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JP5882700B2
JP5882700B2 JP2011264432A JP2011264432A JP5882700B2 JP 5882700 B2 JP5882700 B2 JP 5882700B2 JP 2011264432 A JP2011264432 A JP 2011264432A JP 2011264432 A JP2011264432 A JP 2011264432A JP 5882700 B2 JP5882700 B2 JP 5882700B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine having a rendering device and a rendering device.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, a gaming machine in which a lottery lottery is performed on condition that a game ball enters a starting port is widely known. In such a gaming machine, when notifying the jackpot lottery result, the symbols are variably displayed on the liquid crystal display unit or the like, and when the jackpot is won, the symbols are stopped and displayed in a specific display mode. It has become common.

  And in recent gaming machines, there is a stage effect device that moves in conjunction with various effects displayed on the liquid crystal display unit, and the degree of expectation of jackpot is suggested by the movable mode of such a direction effect device. By doing so, the production effect is improved. For example, Patent Document 1 discloses that an accessory body is displaced between a first position retracted from the front surface of the liquid crystal display unit and a second position protruding from the front surface of the liquid crystal display unit. A movable director device is disclosed. Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-228688 discloses a stage effect device that causes the accessory body to fall by its own weight so as to exert a force on the falling manner of the accessory body.

JP 2009-268730 A JP 2008-245941 A

  As shown in Patent Documents 1 and 2 above, when the accessory body is displaced between the first position and the second position, the rotary gear connected to the electric motor is replaced with the gear provided on the accessory body. In general, the position of the accessory body is displaced by driving the electric motor in a state of being meshed with each other. However, as described above, in order to exert force on the movement of the accessory body, when the accessory body is dropped by its own weight, the rotation gear connected to the electric motor and the gear provided on the accessory body The meshing relationship must be released. For this reason, when the accessory body dropped due to its own weight is returned to its original position, both gears must be engaged again.

  However, when the two gears once disengaged are reengaged, the positional relationship between the two gears is not necessarily constant. Therefore, if the gear teeth collide due to a slight misalignment when both gears mesh, the gear body deteriorates or breaks, or the accessory body moves with insufficient meshing. There is a possibility that the object body may fall during the movement of the object body and the accessory body may fall.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a gaming machine and a production device having a production equipment device capable of reliably engaging a gear when returning the production body to its original position while dropping the production body by its own weight. It is to provide an accessory device.

In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, a gaming machine of the present invention is a gaming machine having a rendering agent device provided on a gaming board, wherein the rendering agent device is a rotating gear that is rotated by the rotational force of a motor; A movable body provided with a rack that meshes with the rotating gear, an accessory body provided on the movable body, and a guide member that guides movement of the movable body between a first position and a second position. And the rotating gear includes a missing part in which a tooth part meshing with the rack is partially missing in the rotation direction, and the missing part is opposed to the rack so that the rotating gear and the rack are engaged with each other. An engaging portion that is engageable with the moving body when released, and the moving body includes an engaged portion that is engaged with an engaging portion of the rotating gear, Is in the second position, and the meshing between the rotating gear and the rack is released. When the rotating gear rotates in one direction, the engaging portion engages with the engaged portion to move the moving body from the second position toward the first position, and Before the engagement between the engaging portion and the engaged portion is released, a tooth portion located behind the missing portion in the rotation direction of the rotating gear is engaged with the rack, and the one of the rotating gears is engaged. A reverse rotation preventing member that allows rotation in a direction and restricts rotation in a direction opposite to the one direction is provided .

Further, the reverse rotation preventing member is displaced to a protruding position that protrudes on a rotation locus of a protruding piece that is provided on the rotating gear and rotates integrally with the rotating gear, and a retracted position that is retracted from the rotation locus of the protruding piece. , by contact with the protrusion to rotate to one direction, while permitting rotation from the projecting position in one direction of the rotary gear retracted to the retracted position, the contact between the projecting piece is released When the projecting piece returns to the projecting position from the retracted position and contacts the projecting piece rotating in the direction opposite to the one direction, the rotation of the rotating gear is preferably held at the projecting position.

It is a perspective view of the gaming machine main body showing a state in which the door is opened. It is a front view of a gaming machine main body. It is a perspective view of the back side of the 2nd accessory main body. It is a perspective view of a director effect device. It is a front view of a guide member. It is a rear view of a guide member. It is a perspective view of the front side of a rotation transmission body. It is a perspective view of the back side of a rotation transmission body. It is a perspective view of the front side of a moving body. It is a perspective view of the back side of a moving body. It is a front view of a moving body. It is a rear view of a moving body. It is a bottom view of a moving body. It is a figure which shows the cross section of the AA line in FIG. It is a front view of the production | presentation reward apparatus in a 1st position. It is a rear view of the production | presentation actor apparatus in a 1st position. It is a figure which shows the meshing state of a rotation transmission body and a rack when the 2nd accessory main body is hold | maintained in the 1st position. It is a front view which shows the state before the movement in the 1st position of a 2nd accessory main body. It is a rear view which shows the state before the movement in the 1st position of a 2nd accessory main body. It is a front view which shows the state after the movement in the 1st position of the 2nd accessory main body. It is a rear view which shows the state after the movement in the 1st position of a 2nd accessory main body. It is a front view of the production | presentation actor apparatus in a 2nd position. It is a rear view of the production | presentation reward apparatus in a 2nd position. It is a rear view which shows the state before the movement in the 2nd position of a 2nd accessory main body. It is a rear view which shows the state after the movement in the 2nd position of a 2nd accessory main body. It is a figure which shows the meshing state of a rotation transmission body and a rack when the 2nd accessory main body is hold | maintained in a 2nd position. It is a perspective view of the back side which shows the meshing state of a rotation transmission body and a rack when an electric motor is rotated forward with the 2nd accessory main body being hold | maintained in the 2nd position. It is a perspective view of the front side which shows the meshing state of a rotation transmission body and a rack when an electric motor is rotated forward with the 2nd accessory main body being hold | maintained in the 2nd position.

  Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The dimensions, materials, and other specific numerical values shown in the embodiments are merely examples for facilitating the understanding of the invention, and do not limit the present invention unless otherwise specified. In the present specification and drawings, elements having substantially the same function and configuration are denoted by the same reference numerals, and redundant description is omitted, and elements not directly related to the present invention are not illustrated. To do.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a gaming machine main body 1 according to the present embodiment, showing a state in which a door is opened. As shown in the figure, the gaming machine main body 1 includes an outer frame 2 in which an enclosed space is formed by four sides assembled in a substantially rectangular shape, and a middle frame 3 attached to the outer frame 2 by a hinge mechanism so as to be opened and closed. Similarly to the middle frame 3, a front frame 4 attached to the outer frame 2 by a hinge mechanism so as to be opened and closed is provided.

  As with the outer frame 2, the middle frame 3 has a surrounding space formed by four sides assembled in a substantially rectangular shape, and the game board 5 is held in the surrounding space. The front frame 4 holds a transmission plate 6 made of glass or resin. When the middle frame 3 and the front frame 4 are closed with respect to the outer frame 2, the game board 5 and the transmission plate 6 face each other substantially in parallel while maintaining a predetermined distance, and the front side of the gaming machine main body 1. Therefore, the game board 5 can be visually recognized through the transmission plate 6.

  FIG. 2 is a front view of the gaming machine main body 1. As shown in this figure, an operation handle 7 that protrudes to the front side of the gaming machine main body 1 is provided at the lower part of the front frame 4, and when the player operates the operation handle 7, A game ball is launched by a launching device (not shown) with an intensity corresponding to the operation amount. The game balls thus fired are raised between the rails 8 a and 8 b provided on the game board 5 and guided to the game area 9.

  The game area 9 is a space formed between the game board 5 and the transmission plate 6 and is an area where the game ball can flow down or roll. The game board 5 is provided with a large number of nails and windmills, and a game ball guided to the game area 9 collides with the nails and windmills, and flows down and rolls in an irregular direction.

  The game area 9 is provided with a general winning port 10, a first starting port 11, and a second starting port 12 through which game balls can be won. These general winning port 10, first starting port 11, and second starting port are provided. When a game ball wins at 12, a predetermined prize ball is paid out to the player.

  When a game ball wins at the first start port 11 or the second start port 12, a special symbol lottery is performed, and whether or not a special game advantageous to the player can be executed, and what game state will be changed thereafter. Various game profits (states) such as whether to do are determined. Therefore, when a player wins a game ball in the first start port 11 or the second start port 12, the player acquires a predetermined award ball and at the same time acquires an opportunity for acquiring a right to receive various game profits. Become. Further, the second starting port 12 is provided with a movable piece 12b that can be opened and closed, and the ease of entry of the game ball into the second starting port 12 changes according to the state of the movable piece 12b. Yes.

  Further, an attacker device 13 is provided in the game area 9. The attacker device 13 includes a grand prize opening 14 through which a game ball can be won, and an opening / closing door 14b that opens and closes the grand prize winning opening 14. Normally, the opening / closing door 14b closes the grand prize winning opening 14. , It is impossible to win a game ball in the big winning opening 14. On the other hand, when the predetermined condition is satisfied and the special game is executed, the opening / closing door 14b is opened, and the game ball can be won into the big winning opening 14. Then, when a game ball wins the big winning opening 14, a predetermined prize ball is paid out to the player.

  In the lowermost part of the game area 9, game balls that have not won any of the general winning opening 10, the first starting opening 11, the second starting opening 12, and the big winning opening 14 are drawn from the gaming area 9 to the game board. A discharge port 15 for discharging is provided on the back side of 5.

  In the center of the gaming board 5, a through hole 5 a that penetrates from the front side to the back side of the gaming machine main body 1 is formed, and an effect display composed of a liquid crystal display device fixed to the back side of the gaming board 5. The part 16 is disposed so as to be visible from the front side of the gaming machine body 1 through the through hole 5a. Various images are displayed on the effect display unit 16, and in particular, when a game ball enters the first start port 11 or the second start port 12, the effect symbol is displayed in a variable manner and the jackpot Will be notified to the player.

  The gaming board 5 is provided with a first accessory body 17 that imitates the character's face above the through-hole 5a, and in the vicinity thereof, a decorative board with names of gaming machines, characters, etc. A second accessory body 20 having 21 is provided. As will be described in detail later, the second accessory body 20 has a first position above the front surface of the effect display unit 16 as shown by a solid line in FIG. 2 and a first position as shown by a broken line in FIG. The second position is provided so as to be displaceable at a second position where it falls down vertically by its own weight and covers a part of the center front surface of the effect display unit 16. Further, the second accessory body 20 is located slightly on the front side of the gaming machine body 1 relative to the first accessory body 17, and is arranged so that the two accessory bodies 17 and 20 do not interfere with each other. Yes.

  FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the back side of the second accessory body 20. As shown in this figure, the second accessory body 20 includes a decorative board 21 with the name of the gaming machine, a support case 22 fixed to the back of the decorative board 21, and the decorative board 21 and the support case. And an illumination substrate 23 housed between the two. The support case 22 is made of a permeable resin, but for convenience of explanation, the support case 22 is indicated by a solid line in FIG. Yes.

  The illumination board 23 is disposed on the surface facing the decorative board 21, and is a main body composed of an LED (not shown) that irradiates irradiation light in the front direction of the second accessory main body 20 and irradiates the decorative board 21 from the back surface. An irradiation unit is provided. Further, an indirect irradiation unit 24 composed of LEDs is disposed on the back surface of the illumination substrate 23 facing the support case 22. As shown in FIG. 2, the second accessory body 20 is located on the front side of the gaming machine body 1 with respect to the first accessory body 17, and therefore the indirect irradiation unit 24 is also more than the first accessory body 17. It is located on the front side of the gaming machine main body 1. The indirect irradiation unit 24 irradiates the first accessory body 17 with irradiation light when the second accessory body 20 is held at the first position.

  If it demonstrates in detail, the main body irradiation part which irradiates the decorative board 21 from a back surface, and the indirect irradiation part 24 which irradiates the 1st accessory main body 17 will be controlled by an irradiation control means. In the state in which the second accessory body 20 is held at the first position, the second accessory body 20 is positioned close to the first accessory body 17 as shown in FIG. At this time, the indirect irradiation unit 24 is located on the front side of the gaming machine main body 1 with respect to the first accessory main body 17. The irradiation control means permits the irradiation light from the indirect irradiation unit 24 when the second accessory body 20 is held at the first position, that is, causes the indirect irradiation unit 24 to emit the irradiation light.

