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JP6014561B2
JP6014561B2 JP2013163569A JP2013163569A JP6014561B2 JP 6014561 B2 JP6014561 B2 JP 6014561B2 JP 2013163569 A JP2013163569 A JP 2013163569A JP 2013163569 A JP2013163569 A JP 2013163569A JP 6014561 B2 JP6014561 B2 JP 6014561B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a movable effect device that produces an effect by an operation.
  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a frame-shaped decorative member (a so-called center accessory) disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on the surface of the game board. A design display device such as a liquid crystal type or a drum type that displays a plurality of symbols by variably displaying them through the section is made to face from the rear, and a pachinko ball ( Many proposals have been made to arrange a start winning device for starting a change in the symbol display device by winning a game ball and 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 a reach effect accompanying the symbol variation effect 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. A special winning device provided on the game board is configured to be opened to obtain a large number of prize balls.
  In addition, by providing a movable effect device having a movable body that performs a required operation, and operating the movable body by driving the drive motor in accordance with the game effect performed by the symbol display device, a visual effect is achieved. There is also known a pachinko machine that improves the game and enhances the fun of the game (see, for example, Patent Document 1). The pachinko machine of Patent Document 1 includes one movable body that is moved along a guide portion by a lifting arm that is operated by a drive motor.
JP 2011-120640 A
  As in Patent Document 1, since only one movable body has a staging effect, a plurality of movable bodies are provided to enhance the staging effect. However, if a driving mechanism including a lifting arm and a driving motor for operating the lifting arm is provided for each movable body, the rendering device is increased in size. That is, it is required to operate a plurality of movable bodies effectively with a minimum of driving means.
  That is, the present invention has been proposed in order to solve these problems inherently in the gaming machine according to the prior art, and provides a gaming machine capable of performing a variety of motion effects. With the goal.
In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, a gaming machine according to claim 1 of the present application is
In a gaming machine equipped with a movable production device (60) that produces production by movement,
The movable effect device (60)
A movable body (70) disposed on the front side of the base member (62) so as to be reciprocally movable between the first position and the second position, and visible from the front side at least in the second position;
A driving means (80) disposed on the base member (62) for reciprocating the movable body (70);
A covering state and a movable body (70) supported by a support portion (90) displaceably disposed on the movable body (70) and covering the front side of the movable body (70) with the displacement of the support portion (90). ) And a movable member (100) that is displaced between the exposed state exposing the front surface of the movable body (70) and reciprocates with the reciprocating movement of the movable body (70),
A first guide (102) provided on the base member (62) and extending in a reciprocating direction of the movable body (70);
A second guide portion (104) provided on the base member (62) and extending from an end of the first guide portion (102) on the second position side in the reciprocating direction so as to intersect the reciprocating direction. )When,
Provided on the support portion (90), guided by the first and second guide portions (102, 104) as the movable body (70) reciprocates, and with the first and second guide portions (102, 104). An engagement portion (106) that defines the state of the movable member (100) by contact,
The movable member (100) is held in a covered state by the engaging portion (106) located in the first guide portion (102),
The movable member (100) is covered by the engaging portion (106) that is guided and displaced by the second guide portion (104) as the movable body (70) moves from the first position to the second position. The movable body (70) is exposed to the second position by rotating and moving downward from the state to the exposed state, and the movable body (70) is moved from the second position to the first position. The movable member (100) is configured to be rotationally displaced upward from the exposed state to the covered state by the engaging portion (106) guided and displaced by the second guide portion (104) .
The base member (62) is configured such that the drive motor (82) of the drive means (80) is positioned on the displacement path to the exposed state of the movable member (100) at the first position of the movable body (70). And the displacement of the movable member (100) to the exposed state is regulated by the contact between the movable member (100) and the drive motor (82) at the first position of the movable body (70). The drive motor (82) from the displacement path from the covered state to the exposed state of the movable member (100) at the position of the movable body (70) where the engaging portion (106) is disposed on the second guide portion (104). The gist is that it is configured so as to be removed .
According to the first aspect of the present invention, the movable body can be reciprocated in the reciprocating direction along with the movement of the movable body by reciprocating the movable body in the reciprocating direction by the driving means. The movable member can be displaced between the covered state and the exposed state with a simple configuration by the engaging portion that is guided and displaced by the guide portion as the body moves. Further, the movable member reciprocates while the covering portion covering the front side of the movable body is maintained by the engagement portion being guided by the first guide portion when the movable body moves from the first position to the second position. Since the engagement portion is guided by the second guide portion and moved from the covered state to an exposed state that exposes the front surface of the movable body, the movable member is moved from the covered state to the exposed state. Can change the way the movable body looks. In this way, a variety of motion effects can be performed by the movable body and the movable member.
Further, the displacement of the movable member that is about to be displaced by its own weight from the covered state to the exposed state at the first position of the movable body can be regulated by contact with the drive motor.
The present application includes the following technical ideas.
Before SL to the movable member (100), the supporting section and the movable body auxiliary engagement portion provided apart from the support portion to (70) in (90) and (108),
An auxiliary guide portion provided on the movable body (70) and guiding the auxiliary engagement portion (108) so that the movable member (100) is displaced along a predetermined displacement path between the covered state and the exposed state. (110).
According to the above configuration , the movable member can be stably operated between the covered state and the exposed position by the auxiliary engagement portion guided by the auxiliary guide portion.
In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, a gaming machine according to claim 2 of the present application is:
Yu Technical sphere can flow down a game area (20a) is a game board provided on the front surface (20) is disposed at the rear side of the recreation board (20), the recreation board of (20) counter to (40a) the gaming machine having a display unit visible from the front and a symbol display device capable of variably displaying the symbols in (18a) (18) Rutotomoni, movable performance apparatus for performing an effect by an operation (60) through,
The movable effect device (60)
Is arranged to reciprocate between a first position and a second position on the front side of the base member (62), together with the overlap on the front side of the display portion at a second position (18a), the display from the second position Ri Do the first position to move toward the outer part (18a), the movable body becomes visible from the front side at least a second position (70),
A driving means (80) disposed on the base member (62) for reciprocating the movable body (70);
A covering state and a movable body (70) supported by a support portion (90) displaceably disposed on the movable body (70) and covering the front side of the movable body (70) with the displacement of the support portion (90). ) And a movable member (100) that is displaced between the exposed state exposing the front surface of the movable body (70) and reciprocates with the reciprocating movement of the movable body (70),
Provided on the movable member (100) , overlaps the front side of the movable body (70) in a covered state and overlaps the front side of the display unit (18a) located outside the movable body (70) in an exposed state. A transparent decorative part ,
A first guide (102) provided on the base member (62) and extending in a reciprocating direction of the movable body (70);
A second guide portion (104) provided on the base member (62) and extending from an end of the first guide portion (102) on the second position side in the reciprocating direction so as to intersect the reciprocating direction. )When,
Provided on the support portion (90), guided by the first and second guide portions (102, 104) as the movable body (70) reciprocates, and with the first and second guide portions (102, 104). An engagement portion (106) that defines the state of the movable member (100) by contact,
The movable member (100) is held in a covered state by the engaging portion (106) located in the first guide portion (102),
The movable member (100) is covered by the engaging portion (106) that is guided and displaced by the second guide portion (104) as the movable body (70) moves from the first position to the second position. The movable body (70) is moved from the second position to the exposed position so as to be exposed at the second position, and the second guide portion is moved along with the movement of the movable body (70) from the second position to the first position. (104) is configured to displace the movable member (100) from the exposed state to the covered state by the engaging portion (106) guided and displaced,
The decorative portion is disposed on the movable body (70) and emits light when the movable member (100) is in a covering state by the light emitting means (76) capable of emitting the light emitting portion on the front surface of the movable body (70). In addition, when the movable member (100) is in an exposed state, light is emitted by display on the display unit (18a).
