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JP5583085B2
JP5583085B2 JP2011151300A JP2011151300A JP5583085B2 JP 5583085 B2 JP5583085 B2 JP 5583085B2 JP 2011151300 A JP2011151300 A JP 2011151300A JP 2011151300 A JP2011151300 A JP 2011151300A JP 5583085 B2 JP5583085 B2 JP 5583085B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine in which a light emission effect is performed.

  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a frame-shaped decorative body (a so-called center role) arranged at a substantially central position of the game area defined on the surface of the game board. A display unit of a liquid crystal type or drum type or the like which displays a plurality of symbols by variably displaying them through the rear is faced from the rear, and a pachinko is placed below the frame-shaped decorative body on the game board. Many proposals have been made to arrange a start winning device that starts a change in the symbol display device by winning a ball (game ball) or a special winning device that is opened at the time of a big hit. In such a pachinko machine, the pachinko ball launched into the game area gradually flows down due to its own weight while bouncing off by contact with a game nail or the like implanted in the game area, and starts in the process of flowing down the game area. By winning the winning device, various game effects such as reach effects accompanying the symbol variation are made on the symbol display device, and when the symbols stop on the symbol display device in a predetermined combination, a so-called big hit occurs, and the game A special prize device provided on the board is configured to be opened to obtain a large number of prize balls.

  In recent pachinko machines, visual effects are improved by performing light effects with the light emitting device provided in the game board at the time of reach notice, reach occurrence, big hit notice, big hit occurrence, etc. To enhance the interest of the game (see, for example, Patent Document 1). In the pachinko machine of Patent Document 1, a through hole is formed at a position of a game area on the game board, a light transmitting member is disposed so as to close the through hole, and light is emitted along the through hole on the back side of the game board. By arranging the element groups and turning on the light emitting element groups, the translucent member is configured to be bright in the game area.

No. 2004-283246

  However, in the pachinko machine of Patent Document 1, since the through hole is formed so as to avoid the position of the game nail implanted in the game board, the size of the translucent member that is brightened by the light of the light emitting element group. However, it is pointed out that there is a difficulty in expecting a light emitting effect with impact. Although the translucent member can be enlarged by widening the gap between the game nails implanted in the game board, the pachinko ball passing through the front side of the translucent member is downstream without reducing the momentum. Since the game nail on the downstream side is deformed with time, the space between the game nails may be changed.

  Therefore, in view of the problems inherent in the prior art, the present invention has been proposed to suitably solve these problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine capable of performing a light-emitting effect with impact.

In order to solve the above-mentioned problem and achieve the intended purpose, the invention according to claim 1 of the present invention provides:
A gaming area (20) is provided on the front side, a gaming board (12) in which parts (28) are arranged in the gaming area, and the gaming area (20) is located in the gaming area (20). In a gaming machine comprising a large number of game nails (27) for depressing the game ball by contact with the game ball flowing down the game area (20),
A through hole (42) penetrating back and forth in the game area (20) in the game board (12),
A translucent member (43) for closing the through hole (42);
A lowering portion (43b) provided on the translucent member (43) and extending forward and depressing the game ball by contact with the game ball flowing down the front side of the translucent member (43);
A light emitting device (67) for illuminating the translucent member (43) from the back side ,
A plurality of the depressing portions (43b) are provided spaced apart at intervals through which a game ball can pass, and a component (20) of the plurality of depressing portions (43b) disposed in the gaming area (20) ( The gist is that the de-energizing portion (43b) closest to 28) is spaced apart from the component (28) at an interval through which one game ball can pass .

In the invention according to claim 1, most energy dissipation unit game ball is spaced passable intervals plurality Rutotomoni the translucent member, the part which is disposed in the gaming area among the plurality of energy dissipation portion close energy dissipation unit, since one game ball relative to the part is spaced apart in a passable intervals, reduced the momentum of the game ball passing through the front side of the light transmitting member in the energy dissipation unit It is possible to prevent the game nail downstream from the translucent member from being deformed over time. That is, the size of the translucent member can be increased without deforming the game nail, and a light emitting effect with impact can be performed.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided an upper ball passage (45) and a lower portion through which the game ball can pass by the game nail (27) at the upper and lower positions sandwiching the translucent member (43) in the game area (20). A ball passage (46) is formed, and the depressing part (43b) forms an intermediate ball passage (44) for guiding the game ball from the upper ball passage (45) to the lower ball passage (46). It is a summary.
In the invention according to claim 2, the game ball can be caused to flow down to the intended position by forming a passage for guiding the game ball by the depressing portion.

The gist of the invention according to claim 3 is that the intermediate sphere passage (44) is curved in the left-right direction.
According to the invention of claim 3, the momentum of the game ball can be reliably reduced.

The gist of the invention according to claim 4 is that unevenness is provided on the front surface of the translucent member (43).
In the invention which concerns on Claim 4, the momentum of a game ball can be reduced also by the unevenness | corrugation provided in the front surface of the translucent member.

The invention according to claim 5 includes a frame-shaped decorative body (28) disposed in the mounting opening (25a) formed in the game board (12), and a display unit (14a) for variably displaying a plurality of symbols. A symbol display device (14) that faces the front side through the window (28a) of the shaped decorative body (28), and the through-opening that faces the game area (20) outside the frame-shaped decorative body (28) ( 42) is formed so as to communicate with the mounting opening (28a), and the frame-shaped decorative body (28) is provided with a light transmissive portion (40) that extends to the inner edge of the window (28a) and continues to the light transmissive member (43). The main point is that
In the invention according to claim 5, since the light transmission part (translucent member and light transmission part) is provided so as to continue from the game area outside the frame-shaped decorative body to the window inner edge of the frame-shaped decorative body, It is possible to extend the light emission effect that continues to the display on the display unit facing the window in the apparatus to the outside of the frame-shaped decorative body, and to improve the effect of the light emission effect.

  According to the gaming machine of the present invention, it is possible to perform a light emitting effect with impact without deforming the game nail.

It is a front view which shows the pachinko machine which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The 1st and 2nd movable member is shown in the state of a standby position. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example in the state which removed the frame-shaped decorative body and various winning devices. It is principal part sectional drawing in the AA of FIG. It is principal part sectional drawing in the BB line of FIG. It is a front view which shows the installation member which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The 1st and 2nd movable member is shown in the state of an operating position. It is a principal part front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: A 3rd movable member shows in the state of an operating position. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 1st light emission unit concerning an example from the front side. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 1st light emission unit concerning an example from the back side. It is a cross-sectional view of the 1st light emission unit which concerns on an Example. It is a cross-sectional view of a second light emitting unit according to an example. It is a principal part front view which shows the arrangement | positioning site | part of the 1st translucent member in the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part vertical side view of the arrangement | positioning site | part of the 1st translucent member in the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part vertical side view of the game board which shows the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus and 2nd light-emitting device which concern on an Example. It is the perspective view seen from the front side in the state which assembled the principal part of the 4th movable production device concerning an example. It is the perspective view seen from the back side in the state which assembled the principal part of the 4th movable production device concerning an example. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 4th movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example from the front side except the components except each movable body. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example from the rear side, except for each movable body. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 1st movable body of the 4th movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example from the front side. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 1st movable body of the 4th movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example from the rear side. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 2nd and 3rd movable body of the 4th movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example from the front side. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the 2nd and 3rd movable body of the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example from the rear side. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the relationship between the attachment base part of the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, and a 3rd movable body. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the relationship between the cam member of the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, and the 1st and 2nd movable body. It is principal part sectional drawing in the CC line in Fig.30 (a). It is principal part sectional drawing in the DD line in Fig.30 (a). It is principal part sectional drawing in the EE line in FIG.30 (c). It is principal part sectional drawing in the FF line in FIG.30 (c). It is a front view which shows the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: (a) shows a state with a 1st movable body in a 1st position, (b) shows a 1st movable body from a 1st position to a 1st position. A state in the middle of moving to the second position is shown, and (c) shows a state in which the first movable body reaches the second position and the second and third movable bodies have moved to the protruding position. It is a perspective view which shows the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state of FIG.30 (b), Comprising: (a) is seen from the front side, (b) is seen from the rear side. It is a perspective view shown in the state where the 4th movable production device concerning an example reached the 2nd position, and (a) is seen from the front side, (b) is seen from the back side. It is a perspective view which shows the 4th movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example in the state of FIG.30 (c), Comprising: (a) is seen from the front side, (b) is seen from the back side. It is explanatory drawing which shows the relationship of the 1st-3rd movable body in the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: (a) shows the state with a 1st movable body in a 1st position, (b) is The state in which the first movable body is moving from the first position to the second position is shown. (C) shows that the first movable body reaches the second position and the second and third movable bodies are in the protruding position. Shown moved. It is an explanatory front view showing the relationship between the first guide pin and the second guide pin and the first guide groove, the second guide groove, the first guide hole, the second guide hole in the fourth movable effect device according to the embodiment, (a) corresponds to the state of FIG. 30 (a), (b) corresponds to the state where the first movable body has reached the second position, and (c) corresponds to the state of FIG. 30 (c). . It is explanatory drawing which shows operation | movement of the 1st-3rd movable body in the 4th movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example, (a) respond | corresponds to the state of Fig.35 (a), (b) is FIG. This corresponds to the state of b), and (c) corresponds to the state of FIG.

  Next, the gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings by way of preferred embodiments. In the embodiment, a pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball as a game ball will be described as an example. In the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” refer to the pachinko machine 10 as viewed from the front side (player side) as shown in FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment has a rectangular frame-like outer frame 11 as a fixed frame that is formed in a rectangular frame shape and is installed vertically on an installation frame base (not shown) of a game shop. On the front side of the opening, a middle frame 13 as a body frame for detachably holding a game board 12, which will be described later, is assembled so as to be openable and detachable, and various symbols can be displayed on the back side of the game board 12 in a variable manner The device 14 is configured to be detachably attached. Further, on the front side of the middle frame 13, a front frame 15 as a decorative frame provided with a see-through protective plate (not shown) such as a glass plate for see-through protecting the game board 12 is assembled so as to be openable and closable. A lower ball tray 16 for storing pachinko balls is assembled under the front frame 15 so as to be openable and closable. Further, an upper ball tray 17 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 15, and the upper ball tray 17 is also configured to open and close integrally with the opening and closing of the front frame 15. The In the embodiment, as the symbol display device 14, a liquid crystal display device in which a liquid crystal panel capable of displaying various symbols is accommodated in an accommodation case is not limited to this. Various conventionally known symbol display devices capable of stopping and variably displaying various symbols such as a device and a dot matrix type symbol display device can be adopted. The upper ball tray 17 may be formed separately from the front frame 15.

  An operation handle 18 for operating a ball striking device (not shown) disposed on the middle frame 13 is provided at a lower right position of the middle frame 13. When the player turns the operation handle 18, the hitting ball launching device is actuated, and the pachinko balls stored in the upper ball receiving tray 17 are launched toward the game board 12. Further, the operation handle 18 is configured such that the hitting force of the pachinko ball by the hitting ball launching device changes in strength according to the amount of rotation.

[About the game board 12]
As shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 4, the game board 12 is a non-light-transmitting board formed in a substantially rectangular shape with a predetermined board thickness from a wood board such as a veneer. A game area 20 in which pachinko balls can flow down is defined on the front side of the game board 12 by guide rails 19 that are curved and formed in a substantially circular shape disposed on the front surface (board surface) of the game board. An installation member 21 (described later) to which the symbol display device 14 is detachably attached is disposed on the back surface of the game board 12.

  Here, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the guide rail 19 includes an outer rail 22 formed in an arc shape that bulges leftward from the lower left portion of the game board 12 to the upper right portion, and the outer rail. The inner rails 23 and 24 are arranged in the shape of arcs that are arranged on the inner side of the game board 12 and bulge in the right direction so as to reach the upper right part, the lower right part, and the upper left part of the game board 12. The inner rails 23, 24 are arranged from the upper right part to the lower part of the game board 12, and the board decoration member 23 formed in an arc shape whose left end edge is recessed rightward, and the lower part of the game board 12 from the upper left part. And a rail member 24 which is connected to the lower end portion of the panel decoration member 23 and is spaced apart to the right of the outer rail 22, and one piece is formed by the outer rail 22 and the rail member 24. A launch passage 19a through which a pachinko ball of the same size can pass is defined. The rail member 24 constituting the inner rail is configured so that the open end faces the upper left portion of the game board 12, and the pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launcher flies from the lower opening of the launch passage 19a. The rail member 24 is driven into the game area 20 from the open end side.