  Thus, by providing the indirect irradiation part 24 in the back surface of the board | substrate 23 for illumination originally for irradiating the decorative board 21, and irradiating the 1st accessory main body 17 by this indirect irradiation part 24, a 1st accessory The texture of the main body 17 is improved, and the production effect can be improved. Further, in order to prevent interference between the first accessory body 17 and the second accessory body 20, the first accessory body 17 is positioned on the back side of the gaming machine body 1 with respect to the second accessory body 20. It becomes difficult to irradiate the 1st accessory main body 17 with the illuminating device provided in the board 5 grade | etc., And there exists a possibility that the impression of the 1st accessory main body 17 may fall. However, as described above, the indirect irradiation unit provided on the back side of the second accessory body 20 with the second accessory body 20 positioned on the front side of the gaming machine body 1 with respect to the first accessory body 17. By irradiating the first accessory body 17 with 24, it is also possible to suppress a decrease in the impression of the first accessory body 17.

  Note that, when the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position, the indirect irradiation unit 24 is separated from the first accessory body 17, and thus the irradiation control unit limits the irradiation of the indirect irradiation unit 24. That is, when the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position, the irradiation control unit controls the indirect irradiation unit 24 so as not to emit light. As described above, when the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position, the indirect irradiation unit 24 does not irradiate the first accessory body 17, but the second accessory body 20 is not in the second position. When the position is held at the position of the player, the player's consciousness concentrates on the second accessory body 20, so even if the impression and texture of the first accessory body 17 are reduced, there is a concern that the rendering effect will be particularly reduced. There is no.

  Then, as described above, the second accessory body 20 is dropped (moved) from the first position to the second position while the effect display unit 16 displays the variation of the effect symbol, or the first position Alternatively, the effect accessory device 50 fixed to the back surface of the game board 5 moves (swings) the second accessory body 20 at the second position. The configuration of the effect accessory device 50 will be described in detail below.

  FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the effect accessory device 50. As shown in this figure, the director apparatus 50 includes a guide member 100 that is fixed to the game board 5 with its longitudinal direction along the vertical direction, and the first position and the guide member 100 guided by the guide member 100. The movable body 200 is configured to be displaced to the second position and movably support the second accessory body 20 described above. In the following, in the state in which the production actor device 50 is fixed to the gaming board 5, the direction that coincides with the width direction of the gaming machine body 1 is defined as the x direction, the direction along the vertical direction is defined as the y direction, and the gaming machine body. A direction coinciding with the thickness direction of 1 will be described as the z direction. The tip direction of the arrow in the y direction is the upper side of the gaming machine main body 1, and the tip direction of the arrow in the z direction is the front side of the gaming machine main body 1.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the guide member 100 is fixed to the game board 5 with its longitudinal direction along the y direction. The guide member 100 is a casing comprising a base body 101 fixed to the game board 5 by screws, and a first cover member 102 and a second cover member 103 fixed to the front side of the base body 101 by screws. 104 is provided. A guide rail 105 is fixed to the base body 101 along the y direction, and the movable body 200 is displaced between the first position and the second position by being guided by the guide rail 105. It becomes.

  FIG. 5 is a front view of the guide member 100, and FIG. 6 is a rear view of the guide member 100. 5 shows a state in which the first cover member 102 and the second cover member 103 are removed from the base body 101 for convenience of explanation. As shown in FIG. 5, a sliding body 105 a is slidably engaged with the guide rail 105. The sliding body 105a is configured such that the moving body 200 described above can be attached, and the sliding body 105a is guided to the guide rail 105 in a state where the moving body 200 is attached, so that the moving body 200 has the first structure. The position is displaced between the position and the second position. Further, the base body 101 is provided with a coil spring 106 accommodated in the second cover member 103 at a position further lower than the lower end of the guide rail 105.

  The coil spring 106 is an urging member that applies an urging force vertically upward to the moving body 200 that falls from the first position along the guide rail 105. Has a buffering function. In addition, the base body 101 is provided with a stopper 107 that contacts the moving body 200 that falls vertically downward against the urging force of the coil spring 106 and holds the moving body 200 in the second position.

  Further, a first actuator 110 made of a solenoid is fixed on the front side of the base body 101 and in the vicinity of the upper end of the guide rail 105. The first actuator 110 includes a rod 110 a, and the rod 110 a is arranged in parallel with the guide rail 105 and so as to protrude and appear along the longitudinal direction of the guide rail 105. The rod 110a is maintained in the illustrated protruding state by the elastic force of the spring when the first actuator 110 is not energized. When the first actuator 110 is energized, the rod 110a resists the elastic force of the spring. It becomes an immersive state that is immersive in the middle and upward.

  A linkage member 111 is rotatably connected to the tip of the rod 110a. The linking member 111 is formed of a thin plate piece bent in an L shape, and the bent portion 111 a is rotatably supported by the base body 101. One end of the linkage member 111 is rotatably connected to the rod 110a, and swings around the bent portion 111a as a rotation axis as the rod 110a moves in and out. Thus, when the linkage member 111 swings, the transmission portion 111b provided at the other end of the linkage member 111 swings in a direction (x direction) substantially orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the guide rail 105. . The linkage member 111 transmits the power of the rod 110a to the moving body 200 in the first position. Details of the power transmission will be described later.

  As shown in FIG. 6, a second actuator 120 made of a solenoid that is the same member as the first actuator 110 is fixed on the back side of the base body 101 and in the vicinity of the lower end of the guide rail 105. . The second actuator 120 includes a rod 120 a, and the rod 120 a is arranged in parallel with the guide rail 105 and so as to protrude and appear along the longitudinal direction of the guide rail 105. This rod 120a is maintained in the illustrated protruding state by the elastic force of the spring when the second actuator 120 is not energized, and resists the elastic force of the spring when the second actuator 120 is energized. It will be in the immersive state which was immersed in the upper part in the figure.