According to the invention of claim 2 , by reciprocating the movable body in the reciprocating direction by the driving means, the movable member can be reciprocated in the reciprocating direction along with the movement of the movable body, and is movable. The movable member can be displaced between the covered state and the exposed state with a simple configuration by the engaging portion that is guided and displaced by the guide portion as the body moves. Further, the movable member reciprocates while the covering portion covering the front side of the movable body is maintained by the engagement portion being guided by the first guide portion when the movable body moves from the first position to the second position. Since the engagement portion is guided by the second guide portion and moved from the covered state to an exposed state that exposes the front surface of the movable body, the movable member is moved from the covered state to the exposed state. Can change the way the movable body looks. In this way, a variety of motion effects can be performed by the movable body and the movable member.
Further, the light emission mode can be greatly changed by the displacement of the movable member, and the effect can be improved in combination with the operation effect rich in change by the movable body and the movable member.
The present application includes the following technical ideas.
Before Symbol movable member said reciprocating collar portion formed on the side edges along the direction in (70) and (120), rotatably disposed on the base member (62), the front side of the flange portion (120) The gist of the invention is that it includes a restricting portion (122) that overlaps and restricts the forward displacement of the flange portion (120).
According to the above configuration , it is possible to prevent the movable body from rattling by restricting the position of the collar portion by the restricting portion.
  According to the gaming machine according to the present invention, a variety of motion effects can be performed by the movable body and the movable member.
1 is a front view showing a pachinko machine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, and a movable body exists in a standby position. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS It is a front view which shows the game board of an Example, (a) is in the middle of the displacement from which a movable body faces a movable position from a standby position, (b) is a movable member in an exposure state while a movable body is in a movable position. It is displaced. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB in FIG. It is CC sectional view taken on the line of FIG.3 (b). It is a perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows the frame-shaped decorative body, game board, and installation member of an Example. It is a front view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, (a) is a movable body in a standby position, (b) is a movable body between a standby position and a movable position, (c) is a movable body. It is in a movable position. It is a bottom view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, (a) is a movable member in a covering state, (b) is a movable member in an exposure state. It is a right view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, (a) is a movable member in a covering state, (b) is a movable member in an exposure state. It is sectional drawing fractured | ruptured by the line corresponding to D arrow of Fig.9 (a), (a) respond | corresponds to the state of Fig.8 (a), (b) respond | corresponds to the state of FIG.8 (b). , (C) corresponds to the state of FIG. It is sectional drawing fractured | ruptured by the line corresponding to E arrow of Fig.9 (a), (a) respond | corresponds to the state of Fig.8 (a), (b) respond | corresponds to the state of Fig.8 (b). , (C) corresponds to the state of FIG. It is a perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows a movable member, a movable body, and a base member, (a) is the state seen from the front side, (b) is the state seen from the rear side. It is a perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, and is the state seen from the front side. It is a perspective view which decomposes | disassembles and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of an Example, and is the state seen from the rear side. (a) is a perspective view which shows the base member of a modification from the front side, (b) is a perspective view which shows the movable body of a modification from the rear side. It is a left view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus of the example of a change.
  Next, a gaming machine according to the present invention will be described below with reference to the accompanying drawings by way of preferred embodiments. In the embodiment, a pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball as a game ball will be described as an example. Further, in the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” are states when the pachinko machine is viewed from the front side (player side) as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. It points at.
(About pachinko machine 10)
As shown in FIG. 1, a pachinko machine 10 according to an embodiment is formed in a rectangular frame shape that opens forward and backward, and an outer frame 11 as a fixed frame that is installed in a vertically installed posture on an installation frame base (not shown) of a game shop. An inner frame 12 as a main body frame that detachably holds the game board 20 (see FIG. 2) is detachably assembled to the front side of the opening of the game board, and various symbols are variably displayed on the back side of the game board 20. A possible symbol display device 18 (see FIG. 4) is detachably disposed. In addition, the front side of the middle frame 12 is configured to cover the window portion 13a opening front and rear with a glass plate for transparently protecting the game board 20 and a transparent protective plate 13b formed of a transparent synthetic resin material. The front frame 13 is assembled so as to be openable and closable, and a lower ball tray 15 for storing pachinko balls is assembled below the front frame 13 so as to be openable and closable. In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 14 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 13, and the upper ball tray 14 is also opened and closed integrally with the opening and closing of the front frame 13. Configured to do. In the embodiment, a liquid crystal display device in which a liquid crystal panel capable of displaying various symbols is housed in a housing case is adopted as the symbol display device 18, but is not limited to this, and a drum-type symbol display is used. 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. Further, the upper ball tray 14 may be formed separately from the front frame 13. It should be noted that the ball tray is not limited to the one having the upper and lower two ball trays 14 and 15 and may be configured to have only one ball tray.
  An operation handle 17 for operating a ball striking device (not shown) disposed on the middle frame 12 is provided at a lower right position of the front frame 13. The operation handle 17 includes an operation lever 17a urged in the left rotation direction. When the player rotates the operation lever 17a to rotate right, the hitting ball launching device is operated, Pachinko balls stored in the ball tray 14 are launched toward the game board 20. Here, the hitting force of the pachinko ball by the hitting ball launcher is changed in accordance with the amount of rotation of the operation lever 17a, and the player operates the amount of rotation of the operation lever 17a. The so-called “left-handed” that causes the pachinko ball to flow down to the left of the game area 20a in FIG. 20 and the so-called “right-handed (rubber-made)” that causes the pachinko ball to flow down to the right of the gaming area 20a can be distinguished. Yes.
(About game board 20)
As shown in FIG. 2, the game board 20 is decorated with a synthetic resin sheet (not shown) on which various patterns are drawn on the surface of a wood board formed in a substantially rectangular shape with a predetermined board thickness. A game area 20a in which a pachinko ball can flow down is defined by a guide rail 23 that is a curved member formed in a substantially circular shape and disposed on the surface (board surface) of the game board 20. Further, an installation member 19 (see FIG. 7) to which the symbol display device 18 is attached is disposed on the back surface of the game board 20.
  As shown in FIG. 2, the guide rail 23 includes an outer rail 24 formed in an arc shape that bulges leftward from the lower left part of the game board 20 to the upper right part, and an upper right part and a right part of the game board 20. It is comprised from the inner rails 25 and 26 formed in the arc shape which bulges rightward so that a lower part and upper left part may be reached. The inner rails 25 and 26 are connected to the upper right end portion of the outer rail 24 and are arranged from the upper right portion to the lower portion of the game board 20, and the left end edge is formed in a circular arc shape recessed in the right direction. 25 and a rail member 26 which is arranged from the lower part to the upper left part of the game board 20 and is connected to the lower end part of the board decoration member 25 and is spaced apart to the right (inner side) of the outer rail 24. The outer rail 24 and the rail member 26 constitute a launch passage 23a through which one pachinko ball can pass. Here, the rail member 26 that constitutes the inner rail is configured to define a batting opening 23b that opens to the game area 20a with the open end facing the upper left portion of the gaming board 20 and the outer rail 24. Then, the pachinko ball launched from the hitting ball launching device rises from the lower opening of the launch passage 23a, and is launched into the game area 20a from the launch outlet 23b on the open end side of the rail member 26.
(Mounting slot 28 of the game board 20)
As shown in FIG. 7, the gaming board 20 has a plurality of mounting openings 28 penetrating in the front-rear direction in the game area 20a, and various parts are attached to the mounting openings 28 from the front side. At the lowermost position of the area 20a, an out port 29 for discharging a pachinko ball launched into the game area 20a is provided. The gaming board 20 has a large number of game nails 30 planted in the game area 20a, and the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 20a come into contact with the game nails 30 so that the flow direction of the pachinko balls is reduced. It is designed to change irregularly. It should be noted that the number of the mounting openings 28 is appropriately determined depending on the number of various parts attached to the game board 20 and the arrangement positions.
  As shown in FIG. 4, the game board 20 according to the embodiment has a window 40a that opens to the front and rear in a first mounting opening 28 that is open at a substantial center of a game area 20a surrounded by the guide rails 23. A frame-shaped decorative body 40 is attached, and the display unit 18a of the symbol display device 18 faces the front side of the game board 20 through a window 40a of the frame-shaped decorative body 40. A start having a start winning opening 32a into which a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20a can win a second mounting opening (not shown) opened below the first mounting opening 28 (frame-like decorative body 40). A winning device 32 is attached, and a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20a can win a prize at a third mounting port (not shown) opened on the upper right side of the second mounting port (first start winning device 32). A special winning device 33 is attached. Further, in the pachinko machine 10 of the embodiment, the pachinko ball flowing down the flow path can be awarded at a position facing the right flow path in the game area 20a above the special winning device 33 in the frame-shaped decorative body 40. A second start winning device 34 having a second start winning port 34a is attached.