  In the game board 12, a plurality of mounting holes 25a, 25b, 25c, 25d, 25e, 25f, and 25g penetrating in the front-rear direction are opened in the game area 20 (see FIG. 3), and the mounting holes 25a, 25b, Various parts are attached from the front side to 25c, 25d, 25e, 25f, and 25g, and an out port 26 for discharging the pachinko balls launched into the game area 20 is opened at the lowest position of the game area 20. ing. The game board 12 has a large number of game nails 27 planted in the game area 20, and the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 20 come into contact with the game nails 27, so that the flow direction of the pachinko balls is irregular. It is supposed to decrease with the change. It should be noted that the number of the mounting openings is appropriately determined according to the number of various parts attached to the game board 12 and the arrangement position.

  A frame-shaped decorative body 28 having a window (opening) 28a that opens in the front-rear direction is attached to a first mounting opening 25a that is open at a substantial center of the game area 20. The display unit 14a of the symbol display device 14 is configured to face the front side of the game board 12 through the window 28a. Pachinko balls flowing down the game area 20 (first path 20a and second path 20b described later) can win a prize in the second mounting opening 25b opened below the first mounting opening 25a (frame-shaped decorative body 28). A first start winning device 29 is attached. In addition, a second start winning device 30 capable of winning a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20 (second path 20b) is disposed in a third mounting port 25c opened to the right of the second mounting port 25b. At the same time, a special winning device 31 capable of winning a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20 (second path 20b) is attached to a fourth mounting opening 25d opened above the third mounting opening 25c. Furthermore, a ball passage gate 32 through which a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20 (second path 20b) can pass is attached to a fifth attachment port 25e opened above the fourth attachment port 25d. Furthermore, a first normal winning device 33 capable of winning a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20 (first path 20a) is attached to a sixth mounting port 25f opened to the left of the second mounting port 25b. A second normal winning device 34 that can win a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20 (second path 20b) is attached to a seventh mounting port 25g opened on the upper right side of the fifth mounting port 25e. (See Figure 2).

[About the frame-shaped decorative body 28]
The frame-shaped decorative body 28 disposed on the game board 12 includes a thin plate-shaped fixing plate 35 formed in an annular shape, and an inner peripheral wall portion 28b protruding rearward along the inner periphery of the opening of the fixing plate 35. , Provided along the inner periphery of the opening of the fixed plate 35, and having a flange 36 protruding forward from the front surface of the game board 12. In the frame-shaped decorative body 28, the fixing plate 35 is screwed to the game board 12 from the front side with the inner peripheral wall portion 28b inserted into the first mounting opening 25a formed in the game board 12 ( (See FIG. 5). Each of the fixing plate 35, the inner peripheral wall portion 28b, and the flange portion 36 may be configured to be integrally formed with resin, or may be configured to be formed as separate members and assembled to each other.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the frame-shaped decorative body 28 is provided with a stage 37 below the window 28a, and on the left side of the window 28a, the game area 20 is opened to flow down the game area 20. A ball introduction part 38 that takes in the pachinko ball and guides it to the stage 37 is provided, and the pachinko ball passed through the stage 37 from the ball introduction part 38 rolls left and right on the rolling surface of the stage 37. It is discharged to the game area 20 where each of the winning devices 29, 30, 33 faces.

[About the buttocks 36]
The flange 36 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 is provided so as to continuously extend from the middle position of the left edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 (fixing plate 35) to the upper edge and the lower right edge. The pachinko ball is restricted from flowing down (falling) across the front side of the symbol display device 14. Further, the heel part 36 is formed so as to incline downward in the left-right direction from the uppermost position, so that the pachinko balls launched into the game area 20 do not stagnate on the heel part 36 and are left or right side of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. It is formed to be guided to In the following description, a portion of the collar portion 36 that extends downward from the uppermost portion of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 along the left side edge is referred to as a left inclined collar portion 36 a, and the frame-shaped decorative body 28. A portion that extends downward from the uppermost portion along the right edge may be referred to as a right inclined flange portion 36b, and may be distinguished for convenience (see FIG. 5).

  That is, in the game area 20 defined on the game board 12, the first path 20a through which the pachinko balls flow down on the left side of the frame-shaped decorative body 28, and the pachinko balls on the right side of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The second path 20b flows down, and the pachinko ball that has arrived at the left inclined saddle portion 36a of the flange 36 flows down the first path 20a and arrives at the right inclined flange portion 36b of the flange 36. Pachinko balls are allowed to flow down the second path 20b. In other words, the pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launching device is the first path 20a formed between the frame-shaped decorative body 28 and the rail member 24 (inner rail) according to the reaching position in the game area 20. Alternatively, it flows down one of the second paths 20b formed between the frame-shaped decorative body 28 and the panel surface decoration member 23 (inner rail).

[About the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28]
The frame-shaped decorative body 28 is entirely formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material and the like, and is coated with a non-light-transmitting decorative component 39 such as plating or non-light-transmitting decorative parts 39. By performing the transmission process, the part that is not subjected to the non-light transmission process functions as the light transmission units 40 and 41 that are illuminated by the light emitted from the LEDs 64a and 70a of the light emitting devices 60 and 68 described later. Is done. In the embodiment, the first light transmitting portion 40 is provided with a required length along the left side edge (first path 20a) of the window 28a, and is required along the right edge (second path 20b) of the window 28a. A second light transmission part 41 is provided in length, and the first light transmission part 40 and the second light transmission part 41 are located inside the first mounting opening 25a and the back side is closed by the game board 12. None (see FIG. 5). And the corresponding light transmission parts 40 and 41 are brightened by the light from the back side irradiated from the 1st light-emitting device 60 and the 2nd light-emitting device 68 which are arrange | positioned at the installation member 21 mentioned later, and the inside of the window 28a It is comprised so that the interest of the symbol fluctuation production expanded by the display part 14a can be improved.

[About the first light transmission unit 40]
As shown in FIG. 2, the first light transmitting portion 40 has a non-light-transmitting property that is disposed in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 and is spaced apart in the vertical direction at a substantially intermediate portion in the vertical direction of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The first central light is separated by the decorative parts 39, 39 from the first light transmitting part 40 above the upper decorative part 39 and the first light transmitting part 40 below the lower decorative part 39. A transmission part 40a is formed. In the embodiment, the decorative component 39 itself is also formed with a light transmitting portion, and a light transmitting portion and a non-light transmitting portion are mixed along the left edge of the window 28a, so that an overall interesting decoration is formed. However, the first central light transmitting portion 40a is configured such that the light transmitting portion is continuous in the horizontal direction with a predetermined width in the vertical direction from the inner edge of the window 28a to the outer edge of the left inclined flange portion 36a. .

[About the first translucent member 43]
As shown in FIG. 3, a through-hole 42 is formed at the position corresponding to the first path 20a in the game board 12 so as to penetrate the rail board 24 from the inside to the first mounting opening 25a. The port 42 communicates with the first mounting port 25a. As shown in FIGS. 5, 13, and 14, the frame-shaped decorative body 28 has a first through hole that closes the through-hole 42 from the front side in a state where the inner peripheral wall portion 28 b is fitted in the first mounting opening 25 a. An optical member 43 is provided. The first light transmissive member 43 is configured to be continuous with the first central light transmissive portion 40a, thereby extending from the back side from the first path 20a outside the frame-shaped decorative body 28 to the inner edge of the window 28a. The light transmitting portion through which the light can be transmitted is formed linearly. The first light transmissive member 43 and the first central light transmissive portion 40a are illuminated from the back side of the game board 12 by a first path light emitting device 67 described later.

  The first translucent member 43 is formed by partially extending the fixing plate 35 to the left, and the first translucent member 43 is also thin. Further, as shown in FIGS. 13 and 14, an inclined edge portion 43a inclined rearward toward the outside is formed on the outer peripheral edge of the first light transmitting member 43, and a game of a pachinko ball that flows down the first path 20a. The transition from the front surface of the board 12 to the first light-transmissive member 43 and the transition from the first light-transmissive member 43 to the front surface of the game board 12 can be performed smoothly. The first light transmissive member 43 may be formed separately from the fixed plate 35.

[About the derating wall 43b]
As shown in FIGS. 5 and 13, the first light transmissive member 43 is provided with a pair of depressing walls (depressing portions) 43 b and 43 b protruding forward from the left and right direction. The depressing walls 43b and 43b are formed integrally with the first light transmitting member 43, and the depressing walls 43b and 43b are also light transmissive. The pair of depressing walls 43b and 43b are separated by a width that allows one pachinko sphere to pass through, and an intermediate sphere passage 44 through which the pachinko sphere can pass is defined between the depressing walls 43b and 43b. Further, the pair of depressing walls 43b and 43b are formed so as to be bent a plurality of times in the left-right direction in a parallel state, whereby the intermediate sphere passage 44 is also bent in the left-right direction. That is, when the pachinko sphere passes through the intermediate sphere passage 44, the chance of the pachinko sphere contacting the depressing walls 43b and 43b can be increased, and the momentum of the pachinko sphere can be reliably reduced. It is like that. In addition, a left intermediate sphere passage 44a is defined between the left reducing wall 43b and the rail member 24, and a right intermediate sphere passage is provided between the right reducing wall 43b and the left inclined flange portion 36a. 44b is defined, and the left and right intermediate sphere passages 44a and 44b are also set to have a width that allows one pachinko ball to pass through. The side surface of the left inclined saddle portion 36a that defines the right intermediate sphere passage 44b that faces the reducing wall 43b is formed to be curved a plurality of times in the left-right direction so as to follow the reducing wall 43b.

  In the first path 20a, an upper ball passage 45 is defined by a number of game nails 27 on the upper side of the arrangement position of the first light transmissive member 43, and the first light transmissive member 43 is arranged. A lower ball passage 46 is defined by a large number of game nails 27 on the lower side across the installation position. As shown in FIG. 13, the ball outlet of the upper sphere passage 45 and the sphere inlet of the intermediate sphere passage 44 defined by the pair of depressing walls 43b and 43b are substantially aligned in a vertical relationship. The sphere outlet of the intermediate sphere passage 44 and the sphere inlet of the lower sphere passage 46 are configured to be substantially aligned with each other in a vertical relationship. That is, the pachinko balls that have passed through the upper sphere passageway 45 are configured to pass through the intermediate sphere passageway 44 and enter the lower sphere passageway 46, and the pachinko balls 27 that constitute the lower sphere passageway 46. The force of the pachinko sphere can be weakened by the contact with the depressing walls 43b and 43b before the contact. Further, the pachinko sphere passing through the left intermediate sphere passage 44a and the right intermediate sphere passage 44b is also de-energized by contacting one of the depressing walls 43b, the rail member 24, or the left inclined saddle portion 36a. The momentum of the pachinko ball when contacting the game nail 27 planted below the one translucent member 43 can be weakened.

  A plurality of convex portions 43c are formed on the front surface corresponding to the intermediate sphere passageway 44 in the first light transmissive member 43 so as to be separated from each other in the vertical direction, and the front surface corresponding to the intermediate sphere passageway 44 has an uneven shape. Yes. That is, the pachinko ball that rolls on the front surface of the first light transmissive member 43 is configured to be depressurized by contacting the convex portion 43c. The protrusion dimension from the front surface of the 1st translucent member 43 in the convex part 43c is set to the value which the pachinko ball which contacted the convex part 43c does not contact the glass plate of the said front frame 15. FIG.

[About the second light transmitting portion 41]
As shown in FIG. 2, the second light transmission portion 41 has a non-light-transmitting property that is disposed in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 and is spaced apart in the vertical direction at a substantially intermediate portion in the vertical direction of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The second central light is partitioned by the decorative parts 39, 39 from the second light transmitting part 41 above the upper decorative part 39 and the second light transmitting part 41 below the lower decorative part 39. A transmission part 41a is formed. The decorative part 39 that partitions the second central light transmitting part 41a is formed with a light transmitting part in the same manner as the decorative part 39 that partitions the first central light transmitting part 40a, and light is transmitted along the right edge of the window 28a. The transmissive portion and the non-light transmissive portion are mixed to form an interesting decoration as a whole, but the second central light transmissive portion 41a is from the inner edge of the window 28a to the outer edge of the right inclined collar portion 36b. The light transmitting part is configured to extend in the horizontal direction with a predetermined width in the vertical direction. Further, as shown in FIG. 2, the second central light transmission part 41a is formed so as to be substantially aligned with the first central light transmission part 40a in the left-right direction.