  A linkage member 121 is rotatably connected to the tip of the rod 120a. The linking member 121 is constituted by a thin plate piece bent in an L shape, and the bent portion 121 a is rotatably supported by the base body 101. One end of the linking member 121 is rotatably connected to the rod 120a, and swings around the bent portion 121a as the rotation axis as the rod 120a moves in and out. Thus, when the linkage member 121 swings, the transmission part 121b provided at the other end of the linkage member 121 swings in a direction (x direction) substantially orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the guide rail 105. . In addition, the transmission part 121b protrudes in the z direction (front side) from the other end of the linkage member 121, and the position in the z direction of the transmission part 111b of the linkage member 111 described above coincides. The linkage member 121 transmits the power of the rod 120a to the moving body 200 in the second position. Details of the power transmission will be described later.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, an electric motor 130 constituting a position displacement actuator is fixed to the back side of the base body 101, and an output shaft 130 a of the electric motor 130 is connected to the base body 101. It penetrates from the back side to the front side. A first gear 131 fixed to the output shaft 130a of the electric motor 130 is provided on the front side of the base body 101. The second gear 132 that meshes with the first gear 131 and the second gear 131 are provided. A third gear 133 that meshes with 132 is rotatably supported by the base body 101.

  Therefore, when the electric motor 130 rotates, the rotational force of the electric motor 130 is transmitted to the third gear 133 via the first gear 131 and the second gear 132. The first gear 131, the second gear 132, and the third gear 133 constitute a rotation transmission body 134. The output shaft 130a of the electric motor 130 is controlled so as to rotate only in one direction (the F direction in FIG. 5). Therefore, the rotation direction of the first gear 131 is the F direction, the rotation direction of the second gear 132 is the opposite direction to the F direction (R direction in FIG. 5), and the rotation direction of the third gear 133 is the F direction. The base body 101 is provided with a reverse rotation preventing member 135 that restricts the reverse rotation of the third gear 133, that is, the rotation in the R direction, while allowing the rotation of the third gear 133 in the F direction.

7 and 8 are diagrams for explaining the rotation transmission body 134. FIG. 7 is a front perspective view of the rotation transmission body 134. FIG. 8 is a rear perspective view of the rotation transmission body 134. Show. As shown in these drawings, the third gear 133 is configured such that the tooth width (thickness in the z direction) of the tooth portion 133a formed over the entire circumference is larger than that of the first gear 131 and the second gear 132. Yes. Here, in the tooth part 133a, the front side from the center in the tooth width direction (z direction) is the tooth part 133a 1, and the back side from the center in the tooth width direction (z direction) is the tooth part 133a 2. , the third gear 133, the missing portion 133b, which is missing some teeth 133a 1 in the rotational direction is formed.

As will be described in detail later, the tooth portion 133a of the third gear 133 meshes with the second gear 132 and also meshes with the rack 202 (see FIG. 9) provided in the moving body 200. At this time, the second gear 132 meshes with the third gear 133 at the tooth portion 133a 2 , and the rack 202 meshes with the third gear 133 at the tooth portion 133a 1 . Therefore, although the meshing relationship between the third gear 133 and the second gear 132 is always maintained, depending on the rotation angle of the third gear 133, the third gear 133 is located when the missing portion 133 b faces the rack 202. And the rack 202 are disconnected from each other.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 8, the engagement portion 136 and the projecting piece 137 that rotate integrally with the third gear 133 are arranged on the third gear 133 on the rear side of the tooth portion 133a. It is provided with a stagger. The engaging portion 136 and the projecting piece 137 have a relationship in which the reverse rotation preventing member 135 is positioned on the rotation locus.

  The reverse rotation preventing member 135 is swingably supported by the base body 101 and is normally in the illustrated protruding position protruding on the rotation locus of the engaging portion 136 and the protruding piece 137 by the biasing force of the spring. The reverse rotation preventing member 135 is retracted from the rotation locus of the engaging portion 136 and the projecting piece 137 by contact with the engaging portion 136 and the projecting piece 137 that rotate in the F direction as the third gear 133 rotates. Swing to the retracted position.

  When the engaging portion 136 and the protruding piece 137 further rotate in the F direction from this state, the contact between the reverse rotation preventing member 135 and the engaging portion 136 or the protruding piece 137 is released, and the engaging portion 136 and the protruding piece 137 The spring returns to the protruding position from the retracted position by the biasing force of the spring. On the other hand, when the engaging portion 136 and the projecting piece 137 rotate in the direction opposite to the F direction (R direction) and come into contact with the reverse rotation preventing member 135, the reverse rotation preventing member 135 remains held at the protruding position, The rotation of the third gear 133 in the R direction is restricted. Thus, the reverse rotation preventing member 135 restricts the rotation in the R direction while allowing the rotation of the third gear 133 in the F direction.

  Next, the moving body 200 that is attached to the sliding body 105a of the guide member 100 having the above-described configuration and is displaced by the guide rail 105 between the first position and the second position will be described.

  9 is a perspective view of the front side of the moving body 200, FIG. 10 is a perspective view of the back side of the moving body 200, FIG. 11 is a front view of the moving body 200, FIG. 12 is a rear view of the moving body 200, and FIG. 2 is a bottom view of a body 200. FIG. As shown in these drawings, the moving body 200 includes a guided portion 201a attached to the sliding body 105a and a direction intersecting (orthogonal) with the moving direction (y direction) of the moving body 200 from the guided portion 201a. A main body member 201 having a protruding portion 201b that protrudes in the (x direction) and movably supports the second accessory main body 20 is provided. And in the main body member 201, the rack 202 is being fixed to the side surface located in the opposite side to the protrusion direction of the protrusion part 201b in the to-be-guided part 201a along the y direction.

Rack 202 meshing portion 202a which meshes with the teeth 133a of the third gear 133 of the (133a 1) is, x-direction, and more particularly to the projecting direction of the projecting portion 201b is formed so as to face in opposite directions Yes. The meshing portion 202a converts the rotational force of the third gear 133 into the linear motion of the moving body 200, and the movable body 200 is guided by the guide rail 105 and linearly moves by the meshing portion 202a. .

  Further, the rack 202 protrudes to one side (front side) in the tooth width direction (z direction) of the meshing portion 202a and extends along the longitudinal direction of the guide member 100 (guide rail 105). 202b and the other end (back side) in the tooth width direction (z direction) of the meshing portion 202a (protruding), and a stopper portion 202c extending along the longitudinal direction of the guide member 100 (guide rail 105) And are provided. As described above, the rack 202 is provided with the meshing portion 202a, the ridge portion 202b, and the stopper portion 202c on different surfaces.