  Then, the pachinko ball flowing down the game area 20a wins the first start prize port 32a provided in the first start prize device 32 or the second start prize port 34a provided in the second start prize device 34. The symbols are variably displayed on the display unit 18a of the symbol display device 18 to develop a symbol variation effect. As a result of the symbol variation effect, a predetermined symbol combination (for example, 3 of the same symbol) is displayed on the display unit 18a of the symbol display device 18. When the symbols are stopped and displayed in the assortment, etc., so-called big hits (winning) occur, and the special winning device 33 is opened with the occurrence of the big hits so as to be given an opportunity to obtain a large number of prize balls. It has become. Here, the first start winning device 32 is a normally open type winning device in which the first start winning port 32a is always open to the game area 20a, and the second start winning device 34 has a predetermined opening condition and closing. According to the conditions (both described later), the second start winning opening 34a is an open / close type winning device that is opened and closed by an opening / closing member (not shown). The special prize winning device 33 is configured to always close a special prize opening (not shown) by the opening / closing body 33a (a state in which a prize cannot be made), and the special prize opening is opened (a prize can be awarded) when a big hit occurs. Configured to state).
(About the installation member 19)
The installation member 19 includes a substantially rectangular back plate 19a formed in a size and a shape substantially matching the outline shape of the game board 20, and an image wall portion 19b projecting forward from the outer peripheral edge of the back plate. The game board 20 and the installation member 19 are fixed to each other with a screw in a state in which the front end of the wall 19b is in contact with the back surface of the game board 20. The In the installation member 19, various movable effect devices 60, various light emitting devices, and the like are installed in a space defined between the game board 20 and the unit as a unit based on the installation member 19. It can be handled. In addition, a substantially rectangular opening 19c is opened on the back plate 19a of the installation member 19 at a position where the window 40a of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 is aligned in the front-rear direction. The symbol display device 18 is detachably attached to the back side of the face plate 19a, and the display portion 18a of the symbol display device 18 faces the front side of the game board 20 through the opening 19c. As shown in FIGS. 4 to 7, the installation member 19 is provided with a movable effect device 60 that performs an effect by an operation on the lower front surface of the opening 19 c in the back plate 19 a. The movable effect device 60 is accommodated in a space between the lower portion of the back plate 19a and the lower portion of the game board 20 located in front of the lower portion of the back plate 19a. Here, at the lower part of the installation member 19, a ball path defining member that guides the pachinko ball that has won the decoration member 56 and the first start winning port 32 a of the first start winning device 32 on the front side of the movable effect device 60. 58 and the like are disposed, and the installation space of the movable effect device 60 is narrowed back and forth.
(About the frame-shaped decorative body 40)
As shown in FIG. 7, the frame-shaped decorative body 40 is formed in a ring shape so as to protrude backward from the rear surface of the decorative body base 42, and a decorative body base 42 that is an installation portion for various members. A plate-shaped decorative body fixing portion 44 extending along the inside of the first mounting opening 28 provided in the game board 20 and a decorative body base portion 42 are provided to project forward from the front surface of the game board 20. A bowl-shaped part 46 that separates the game area 20a from the display part 18a (display area) of the symbol display device 18, and a plate-like decorative body mounting part 48 that extends outward from the rear edge of the bowl-shaped part 46; It has. The frame-shaped decorative body 40 is inserted with the decorative body fixing portion 44 into the first mounting opening 28 and the decorative body mounting portion 48 is in contact with the front surface of the game board 20, and the decorative body mounting portion 48 is screwed or the like. It is attached to the game board 20 by being fixed to the game board 20. Here, the hook-shaped portion 46 is provided so as to continuously extend from the middle position of the left edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 (decorative body base portion 42) to the upper edge and the lower right edge. The pachinko ball is restricted from flowing down (falling) across the front side of the device 18. Further, the lower part and the lower edge of the left edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 are not provided with the hook-shaped part 46, and are configured so that pachinko balls can pass through the front side.
  As shown in FIG. 2, the frame-shaped decorative body 40 has a stage 50 provided on the inner periphery of the lower edge (below the window 40a) and a left edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 (the left side of the window 40a). And a warp passage 52 for guiding a pachinko ball taken from the game area 20a to the stage 50. The pachinko ball that has entered the stage 50 from the game area 20a through the warp passage 52 or the lower left front side of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 rolls left and right on the stage 52, and then the front side of the lower edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 It is discharged to the game area 20a. Further, on the rear side of the stage 50, a rear wall member 54 stands up at a predetermined height over the entire length in the left-right direction, and a pachinko ball that rolls on the stage 50 is displayed on the symbol display device 18. The rear wall member 54 prevents movement toward the portion 18a. Here, the stage 52 and the rear wall member 54 are made of a colorless and transparent resin material. The stage 52 and the rear wall member 54 extend from the lower edge of the frame-shaped decorative body 40 to the inside of the window 40a. A movable body 70 and a movable member 100 of a later-described movable effect device 60 are visible through the stage 52 and the rear wall member 54 from the front side.
(About the movable effect device 60)
As shown in FIGS. 4 to 7, on the lower side of the opening 19 c in the installation member 19, the movable effect device 60 is attached to the front surface of the back plate 19 a and faces the window 40 a of the frame-shaped decorative body 40. 18 is disposed below the display 18a. The movable effect device 60 includes a movable body 70 and a movable member 100 disposed so as to be displaceable with respect to the movable body 70 (see FIG. 8). Depending on the game effect, the movable body 70 and the movable member 100 are provided. Thus, a predetermined operation effect is performed. Here, the game effects executed by the pachinko machine 10 are effects such as symbol variation effects, reach effects, reach notice effects, jackpot effects, etc. in which various symbols are changed on the display unit 18a of the symbol display device 18, speakers, This refers to an effect produced by voice output from a device, an effect produced by light by a device that can irradiate light, and the like. Note that the game effect executed on the pachinko machine 10 may be internal that does not appear outside the pachinko machine 10 or external that appears outside the pachinko machine 10.
  As shown in FIGS. 8 to 13, the movable effect device 60 includes a base member 62 attached to the back plate 19 a of the installation member 19, and a movable body 70 disposed so as to be able to reciprocate on the front side of the base member 62. And a driving means 80 that is disposed on the base member 62 and moves the movable body 70 back and forth. In the movable effect device 60 of the embodiment, the movable body 70 is in a standby position (first position, see FIGS. 4 and 8A), and a movable position (second position, FIGS. 6 and 8) above the standby position. (see (c)) is configured to be reciprocally movable in the vertical direction with respect to the base member 62, and is configured so that the movable body 70 is visible from the front side at least at the movable position (FIG. 3). (See (b)). In addition, the movable effect device 60 is supported by a support portion 90 that is displaceably disposed on the movable body 70, and the movable portion 70 is displaced with respect to the movable body 70 so that the front side of the movable body 70 is displaced. The member 100, the guide means 102, 104 provided on the base member 62, and the support portion 90, and guided by the guide means 102, 104 as the movable body 70 reciprocates, the support portion 90 (movable member 100). And an engaging portion 106 that defines the state of the above. The movable member 100 is displaced in a covering state (see FIGS. 8A and 8B) covering the front side of the movable body 70 and moving toward the outside of the movable body 70 in accordance with the displacement of the support portion 90. Thus, the movable body 70 is configured to be displaced between an exposed state in which the front surface of the movable body 70 is exposed (see FIG. 8C). In the movable effect device 60 of the embodiment, the movable member 100 that covers the left side region (first region) of the movable body 70 and the movable member that covers the right side region (second region other than the first region) of the movable body in the covered state. The two units 100 and 100 are configured to rotate and move away from each other to shift from the covered state to the exposed state.
