the back unit 42, etc. A display unit 26 in which a symbol variation game by 24 is played is provided (see FIG. 2). The display unit 26 is an area in which the symbol variation game by the symbol display device 24 can be viewed from the front side of the game board 30.

(First movable effect device)
Next, the first movable effect device 100 will be described in detail with reference mainly to FIGS. The first movable effect device 100 is installed on the upper side 44b of the installation plate 44 extending above the display opening 44a in the back unit 42 (see FIG. 12), and will be described later via the window 36a of the frame-shaped decorative body 36. The portions not hidden by the decorative members 46 and 48 to be exposed are exposed to the front side (see FIG. 2). The first movable effect device 100 includes an upper light emitting means (light emitting means) 102 attached to the upper side 44b of the back unit 44 (see FIG. 13), and an upper side 44b of the back unit 42 so as to cover the upper light emitting means 102. The apparatus main body 106 provided in the apparatus main body 106, a rotary movable body (first movable body) 130 provided in the apparatus main body 106, and a decorative movable body (second movable body) provided in front of the apparatus main body 106. (Movable body) 150 (see FIG. 5, FIG. 7, FIG. 9, FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). The first movable effect device 100 includes one or a plurality of rotary movable bodies 130, and in the embodiment, includes two rotary movable bodies 130 and 130. The apparatus main body 106 includes a first drive mechanism having a drive motor (first drive means) 132 that operates the rotary movable body 130 (see FIG. 36), and an operation motor (second drive) that operates the decorative movable body 150. (Means) 168 and a second drive mechanism (see FIGS. 34, 35, 37 to 39). The first movable effect device 100 can effect the operation of the rotary movable body 130 and the decorative movable body 150 in an interlocked or independent manner, and can be operated by the upper light emitting means 102 in conjunction with or independent of the operations of the rotary movable body 130 and the decorative movable body 150. It is configured to be able to produce light.

  As shown in FIG. 12, in the first movable effect device 100, the device main body 106 is provided on the upper side of the display unit 26, and the decorative movable body 150 provided on the front side of the device main body 106 is provided with a display unit. It operates from the standby position (first position: see FIGS. 2 to 5) located outside (upper side) 26 toward the display unit 26 (see FIGS. 6 to 9). Further, when the movable movable body 150 moves beyond the operating position where the decorative movable body 150 is displaced from the standby position toward the display unit 26, the first movable effect device 100 displaces between the standby position and the operating position (hereinafter referred to as a forward / backward attitude). It is comprised so that attitude | position displacement may be carried out so that it may rock | fluctuate toward the display part 26 (refer FIGS. 6-9). Here, a decorative member 46 is attached to the upper edge portion of the back unit 42 so as to be separated from the front side of the upper side portion 44b of the installation plate 44 (see FIG. 13 or FIG. 14). It faces the front side through the window 36a of the decorative body 36 (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 3). The decorative member 46 is configured to transmit light, and in the embodiment, a frosted glass member is used.

  The upper portion of the first movable effect device 100 is disposed between the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42 and the decorative member 46 (see FIG. 4), and the upper portion of the decorative movable body 150 at the standby position is decorated. It is located behind the member 46 and is hidden (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 3). In the first movable effect device 100 of the embodiment, the decorative movable body 150 is configured to move forward and backward with respect to the display unit 26 along the game board surface, so that the decorative movable body 150 is between the standby position and the operating position. In this case, the forward / backward moving direction becomes the vertical direction, and the decorative movable body 150 is swung between the forward / backward posture and the swinging posture inclined toward the display unit 26 with the axis line along the upper side of the display unit 26 as a fulcrum.

  The upper light emitting means 102 has a plurality of left and right widths that are substantially the same as the left and right widths of the display unit 26 and a vertical width that is substantially the same as the upper and lower widths of the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42. An LED (light emitter) 104 is provided (see FIG. 13). In the upper light emitting means 102, the LEDs 104 are regularly arranged on the front side of the substrate, and the rows of the LEDs 104 arranged at regular intervals in the left-right direction are arranged in a plurality of rows (three rows in the embodiment) spaced vertically. (See FIG. 5). Here, in the upper light emitting means 102 of the embodiment, the LEDs 104 that are vertically adjacent to each other are arranged in the vertical direction, and a plurality of LEDs 104 are arranged in a square shape (a grid pattern). The upper light emitting means 102 is arranged so that each row of the LEDs 104 corresponds to the rotary movable body 130 and step portions 112a, 112b, and 112d described later. In the following description, when distinguishing the LED groups in each row, the row of the uppermost LEDs 104 is referred to as an upper light emitting group 104A, and the lowermost row of LEDs 104 is referred to as a lower light emitting group 104C. A row of the LEDs 104 positioned between the group 104A and the lower light emitting group 104C is referred to as a middle light emitting group 104B.

  The apparatus main body 106 is a case-shaped member that can cover the upper light emitting means 102 and has a size that can accommodate the rotary movable body 130, and is movable from the drive motor 132. A transmission base 134 for transmitting power to the body 130 and an operating base 168 and an operating means 170 for transmitting power from the operating motor 168 to the decorative movable body 150 are installed (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). Except for the upper light emitting means 102 attached to the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42, the first movable effect device 100 includes the device main body 106, the rotary movable body 130, the decorative movable body 150, and the drive mechanism via the device main body 106. These units can be handled as a unit and can be integrally attached to and detached from the back unit 42.

  The device main body 106 is configured such that at least a portion exposed to the front side of the game board 30 can transmit light, and in the embodiment, the device main body 106 is entirely formed of a synthetic resin that transmits light. In this application, “transmitting light” means “transparent” in which light transmittance is extremely high and the other side can be seen through the portion, and the property of transmitting light in the same way as this “transparent”. However, because the transmitted light is diffused or the transmittance is low, the shape on the other side cannot be clearly recognized through the portion, unlike “transparent”, or cannot be recognized at all, for example, It refers to the state of polished glass or milky white plastic.

  The apparatus main body 106 is attached to a base member 108, a cover member 112 covering the front side of the base member 108, a right side cover 116 attached to the right side of the base member 108, and a left side of the base member 108. The left side cover 124 is basically constructed (see FIG. 29, FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). In the apparatus main body 106, a rotation space 106a that can accommodate the rotary movable body 130 is defined between the base member 108 and the cover member 112 (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Further, the apparatus main body portion 106 is formed with an arm insertion groove 106b that opens forward between a right side cover 116 attached to the right side portion of the base member 108 and the right side portion of the cover member 112, and the base member. An arm insertion groove 106b that opens forward is formed between the left side cover 124 attached to the left side of 108 and the left side of the cover member 112 (see FIG. 29). Note that the arm insertion grooves 106b and 106b open over substantially the entire vertical width of the apparatus main body 106, and allow the displacement of an arm 156, which will be described later, of the decorative movable body 150 inserted into the arm insertion grooves 106b and 106b. It has become. In the apparatus main body 106, the cover member 112, the right side cover 116, and the left side cover 124 are fixed to the base member 108 with screws.

  In the apparatus main body 106, side covers 116 and 124 are provided on the left and right of the base member 108 and the cover member 112 that covers the front side of the base member 108 (side portions intersecting the advancing / retreating movement direction of the decorative movable body 150). (See FIGS. 15 to 18). In the apparatus main body 106, the cover member 112 is visible or hidden by the operation of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 15 or FIG. 24). Another decorative member 48 provided on the back unit 42 extends on the front side of the side covers 116 and 124, and is hidden behind the other decorative member 48 so that the side covers 116 and 124 can be viewed from the front side. It is impossible (see FIG. 12).

  The base member 108 basically has a tray shape that is open to the rear at the peripheral edge of the substantially rectangular plate-like portion 110 so that the wall-like portion extends rearward. A hook-like portion extending outward is provided at each end (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The base member 108 is formed of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material. The base member 108 surrounds the upper light emitting means 102 with a wall-shaped portion, and is attached to the back unit 42 with the rear end and the flange-shaped portion of the wall-shaped portion abutting against the front surface of the back unit 42, and the plate-shaped portion 110 is a wall It is located on the front side of the upper light emitting means 102 accommodated inside the shape portion (see FIGS. 5, 7 and 9). The base member 108 has a positioning hole 108a (FIGS. 16, 23, 25) in which positioning protrusions 45 (see FIG. 14) projecting from the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42 are formed to penetrate the left and right hook-shaped portions. Or, see FIG. 28). The left and right positioning holes 108a, 108a are alternately arranged in the vertical direction, and in the embodiment, the right positioning hole 108a is provided to be biased to the upper side of the bowl-shaped part, whereas the left positioning hole 108a is a bowl-shaped part. It is biased to the lower side (see FIG. 16).

  The base member 108 has an LED opening 110a penetratingly formed in the plate-like portion 110 corresponding to the LED 104 of the upper light emitting means 102 (see FIG. 16, FIG. 23, FIG. 25 or FIG. 28), and the LED 104 is front and rear of the LED opening 110a. The direction is aligned (see FIGS. 5, 7 and 9). The base member 108 of the embodiment is provided with LED openings 110a corresponding to each of the LEDs 104, and a plurality of LEDs 104 are arranged in three stages up and down, and are arranged at regular intervals in the left-right direction. Three rows of LED openings 110a are formed so as to be spaced apart vertically (see FIG. 16). The LED opening 110a corresponding to the upper light emitting group 104A has an advancing / retreating direction (vertical direction) between the standby position and the operating position of the decorative movable body 150 compared to the LED openings 110a corresponding to the middle light emitting group 104B and the lower light emitting group 104C. The width in the direction crossing the forward / backward movement direction (left-right direction) is set to be the same in each step. Thus, by providing the LED opening 110a and arranging the LED 104 so as to face the LED opening 110a, the plate-like portion 110 is hardly affected by the heat of the LED 104, and the heat generated by the light emission of the LED 104 is reduced to the LED. It can be dissipated through the opening 110a. Moreover, since the plate-like body 110 is provided with the LED opening 110a at a portion corresponding to the LED 104, a reduction in rigidity can be minimized. In addition, the apparatus main body part 106 can also make the front and rear space compact by effectively using the thickness of the plate-like part 110 if the LED 104 protruding forward from the substrate is accommodated in the LED opening 110a.

  The cover member 112 is a plate-like member formed to have a size that at least covers the front side of the plate-like portion 110 of the base member 108 (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35), and the decorative movable body 150 in the apparatus main body portion 106. The design part exposed to the front side is constituted by the displacement of (see FIG. 7 or FIG. 9). The cover member 112 is provided with stepped portions 112a, 112b, 112c, and 112d in a stepped manner in the displacement direction (vertical direction in the embodiment) of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). The cover member 112 protrudes forward from the side away from the display unit 26 (upper side) toward the display unit 26 side (downward), and is recessed rearward from the stepped part 112c located at the foremost side toward the display unit 26 side. It is formed in a substantially mountain shape in side view.

  The cover member 112 is connected to the first stepped portion 112a covering the upper portion of the plate-like portion 110 of the base member 108 and the display step 26 side (lower side) of the first stepped portion 112a, and the first stepped portion 112a. The second stepped portion 112b that is further forwardly separated from the plate-like portion 110 and the display step 26 side (lower side) of the second stepped portion 112b are connected to the front, and the second stepped portion 112b is forwarded from the plate-like portion 110 to the front. The third stepped portion 112c that is separated from the third stepped portion 112c is connected to the display unit 26 side (lower side) of the third stepped portion 112c, and the fourth stepped portion has substantially the same front-rear position with respect to the second stepped portion 112b and the plate-like portion 110 112d (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). In the cover member 112, the front-rear difference between the first step 112a and the second step 112b is larger than the front-rear difference between the second step 112b (fourth step 112d) and the third step 112c. It is set large. In the cover member 112, the third stepped portion 112 c located at the foremost side is arranged to be biased toward the display unit 26 side (lower side) in the forward / backward movement direction (vertical direction in the embodiment) of the decorative movable body 150.

  The cover member 112 is covered with a second stepped portion 112b, a third stepped portion 112c, and a fourth stepped portion 112d from an intermediate portion to a lower portion of the plate-like portion 110 of the base member 108. In the apparatus main body portion 106, the plate-like portion 110 is covered. And the second stepped portion 112b, the third stepped portion 112c, and the fourth stepped portion 112d are accommodated (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Further, the cover member 112 is a portion that is connected to the display portion 26 side (lower side) of the fourth stepped portion 112d and extends rearward, and is a lower side of the wall-shaped portion that constitutes the lower surface of the base member 108. To cover. Although the cover member 112 is formed in a stepped shape with a curved or bent shape in the vertical direction, the shape in the horizontal direction is basically horizontal except for fine irregularities derived from the light diffusion structure described later. Yes.

  Here, the light diffusing structure referred to in the present application refers to, for example, surface processing for forming irregularities on the surface of a light transmissive member, or light diffusing ink containing fine particles having light reflectivity in various concentration distributions. Refers to processing that prints or coats the surface of a light-transmitting member, disperses light-reflecting fine particles in the resin that constitutes the member, such as lame processing, or processing that changes the refractive index of transmitted light. Only one process or a plurality of processes may be combined. Specific examples of surface processing include groove processing, diamond cutting processing, texture processing, blast processing, and the like. As processing for changing the refractive index of light, the surface of a member has a fine refractive index different from that of the member. Examples thereof include a sheet lens provided with unevenness.

  The cover member 112 is formed of a synthetic resin material capable of transmitting light, and at least a light diffusion structure is provided at a portion exposed to the front side by the displacement of the decorative movable body 150. In the embodiment, the light diffusing structure is provided on almost the entire cover member 112. Here, as an aspect of the light diffusion structure, a plurality of stepped portions 112a, 112b, 112c, 112d or stepped portions 112a, 112a, 112d, 112d, 112d, 112d, 112d, 112d, 112d, 112d 112b, 112c, and 112d may be set in common. In the cover member 112 according to the embodiment, the first stepped portion 112a corresponding to the moving area when the decorative movable body 150 moves forward and backward along the game board surface with respect to the display unit 26, and the decorative movable body 150 extends along the game board surface. The second to fourth step portions 112b, 112c, and 112d corresponding to the moving region when swinging with the axis as a fulcrum are configured so that the mode of the light diffusion structure is different (see FIG. 29). More specifically, in the cover member 112, a polished glass-like light diffusion structure is employed for the first stepped portion 112a, and the second to fourth stepped portions 112b, 112c, and 112d have a light diffusing structure with fine uneven shapes. ing. In the second to fourth stepped portions 112b, 112c, and 112d, the light diffusion structure having a concavo-convex shape associates the extending direction of the groove and the extending direction of the ridge with the rotating direction of the rotatable movable body 130. .

  In the cover member 112, the first step 112a covers the front side of the upper light emitting group 104A, the second step 112b covers the front of the middle light emitting group 104B, and the fourth step 112d covers the front of the lower light emitting group 104C. (See FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). That is, in the cover member 112, the distance between the first step 112a and the upper light emitting group 104A is closer than the distance between the second step 112b and the middle light emitting group 104B, and the distance between the second step 112b and the middle light emitting group 104B. Is the same as the distance between the fourth step 112d and the lower light emitting group 104C. In the cover member 112 of the embodiment, the middle light emitting group 104B is opposed to the connection portion of the second step portion 112b with the third step portion 112c, and the fourth step portion 112d is connected to the third step portion 112c. The lower light emitting groups 104C are arranged to face each other.

  The right side cover 116 is a substantially tray-shaped first right cover portion (first plate portion) 118 that opens to the right side, and a plate-like shape that is attached to the opening edge of the first right cover portion 118. The second right cover part (second plate part) 120 and a substantially tray-shaped third right cover part 122 that opens to the left side and is attached to the second right cover part 120 by abutting the opening edge. (See FIG. 15 to FIG. 18, FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The right side cover 116 is fitted with mounting boss holes 118a penetratingly formed in the first right cover portion 118 with a plurality of mounting boss portions 109 projecting from the right side portion of the base member 108, and adjacent mounting boss portions. The first right cover 118 is attached with the first right cover 118 sandwiched between 109 and 109 (see FIG. 32). Further, the right side cover 116 is fixed by fixing the second right cover portion 120 by screwing the second right cover portion 120 against the mounting boss portion 109 protruding to the right side of the first right cover portion 118. In addition, the first right cover 118 is fixed by being sandwiched between the right side of the base member and the second right cover 120 (see FIG. 30). Further, the right side cover 116 has the third right cover 122 fixed to the second right cover 120 with screws. Here, the screw fixing portion for fixing the second right cover 120 is provided at a position away from the third right cover 122 (see FIG. 19), and the first right cover 122 is removed without removing the third right cover 122. The cover 118 and the second right cover 120 can be detached from the base member 108. The right side cover 116 is provided with a second, which will be described later, between the first right cover 118 and the second right cover 120 and between the second right cover 120 and the third right cover 122, respectively. Accommodating spaces 116a and 116b in which components of the driving mechanism are installed are defined (see FIGS. 30 to 32). The constituent members of the right side cover 116 are all formed of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material.

  The left side cover 124 is configured such that a substantially tray-shaped first left covering portion 126 that opens to the left and a substantially tray-shaped second left covering portion 128 that opens to the right are brought into contact with each other at their open edges. (See FIGS. 15 to 18, FIG. 34, or FIG. 35). The left side cover 124 is fixed to the base member 108 by abutting the first left cover 126 against the mounting boss 109 protruding from the left side of the base member 108 and screwing it. (See FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The left side cover 124 has a second left cover 128 fixed to the first left cover 126 with screws. Here, the screw fixing portion for fixing the first left covering portion 126 is provided at a position away from the second left covering portion 128, and the first left covering portion 126 is based on the base without removing the second left covering portion 128. It can be removed from the member 108 (see FIG. 20). The left side cover 124 defines an arrangement space 124a between the first left covering portion 126 and the second left covering portion 128 in which the constituent members of the first drive mechanism described later are installed. (See FIG. 33). Note that the constituent members of the left side cover 124 are all made of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material.

  The rotary movable body 130 is rotatably accommodated in a rotation space 106a between the base member 108 and the cover member 112, and the front side is covered with the cover member 112 (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). The rotary movable body 130 is supported so as to be rotatable about an axis extending in the direction along the game board surface. In the embodiment, the rotary movable body 13 is installed so that the axis extends along the upper side of the display unit 26. Yes. The rotary movable body 130 is a rod-like member whose length extends along the axis (see FIG. 36), and is formed in a hollow cylindrical shape in the embodiment. The rotatable movable body 130 rotates about an axis that passes through the center of the cylindrical portion. The first movable effect device 100 includes a plurality of (two in the embodiment) rotary movable bodies 130 and 130, and these rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 are provided with their axes parallel to each other. In the embodiment, two rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 having the same shape and the same diameter are arranged in parallel apart from each other in the vertical direction, and the positional relationship in the front-rear direction is aligned (see FIG. 21). In order to distinguish between the two rotary movable bodies 130, 130, an "upper stage" is added to the rotary movable body located on the upper side, "A" is added to the reference numeral, and the rotary movable body located on the lower side is added. “Lower row” is added and “B” is added to the code.

  The rotary movable body 130 is disposed so as to overlap the front side of the LED 104 of the upper light emitting means 102 (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Here, in the first movable effect device 100, the axis of the rotary movable body 130 and the arrangement of the light emitting groups including the LEDs 104 in each stage extend in the same direction and are parallel, and overlap the rotary movable body 130. The front-rear positional relationship between the LED 104 of the group and the peripheral surface facing the LED 104 in the rotary movable body 130 is the same. More specifically, the upper rotary movable body 130A is disposed so as to overlap the front side of the middle light emitting group 104B. On the other hand, the lower rotation movable body 130B is disposed so as to overlap the front side of the lower light emission group 104C. That is, the first movable effect device 100 is disposed at a position away from the rear side of the rotatable movable body 130, with the LEDs 104 (the middle light emitting group 104B and the lower light emitting group 104C) arranged side by side along the axis of the rotatable movable body 130. LED 104 (upper light emitting group 104A).