  In addition, the protruding item | line part 202b and the stopper part 202c are for suppressing the inclination of the moving body 200 to the periphery of the axis of the axis along the longitudinal direction of the guide member 100 (guide rail 105). The tilt restraining function of the moving body 200 brought about by the convex portion 202b and the stopper portion 202c will be described with reference to FIG.

  FIG. 14 is a view showing a cross section taken along line AA in FIG. As shown in this figure, in a state where the moving body 200 is engaged with the guide rail 105 of the guide member 100, the rack 202 is disposed in the casing 104, more specifically, the base body 101, the first cover member 102, and the like. Are accommodated in the opposite interval. At this time, the casing 104 is provided with a pair of facing portions 102a and 101a that face each other, the facing portion 102a of the first cover member 102 faces the protruding strip portion 202b, and the stopper portion 202c has The facing portion 101a of the base body 101 faces. In consideration of some dimensional errors, a slight gap is designed to be maintained between the ridge portion 202b and the facing portion 102a and between the stopper portion 202c and the facing portion 101a. However, as long as high dimensional accuracy can be realized, the two may be designed to contact each other.

  In addition, the first cover member 102 is provided with a pair of standing portions 102b that stand from the facing portion 102a to the facing portion 101a side and that face both side surfaces of the protruding portion 202b. The pair of upright portions 102b extends in the y direction, and is arranged in parallel in the x direction with a predetermined interval therebetween. The protruding portion 202b is positioned between the pair of upright portions 102b. Yes. In other words, the opposing portion 102a and the pair of upright portions 102b form a recess into which the protruding portion 202b is slidably fitted.

  As described above, in this embodiment, the pair of facing portions 101a and 102a and the pair of upright portions 102b constitute a tilt suppression portion, and the moving body 200 is the longitudinal length of the guide member 100 (guide rail 105). When tilted in the direction around the axis along the direction, the protruding portion 202b or the stopper portion 202c comes into contact with the tilt suppression portion, and the tilt of the moving body 200 is suppressed. If the moving body 200 tilts in the direction around the axis, the meshing surface between the third gear 133 and the rack 202 hits one side, and the third gear 133 and the rack 202 are deteriorated and damaged early. If the mobile body 200 is tilted too much, the second accessory body 20 may collide with the game board 5 or the transmission plate 6. Can be eliminated.

  As shown in FIGS. 10 to 13, an engaged portion 203 that protrudes in the same direction as the meshing portion 202a is provided near the upper end of the rack 202 and on the back side of the meshing portion 202a. Yes. The engaged portion 203 is engaged with the engaging portion 136 (see FIG. 8) of the third gear 133 before the third gear 133 and the rack 202 are engaged with each other. The positioning of the tooth portion 133a and the meshing portion 202a of the rack 202 is performed, and details thereof will be described later.

  As is clear from FIGS. 10 to 13, a slide member 210 (slide portion) is disposed opposite to the back surface of the protruding portion 201 b. The slide member 210 is composed of a thin plate member, and is arranged with its longitudinal direction along the protruding direction of the protruding portion 201b. The slide member 210 is formed with a pair of slide guide holes 210 a having a length in the longitudinal direction, and maintaining a constant interval in the longitudinal direction of the slide member 210. A slide guide screw 211 that penetrates through the slide guide hole 210a is provided on the back surface of the protrusion 201b. The slide member 210 is guided by the slide guide screw 211 so that the slide member 210 is within the range of the slide guide hole 210a. It can be reciprocated in the direction.

  Note that a transmission hole 210c penetrating in the z direction is formed at the distal end of the slide member 210, and a linked portion 210d linked to the linkage members 111 and 121 is provided at the proximal end of the slide member 210. It has been. The protrusion 201b is formed with a rotation support portion 220 that is located above the slide member 210 and that is a through-hole penetrating in the z direction.

  The support case 22 of the second accessory body 20 is provided with a rotation support shaft 22a and a transmission shaft 22b (see FIG. 3) that protrude to the back side, and the rotation support shaft 22a supports the rotation of the protrusion 201b. The transmission shaft 22b is inserted into the transmission hole 210c of the slide member 210. Therefore, when the slide member 210 slides in the x direction, the linear movement of the slide member 210 in the x direction is transmitted to the transmission shaft 22b through the transmission hole 210c, and an urging force in the x direction acts on the transmission shaft 22b. . When the urging force in the x direction acts on the transmission shaft 22b in this way, the second accessory body 20 swings about the rotation support shaft 22a as the slide member 210 moves linearly in the x direction. . An elongated hole-shaped swing guide hole 221 is formed at the tip of the projecting portion 201b along the swing direction of the second accessory body 20, and the swing guide hole 221 has a support case 22. A swing guide screw 22c fixed to the back surface is inserted. The swing guide hole 221 and the swing guide screw 22c guide the swing of the second accessory body 20.

  As shown in FIGS. 9 to 13, a buffer holding member 230 is fixed to the lower end of the guided portion 201 a of the main body member 201. The buffer holding member 230 includes a contact portion 230a that faces the stopper 107 in a state in which the moving body 200 is engaged with the guide member 100, and a protrusion 230b that protrudes vertically downward from the contact portion 230a. ing. The protruding portion 230b compresses the coil spring 106 provided on the guide member 100 in the process in which the moving body 200 drops from the first position to the second position, and the contact portion 230a acts on the stopper 107. When the contact is made, the further drop of the moving body 200 is restricted. Therefore, the position where the contact portion 230a contacts the stopper 107 is the second position.

  Next, the operation of the stage effect device 50 having the above configuration will be described in detail.

  FIGS. 15 and 16 are views showing the rendering accessory device 50 in a state where the second accessory body 20 is held in the first position, FIG. 15 is a front view of the rendering accessory device 50, and FIG. FIG. 10 is a rear view of the director effect device 50. 15 shows a state in which the first cover member 102 and the second cover member 103 are removed from the guide member 100 for convenience of explanation. As shown in these drawings, the movable body 200 is engaged with the guide member 100 (guide rail 105) by screwing the guided portion 201a to the sliding body 105a. Normally, as shown in the drawing, the moving body 200 is held near the upper end of the guide rail 105, and the second accessory body 20 is held at the first position shown in the drawing. Thus, the holding force for holding the second accessory body 20 in the first position, that is, the holding force for holding the movable body 200 near the upper end of the guide rail 105 is provided by the rotation transmission body 134. ing.