  The movable effect device 60 includes a first guide portion 102 and a second guide portion 104 extending in a different direction from the first guide portion 102 as guide means (see FIG. 13 (a)). When the engaging portion 106 located in the portion 102 is positioned by the first guide portion 102, the support portion 90 is held so that the movable member 100 is in the covering state (FIGS. 12A and 12B). )reference). The movable effect device 60 operates the support member 90 by the engaging portion 106 that is guided and displaced by the second guide portion 104 in accordance with the movement of the movable body 70 from the standby position toward the movable position. The movable body 70 is displaced from the covering state to the exposed state to be exposed at the movable position of the movable body 70, and is also guided and displaced by the second guide unit 104 as the movable body 70 moves from the movable position toward the standby position. The support member 90 is actuated by the engaging portion 106 so that the movable member 100 is displaced from the exposed state toward the covered state (see FIG. 12C).
(About the base member 62)
As shown in FIGS. 14 and 15, the base member 62 is a plate-like member formed in a substantially rectangular shape, and is formed of a transparent resin plate in the embodiment. The base member 62 is attached to the front surface of the back plate 19 a of the installation member 19 and is disposed on the rear side of the decorative member 56 and the ball passage defining member 58. The base member 62 of the game board 20 and the frame-shaped decorative body 40 is excluded except for the edge decoration 63 disposed on the upper edge of the base member 62 so as to border the lower edge of the opening 19c of the installation member 19. It is hidden behind the lower edge so that it cannot be seen from the front side (see FIG. 4). The base member 62 supports members constituting the movable effect device 60 such as the movable body 70 and the driving means 80, and the movable effect device 60 is configured to be handled as one unit via the base member 62. .
  On the front surface of the base member 62, two guide means 102, 104, 102, 104 corresponding to the two movable members 100, 100 are provided at the center in the left-right direction. , 102, 104 are provided with a pair of shafts 64, 64 for supporting the movable body 70 so as to be capable of reciprocating in the vertical direction (see FIG. 13A). Each shaft 64 is a metal rod-like body, and is spanned between a shaft insertion portion 65 provided at the upper end portion of the base member 62 and a shaft holding portion 66 provided at the lower end portion of the base member 62. Extending in the vertical direction. Here, the shaft 64 is inserted from below into the shaft insertion portion 65 whose upper end is opened downward, and the lower end fitted into the shaft holding portion 66 formed in a groove shape opened to the front side is the shaft holding portion 66. It is prevented from coming off with a screw 67 with a flat washer screwed onto the screw. That is, the shaft 64 (the movable body 70 supported by the shaft 64) can be easily attached and detached by attaching and detaching the flat washer screw 67.
(About movable body 70)
As shown in FIG. 13, the movable body 70 of the embodiment has a thin box shape in the front-rear direction, and an upper portion is formed in an arc shape when viewed from the front. The movable body 70 includes a pair of attachment portions 71 and 71 that are provided in the lower part of the rear surface thereof so as to be separated in the left-right direction (see FIG. 13B), and the shaft 64 on the side corresponding to each attachment portion 71 is inserted. Thus, the movable body 70 is supported so as to be movable in the vertical direction along the shaft 64 with respect to the base member 62. The attachment portion 71 is formed with an insertion passage for the shaft 64 communicating vertically from a rear groove portion that opens to the rear and a front groove portion that opens to the front above and below the rear groove portion. The movable body 70 is disposed so that most of the movable body 70 overlaps the front side of the base member 62 at the standby position, and the lower end of the mounting portion 71 is in contact with the upper end of the shaft holding portion 66, so that the downward movement is restricted. In addition, the movable body 70 in the standby position is positioned below the display unit 18a (below the window 40a) of the symbol display device 18 and below the game board 20 disposed on the front side, the frame-shaped decorative body 40. The lower edge and the decorative member 56 cover most of the movable member 100 including the movable member 100 in a covering state covering the front side of the movable body 70. The movable body 70 extends upward from the upper edge of the base member 62 at the movable position, and is attached to a movement restricting piece 65a (see FIG. 11) formed below the shaft insertion portion 65 on the front surface of the base member. When the upper end of the abuts, the upward movement is restricted. As the movable body 70 moves from the standby position to the movable position, the movable body 70 extends upward from the lower edge of the window 40a, and a portion overlapping the front side of the display unit 18a and the front side of the symbol display device 18 are enlarged. As shown in the figure, the front and rear of the display unit 18a of the symbol display device 18 (inside the window 40a) are projected and retracted so as to be retracted downward from the front side of the display unit 18a. As the movable body 70 appears and disappears on the front side of the display unit, both the movable members 100 and 100 disposed on the movable body 70 appear and appear inside the window 40a. As described above, in the movable effect device 60, the movable body 70 overlaps the front side of the display unit 18a at the movable position, and the movable body 70 moves from the movable position toward the lower side (outside) of the display unit 18a. It is arrange | positioned so that it may become a standby position.
  As shown in FIG. 14 and FIG. 15, the movable body 70 is disposed on the movable body rear plate portion 72 constituting the rear surface of the movable body 70 and on the front side of the movable body rear plate portion 72. 70 includes a movable body front plate portion 73 that constitutes the front surface of the movable body 70, and a pair of rack portions 74 and 75 disposed on the rear surface of the movable body rear plate portion 72. In the movable body 70, a light emitting substrate (light emitting means) 76 having an LED (light emitting body) 76 a mounted on the front surface in a storage space defined between the movable body rear plate portion 72 and the movable body front plate portion 73. A partition member 77 disposed on the front side of the light emitting substrate 76 and a sheet-like light diffusion member 78 disposed on the front side of the partition member 77 are disposed. The movable body front plate portion 73 is configured by a colored resin plate so that light can be transmitted. From the unevenness in which the groove and the top extend inward and outward in the outer peripheral edge portion of the rear surface of the movable body front plate portion 73. While the movable body light diffusion portion 73a is formed, the central portion inside the movable body light diffusion portion 73a is formed flat. That is, the movable body front plate portion 73 has different diffusion modes of incident light between the outer peripheral edge portion and the central portion. The outer shapes of the light emitting substrate 76, the partition member 77, and the light diffusing member 78 are similar to the movable body front plate portion 73. The partition member 77 is formed in a frame shape in which the partition wall extends so as not to overlap the front side of the LED 76 a of the light emitting substrate 76, and the LED 76 a of the light emitting substrate 76 faces the gap between the partition walls of the partition member 77. Be placed. The movable body 70 illuminates the movable body front plate portion 73 via the light diffusing member 78 by irradiating light forward from the LED 76 a of the light emitting substrate 76, so that the movable body front plate portion 73 (front surface of the movable body 70). Is configured to emit light. Thus, in the embodiment, the entire front surface of the movable body 70 is a light emitting unit. The movable body rear plate portion 72 is configured not to transmit light, and when the movable body 70 moves from the standby position and overlaps the front side of the display portion 18a of the symbol display device 18, the display portion 18a The movable body front plate portion 73 of the movable body 70 is prevented from emitting light by the display effect that is performed.
  As shown in FIG. 13B, a pair of rack portions 74 and 75 are disposed on the rear surface of the movable body 70 so as to be separated in the left-right direction. Each rack part 74, 75 has a tooth part extending over the upper and lower sides of the movable body rear plate part 72 facing outward (on the right side in the case of the right rack part 75 and on the left side in the case of the left rack part 74). The mounting portion 71 is integrally formed on the lower inner side of each of the rack portions 74 and 75 (the lower left portion is the right rack portion 75 and the lower right portion is the left rack portion 74). In the movable body 70, a left rack portion 74 (referred to as an operation rack portion) disposed on the left side (one side portion) of the base member 62 on which the drive means 80 is installed is linked to the drive means 80, and this operation is performed. The driving force of the driving means 80 is transmitted to the movable body 70 through the rack portion 74 (see FIGS. 11 and 12). Further, the movable body 70 has a right rack portion 75 (referred to as a regulation rack portion) disposed on the right side portion (other side portion) of the base member 62 on the front surface on the right upper side of the base member 62 and around the front and rear axes. Engaging with a restricting gear 68 disposed so as to be freely rotatable, the rightward movement is restricted by the restricting gear 68 (see FIGS. 10 to 12. In the embodiment, a pair of rack portions 74 and 75 are used. Are formed in a symmetrical shape including the mounting portion 71.