  The rotary movable body 130 is disposed corresponding to the step portions 112b, 112c, and 112d of the cover member 112, and overlaps the rear side of the corresponding step portions 112b, 112c, and 112d (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Here, in the first movable effect device 100, the axis of the rotary movable body 130 is parallel to the cover member 112 in the left-right direction, and the step portions 112b, 112c, and 112d of the cover member 112 overlapping the rotary movable body 130 are used. And the positional relationship before and after the rotary movable body 130 is the same in the left-right direction. Specifically, the upper rotating movable body 130A has an axis extending to the rear side of the second stepped portion 112b where the third stepped portion 112c is connected to the third stepped portion 112c, and the rear of the second stepped portion 112b and the third stepped portion 112c. It arrange | positions so that it may overlap with the side (refer FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). On the other hand, the lower stage rotary movable body 130B has an axis extending behind the connection portion of the fourth stepped portion 112d with the third stepped portion 112c, and overlaps the rear side of the third stepped portion 112c and the fourth stepped portion 112c. (See FIG. 21 or FIG. 26).

  In the first movable effect device 100, the upper rotating movable body 130A is sandwiched between the middle light emitting group 104B, the second stepped portion 112b, and the third stepped portion 112c, and the light traveling straight from the middle light emitting group 104B is rotated in the upper stage. Irradiation is performed on the front side of the apparatus main body 106 mainly through the upper regions of the movable body 130A, the second stepped portion 112b, and the third stepped portion 112c (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Further, in the first movable effect device 100, the lower rotating movable body 130B is sandwiched between the lower light emitting group 104C, the third stepped portion 112c, and the fourth stepped portion 112d, and the light traveling straight from the lower light emitting group 104C The rotary movable body 130B, the lower region of the third stepped portion 112c, and the fourth stepped portion 112d are mainly irradiated to the front side of the apparatus main body portion 106. Further, in the first movable effect device 100, the first step portion 112a is positioned on the front side of the upper light emitting group 104A, and the light traveling straight from the upper light emitting group 104A passes through the first step portion 112a. The front side is irradiated.

  The rotary movable body 130 is made of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material. The rotary movable body 130 is provided with a light diffusing structure on its peripheral surface, and can diffusely reflect light incident from the LED 104 of the upper light emitting means 102. The rotating movable body 130 of the embodiment is provided with an irregular concavo-convex shape such as embossing on the peripheral surface as a light diffusion structure. That is, when the rotary movable body 130 rotates around the axis, the relationship between the uneven shape of the light diffusing structure provided on the peripheral surface and the LED 104 of the upper light emitting means 102 changes, and the rotary movable body 130 is stationary. It becomes a light diffusion mode different from the light diffusion mode.

  Since the first movable effect device 100 is installed in the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42, the rotary movable body 130 of the embodiment has a game so that the axis line extends horizontally in the left-right direction along the upper side of the display unit 26. Supported along the board. In the rotary movable body 130, shaft members 131 are fitted into both ends of the cylindrical main body, and portions of the shaft member 131 protruding from the cylindrical main body are rotatably supported with respect to the apparatus main body 106 (FIG. 34). Or refer to FIG. 35). The rotary movable body 130 inserts a shaft member 131 protruding from the left end portion of the rotary movable body 130 into a support shaft hole 108b formed through the left side portion of the base member 108 and protrudes to the right end portion of the rotary movable body 130. A support recess 108c that is recessed to open to the right side of the base member 108 and a support recess 112e that is recessed to open to the rear of the right side of the cover member 112. It is sandwiched between and supported rotatably.

  A first drive mechanism for rotating the rotary movable body 130 will be described. The first drive mechanism includes one drive motor 132 and transmission means 134 that transmits the power of the drive motor 132 to each of the plurality of rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 (see FIG. 36). The plurality of rotary movable bodies 130 are rotated in synchronization by the motor 132. The first drive mechanism is configured to rotate the plurality of rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 in the same rotation direction. The transmission means 134 of the first drive mechanism includes a socket 136 fixed to the output shaft 132a of the drive motor 132, a transmission shaft 138 rotatably supported on the left side of the base member 108, and connected to the socket 136. A first transmission gear 140 fixed to an end of the shaft 138 opposite to the end connected to the socket 136, and a second transmission that is rotatably supported on the left side of the base member 108 and meshes with the first transmission gear 140. A gear 142 and an upper gear portion 144 that is provided on the outer periphery of the left shaft member 131 in the upper rotation movable body 130A and meshes with the second transmission gear 142 are provided (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The transmission means 134 is rotatably supported on the left side portion of the base member 108, and is provided on the outer periphery of the third transmission gear 146 that meshes with the upper gear portion 144 and the left shaft member 131 in the lower rotation movable body 130B. And a lower gear portion 148 that meshes with the third transmission gear 146. Note that the transmission gears 140, 142, 146 and the gear portions 144, 148 are all spur gears.

  The drive motor 132 is attached to the outside of the second left cover portion 128 of the left side cover 124 (see FIG. 15 to FIG. 18 or FIG. 20) and passes through the second left cover portion 128 to arrange the left side cover 124. A socket 136 is fixed to the tip of the output shaft 132a facing the installation space 124a (see FIG. 36). An end of the transmission shaft 138 that passes through the first left cover 126 and faces the arrangement space 124 a of the left side cover 124 is detachably connected to the socket 136. In the transmission means 134, the socket 136 is formed in a polygon (hexagon in the embodiment), and the insertion end of the transmission shaft 138 is formed in a polygon (hexagon in the embodiment) correspondingly. The transmission shaft 138 is configured to be interlocked with the socket 136 in the rotation direction of the output shaft 132a. In other words, if the first drive mechanism removes the second left covering portion 128 from the first left covering portion 126, the socket 136 comes off from the transmission shaft 138, and the second left covering portion 128 is attached to the first left covering portion 126. The socket 136 and the transmission shaft 138 are connected. Further, the first drive mechanism is configured such that when the entire left side cover 124 is removed from the left side portion of the base member 108, the socket 136 is detached from the transmission shaft 138, and when the left side cover 124 is attached to the left side portion of the base member 108, the socket 136. And the transmission shaft 138 are connected. Further, when the drive motor 132 is removed from the second left cover 128, the first drive mechanism is detached from the transmission shaft 138. When the drive motor 132 is attached to the second left cover 128, the socket 136 and the transmission shaft are removed. 138 is connected (see FIG. 33). As described above, the first drive mechanism can easily disconnect or connect the drive motor 132 and the transmission shaft 138 provided on the base member 108 side, which is convenient when the drive motor 132 is replaced, for example.

  In the first drive mechanism, the output shaft 132a of the drive motor 132 protrudes to a position biased to the rear side above the upper rotary movable body 130A, and a transmission shaft 138 is disposed on the right side of the output shaft 132a. (See FIG. 33). The first transmission gear 140 is installed on the inner side (rotational space 106a) of the left side portion of the base member 108, and is pivotally supported at a position biased forward and upward from the transmission shaft 138, and the second transmission gear 142 is installed. (See FIG. 36). Here, the cover member 112 has a notch 112f penetratingly formed in a part of the first stepped portion 112a corresponding to the second transmission gear 142, and the second stepped portion 112a is narrow between the base member 108 and the second stepped portion 112a. Interference with the transmission gear 142 is avoided (see FIG. 29). The second transmission gear 142 is meshed with the upper gear portion 144 from the upper side of the upper rotary movable body 130A. The third transmission gear 146 is located between the upper stage rotary movable body 130A and the lower stage rotary movable body 130B in the vertical direction, and is disposed on the front side of the axis of the upper stage rotary movable body 130A and the lower stage rotary movable body 130B. The third rotating gear 146 is arranged in the vertical direction so as to correspond to the third stepped portion 112c in the cover member 112, and the third rotating gear 146 uses the space on the rear side of the third stepped portion 112c located at the foremost position to be third. A transmission gear 146 is accommodated. As described above, the first to third transmission gears 140, 142, and 146 of the transmission unit 134 are installed by effectively using the rotation space 106 a between the base member 108 and the cover member 112. The third transmission gear 146 is rotatably supported by a support piece 114 (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35) attached to the left side portion of the base member 108.

  The decorative movable body 150 moves forward and backward in a direction along the game board surface (see FIG. 38 (a)), and swings around an axis extending in the direction along the game board surface (FIG. 38 (b)). Are configured to operate on each of them. Specifically, the decorative movable body 150 is slid to the display unit 26 side from the standby position that covers the entire front surface of the cover member 112 (see FIG. 2 to FIG. 5 or FIG. 15), It moves forward and backward with respect to the display unit 26 while maintaining an advancing / retreating posture with respect to an operating position (see the dotted line in FIG. 38A) where at least a part of the cover member 112 faces the front side. The decorative movable body 150 swings from the operating position toward the display unit 26 with the axis along the upper side of the display unit 26 as a fulcrum (see FIGS. 6 to 9, 24, or 38 (b)). The cover member 112 operates in a swinging posture (second position) in which the region facing the front side is enlarged from the operation position. That is, the decorative movable body 150 is configured to swing between the forward / backward posture and the swinging posture on the display unit 26 side beyond the operating position.

  The decorative movable body 150 is provided on a first decorative surface 152, a second decorative surface 154 extending in a direction intersecting the first decorative surface 152, and left and right side edges of the first decorative surface 152, respectively. And an arm 156 extending rearward (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The decorative movable body 150 is a plate-shaped member formed such that the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154 have a substantially inverted “L” cross section (see FIG. 19 or FIG. 20). The left and right arms 156 and 156 are supported so as to be movable back and forth and swingable with respect to the apparatus main body 106. In the decorative movable body 150, the second decorative surface 154 is provided on the edge (on the upper edge in the embodiment) of the first decorative surface 152 opposite to the display unit 26, and the second decorative surface 154 is the first decorative surface 152. Are formed so as to extend obliquely with respect to. The decorative movable body 150 is configured such that the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side and the second decorative surface 154 extends rearward from the upper edge of the first decorative surface 152 in the forward / backward posture. The second decorative surface 154 is inclined in a direction away from the first decorative surface 152 from the front to the rear.

  The decorative movable body 150 is configured such that the second decorative surface 154 faces the front side in the swinging posture, and the first decorative surface 152 extends rearward from the lower edge portion of the second decorative surface 154. (See FIG. 26). In other words, the decorative movable body 150 can switch the decorative surface that faces the front side to the first decorative surface 152 or the second decorative surface 154 by swinging, although the decorative surface 152 that faces the front side does not change during forward and backward movement. It is like that. In the decorative movable body 150 of the embodiment, the first decorative surface 152 extends in a substantially parallel relationship with the game board surface in the forward / backward posture, and the second decorative surface 154 in the swinging posture is the first to first of the cover member 112. The three steps 112a, 112b, 112c extend in a tilted relationship with respect to the game board surface along the mountain shape (see FIG. 9 or FIG. 26).

  The decorative movable body 150 is set so that the first decorative surface 152 is substantially aligned with the front surface of the cover member 112, and the width in the front-rear direction of the second decorative surface 154 in the advancing / retreating posture is compared with the first decorative surface 152. (See FIG. 19 or 20). Further, the decorative movable body 150 has the same width in the left-right direction on the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154. The decorative movable body 150 has a first decorative surface 152 extending in front of the third stepped portion 112c of the cover member at the standby position in the forward / backward posture, and the cover member 112 is formed by the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154. Is covered (see FIG. 21). In addition, the decorative movable body 150 is a standby position in the forward / backward posture, the second decorative surface 154 is positioned on the upper front side of the first stepped portion 112a of the cover member 112, and extends backward from the first decorative surface 152. Two decorative surfaces 154 are accommodated in the front-back difference between the first step portion 112a and the third step portion 112c (see FIG. 5 or FIG. 21).

  The decorative movable body 150 is shifted to the lower side with respect to the cover member 112 at the operating position in the forward / backward posture to open the upper region of the first stepped portion 112a, but the second decorative surface 154 has the first position of the cover member 112. A second decorative surface 154 that is located on the lower front side of the first stepped portion 112a and extends rearward from the first decorative surface 152 is accommodated in the front-back difference between the first stepped portion 112a and the third stepped portion 112c. The decorative movable body 150 opens the first stepped portion 112a, the second stepped portion 112b, and the third stepped portion 112c in a swinging posture, and covers the fourth stepped portion 112d of the cover member 112 with the second decorative surface 154. (See FIG. 9 or FIG. 26). The decorative movable body 150 has a swinging posture in which the first decorative surface 152 is positioned below the cover member 112, and the first decorative surface 152 that extends rearward from the second decorative surface 154 is behind the fourth stepped portion 112 d. The unit 42 is accommodated in the front-rear difference from the upper side portion 44b (see FIG. 9). As described above, in the first movable effect device 100, even if the decorative movable body 150 moves forward / backward or swings, the front side of the fourth step portion 112d of the cover member 112 is supported by the first decorative surface 152 or the second decorative surface 154. The first step 112a, the second step 112b, and the third step 112c are always covered (see FIG. 9) and configured to be covered or opened according to the operation of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 9). 5, see FIG. 7 or FIG.

  The decorative movable body 150 is basically constructed of a synthetic resin material that is colorless and transparent, and the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154 are provided with a light diffusion structure (see FIG. 22). In addition, the decorative movable body 150 is provided with decorative portions 152a and 154a that match the motif of the pachinko machine on each of the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154 (see FIG. 22 or FIG. 24). The basic light diffusing structure of the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154 is an uneven shape, and the decorative portion 152a provided on the first decorative surface 152 is a polished glass-like light diffusing structure. Has been. In addition, the decorative portion 154a of the second decorative surface 154 is provided with a portion configured to be colored and transparent. That is, the decorative movable body 150 is configured so that the shapes (design shapes) of the decorative portions 152a and 154a and the light diffusing structure are different between the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154, and the first movable surface 150 is moved by the swing. By switching between the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154, the design shape and the light diffusion mode can be switched.

  The arm 156 of the decorative movable body 150 is a plate-like portion extending rearward from each side edge of the first decorative surface 152, and the extended end (rear end) is further on the display unit 26 side (downward). It is extended and formed in a substantially inverted “L” shape in side view (see FIG. 34, FIG. 35 or FIG. 38). The arm 156 is formed integrally with the first decorative surface 152. Each arm 156 is inserted from the front side into the arm insertion groove 106b of the apparatus main body 106 on the corresponding side, and is supported so as to be able to move forward and backward and swing with respect to the side covers 116 and 124 on the corresponding side (see FIG. 31). When the decorative movable body 150 is swung, the arm 156 opens downwardly between a portion extending backward from the first decorative surface 152 of the arm 156 and a portion extending downward from the extended end. The mounting boss portion 109 that protrudes from the lower end of the base member 108 and the lower surface of the cover member 112 that covers the lower side of the mounting boss portion 109 and contacts the inner side surfaces of the side covers 116 and 124 are accommodated in the recessed portion. (See FIG. 26). As described above, the decorative movable body 150 can avoid the interference between the arm 156 and the apparatus main body portion 106 when swinging, so that the swingable range can be set wide.

  A second drive mechanism for operating the decorative movable body 150 will be described. The second drive mechanism includes a support shaft (first shaft) 158 that supports the decorative movable body 150 in a swingable manner, a first guide portion (first guide portion) 160 that guides the support shaft 158, and a support. An operating shaft (second shaft) 162 provided apart from the shaft 158, a second guide portion (second guide portion) 164 for guiding the operating shaft 162, and the operating shaft 162 and the second guide portion 164. And an actuating motor (driving means) 168 that relatively moves forward and backward along the first guide portion 160 (see FIG. 34, FIG. 35, FIG. 38, or FIG. 39). Further, the second drive mechanism has an operating means 170 for transmitting the power of the operating motor 168 (see FIG. 30, FIG. 31, FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The second drive mechanism includes a plurality of decorative movable bodies 150 according to a change in the relative positional relationship between the support shaft 158 guided by the first guide portion 160 and the operation shaft 162 guided by the second guide portion 164. (See FIG. 38). That is, the second drive mechanism slides and displaces the decorative movable body 150 by guiding while maintaining the relative positional relationship between the support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 (see FIG. 38 (a)). By setting the relative positional relationship between 162 and the support shaft 164 to change (see FIG. 38B), the decorative movable body 150 is rotationally displaced about the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum.

  The support shaft 158 is provided such that the axis extends in the direction along the game board surface. In the embodiment, the support shaft 158 is formed so that the axis extends parallel to the upper side of the display unit 26. The support shaft 158 has a cylindrical shape, and is provided in a laterally symmetrical positional relationship between the left and right arms 156 and 156 (see FIG. 35). The left and right support shafts 158 and 158 protrude from the outer surface of the arm 156 in a direction away from each other, and the support shaft 158 provided on the right arm 156 is a first right cover portion 118 of the right side cover 116. The support shaft 158 provided on the left arm 156 protrudes toward the first left cover 126 of the left side cover 124. Further, each support shaft 158 is provided on the display unit 26 side (lower part) at the extended end of the arm 156 (see FIG. 38 or FIG. 39).

  The operating shaft 162 is formed such that its axis extends in the same direction as the axis of the support shaft 158, and is provided in a relationship parallel to the support shaft 158. That is, the operating shaft 162 is provided such that the axis extends in a direction along the game board surface, and in the embodiment, the operating shaft 162 is formed so that the axis extends parallel to the upper side of the display unit 26. Further, the operating shaft 162 has a cylindrical shape, and is provided in a laterally symmetrical positional relationship between the left and right arms 156 and 156 (see FIG. 35). The left and right operating shafts 162, 162 project from the outer surface of the arm 156 so as to be separated from each other, and the operating shaft 162 provided on the right arm 156 is the first right cover portion 118 of the right side cover 116. The operating shaft 162 provided on the left arm 156 protrudes toward the first left cover 126 of the left side cover 124. Further, each operating shaft 162 is provided on the side (upper part) away from the display unit 26 at the extended end of the arm 156, and is disposed slightly in front of the support shaft 158 in the forward / backward posture of the decorative movable body 150 ( (See FIG. 38 (a)).

  The first guide portion 160 is provided so as to extend in a direction intersecting with the axis of the support shaft 158, and is supported along the extending direction of the first guide portion 160 while being engaged with the support shaft 158. The shaft 158 is configured to be guided (see FIG. 38 or FIG. 39). Here, the first guide portion 160 is provided so as to extend linearly. The first guide portion 160 according to the embodiment is formed such that the long side extends along the direction (vertical direction) in which the upper side portion 44 b of the back unit 42 advances and retreats with respect to the display portion 26. The first guide portion 160 has a long hole shape in which the width of the short side is set to be substantially the same as the outer dimension (outer diameter) of the support shaft 158 (see FIG. 31 or FIG. 32). While accommodating and restricting movement in the direction along the short side, movement in the direction along the long side is allowed.

  The first guide portion 160 is provided on each of the side covers 116 and 124 facing the outer surface of the arm 156, and the first guide portions 160 and 160 forming a pair on the left and right sides are symmetrical with respect to the decorative movable body 150. They are arranged in a positional relationship. That is, the first guide portion 160 that supports the right support shaft 158 is formed through the plate portion facing the right arm 156 in the first right cover portion 118 of the right side cover 116, and supports the left support shaft 158. The first guide portion 160 is formed to penetrate through a plate portion facing the left arm 156 in the first left cover portion 126 of the left side cover 124. The first guide portion 160 is formed so that the longitudinal side extends from the intermediate portion in the vertical direction of the first right cover portion 118 and the first left cover portion 126 to the lower portion, and is biased to the rear side in the front-rear direction. (See FIG. 31 or FIG. 32). In the second drive mechanism, in the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, the support shaft 158 is positioned at the upper end of the first guide portion 160 (see FIG. 38 (a)), and the operating position of the decorative movable body 150 and the forward / backward posture and the swinging motion. In the posture displacement between the moving posture, the support shaft 158 is configured to be positioned at the lower end of the first guide portion 160 (see FIG. 38B).