FIG. 17 is a diagram illustrating a meshing state of the rotation transmission body 134 and the rack 202 when the second accessory body 20 is held at the first position. As shown in this figure, when the second accessory main body 20 is in the first position, the tooth portion 133a (tooth portion 133a 1 ) of the third gear 133 is engaged with the lowermost portion of the engagement portion 202a of the rack 202. ing. At this time, the third gear 133, the missing portion 133b that is missing teeth 133a 1 over a certain range of the rotation direction is formed, the teeth 133a 1 continuous in the direction of rotation (F direction) The last portion, in other words, the portion located immediately before the rotation direction (F direction) of the third gear 133 with respect to the missing portion 133 b meshes with the meshing portion 202 a of the rack 202.

  Thus, when the rack 202 and the third gear 133 are maintained in the meshing state, the weight of the moving body 200 acts on the third gear 133 via the rack 202. Therefore, when the second accessory body 20 is in the first position, a rotational force in the R direction, which is the direction opposite to the F direction, acts on the third gear 133. However, the rotational force in the R direction is transmitted from the third gear 133 to the electric motor 130 via the second gear 132 and the first gear 131, and the rotation of the rotation transmitting body 134 is suppressed by the load of the electric motor 130. Accordingly, the meshing relationship between the rack 202 and the third gear 133 is maintained in the state shown in the figure.

  In this state, the protruding piece 137 is positioned in front of the rotation direction (F direction) of the third gear 133 with respect to the reverse rotation preventing member 135. Therefore, even if the third gear 133 rotates in the R direction due to the weight of the moving body 200, the projecting piece 137 contacts the reverse rotation preventing member 135 held in the illustrated protruding position, and the reverse rotation of the third gear 133 occurs. (Rotation in the R direction) is restricted.

  18-21 is a figure explaining the movable aspect of the 2nd accessory main body 20, FIG. 18 is a front view which shows the state before the movement in the 1st position of the 2nd accessory main body 20, FIG. FIG. 20 is a rear view showing a state before the second accessory body 20 is moved at the first position, and FIG. 20 is a front view showing a state after the second accessory body 20 is moved at the first position. These are back views which show the state after the movement in the 1st position of the 2nd accessory main body 20. FIG. In FIG. 18 and FIG. 20, some parts of the moving body 200 are removed for convenience of explanation.

  When the second accessory body 20 is held in the first position as described above, the linked portion 210d of the slide member 210 in the moving body 200 is replaced with the transmitting portion of the linkage member 111 as shown in FIG. It is arranged to face 111b in the x direction. At this time, a slight gap is maintained between the transmission part 111b and the linked part 210d. In this state, as shown in FIG. 19, the slide member 210 is located on the guide member 100 side in the x direction, and the slide guide screw 211 is located on the left inner wall in FIG. 19 in the slide guide hole 210a. It is stationary when touched. Note that the movable body 200 is provided with an elastic member that applies a biasing force that biases the slide member 210 to the right in FIG. Is held at the position shown in FIG. Further, when the slide member 210 is held at the position shown in the drawing, the decorative board 21 is stationary with its longitudinal direction aligned with the x direction.

  When the first actuator 110 is energized from the above state, as shown in FIG. 20, the rod 110a is immersed vertically upward, and the linkage member 111 is centered on the bent portion 111a as the rod 110a is immersed. The transmission unit 111b swings in the x direction. Thus, when the transmission part 111b swings in the x direction, the transmission part 111b contacts the linked part 210d of the slide member 210, and the slide member 210 slides in the x direction by the swinging of the linked part 210d. To do.

  When the slide member 210 slides in the x direction, as shown in FIG. 21, the transmission shaft 22b is pushed out in the x direction by the transmission hole 210c, whereby the second accessory body 20 swings around the swing guide screw 22c. It moves and the decorative board 21 will be in the state inclined with respect to the x direction. Therefore, when the movable body 200 (second accessory body 20) is in the first position, the slide member 210 reciprocates by repeating energization and non-energization of the first actuator 110 within a short time. As the slide member 210 reciprocates, the decorative plate 21 is repeatedly swung in the rotation direction. As described above, when the moving body 200 is in the first position, the first actuator 110 is linked to the second accessory body 20 and the first actuator 110 is controlled to control the second accessory body. 20 moves (oscillates).

  As described above, when the second accessory body 20 is in the first position, the second accessory body 20 is located on the front side of the gaming machine body 1 with respect to the first accessory body 17. (FIG. 1). Therefore, in the first position, the illumination control means controls the light emission of the indirect irradiation unit 24 (see FIG. 3) provided on the back side of the second accessory body 20 so that the first accessory body 17 is indirectly controlled. Irradiated, the texture of the first accessory body 17 is improved, and the production effect can be improved. Moreover, since the indirect irradiation part 24 rocks | fluctuates integrally with the 2nd accessory main body 20, the irradiation aspect to the 1st accessory main body 17 is changed with such a rocking | swiveling. In this way, in addition to the increase in the degree of attention of the second accessory body 20 associated with the swing, the improvement in the impression degree of the first accessory body 17 associated with the change in the irradiation mode is also brought about, so that further improvement of the rendering effect is achieved. Will be brought.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 17, the second accessory body 20 is held in the first position, in other words, moved by meshing between the tooth portion 133a of the third gear 133 and the meshing portion 202a of the rack 202. When the electric motor 130 is rotated forward in a state where the body 200 is held at the first position, the third gear 133 rotates in the F direction. Then, the missing portion 133b faces the rack 202 and the meshing between the third gear 133 and the rack 202 is released, and the moving body 200 is moved vertically below the first position from the first position by its own weight. It will fall along the guide rail 105 to the 2nd position located.

  22 and FIG. 23 are diagrams showing the rendering accessory device 50 in a state where the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position, FIG. 22 is a front view of the rendering accessory device 50, and FIG. FIG. 10 is a rear view of the director effect device 50. 22 shows a state in which the first cover member 102 and the second cover member 103 are removed from the guide member 100 for convenience of explanation. As described above, when the moving body 200 falls vertically downward from the first position due to its own weight, the projecting portion 230b provided at the lower portion of the moving body 200 contacts the coil spring 106 and the coil spring in the dropping process. The moving body 200 falls vertically downward while compressing 106. When the contact portion 230a finally comes into contact with the stopper 107, dropping of the moving body 200 is restricted, and the moving body 200 is held at the second position shown in FIG.