[About the second translucent member 47]
As shown in FIG. 3, the first mounting opening 25a is formed up to the vicinity of the inner edge of the panel decoration member 23. With the frame-shaped decorative body 28 attached to the first mounting opening 25a, the panel decoration The second path 20b is defined on the front side of the flat plate-like fixing plate 35 located between the member 23 and the right inclined flange portion 36b. In the following description, the fixing plate that defines the second path 20a may be referred to as a passage fixing plate 35a and distinguished for convenience. As shown in FIG. 5, the passage fixing plate 35 a is located on the inner side of the first mounting opening 25 a except for the predetermined width of the outer peripheral end, and the back side is not blocked by the game board 12. It is possible to illuminate from.

  A second light transmissive member 47 is provided on the passage fixing plate 35a so as to cross the second path 20b at a portion aligned with the second central light transmitting portion 41a in the left-right direction. The second light transmitting member 47 constitutes a part of the passage fixing plate 35a, and the upper and lower passage fixing plates 35a sandwiching the second light transmitting member 47 are subjected to non-light transmission processing. Thus, only the second light transmitting member 47 is a light transmitting portion. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 8, the second light transmissive member 47 is configured to be continuous with the second central light transmissive portion 41a, and thereby the window 28a from the second path 20b outside the frame-shaped decorative body 28. A light transmitting portion that allows light from the back side to pass through is linearly formed up to the inner edge. The second light transmissive member 47 and the second central light transmissive portion 41a are illuminated from the back side of the game board 12 by the second path light emitting device 70 described later. That is, in the game board 12 of the embodiment, light transmitting portions (first light transmitting members 43) extending across the first path 20 a and the second path 20 b on the left and right sides across the window 28 a of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The first central light transmission part 40a, the second light transmission member 47, and the second central light transmission part 41a) are linearly formed in the lateral direction. The second light transmissive member 47 may be formed separately from the fixed plate 35.

[About the installation member 21]
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 6, the symbol display device 14 is detachably disposed on the back side of the game board 12, and movable effect devices M 1, M 2, M 3, M 4, which will be described later, and a plurality of An installation member 21 formed of a synthetic resin material on which game parts such as the light emitting devices 60, 67, 68, 70, etc. are arranged on the front side is arranged so that it can be handled as one unit using the installation member 21 as a base material. It has become. Further, the installation member 21 is opened at a position aligned with the window 28a of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 in the front-rear direction so that a substantially rectangular opening 21a is opened in the front-rear direction, and the opening 21a and the window 28a are interposed through the opening 21a. The display unit 14 a of the symbol display device 14 is configured to be visible from the front side of the game board 12. In the embodiment, the opening 21a of the installation member 21 has a substantially square shape defined by the upper side, the lower side, the left side, and the right side, and the display unit 14a of the symbol display device 14 is visible from the opening 21a. Therefore, the edge part of the opening 21a is the outer edge of the display part 14a.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the installation member 21 is moved forward from a substantially rectangular facing surface portion 48 facing the game board 12 and an outer peripheral wall portion 49 extending forward from the peripheral edge portion of the facing surface portion 48. It is formed in an open box shape, and is entirely composed of a transparent member. A plurality of installation fixing portions 50 extending to the outside of the opening of the installation member 21 are formed at the front end portion of the outer peripheral wall portion 49. Then, the installation member 21 is detachably attached to the game board 12 by screwing the installation fixation parts 50 to the game board 12 in a state where the installation fixation parts 50 are in contact with the back surface of the game board 12. The opposed surface portion 48 is formed with the large opening portion 21a in which most of the vertical and horizontal widths are open. In the following description, the portions of the facing surface portion 48 that are positioned vertically and horizontally with respect to the opening 21a are referred to as an upper facing surface portion 48a, a lower facing surface portion 48b, a left facing surface portion 48c, and a right facing surface portion 48d, respectively.

  With the installation member 21 attached to the back side of the game board 12, a required installation space is defined between the facing surface portion 48 of the installation member 21 and the game board 12 (see FIG. 4). As shown in FIGS. 4 and 6, the first movable effect device (movable effect device) M1 is disposed on the left facing surface portion 48c and the second movable surface on the right facing surface portion 48d. An effect device (movable effect device) M2 and a third movable effect device M3 are provided. The first movable effect device M1 and the second movable effect device M2 are separated from each other in the direction along the board surface of the game board 12, and the first movable effect device M1 and the second movable effect device M2 are connected to the installation member 21. Each is accommodated in an installation space defined between the game board 12 and the game board 12. The third movable effect device M3 is also accommodated in the installation space, and in the embodiment, a fourth movable effect device (movable effect device) M4 is provided in the third movable effect device M3.

[About the first movable effect device M1]
As shown in FIGS. 4, 5, and 6, the first movable effect device M <b> 1 is supported by the first support member 51 attached to the installation member 21 and the front side of the first support member 51, and the game board And a first movable member (movable member) 52 capable of performing a required operation along the 12 panel surfaces. The first movable member 52 includes a first movable base 53 supported by the first support member 51 so as to be swingable at one end (lower end) in the longitudinal direction, and a longitudinal direction with respect to the first movable base 53. The first movable member 52 is configured to swing in the left-right direction by a driving mechanism which will be described later. The The first support member 51 is detachably fixed to the left facing surface portion 48c of the installation member 21, and the first movable member 52 supported by the first support member 51 is normally attached to the installation member 21. It is held at a standby position where the posture (see FIG. 6) extends vertically along the left opening end.

  In the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, when the first movable member 52 is in the standby position, the first light transmitting portion 40 (the first light transmitting portion 40 in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 is provided on the front side of the first movable member 52. 1 central light transmission part 40a) is located. Further, the first movable member 52 extends from the corresponding left end edge of the window 28a to the center side of the display unit 14a in the symbol display device 14 at an operation position to be described later (see FIG. 7). It is comprised so that it may move along the board surface of the game board 12 between. Further, a first gap (gap) S1 is defined between the first movable member 52 at the standby position and the back surface of the game board 12, and will be described later via the first gap S1. The light from the first light emitting device 60 is configured to be able to irradiate the first light transmission unit 40.

  The first movable base 53 is provided with a first surface light emitting portion 53a that emits light by a built-in LED (not shown) as a light emitter at a position facing the first central light transmitting portion 40a at the standby position. The surface light emitting portion 53a is configured to emit light from the back side by surface emitting the surface light emitting portion 53a. The pair of first decorative bodies 54, 54 disposed on the first movable base 53 are configured to move toward and away from each other by a driving body such as a solenoid (not shown). It is configured to cover the front side of the first surface light emitting portion 53a when 54 is close to each other and to expose the first surface light emitting portion 53a to the front side when separated.

[About the second movable effect device M2]
As shown in FIGS. 4, 5, and 6, the basic configuration of the second movable effect device M <b> 2 is the same as that of the first movable effect device M <b> 1, and the second support attached to the installation member 21. A member 55 and a second movable member (movable member) 56 that is supported on the front side of the second support member 55 and can perform a required operation along the board surface of the game board 12 are provided. The second movable member 56 includes a second movable base 57 supported by the second support member 55 so as to be swingable at one end (lower end) in the longitudinal direction, and a longitudinal direction with respect to the second movable base 57. The second movable member 56 is configured to swing in the left-right direction by a drive mechanism to be described later. . The second support member 55 is detachably screwed and fixed to the right facing surface portion 48d of the installation member 21, and the second movable member 56 supported by the second support member 55 is normally attached to the installation member 21. It is held at a standby position that assumes a posture (see FIG. 6) extending vertically along the right opening end.

  In the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, in the state where the second movable member 56 is in the standby position, the second light transmitting portion 41 ( The second central light transmission part 41a) is located. The second movable member 56 extends from the corresponding right end edge of the window 28a to the center side of the display unit 14a in the symbol display device 14 at an operation position described later (see FIG. 7). It is comprised so that it may move along the board surface of the game board 12 between. Further, a second gap (gap) S2 is defined between the second movable member 56 in the standby position and the back surface of the game board 12, and will be described later via the second gap S2. The light from the second light emitting device 68 is configured to be able to irradiate the second light transmitting portion 41. In the embodiment, in the standby position of the first movable member 52 and the second movable member 56, the entire first movable member 52 is not exposed in the window 28a, whereas the second movable member 52 is not exposed. Although a part of the member 56 is exposed in the window 28a (see FIG. 2), the entire second movable member 56 may not be exposed in the window 28a.

  The second movable base 57 is provided with a second surface light emitting portion 57a that emits light by a built-in LED (not shown) as a light emitter at a position facing the second central light transmitting portion 41a at the standby position. By surface emitting the surface light emitting portion 57a, the second central light transmitting portion 41a can be illuminated from the back side. The pair of second decorative bodies 58 and 58 disposed on the second movable base 57 are configured to move toward and away from each other by a driving body such as a solenoid (not shown). Is configured to cover the front side of the second surface light emitting portion 57a when they are close to each other and to expose the second surface light emitting portion 57a to the front side when they are separated from each other.

[About the drive mechanisms of the first and second movable effect devices M1 and M2]
A drive mechanism (not shown) that swings the first movable member 52 and the second movable member 56 in the left-right direction is disposed on the upper facing surface portion 48 a of the installation member 21. The drive mechanism includes a first operating part that is pivotally connected to the upper end of the first movable base 53 and a second operating part that is pivotally connected to the upper end of the second movable base 57. The first movable member 52 and the second movable member 56 are moved to a corresponding support member 51, by moving both operating parts closer to and away from each other by an operation transmission mechanism such as a rack-pinion connected to the motor. With the supporting portion 55 as a fulcrum, the upper end side is configured to swing in the left-right direction between an operating position (see FIG. 7) close to each other and a standby position (see FIG. 6) separated from each other.

[About the first light emitting device 60]
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the first support member 51 disposed on the left facing surface portion 48 c extends along the left edge portion defining the window 28 a in the frame-shaped decorative body 28. A first light emitting device (light emitting device) 60 for illuminating the one light transmitting portion 40 from the back side is disposed. The first light emitting device 60 includes a plurality (two in the embodiment) of first light emitting units 61 that are disposed on the front surface of the first support member 51 and are spaced apart in the vertical direction. Since the basic configuration of each first light emitting unit 61 is the same, the configuration of the first light emitting unit 61 positioned on the lower side in FIG. 6 will be described. The same reference numerals are assigned and detailed description is omitted.

  As shown in FIGS. 9, 10, and 11, the first light emitting unit 61 includes a non-light-transmissive base portion 62 disposed on the first support member 51, and is detachable from the base portion 62. And a light emitting substrate 64 and a reflector 65 accommodated in an accommodation chamber defined by the cover body 63 and the base portion 62. The light emitting substrate 64 is formed in a rectangular shape whose longitudinal length extends in the vertical direction, and a plurality (three in the embodiment) of LEDs 64a as light emitters are mounted on the front surface of the light emitting substrate 64 so as to be spaced apart in the vertical direction. Has been. A pair of first support protrusions 62a and 62a are provided on the front surface of the base portion 62 so as to be spaced apart from each other in the vertical direction, and to the left of the first support protrusions 62a and 62a (the frame-shaped decorative body 28). A pair of second support protrusions 62b and 62b are provided so as to protrude vertically on the side away from the window 28a. The light emitting board 64 is inclined by the four support protrusions 62a, 62a, 62b, 62b so that the front surface on which the LED 64a is mounted is inclined obliquely toward the front right side (the light of the LED 64a is the first light transmitting portion 40). Inclined posture (irradiated obliquely from behind). The second support protrusions 62b and 62b are respectively formed with screw through holes 62c for fixing a partition member 66 described later to the base portion 62.

  The reflector 65 disposed on the front side of the light emitting substrate 64 is formed with a through hole 65a that faces each LED 64a mounted on the light emitting substrate 64, and the front surface of the reflector 65 has an edge of each through hole 65a. A reflective surface 65b is formed that is displaced outward as it is spaced forward from the portion. The reflector 65 is formed of a non-light-transmitting material, and the surface is set to a color (white in the embodiment) that can efficiently reflect light. That is, when the LED 64a facing the through hole 65a emits light, the light can be efficiently reflected forward by the reflecting surface 65b. As shown in FIG. 10, a plurality of positioning pins 65 c project from the back surface of the reflector 65 in the vertical direction, and the positioning pins 65 c are inserted into positioning holes 64 b formed in the light emitting substrate 64. Thus, the light emitting substrate 64 and the reflector 65 are positioned in a state where each LED 64a faces the corresponding through hole 65a. The right end edge of the reflector 65 is provided with notches 65d and 65d into which the first support protrusions 62a and 62a are fitted, and the first support protrusions 62a and 62a are fitted into the notches 65d and 65d. The vertical positioning of the reflector 65 with respect to the base portion 62 is performed.