(About the driving means 80)
As shown in FIGS. 14 and 15, the drive means 80 includes a drive motor 82 disposed on the front surface of the intermediate portion on the left side of the base member 62 with the output shaft directed rearward, and the rear of the base member 62. A drive gear 84 fixed to the output shaft of the drive motor projecting to the side, a connecting gear 86 positioned inside the drive gear 84 and rotatably disposed on the base member 62, and meshing with the drive gear 84; It is located on the inner side of the connecting gear 86 and is rotatably arranged on the base member 62, and is composed of a connecting gear 86 and an operating gear 88 that meshes with the operating rack portion 74. The base member 62 is formed with a concave portion that is recessed in the front side at a portion where the drive gear 84 and the linkage gear 86 are disposed. The drive gear 84 and the linkage gear 86 are accommodated in the recess and are opened above the depression. The connecting gear 86 meshes with the first operating tooth portion 88a of the operating gear 88 through the notch. In the operating gear 88, the second operating tooth portion 88b formed coaxially with the first operating tooth portion 88a on the front side of the first operating tooth portion 88a meshes with the operating rack portion 74 on the front side of the base member 62. It has become. The operating gear 88 has a rotating shaft disposed above the rotating shaft of the connecting gear 86, and the lower portion of the second operating tooth portion 88b formed in the operating gear 88 having a larger diameter than the first operating tooth portion 88a is the connecting gear. It overlaps the upper front side of 86. The restriction gear 68 is rotatably disposed on the front surface of the base member 62 in a symmetrical relationship with the operation gear 88 and the guide means 102 and 104 interposed therebetween. It meshes with the rack portion 75. As described above, the movable body 70 is sandwiched from the left and right by the operating gear 88 that meshes with the actuating rack portion 74 and the regulating gear 68 that meshes with the regulating rack portion 75, and includes the drive gear 84, the connecting gear 86, and the operating gear 88. It is configured to reciprocate in the vertical direction along the shafts 64 and 64 by the driving force of the driving motor 82 transmitted to the operation rack portion 74 via the transmission portion. The drive gear 84, the connecting gear 86, and the operating gear 88 are configured to rotate around an axis in the front-rear direction.
(About guide means)
As shown in FIGS. 11 and 13A, on the front surface of the base member 62, a first guide portion 102 extending in the up-down direction, which is the reciprocating direction of the movable body 70, and the first guide portion 102 are provided. Guide means comprising a second guide portion 104 extending from the upper end portion (the end portion on the second position side in the reciprocating direction of the movable body 70) so as to intersect with the vertical direction (reciprocating direction of the movable body 70). Is provided. In the embodiment, the first guide portion 102 and the second guide portion 104 are formed in a groove shape opened to the front side, and the extending shape is symmetrical to the base member 62 in accordance with the number of movable members 100 arranged. And two guide means are formed. The first guide portion 102 is defined by a pair of horizontal walls that extend linearly in the vertical direction from the lower part to the upper part of the base member 62, and a lower wall that extends in the left-right direction continuously to the lower ends of both horizontal walls. Has been. The second guide part 104 is formed at the upper part of the base member 62 and has an extension length shorter than that of the first guide part 102 extending from the lower part to the upper part of the base member 62. The second guide portion 104 moves from the extension line of the first guide portion 102 in the left-right direction (the direction orthogonal to the extension line of the first guide portion 102) as it is spaced upward from the connecting portion with the lateral wall of the first guide portion 102. ) And a pair of horizontal walls extending so as to be separated from each other, and an upper wall connected to the upper ends of both horizontal walls.
  Here, on the front surface of the base member 62, guide means 102 and 104 for operating the movable member 100 arranged on the right side are formed on the left side, and for operating the movable member 100 arranged on the left side. Guide means 102, 104 are formed on the right side. The left and right first guide portions 102, 102 extend in parallel with each other, and the left and right second guide portions 104, 104 extend obliquely so as to approach each other as the distance from the connection portion with the first guide portion 102 increases. ing. That is, as the second guide portion 104 of each guide means moves away from the connection portion with the first guide portion 102 upward (moving direction of the movable body 70 to the movable position), the covering state of the movable member 100 changes from the covered state to the exposed state. The second guide portion 104 of the embodiment is inclined by about 30 ° with respect to the first guide portion 102.
(About support part 90)
As shown in FIG. 13 (b), the support portion 90 has a support disk 92 disposed at the lower part of the movable body 70 so as to be rotatable around an axis in the front-rear direction, and one end portion on the front surface of the support disk 92. And a support arm 94 having the other end fixed to the movable member 100. The movable effect device 60 includes two support portions 90, 90 corresponding to the two movable members 100, 100, and a support disk 92 of the support portion 90 that supports the movable member 100 disposed on the left side is a base. A support disk 92 of the support portion 90 that supports the movable member 100 disposed on the right side is disposed on the left side of the base member, and the left and right support disks 92 are adjacent to each other. A support arm 94 extending from the right support disk 92 and supporting the left movable member 100 and a support arm 94 extending from the left support disk 92 and supporting the right movable member 100 extend. Crossing back and forth on the way. The movable body 70 has a support disk housing portion 72a formed in a lower portion of the movable body rear plate portion 72 that extends from the lower edge of the movable body front plate portion 73. A pair of support disks 92 and 92 are arranged adjacent to each other on the left and right sides by fitting with the pair of support bosses 72b and 72b. Each support disk 92 has an interlocking tooth part 92 a in a partial range of the outer peripheral edge, and the interlocking tooth part 92 a meshes with an interlocking tooth part 92 a formed on the other support disk 92. That is, the pair of support portions 90, 90 are configured to operate in conjunction with each other by meshing of the interlocking tooth portions 92a, 92a of the support disks 92, 92 with each other.
  As shown in FIG. 13 (b), the support arm 94 is supported by one end fixed to the support disk 92 in the covered state of the movable member 100 (on the left side if the left movable member 100, the left side, In the case of the right movable member 100, it is formed in a substantially L shape when viewed from the front, extending in the left-right direction toward the right side) and then extending upward (to the movable position side of the movable body 70). The other end of the support arm 94 that extends vertically overlaps the rear side of the outer edge of the movable member 100, and supports the movable member 100 from the rear side. The left and right support arms 94, 94 are configured to overlap each other on one end side. In the embodiment, the rear side of the support arm 94 that supports the left movable member 100 is supported, and the right support member 100 is supported. The arm 94 passes therethrough, and one end of the right support arm 94 is bent toward the rear side so as not to interfere with the left support arm 94 (see FIG. 9). The front sides of the left and right support disks 92, 92 and the fixing portions of the support arms 94, 94 attached to the front surfaces of the support disks 92, 92 are covered with a support cover part 96 attached to the lower part of the movable body 70. (See FIG. 8).
(About the engaging portion 106)
As shown in FIG. 13 (b), the engaging portion 106 is provided at an eccentric position on the rear surface of the support disk 92 that is offset radially outward from the center of rotation of the support disk 92. The engaging portion 106 includes a columnar engaging protrusion 106a that protrudes from the rear surface of the support disk 92, and an engaging sleeve 106b that is rotatably fitted on the outer periphery of the engaging protrusion 106a. (See FIGS. 14 and 15). The engaging portion 106 protrudes to the rear side of the movable body rear plate portion 72 (movable body 70) through an engagement passage 72c formed through the support disk housing portion 72a in the front and rear of the movable body rear plate portion 72. (See FIG. 12). The engagement passage 72 c is formed in an arc shape centered on the rotation axis of the support disk 92, and from the position aligned with the front side of the first guide portion 102, the second guide portion 104 is connected to the first guide portion 102. The openings are open so as to extend in the bias direction. The engaging portion 106 that protrudes to the rear side of the movable body 70 is inserted into guide means 102 and 104 provided on the front surface of the base member 62. The right engagement portion 106 protruding from the right support disk 92 that supports the left movable member 100 engages with the right guide means 102 and 104, and from the left support disk 92 that supports the right movable member 100. The protruding left engaging portion 106 is engaged with the left guiding means 102 and 104, and the both engaging portions 106 and 106 are displaced in the vertical direction as the movable body 70 moves, so that the respective guiding means are provided. The positions at 102 and 104 are changed.