  The second guide portion 164 is provided so as to extend in a direction intersecting the axis of the operating shaft 162 and operates along the extending direction of the second guide portion 164 while being engaged with the operating shaft 162. The shaft 162 is configured to guide (see FIG. 38 or FIG. 39). The second guide part 164 is provided so as to be continuous with the first guide line 160 (first guide line: straight line portion) 165 and the first guide line 165, and extends in an arc shape. The second guideline (second guideline: straight line portion) 166 is provided (see FIG. 32 or FIG. 33). The first guide line 165 is provided so as to extend linearly in a parallel relationship with the linear first guide part 160. In other words, the second guide portion 164 of the embodiment is formed such that the long side of the first guide line 165 extends along the direction (vertical direction) of the upper side portion 44b of the back unit 42 with respect to the display portion 26. Is done. The second guide portion 164 is formed such that the long side of the second guide line 166 extends in an arc shape, and the arc shape of the second guide line 166 is defined by the long side. The second guide portion 164 has a long hole shape in which the width of the short side is set to be substantially the same as the outer dimension (outer diameter) of the operating shaft 162 (see FIG. 31), and accommodates the operating shaft 162. While restricting movement in the direction along the short side, movement in the direction along the long side is allowed.

  The second guideline 166 of the embodiment is formed in an arc shape centering on the support shaft 158 (see FIG. 38B or FIG. 39B). More specifically, the second guideline 166 follows a trajectory drawn when the operating shaft 162 is rotated around the support shaft 158 with reference to the case where the support shaft 158 is positioned at the lower end of the first guide portion 160. Is formed. Further, the second guide line 166 is provided so as to bend in a direction away from the first guide part 160 with respect to the first guide line 165 (see FIG. 32 or FIG. 33). The second guide line 166 has an arc shape that is biased toward the front side as it is away from the first guide line 165, that is, has a curved shape that is convex toward the front side. In addition, the connection part of the 1st guideline 165 and the 2nd guideline 166 is smoothly connected to the 2nd guide part 164. FIG.

  The second guide portions 164 are respectively provided on the side covers 116 and 124 facing the outer surface of the arm 156, and the second guide portions 164 and 164 that form a pair on the left and right sides are symmetrical with respect to the decorative movable body 150. They are arranged in a positional relationship. That is, the second guide portion 164 that supports the right operating shaft 162 is formed through the plate portion of the first right cover portion 118 of the right side cover 116 that faces the right arm 156. On the other hand, the second guide portion 164 that supports the left operating shaft 162 is formed through the plate portion facing the left arm 156 in the first left cover portion 126 of the left side cover 124. The second guide part 164 is formed so that the longitudinal side of the first guide line 165 extends from the upper part in the vertical direction of the first right cover part 118 and the first left cover part 126 to the intermediate part. The first guide line 165 is disposed at a position biased to the front side from the guide portion 160 (see FIG. 32 or FIG. 33). The second guide portion 164 is formed such that the long side of the second guide line 166 extends from an intermediate portion in the vertical direction of the first right cover portion 118 and the first left cover portion 126 to the lower portion thereof. A second guideline 166 is arranged on the front side of 160. In addition, the second guide part 164 has a first guide line 165 positioned above the first guide part 160 overlapping a part of the first guide part 160 in the front-rear direction, so that the space above the first guide part 160 is increased. We use effectively.

  The support shaft 158 and the operating shaft 162 are composed of a shaft rod and a shaft cap that is rotatably fitted to the shaft rod (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The shaft bar is a metal round bar, and the right end is fixed to the arm 156. The shaft cap is a synthetic resin molded product, and has a cylindrical main body having a through hole formed in accordance with the outer diameter of the shaft rod, and is formed so as to extend radially outward at one end of the cylindrical main body. It is comprised from the made flange. The support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 are attached with shaft caps by fitting through holes with shaft rods inserted into the corresponding guide portions 160 and 164. Note that the shaft cap has an outer diameter of the flange larger than the short side of the shaft groove, and an opening protrusion 160a provided so as to protrude from the inner surface of the opening edge of the corresponding guide portion 160, 164 toward the decorative movable body 150. , 164a (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35), the flange comes into contact.

  In the second driving mechanism, the operating shaft 162 is positioned at the upper end of the first guide line 165 at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 38A or 39A), and the operating position of the decorative movable body 150 is Thus, the operating shaft 162 is positioned at the connection site between the guide line 165 and the second guide line 166. The operating shaft 162 is positioned at the lower end of the second guide line 166 in the swinging posture of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 38A or FIG. 39A). In addition, the second drive mechanism is supported by the lower end portion of the first guide portion 160 when the operation shaft 162 moves to the second guideline 166 as the operation shaft 162 and the second guide portion 164 move relative to each other. The shaft 158 is configured to restrict movement. That is, in the second drive mechanism, the operating shaft 162 is guided to the second guideline 166 while the support shaft 158 is restricted in movement at the lower end portion of the first guideline 165 during the swinging displacement.

  The second drive mechanism is configured to move at least one of the support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 forward and backward in the direction along the longitudinal side of the first guide portion 160 by the operation motor 168. In the second drive mechanism of the embodiment, the operating means 170 connected to the operating motor 168 is linked to the right operating shaft 162 (see FIG. 31), and this operating shaft 162 is along the longitudinal side of the first guide portion 160. The working shaft 162 is displaced relative to the second guide portion 164 by moving forward and backward in the direction (vertical direction in the embodiment). In the first movable effect device 100, the support shaft 158 and the operating shaft 162 provided on the arm 156 are displaced in conjunction with each other, and the decorative movable body 150 is maintained in the posture while the operating shaft 162 is guided by the first guide line 165. The decorative movable body 150 is swung while the operating shaft 162 is guided by the second guide line 166 by moving forward and backward.

  The operating motor 168 is attached to the outer surface of the third right cover 122 of the right side cover 116 (see FIGS. 15 to 19), and the output shaft 168a is connected to the second right cover through the third right cover 122. 120 is provided so as to protrude into the second storage space 116b defined between the first right cover part 120 and the third right cover part 120. The operation motor 168 is disposed at the center on the right side surface of the apparatus main body 106 (see FIG. 19). In addition, as the operating motor 168, a motor that can be driven in forward and reverse rotation is used, and for example, a stepping motor is suitable.

  In the second drive mechanism, the operation means 170 that transmits power from the operation motor 168 to the operation shaft 162 will be described. The operating means 170 includes a first operating gear 172 fixed to the output shaft 168 a of the operating motor 168, a second operating gear (rotating tool) 174 that meshes with the first operating gear 172, and the rotation of the second operating gear 174. An interlocking shaft 176 that is provided at a position deviated from the center and rotates together with the second operating gear 174 is provided (see FIG. 34, FIG. 35, or FIG. 37). The actuating means 170 is linked to the interlocking shaft 176, and moves the slide member 178 that slides in the vertical direction in conjunction with the displacement of the interlocking shaft 176 in the vertical direction (the direction along the longitudinal side of the first guide portion 160). The operating shaft 162 is linked to the slide member 178 (see FIG. 38). That is, in the actuating means 170, the rotational drive of the actuating motor 168 is converted into a linear slide displacement of the slide member 178 by the linkage of the interlocking shaft 176 and the slide member 178.

  The first operating gear 172 and the second operating gear 174 are accommodated in a second accommodating space 116b between the second right cover 120 and the third right cover 122 in the right side cover 116 (see FIG. 37). . The second operating gear 174 is supported between the left and right sides with the rotation shaft sandwiched between the opposing surfaces of the second right cover portion 120 and the third right cover portion 122, and is rotationally displaced under engagement with the slide member 178. The interlocking shaft 176 that converts to slide displacement can be stably rotated and displaced. The second operating gear 174 has a rotation shaft disposed on the front side of the output shaft 168a protruding from the rear side biased portion of the right side cover 116 (see FIG. 37), and meshes with each other on the front side of the first operating gear 172. . The first operating gear 172 and the second operating gear 174 of the embodiment are both spur gears.

  The interlocking shaft 176 is provided on an arm portion 175 extending radially outward from the outer peripheral edge of the second operating gear 174 (see FIG. 30 or FIG. 37). The interlocking shaft 176 has a cylindrical shape and is formed to protrude rearward from the rear surface of the arm portion 175 (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The interlocking shaft 176 is provided between the first right covering portion 118 and the second right covering portion 120 via the shaft groove 121 formed through the second right covering portion 120 in accordance with the rotation locus of the interlocking shaft 176. 1 is projected into the accommodation space 116a (see FIG. 30). The shaft groove 121 has an arc shape centered on the rotation axis of the second operation gear 174, and has an upper end located on a vertical line passing through the rotation center of the second operation gear 174 or slightly shifted from the vertical line. The lower end is located on the vertical line. That is, the shaft groove 121 is provided in a range slightly exceeding 180 ° or 180 ° with the rotation axis of the second operating gear 174 as the center, and the interlocking shaft 176 can be rotationally displaced in a range of 180 °. ing. Further, the interlocking shaft 176 is set so as to mainly rotate and displace in a region on the rear side of the rotating shaft of the second operating gear 174, and the shaft groove 121 correspondingly corresponds to the rotating shaft of the second operating gear 174. It is mainly formed on the rear side.

  The interlocking shaft 176 includes a shaft rod and a shaft cap that is rotatably fitted to the shaft rod (see FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The shaft bar is a metal round bar, and the right end is fixed to the arm 175. The shaft cap is a synthetic resin molded product, and has a cylindrical main body having a through hole formed in accordance with the outer diameter of the shaft rod, and is formed so as to extend radially outward at one end of the cylindrical main body. It is comprised from the made flange. The interlocking shaft 176 is attached with a shaft cap by fitting a through hole with a shaft rod protruding to the left of the second right cover 120 via the shaft groove 121. Note that the shaft cap has a support protrusion provided so that the outer diameter of the flange is set larger than the short side of the shaft groove 121 and protrudes to the left from the opening edge of the shaft groove 121 on the left surface of the second right cover portion 120. A flange comes into contact with (not shown).

  The slide member 178 is a substantially rectangular plate member made of a synthetic resin material, and is accommodated in a first accommodation space 116a between the first right cover 118 and the second right cover 120 (see FIG. 31). Here, the slide member 178 is allowed to move in the direction along the longitudinal side of the first guide portion 160 (in the embodiment, the vertical direction), while the movement in the front-rear direction and the horizontal direction other than the vertical direction is the first right. It is regulated by the cover 118 and the second right cover 120. The sliding member 178 is formed with a long hole-shaped interlocking port 180 extending in the direction intersecting with the movement permissible direction of the slide member 178 (the front-rear direction in the embodiment), and this interlocking port 180. In parallel, the working port 182 is formed through (see FIG. 31). That is, the operating port 182 has a long hole shape similar to that of the interlocking port 180, and is formed such that the long side extends in a direction (in the embodiment, the front-rear direction) intersecting the movement allowable direction of the slide member 178. . In the slide member 178, the interlocking port 180 and the operating port 182 are arranged in a vertical relationship, and the operating port 182 is provided below the interlocking port 180.

  In the slide member 178, the width in the longitudinal direction of the interlocking port 180 is set to be equal to or longer than the displacement width in the front-rear direction of the interlocking shaft 176 accompanying the rotation of the second operating gear 174. Further, the slide member 178 is configured such that when the slide member 178 is moved in the vertical direction, the interlocking port 180 overlaps with the displacement range in the front-rear direction of the interlocking shaft 176 accompanying the rotation of the second operating gear 174. On the other hand, the width of the interlocking port 180 is set according to the outer diameter of the interlocking shaft 176. Then, an interlocking shaft 176 that projects into the first accommodation space 116a through the shaft groove 121 is inserted into the interlocking port 180 of the slide member 178 (see FIG. 31). The slide member 178 slides in the vertical direction in conjunction with the vertical displacement of the interlocking shaft 176 while allowing the displacement of the interlocking shaft 176 in the longitudinal direction with the front-back width of the interlocking port 180. .

  In the slide member 178, the width in the longitudinal direction of the operation port 182 is set to be the same as or longer than the displacement width in the front-rear direction of the operation shaft 162 accompanying the guidance by the second guide portion 164. On the other hand, the width of the working port 182 in the short direction is set according to the outer diameter of the working shaft 162 (see FIG. 31). When the slide member 178 moves the slide member 178 in the vertical direction, the operation port 182 overlaps with a range of displacement in the front-rear direction of the operation shaft 162 as the operation shaft 162 swings with the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum. Configured. Then, an operating shaft 162 protruding into the first accommodation space 116a is inserted into the operating port 182 of the slide member 178 via the second guide portion 164 (see FIG. 31). The slide member 178 slides up and down in conjunction with the interlocking shaft 176, thereby allowing the operating shaft 162 to move up and down while allowing the displacement of the operating shaft 162 guided by the second guide portion 164 in the front-rear direction. It is supposed to move. In the second drive mechanism, in conjunction with the vertical movement of the operating shaft 162 by the slide member 178, the support shaft 158 is also vertically moved along the first guide portion 160 within a range where the movement is not restricted by the first guide portion 160. It is supposed to move.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the first guide portion 160 and the second guide portion 164 are formed through the first right cover portion (first plate portion) 118 facing the arm 156 of the decorative movable body 150 ( 32), a slide member 178 is provided so as to be capable of moving forward and backward between the first right cover portion 118 and the second right cover portion (second plate portion) 120 facing the first right cover portion 118. In the first movable effect device 100, the operating shaft 162 provided on the decorative movable body 150 is inserted into the operating port 182 of the slide member 178 via the second guide portion 164, and the operating shaft 162 with respect to the slide member 178. Are linked (see FIG. 31). In this manner, the driving force is applied from the operating motor 168 to the decorative movable body 150 by sandwiching the slide member 178 between the opposing plate portions between the first right cover portion 118 and the second right cover portion 120. The transmitting slide member 178 can be stably supported, and the decorative movable body 150 can operate smoothly without rattling.

  The first right cover portion 118 of the right side cover 116 is formed with a restricting piece 118b protruding on the right surface facing the slide member 178 (see FIG. 31 or FIG. 34). The restricting piece 118b is formed across the top and bottom of the first right cover portion 118 at a position spaced from the front wall extending to the front side of the first right cover portion 118 by the longitudinal dimension of the slide member 178. The slide member 178 is disposed between the front wall of the first right cover portion 118 and the restriction piece 118b, and is sandwiched between the front wall and the restriction piece 118b to restrict movement in the front-rear direction (see FIG. 31). The slide member 178 is provided with a plurality of contact projections 178a protruding forward at the front edge and spaced apart vertically, and a plurality of contact projections 178a protruding rearward at the rear edge and spaced apart vertically. In the slide member 178 of the embodiment, the contact protrusions 178a are provided at the upper end and the lower end of the front edge and the rear edge, respectively, and the contact protrusion 178a at the front edge contacts the front wall of the first right cover 118, A rear-end abutment protrusion 178 a abuts on the restriction piece 118 b of the first right cover portion 118. In this manner, the slide member 178 is configured to abut against the front wall or the restriction piece 118b by the abutment protrusion 178a, and by reducing the contact area with the front wall or the restriction piece 118b, the back and forth rattling is achieved. The sliding load accompanying the slide displacement of the slide member 178 is reduced while suppressing the above.

  A support protrusion 118c protruding rightward is provided on the right surface of the first right cover 118 (see FIG. 32). The support protrusion 118c is set such that the protruding dimension from the right surface of the first right cover portion 118 is lower than that of the restriction piece 118b. The first right cover portion 118 has support protrusions on an opening edge of the second guide portion 164, a portion extending up and down on the front side of the second guide portion 164, and a portion along the opening edge on the front side of the first guide portion 160. 118c is provided. On the other hand, on the left surface of the second right cover portion 120, in addition to the support protrusion provided at the opening edge of the shaft groove 121 described above, the first right cover portion 118 extends vertically to the front side of the second guide portion 160. A support protrusion that extends vertically is provided at a position slightly deviated to the rear side from the provided support protrusion 118c, and at a position that is slightly deviated to the front side from the regulating piece 118b of the first right cover 118. Support protrusions (both not shown) are provided. The slide member 178 has a left surface in contact with the support protrusion 118c of the first right cover portion 118 and a right surface in contact with the support protrusion of the second right cover portion 120. Movement is restricted. As described above, the slide member 178 is configured to be supported by the support protrusions of the right cover portions 118 and 120 facing each other, and the contact area with the right cover portions 118 and 120 is reduced, so that rattling in the left-right direction is achieved. The sliding load accompanying the slide displacement of the slide member 178 is reduced while suppressing the above.

  The first right cover portion 118 has an opening projection 160a formed on the left surface facing the right arm of the decorative movable body 150 so as to surround the opening edges of the first guide portion 160 and the second guide portion 164. 164a is provided (see FIG. 24). The support shaft 158 and the operating shaft 162 are configured such that the cylindrical body of the shaft cap described above is inserted into the corresponding guide portions 160 and 164, while the flange of the shaft cap abuts against the opening protrusions 160a and 164a. That is, the apparatus main body 106 reduces the sliding load with the arm 156 (decorative movable body 150) by providing the opening protrusions 160a and 164a on the first right cover 118.

  In the apparatus main body 106, the slide member 178 is accommodated in the first accommodating space 116a between the first right covering portion 118 and the second right covering portion 120 (see FIG. 31). 3 The first operating gear 172 and the second operating gear 174 are accommodated in the second accommodating space 116b between the right cover portion 122 (see FIG. 30). Thus, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can avoid interference of both by accommodating the sliding member 178 and the operating gears 172 and 174 which rotate in the separate accommodation space 116a, 116b. .

  As described above, the decorative movable body 150 includes the pair of arms 156 and 156 that are spaced apart and face each other in the direction along the upper side of the display unit 26 and sandwich the cover member 112 from the left and right sides. The support shafts 158 and 158 and the pair of operating shafts 162 and 162 are supported with respect to the apparatus main body 106 (see FIG. 24). The decorative movable body 150 is provided with an operating motor 168 and an operating means 170 linked to the operating motor 168 on the right support shaft 158 side, and is driven by the operating motor 168 and the operating means 170 via the right operating shaft 162. Is done. That is, the decorative movable body 150 is moved only by the right arm 156 by power.

  The decorative movable body 150 is configured such that the left support shaft 158 is urged by the urging means 184 (see FIG. 33). As the urging unit 184, a unit that does not use a prime mover such as an elastic body such as a spring or rubber is adopted, and in the embodiment, a coil spring is used. The urging means 184 is formed on the left side cover 124 so as to protrude from the left surface of the first left cover 126, and is provided on the fixed piece 126 a located above the first guide 160 and the first left cover 126. It spans between the left support shaft 158 protruding leftward through the first guide portion 160 (see FIG. 33 or FIG. 39). The fixed piece 126 a is provided above the end portion (upper end) of the first guide portion 160 on the side away from the display portion 26, and is disposed on the extending line of the first guide portion 160. The urging means 184 is accommodated in an arrangement space 124a defined between the first left cover 126 and the second left cover 128 in the left side cover 124, and brings the support shaft 158 closer to the fixed piece 126a side. The biasing force works in the direction. That is, a biasing force acts on the left support shaft 158 in a direction away from the display unit 26 (a direction from the operating position toward the standby position) among the directions in which the decorative movable body 150 moves forward and backward with respect to the display unit 26. (See FIG. 39). Further, the biasing means 184 moves to the left side in the direction toward the display unit 26 side of the decorative movable body 150 operated by the second drive mechanism via the right arm 156 (the direction from the standby position toward the operating position). The shaft 158 is pulled by the displacement of the support shaft 158 to extend. In the configuration in which the decorative movable body 150 moves forward and backward like the first movable effect device 100, the biasing force of the biasing means 184 is the same as or smaller than the load of the decorative movable body 150 via the left support shaft 158. Is set.

  The first left cover 126 has an opening protrusion 160 a formed on the right surface facing the left arm 156 of the decorative movable body 150 so as to surround the opening edges of the first guide portion 160 and the second guide portion 164. 164a (see FIG. 24, FIG. 34 or FIG. 35). The support shaft 158 and the operating shaft 162 are configured such that the cylindrical body of the shaft cap described above is inserted into the corresponding guide portions 160 and 164, while the flange of the shaft cap abuts against the opening protrusions 160a and 164a. That is, the apparatus main body part 106 reduces the sliding load with the arm 156 (decorative movable body 150) by providing the first left cover part 126 with the opening protrusions 160a and 160b.