  The cover body 63 is formed of a transparent material in a box shape that opens rearward. The light emitting substrate 64 and the reflector 65 are accommodated in the cover body 63 and the open end (rear end) is used as a base. In an assembled state so as to be in contact with the pedestal 62, an inclined wall 63a facing diagonally right front is provided. Then, the inclined wall 63a abuts against the front surface of the reflector 65, so that the reflector 65 and the light emitting substrate 64 have the support protrusions 62a and 62b of the base 62 and the inclined wall 63a as shown in FIG. So as to be held in the inclined posture. That is, in the embodiment, the first support protrusions 62a and 62a, the second support protrusions 62b and 62b of the base portion 62, and the inclined wall 63a of the cover body 63 include support means for holding the light emitting substrate 64 in an inclined posture. It is configured.

  A partition member 66 is fixed to the base portion 62 with screws while the light emitting substrate 64, the reflector 65, and the cover body 63 are accommodated in the base portion 62. The partition member 66 is formed in a box shape that opens rearward from a non-light-transmitting material, and screws inserted into the screw through holes 62c formed in the second support protrusions 62b, By screwing into corresponding screw holes formed in the partition member 66, the light emitting substrate 64, the reflector 65, and the cover body 63 are sandwiched and positioned by the base portion 62 and the partition member 66 (see FIG. 11). . The partition member 66 is formed with openings 66a having shapes and dimensions corresponding to the outer periphery of each reflecting surface 65b of the reflector 65, and the light from the LED 64a and the light reflected by the reflecting surface 65b are separated from each other. It is comprised so that it may irradiate outward from the opening part 66a of 66.

  In the first light emitting unit 61 disposed on the front side of the first support member 51 via the base portion 62, as shown in FIG. 4 and FIG. 5, the window with the first movable member 52 in the standby position interposed therebetween The partition member 66 is positioned on the opposite side of the center of the 28a, and the opening 66a of the partition member 66 is formed between the first movable member 52 and the first light transmitting portion 40. Configured to face S1. That is, the light from the LED 64a of the light emitting substrate 64 is irradiated from the diagonally left rear side to the first light transmission unit 40 without being blocked by the first movable member 52 at the standby position.

  Here, the first support member 51 is formed of a transparent material. In addition, as shown in FIG. 6, two first light emitting units 61, 61 are disposed on the front side of the first support member 51 so as to be spaced apart from each other in the vertical direction. An exposed portion 51a through which the one support member 51 is exposed is provided. A first path light emitting device (light emitting device) 67 is disposed at a position corresponding to the exposed portion 51 a inside the first support member 51 (see FIGS. 5 and 14), and is provided in the light emitting device 67. The exposed portion 51a can be illuminated from the back side by emitting light from the LED 67a as a light emitter. The exposed portion 51a of the first support member 51 is located on the rear side of the first light transmissive member 43, and is configured to illuminate the first light transmissive member 43 with light transmitted through the exposed portion 51a. . The exposed portion 51a is subjected to a light diffusing process so that the inside of the first support member 51 is difficult to see from the front side through the first light transmitting member 43 and the exposed portion 51a.

[About the second light emitting device 68]
The second support member 55 disposed on the right facing surface portion 48d illuminates the second light transmission portion 41 extending along the right edge defining the window 28a in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 from the back side. A second light emitting device (light emitting device) 68 is disposed. The second light emitting device 68 includes two second light emitting units 69 and 69. Since the basic configuration of the second light emitting unit 69 shown in FIG. 12 is the same as that of the first light emitting unit 61, detailed description thereof will be omitted, and the same reference numerals will be given to the same members already described. However, with respect to the second light emitting unit 69, the second light emitting unit 69 is disposed on the front side of the second support member 55 via the base portion 62, as shown in FIG. The partition member 66 is located on the opposite side of the center of the window 28a across the movable member 56, and the opening 66a of the partition member 66 is located between the second movable member 56 and the second light transmitting portion 41. It is configured to face the second gap S2 to be formed. That is, the light from the LED 64a of the light emitting substrate 64 constituting the second light emitting unit 69 is irradiated from the diagonally left rear side to the second light transmitting portion 41 without being blocked by the second movable member 56 at the standby position. It is like that. The inclination angle of the inclined wall 63a in the cover body 63 in the state where the second light emitting unit 69 is disposed on the second support member 55 is set in relation to the second movable member 56 and the second light transmitting portion 41. In the embodiment, the inclination angle of the inclined wall 63a of the cover body 63 of the first light emitting unit 61 is different.

  Here, the second support member 55 is formed of a transparent material. Further, as shown in FIG. 6, two second light emitting units 69 and 69 are disposed on the front side of the second support member 55 so as to be spaced apart in the vertical direction. 2 An exposed portion 55a through which the support member 55 is exposed is provided. A second path light-emitting device (light-emitting device) 70 is disposed in the second support member 55 at a position corresponding to the exposed portion 55a (see FIG. 5), and the light-emitting body provided in the light-emitting device 70 By emitting the LED 70a, the exposed portion 55a can be illuminated from the back side. The exposed portion 55a of the second support member 55 is located on the rear side of the second light transmissive member 47, and is configured to illuminate the second light transmissive member 47 with light transmitted through the exposed portion 55a. . The exposed portion 55a is subjected to light diffusion processing so that the inside of the second support member 55 is difficult to see from the front side through the second light transmitting member 47 and the exposed portion 55a.

[About the third movable effect device M3]
The third movable effect device M3 includes a third movable member 71 that moves up and down behind the second movable member 56 by a drive mechanism (not shown) disposed inside the second support member 55. The third movable member 71 is an arm-shaped member that is connected to the drive mechanism and extends horizontally from the second support member 55 to the left (the side of the window 28a), and is formed on the front surface of the third movable member 71. Is provided with a lens portion 71a extending in the left-right direction at a predetermined length, and the lens portion 71a is brightened by emitting light (not shown) mounted on a light-emitting substrate disposed inside the movable member. Configured to do. Then, the third movable member 71 includes a standby position that is hidden behind the decorative design body 72 disposed at the upper edge of the window 28a in the frame-shaped decorative body 28, and a lens portion that is displaced downward from the standby position. 71a is configured to reciprocate between operating positions aligned in the left-right direction with the second central light transmission portion 41a. That is, in the state where the third movable member 71 is moved to the standby position, as shown in FIG. 8, the second light transmitting member 47, the second central light transmitting portion 41a, and the third movable member 71 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The lens portion 71a is linearly connected in the left-right direction.

[About the fourth movable effect device M4]
A fourth movable effect device (movable effect device) M4 is disposed at the tip of the third movable member 71 so as to move integrally, and the fourth movable effect device M4 waits for the third movable member 71. It is hidden behind the decorative design body 72 at the position, and faces the vicinity of the center of the window 28a at the operating position (see FIGS. 8 and 15). As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the fourth movable effect device M4 is rotatably supported by the base member 73 and the base member 73, and is relatively relative to the base member 73 by a motor 74 as a driving means. It is basically composed of an operating member 75 that is rotated forward and backward, and a plurality of movable bodies 76, 77, 78 disposed on the operating member 75 (the movable bodies 76, 77, 78 are shown in FIGS. 23).

[About the base member 73]
As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the base member 73 includes an attachment base 79 disposed and fixed at the distal end of the third movable member 71, and a motor support member 80 assembled to the front side of the attachment base 79. And a cam member 81 assembled to the front side of the motor support member 80. The attachment base 79, the motor support member 80, and the cam member 81 are formed in a disk shape having substantially the same diameter, and the outer shape of the base member 73 forms the outer shape of the fourth movable effect device M4. As shown in FIG. 24, a cylindrical receiving portion 79a projects forward from the center of the attachment base 79, and the cylindrical receiving portion 79a is disposed on a third movable body 78, which will be described later. The shaft part 108b of the engaging part 108 is inserted and supported rotatably. Further, a plurality of (four in the embodiment) rear engagement protrusions (second inclination guide portions) are arranged on the front surface of the attachment base portion 79 on a concentric circle centering on the cylindrical receiving portion 79a and spaced in the circumferential direction. ) 82 is projected. Each rear engagement protrusion 82 is formed in an arc shape centering on the cylindrical receiving portion 79a, and is configured such that a front engagement protrusion 109, which will be described later, is slidably moved as the engagement component 108 rotates. In addition, an inclined guide surface 82 a that is displaced in the circumferential direction from the front surface of the attachment base 79 toward the front is formed on the front surface on one end side in the circumferential direction of the rear engagement protrusion 82. The inclined guide surfaces 82a in the four rear engagement protrusions 82 are all formed in the same direction on the same end side.

  The motor support member 80 is formed with a through-hole 80a penetrating in the front-rear direction at the center. As shown in FIG. 17, the engagement component 108 is inserted into the through-hole 80a, and the engagement component The shaft portion 108b of 108 can be inserted into the cylindrical receiving portion 79a from the front side. The motor 74 is disposed on the back surface of the motor support member 80, and the drive gear 83 disposed on the output shaft of the motor 74 and driven to rotate faces the front side of the motor support member 80. Further, a position sensor 84 is disposed on the front surface of the motor support member 80. The attachment base 79 is provided with a motor through hole 79b at a position corresponding to the motor 74 disposed on the motor support member 80. When the motor support member 80 is assembled to the attachment base 79, In addition, the rear portion of the motor 74 is configured to be inserted into the motor through hole 79b.

  The cam member 81 is formed in an annular shape with a transparent synthetic resin material, and a light emitting substrate 85 is disposed on the back surface of the cam member 81 as shown in FIGS. A plurality of LEDs 85a as light emitters are mounted on the front surface of the light emitting substrate 85, and the cam member 81 can be illuminated from the back side by emitting the LEDs 85a. On the back surface of the cam member 81, a driven gear 86 is rotatably disposed adjacent to a central through hole 81a formed in the cam member 81 extending in the front-rear direction, and the drive gear 83 is disposed on the driven gear 86. Meshed.

  On the front surface of the cam member 81, as shown in FIG. 25, a plurality of first guide grooves (second guide portions) 87 extending radially from the outside of the center through hole (rotation center portion) 81a are spaced apart in the circumferential direction ( In the embodiment, 6) are formed. Further, on the front surface of the cam member 81, a second guide groove (fourth guide) extending radially from the outside of the center through hole (rotation center portion) 81a between the first guide grooves 87, 87 adjacent in the circumferential direction. Part) 88 is formed (in the embodiment, six second guide grooves 88 are also formed). The first guide groove 87 and the second guide groove 88 have the same shape, and are formed in an arc shape that is displaced in the circumferential direction (the rotation direction of the operating member 75) from the center through hole 81a side toward the outer periphery. Then, both guide grooves 87, 88 extend in a radial curve shape with the center through hole 81a as the center. Further, a first concentric guide groove (first concentric guide portion) 89 that opens forward in an arc shape around the rotation axis of the operating member 75 is provided on the outer peripheral end portion side of the first guide groove 87. In addition, a second concentric guide groove (second concentric guide portion) 90 is provided on the outer peripheral end portion side of the second guide groove 88 and is open forward in an arc shape centering on the rotation shaft of the operating member 75. A first guide pin 97 (to be described later) provided on the first movable body 76 is slidably engaged with the first guide groove 87 and the first concentric guide groove 89, and the second guide groove 88 and the second guide groove 88 are slidably engaged. A concentric guide groove 90 is configured to slidably engage a second guide pin 101 (described later) provided on the second movable body 77 (see FIGS. 25, 29, and 35).