  When the engaging portion 106 is positioned on the first guide portion 102, the lateral wall of the first guide portion 102 is restricted from moving in the left-right direction, and is positioned substantially immediately above the center of rotation of the support disk 92. (See FIGS. 11 (a) and 11 (b) and FIGS. 12 (a) and 12 (b)). That is, the engaging portion 106 is not rotated and displaced while the movable body 70 is reciprocally moved in the vertical direction while it is positioned on the first guide portion 102. When the engaging part 106 is positioned on the second guide part 104 when the movable body 70 moves upward from the standby position toward the movable position, the engaging part 106 is guided by the lateral wall of the second guide part 104 extending obliquely downward. If it is the right engaging portion 106, it is rotated and displaced toward the counterclockwise direction, and if it is the left engaging portion 106, it is turned clockwise. Further, the engaging portion 106 is guided by the lateral wall of the second guide portion 104 extending obliquely when the engaging portion 106 is positioned on the second guide portion 104 during the downward movement of the movable body 70 from the movable position toward the standby position. Then, it is turned and displaced upward (clockwise for the right engaging portion 106 and counterclockwise for the left engaging portion 106). Thus, when the left and right engaging portions 106, 106 are positioned on the second guide portions 104, 104, they are guided by the corresponding second guide portions 104 so as to be rotationally displaced in directions opposite to each other. Then, the support disk 92 rotates by the rotational displacement of the engaging portion 106, and the movable member 100 moves between the covered state and the exposed state around the support disk 92 by the support arm 94 that swings accordingly. Is rotated and displaced.
(About movable member 100)
As shown in FIGS. 4 to 6, the movable member 100 is formed in a plate shape, and the plate surface extends along the front surface of the movable body 70 along the board surface. The pair of movable members 100, 100 are configured to come in contact with each other by being rotationally displaced in different directions around the support disk 92 as the engaging portion 106 is displaced, and in the covered state, the inner edge portions are aligned with each other. The two movable members 100, 100 are arranged so as to cover substantially the entire front surface of the main body portion on which the design of the movable body 70 is applied. The pair of movable members 100, 100 are exposed by being rotationally displaced from the covered state so as to be separated from each other, and most of the front surface excluding the lower portion of the outer edge of the main body portion of the movable body 70 is exposed. The outer edges excluding the inner edge 100 are configured to extend to the outside of the movable body 70. Here, since the movable member 100 is configured to be exposed at the movable position of the movable body 70, an area extending outside the movable body 70 in the exposed state in the movable member 100 is an area of the display unit 18 a. It overlaps the front side (see FIG. 3B). And a pair of movable member 100,100 returns to a covering state by carrying out rotational displacement so that it may mutually adjoin from an exposed state.
  As shown in FIGS. 14 and 15, the movable member 100 is attached to a movable plate portion 100 a capable of transmitting light, a front side of the movable plate portion 100 a, and has an opening penetrating front and rear and an appropriate design shape. Thus, the movable decorative portion 100b that can transmit light is configured to transmit light as a whole. In the embodiment, the movable plate portion 100a and the movable decorative portion 100b are formed of a colored transparent resin plate, and the movable plate portion 100a is visible from the front side through the opening of the movable decorative portion 100b. As described above, the entire movable member 100 of the embodiment is configured as a decorative portion. The movable member 100 is entirely illuminated in the covered state by the light emitted from the LED 76a of the light emitting substrate 76, and the region overlapping the front surface of the movable body 70 is emitted by the light of the LED 76a even in the exposed state. In the movable member 100 according to the embodiment, a region 101A where the movable plate portion 100a is exposed to the front surface through the opening of the movable decorative portion 100b (referred to as an easily transparent region) is a region where the movable decorative portion 100b and the movable plate portion 100a overlap. It is set so that the front design of the movable body 70 can be easily seen in the covered state, rather than 101B (referred to as a hardly transparent region). And the movable production | presentation apparatus 60 irradiates light from LED76a of the light emission board | substrate 76, and illuminates the front surface of the movable body 70, and the movable body 70 of the movable body 70 is interposed via the movable member 100 rather than the state which does not light LED76a in a covering state. The front design is easy to see. Here, in the movable member 100 that is exposed at the movable position of the movable body 70, the outer edge portion is located outside the movable body 70 and overlaps the front side of the display portion 18a, and the outer edge portion is displayed on the display portion 18a. Is emitted.
  The left movable member 100 is rotationally displaced from the covered state toward the left diagonally downward (counterclockwise) around the right support disk 92 and is exposed, and from the exposed state to the right support disk 92. The center of gravity of the movable member 100 is set such that the movable member 100 is rotated and displaced toward the upper right (clockwise) to be in the covered state and biased from the covered state to the exposed state. The movable member 100 on the right side is in an exposed state by being rotated and displaced toward the lower right (clockwise) around the left support disc 92 from the covered state, and is left obliquely about the left support disc 92 from the exposed state. The center of gravity of the movable member 100 is set so that the movable member 100 is rotated and displaced upward (counterclockwise) to be in the covered state and biased from the covered state to the exposed state. That is, the movable member 100 has its own weight acting in a direction in which the movable member 100 is rotationally displaced from the covering state to the exposed state, and the engaging portion 106 is restricted from rotating by the guide means 102 and 104. Attitude is defined.
  As shown in FIG. 8A, in the movable effect device 60, when the movable body 70 is at the standby position, the drive motor 82 of the drive means 80 is on the displacement path to the exposed state of the left movable member 100. It is installed in the center of the left side part of the base member 62 so that it may be located in. The drive motor 82 that protrudes forward from the front surface of the base member 62 is disposed close to the left side of the left movable member 100 in the covered state at the standby position of the movable body 72, and the left movable member at the standby position of the movable body 70. The displacement of the movable member 100 to the exposed state is also regulated by the contact between the motor 100 and the drive motor 82. Here, since the left and right movable members 100, 100 are configured to be interlocked by the interlocking tooth portion 92 a of the support disk 92, the position of the left movable member 100 is restricted by the drive motor 82 at the standby position of the movable body 70. Thus, the displacement of the right movable member 100 to the exposed state can be restricted. Further, in the movable effect device 60, the drive motor 82 is removed from the displacement path from the covering state to the exposed state of the movable member 100 at the position of the movable body 70 where the engaging portion 106 is disposed in the second guide portion 104. It is configured. The movable member 100 on the left side has a height at which the movable body 70 moves upward from the standby position toward the movable position and the engaging portion 106 is positioned at the upper end of the first guide portion 102, and is higher than the drive motor 82. Are arranged (see FIG. 8B). When the engaging portion 106 is guided by the second guide portion 104 and the left movable member 100 is rotationally displaced from the covered state to the exposed state, it is further separated from the drive motor 82 upward.
(About the auxiliary engagement portion 108)
As shown in FIG. 13, the movable effect device 60 includes a movable engaging member 100, a movable engagement member 108, a movable engagement member 108, which is spaced apart from a support disk 92 serving as a support portion for the movable body 70 in the support member 90. An auxiliary guide portion 110 is provided on the body 70 and guides the auxiliary engagement portion 108 so that the movable member 100 is displaced along a predetermined displacement path between the covered state and the exposed state. The auxiliary engagement portion 108 is provided on an auxiliary piece 94 a that extends inward from the other end portion of the support arm 94 that supports the outer edge portion of the movable member 100 from the rear side in the support portion 90. The auxiliary engagement portion 108 extends rearward from the auxiliary piece 94a and is inserted into the auxiliary guide portion 110 that opens in the front-rear direction, and the opening edge of the auxiliary guide portion 110 is fitted into the engagement shaft 108a. And a pair of washers 108b sandwiching the front and rear, and the washers 108b are secured by screws 108c that are screwed onto the engagement shafts 108a. The auxiliary guide part 110 is formed in an arc shape centering on the rotation axis of the support disk 92 from both sides of the movable body rear plate part 72 in the movable body 70 to the lower part in the vertical direction of the movable body rear plate part 72. It is formed to extend. Here, the auxiliary guide part 110 is formed to extend in accordance with the displacement of the movable member 100 between the covered state and the exposed state accompanying the displacement of the engaging part 106 guided by the second guide part 104. . That is, the left auxiliary guide portion 110 is formed in an arc shape from the middle portion of the movable body rear plate portion 72 to the left obliquely downward in accordance with the left movable member 100 that is rotated and displaced obliquely downward to the left from the covering state to the exposed state. The right auxiliary guide part 110 extends from the middle part of the movable body rear plate part 72 diagonally downward to the right in accordance with the right movable member 100 that extends and is displaced obliquely downward to the right from the covering state to the exposed state. It extends in an arc.