  The first movable effect device 100 includes position detection means for detecting the position of the decorative movable body 150 (see FIG. 30). The position detection unit includes a position sensor unit 186 provided on the fixed side of the apparatus main body unit 106 and the like, and a detection piece 188 that is provided on the operation side of the decorative movable body 150 and the operation unit 170 and is a detection target of the position sensor unit 186 The position of the decorative movable body 150 is determined by detecting the presence or absence of the detection piece 188 by the position sensor unit 186. As the position sensor unit 186, a proximity sensor using light, magnetism, or the like, a mechanical sensor based on a mechanical variation due to contact with the detection piece 188, or the like can be used. In the embodiment, a photo sensor is used. The position sensor unit 186 includes a substrate, and a light emitting unit and a light receiving unit disposed to face one surface of the substrate. The position sensor unit 186 includes a second sensor 120 between the second right cover 120 and the third right cover 122 in the right side cover 116. 2 is installed in the accommodation space 116b (see FIG. 30). More specifically, the position sensor unit 186 is positioned on the front side of the second operating gear 174, and the substrate is sandwiched between the second right cover unit 120 and the third right cover unit 122 (FIG. 15 or FIG. 22). The light emitting part and the light receiving part are installed so as to protrude rearward (see FIG. 40). Here, the position sensor unit 186 is positioned on the front side of the second operating gear 174, and the light emitting unit and the light receiving unit are arranged in a relationship of facing left and right.

  The detection piece 188 is provided so as to extend radially outward from the outer peripheral edge of the second operating gear 174 (see FIG. 30). The detection piece 188 is formed so as to extend from the left peripheral edge of the tooth portion of the second operating gear 174 except for a cutout portion formed only at one place. The first movable effect device 100 is configured such that the notch part faces between the light emitting part and the light receiving part of the position sensor unit 186 at the rotation angle of the second operating gear 174 corresponding to the standby position of the decorative movable body 150. At this time, the interlocking shaft 176 is positioned above the rotation shaft of the second operating gear 174. That is, the first movable effect device 100 is in the standby position of the decorative movable body 150 when the position sensor unit 186 does not detect the detection piece 188, and when the position sensor unit 186 detects the detection piece 188, the decorative movable body 150 is present. Is out of the standby position. In addition, the notch part of the detection piece 188 is set to about the vertical width of the light emitting part and light receiving part of the position sensor part 186.

  The first movable effect device 100 includes a lock mechanism for holding the decorative movable body 150 at the standby position. The lock mechanism includes a position setting of the interlocking shaft 176 at the standby position, and a restricting portion 121a that allows only rotation of the interlocking shaft 176 in a specific direction at the standby position and restricts rotation opposite to the specific direction ( (See FIG. 40). The second drive mechanism displaces the decorative movable body 150 from the standby position to the operating position by the normal rotation of the second operating gear 174, and displaces the decorative movable body 150 to the operating position by the reverse rotation of the second operating gear 174. (See FIG. 37). The interlocking shaft 176 is on a line (see FIG. 40) passing through the center of rotation of the second operating gear 174 along the direction in which the decorative movable body 150 advances and retreats (vertical direction in the embodiment) (see FIG. 40) or the second operating gear from above this line. It is set so that it shifts in the reverse rotation direction of 174 and is positioned at the standby position. Further, the interlocking shaft 176 is located on the side (in the example, the upper side) that is separated from the display unit 26 with the rotation center of the second operating gear 174 interposed therebetween at the standby position. When the second operating gear 174 is rotated forward at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, the interlocking shaft 176 is rotationally displaced toward a region on the rear side of the line passing through the rotation center of the second operating gear 174. ing. As described above, the shaft groove 121 into which the interlocking shaft 176 is inserted has a portion overlapping the line passing through the rotation center of the second operation gear 174 on the upper side of the second operation gear 174 and the rotation center of the second operation gear 174. Is provided in a region on the rear side of the line passing through the center of rotation of the second operating gear 174 across a portion that overlaps the lower side of the second operating gear 174 with respect to the line passing through the second operating gear 174. That is, the interlocking shaft 176 is allowed to be displaced along the shaft groove 121 along the forward rotation of the second operating gear 174, but the displacement of the second operating gear 174 in the reverse rotation direction is restricted at the upper end of the shaft groove 121. Is done. Thus, in the embodiment, the upper end of the shaft groove 121 functions as a restricting portion 121a that restricts the rotation of the interlocking shaft 176 in the reverse rotation direction at the standby position.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the drive motor 132 of the first drive mechanism is provided on the left side cover 124, and the transmission means is provided to the left and left side covers 124 in the rotation space 106a between the base member 108 and the cover member 112. 134 is provided. That is, the drive motor 132 and the transmission means 134 of the first drive mechanism are collectively installed on the left side of the apparatus main body 106. On the other hand, in the first movable effect device 100, the operation motor 168 and the operation means 170 of the second drive mechanism are provided on the right side cover 116, and the operation motor 168 and the operation means 170 of the second drive mechanism are provided in the apparatus main body. The right side of 106 is summarized. As described above, the first movable effect device 100 includes the two movable bodies 130 and 150, the motors 132 and 168 and the means 134 for transmitting the power of the motors 132 and 168 corresponding to the movable bodies 130 and 150. , 170, and a set of motors 132, 168 and means 134, 170 for transmitting the power of the motors 132, 168 are distributed to the left and right with the movable bodies 130, 150 sandwiched therebetween. The first movable effect device 100 can avoid interference of movable parts by distributing the first drive mechanism that operates the rotary movable body 130 and the second drive mechanism that operates the decorative movable body 150 to the left and right in a balanced manner. Can be made compact. Moreover, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can use effectively the space long in the left-right direction of the upper side part 44b of the back unit 42, and can suppress the dimension of the front-back or up-down direction.

  In the first movable effect device 100, transmission gears 140, 142, and 146 that constitute the transmission means 134 of the first drive mechanism are installed in the rotation space 106 a between the base member 108 and the cover member 112, and the device main body 106. The urging means 184 of the second drive mechanism provided on the left side of the left side cover 124 is installed in the arrangement space 124 a of the left side cover 124. Further, the first drive mechanism only connects the output shaft 132a of the drive motor 132 and the transmission shaft 138 by the socket 136 in the arrangement space 124a of the left side cover 124, and the output shaft 132a of the drive motor 132, The socket 136 and the transmission shaft 138 pass in the left-right direction, which is the shortest distance in the arrangement space 124a. In the embodiment, the output shaft 132a, the socket 136, and the transmission shaft 138 of the drive motor 132 are located above the first guide portion 160 in the arrangement space 124a of the left side cover 124 and on the rear side of the first guide line 165. Through. In addition, the output shaft 132a, the socket 136, and the transmission shaft 138 of the drive motor 132 rotate on the spot around their own axis along the left-right direction.

  As described above, in the first movable effect device 100, the guide portions 160 and 164 that support and guide the left support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 are formed in the first left cover portion 126 of the left side cover 124, and the left side. The urging means 184 for urging the support shaft 158 extends into the arrangement space 124 a of the left side cover 124, but the transmission means 134 (the socket 136 and the transmission shaft 138) of the first drive mechanism is used as the left side cover. In 124, it is comprised compactly as mentioned above. Thereby, interference between the components of the first drive mechanism and the components of the second drive mechanism can be avoided, and the guide portions 160 and 164 that support and guide the left support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 can be set large. it can. That is, the decorative movable body 150 can be largely operated by effectively utilizing the limited space of the apparatus main body 106.

  The operation of the rotary movable body 130 will be described. When the drive motor 132 is driven, the transmission shaft 138 connected through the socket 136 fixed to the output shaft 132a of the drive motor 132 is rotated, thereby rotating the first transmission gear 140 (see FIG. 36). The second transmission gear 142 that meshes with the first transmission gear 140 rotates, and the upper rotational movable body 130A is rotated about the axis via the upper gear portion 144 that meshes with the second transmission gear 142. The third transmission gear 146 that meshes with the upper gear portion 144 on the opposite side of the second transmission gear 142 across the axis of the upper rotational movable body 130A rotates, and the lower gear portion 148 that meshes with the third transmission gear 146 rotates. Thus, the lower rotation movable body 130B is rotated around the axis. Here, since the lower rotation movable body 130B is rotated by the third transmission gear 146 that meshes with the upper gear portion 144 of the upper rotation movable body 130A, the upper rotation movable body 130A and the lower rotation movable body 130B are rotated synchronously. The Further, in the transmission means 134, the upper gear portion 144 and the lower gear portion 148 are linked with each other via the third transmission gear 146 instead of directly, so that the rotation direction of the upper rotation movable body 130A and the lower rotation movable body 130B. Are matched.

  When the first movable effect device 100 emits light from the middle light emitting group 104B and the lower light emitting group 104C, light is irradiated to the front side via the rotary movable body 130 located on the front side (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Since the rotary movable body 130 has a light diffusing structure on the peripheral surface, the light of the middle light emitting group 104B and the lower light emitting group 104C is diffused by the light diffusing structure even when the rotary movable body 130 is stationary. . By rotating the rotary movable body 130, the first movable effect device 100 also rotates the light diffusion structure having an irregular uneven shape provided on the peripheral surface of the rotary movable body 130. By rotating around the axis of the rotatable movable body 130, the uneven shape of the light diffusion structure located on the LED 104 side (rear side) and the uneven shape of the light diffusion structure located on the front side across the axis of the rotatable movable body 130 are switched. Thus, the position of the uneven shape of the light diffusion structure changes. Further, the rotation movable body 130 changes the position of the concave / convex shape of the light diffusing structure due to the rotation around the axis, so that the relationship of the concave / convex shape of the light diffusing structure overlapping in the front-rear direction also changes. That is, the rotatable movable body 130 can change the relationship between the light diffusion structure formed on the rotatable movable body and the LED 104 by the rotation.

  As described above, when the uneven shape of the light diffusion structure facing the LED 104 of the rotary movable body 130 is changed, the direction in which the light irradiated from the LED 104 is reflected is changed, and light is transmitted when passing through the peripheral surface of the transparent rotary movable body 130. Since the direction in which the light is refracted also changes, the light diffusion mode by the light diffusion structure can be changed in a complicated manner as the rotary movable body 130 rotates. In addition, since the rotary movable body 130 is cylindrical, the light of the LED 104 does not pass through only one surface, but the light passes through two opposing surfaces, so that light reflection and refraction occur in a composite manner and light diffusion occurs. The aspect changes more complicatedly. As described above, the first movable effect device 100 changes the relationship between the light diffusing structure formed on the rotary movable body 130 and the LED 104 by the rotation of the rotary movable body 130 provided on the front side of the LED 104. In addition to changes in the light emission pattern due to blinking, changes in the light emission color, and the like, the light diffusion mode can be changed in a complex manner, whereby the light emission mode visible to the player can be changed. Therefore, according to the first movable effect device 100, a more effective light emission effect can be performed.

  The first movable effect device 100 is installed so that the rotary movable body 130 overlaps the front side of the plurality of LEDs 104 arranged side by side along the axis of the rotary movable body 130 (see FIG. 21 or FIG. 26). Light can be appropriately incident on the rotary movable body 130 from the LED 104, and the change in the light emission mode accompanying the rotation of the rotary movable body 130 can be more emphasized. Moreover, since the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 is provided with the two rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 which have arrange | positioned the axis line in the parallel relationship, it reflects light between the two rotary movable bodies 130 and 130, and. The change in the light emission mode accompanying the rotation of the rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 can be made more complicated. In addition, since the upper and lower rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 are rotated in the same direction, there is a relevance to the change in the light emission mode due to the rotation of the two rotary movable bodies 130 and 130, and the rotation of the rotary movable bodies 130 and 130. It is possible to further emphasize the change in the light emission mode accompanying the.

  The first movable effect device 100 is provided with a plurality of rotary movable bodies 130 so that the wide range on the front side of the upper light emitting means 102 can be rotated and moved without increasing the outer diameter of each rotary movable body 130. 130. Since the first movable effect device 100 can set the outer diameter of each rotatable movable body 130 to be relatively small, the size of the device main body 106 in the front-rear direction can be made compact, and the decoration movable on the front side of the device main body 106. A space for operating the decorative movable body 150 can be secured by providing the body 150.

  The operation of the decorative movable body 150 will be described. In the first movable effect device 100, the decorative movable body 150 is positioned outside the display unit 26 at the standby position, and covers the entire front surface of the cover member 112 of the device main body 106 (see FIGS. 2 to 5). Further, in the movable movable body 150, the entire second decorative surface 154 is positioned on the rear side of the decorative member 46 at the standby position, and the second decorative surface 154 is hidden by the decorative member 46 (see FIG. 2). In the first movable effect device 100, the decorative movable body 150 is slid along the game board surface from the standby position toward the display unit 26 side (downward). Since the displacement of the non-interlocking shaft 176 is restricted, it can be reliably held at the standby position.

  The first movable effect device 100 positively drives the operating motor 168, whereby the second operating gear 174 is rotated in the normal rotation direction via the first operating gear 172 (see FIG. 37). At this time, the locking mechanism does not work, and the interlocking shaft 176 is displaced along the shaft groove 121 as the second operating gear 174 rotates forward. Since the interlocking shaft 176 is inserted into the interlocking port 180 of the slide member 178, the lower edge of the interlocking port 180 is pushed by the interlocking shaft 176 that is rotationally displaced in the normal rotation direction around the rotation center of the second operating gear 174. Thus, the slide member 178 slides and displaces to the display unit 26 side (downward) (see FIG. 37). Here, since the interlocking port 180 has a longitudinal side extending in the front-rear direction, displacement in the front-rear direction accompanying the rotation of the interlocking shaft 176 is allowed along the longitudinal side of the interlocking port 180, so that the slide member 178. However, the sliding displacement is interlocked only with the vertical displacement of the interlocking shaft 176. Since the operation shaft 162 on the right side of the decorative movable body 150 is inserted into the operation port 182 of the slide member 178, the operation shaft 162 is pushed downward by being pushed by the upper edge of the operation port 182 as the slide member 178 is displaced downward. Move (see FIG. 38). Thus, according to the operating means 170, the operating motor is operated by the linkage between the interlocking shaft 176 that rotates and displaces with the rotation of the second operating gear 174 and the interlocking port 180 of the slide member 178 into which the interlocking shaft 176 is inserted. The rotation of 168 can be smoothly converted into the forward / backward movement of the slide member 178.

  The operating shaft 162 located at the upper end of the first guide line 165 of the second guide portion 164 is linearly moved downward while being guided by the first guide line 165 formed linearly in conjunction with the slide member 178. Displace (see FIG. 38). Further, the decorative movable body 150 and the support shaft 158 provided on the decorative movable body 150 are displaced downward in accordance with the downward displacement of the operating shaft 162. The decorative movable body 150 is guided by a first guideline 165 in which the operating shaft 162 extends linearly along the game board surface, and a first guide portion in which the support shaft 158 extends linearly along the game board surface. 160, the relative positional relationship between the operating shaft 162 and the support shaft 158 does not change, so that the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side and keeps advancing and retracting along the game board surface toward the display unit 26 side. It slides and displaces (see FIG. 38A). The decorative movable body 150 moves one of the operation shafts 162 (right side in the embodiment) by the operation motor 168 so that the left and right operation shafts 162 and 162 and the left and right support shafts 158 and 158 respectively move the decoration movable body 150. The entire decorative movable body 150 operates under the guidance of the corresponding guide portions 160 and 164 formed in a symmetrical relationship with respect to the sandwich. The left support shaft 158 is displaced against the urging force of the urging means 184 when the slidable displacement toward the display unit 26 of the movable decorative body 150 is performed (see FIG. 39).

  The first movable effect device 100 reversely drives the operating motor 168 between a position shifted from the standby position toward the operating position and the operating position, whereby the second operating gear 174 is connected via the first operating gear 172. Is rotated in the reverse direction. The slide member 178 is slid to the side (upward) away from the display unit 26 when the upper edge of the interlocking port 180 is pushed by the interlocking shaft 176 that rotates in the reverse rotation direction around the rotation center of the second operating gear 174. To do. Further, the operating shaft 162 is pushed by the lower edge of the operating port 182 and moves upward as the slide member 178 is displaced upward. At this time, the operating shaft 162 is linearly displaced upward while being guided by the first guide line 165 formed linearly in conjunction with the slide member 178. Further, the decorative movable body 150 and the support shaft 158 provided on the decorative movable body 150 are displaced upward in accordance with the upward displacement of the operation shaft 162. The decorative movable body 150 is guided by a first guideline 165 in which the operating shaft 162 extends linearly along the game board surface, and a first guide portion in which the support shaft 158 extends linearly along the game board surface. Since the relative positional relationship between the operating shaft 162 and the support shaft 158 is not changed by being guided by 160, the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side and is separated from the display unit 26 while maintaining the forward / backward posture along the game board surface. The slide is displaced toward the side.

  As described above, the first movable effect device 100 drives the operating motor 168 forward and backward with the operating shaft 162 guided by the first guideline 165, so that the decorative movable body 150 is maintained in the advancing / retreating posture. The display unit 26 can be moved back and forth along the line. The first movable effect device 100 can move the decorative movable body 150 forward and backward by an arbitrary width between the standby position and the operation position by controlling the number of steps of the operation motor 168 or the like. Moreover, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can move the decoration movable body 150 forward / backward with the forward / backward attitude | position being maintained by arbitrary cycles by the repetitive control of the forward / reverse drive of the operation motor 168.

  In the first movable effect device 100, when the slide member 178 is further displaced downward by the positive drive of the operation motor 168 at the operating position of the decorative movable body 150, the operation shaft 162 is further displaced downward in conjunction with the slide member 178 ( 37), the first guideline 165 shifts to the second guideline 166 and is guided along the curved shape of the second guideline 166 (see FIG. 38). Since the operation shaft 162 is guided by the second guide line 166 having a curved shape, the relative positional relationship is changed so as to be displaced away from the support shaft 158 to the front side. Therefore, the first decorative surface of the decorative movable body 150 is changed. The posture is displaced so that 152 tilts forward with the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum. The support shaft 158 is restricted to move to the lower end portion of the first guide portion 160 during the displacement of the posture from the forward / backward posture to the swinging posture (see the dotted line in FIG. 38B), and the operating shaft 162 is in a state where the support shaft 158 is stopped. Is guided along the second guideline 166 in an arc shape centered on the fulcrum. Here, the operating shaft 162 is displaced in the front-rear direction together with the vertical displacement pushed by the slide member 178 by being guided by the curved second guide line 166, but the operating port 182 has a longitudinal side in the front-rear direction. Because of the elongated hole shape that extends, displacement of the operating shaft 162 in the front-rear direction with respect to the slide member 178 is allowed. As described above, when the operating shaft 162 is guided by the curved second guide line 166, the decorative movable body 150 changes the positional relationship of the front and rear of the operating shaft 162 with respect to the support shaft 158 as it is displaced downward. The rocker 152 swings from the forward / backward posture along the game board surface so as to tilt forward with the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum. Then, when the operating shaft 162 is positioned at the lower end portion of the second guide line 166 (see FIG. 38B), the decorative movable body 150 is in a swinging posture in which the second decorative surface 154 faces the front side. The decorative surface facing the front and back switches to the forward / backward posture.

  In the first movable effect device 100, when the slide member 178 is displaced upward by the reverse drive of the operation motor 168 with the swinging posture of the decorative movable body 150, the operation shaft 162 follows the second guideline 166 in conjunction with the slide member 178. Displace upward under the guidance. At this time, since the operating shaft 162 is displaced toward the rear side approaching the support shaft 158, the posture is displaced so that the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150 tilts rearward with the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum. Here, when the operation shaft 162 is guided by the second guide line 166 having a curved shape centering on the support shaft 158, the position of the support shaft 158 that is the center does not change, so that the support shaft 158 stops at the initial stage. In this state, only the operation shaft 162 is displaced along the second guide line 166, and the operation shaft 162 and the support shaft 158 are displaced along the corresponding guide portions 160 and 166 from the middle. In this way, when the operating shaft 162 is guided by the curved second guide line 166, the decorative movable body 150 changes its front-rear positional relationship with respect to the support shaft 158 as it is displaced upward. The surface 154 faces the front side and swings from the swinging posture along the game board surface so as to tilt backward with the support shaft 158 as a fulcrum. Then, when the operating shaft 162 is positioned at the connection site between the first guideline 165 and the second guideline 166, the decorative movable body 150 is in a forward / backward posture in which the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side along the game board surface. The decorative surface that faces is switched to the swinging posture. Further, the first movable effect device 100 regulates the downward movement of the support shaft 158 at the lower end of the first guide portion 160 when the decorative movable body 150 is displaced between the forward / backward posture and the swinging posture. Can be rocked stably.