  As shown in FIGS. 27, 29, and 36, the depths of the first guide groove 87 and the first concentric guide groove 89 (the length in the front-rear direction to the bottom surface facing the front end opening) are the two guide grooves. The first guide pins 97 guided by 87 and 89 are set to dimensions that do not contact the bottom surface, and when the first guide pins 97 move in the two guide grooves 87 and 89, the corresponding first movable bodies 76 are arranged. It is configured not to be displaced in the front-rear direction (axial direction). On the other hand, an inclined guide portion 90a is formed on the bottom surface of the second concentric guide groove 90. The inclined guide portion 90a is inclined so that the bottom surface is displaced forward as the distance from the connection portion with the second guide groove 88 increases. 36). Then, the end of the second guide pin 101 guided by the second concentric guide groove 90 moves in a state of being in contact with the inclined guide portion 90a, so that the second movable body 77 is second as described later. The guide pin 101 is configured to be displaced in the front-rear direction (axial direction) (see FIG. 28). The depth of the second guide groove 88 through which the second guide pin 101 is guided is set to be substantially the same as that of the first guide groove 87, and the second guide pin 101 contacts the bottom surface of the second guide groove 88. Configured to move.

[Operation member 75]
As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the operating member 75 is constructed by assembling a front panel 91 and a rear panel 92 formed in a substantially disc shape with a transparent synthetic resin material, and the outer shape of the operating member 75 is as follows. The outer shape of the base member 73 is set substantially the same. In the rear panel 92, first guide holes (first guide parts) 92a extending radially from the center of rotation and penetrating in the front-rear direction are formed in the same number as the first guide grooves 87 formed in the base member 73. Has been. The rear panel 92 has second guide holes (third guide portions) 92b extending radially from the center of rotation and penetrating in the front-rear direction between the first guide holes 92a and 92a adjacent in the circumferential direction. The second guide holes 92 b are formed in the same number as the second guide grooves 88 formed in the base member 73. The first guide hole 92a and the second guide hole 92b are formed so as to extend linearly in the radial direction, and the second guide hole 92b is opened outward at the outer peripheral end of the rear panel 92. Yes.

  By assembling the front panel 91 on the front surface of the rear panel 92, a first slider 96 to be described later is slidably supported along the first guide hole 92a between the two panels 91 and 92, and a first to be described later. 2 The slider 102 is configured to be slidably supported along the second guide hole 92b. Further, in a state where the front panel 91 is assembled to the front surface of the rear panel 92, first guide grooves 92c and 92c are formed between both the panels 91 and 92 on both sides in the circumferential direction across the first guide hole 92a. At the same time, second guide grooves 92d and 92d are formed on both sides in the circumferential direction across the second guide hole 92b (see FIG. 16). Then, a later-described flange portion 96b of the first slider 96 is slidably supported by the first guide grooves 92c and 92c, thereby restricting the movement of the first slider 96 in the front-rear direction (axial direction). It is configured as follows. Further, since a flange portion 102b described later of the second slider 102 is slidably supported by the second guide grooves 92d and 92d, the movement of the second slider 102 in the front-rear direction (axial direction) is restricted. It is configured as follows. Further, the front panel 91 extends radially from the center of rotation to a position corresponding to each of the first guide hole 92a and the second guide hole 92b of the rear panel 92, penetrates in the front-rear direction, and radially outwards. Open long holes 91a and 91b are formed, and the front surfaces of the sliders 96 and 102 face forward from the long holes 91a and 91b.

  In the front panel 91 and the rear panel 92, center through holes 91c and 92e having the same shape are formed in the center of rotation so as to penetrate in the front-rear direction. The center through holes 91c and 92e are formed in a non-circular shape as shown in FIGS. Then, a positioning component 93 having a front projection 93a formed in the same shape as the central through holes 91c and 92e projecting from the front surface is inserted into the central through holes 91c and 92e from the rear side. The front panel 91 and the rear panel 92 are positioned with the guide holes 92a and 92b and the long holes 91a and 91b aligned in the front-rear direction. A rear projection 93 b is provided on the rear surface of the positioning component 93, and the rear projection 93 b is rotatably inserted into the central through hole 81 a of the cam member 81. Further, a gear member 94 is screwed to the rear surface of the rear protrusion 93b facing the rear side of the central through hole 81a of the cam member 81, whereby the operating member 75 is moved in the axial direction with respect to the cam member 81. It is assembled in a restricted state so that it can rotate freely. A non-circular central recess 95 is formed in the front protrusion 93a of the positioning component 93 so as to open forward, and a rotation restricting member 106 of a third movable body 78 described later is inserted into the central recess 95. By doing so, it is configured to restrict the rotation of the third movable plate 78. Further, an insertion hole 95 a that opens to the rear side of the rear projection 93 b is formed at the rotation center of the positioning component 93 so as to communicate with the central recess 95.

  A tooth portion 94 a provided on the gear member 94 meshes with the driven gear 86 disposed on the cam member 81, and the driven gear 86 is rotated in the forward and reverse directions by the motor 74. Thus, the actuating member 75 is configured to rotate in the forward and reverse directions. The gear member 94 is provided with a detection piece 94b extending outward in the radial direction, and the detection piece 94b is configured to be detectable by the position sensor 84. In the embodiment, as shown in FIG. 30 (a), in the front view of the fourth movable effect device M4, the clockwise direction is designated as the forward rotation direction, and the counterclockwise direction is designated as the reverse rotation direction.

[About the first movable body 76]
As shown in FIGS. 26 to 29, a first movable body (front display body) 76 is supported on the operating member 75 so as to be movable along the first guide holes 92a, and a second movable body. A body (rear display body, divided display body) 77 is supported movably along the second guide holes 92b. As shown in FIGS. 20 and 21, the first movable body 76 is formed in a sector shape obtained by dividing the disk into six parts, and a first slider 96 is disposed on the back side of the first movable body 76, and A first guide pin (engaging portion) 97 is provided so as to protrude rearward from one slider 96. The first slider 96 is formed with a flange 96b extending outward at the rear end edge of the main body 96a slidably inserted into the elongated hole 91a of the front panel 91. Inside the operating member 75 (between the front panel 91 and the rear panel 92), the collar portion 96b is located in the first guide grooves 92c, 92c, and the main body 96a is movable in a state where the main body 96a is located in the long hole 91a. When assembled, the first slider 96 is configured to be movable along the first guide hole 92a. A first movable body 76 is disposed on the front surface of the first slider 96 via a first spacing member 98, and a first movable body 76 is disposed between the front surface of the front panel 91 and the first movable body 76. The second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 are configured to define a gap that can be accommodated (see FIG. 27).

  As shown in FIG. 27, a first guide pin 97 projecting rearward from the first slider 96 is slidably inserted into the first guide hole 92a of the rear panel 92 and extends rearward for a required length. Yes. Further, an end portion of the first guide pin 97 protruding rearward from the operating member 75 (rear panel 92) is configured to slidably engage with the first guide groove 87 of the cam member 81. That is, as the operating member 75 rotates with respect to the base member 73, the first guide hole 92a and the first guide groove 87 are displaced as shown in FIG. The first guide pin 97 moves along the intersection of 92a and the first guide groove 87, so that the first movable body 76 is configured to move forward and backward in the radial direction with respect to the operating member 75 (FIG. 30). (See (a), (b), (c), FIG. 31, FIG. 32, FIG. 33)). The first guide pin 97 is formed in a cylindrical shape and is configured to be able to slide smoothly with respect to the first guide groove 87 and the first concentric guide groove 89.

  In the embodiment, the first movable body 76 is rotated by the rotation center portion of the operating member 75 (see FIG. 16 and FIG. 30A) by the relative forward and reverse rotation of the operating member 75 with respect to the base member 73. A first position that gathers at the base point), and a second position that is displaced radially outward so that the adjacent first movable bodies 76 are spaced apart from each other as shown in FIGS. 30 (c), 32, and 33. Configured to move between. In the first position, the six first movable bodies 76 gather to form a substantially circular shape, and in the second position, a gap 99 is defined between the adjacent first movable bodies 76. It has come to change to the form. Further, when the first guide pin 97 moves along the first concentric guide groove 89, the first movable body 76 has a relative positional relationship with the operating member 75 (a radial position and a front-rear position). It moves in the circumferential direction together with the operating member 75 without changing the angle. That is, when the first guide pin 97 moves along the first concentric guide groove 89, the first movable member is maintained while maintaining the gap 99 between the first movable members 76, 76 adjacent in the circumferential direction. The body 76 moves in the circumferential direction, and the second and third movable bodies 77 and 78 are fitted into the gap 99 as will be described later during this movement. The gap 99 defined between the six first movable bodies 76 in the second position is adjacent in the circumferential direction as shown in FIGS. 30 (c), 33a, and 34 (c). It is composed of six external gaps 99a defined between the first movable bodies 76 and 76, and one central gap 99b defined on the central side of the six first movable bodies 76. In addition, the second movable body 77 is fitted in each external gap 99a, and the third movable body 78 is fitted in the central gap 99b.

  The first movable body 76 is made of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material, and a front pattern 76a is applied to the front surface by attaching a metal plating or a non-light-transmitting member. The first decorative symbol 100 is formed by combining the two front symbols 76a. In the embodiment, each front symbol 76a is formed as the first decorative symbol 100 so that a family crest of a trefoil is formed. The light transmitting portion of the first movable body 76 that is not provided with the front pattern 76a is subjected to a light diffusion process such as Nashijijika, and the back side is viewed from the front side through the first movable body 76. In addition, it is configured to be able to emit light by light emitted from the LED 85a of the light emitting substrate 85.

[About the second movable body 77]
As shown in FIGS. 22, 23, 30 (c), 33, and 34 (c), the second movable body 77 is defined between the six first movable bodies 76 at the second position. The gap 99 is formed in a shape (substantially pentagonal in the embodiment) that can fill the outer gap 99a with a width (length in the rotation direction) that is substantially equal to the width dimension of the outer gap 99a that is spaced from the central portion. Has been. In addition, in a state where each second movable body 77 is fitted in the corresponding external gap 99a, the central gap 99b that is not filled with the second movable body 77 remains in the central portion. Composed. Further, a second guide pin (second engagement portion) 101 protrudes from the back surface of the second movable body 77, and the second slider 102 is movable in the axial direction on the second guide pin 101. Arranged. The second slider 102 has a flange portion 102b extending outward on the outer periphery of a main body 102a that can be slidably inserted into the long hole 91b of the front panel 91 and the second guide hole 92b of the rear panel 92. The second slider 102 is located inside the operating member 75 (between the front panel 91 and the rear panel 92), the flange part 102b is positioned in the second guide grooves 92d, 92d, and the main body 102a is the long hole 91b. The second slider 102 is configured so as to be movable along the second guide hole 92b. A second movable body 77 is disposed on the front surface of the second slider 102 via a second spacing member 103, and a second movable body 77 is disposed between the front surface of the front panel 91 and the second movable body 77. 3 is configured to define a gap that can accommodate the three movable bodies 78 (see FIG. 26). Further, an end portion of the second guide pin 101 protruding rearward from the operating member 75 (rear panel 92) is slidably engaged with the second guide groove 88 of the cam member 81. That is, as the operating member 75 rotates with respect to the base member 73, the second guide hole 92b and the second guide groove 88 are displaced, as shown in FIG. The second guide pin 101 is moved along the intersection between the second guide groove 88 and the second guide groove 88, whereby the second movable body 77 is configured to move forward and backward in the radial direction with respect to the operating member 75.

  In an embodiment, the second movable body 77 gathers at the rotation center (base point) of the operating member 75 by the relative forward and reverse rotation of the operating member 75 with respect to the base member 73 (see FIG. 26). ) And a fourth position (see FIG. 28) displaced radially outward so that the adjacent second movable bodies 77 are separated from each other. Then, the six second movable bodies 77 are overlapped and hidden behind the six first movable bodies 76 at the first position in the third position, and each of the second movable bodies 77 is hidden at the fourth position. However, it faces the external gap 99a between the first movable bodies 76 and 76 that are spaced apart from each other in the second position, and is visible from the front side through the gap 99a (FIG. 32 ( a)))). Further, the second movable body 77 changes the relative positional relationship (the radial position) with the operating member 75 when the second guide pin 101 moves along the second concentric guide groove 90. Instead, it moves together with the operating member 75 in the circumferential direction. In the embodiment, the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 are separated from the center of rotation when the operating member 75 rotates in the normal rotation direction (clockwise) with respect to the base member 73. The first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 are moved from the radially outer side when moving toward the radially outer side and the actuating member 75 rotates in the reverse direction (counterclockwise) with respect to the base member 73. It is comprised so that it may move so that it may approach toward a rotation center part.