  In this way, by dropping the moving body 200 by its own weight, the impact when the contact portion 230a comes into contact with the stopper 107 is buffered by the coil spring 106 while giving force to the movement of the second accessory body 20. Therefore, it is possible to improve the production effect while preventing the production effect device 50 from being damaged. Even when the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position, that is, when the contact portion 230a is in contact with the stopper 107, the upward biasing force of the coil spring 106 acts on the moving body 200. doing. However, the spring constant of the coil spring 106 is set so that the urging force thereof is weaker than the downward gravity due to the weight of the moving body 200, and the engagement between the third gear 133 and the rack 202 is released. In such a state, the contact portion 230a of the moving body 200 is designed to reliably contact the stopper 107.

  24 and FIG. 25 are diagrams for explaining a movable aspect of the second accessory body 20, and FIG. 24 is a rear view showing a state before the second accessory body 20 is movable at the second position, FIG. 25. These are back views which show the state after the movement in the 2nd position of the 2nd accessory main body 20. FIG.

  When the second accessory body 20 is held in the second position as described above, the linked portion 210d of the slide member 210 in the moving body 200 is replaced by the transmitting portion of the linkage member 121 as shown in FIG. It is arranged opposite to 121b in the x direction. At this time, a slight gap is maintained between the transmission part 121b and the linked part 210d. Further, in this state, the slide member 210 is positioned on the guide member 100 side in the x direction by the elastic force of an unillustrated elastic member, and the slide guide screw 211 is located on the left side in FIG. 24 in the slide guide hole 210a. It is stationary when it touches the inner wall. Further, when the slide member 210 is held at the position shown in the drawing, the decorative board 21 is stationary with its longitudinal direction aligned with the x direction.

  Then, when the second actuator 120 is energized from the above state, as shown in FIG. 25, the rod 120a is immersed vertically upward, and the linkage member 121 is centered on the bent portion 121a along with the immersion of the rod 120a. The transmission part 121b swings in the x direction. As described above, when the transmission part 121b swings in the x direction, the transmission part 121b contacts the linked part 210d of the slide member 210, and the slide member 210 reciprocates in the x direction by the swinging of the linked part 210d. Move (slide).

  When the slide member 210 slides in the x direction, the transmission shaft 22b is pushed out in the x direction by the transmission hole 210c, whereby the second accessory body 20 swings around the swing guide screw 22c, and the decorative plate 21 The state is inclined with respect to the x direction. Therefore, when the moving body 200 (second accessory body 20) is in the second position, the energization and non-energization of the second actuator 120 are repeated in a short time, whereby the slide member 210 reciprocates. As the slide member 210 reciprocates, the decorative plate 21 is repeatedly swung in the rotation direction. As described above, when the moving body 200 is in the second position, the second actuator 120 is linked to the second accessory body 20 and the second actuator 120 is controlled to control the second accessory body. 20 moves (oscillates).

  In addition, when the 2nd accessory main body 20 exists in a 2nd position, the 1st accessory main body 17 which is the irradiation object of the indirect irradiation part 24 is separated from the 2nd accessory main body 20, The indirect irradiation part 24 The first accessory body 17 cannot be irradiated. Therefore, when the second accessory body 20 is in the second position, the irradiation control unit stops the light emission of the indirect irradiation unit 24. In addition, you may continue irradiation from the indirect irradiation part 24 also in a 2nd position. However, at the second position, the effect display unit 16 is located on the back side of the second accessory body 20, so that the irradiation effect from the indirect irradiation unit 24 strikes the effect display unit 16 and is irregularly reflected. May decrease. Therefore, in the present embodiment, when the second accessory body 20 is in the second position, the irradiation control unit stops the light emission of the indirect irradiation unit 24.

  Next, the return operation | movement to the 1st position of the mobile body 200 hold | maintained at the 2nd position as mentioned above is demonstrated using FIGS.

  FIG. 26 is a diagram illustrating a meshing state of the rotation transmission body 134 and the rack 202 when the second accessory body 20 is held at the second position. As shown in this figure, when the moving body 200 is held at the second position, the missing portion 133b of the third gear 133 faces the meshing portion 202a of the rack 202, and the rack 202 and the third portion The engagement with the gear 133 is released. When the electric motor 130 is rotated forward from this state and the third gear 133 is rotated in the F direction, the state shown in FIGS. 27 and 28 is obtained.

  FIG. 27 and FIG. 28 are diagrams showing the meshing state of the rotation transmission body 134 and the rack 202 when the electric motor 130 is rotated forward with the second accessory body 20 held in the second position. 27 is a rear perspective view, and FIG. 28 is a front perspective view. When the electric motor 130 is rotated forward with the second accessory body 20 (moving body 200) held in the second position, the third gear 133 rotates in the F direction, and as shown in FIG. The engaging portion 136 of the three gear 133 is engaged with the engaged portion 203 of the rack 202 from below in the vertical direction. At this time, as shown in FIG. 28, the missing portion 133b of the third gear 133 still faces the meshing portion 202a of the rack 202, and the meshing relationship between the third gear 133 and the rack 202 remains released. It has become.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 27, when the third gear 133 further rotates in the F direction in a state where the engaging portion 136 and the engaged portion 203 are engaged, the moving body 200 is moved from the second position to the first position. The engaging portion 136 pushes up the engaged portion 203 so as to move in the direction toward the position (vertically upward). As described above, when the third gear 133 rotates in the F direction while the engaging portion 136 pushes the rack 202 vertically upward, the engagement portion 136 and the engaged portion 203 are disconnected before being released. A tooth portion 133 a located on the rear side in the rotation direction of the third gear 133 with respect to the portion 133 b is engaged with the engagement portion 202 a of the rack 202. Accordingly, since the third gear 133 and the rack 202 are in mesh with each other thereafter, the moving body 200 moves vertically upward to the first position as the third gear 133 rotates, and the moving body 200 moves to the first position. When the position 1 is reached, the energization of the electric motor 130 is stopped, whereby the moving body 200 (second accessory body 20) is held at the first position.