  In the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, the first movable effect device 100 is positioned on the upper and outer sides of the display unit 26 so that the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side, and at least the second decorative surface 154 has the display unit 26. It is comprised so that it may hide behind the decoration member 46 fixed to the upper outer side (refer FIGS. 2-5). Further, the first movable effect device 100 linearly reciprocates with respect to the display unit 26 while maintaining the forward / backward posture between the movable movable body 150 and the operation position deviated from below the decorative member 46. It is like that. The decorative movable body 150 swings on the display unit 26 side beyond the operating position with the axis line along the upper side of the display unit 26 as a fulcrum (see FIG. 6 or FIG. 7), and faces the front side. It is swung to switch to 152 or the second decorative surface 154. In the forward / backward posture, the decorative movable body 150 is attached so that the first decorative surface 152 and the second decorative surface 154 extend on the front side of the apparatus main body portion 106 protruding forward from the display surface of the display unit 26. The second decorative surface 154 is accommodated on the front side of the stepped portion formed by the third stepped portion 112c and the first stepped portion 112a of the apparatus main body 106 (see FIG. 5). On the other hand, the decorative movable body 150 has the first decorative surface 152 on the display unit 26 side (lower side) of the device main body 106 when the second decorative surface 154 faces the front side in a swinging posture. It accommodates in the level | step-difference part of the front surface of 106, and the display surface of the display part 26 (refer FIG. 9). As described above, the first movable effect device 100 effectively uses the stepped portion formed between the display surface of the display unit 26 and the device main body unit 106 to provide the first decorative surface 152 of the swinging decorative movable body 150. By housing, the decorative movable body 150 can be greatly swung, and the decorative movable body 150 can be set large.

  As described above, the first movable effect device 100 includes the support shaft 158 and the operation shaft 162 that are guided along the first guide portion 160 while the operation shaft 162 is guided along the first guide line 165. Since the relative positional relationship does not change, the decorative movable body 150 can be moved back and forth along the first guide portion 160. Further, while the operation shaft 162 is guided along the second guide line 166, the relative positional relationship between the support shaft 158 supported by the first guide portion 160 and the operation shaft 162 changes, and the operation shaft 162 is moved. The decorative movable body 150 is swung while being guided along the arcuate second guide line 166. As described above, the first movable effect device 100 moves or swings the decorative movable body 150 with the single operation motor 168 by the simple second drive mechanism based on the relationship between the shafts 158 and 162 and the guide portions 160 and 162. You can switch to And the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can expand the width | variety of an operational presentation by operating the decoration movable body 150 in a different aspect, and can perform the operational presentation which attracts a player more. In addition, the first movable effect device 100 changes the relationship between the shafts 158, 162 and the guide portions 160, 162, so that the range of forward / backward movement, the range of rocking, the direction of rocking, the forward / backward movement and rocking are The order can be changed easily and the degree of freedom in design is high. Moreover, the first movable effect device 100 can switch the forward / backward movement or the swing of the decorative movable body 150 according to the relationship between the shafts 158 and 162 driven by one operating motor 168 and the guide portions 160 and 162. Thus, the second drive mechanism can be made compact. Therefore, according to the first movable effect device 100, the operation of the decorative movable body 150 that is displaced in two modes, that is, forward / backward movement and swinging, can be achieved by a simple and compact second drive mechanism using one operating motor 168. obtain.

  The first movable effect device 100 forms the first guide part 160 in a straight line extending toward the display part 26 along the game board surface, and the first guide line 165 of the second guide part 164 is the first guide. By forming in a straight line parallel to the portion 160, the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150 can move forward and backward with respect to the display portion 26 while maintaining the posture along the game board surface. When the decorative movable body 150 is displaced downward from the standby position toward the operation position, the range that protrudes from the outside of the display unit 26 to the front side of the display unit 26 and overlaps the front side of the display unit 26 in a swinging posture is maximized. (See FIG. 8). Thus, it is easier to gather the player's attention by moving the decorative movable body 150 toward the display unit 26 being watched by the player. In addition, when the ornamental movable body 150 is linearly slid and displaced during the forward / backward movement, the difference in motion between the ornamental movable body 150 and the swing displacement of the ornamental movable body 150 increases, which is unexpected due to switching between the forward / backward movement and the swing. Increase.

  The second guide line 166 of the second guide part 164 is curved so as to be away from the first guide part 160 with respect to the first guide line 165 (see FIG. 32 or FIG. 33). For example, when the second guide line 166 is juxtaposed in the front-rear direction, the extension line of the second guide line 166 and the radius of the curve are set large without the extension line of the second guide line 166 crossing the first guide part 160. can do. And the decoration movable body 150 can be rock | fluctuated largely by setting the extension length and curve radius of the 2nd guideline 166 large.

  For example, when performing an operation of switching the decorative surfaces 152 and 154 by swinging like the decorative movable body 150, not only the first decorative surface 152 facing the front side in the forward and backward posture, but also the second decorative surface facing the front side after switching. If even 154 is seen from the front side, the effect of switching the decorative surfaces 152 and 154 is reduced. In particular, the decorative movable body 150 is formed so that the second decorative surface 154 extends obliquely with respect to the first decorative surface 152, so that the second decorative surface 154 can be easily seen from the front side. The second decorative surface 154 can be concealed behind the member 46 (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 3). According to the first movable effect device 100, the second decorative surface 154 is hidden behind the decorative member 46 in the forward / backward posture of the decorative movable body 150, and only the first decorative surface 152 can be visually recognized from the front side. The unexpectedness at the time of switching from the 1st decoration surface 152 to the 2nd decoration surface 154 in the position remove | deviated from 46 can increase, and the presentation effect by switching of the decoration surfaces 152 and 154 can be improved.

  The first movable effect device 100 has a rear surface parallel to the decorative member 46 extending along the game board surface between the standby position where the decorative movable body 150 overlaps the rear side of the decorative member 46 and the operating position. Move forward and backward. In other words, the decorative movable body 150 slides and displaces along the decorative member 46 in a region overlapping with the rear side of the decorative member 46, so that interference with the decorative member 46 can be avoided and the decorative movable body 150 is shifted to the lower side of the decorative member 46. Since it swings at the position, it does not interfere with the decorative member 46 even if it is tilted forward. As described above, the first movable effect device 100 can perform various operation effects with the single decorative movable body 150 while avoiding interference with the decorative member 46.

  The decorative movable body 150 is supported from the left and right sides by the corresponding guide portions 160 and 164 via the left and right support shafts 158 and 158 and the operating shafts 162 and 162, so that the stability can be improved. The first movable effect device 100 is provided with a biasing means 184 on the right support shaft 158 that is not driven by the operating motor 168 (see FIG. 39), and the right support shaft 158 is supported by the biasing force of the biasing means 184. Is helping to move. The biasing means 184 biases the right support shaft 158 so as not to be displaced toward the operating position at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, and takes an appropriate posture so that the decorative movable body 150 does not tilt in the left-right direction. When the movable movable body 150 is moved from the standby position to the operating position, the movable movable body 150 has an appropriate resistance with respect to the right support shaft 158. It helps to move while maintaining. The biasing means 184 applies a biasing force toward the standby position to the right support shaft 158 when the decorative movable body 150 moves from the operating position to the standby position. To assist in moving while maintaining a proper posture. As described above, the decorative movable body 150 can improve the operational stability by assisting the right support shaft 158 that is not driven by the operation motor 168 with the biasing force of the biasing means 184. In particular, in the configuration in which the decorative movable body 150 is lowered from the standby position toward the operation position and is raised from the operation position toward the standby position as in the first movable effect device 100 of the embodiment, the biasing means 184 By receiving the load applied to the support shaft 158 on the right side of the decorative movable body 150, it is possible to contribute to a stable operation at a high level.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the load of the decorative movable body 150 is applied to the operating position at the standby position, or the decorative movable body 150 is subjected to a force toward the operating position in addition to the load due to the impact of a pachinko ball or the like. In some cases, the decorative movable body 150 is added. At this time, the load or the like of the decorative movable body 150 is applied to the side (downward) from the decorative movable body 150 toward the operating position with respect to the interlocking shaft 176 via the operation shaft 162 and the slide member 178 (see the arrow in FIG. 40). Since the interlocking shaft 176 of the embodiment is located above the second operating gear 174 and on the vertical line passing through the rotational center of the second operating gear 174 at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, It cannot be displaced downward along the vertical line passing through. Further, the interlocking shaft 176 at the position corresponding to the standby position cannot be displaced downward because it is also blocked by the upper end of the shaft groove 121 as the restricting portion 121a. Temporarily, the interlocking shaft 176 at the position corresponding to the standby position shifts in the reverse rotation direction of the second operating gear 174 from the upper and lower lines passing above the second operating gear 174 and passing through the rotation center of the second operating gear 174. When the position is set to the position, the force applied downward to the interlocking shaft 176 acts to start the second operating gear 174 in the reverse rotation direction. Even in this case, the interlocking shaft 176 is driven by the operating motor 168 because the displacement of the second operating gear 174 in the reverse rotation direction is restricted by the upper end of the shaft groove 121 as the restricting portion 121a. There is no displacement other than with the rotation of the second operating gear 174. As described above, in the first movable effect device 100, even if a force is applied to the interlocking shaft 176 in the direction from the standby position to the operating position at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, the interlocking shaft 176 does not rotate and displace.

  If the second actuating gear 174 is not normally driven to rotate by the actuating motor 168, the first movable effect device 100 places the decorating movable body 150 in the standby position even if a force is applied to the decorating movable body 150 due to an impact or a load. Cannot be moved to the operating position. Since the lock mechanism includes a position setting of the interlocking shaft 176 at the standby position, and a restricting portion 121a that allows only the rotation of the interlocking shaft 176 in a specific direction at the standby position and restricts the rotation opposite to the specific direction. In particular, there is no need to add a member, and it is very simple. In addition, the lock mechanism is configured to restrict the reverse rotation of the interlocking shaft 176 only at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150, and the second operating gear 174 is operated between the standby position and the operating position of the decorative movable body 150. And since it does not get in the way of the displacement of the interlocking shaft 176, it is not necessary to operate the restricting part 121a, and the structure of the restricting part 121a can be simplified.

  The first movable effect device 100 is configured such that the range of the cover member 112 covered with the decorative movable body 150 changes as the decorative movable body 150 operates. In the first movable effect device 100, the entire front surface of the cover member 112 is covered with the decorative movable body 150 at the standby position of the decorative movable body 150 so that the first decorative surface 152 faces the front side. Thus, the first decorative surface 152 is illuminated (see FIGS. 2 to 5 and 21). At this time, the upper light emitting means 102 emits the LEDs 104, the unit number of LED 104 groups or the light emitting groups 104A, 104B, and 104C of each stage in an independent pattern, or causes the entire LEDs to emit light, for example, the first decorative surface. It is possible to emit an arbitrary region such as to emit light so as to emphasize the decorative portion 152a of 152, or to emit the entire first decorative surface 152.

  The first movable effect device 100 moves the decorative movable body 150 from the front side of the first stepped portion 112a of the cover member 112 at the operating position of the decorative movable body 150, and the first stepped portion 112a is exposed. The four step portions 112 b to 112 d are covered with the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150. Thereby, in the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100, while the 1st level | step-difference part 112a is light-emitted by the upper light emission means 102, the 1st decoration surface 152 is light-emitted through the 2nd-4th level | step difference parts 112b-112d. Is done. At this time, the upper light emitting means 102 emits the LEDs 104, the unit number of LED 104 groups or the light emitting groups 104A, 104B, and 104C of each stage in an independent pattern or causes the entire LEDs to emit light, for example, the upper light emitting group 104A. Light is emitted so as to emphasize the first step 112a, or light is emitted from the middle light emitter 104B and / or the lower light emitter 104C to emit second to fourth step portions 112b. , 112c, 112d, the first decorative surface 152 can emit light.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the decorative movable body 150 is displaced from the front side of the first to third step portions 112a, 112b, and 112c of the cover member 112 in the swinging posture of the decorative movable body 150. The stepped portions 112a, 112b, and 112c are exposed, and the fourth stepped portion 112d is covered with the second decorative surface 154 of the decorative movable body 150 (FIGS. 8, 9, or 26). Thereby, in the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100, while the 1st-3rd level | step difference part 112a, 112b, 112c is light-emitted by the upper light emission means 102, the 2nd decoration surface 154 is via the 4th level | step difference part 112d. Illumination is produced. At this time, the upper light emitting means 102 emits the LEDs 104, the unit number of LED 104 groups or the light emitting groups 104A, 104B, and 104C of each stage in an independent pattern or causes the entire LEDs to emit light, for example, the upper light emitting group 104A. And / or the middle stage light emitting group 104B emits light so as to emit light so as to emphasize the first step part 112a and / or the third step part 112c, or the lower stage light emitter 104C emits light. The second decorative surface 154 can emit light through the four stepped portions 112d.

  As described above, in the first movable effect device 100, the overlapping portion of the decorative movable body 150 is light-emitted through the cover member 112 by the LED 104 corresponding to the region where the decorative movable body 150 overlaps the cover member 112. The LED 104 corresponding to the area where the cover member 112 is exposed by the operation of the body 150 causes the area where the cover member 112 is exposed to emit light. In the first movable effect device 100, the area in which the decorative movable body 150 overlaps the cover member 112 can change the light emission mode by the amount of the decorative movable body 150 compared to the area where the cover member 112 is exposed. That is, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can change the light emission mode of a front surface by changing the area | region which overlaps with the cover member 112 by operation | movement of the decoration movable body 150, and performs an effective light emission production. Can do. Further, the upper light emitting unit 102 can further emphasize the change in the light emission mode by arranging the LED 104 in accordance with the overlapping region of the stepped portions 112 a, 112 b, 112 d of the cover member 112 and the decorative movable body 150. In addition, since the cover member 112 has different light diffusion structures for the first step portion 112a and the second and third step portions 112b and 112c exposed by the operation of the decorative movable body 150, the step portions 112a and 112b. 112c can also change the light emission mode. Further, in the decorative movable body 150, not only the forward / backward posture in which the first decorative surface 152 overlaps the cover member 112 but also the second decorative surface 154 having a light diffusion structure different from the first decorative surface 152 overlaps the cover member 112. Since the swinging posture is switched, the light emission mode can be changed also by the difference in the light diffusion structure of the decorative surfaces 152 and 154. Furthermore, in the first movable effect device 100, the rotary movable bodies 130 and 130 are disposed between the second stepped portion 112b, the third stepped portion 112c, the fourth stepped portion 112d, and the upper light emitting means 102. The light emission mode can be changed by the rotary movable bodies 130 and 130.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150 in the standby position forms a flat design shape on the front surface, and the decorative movable body 150 moves to the operating position, so that the cover member A step is formed between the first step 112a of the 112 and the first decorative surface 152, and the three-dimensional design shape of the front surface changes. In the first movable effect device 100, the inclination of the decorative surfaces 152 and 154 changes as the decorative movable body 150 swings, so that the three-dimensional design shape of the front surface further changes. The first movable effect device 100 swings from the operating position to the swinging posture, so that the stepped design shape formed by the first stepped portion 112a, the second stepped portion 112b, and the third stepped portion 112c of the cover member 112 is exposed. In addition, a step is formed between the second decorative surface 154 of the decorative movable body 150 and the third stepped portion 112c, and the step of the cover member 112 and the step formed by the cover member 112 and the decorative movable body 150 are Three-dimensional design shape changes further. Thus, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can change a shape production | presentation aspect by changing the three-dimensional shape of a front surface by operation | movement of the decoration movable body 150. FIG.

  More specifically, the decorative movable body 150 exposes the first stepped portion 112a, the second stepped portion 112b, and the third stepped portion 112c of the cover member 112 in order by moving from the standby position to the swinging posture, The planar shape of only the first decorative surface 152, two steps of the first stepped portion 112a and the first decorative surface 152, three steps of the first stepped portion 112a, the second stepped portion 112b, and the second decorative surface 154, the first step The level difference 112a, the second level difference 112b, the third level difference 112c, and the second decorative surface 154 are changed to four levels. The decorative movable body 150 is configured to hide the third stepped portion 112c, the second stepped portion 112b, and the first stepped portion 112a in order by moving from the swinging posture to the standby position. That is, if the decorative movable body 150 is moved from the standby position to the swinging position, the number of steps increases in order, while the first movable effect device 100 moves the decorative movable body 150 from the swinging position to the standby position. The number of decreases in order. And the level | step difference formed in the front surface of the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 becomes step shape as it goes to the display part 26 side from the stand-by position side. Thus, in the first movable effect device 100, the step formed by the cover member 112 and the decorative movable body 150 and the stepped portions 112a, 112b, and 112c formed on the cover member 112 have a step-like integrated design shape. Therefore, it is possible to further emphasize the change in the form effect. Moreover, since the decorative movable body 150 can switch the decorative surfaces 152 and 154, the shape effect mode can be further changed.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150 is overlapped with the front sides of the upper and lower rotary movable bodies 130, 130 from the standby position to the operating position. At this time, the first movable effect device 100 emits light on the upper part of the first decorative surface 152 of the decorative movable body 150 mainly through the first step portion 112a of the cover member 112 by the light emitted from the upper light emitting group 104A. The intermediate portion of the first decorative surface 152 is caused to emit light mainly through the upper rotating movable body 130A and the second stepped portion 112b by the light emitted from the middle light emitting group 104B, and the lower stage rotation is performed by the light emitted from the lower light emitting group 104C. The lower part of the first decorative surface 152 is light-emitted mainly through the movable body 130B and the fourth stepped portion 112d (see FIG. 5 or FIG. 21). Here, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can change not only the light emission mode by the difference in overlap of a member but the light emission mode more complicated by rotating the rotary movable body 130.

  In the first movable effect device 100, the movable movable body 150 is displaced from the front side of the upper rotary movable body 130A in the swinging posture, and the second decorative surface 154 of the decorative movable body 150 overlaps the front side of the lower rotary movable body 130B. (See FIG. 9 or FIG. 26). At this time, in the first movable effect device 100, the first step portion 112a of the cover member 112 is mainly light-emitted by the light emitted from the upper light emitting group 104A, and the upper rotary movable body 130A by the light emitted from the middle light emitting group 104B. The second stepped portion 112b mainly emits light through the second light emitting group 104C, and the second decorative surface 152 emits light mainly through the lower rotating movable body 130B and the fourth stepped portion 112d by the light emitted from the lower light emitting group 104C. Is done. Here, the 1st movable production | presentation apparatus 100 can change not only the light emission mode by the difference in overlap of a member but the light emission mode more complicated by rotating the rotary movable body 130.

  As described above, in the first movable effect device 100, the positional relationship between the rotary movable body 130 and the decorative movable body 150 is changed by the operation of the rotary movable body 130 and the decorative movable body 150 or in conjunction with each other. In addition to the change in the light emission pattern of the LED 104, the light emission effect mode can be changed, and an effective light emission effect can be performed. Further, the first movable effect device 100 can change the light diffusion mode of the LED 104 by the rotation of the rotary movable body 130, and in addition, the positional relationship with the rotary movable body 130 can be changed by the operation of the decorative movable body 150. Thus, the light emission mode can be changed in a complicated manner. Since the first movable effect device 100 is provided with the cover member 112 between the rotary movable body 130 and the decorative movable body 150, the light emitting mode can be further increased by refraction or diffusion of light transmitted through the cover member 112. Can be changed.

  According to the first movable effect device 100, an operation effect by the operation of the decorative movable body 150 that moves forward and backward and swings, and an effect by a change in the design shape of the front surface by the operation of the decorative movable body 150 are performed. Further, according to the first movable effect device 100, the change in the light emission mode due to the rotation of the rotary movable body 130, the change in the light emission mode due to the overlap of the cover member 112 being changed by the operation of the decorative movable body 150, and the decoration movable A change in the light emission mode due to a change in the positional relationship with the rotary movable body 130 due to the operation of the body 150 occurs in a composite manner, and a variety of light emission effects can be performed.