  A first biasing means (biasing means) 104 such as a torsion spring is disposed between the second slider 102 and the second guide pin 101. The first biasing means 104 and the second slider 102 and the second guide pin 101 are arranged. The second movable body 77 is always biased in the direction of approaching. Then, in a state where the second slider 102 is supported in the second guide hole 92b, the second movable body 77 is held at a rearward retracted position that does not interfere with the first movable body 76. It has become. Further, when the second guide pin 101 moves on the inclined guide portion 90a of the second concentric guide groove 90, the second movable body 77 always has the rear end of the second guide pin 101 at the inclined guide portion 90a. It is urged by the first urging means 104 so as to abut. That is, when the second guide pin 101 moves along the inclined guide portion 90a, the second movable body 77 moves close to and away from the second slider 102, and at the projecting position which is the most separated position. Further, it is configured to face the external gap 99a between the first movable bodies 76 and 76 moved to the second position (see FIGS. 30C and 33). In the protruding position of the second movable body 77, the front surface (symbol display surface) of the second movable body 77 is positioned substantially flush with the front surface (symbol display surface) of the first movable body 76. Is set. Further, at the fourth position (projecting position) of the second movable body 77, the outer peripheral edge of the second movable body 77 is aligned with the outer peripheral edge of the first movable body 76 moved to the second position in the circumferential direction. The outer peripheral edges of all the first movable bodies 76 and all the second movable bodies 77 are configured to be circular. The slidable contact portion between the second guide pin 101 and the second guide groove 88 and the second concentric guide groove 90 is formed in a cylindrical shape, and smoothly slides with respect to the second guide groove 88 and the second concentric guide groove 90. Configured to be able to. 26 and 28, the rear end (engagement end) of the second guide pin 101 is formed in an arc shape, and the second guide pin 101 moves smoothly along the inclined guide portion 90a. It is configured to obtain.

  The second movable body 77 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material in the same manner as the first movable body 76, and the first movable body 77 is attached to the front surface by attaching a metal plating or a non-light-transmissive member. A rear pattern 77a is provided. The first rear pattern 77a is arranged in a state where the second movable body 77 appears in the external gap 99a between the first movable bodies 76 and 76 at the fourth position of the second movable body 77. It is formed in a shape that forms part of the second decorative pattern 105 together with the pattern 76a. The light transmitting portion of the second movable body 77 that is not provided with the first rear pattern 77a is subjected to a light diffusion process such as a pear root, and the second movable body 77 is seen through the back side. It is difficult to visually recognize from the front side, and is configured to be able to emit light by the light emitted from the LED 85a of the light emitting substrate 85.

[About the third movable body 78]
A third movable body (rear display body, combined display body) 78 is supported on the operating member 75 so as to be movable in the front-rear direction. The third movable body 78 has the same shape as the gap 99 defined between the plurality of first movable bodies 76 moved to the second position by being combined with the plurality of second movable bodies 77. It is formed in the shape to become. As shown in FIGS. 22 and 23, the third movable body 78 of the embodiment is formed in a star-shaped polygon having twelve vertices to fill the central side gap 99b in the gap 99. In the center of the back surface of the third movable body 78, a rotation restricting member 106 is provided, and a third guide pin 107 protruding rearward from the rotation restricting member 106 is provided. The rotation restricting member 106 is formed in the same shape as the central recessed portion 95 of the positioning component 93, and the rotation restricting member 106 is slidably inserted from the front side into the central recessed portion 95 of the positioning component 93, so that a third movable member is provided. The body 78 is assembled so that movement in the front-rear direction (axial direction) is allowed in a state where relative rotation with respect to the operation member 75 is restricted. That is, the third movable body 78 is configured to rotate integrally with the operating member 75. The third guide pin 107 is inserted into the insertion hole 95a of the positioning component 93 and the center through hole 94c of the gear member 94, and the end of the third guide pin 107 extending rearward from the gear member 94 The combined part 108 is fixed with screws.

  As shown in FIG. 24, the engaging component 108 is protruded from the disc-shaped main body 108a, the shaft portion 108b protruding from the center of the back surface of the disc-shaped main body 108a, and the outer peripheral portion of the back surface of the disc-shaped main body 108a. And a plurality of front engagement protrusions (third engagement parts) 109 that can be engaged with the rear engagement protrusions 82 provided on the attachment base 79. The engaging part 108 is rotatably supported in a state where the shaft part 108b is inserted into the cylindrical receiving part 79a of the attachment base 79 from the front side. In addition, a second urging means (such as a compression coil spring) that urges the third movable body 78 between the disk-shaped main body 108a and the gear member 94 in a direction that is always close to the front plate 91 (biasing force). Means) 110 is provided. The third movable body 78 is configured to be held at a rearward retracted position that does not interfere with the second movable body 77 by the second urging means 110 at all times. It should be noted that the third movable body 78 is overlapped and hidden behind the six second movable bodies 77 assembled at the third position in the retracted position.

  Each of the front engagement protrusions 109 is formed with an inclined guide surface 109a that is displaced in the circumferential direction from the rear surface of the disk-shaped main body 108a so as to correspond to the inclined guide surface 82a of the rear engagement protrusion 82. ing. Then, the third movable body 78 (actuating member 75) rotates forward and backward with the inclined guide surfaces 82a and 109a of the rear engagement protrusion 82 and the front engagement protrusion 109 in contact with each other. The third movable body 78 is configured to reciprocate in the front-rear direction while rotating integrally with the operating member 75. That is, the third movable body 78 moves to the operating member 75 in accordance with the relative positional displacement of the front and rear engaging protrusions 82 and 109 accompanying the relative forward and reverse rotation of the operating member 75 with respect to the base member 73. On the other hand, it is configured to reciprocate in the front-rear direction. At the protruding position of the third movable body 78 away from the front panel 91, the front surface (design display surface) of the third movable body 78 is the front surface of the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77. It is set so as to be located on substantially the same plane as the (symbol display plane) (see FIGS. 28 and 33).

  Further, the rotational angle position of the operating member 75 where the inclined guide surfaces 82a and 109a of the rear engagement protrusion 82 and the front engagement protrusion 109 are in contact with each other is the first rotation of the first movable body 76. The guide pin 97 and the second guide pin 101 of the second movable body 77 are set in accordance with the rotational angle position at which the guide pin 97 and the second guide pin 101 of the second movable body 77 move along the corresponding first concentric guide groove 89 and second concentric guide groove 90. Thereby, the gap 99 is maintained between the first movable bodies 76 adjacent to each other in the circumferential direction, and each of the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 is kept in the fourth position. When the movable body 77 moves in the circumferential direction, the third movable body 78 moves back and forth so that the third movable body 78 does not interfere with the first and second movable bodies 76 and 77. It is configured. When the third movable body 78 moves back and forth with respect to the actuating member 75, the shaft portion 108b of the engaging component 108 protrudes from the disc-shaped main body 108a so as not to be detached from the cylindrical receiving portion 79a.

  The third movable body 78 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material like the first movable body 76, and the second movable body 78 is attached to the front surface by attaching metal plating or a non-light-transmissive member. The rear pattern 78a is given. The second rear symbol 78a is formed by the first movable body 76 and the second movable body when the first movable body 76 is located at the second position and the second movable body 77 is located at the third position. In a state where it appears from the gap between the bodies 77, it is formed in a shape that forms the second decorative pattern 105 by combining with the front symbol 76a and the first rear symbol 77a. As shown in FIGS. 30 (a) and 30 (c), the second decorative design 105 is configured to have a similar shape in which the first decorative design 100 is enlarged. The light transmitting portion of the third movable body 78 that is not provided with the second rear pattern 78a is subjected to a light diffusion process such as nashijijika, and the back side through the third movable body 78. It is difficult to visually recognize from the front side, and is configured to be able to emit light by the light emitted from the LED 85a of the light emitting substrate 85.

  The first rear symbol 77a applied to the second movable body 77 and the second rear symbol 78a applied to the third movable body 78 are such that the first movable body 76 is in the first position. In the process in which the gap 99 expands and contracts when moving between two positions, the pattern formed by the portion that appears from the gap 99 in the rear symbols 77a and 78a and the front symbol 76a is the first decorative symbol 100. (See FIGS. 30 (b) and 31 (a)). That is, in the embodiment, when the first movable body 76 moves between the first position and the second position, the trefoil family crest appears to expand or contract as a whole in a front view. Yes. In the embodiments, the similar shape is not limited to a mathematical relationship in which one symbol is enlarged or reduced, and includes a meaning that can be determined to be the same shape as a whole.

(Effects of Example)
Next, the operation of the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment configured as described above will be described.

  When a player rotates the operation handle 18 provided on the front surface side of the middle frame 13, a pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launcher is launched by a guide rail 19 provided on the game board 12. It is launched into the game area 20 through the passage 19a. At this time, the launch position of the pachinko ball changes according to the amount of rotation of the operation handle 18, and the pachinko ball flows down the first path 20a or the second path 20b of the game area 20 according to the launch position.

  When pachinko spheres flowing down the first path 20 a enter the sphere introduction part 38, the pachinko spheres are introduced from the sphere introduction part 38 to the stage 37. The pachinko balls are discharged to the game area 20 after rolling the stage 37 left and right. When the pachinko ball wins the first start winning device 29, the symbol variation effect on the symbol display device 14 is started. As a result of the symbol variation effect, a predetermined symbol is displayed on the display unit 14a of the symbol display device 14. A big hit occurs when the combination is displayed. When a big hit occurs, according to the symbol combination displayed on the symbol display device 14, the special winning device 31 provided on the game board 12 is opened and a big hit effect is performed on the symbol display device 14. When a big hit occurs, the player rotates the operation handle 18 to increase the hitting force of the pachinko ball by the hitting device and performs “right-handed” to hit the pachinko ball toward the second path 20b. . When the pachinko ball launched into the second path 20b when making a right strike wins the special prize winning device 31, many prize balls can be obtained.

  In the pachinko machine 10, the movable effect devices M1, M2, M3, M4, the light emitting devices 60, 67, 68, 70, etc. are operated according to various game states, and the entertainment of the game is achieved by the operation and the effect by light. Enhanced. In the first movable effect device M1 and the second movable effect device M2, the first movable member 52 and the second movable member 56 are driven at the left and right ends of the window 28a of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 by driving the drive mechanism. It swings between a standby position extending in the vertical direction along the edge and an operating position extending to the center side of the window 28a. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 7, the pair of movable members 52 and 56 is located at the center of the window 28a from the position hidden behind the first light transmitting portion 40 and the second light transmitting portion 41 in the frame-shaped decorative body 28. By extending to the side and appearing on the front side of the display unit 14a in the symbol display device 14, it is possible to produce an impact and enhance the interest of the game.

[Operation of Light Emitting Devices 60 and 68]
In a state where the first movable member 52 and the second movable member 56 are located at the standby positions on the rear side of the first light transmitting portion 40 and the second light transmitting portion 41 as shown in FIGS. When the LEDs 64a and 64a of the first light emitting device 60 and the second light emitting device 68 emit light, the light from the LEDs 64a and 64a is a gap S1 between the movable members 52 and 56 and the corresponding light transmitting portions 40 and 41. , S2 is applied to the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 from the back side, and the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 around the display portion 14a in the symbol display device 14 are brightened to increase the design variation effect. That is, in the pachinko machine 10 provided with the movable members 52 and 56 that can enhance the interest of the game by the effect of the operation, the light transmitting portion 40 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 in a state where the movable members 52 and 56 are located at the standby position. 41 can be effectively illuminated. Further, each light emitting device 60, 68 is configured to irradiate light obliquely from the rear outside (side away from the window 28a) to the corresponding light transmitting portions 40, 41 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28. Therefore, the light emitting device itself is not seen from the player through the light transmitting portions 40 and 41, and the appearance is not deteriorated.

  The first and second light emitting devices 60 and 68 that illuminate the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 of the frame-shaped decorative body 28 are first and second support members disposed on the installation member 21 as shown in FIG. 51, 55. That is, it is not necessary to arrange the light emitting device for illuminating the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 on the frame-shaped decorative body 28, and when the frame-shaped decorative body 28 is assembled to the game board 12, the electrical wiring is connected to the game board 12. It is not necessary to perform the work while paying attention to being sandwiched between them, and the assembling work is facilitated. Further, the first and second light emitting devices 60 and 68 are disposed on the side opposite to the side where the corresponding first and second movable members 52 and 56 move from the standby position to the operating position. It is easy to perform the routing process so that the wiring derived from the light emitting devices 60 and 68 does not hinder the movement of the movable members 52 and 56.