(Regarding the original position detecting means 114)
As shown in FIG. 13, the original position for detecting the detection piece 112 extending rightward from the right edge of the movable body rear plate portion 72 of the movable body 70 is located in the vertical center of the right side portion of the base member 62. Detection means 114 is provided. The original position detection means 114 of the embodiment is a photosensor having a light emitting portion and a light receiving portion that are opposed to each other in the front-rear direction, and the detection piece 112 is positioned between the light emitting portion and the light receiving portion at the standby position of the movable body 70. By operating the movable body 70 from the standby position toward the movable position, the detection piece 112 is removed from between the light emitting unit and the light receiving unit.
(Operation of Example)
In the movable effect device 60, when the movable body 70 is in the standby position, each engaging portion 106 is positioned at the lower end of the corresponding first guide portion 102, and the upper end of the support disk 92 is supported by the first guide portion 102. The support portion 90 holds the movable member 100 in a covered state by the engaging portion 106 positioned at the position. Thus, both the movable members 100, 100 are in the covering state at the standby position of the movable body 70 (FIG. 8A), and both the movable members 100, 100 covering the front surface of the movable body 70 and the movable body 70 are installed. It is accommodated and hidden between the back plate 19a of the member 19 and the decorative member 56 and the ball passage defining member 58 disposed on the front side of the installation member 19 (see FIG. 3). Here, since both the movable members 100, 100 are in a covering state close to each other when the movable body 70 is accommodated between the back plate 19a, the decorative member 56, and the ball passage defining member 58. The width dimension in the left-right direction is compact.
  When the movable effector 60 moves the movable body 70 upward from the standby position toward the movable position, both the engaging portions 106 and 106, the two support portions 90 and 90, and the two movable members 100 and 100 are moved together with the movable body 70. The movable member 100 is held in a covered state while moving upward and the engaging portion 106 is positioned on the first guide portion 102. That is, the movable body 70 gradually appears from the lower side of the window 40a to the front side of the display unit 18a in a state where the front side is covered by the two movable members 100, 100 in the covering state (see FIGS. 8B and 4). When the movable body 70 moves further upward from the standby position toward the movable position, the engaging portion 106 is positioned from the first guide portion 102 to the second guide portion 104 and extends so as to intersect the moving direction of the movable body 70. The engaging portion 106 is rotationally displaced by being guided by the existing second guide portion 104, whereby the support disk 92 rotates and the support arm 94 swings, so that the movable member 100 is moved from the covered state to the exposed state. Is rotated and displaced. When the movable body 70 reaches the movable position, the engaging portion 106 reaches the upper end of the second guide portion 104, and both the movable members 100 and 100 are exposed and shifted from the front side of the movable body 70 to the left and right outer sides. The front surface of the movable body 70 is exposed (see FIG. 8C and FIG. 6).
  Here, the support portion 90 is connected to the support disk 92 rotated by the engaging portion 106 displaced to the second guide portion 104 and is movable at the other end portion of the support arm 94 spaced from the one end portion. Since the member 100 is supported, even if the displacement amount of the engaging portion 106 is small, the displacement amount is amplified by the support arm 94 and the movable member 100 is operated with a displacement amount larger than the displacement amount of the engaging portion 106. be able to. That is, in the movable body 70, both movable members 100, 100 can be released from the covered state to the exposed state in a narrow movement range on the movable position side between the standby position and the movable position. As a result, both the movable members 100, 100 in the covering state covering the front side of the movable body 70 located on the front side of the display unit 18a are quickly displaced to the exposed state, and the movable body 70 is positioned between the two movable members 100, 100. It is possible to produce effects that appear suddenly. In other words, until the movable body 70 reaches the movable position, the movable body 70 can be hidden by the both movable members 100, 100, and the movable body 70 is easy to see from the front side sufficiently extending to the front side of the display portion 18a. Since both the movable members 100 and 100 are opened near the movable position and the front surface of the movable body 70 is exposed, it is possible to attract the player's attention.
  A support disk 92 of a support portion 90 that supports the movable member 100 that covers the left side region of the movable body 70 is disposed to be biased to the right side of the base member, and the left side of the left movable member 100 at the other end of the support arm 94. Since the edge is supported, the support arm 94 can be set longer, and the displacement of the movable member 100 with respect to the displacement of the engaging portion 106 can be further increased. The support disk 92 of the support portion 90 that supports the movable member 100 that covers the right side region of the movable body 70 is biased to the left side of the base member, and the right edge of the right movable member 100 at the other end of the support arm 94. , The support arm 94 can be set longer, and the displacement of the movable member 100 relative to the displacement of the engaging portion 106 can be further increased.
  When the movable effect device 60 moves the movable body 70 downward from the movable position toward the standby position, the engaging portion 106 is rotationally displaced by being guided by the second guide portion 104, whereby the support disk 92 is rotated. As the support arm 94 swings, the movable member 100 is rotationally displaced from the exposed state to the covered state. When the movable body 70 is moved further downward from the movable position toward the standby position and the engaging portion 106 is positioned on the first guide portion 102, the movable member 100 is maintained in the covered state, and the movable body 70 is lowered in this state. And stop at the standby position. In the movable effect device 60, the displacement between the covered state and the exposed state of the movable member 100 is performed in a state where the movable member 100 can be visually recognized from the front side in the vertical movement range of the movable body 70. The movable member 100 can be stably operated because the auxiliary engagement portion 108 is guided by the auxiliary guide portion 110 when the movable member 100 is displaced between the covered state and the exposed state.
  According to the movable effect device 60, the movable member 70 is reciprocated in the reciprocating direction by the driving means 80, whereby the movable members 100, 100 are reciprocated in the reciprocating direction in accordance with the movement of the movable body 70. In addition, the movable member 100 can be displaced between the covered state and the exposed state with a simple configuration by the engaging portion 106 that is guided and displaced by the guide portions 102 and 104 as the movable body 70 moves. . Further, when the movable body 70 moves from the standby position to the movable position, the movable member 100 is kept in a covering state that covers the front side of the movable body 70 by the engagement portion 106 being guided by the first guide portion 102. Since the engaging portion 106 is guided by the second guide portion 104 and is displaced in the reciprocating direction without being moved, the covering member is displaced from the covering state to an exposed state in which the front surface of the movable body 70 is exposed. The appearance of the movable body 70 can be greatly changed with the displacement to the exposed state. Further, even when the engaging portion 106 is guided by the second guide portion 104 and the movable member 100 is displaced between the covered state and the exposed state, the movable body 70 and the movable member 100 as a whole move in the vertical direction. ing. As described above, a variety of motion effects can be performed by the movable body 70 and the movable member 100.
  Since the drive motor 82 of the drive means 80 is installed on the base member 62 so as to be positioned on the displacement path to the exposed state of the movable member 100 at the standby position of the movable body 70, at the standby position of the movable body 70. The displacement of the movable member 100 that is about to be displaced by its own weight from the covering state to the exposed state can be regulated by contact with the drive motor 82. When the movable body 70 is moved from the standby position to the movable position and the engaging portion 106 is positioned at the second guide portion 104 and the movable member 100 is displaced from the covered state to the exposed state, Since the drive motor 82 is removed from the displacement path, the movable member 100 can be opened in an exposed state without being obstructed by the drive motor 82. That is, the movable member 100 is covered by the contact with the drive motor 82 even if a gap in the left-right direction is wide between the first guide portion 102 and the engaging portion 106 positioned in the first guide portion 102. The sliding load when the engaging part 106 moves the first guide part 102 can be reduced, and the movable body 70 can be moved smoothly.