(Second movable production device)
Next, the second movable effect device 200 will be described in detail mainly with reference to FIGS. The second movable effect device 200 is installed on the right side 44c of the installation plate 44 that extends to the right of the display opening 44a in the back unit 42 (see FIG. 12), and the front side through the window 36a of the frame-shaped decorative body 36. It is partially exposed (decorative portion 212 of the decorative cover portion 210 described later) (see FIG. 2). The second movable effect device 200 includes a main movable body (first movable body) 220, a secondary movable body (second movable body) 250, and an operation mechanism that operates the main movable body 220 and the secondary movable body 250. (See FIGS. 41 to 59). In the second movable effect device 200, the main movable body 220, the secondary movable body 250, and the operation mechanism are installed on the installation base body 202 to be unitized, and can be handled integrally via the installation base body 202, and the right side of the back unit 42. It can be attached to and detached from the front surface of the portion 44c. In the second movable effect device 200, the installation base 202 is attached to the outside of the display unit 26, and the main movable body 220 provided on the installation base 202 has a first posture located in the right peripheral part of the display unit 26 ( 3 (see FIG. 3 or 41), the first posture is configured to be rotationally displaced to a second posture (see FIG. 10 or FIG. 50) located on the center side of the display unit 26. Further, in the second movable effect device 200, the secondary movable body 250 is provided on the front side of the installation base 202, and the secondary movable body 250 positioned outside the display unit 26 rotates in conjunction with the primary movable body 2 20. It is configured to be displaced (see FIG. 2 or FIG. 10). The main movable member 2 2 0 in the first posture, even partially overlap the front of the display unit 26 in the periphery of the display unit 26 may be located outside of the entire display unit 26.

  The installation body 202 includes a base part (case) 204 that comes into contact with the front surface of the right side part 44 c of the back unit 42, and a decorative cover that is provided in front of the base part 204 so as to cover the front side of the base part 204. It basically comprises a portion (decorative member) 210 (see FIGS. 41 to 46, 54 or 55). The base portion 204 is a case-like member configured by combining the second half body 206 and the first half body 208. The base portion 204 has a rear side constituted by the rear half body 206 and a front side constituted by the front half body 208, and the rear half body 206 and the front half body 208 can be divided into front and rear. The rear half 206 and the front half 208 are each formed in a substantially tray shape in which a wall is erected on the periphery of the plate material (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55), and assembled with the open ends of the walls abutting each other. In the base portion 204, an installation space 204a is defined between the plate material constituting the rear surface and the plate material constituting the front surface (see FIG. 47) in which the components of the operation mechanism are accommodated.

  In the base 204, the intermediate portion of the left side surface on the display unit 26 side opens with a required vertical width (see FIG. 46), and the constituent members of the operating mechanism (a link member 270 described later) through the opening 204b. Enters and exits the installation space 204a. In the base portion 204, both the rear half 206 and the front half 208 are formed of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material, and the constituent members of the operation mechanism installed in the installation space 204a can be viewed from the outside. The installation base 202 is installed on the front surface of the right side 44c of the back unit 42 with the long side of the base part 204 along the right side of the display part 26, and a plurality of contact bases protruding from the rear surface of the rear half 206 of the base part 204. The contact rib 207 (see FIG. 42) abuts the front surface of the back unit 42 with a line or a point, and a gap is formed between the rear surface of the base portion 204 and the front surface of the back unit 42.

  The decorative cover part 210 is located on the front side of the base part 204 and faces the front side through the window 36a, and is located on the lower side of the decorative part 212 and protrudes below the base part 204. The LED board 50 and the special symbol display device 52 are installed on the front surface of the protruding portion 214 (see FIG. 41). The decorative cover portion 210 is provided with a plurality of leg pieces 216 extending rearward from the edge of the plate portion constituting the front surface. The rear end of the leg piece 216 is abutted against the front surface of the front half 208 of the base portion 204. It is fixed to the part 204 with, for example, screws (see FIG. 49). The installation base 202 is provided such that the decorative cover portion 210 is separated from the front surface of the base portion 204, and an accommodation space 202 a for the main movable body 220 is defined between the base portion 204 and the decorative cover portion 210. (See FIGS. 43 to 46). The decorative cover portion 210 is formed so that the decorative portion 212 roughly matches the outer shape of the base portion 204, is set slightly larger than the outer shape of the base portion 204, and hides the base portion 204 located on the rear side. Further, the decorative cover part 210 is made of, for example, a process or material such as plating or painting so that the outer surface reflects light. The decorative cover portion 210 is provided with a plurality of through holes 210a on the side portion (right side portion) on the side away from the display portion 26 so as to be vertically separated, and the LED 56 of another LED substrate 54 attached to the rear surface of the decorative cover portion 210. Is faced to the front side through the through-hole 210a.

  The main movable body 220 is formed in a required design shape (in the embodiment, a saddle shape) according to the motif of the pachinko machine (see FIG. 50 or FIG. 56). The main movable body 220 includes a first movable member (first member) 222 provided on the installation base 202 so as to be capable of rotational displacement, and a second movable member (second member) provided on the first movable member 222 so as to be slidable. Member) 236 and a movable body light emitting means (light emitting means) 248 provided on the second movable member 236 and slidably displaced together with the second movable member 236 (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). In the main movable body 220, each of the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236 is linked to an operation mechanism, and the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236 are interlocked by the operation mechanism.

  The main movable body 220 swings as a whole with one end of the first movable member 222 being rotatably supported by the base portion 204 of the installation base 202, and the second movable member 236 is the first movable member. It moves forward and backward with respect to 222. The main movable body 220 has a first posture in which the first movable member 222 is located in the right peripheral portion of the display unit 26 (see FIG. 3, FIG. 56 or FIG. 58A), and the display unit 26 from the first posture. And a second posture projecting to the center side (see FIG. 10, FIG. 50 or FIG. 58 (b)), it is rotationally displaced with the support portion as a fulcrum. The main movable body 220 includes a first position where the second movable member 236 overlaps the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 56 or 58A), and a second position where the second movable member 236 protrudes from the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 50 (see FIG. 50 or 58 (b)), it is configured to move forward and backward along the first movable member 222. The main movable body 220 is configured such that the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236 operate in conjunction with driving of one operation motor (drive means) 254, and the first movable member 222 The second movable member 236 is in the first position in one posture (see FIG. 3, FIG. 56 or FIG. 58 (a)), and the second movable member 236 is in the second position in the second posture of the first movable member 222. It is set (see FIG. 10, FIG. 50 or FIG. 58 (b)). In the main movable body 220, one end of the second movable member 236 in the advancing / retreating direction with respect to the first movable member 222 is supported by the installation base 202, and the other end separated from the one end in the advancing / retreating direction is the tip. Become.

  The first movable member 222 is a member formed in a substantially cylindrical shape, and constitutes a support site side in the main movable body 220 (see FIG. 50 or FIG. 56). The first movable member 222 includes a slide base 224 constituting a rear surface, a design cover (cover portion) 228 attached to the front side of the slide base 224, and an auxiliary cover attached to the front side of the slide base 224 along with the design cover 228. 230 (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). Reference numeral 234 denotes an auxiliary design cover that covers the front side of a later-described tooth row portion 262 that protrudes toward the display portion 26 in the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 56). Here, in the first movable member 222, the design cover 228 is disposed on the distal end side of the first movable member 222, and the auxiliary cover 230 is disposed on the support site side of the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 56). .

  The first movable member 222 is provided so as to protrude forward from the front half 208 of the base portion 204 with respect to a shaft through hole 224a formed to penetrate through one end of the slide base 224 in the front-rear direction. By inserting the swinging shaft 209, the swinging shaft 209 is supported so as to be rotatable around the swinging shaft 209 (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). In the first movable member 222, the shaft through hole 224 a is provided to be biased to the edge on the display unit 26 side at one end portion of the slide base 224. The first movable member 222 is supported by a swing shaft 209 positioned outside the display unit 26, and has a first posture positioned on the right peripheral portion of the display unit 26 (see FIG. 3, FIG. 56 or FIG. 58 (a)). ), And is configured to be rotationally displaced from the first posture to a second posture (refer to FIG. 10, FIG. 50, or FIG. 58 (b)) located toward the center of the display unit 26.

  The first movable member 222 is formed such that its long side extends from the support site side toward the distal end side that protrudes toward the center side of the display unit 26 in the second posture (see FIG. 56). The first movable member 222 supports, for example, a side away from the display unit 26 by supporting a portion biased to the edge on the display unit 26 side in a direction along the short side intersecting with the long side in front view. If it is the same rotation angle as compared with the above, it is possible to make it protrude more toward the center of the display unit 26 in the second posture.

  The first movable member 222 has a distal end positioned above the swing shaft 209 in the first posture, and is in a position retracted to the right outside from the display unit 26 (see FIG. 3). Here, in the first posture, the first movable member 222 has a long side extending substantially along the right side of the display unit 26, and a vertical space on the right side of the display unit 26 (the front side of the right side 44c of the back unit 42). Used to accommodate the long side. The first movable member 222 is accommodated in the accommodation space 202a between the base portion 204 and the decorative cover portion 210 in the installation base body 202 in the first posture (see FIG. 46), and substantially entirely behind the decorative cover portion 210. It is configured to be hidden (see FIG. 41). The first movable member 222 is rotationally displaced so that the tip located above the swing shaft 209 is tilted toward the display unit 26 side, transitions from the first posture to the second posture, and moves from the first posture to the display unit 26 side. By tilting, it protrudes from the accommodation space 202a of the installation base 202 and faces the front side of the display unit 26 (see FIG. 10). The first movable member 222 of the embodiment is rotationally displaced counterclockwise about the swing shaft 209, thereby being rotationally displaced from the first posture to the second posture, and clockwise about the swing shaft 209. By being rotationally displaced in the second direction, the second body is rotationally displaced from the second posture toward the first posture. Further, the first movable member 222 has the design cover 228 exposed to the outside of the accommodation space 202a of the installation base 202 in the second posture, but the auxiliary cover 230 disposed on the support site side from the design cover 228 is in the first posture from the first posture. It remains accommodated in the accommodation space 202a over two postures. The first movable member 222 is set so as to be rotationally displaced at an angle of about 90 ° between the first posture and the second posture (see FIG. 57).

  The constituent members of the first movable member 222 will be described. The slide base 224 is a plate-like member and functions not only as an installation base for the design cover 228 and the auxiliary cover 230 but also as an installation base for the second movable member 236 (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). . The slide base 224 is provided with a slide guide 226 along the advancing / retreating direction of the second movable member 236 relative to the first movable member 222. In other words, the slide guide 226 of the embodiment is formed along the long side extending between the support part side and the distal end side of the slide base 224. The slide guide 226 is a long hole penetrating in the front-rear direction and has a long side extending along the long side of the slide base 224. The slide base 224 is provided with a plurality of slide guides 226 that are separated from each other in the short direction of the slide base 224 (the direction in which the second movable member 236 intersects the first movable member 222). The guides 226 are formed in a parallel relationship.

  The slide base 224 of the embodiment includes a center guide (groove) 226A provided at the center in the short-side direction, and a pair of side guides 226B and 226B provided on both sides of the center guide 226A. (See FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). Here, the center guide 226 </ b> A is formed so as to extend from the end portion of the first movable member 222 in the side guide 226 </ b> B to the front end side, and extends to the front end of the slide base 224. The side guide 226 </ b> B is formed so as to extend from the end portion of the center guide 226 </ b> A located at the intermediate portion of the slide base 224 toward the support portion side. The slide base 224 is provided with contact protrusions 224b on both front and rear sides surrounding the opening edge of the slide guide 226. In addition, the contact protrusion 224b formed on the rear surface of the slide base 224 is set lower in the one surrounding the side guide 226B than in the one surrounding the center guide 226A.

  The design cover 228 is a flat eaves-shaped member (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55), and a portion extending rearward to each of the side edges on the support site side in the portion constituting the front surface is provided on the slide base 224. Are attached to the slide base 224 by abutting against the corresponding side edges. A tunnel-shaped second movable member 236 that communicates with the slide base 224 from the front end side to the support site side by a design cover 228 provided on the first movable member 222 with a front surface spaced apart from the slide base 224. Installation space 222a is defined (see FIG. 47). The design cover 228 is provided with a portion that extends rearward from an end on the support portion side to an intermediate portion on the side edge along the longitudinal side of the first movable member 222, and a front portion that protrudes to the tip side from a portion that protrudes rearward Is formed so as to become thinner toward the tip side (see FIG. 56). Note that the design cover 228 of the embodiment is configured to reflect light.

  The auxiliary cover 230 is provided on the side (right side) away from the display unit 26 on the support part side of the slide base 224 (see FIG. 56). The front surface of the auxiliary cover 230 is separated from the slide base 224, and a space is defined between the auxiliary cover 230 and the slide base 224. A pair of passage pieces 232 and 232 are formed on the rear surface of the auxiliary cover 230 so as to be spaced apart in the short direction of the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 55). The first movable member 222 includes a pair of passage pieces 232 and 232 extending in the longitudinal direction of the first movable member 222 (the forward and backward movement direction of the second movable member 236) and the front surface of the auxiliary cover 230. (2) A wiring passage (passage) 223 for accommodating the wiring H connected to the movable body light emitting means 248 provided on the movable member 236 is defined (see FIG. 44 or FIG. 47). The pair of passage pieces 232 and 232 are formed so as to protrude beyond the edge of the slide base 224 on the support site side, and the front surface of the auxiliary cover 230 is halfway between the protruding portions of the two passage pieces 232 and 232. 232 and 232 are formed to extend. That is, the wiring passage 223 is provided so as to protrude beyond the edge of the slide base 224 on the support site side, and both side surfaces protrude from the front surface of the protruding end. Even if the first movable member 222 is rotationally displaced between the first posture and the second posture, the auxiliary cover 230 is positioned behind the decorative cover portion 210 of the installation base 202 and is always hidden by the decorative cover portion 210. (See FIG. 41 or FIG. 50). The auxiliary cover 230 is made of a colorless and transparent synthetic resin material so that the wiring H accommodated in the wiring passage 223 can be visually recognized from the outside.

  The second movable member 236 is provided to be movable back and forth along a longitudinal side extending between the first movable member 222 and a distal end portion of the first movable member 222 and a support portion. The second movable member 236 moves forward and backward between a first position that overlaps the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 56) and a second position that projects from the distal end side of the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 50). It is like that. The second movable member 236 is rotated by the operation mechanism so that the first movable member 222 is in the first position in the first posture of the first movable member 222 and is in the second position in the second posture of the first movable member 222. Configured to work with displacement. The second movable member 236 is provided in an installation space 222a between the slide base 224 and the design cover 228 in the first movable member 222. The second movable member 236 is entirely accommodated in the installation space 222a at the first position and is located behind the design cover 228. It hides to the side (see FIG. 46 or FIG. 56). The second movable member 236 protrudes from the distal end side of the installation space 222a at the second position, and forms an integral design shape with the design cover 228 located on the support site side (see FIG. 50). The main movable body 220 is formed by a second movable member 236 that protrudes from the first movable member 222 at a second position into a long shape with a long side extending from the support site side toward the projecting end toward the display unit 26. It is comprised so that it may become the whole.

  The second movable member 236 according to the embodiment is a long member formed so that the long side extends along the forward / backward moving direction with respect to the first movable member 222. The second movable member 236 is formed in a shape in which at least the distal end portion (end portion on the second position side) matches the distal end portion of the design cover (cover portion) 228 that constitutes the front surface of the first movable member 222. (See FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). The second movable member 236 is formed so that the outer shape of the front end portion in front view becomes narrower from the support site side toward the front end side, and the front end portion is aligned with the front end portion of the design cover 228 at the first position. 228 is accommodated on the rear side.

  The second movable member 236 includes a holding plate 238 that constitutes the rear surface of the second movable member 236, and a translucent cover (light transmissive member) 240 that can transmit light attached to the front side of the holding plate 238. A light diffusion sheet 242 disposed on the rear side of the light transmission cover 240 is provided (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). The second movable member 236 is provided with a movable body light emitting means 248 between the holding plate 238 and the translucent cover 240, and a light diffusion sheet 242 is disposed on the front side of the movable body light emitting means 248. The second movable member 236 is movable in a space defined between the holding plate 238 and the translucent cover 240 by fitting the holding plate 238 inside the substantially tray-shaped translucent cover 240 (see FIG. 53). The body light emitting means 248 is accommodated and held. The space between the holding plate 238 and the translucent cover 240 is open to the support site side, and the wiring H connected to the movable body light emitting means 248 passes through this opening.

  The second movable member 236 has a mounting shaft 244 that protrudes rearward from the rear surface of the holding plate 238 and is held by the slide guide 226 of the slide base 224 of the first movable member 222. (See FIG. 51, FIG. 53 or FIG. 58). The holding plate 238 is provided with a pair of mounting shafts 244 and 244 spaced apart in the direction intersecting the forward / backward movement direction of the second movable member 236 (short direction) on the support site side (see FIG. 55). The attachment shafts 244 and 244 are inserted and held in the side guides 226B and 226B on the corresponding side, respectively. Here, the attachment shaft 244 is allowed to move along the longitudinal side of the side guide 226B, and the second movable member 236 can move forward and backward along the longitudinal side of the side guide 226B. On the other hand, the mounting shaft 244 has an outer dimension set to be approximately the same as the width of the side guide 226B in the short side direction, and therefore the side guide 226B moves in the direction intersecting the advancing / retreating direction of the second movable member 236. Be regulated. Further, in the second movable member 236, the translucent cover 240 protrudes rearward from the holding plate 238, and the side edge portion of the translucent cover 240 protrudes from the opening edge of the side guide 226B. It is located outside. In other words, the second movable member 236 crosses the forward / backward moving direction with the outer edges of the contact protrusions 224b, 224b of the pair of side guides 226B, 226B sandwiched between the opposing side edges of the translucent cover 240. Directional movement is restricted. Further, the second movable member 236 is supported by a front abutting protrusion 224b in which the rear surface of the holding plate 238 protrudes from the opening edge of the slide guide 226, and the contact area between the two is minimized. Smooth advance and retreat movement with respect to 222 is achieved.

  The second movable member 236 is provided with a connecting shaft 246 protruding rearward from the rear surface of the holding plate 238 (see FIG. 53) separately from the pair of mounting shafts 244 and 244. The connecting shaft 246 is provided in the central portion of the holding plate 238 (see FIG. 55), is positioned between the pair of mounting shafts 244 and 244 in the short direction of the second movable member 236, and It is inserted into the center guide 226 </ b> A of the slide base 224 so that the rear end faces the rear side of the slide base 224.

  The mounting shaft 244 and the connecting shaft 246 are composed of a shaft rod and a shaft cap that is rotatably fitted to the shaft rod (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). The shaft bar is a metal round bar, and the front end is fixed to the holding plate 238. The shaft cap is a synthetic resin molded product, and has a cylindrical main body having a through hole formed in accordance with the outer diameter of the shaft rod, and is formed so as to extend radially outward at one end of the cylindrical main body. It is comprised from the made flange. The attachment shaft 244 and the connection shaft 246 are attached with shaft caps by fitting through holes with shaft rods inserted into the slide guide 226. The shaft cap has an outer diameter of the flange set to be larger than the short side of the slide guide 226, and a contact protrusion 224a provided on the rear surface of the slide base 224 so as to protrude rearward from the opening edge of the slide guide 226. On the other hand, the flange comes into contact (see FIG. 53).

  The translucent cover 242 is a member that protrudes and is exposed from the design cover 228 at the second position of the second movable member 236 (see FIG. 52). Is provided with a light diffusion structure. The light diffusion sheet 242 is installed so as to cover the front side of the movable part light emitting means 248 and diffuses the light emitted from the movable part light emitting means 248. The light diffusing sheet 242 also functions as a blindfold that hides the movable portion light emitting means 248 from the front side through a translucent cover 240 having a colorless and transparent front surface.

  The second movable member 236 has a dimension in the advancing / retreating movement direction substantially the same as the front surface of the design cover 228 (see FIG. 46), and a dimension in a direction intersecting the advancing / retreating movement direction is slightly smaller than the width of the installation space 222a. Is set. That is, the second movable member 236 is accommodated using the installation space 222a on the rear side of the design cover 228 at the maximum position. When the second movable member 236 is slid to the second position, the translucent cover 240 is exposed except for the portion hidden by the tapered tip of the design cover 228 (see FIG. 52). ).