  When the LEDs 64a of the first and second light emitting devices 60 and 68 are turned on, the light is transmitted through the inclined wall 63a of the cover body 63 and directed from the opening 66a of the partition member 66 toward the corresponding light transmitting portions 40 and 41. Is irradiated. Between the light emitting substrate 64 on which the LED 64a is mounted and the cover body 63, the reflector 65 having the reflective surface 65b formed on the front side (light irradiation side) of the LED 64a is disposed. The reflecting surface 65b efficiently irradiates the outside from the opening 66a of the partition member 66. That is, the light transmitting portions 40 and 41 can be effectively illuminated by a small number of LEDs 64a, and the number of components can be reduced and the size can be reduced.

  Further, in the first and second light emitting units 61 and 69, as shown in FIGS. 11 and 12, the light emitting substrate 64 supported by the first and second support protrusions 62a and 62b provided on the base portion 62. By inserting the positioning pin 65c into the positioning hole 64b of the light emitting substrate 64 and assembling the reflector 65 on the front side of the light emitting substrate 64, the light emitting substrate 64 and the reflector 65 are positioned in a state where each LED 64a faces the corresponding through hole 65a. The At this time, the first support projections 62a and 62a of the base portion 62 are fitted into the notches 65d and 65d of the reflector 65, whereby the reflector 65 is also positioned with respect to the base portion 62. Then, the light emitting substrate 64 is attached to the corresponding light transmitting portions 40 and 41 by assembling the cover body 63 to the base portion 62 with the inclined wall 63a in contact with the front surface of the reflector 65. It is supported in an inclined posture that can be irradiated obliquely from behind. Under this condition, the partition member 66 is screwed and fixed to the base portion 62 so as to accommodate the light emitting substrate 64, the reflector 65 and the cover body 63, so that the light emitting substrate 64 emits light while being held in the inclined posture. Units 61 and 69 are configured. Thus, since the light emitting substrate 64, the reflector 65, and the cover body 63 are positioned only by screwing the partition member 66 to the base portion 62, it is not necessary to screw each component individually, and the configuration is simplified. Can be Further, since the partition member 66 is formed of a non-light-transmitting material so that the light of the LED 64a is irradiated outward only from the opening 66a, the light from the LED 64a does not spread too much. By irradiating the transmission parts 40 and 41, the light transmission parts 40 and 41 can be effectively brightened.

  In each of the light emitting units 61 and 69 constituting the first and second light emitting devices 60 and 68, the base 62 is disposed on the support members 51 and 55 on which the movable members 52 and 56 are disposed. The positional relationship between the movable members 52 and 56 and the light irradiation direction in each of the light emitting units 61 and 69 can be determined with high accuracy. That is, by arranging the light emitting devices 60 and 68 and the movable members 52 and 56 on a common member (support members 51 and 55), light from the light emitting devices 60 and 68 is blocked by the movable members 52 and 56. Irradiation toward the light transmission parts 40 and 41 can be achieved. Further, since the second support protrusion 62b for positioning the light emitting substrate 64 with respect to the base portion 62 is also a portion for fixing the partition member 66 with screws, the portion for positioning the light emitting substrate 64 and the partition member It is not necessary to separately provide the screw fixing portion 66, and the configuration of the base portion 62 can be simplified.

[Operation of the translucent members 43 and 47]
The LED 67a of the first path light emitting device 67 and the LED 70a of the second path light emitting device 70 disposed on the first and second support members 51 and 55 are turned on to be disposed on the frame-shaped decorative body 28. The first light transmissive member 43 and the second light transmissive member 47 located in the gaming area 20 are illuminated from the back side (see FIG. 5). As shown in FIG. 2, the first light transmissive member 43 and the second light transmissive member 47 are members that define the first path 20a and the second path 20b. The front side of the two translucent members 47 is an area where the pachinko balls flow down. That is, it is possible to improve the interest of the game by brightening the area where the pachinko ball flows down. In addition, since the first light transmissive member 43 and the second light transmissive member 47 of the embodiment extend so as to cross substantially the entire corresponding first path 20a and second path 20b, the pachinko ball is the first. When the light passes through the front side of the translucent member 43 and the second translucent member 47, the production effect can be further improved by the contrast generated by the light being blocked by the pachinko balls.

  The pachinko balls that flow down the first path 20a contact the game nail 27, change the flow direction irregularly, and are de-energized. When this pachinko ball flows down along the upper ball passage 45 formed by the game nail 27, the pachinko ball is defined by a pair of depressing walls 43b and 43b provided in the first light transmitting member 43. In the process of entering the ball passage 44 and flowing down the intermediate sphere passage 44, the ball is brought into contact with both the depressing walls 43b and 43b and depressurized. Then, the pachinko ball that has passed through the intermediate ball passage 44 enters a lower ball passage 46 defined by the game nail 27. The pachinko ball that passes through the intermediate ball passage 44 is sufficiently de-energized by contact with the depressing walls 43b and 43b, so that the impact applied to the game nail 27 when it contacts the game nail 27 on the downstream side. The force is small, and the game nail 27 can be prevented from being deformed over time. That is, by increasing the size of the first light transmissive member 43, the area that can be brightened in the game area 20 (first path 20a) can be widened to produce a light emitting effect with impact, and the first light transmissive member. It is possible to prevent the game nail 27 from being deformed by an impact force when the pachinko ball that has passed through 43 comes into contact with the game nail 27. In addition, since the first light transmitting member 43 can weaken the momentum of the pachinko ball by the integrally provided depressing walls 43b and 43b, the non-light transmitting property can be obtained without considering the positional relationship with the game nail 27. In the game board 12, it is possible to provide a light-transmitting portion having a large size at an arbitrary position.

  The pachinko sphere flowing down the first path 20a is defined by a path other than the upper sphere passage path 45, that is, the front side of the first light transmissive member 43, that is, the rail member 24 and one of the reducing walls 43b. The pachinko ball that has flowed into the right intermediate sphere passage 44b defined by the left intermediate sphere passage 44a and the left inclined saddle portion 36a and the other depressing portion 43b is also applied to the reducing wall 43b, the rail member 24, or the left middle. Since the momentum is weakened in contact with the ball passage 44a, the impact force when the pachinko ball that has passed through the first light transmitting member 43 contacts the game nail 27 on the downstream side can be reduced. Further, as shown in FIG. 13, since each of the ball passages 44, 44a, 44b is bent in the left-right direction by bending the pair of depressing walls 43b, 43b in the left-right direction, the ball passages 44, 44a , 44b increases the chance of the pachinko balls coming into contact with the depressing walls 43b, 43b, and the momentum of the pachinko balls can be reliably reduced. Further, since the convex portion 43c is provided on the front surface of the first light transmitting member 43 to form an irregular shape, the momentum of the pachinko sphere passing through the ball passages 44, 44a, 44b is also weakened by contact with the convex portion 43c. be able to.

  In addition, since the intermediate ball passage 44 is formed by the pair of depressing walls 43b and 43b so that the pachinko ball can be guided, the movement of the pachinko ball is controlled by the intermediate ball passage 44. Can flow down into position. For example, as shown in FIG. 2, in the embodiment, since the ball introduction portion 38 for guiding the pachinko ball to the stage 37 is provided on the downstream side of the first light transmitting member 43, the intermediate sphere passage 44. Thus, the pachinko ball can be passed out to a position where it can easily enter the ball introducing portion 38.

  Here, the winning probability of the pachinko ball to the first start winning device 29 that triggers the start of symbol variation on the symbol display device 14 or the winning of the winning ball is led to the stage 37 by the ball introducing unit 38. The pachinko sphere discharged from the stage 37 is higher than the pachinko sphere flowing down the first path 20a without entering the sphere introduction part 38. In other words, the ball introduction part 38 is a part that is strongly attracted by the player among the components provided in the pachinko machine 10, and the effect of brightening the first light transmitting member 43 adjacent to the ball introduction part 38. This can enhance the interest of the game.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the first light transmissive member 43 is provided so as to continue to the first central light transmissive portion 40 a defined by upper and lower decorative parts 39, 39 in the first light transmissive portion 40. . Then, in a state where the first decorative bodies 54 and 54 in the first movable member 52 at the standby position are separated from each other and the first surface light emitting portion 53a is exposed (a state indicated by a two-dot chain line in FIG. 6). By turning on the LED built in one movable member 52, the first central light transmitting portion 40a can be brightened through the first surface light emitting portion 53a. Thereby, the bright part of the first light transmitting member 43 brightened by the first path light emitting device 67 and the bright part of the first central light transmitting part 40a brightened through the first surface light emitting part 53a are obtained. It is possible to perform a light emission effect in a state in which the bright portion extends to the first path 20a on the left side of the window 28a in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 in the left-right direction. That is, the first light transmitting member 43 is brightened by the first path light emitting device 67 and the first central light transmitting portion 40a is brightened through the first surface light emitting portion 53a, whereby the window in the symbol display device 14 is provided. It is possible to extend the light emission effect that continues to the display on the display unit 14a facing the inside of the frame 28a to the outside of the frame-shaped decorative body 28, thereby improving the effect of the light emission effect.

  In the embodiment, the second central light transmitting portion 41 a provided on the right side of the window 28 a in the frame-shaped decorative body 28 is also connected to the second central light transmitting portion 41 a via the second surface light emitting portion 57 a of the second movable member 56. By brightening the central light transmission part 41a, the bright part of the second central light transmission part 41a appears to be continuous with the bright part of the second light transmission member 47 brightened by the light emitting device 70 for the second path. Can do. Moreover, the first light transmissive member 43, the first central light transmissive portion 40a, the second central light transmissive portion 41a, and the second light transmissive member 47 are provided so as to be aligned in the left-right direction as shown in FIG. Yes. Therefore, in the display unit 14a of the symbol display device 14, the rail member 24 and the panel decoration member are displayed by performing a bright display so as to be continuous with the first central light transmission unit 40a and the second central light transmission unit 41a. It is possible to produce an extremely high-impact production in which light shines in a single character in almost the entire area between the two and the game, and the entertainment of the game can be improved.

[Operation of the third movable effect device M3]
In the third movable effect device M3, the third movable member 71 is moved by moving the third movable member 71 from the standby position hidden behind the decorative design body 72 to the operating position by the drive mechanism. As shown in FIG. 8, by appearing on the front side of the display unit 14a of the symbol display device 14, the effect can be improved in combination with the effect performed on the display unit 14a. Further, when the third movable member 71 is moved to the operating position, the fourth movable effect device M4 disposed on the third movable member 71 appears in the approximate center of the window 28a, and the player is allowed to infant. Can be given.

  At the operating position of the third movable member 71, the lens portion 71a provided on the third movable member 71 is aligned so as to be continuous with the left side of the second central light transmitting portion 41a as shown in FIG. . Therefore, each of the bright portions of the second light transmitting member 47 and the second central light transmitting portion 41a brightened as described above by brightening the lens portion 71a by the LED built in the third movable member 71. Can appear in a row in the left-right direction, and the effect of the light emission effect can be improved. In addition, in the embodiment, since the bright part can appear from the second path 20b to the fourth movable effect device M4 located in the central part of the window 28a, an effect with an impact is possible. This can improve the interest of the game.

[Operation of the fourth movable effect device M4]
In the fourth movable effect device M4 appearing in the center of the window 28a, the first position where the six first movable bodies 76 gather at the center of rotation is shown in FIGS. 8, 16, and 30 (a). As shown, the six front symbols 76a are combined to form a first decorative symbol 100 that imitates the family crest of a three-leaf crab. In this state, as shown in FIGS. 28, 29, and 34A, both the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 are located at the retracted position and the first movable body 76 It is hidden so as to overlap the rear side. However, since the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 are light-transmitting portions where the rear symbols 77a and 78a are not provided, the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 are formed on the light-emitting substrate 85 disposed on the cam member 81. By turning on the mounted LED 85a, it is possible to illuminate the first movable body 76 located on the most front side, and the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 hidden on the rear side are light emitting effects. There is no hindrance.