  As described above, by engaging the engaging portion 136 and the engaged portion 203, alignment is performed when the tooth portion 133a of the third gear 133 and the engaging portion 202a of the rack 202 are engaged, It is possible to reliably engage the two at a desired position at all times. Further, since a biasing force is applied to the rack 202 vertically upward by the coil spring 106, when the engaging portion 136 and the engaged portion 203 are engaged, the rack 202 and the third gear 133 are connected. When meshing, the load acting on the third gear 133 is reduced. Therefore, the speed of wear deterioration of the rotation transmission body 134 is reduced, and the energy efficiency of the electric motor 130 can be improved.

  As described above, according to the stage effect device 50 of the present embodiment, the first actuator 110 and the second actuator 120 are provided separately from the moving body 200. Then, the first actuator 110 is linked to the second accessory body 20 when the movable body 200 is in the first position to move the second accessory body 20, and the movable body 200 is moved to the second position. At some point, the linkage with the second accessory body 20 is released. Further, the second actuator 120 is linked to the second accessory body 20 when the movable body 200 is in the second position to move the second accessory body 20, and the movable body 200 is moved to the first position. At some point, the linkage with the second accessory body 20 is released.

  That is, since the moving body 200 is not provided with an actuator for moving the second accessory body 20 at the first position and the second position, the weight of the moving body 200 is reduced and the load on the electric motor 130 is reduced. Can be reduced, and the risk of failure of the electric motor 130 can be reduced. In addition, since the first actuator 110 and the second actuator 120 do not move together with the moving body 200, the risk of failure of both the actuators 110 and 120 is reduced, and the wiring to the actuators 110 and 120 is routed. Design work can also be simplified.

  Further, the pair of facing portions 101a and 102a and the pair of upright portions 102b constitute a tilt restraining portion, and the movable body 200 is rotated about the axis along the longitudinal direction of the guide member 100 (guide rail 105). When tilted in the direction, the protrusions 202b or the stoppers 202c come into contact with the tilt restraining portion, and tilting of the moving body 200 is restrained. If the moving body 200 tilts in the direction around the axis, the meshing surface between the third gear 133 and the rack 202 hits one side, and the third gear 133 and the rack 202 are deteriorated and damaged early. If the mobile body 200 is tilted too much, the second accessory body 20 may collide with the game board 5 or the transmission plate 6. Can be eliminated.

  In addition, an indirect irradiation unit 24 is originally provided on the back surface of the lighting substrate 23 for irradiating the decorative board 21, and the first accessory body 17 is irradiated by the indirect irradiation unit 24, thereby the first accessory body 17. The texture of the image can be improved and the production effect can be improved.

  In the above embodiment, the case where the first position and the second position are provided separately in the vertical direction and the moving body 200 moves in the vertical direction has been described. However, the moving direction of the moving body 200 is It is not limited to this, For example, you may move to a horizontal direction or move to circular arc shape. In the above embodiment, the moving body 200 is moved from the first position to the second position by its own weight, and the moving body 200 is moved from the second position to the first position by the electric motor 130. However, the moving body 200 may always be moved by the driving force of the electric motor 130 regardless of the moving direction of the moving body 200.

  Moreover, although the said embodiment demonstrated the case where the position displacement mechanism which displaces the position of the mobile body 200 was comprised by the electric motor 130 and the rotation transmission body 134, the structure of a position displacement mechanism is not limited to this. Furthermore, in the above-described embodiment, the case where the position displacement actuator serving as a drive source for moving the moving body 200 is configured by the electric motor 130 has been described. However, the position displacement actuator is not limited to the motor, and may be a solenoid or the like. , Other actuators may be used.

  In the above embodiment, the case where the position displacement mechanism, the first actuator 110, and the second actuator 120 are unitized in the casing 104 has been described. However, these members are not necessarily unitized in the casing 104. Not necessary. Therefore, all of the position displacement mechanism, the first actuator 110, and the second actuator 120 may be individually fixed to the game board 5, or only a part of these parts are unitized in the casing 104. Also good.

  As mentioned above, although preferred embodiment of this invention was described referring an accompanying drawing, it cannot be overemphasized that this invention is not limited to this embodiment. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various changes and modifications can be made within the scope of the claims, and these are naturally within the technical scope of the present invention. Is done.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Gaming machine main body 5 ... Game board 20 ... 2nd actor main body 50 ... Staging actor apparatus 100 ... Guide member 130 ... Electric motor (motor)
133 ... Third gear (rotating gear)
133a ... tooth part 133b ... missing part 135 ... reverse rotation prevention member 136 ... engagement part 137 ... projecting piece 200 ... moving body 202 ... rack 203 ... engaged part

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  1. A gaming machine having a directing device provided on a gaming board,
    The directing device is
    A rotating gear that is rotated by the rotational force of the motor;
    A moving body provided with a rack meshing with the rotating gear;
    An accessory body provided on the movable body;
    A guide member for guiding the movement between the first position and the second position of the movable body,
    The rotating gear is
    A missing part in which a tooth part meshing with the rack is partially missing in the rotation direction;
    An engagement portion that is engageable with the movable body when the lacking portion faces the rack and the meshing between the rotating gear and the rack is released, and
    The moving body is
    An engaged portion engaged with an engaging portion of the rotating gear;
    When the movable body is in the second position and the rotating gear rotates in one direction with the rotating gear and the rack disengaged, the engaging portion engages with the engaged portion. The moving body is moved in the direction from the second position toward the first position, and before the engagement between the engaging portion and the engaged portion is released, the moving portion is moved more than the missing portion. A tooth portion located on the rear side in the rotation direction of the rotation gear is meshed with the rack ,
    A gaming machine having an effect accessory device, comprising: a reverse rotation preventing member that allows the rotation gear to rotate in one direction and restricts rotation in a direction opposite to the one direction .
  2. The reverse rotation preventing member is
    Displaced to a protruding position protruding on a rotation locus of a protrusion piece provided on the rotation gear and rotating integrally with the rotation gear, and a retreat position retracted from the rotation locus of the protrusion piece ,
    When contacted with the projecting piece rotating in the one direction, the retracted position is retracted from the projecting position to allow the rotation of the rotating gear in one direction, and the contact with the projecting piece is released. Returning from the retracted position to the protruding position;
    When the one direction in contact with the protrusion to rotate in the opposite direction, an effect won game apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the regulating the rotation of said rotary gear is held in the projecting position Having a gaming machine.
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