  As the movable body light emitting means 248, an LED substrate having a plurality of LEDs 248a installed on the front surface of the substrate is used (see FIG. 54). In the movable body light emitting means 248 of the embodiment, a plurality of LEDs 248a are arranged in the longitudinal direction (advancing / retreating direction) at the center in the short direction of the substrate. The movable portion light emitting means 248 moves forward and backward together with the second movable member 236, and can irradiate light to the front side through the light diffusion sheet 242 and the translucent cover 240. The movable body light emitting means 248 is provided with a socket 248b to which the wiring H is connected on the side away from the display unit 26 (right side) on the support part side of the substrate. The socket 248b is disposed at a position facing the distal end side of the wiring passage 223 of the first movable member 222, and the connection opening faces the support site side.

  The secondary movable body 250 is provided on the front side of the decorative cover portion 210 of the installation base 202 (see FIG. 45 or FIG. 46). The secondary movable body 250 is fixed to the upper end of the connecting shaft 252 that penetrates the decorative cover portion 210 in the front-rear direction and is rotatably supported (see FIG. 55), and is configured to be rotationally displaced with respect to the decorative cover portion 210. The The sub movable body 250 is supported at a position deviated from the support portion of the main movable body 220, and on the side (right side) away from the display portion 26 with respect to the main movable body 220 supported by the portion biased toward the display portion 26 side. The main movable body 220 is installed at a position shifted to the front end side (upward) (see FIG. 56). The sub movable body 250 is installed and exposed on the front side of the decorative portion 212 of the decorative cover portion 210, and is visible from the front side (see FIG. 2).

The slave movable body 250 is formed in a substantially cross shape (see FIG. 41). The secondary movable body 250 has a support portion disposed on a line (hereinafter referred to as a linkage line) along the forward / backward movement direction (longitudinal side) of the second movable member 236 in the main movable body 220. More specifically,従可body 250 is disposed on the associated line passing through substantially the center of the main movable member 2 2 0, one of the elongated portions of the substantially cross shape extends along the該連engagement line The other long portion of the substantially cross shape extends in a direction intersecting with the link line (see FIG. 50 or FIG. 56). As described above, the slave movable body 250 has a long shape whose longitudinal side extends along the link line of the main movable body 220. The slave movable body 250 is interlocked so as to be rotationally displaced in the same direction as the rotational displacement direction of the main movable body 220 by the second linkage means 272 of the operation mechanism. The slave movable body 250 of the embodiment is rotationally displaced counterclockwise in synchronization with the counterclockwise rotational displacement of the main movable body 220 from the first posture to the second posture, and the second posture of the main movable body 220. In synchronism with the clockwise rotational displacement from 1 to the first posture, the rotational displacement is clockwise. In addition, the support site | part of the main movable body 220 is set to the position shifted | deviated from the link line to the display part 26 side (refer FIG. 56).

  The operation mechanism includes an operation motor (drive means) 254, first linkage means 256 that transmits the power of the operation motor 254, and interlocks the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236, and the main movable body 220. And the second linkage means 272 that interlocks the movable body 250 in accordance with the above operation (see FIG. 58 or 59). The operation motor 254 is installed on the front surface of the front half 208 of the base part 204 with the output shaft 254a facing the installation space 204a of the base part 204 (see FIG. 44 or FIG. 46). The operation motor 254 is disposed below the support portion of the main movable body 220, and the front side is covered with the protruding portion 214 of the decorative cover portion 210 of the installation base 202 (see FIG. 46). As the operation motor 254, a stepping motor capable of forward / reverse rotation driving is employed.

  The first linkage means 256 meshes with the first linkage gear (gear) 258 fixed to the output shaft 254a of the operation motor 254 and the first linkage gear 258, and at the same time the first movable member 222 of the main movable body 220. And a second linkage gear (gear) 260 that meshes with a dentition portion (tooth portion) 262 provided at an end portion (lower end portion) on the support site side (see FIG. 58). In other words, when the operating motor 254 is driven, the first linkage unit 256 transmits power to the first movable member 222 via the first linkage gear 258, the second linkage gear 260, and the tooth row portion 262, and the main movable body 220. Is designed to oscillate. The first linkage means 256 includes a third linkage gear (gear) 264 that meshes with the second linkage gear 260, a fourth linkage gear (rotary member) 266 that meshes with the third linkage gear 264, and the fourth linkage gear. And a link member 270 having one end rotatably connected to a position away from the center of rotation and the other end rotatably connected to the second movable member 236 of the main movable body 220 (see FIG. 58). ). As described above, the first linkage 256 is configured such that the rotational displacement of the fourth linkage gear 266 rotated through the first linkage gear 258, the second linkage gear 260, and the third linkage gear 264 is caused by the link member 270. It is converted into a slide displacement of the movable member 236 relative to the first movable member 222.

  In the first linkage means, the first to fourth linkage gears 258, 260, 264, 266 and the link member 270 are basically accommodated in the installation space 204a of the base portion 204 (see FIG. 46). By being accommodated in the base portion 204 located on the rear side, the wiring H for the movable body light emitting means 248 disposed between the base portion 204 and the decorative cover portion 210 is partitioned. The second to fourth linkage gears 260, 264, 266 are rotatably supported on the rear surface of the front half 208 in the base portion 204. The second linking gear 260 is housed on the front side of a front cover 208a (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55) formed so as to protrude forward from the front half of the base 204, and is provided above the front cover 208a. It meshes with the tooth row part 262 located on the upper side through the opening (see FIG. 46). The tooth row portion 262 is formed so that teeth are arranged in an arc shape centering on the support portion of the first movable member 222, and is provided at the end of the first movable member 222 on the support portion side of the slide base 224. ing.

  The third linkage gear 264 is installed so as to be located on the rear side of the first movable member 222 with the front half body 208 interposed therebetween (see FIG. 58), and meshes with the rear portion of the second linkage gear 260. In other words, the tooth linkage 262 and the third linkage gear 264 are meshed with the second linkage gear 260 in the front-rear direction, and the two linkage gears 260 rotate both of them 262 and 264 simultaneously. Here, in the operation mechanism, the second linkage gear 260 is arranged on the upper left side of the operation motor 254 installed at the lower part of the left side (the display portion 26 side) of the base portion 204, and the upper left of the second linkage gear 260. The third linkage gear 264 is arranged on the side, and the output shaft 254a of the operation motor 254, the second linkage gear 260 and the rotation fulcrum of the third linkage gear 264 are aligned in a straight line (see FIG. 58).

  The fourth linkage gear 266 is installed so as to be located on the rear side of the first movable member 222 with the front half body 208 interposed therebetween (see FIG. 58). Here, the fourth linkage gear 266 is disposed so as to overlap the rear side of the first movable member 222. The fourth linkage gear 266 is disposed on the upper right side of the third linkage gear 264, and the rotation fulcrum of the fourth linkage gear 266 is located above the rotation fulcrum of the second linkage gear 260. A round bar-shaped auxiliary guide piece 267 is provided on the rear surface of the fourth linkage gear 266 so as to protrude rearward (see FIG. 55). The auxiliary guide piece 267 is inserted into a circular arc long hole-shaped auxiliary guide groove 206a formed through the second half body 206 of the base portion 204 along the rotation locus of the auxiliary guide piece 267 as the fourth linkage gear 266 rotates. (Refer to FIG. 42 or FIG. 53.) That is, the fourth linkage gear 266 has the fourth guide gear 266 as the second movable member 236 is moved forward and backward by the link member 270 because the auxiliary guide piece 267 is guided by the auxiliary guide groove 206a. Even if a force is applied to the linkage gear 266, it can rotate stably without rattling under the engagement between the auxiliary guide piece 267 and the auxiliary guide groove 206a.

  The fourth linkage gear 266 includes a jib (arm portion) 268 extending radially outward from the peripheral surface, and one end of a link member 270 is connected to the extending end of the jib 268 ( (See FIG. 58). The link member 270 is a rod-shaped member, one end of which is connected to the rear surface of the jib 268 and the other end protruding to the front is formed to protrude to the rear surface of the holding plate 238 and faces the rear via the center guide 226A. It is connected to the connecting shaft 246. The front half 208 of the base portion 204 is formed with a notch 208b that opens to the display portion 26 side corresponding to the displacement trajectory of the other end of the link member 270 (see FIG. 54). The other end of the link member 270 is connected to the connecting shaft 246 located on the front side of the front half 208 in one posture. Note that a notch 206b is formed in the rear half 206 of the base 204 opposite to the notch 208b of the front half 208 (see FIGS. 42, 49, 51 and 53), and the other end of the link member 270 is formed. The shaft protruding from the rear surface does not interfere with the latter half 206.

  The second movable effect device 200 is connected to a fourth linkage gear 266 rotated by the operation motor 254, a connecting shaft 246 guided along the center guide 226A, a fourth linkage gear 266, and a connecting shaft 246. The link member 270 that constitutes a crank mechanism that converts the rotation of the fourth linkage gear 266 into a reciprocating movement along the center guide 226A of the connecting shaft 246 (see FIG. 58). The first linking means 256 is displaced so that one end of the link member 270 contacts and separates from the tip of the first movable member 222 due to the rotation of the fourth linking gear 266, whereby the connecting shaft is connected to the other end of the link member 270. 246 is pushed and pulled. That is, when the first linkage unit 256 is displaced so that one end of the link member 270 approaches the tip side of the first movable member 222, the second movable member 236 is pushed out from the tip side of the first movable member 222, When one end of the link member 270 is displaced so as to approach the support site side of the first movable member 222, the second movable member 236 is pulled toward the support site side of the first movable member 222. Here, the first linking means 256 is configured such that the second movable member 236 overlaps the first movable member 222 when one end of the link member 270 is positioned on the support site side far from the tip of the first movable member 222. When the one end of the link member 270 is closest to the tip of the first movable member 222, the second movable member 236 is set to the second position protruding from the tip of the first movable member 222.

  More specifically, since the tip end of the first movable member 222 is positioned above the fourth linkage gear 266, the first linkage means 256 is configured so that the link member 270 is positioned at the first position of the second movable member 236. One end and the other end of the link member 270 are rotated by the fourth linkage gear 266 so that one end is located below the fourth linkage gear 266 and the other end of the link member 270 is located above the fourth linkage gear 266. It is comprised so that it may oppose on both sides of a center (refer Fig.58 (a)). The link member 270 extends so as to straddle the fourth linkage gear 266 at the first position of the second movable member 236. In the embodiment, the link member 270 overlaps the rear side of the fourth linkage gear 266, and the installation space 204a of the base portion 204 is provided. Is housed in. Here, the link member 270 is provided with a curved portion 270a formed by being bent in the radial direction of the fourth linkage gear 266 at the midway portion (see FIG. 58), and the fourth position at the first position of the second movable member 236. When it overlaps with the rear side of the linkage gear 266, the rotation shaft protruding on the rear surface of the fourth linkage gear 266 is accommodated between the curved portions 270a. In other words, the link member 270 has one end and the other end aligned in a straight line with the center of rotation of the fourth linkage gear 266 at the first position of the second movable member 236, but is formed in the middle portion of the link member 270. Interference with the rotating shaft can be avoided by the curved portion 270a. Accordingly, the first linkage means 256 can accommodate the link member 270 by effectively using the narrow space on the rear side of the fourth linkage gear 266, and the front-rear dimensions can be made compact.

  The first linkage 256 is configured such that, at the second position of the second movable member 236, one end of the link member 270 is positioned on the distal end side of the first movable member 222 and the other end of the link member 270 is the first movable member 222. The link member 270 is positioned on the distal end side, and is configured such that one end and the other end of the link member 270 are aligned with the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 (see FIG. 58). Here, since the first movable member 222 is inclined at the second position of the second movable member 236 and the first movable member 222 is inclined in the second posture, the main movable body 220 is a link located on the display unit 26 side of the fourth linkage gear 266. The member 270 extends obliquely upward as it goes from the fourth linkage gear 266 toward the display unit 26 side. At this time, the link member 270 extends from the installation space 204a through the opening 204b opened on the display unit 26 side of the base 204, and extends in the advancing / retreating direction to the rear side of the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236. It is extended.

  The first linkage means 256 is a combination of the second linkage gear 260, the third linkage gear 264, and the fourth linkage gear 266, and the rotational displacement direction of the first movable member 222 and the fourth linkage gear 266 (one end of the link member 270). ) Is set to be opposite to the rotational displacement direction. That is, one end of the link member 270 is rotated clockwise while the first movable member 222 is rotated counterclockwise from the first posture to the second posture, and the first movable member 222 is moved to the second posture. From the first position to the first position, the rotational displacement is counterclockwise, whereas the rotational displacement is counterclockwise. Further, the first linkage means 256 is configured to rotate the fourth linkage gear 266 by the same or substantially the same rotation angle as the rotation angle between the first posture and the second posture of the first movable member 222. That is, the rotation angle of the fourth linkage gear 266 that displaces the second movable member 236 between the first position and the second position (the rotation angle of one end of the link member 270 about the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266). ) Is adjusted to the rotation angle between the first posture and the second posture of the first movable member 222 by the combination of the second linkage gear 260, the third linkage gear 264, and the fourth linkage gear 266.

  Next, the second linkage means 272 that operates the sub movable body 250 in conjunction with the operation of the main movable body 220 will be described. The second linking means 272 includes a guide link 231 provided on the main movable body 220 and a connecting link (one end connected to the connecting shaft 252 supporting the sub movable body 250 and the other end engaged with the guide portion 231 ( A connecting portion) 274 (see FIG. 56 or FIG. 59). The second linking means 272 is configured to rotationally displace one end of the connecting link 274 by guiding the other end of the connecting link 274 to the guide portion 231 in accordance with the rotational displacement of the main movable body 220. The guide portion 231 is provided on the auxiliary cover 230 of the first movable member 222 located on the rear side of the decorative cover portion 210 over the first posture and the second posture of the main movable body 220 (see FIG. 56). The guide portion 231 according to the embodiment is a long hole formed through the auxiliary cover 230 in the front-rear direction, and is provided so as to extend between the support portion of the main movable body 220 and the support portion of the sub movable body 250. It has been. Further, the guide portion 231 is formed so as to extend in an arc shape in which the support site side of the slave movable body 250 is convex (the support site side of the main movable body 220 is concave). The guide portion 231 is provided so that the other end of the connection link 274 overlaps a rotation locus drawn around one end over the rotational displacement between the first posture and the second posture. The guide portion 231 is formed such that the opening edge at a position overlapping the other end of the connection link 274 intersects the tangent to the rotation locus drawn at the other end of the connection link 274 at the position. .

  One end of the connecting link 274 is fixed to the connection shaft 252 of the secondary movable body 250 protruding to the rear side of the decorative cover part 210, and the decorative cover part 210 is interposed between the first movable member 222 and the decorative cover part 210. It extends along the rear surface (see FIG. 46 or FIG. 47). A columnar engagement shaft 275 that protrudes rearward is provided at the other end of the connection link 274. The engagement shaft 275 is inserted into the guide portion 231 from the front side, and the other end of the connection link 274 is connected to the guide portion 231. (See FIG. 58). The connecting link 274 is configured to rotationally displace the connecting shaft 252 fixed to one end by the engaging shaft 275 being pushed by the guide portion 231 that is displaced as the main movable body 220 is rotationally displaced. In this way, the second linkage means 272 is configured to rotationally displace the secondary movable body 250 in conjunction with the rotational displacement of the main movable body 220 by the linkage of the guide portion 231 and the connecting link 274.

  The second movable effect device 200 includes origin detection means for detecting the position of the main movable body 220 (see FIG. 54 or FIG. 55). The origin detection means is provided on the operation side of the main movable body 220, the first linkage means 256, etc., as detected by the origin sensor section 276 provided on the fixed side of the installation base 202 and the like (see FIG. 52). The position of the main movable body 220 is determined by detecting the presence or absence of the detection plate 225 by the origin sensor unit 276. The detection plate 225 is a target detection plate 225 (see FIG. 58). As the origin sensor unit 276, a proximity sensor using light, magnetism, or the like, a mechanical sensor based on a mechanical variation due to contact with the detection plate 225, or the like can be used. In the embodiment, a photo sensor is used. The origin sensor unit 276 is installed on the side (right side) away from the display unit 26 on the front surface of the base unit 204, and the light emitting unit and the light receiving unit are arranged so as to face each other in the front-rear direction. The detection plate 225 is provided so as to extend to the right of the slide base 224 of the first movable member 222. The second movable effect device 200 is configured such that the detection plate 225 faces the light emitting unit and the light receiving unit of the origin sensor unit 276 in the first posture of the main movable body 220. That is, when the second movable effect device 200 does not detect the detection plate 225 by the origin sensor unit 276, the main movable body 220 is in an operation state other than the first posture, and when the detection plate 225 is detected by the origin sensor unit 276. In addition, the main movable body 220 is in the first posture.

  In the main movable body 220, the socket 248 b of the movable body light emitting means 248 provided on the second movable member 236 is in the forward and backward movement direction of the second movable member 236 with respect to the wiring passage 223 defined in the auxiliary cover 230. They are arranged side by side. In the main movable body 220, a relay substrate 278 is installed between the slide base 224 and the auxiliary cover 230 (see FIG. 44 or FIG. 47). The relay board 278 has a rectangular shape, and is attached to the front surface of the slide base 224 on the support site side so that the long side is along the short side direction. Side). The relay board 278 is provided with a first socket 278 a to which the wiring H connected to the movable body light emitting means 248 is connected on the front surface of the portion overlapping the rear side of the wiring passage 223, and the portion on the display unit 26 side that is removed from the wiring passage 223. A second socket 278b to which a wiring H connected to the control means side is connected is provided on the front surface (see FIG. 54). In addition, a substrate cover 280 is attached to the front side of the relay substrate 278 and covers a portion other than the front side of the second socket 278b. A front side of the first socket 278a is covered with a substrate cover 280, and the wiring passage 223 and the first socket 278a are partitioned by the substrate cover 280. The board cover 280 is provided with a guide piece 280a that is inclined forward at the edge of the portion corresponding to the wiring passage 223 away from the front end in the forward / backward movement direction (see FIG. 44 or FIG. 47). The wiring passage 223 is formed to extend from the substrate cover 280 (relay substrate 278) in the forward / backward movement direction, and a portion extending from a portion corresponding to the relay substrate 278 blocked by the substrate cover 280 in the wiring passage 223. The relay board 278 side (rear side) is open. That is, the portion of the wiring path 223 corresponding to the relay substrate 278 is closed by the substrate cover 280, and the portion extending from the portion downward (in the direction away from the tip along the forward / backward movement direction) is connected to the relay substrate 278 side ( An open part is provided on the rear side.

  The wiring H has one end connected to the socket 248b of the movable body light emitting means 248, extends in the forward / backward movement direction through the wiring passage 223, and is bent from the extended end of the wiring passage 223 toward the distal end side. Then, the other end is connected to the first socket 278a on the rear side of the substrate cover 280. That is, the wiring H is curved so as to overlap in the front-rear relationship on the support site side of the first movable member 222, and the curved portion of the wiring H is moved forward and backward with the advance and retreat movement of the second movable member 236 by the opening portion of the wiring passage 223. Displacement in the moving direction and change in diameter are allowed. In the main movable body 220, the wiring H that is inserted into the wiring passage 223 and connected to the movable body light emitting means 248 from the end on the support site side of the first movable member 222 toward the distal end is connected to the second movable member 236. The wiring passage 223 is configured to move forward and backward as the vehicle moves forward and backward. The wiring passage 223 is configured such that the curved portion of the wiring H extends and contracts through the open portion of the wiring passage 223. In addition, as the wiring H, a flat harness is adopted. The flat harness has an advantage that it can be easily set so as to bend around a certain axis as compared with the round wire.