  The movable effect device 60 emits light from the LED 76a of the light emitting substrate 76, so that the movable member 100 emits light when the movable member 100 is in the covering state, and emits light when the movable member 100 is in the exposed state. The movable body 70 thus made becomes visible. Moreover, the movable member 100 overlaps the front side of the display unit 18a in the exposed state, and the overlapping part can emit light by the display of the display unit 18a. In other words, as described above, the light emission mode can be greatly changed by the displacement of the movable member 100 accompanying the movement of the movable body 70, and the effect of the effect is improved in combination with the operation effects rich in changes by the movable body 70 and the movable member 100. be able to.
(Change example)
It should be noted that the configuration of the gaming machine according to the present invention is not limited to that shown in the above-described embodiments, and various modifications are possible. For example, the following can be adopted.
(1) The transmission part of the driving means can change the number and arrangement of gears as appropriate, and is not limited to gears, and links and other mechanisms can be adopted.
(2) The guide portion is not limited to the groove shape, and an opening shape or other shapes can be adopted as long as the guide portion can be guided.
(3) The displacement of the movable member is not limited to rotational displacement, and may be other operations such as sliding displacement in a direction intersecting the reciprocating direction of the movable body.
(4) The light emitter is not limited to an LED, and may be a light bulb or the like.
(5) The light emitting means of the movable body can be omitted.
(6) The game board may be made of wood such as a plywood board, or may be made of a transparent or opaque synthetic resin.
(7) 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.
(8) Instead of the position restricting structure of the movable body 70 by the restriction rack portion 75 and the restriction gear 68 of the embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 16 to 17, the movable body 70 is formed on the side edge along the reciprocating direction. A position restricting structure of the movable body 70 is adopted, which includes a flange portion 120 and a restricting portion 122 that is rotatably arranged on the base member 62 and overlaps the front side of the flange portion 120 and restricts the forward displacement of the flange portion 120. May be. In addition, the same code | symbol as an Example is attached | subjected to the structure similar to an Example, and description is abbreviate | omitted. The restricting portion 122 is a disk-like member disposed on the upper right side of the base member 62 on the opposite side across the operating gear 88 and the guide means 102 and 104 so as to be freely rotatable around the front and rear axes (FIG. 16). (See (a)), which overlaps the front side of the flange 120. The flange portion 120 is disposed to face the rear surface of the movable body rear plate portion of the movable body 70 so as to extend in the vertical direction, and is provided on the right side portion of the movable body 70 opposite to the operation rack portion 74. (See FIG. 16B). In other words, the forward displacement of the flange portion 120 by the restricting portion 122 is restricted, and thereby the back and forth of the movable body 70 can be prevented. A protruding piece 121 that protrudes forward is formed on the outer edge of the flange portion 120, and the protruding piece 121 is more movable than the portion where the restricting portion 122 overlaps when the movable body 70 is in the movable position. The protrusion dimension of the portion that overlaps the restricting portion 122 when is at the standby position is set large (see FIG. 17). That is, when the movable body 70 is in the standby position, the back and forth of the movable body 70 can be more appropriately prevented by the contact between the restricting portion 122 and the protruding piece 121 of the flange portion 120. That is, damage to the movable effect device 60 can be avoided also by vibration during transportation.
That is, the modified example described in (8) includes the following technical idea.
(Appendix 1)
The flange (120) is formed with a protruding piece (121) protruding forward,
When the movable body (70) is in the first position, the projecting piece (121) is closer to the restriction portion (122) than the portion where the restriction portion overlaps when the movable body (70) is in the second position. A gaming machine in which the projecting dimensions of overlapping parts are set large.
According to Supplementary Note 1, when the movable body is in the first position, the back and forth of the movable body can be more appropriately prevented by contact between the restricting portion and the protruding piece of the flange portion.
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 18 Symbol display apparatus 18a Display part 20 Game board 20a Game area 40a Window 60 Movable production device 62 Base member 70 Movable body 76 Light emission board | substrate (light emission means)
80 Drive means 82 Drive motor 90 Support section 100 Movable member 102 First guide section 104 Second guide section 106 Engagement section

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  1. In a gaming machine equipped with a movable production device that produces production by movement,
    The movable effect device is:
    A movable body that is disposed on the front side of the base member so as to be reciprocally movable between the first position and the second position, and is visible from the front side at least in the second position;
    A driving means disposed on the base member for reciprocating the movable body;
    It is supported by a support portion that is displaceably disposed on the movable body, and is displaced between a covering state that covers the front side of the movable body and an exposed state that exposes the front surface of the movable body in accordance with the displacement of the support portion. A movable member that reciprocates as the movable body reciprocates;
    A first guide provided on the base member and extending in a reciprocating direction of the movable body;
    A second guide portion provided on the base member and extending from an end of the first guide portion on the second position side in the reciprocating direction so as to intersect the reciprocating direction;
    A member provided on the support portion, guided by the first and second guide portions as the movable body reciprocates, and defining a state of the movable member by contact with the first and second guide portions. With joints,
    The movable member is held in a covered state by the engagement portion located in the first guide portion,
    The rotation from the first position of the movable member downward more toward the exposure state the movable member from the coated state to the engagement portion that is displaced while being guided by the accordance with the movement second guide portion toward the second position The movable member is moved to the exposed state at the second position of the movable body, and the movable member is guided by the second guide portion and displaced as the movable body moves from the second position to the first position. It is configured to rotate and displace upward from the exposed state to the covered state ,
    A drive motor of the drive means is installed on the base member so as to be positioned on a displacement path to the exposed state of the movable member at the first position of the movable body, and the movable member is located at the first position of the movable body. The displacement of the movable member to the exposed state is regulated by the contact between the movable member and the drive motor, and the engagement portion is exposed from the covering state of the movable member at the position of the movable body arranged in the second guide portion. A gaming machine characterized in that the drive motor is configured to be disengaged from the displacement path to .
  2. A game board in which a game area in which a game ball can flow down is provided on the front surface, and a display is arranged on the rear side of the game board and can be viewed from the front side through the window of the game board. Rutotomoni a symbol display device, the gaming machine having a movable effect device which performs a demonstration by operation,
    The movable effect device is:
    It is arranged to reciprocate between a first position and a second position on the front side of the base member, together with the overlap on the front side of the display unit in a second position, towards the second position to the outside of the display unit Ri Do the first position by moving the movable body becomes visible from the front side at least a second position,
    A driving means disposed on the base member for reciprocating the movable body;
    It is supported by a support portion that is displaceably disposed on the movable body, and is displaced between a covering state that covers the front side of the movable body and an exposed state that exposes the front surface of the movable body in accordance with the displacement of the support portion. A movable member that reciprocates as the movable body reciprocates;
    A decorative part that is provided on the movable member and overlaps the front side of the movable body in a covered state and is positioned outside the movable body in an exposed state and overlaps the front side of the display unit ;
    A first guide provided on the base member and extending in a reciprocating direction of the movable body;
    A second guide portion provided on the base member and extending from an end of the first guide portion on the second position side in the reciprocating direction so as to intersect the reciprocating direction;
    A member provided on the support portion, guided by the first and second guide portions as the movable body reciprocates, and defining a state of the movable member by contact with the first and second guide portions. With joints,
    The movable member is held in a covered state by the engagement portion located in the first guide portion,
    As the movable body moves from the first position to the second position, the movable member is displaced from the covering state to the exposed state by the engaging portion that is guided and displaced by the second guide portion. The body is exposed at the second position of the body, and the movable member is covered from the exposed state by the engaging portion which is guided and displaced by the second guide portion as the movable body moves from the second position to the first position. Configured to displace toward
    The decorative portion is disposed on the movable body and emits light when the movable member is in a covering state by a light emitting means capable of emitting the light emitting portion on the front surface of the movable body, and the movable member is in an exposed state. When light is emitted by the display on the display unit
    A gaming machine characterized by that .
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