  At the first position of the first movable body 76, as shown in FIGS. 35 (a) and 36 (a), the end portion of the first guide pin 97 of the first movable body 76 is located at the cam member. 81 is located on the rotation center side of the first guide groove 87, and at the third position of the second movable body 77, the end of the second guide pin 101 of the second movable body 77 is The cam member 81 is positioned on the rotation center side of the second guide groove 88. When the motor 74 is driven and the cam member 81 is rotated in the forward rotation direction via the drive gear 83, the driven gear 86 and the gear member 94, the first guide hole 92 a of the operating member 75 and the first of the cam member 81 are rotated. Along with the relative displacement of the guide groove 87, the first guide pin 97 moves along the intersection of the first guide hole 92a and the first guide groove 87, whereby the first movable body 76 is moved. It moves radially outward from the center of rotation of the actuating member 75 (see FIGS. 30B and 31). Thereby, the 1st movable bodies 76 and 76 adjacent to the circumferential direction leave | separate, and the clearance gap 99 of both 76 and 76 expands gradually. As for the second movable body 77, the second guide hole 92b and the second guide hole 92b are moved in accordance with the relative displacement between the second guide hole 92b of the operating member 75 and the second guide groove 88 of the cam member 81. The second guide pin 101 moves along the intersection with the two guide grooves 88, whereby the second movable body 77 moves radially outward from the center of rotation of the operating member 75. At this time, the front engagement protrusion 109 of the engagement component 108 of the third movable body 78 and the rear engagement protrusion 82 of the attachment base 79 are not engaged, and the third movable body 78 is not engaged. The body 78 rotates integrally with the operating member 75 in the retracted position.

  30 (b), (c), FIG. 31 (a), and FIG. 32 (a), between the six first movable bodies 76 that move radially outward from the first position. From the formed gap 99, the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 hidden by the first movable body 76 at the first position appear, and only the effect of the effect by the movement of the first movable body 76 appears. Instead, the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 appear, and the player can be impacted. Further, since the second movable body 77 moves radially outward together with the first movable body 76 in a state where it appears in the gap 99, the movement of the second movable body 77 is also interesting. Can be improved. Since the second movable body 77 moves at the retracted position, the second movable body 77 does not contact and interfere with the first movable body 76 and the third movable body 78, and the first to first The three movable bodies 76, 77, 78 and the operation member 75 are smoothly operated.

  As the operating member 75 rotates with respect to the base member 73, the first guide pin 97 reaches the first concentric guide groove 89 and the second guide pin 101 as shown in FIGS. 35 (b) and 36 (b). Reaches the second concentric guide groove 90, the movement of the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 outward in the radial direction with respect to the operating member 75 is restricted. The second movable body 77 moves (rotates) only in the circumferential direction together with the operating member 75 while being held at the second position and the fourth position. At this time, the six first movable bodies 76 are positioned such that the second movable bodies 77 face the external gaps 99a defined between the first movable bodies 76 and 76 adjacent in the circumferential direction. The third movable body 78 is positioned so as to face the central portion side gap 99b defined on the central portion side.

  When the operating member 75 further rotates in the forward rotation direction with respect to the base member 73, the end portion of the second guide pin 101 is moved into the second concentric guide groove as shown in FIGS. 35 (c) and 36 (c). By moving along the inclined guide portion 90a at 90, the second movable body 77 moves forward and fills the external gap 99a. Further, as the second guide pin 101 is guided by the inclined guide portion 90a and moves to the front side, the inclined guide surface 109a of the front engagement protrusion 109 in the engagement component 108 of the third movable body 78 is changed. The attachment base 79 moves while facing the inclined guide surface 82a of the rear engagement protrusion 82, whereby the third movable body 78 also moves forward to fill the central portion side gap 99b. (See FIGS. 28, 29, and 33).

  When the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 move to the protruding position, the front surfaces of the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 are substantially the same as the front surface of the first movable body 76. Located on the same plane. At this time, the symbols 76a, 77a, 78a applied to the first to third movable bodies 76, 77, 78 are combined to form the second decoration as shown in FIGS. 30 (c), 33 (a). A pattern 105 is formed. The second decorative pattern 105 has a shape simulating a family crest of a trefoil which is a similar shape obtained by enlarging the first decorative pattern 100. Since the second and third movable bodies 77 and 78 move to the front side until the front surface is aligned with the front surface of the first movable body 76, the appearance of the finally formed second decorative pattern 105 is improved. obtain. In addition, the entire gap 99 formed between the first movable bodies 76 at the second position can be filled with the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78, and the second decorative pattern 105 can be filled. Can improve the appearance.

  In the fourth movable effect device M4 of the embodiment, the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 that are hidden in the state where the six first movable bodies 76 are gathered at the first position are the first movable body M4. Appearing with the movement of the movable body 76 outward in the radial direction, so that the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 appear in addition to the effect of the movement of the first movable body 76. Impact can be given to the player. In addition, the second pattern 77a, 78a and the front pattern 76a of the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 appearing in the gap 99 formed between the six first movable bodies 76 are used as the second decoration. Since the symbol 105 is formed, the player can be more impacted. Furthermore, the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 not only appear in the gap 99 of the first movable body 76, but also the front surfaces of the second and third movable bodies 77, 78 are arranged on the first surface. Since it moves to the front side until it is aligned with the front surface of the movable body 76, the appearance of the finally formed second decorative pattern 105 can be improved, and the second and third movable bodies 77, 78 move to the front side. The movement can impact the player. Furthermore, the second movable body 77 appears from the gap 99 between the first movable bodies 76 and 76 by moving radially as the first movable body 76 moves radially. The production effect can also be improved by the movement of the second movable body 77.

  When the operating member 75 rotates a predetermined angle with respect to the base member 73 from the original position (first position), the motor 74 is controlled to stop.

  The operations of the first to third movable bodies 76, 77, and 78 when the operating member 75 rotates in the reverse direction relative to the base member 73 by the reverse drive of the motor 74 are the reverse of the forward rotation operations. It is. That is, while the first guide pin 97 and the second guide pin 101 move through the corresponding first concentric guide groove 89 and second concentric guide groove 90, the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 are While the movement in the radial direction is restricted, the second movable body 77 moves from the protruding position to the retracted position by the action of the inclined guide portion 90a while moving in the circumferential direction together with the operating member 75. In addition, the inclined guide surface 109a of the front engagement protrusion 109 in the engagement component 108 of the third movable body 78 and the inclined guide surface 82a of the rear engagement protrusion 82 in the attachment base 79 face each other. When the operating member 75 rotates in this state, the third movable body 78 also moves from the protruding position to the retracted position. The movement between the protruding position and the retracted position of the second movable body 77 and the third movable body 78 is a state in which the movement of the first movable body 76 and the second movable body 77 in the radial direction is restricted. Therefore, the first to third movable bodies 76, 77, 78 do not interfere with each other and the movement is not hindered.

  The first guide pin 97 and the second guide pin 101 move toward the rotation center along the corresponding first guide groove 87 and second guide groove 88, so that the first movable body 76 and the second guide pin The movable body 77 moves radially inward, and when the position sensor 84 detects the detection piece 94b, the motor 74 stops rotating. At this time, as shown in FIGS. 16 and 30A, the six first movable bodies 76 are gathered at the initial first position, and the first decorative design 100 obtained by reducing the second decorative design 105 is obtained. Is formed.

  The rear pattern applied to the second and third movable bodies 77 and 78 in the process in which the gap 99 expands and contracts when the first movable body 76 moves between the first position and the second position. The symbol formed by the portion that appears from the gap 99 in 77a, 78a and the previous symbol 76a maintains the similar shape of the first decorative symbol 100 (see FIG. 30 (b), FIG. 31). That is, since the shape of the symbol does not change even if the first and second movable bodies 76 and 77 move in the radial direction, the production is fresh and the interest can be improved.

  In the fourth movable effect device M4 of the embodiment, the first and second movable bodies 76, 77 gather at the center of rotation in addition to the movement of the first to third movable bodies 76, 77, 78 rotating. Since it moves to a state and the state expanded radially, the movement of the movable bodies 76 and 77 becomes complicated, and an interesting production can be provided to improve the interest of the game. The second and third movable bodies 77 and 78 are moved back and forth in accordance with the relative forward and reverse rotation of the actuating member 75 with respect to the base member 73. Therefore, the second and third movable bodies 77 and 78 are moved. There is no need to provide a dedicated driving means for moving the bodies 77 and 78 back and forth, and the manufacturing cost can be reduced. Since the second guide pin 101 of the second movable body 77 is formed in a cylindrical shape and the end portion is formed in an arc shape, the second guide pin 101 is inclined by the second guide groove 88 and the second concentric guide groove 90. The resistance at the time of moving along the guide portion 90a can be reduced, and the second movable body 77 can be smoothly assembled / separated and moved back and forth.

  The second movable body 77 is always urged toward the retracted position by the first urging means 104 when the second guide pin 101 moves along the second guide groove 88. The second movable body 77 can be prevented from moving toward the projecting position due to vibration during movement, etc., and the second movable body 77 interferes with the first movable body 76 to interfere with the operation. Is prevented. Similarly, the third movable body 78 is always directed to the retracted position by the second urging means 110 when the inclined guide surfaces 109a and 82a of the front and rear engaging projections 109 and 82 are not in contact with each other. Therefore, the third movable body 78 can be prevented from moving toward the protruding position due to vibration or the like at the time of movement. It is prevented that the first movable body 76 interferes with contact and interferes with the operation.

[Example of change]
The above-described embodiment can be variously modified as described below.
(1) In the embodiment, the through hole is formed so as to communicate with the mounting port to which the frame-shaped decorative body is attached, but the through port may be formed independently so as not to communicate with the mounting port. .
(2) In the embodiment, the two reducing walls project from the translucent member, but the number of the reducing walls may be three or more.
(3) In the embodiment, the reducing portion is configured by a wall continuously extending in the vertical direction, but the wall is formed by arranging a plurality of projections having short vertical dimensions apart from each other. It may be what you did. Moreover, what protruded by the random arrangement | positioning to the translucent member may be sufficient as several protrusion.
(4) In the embodiment, the translucent member (the depressing portion) is provided in the translucent member positioned in the first path on the left side of the frame-shaped decorative body, but is positioned in the second path on the right side of the frame-shaped decorative body. A configuration in which a light-reducing member (a force-reducing portion) is provided on the translucent member may be employed.
(5) In the embodiment, the explanation was given in the case of the pachinko machine configured to allow the player to enjoy a game advantageous for the player by performing “right-handed” when a specific condition is satisfied. However, it may be a pachinko machine that does not become an advantageous game for the player.
(6) The gaming machine is not limited to a pachinko machine, and may be other various gaming machines such as an arrangement ball machine or a slot machine using a pachinko ball.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 12 Game board 14 Symbol display apparatus 14a Display part 20 Game area | region 25a 1st installation port (installation port)
27 game nails 28 frame-shaped decorative body (parts)
28a Window 40 First light transmission part (light transmission part)
42 Through-hole 43 1st translucent member (translucent member)
43b Derating wall (Derating section)
44 Intermediate sphere passage 45 Upper sphere passage 46 Lower sphere passage 67 Light-emitting device for first path (light-emitting device)

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  1. A game area is provided on the front side, and a game board in which parts are arranged in the game area, and a game ball that is implanted in the game board and is located in the game area and flows down the game area, contact the game In a gaming machine comprising a number of gaming nails that decelerate the ball,
    A through-hole penetrating back and forth in the game area of the game board;
    A translucent member that closes the through hole;
    A biasing portion provided on the translucent member, extending forward, and depressing the game ball by contact with the game ball flowing down the front side of the translucent member;
    A light emitting device that illuminates the translucent member from the back side ;
    A plurality of the depressing portions are provided spaced apart at intervals through which a game ball can pass, and the depressing portion closest to the component disposed in the game area is selected from the plurality of depressing portions. A gaming machine, wherein one gaming ball is spaced apart from each other at an interval that allows it to pass through .
  2.   An upper ball passing path and a lower ball passing path through which the game balls can pass are formed by the game nails at the upper and lower positions sandwiching the translucent member in the game area. The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein an intermediate sphere passageway for guiding the game ball to the passageway is formed.
  3.   The gaming machine according to claim 2, wherein the intermediate sphere passage is curved in the left-right direction.
  4.   The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein an unevenness is provided on a front surface of the translucent member.
  5.   A frame-shaped decorative body disposed in a mounting opening formed in the game board, and a symbol display device that causes a display unit that displays a plurality of symbols to be displayed on the front side through a window of the frame-shaped decorative body, The through hole facing the game area outside the frame-shaped decorative body is formed so as to communicate with the mounting opening, and the frame-shaped decorative body is provided with a light transmitting portion that continues to the light transmitting member and reaches the inner edge of the window. The gaming machine according to any one of 1 to 4.
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