In the main movable body 220, since the light emitter socket 248 b approaches the first socket 278 a at the first position of the second movable member 236, the curved portion of the wiring H protrudes through the open portion of the wiring passage 223. The diameter is larger. Here, an operating member such as a gear is not provided in a lower portion of the main movable body 220 and is hidden by the decorative cover portion 210. When the second movable member 236 is displaced from the first position toward the second position, the main movable body 220 is separated from the first socket 278a by the light emitter socket 248b, so that the wiring passage 223 extending along the forward / backward movement direction. wiring H is pulled by Moto guided to be displaced distally while the diameter of the curved portion is small. At this time, the displacement of the curved portion of the wiring H is allowed at the open portion of the wiring passage 223 that opens with a width in the forward / backward movement direction. In the main movable body 220, when the second movable member 236 is displaced from the second position toward the first position, the light emitter socket 248b approaches the first socket 278a, and thus the wiring passage 223 extending along the forward / backward movement direction. the wiring H is pressed by Moto guided, displaced in the direction in which the diameter of the curved portion is separated from the larger it becomes while the distal end side. At this time, displacement and diameter expansion of the curved portion of the wiring H is allowed at the open portion of the wiring passage 223 that opens with a width in the forward / backward movement direction.

  Thus, the wiring H of the movable body light emitting means 248 that moves forward and backward with the second movable member 236 moves forward and backward along the wiring path 223 defined in the first movable member 222. Interference of the wiring H with the operation mechanism can be avoided. In addition, since the expansion and contraction of the curved portion of the wiring H is permitted through the open portion of the wiring passage 223, it is difficult to apply a load to the wiring H, and the smooth movement of the second movable member 236 can be permitted. In the second movable effect device 200, since the first linkage means 256 is accommodated in the installation space 204a of the base portion 204, the movable body light emission extending into the storage space 202a between the base portion 204 and the decorative cover portion 210. Interference between the wiring H of the means 248 and the first linkage means 256 can be avoided.

  The operation of the second movable effect device 200 will be described. The main movable body 220 is in the first posture in which the first movable member 222 is located in the peripheral portion of the display unit 26 in the standby state before the rendering operation in the peripheral portion of the display unit 26. At this time, the second movable member Since 236 is at the first position overlapping the first movable member 222, the size in the forward / backward movement direction is the same as the first movable member 222 (see FIG. 3, FIG. 46 or FIG. 56). The main movable body 220 is in a posture in which the link line extends in the vertical direction, and the slave movable body 250 is in a posture in which one long portion extends along the link line. Here, the main movable body 220 is housed in the housing space 202a and is hidden by the decorative cover portion 210, and is almost invisible from the front side (see FIG. 46 or FIG. 56). Thus, the main movable body 220 can be disposed if there is a space for the first movable member 222 in the standby state, and can be appropriately blindfolded with a relatively small accommodation space 202a. In addition, since the main movable body 220 does not take up a relatively large place in the periphery of the display unit 26, the degree of freedom of arrangement and size of members and devices installed in the periphery is increased. Since the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236 of the main movable body 220 use the same operation motor 254 as a drive source, the second movable effect device 200 operates the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236. The operating mechanism is also compact.

  The second movable effect device 200 rotates the second linkage gear 260 via the first linkage gear 258 by positively driving the operation motor 254, thereby causing the second linkage gear 260 via the tooth row portion 262. The first movable member 222 connected to is rotationally displaced counterclockwise so as to be inclined toward the display unit 26 with the support portion as the center (see FIG. 58). In synchronization with this, the fourth linkage gear 266 also rotates via the third linkage gear 264 that meshes with the second linkage gear 260, and one end of the link member 270 is displaced clockwise from below the fourth linkage gear 266. . Since one end of the link member 270 is displaced so as to approach the tip of the first movable member 222, the connecting shaft 246 is pushed to the other end of the link member 270, and the second movable member 236 is pressed against the first movable member 222. Is displaced from the first position to the second position. As described above, the second movable effect device 200 causes the second movable member 236 to move in the first operation in conjunction with the rotational displacement of the first movable member 222 from the first posture to the second posture by driving one operation motor 254. The sliding displacement can be performed from the first position to the second position. That is, the main movable body 220 is rotated and displaced around the support portion while the second movable member 236 gradually extends from the first movable member 222 and gradually extends as a whole, and the display portion is displayed from the rear side of the decorative cover portion 210. Appears in front of 26. The main movable body 220 is tilted as much as possible toward the center of the display unit 26 in the second posture of the first movable member 222, and the second movable member 236 protrudes most with respect to the first movable member 222. Position (see FIG. 58B). Therefore, the main movable body 220 is larger than the first posture in the size obtained by adding the second movable member 236 protruding from the first movable member 222 to the first movable member 222, and the player's interest is increased. Can attract.

  The second movable effect device 200 reversely drives the operation motor 254 to rotate the second linkage gear 260 via the first linkage gear 258, and thereby the second linkage gear 260 via the tooth row portion 262. The first movable member 222 connected to is rotationally displaced clockwise toward the right peripheral portion around the support portion (see FIG. 58). In synchronization with this, the fourth linkage gear 266 also rotates via the third linkage gear 264 that meshes with the second linkage gear 260, and one end of the link member 270 is displaced counterclockwise from the left side of the fourth linkage gear 266. Is done. Then, since one end of the link member 270 is displaced away from the tip of the first movable member 222, the connecting shaft 246 is pulled to the other end of the link member 270, and the second movable member 236 is pulled with respect to the first movable member 222. Is displaced by sliding from the second position toward the first position. As described above, the second movable effect device 200 causes the second movable member 236 to move in response to the rotational displacement of the first movable member 222 from the second posture to the first posture by driving one operation motor 254. The slide displacement can be performed from the second position to the first position. That is, the main movable body 220 is rotationally displaced around the support portion while being reduced as a whole as the second movable member 236 gradually overlaps the first movable member 222, and the decorative cover portion 210 is viewed from the front side of the display portion 26. Hide behind. The main movable body 220 is retracted to the right outer side of the display unit 26 in the first posture of the first movable member 222, and the second movable member 236 overlaps the first movable member 222 to the size of the first movable member 222. Get smaller.

  More specifically, the first linking means 256 is configured such that the first movable member 222 rotates and rotates counterclockwise as the main movable body 220 is displaced from the first posture to the second posture. Is also displaced counterclockwise, while one end of the link member 270 located on the support site side (downward) across the fourth linkage gear with respect to the other end in the first posture is the fourth linkage gear. It rotates clockwise with the rotation of 266 (see FIG. 58). In other words, the link member 270 is rotationally displaced so that the one end and the other end meet each other, so that the second movable member 236 moves from the first position to the second position by the minimum rotation of the fourth linkage gear 266. To do. And since the rotation angle from the 1st attitude | position of the main movable body 220 to a 2nd attitude | position and the rotation angle from the 1st attitude | position of the 4th linkage gear 266 to a 2nd attitude | position are match | combined, it is a link member in a 2nd attitude | position. One end and the other end of 270 and the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 are aligned on a straight line.

  In the first linkage means 256, as the main movable body 220 is displaced from the second posture to the first posture, the first movable member 222 is rotationally displaced clockwise, so that the other end of the link member 270 is also rotationally displaced clockwise. On the other hand, the other end and one end of the link member 270 aligned with the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 in the second posture rotate counterclockwise as the fourth linkage gear 266 rotates (FIG. 58). reference). That is, since the link member 270 is rotationally displaced so that one end and the other end are separated from each other, the second movable member 236 moves from the second position to the first position by the minimum rotation of the fourth linkage gear 266. And since the rotation angle from the 2nd attitude | position of the main movable body 220 to a 1st attitude | position and the rotation angle from the 2nd attitude | position of the 4th linkage gear 266 to a 1st attitude | position are match | combined, it is a link member in a 1st attitude | position. One end and the other end of 270 are opposed to each other with the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 interposed therebetween.

  Although the second movable effect device 200 is compact in a first posture in which the main movable body 220 is retracted to the peripheral portion of the display unit 26, the first movable body 220 moves in the first posture when the front side of the display unit 26 operates. Since it becomes larger, it can sufficiently attract the player's interest. As described above, according to the second movable effect device 200, although the main movable body 220 has a size that attracts attention during operation, the main movable body 220 becomes compact when retracted to the periphery of the display unit 26. It is possible to achieve both excellent performance effects during operation and space saving during standby. Since the second movable production device 200 performs a complex operation in which the main movable body 220 expands and contracts in accordance with the rotational displacement, the production effect by the operation is high, and the interest of the player can be improved. Since the second movable member 236 is formed in a shape that matches the design cover 228 constituting the front side of the first movable member 222, the installation space 222a on the rear side of the design cover 228 is utilized to the maximum extent. 2 The movable member 236 can be set large. As a result, the main movable body 220 can set a large projecting dimension from the first movable member 222 when the second movable member 236 is slid along the first movable member 222. The size can be increased. Moreover, since the main movable body 220 appears on the front side of the display unit 26 from a state hidden behind the decorative cover unit 210 provided on the outside of the display unit 26, it is possible to improve the unexpectedness of the production effect. In addition, since the second movable member 236 is provided with the movable body light emitting means 248, the light emitting effect is produced in conjunction with or independently of the movement of the second movable member 236 or the operation of the main movable body 220. It can be carried out.

  In the first linkage means 256, the rotational drive of the operation motor 254 is converted into the slide displacement of the second movable member 236 by a crank mechanism including the fourth linkage gear 266 and the link member 270. The second movable effect device 200 can move the second movable member 236 forward and backward in conjunction with the rotational displacement of the first movable member 222 by a compact crank mechanism. The first linkage means 256 is configured such that one end and the other end of the link member 270 are opposed to each other across the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 at the first position of the second movable member 236. Since the 270 is arranged so as to overlap the fourth linkage gear 266, the link member 270 can be accommodated most compactly by effectively utilizing the space before and after the fourth linkage gear 266. The first linkage means 256 is configured such that one end and the other end of the link member 270 and the rotation center of the fourth linkage gear 266 are aligned on the second position, so that the second movable member 236 is placed on the second position. Can be protruded most from the first movable member 222.

  The first linkage means 256 is in the first posture of the first movable member 222, and one end of the link member 270 is positioned closer to the support site of the first movable member 222 than the fourth linkage gear 266. In the second posture, one end of the link member 270 is located on the side where the second movable member 236 protrudes from the fourth linkage gear 266 (see FIG. 58). Thereby, the fluctuation range along the forward / backward movement direction of one end of the link member 270 accompanying the rotation of the fourth linkage gear 266 corresponding to the rotational displacement between the first posture and the second posture of the first movable member 222 is maximized. can do. Moreover, since the link member 270 is connected to a jib 268 that extends outward in the radial direction of the fourth linkage gear 266, the fluctuation range of the fourth linkage gear 266 in the advancing / retreating direction per rotation angle is further increased. Become. That is, if the fluctuation width in the forward / backward movement direction at one end of the link member 270 is increased, the forward / backward movement width between the first position and the second position in the second movable member 236 connected to the other end of the link member 270 is increased. can do.

  The first linkage means 256 branches from the second linkage gear 260 that meshes with the tooth row portion 262 of the first movable member 222, and the fourth linkage gear 266 that constitutes a crank mechanism that operates the second movable member 236 rotates. Is done. That is, the first linkage unit 256 can easily synchronize the movements of the first movable member 222 and the second movable member 236, and rationally moves the second movable member 236 in conjunction with the rotational displacement of the first movable member 222. Can move forward and backward. In addition, since the third linkage gear 264 is interposed between the second linkage gear 260 and the fourth linkage gear 266, the second ratio gear 260, 264, 266 can be changed by changing the gear ratio of the second linkage gear 260, 264, 266. Compared with the case where the linkage gear 260 and the fourth linkage gear 266 are directly connected, the relationship between the rotational displacement of the first movable member 222 and the forward / backward movement of the second movable member 236 can be easily adjusted.

  In the second movable effect device 200, the engagement shaft 275 of the connection link 274 is engaged with the guide portion 231 of the main movable body 220 in the first posture, and the guide portion 231 rotates the engagement shaft 275 in the rotation direction. The slave movable body 250 is held while the displacement is regulated. At this time, the connecting link 274 is positioned below the connecting shaft 252 (see FIG. 59). In the second movable effect device 200, when the main movable body 220 in the first posture is rotationally displaced toward the second posture, the engagement shaft 275 of the connecting link 274 engaged with the guide portion 231 of the main movable body 220 is It is pushed by the opening edge of the guide portion 231 and rotationally displaced upward. As a result, the slave movable body 250 is rotationally displaced counterclockwise so that one long portion is inclined in accordance with the inclination of the link line of the main movable body 220. In the second movable effect device 200, when the main movable body 220 in the second posture is rotationally displaced toward the first posture, the engagement shaft 275 of the connecting link 274 engaged with the guide portion 231 of the main movable body 220 is It is pushed by the opening edge of the guide portion 231 and rotationally displaced downward. As a result, the slave movable body 250 is rotationally displaced clockwise so that one long portion is tilted in accordance with the inclination of the link line of the main movable body 220. As described above, the second movable rendering device 200 can improve the rendering effect by correlating the movements of both the movable bodies 220 and 250 by aligning the rotational displacement directions of the main movable body 220 and the slave movable body 250. In addition, by forming the main movable body 220 and the slave movable body 250 so as to be aligned with the linkage line extending along the longitudinal side, the correlation between the movements of both the movable bodies 220 and 250 can be increased. The production effect can be improved.

  According to the second movable effect device 200, the main movable body 220 and the sub movable body 250 can be rotationally displaced in conjunction with the main movable body 220 by one operation motor 254, so that the operation mechanism can be made compact. . Further, since the slave movable body 250 is interlocked with the main movable body 220 only by the linkage of the guide portion 231 provided on the main movable body 220 and the connecting link 274, the number of parts required for the operation mechanism is small, and it can be made more compact. . Even if the support part of the main movable body 220 and the support part of the slave movable body 250 are shifted from each other, the slave movable body 250 can be operated in conjunction with the master movable body 220 by the second linkage means 272. . The second linking means 272 is such that the opening edge of the guide portion 231 at a position overlapping the other end of the connection link 274 intersects the tangent to the rotation locus drawn by the other end of the connection link 274 at that position as the center. As described above, since the arc is formed, the guide portion 231 can be pushed while allowing the rotational displacement of the engagement shaft 275 of the connection link 274 as the main movable body 220 is rotationally displaced. That is, the second movable effect device 200 can smoothly rotate and displace the movable body 250 according to the engagement between the guide portion 231 and the linkage link 274, and the second movable means 220 can be driven by the second linkage means 272. By interlocking the body 250, the operation of the main movable body 220 is not hindered.

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The present invention is not limited to the configuration of the embodiment described above, and can be modified as follows.
(1) The arrangement of the movable effect device is not limited to the embodiment. Even if the first movable effect device is arranged on the side or below the display unit, the second movable effect device is arranged above or below the display unit. You may arrange in. (2) The decorative movable body of the first movable effect device may operate so as to be parallel or oblique with respect to the display unit, or may be configured to slide and displace after swinging from the standby position.
(3) The drive source of the movable effect device is not limited to the motor, and a solenoid may be used.
(4) The light emitter is not limited to an LED, and any light emitting device such as a lamp or an organic EL can be used. Further, the LED may be either one that emits light in a single color or one that can emit light in multiple colors (full color).
(5) In the embodiment, the plurality of rotary movable bodies have the same shape and the same diameter, but the shape may be changed (for example, a combination of a rotary movable body having a circular cross section and a rotary movable body having a polygonal cross section) You may change also about an external dimension.
(6) The axis of the rotatable movable body may be set so as to intersect the display unit.
(7) In the embodiment, the operation shaft is driven. However, the support shaft may be driven or the support shaft and the operation shaft may be driven simultaneously. Further, the operating shaft may be displaced by moving the second guide portion.
(8) A support shaft and an operation shaft may be provided on the apparatus main body side, and a guide portion may be provided on the decorative movable body side.
(9) Terms such as “same”, “parallel”, “straight line” and the like in the embodiments are not limited to mathematical meanings, and may be slightly deviated as long as the object can be achieved.
(10) The decorative movable body is not limited to the linear advance / retreat movement, and intersects with the forward / backward movement direction such as the front / rear direction by using the first guide part and the first guide line of the second guide part as parallel wavy lines. It can be moved forward and backward while shaking in the direction.
(11) In the embodiment, the movable effect device is provided in the back unit, but the present invention is not limited to this, and the movable effect device may be attached to the board body, or a member (for example, a frame shape) provided in the game board. It may be provided on the decorative body.
(12) In the embodiment, a pachinko machine has been described as an example of the gaming machine. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and various gaming machines such as an arrangement ball machine, a pinball machine, and a slot machine machine can be adopted.
(13) The change in the lighting mode is not only the change in position between the light diffusion structure provided on the member and the light emitter and the change due to the overlap of the light diffusion structure, but also the color applied to the member and the light emitter. A combination of these, such as a change due to a change in position or color overlap, is included.

26 Display part 30a Game area 30 Game board 204 Base part (case)
210 Decorative cover part (decorative member)
220 Main movable body 222 First movable member (first member)
223 Wiring passage (passage)
228 Design cover (cover part)
230 Auxiliary cover
232 passage piece 236 second movable member (second member)
240 Translucent cover (light transmissive member)
248 Movable body light emitting means (light emitting means)
254 Motor (drive means)
258 First linkage gear (gear)
260 Second linkage gear (gear)
264 Third linkage gear (gear)
266 Fourth linkage gear (rotating member)
270 Link member 278 Relay board
280 Substrate cover
280a Induction piece H Wiring

Claims (6)

  1. In a movable effect device of a gaming machine that is provided on a game board provided with a display part visible in the game area from the front side where a symbol display effect is performed, and performs an effect by operation of a movable body,
    The movable body is
    The supported on the outside of the display unit, the rotational displacement by the second posture and the drive means first position and the tip from the first position to position the tip in the peripheral portion of the display section is positioned toward the center of the display unit A first member that,
    Linked to driving of the driving means between a first position provided on the first member and overlapping the first member in the first posture and a second position protruding from the tip of the first member in the second posture. A second member that moves forward and backward along the first member;
    A light emitting means provided on the second member so as to move forward and backward together with the second member, and performing a light emission effect via a light transmitting member forming a front surface of the second member ;
    The first member is
    An auxiliary cover provided on the side of the support portion opposite to the tip of the first member, and positioned on the front side of the second member;
    A pair of passage pieces formed in the auxiliary cover so as to extend rearward, extending in the advancing and retreating direction of the second member and facing the posture displacement direction of the first member;
    It is defined by the auxiliary cover and the pair of passage pieces, extends from the second member toward the end of the first member on the support site side, and communicates along the advancing and retreating direction of the second member. And a passage
    A relay board provided on the rear side of the auxiliary cover so as to overlap the passage in the front-rear direction;
    A board cover attached to the front side of the relay board is provided corresponding to the passage, and includes a guide piece that inclines forward toward the end of the first member on the support site side,
    The passage extends from the relay substrate toward an end portion on the support site side of the first member, and is formed to open to the rear side from the relay substrate to the end portion on the support site side,
    The wiring connected to the light emitting means is inserted toward the support portion side end portion of the first member so as to pass through the front side of the relay board in the passage, and at the support portion side end portion of the first member. The first member is bent toward the distal end side and connected to the relay board, and the passage moves forward and backward as the second member moves forward and backward, and the curved portion of the wiring expands and contracts through the open portion of the passage. A movable effect device for a gaming machine, characterized by being configured as described above .
  2. The front surface of the auxiliary cover is formed so as to extend between the two passage pieces to the middle of the protruding portions of the two passage pieces,
    2. The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1 , wherein the passage is formed such that a space between both passage pieces protruding from an edge of the auxiliary cover on the support portion side is opened forward and backward .
  3. 3. The movable effect device for a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the first member is configured to be hidden in the first posture behind a decorative member provided outside the display unit.
  4. The second member is formed in a shape matching at least an end portion on the second position side with a cover portion constituting a front surface of the first member,
    The game according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the second member is housed on the rear side of the cover portion with the end portion on the second position side aligned with the cover portion in the first position. Movable production device.
  5. The drive mechanism that operates the movable body includes a rotating member that is rotated by the driving means, one end rotatably connected to a position away from the rotation center of the rotating member, and the other end rotated to the second member. The movable production device for a gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4 , further comprising a link member connected in a possible manner.
  6. The game machine according to claim 5 , wherein the drive mechanism is configured such that the rotating member and a gear that transmits rotation from the driving means to the rotating member are housed in a case provided on the rear side of the movable body. Production device.
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