ScoreGasm Master

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Overview


ScoreGasm Master is the first new production pin game in 78 years!

Release information:

ScoreGasm Master was revealed to the public for the first time at the  Midwest Gaming Classic (MGC)  on April 11th, 2015.  We did not only have a finished game for everyone to see and play, but NIB SGM’s for sale as well.

The cost of a NIB ScoreGasm Master is $1995.

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Music

TypeFile Name
Hendrickson Music ScoreGasm Master Theme 3
MP3
Matt Mickelsen Scoregasm Master Theme 1
MP3
Scott Danesi Get Ready To Wake Up
MP3
Scott Danesi Manufacture
MP3
Scott Danesi Symphony 95
MP3
Terry DeZwarte and Scott Danesi ScoreGasm Master Theme 2
MP3

Software


With ScoreGasm Master, we vowed to to make this machine as open source as possible. Below you will find the software restoration application (Windows computers only) and instructions on how to put your own songs into your ScoreGasm Master.

TypeFile NameDate ModifiedSize

zip
SGM Factory Restore V1 0 2 9:53 pm 07/01/2015261.4M

ScoreGasm Master uses a board called the “Wav Trigger”.  This board was developed by Jamie Robertson (www.robertsonics.com).  To add new songs to your ScoreGasm Master, follow the steps below.

1.  Convert your Song you wish to add to a .wav format with the following parameters.
— 16 bit
— 44.1kHz
— Stereo

2.  On your ScoreGasm SD card the files are all listed with a number prefixed to the file name followed by an underscore and then a file name.  Example (001_SomeCoolSongName.wav).  This number indicates the playing order of the tracks.

3.  Prefix the name of your file with a number less than 099 and copy it to the SD card.  This number should be unique to the numbers that already exist on the card.  For instance, if you have a track named 001_Song1.wav, you should prefix your new track with the number 002_.  The number also must be 3 digits long like the examples above, so make sure it starts with a 0.

4.  Put the card back in the machine and restart it.

3D Parts


Being an open source project, we will be posting the most current STL files below for those of you that would like to 3D print your own replacement/upgraded parts.

TypeFile NameDate ModifiedSize

STL
Ball Guide Arm 3:48 pm 07/02/2015537.4k

STL
Ball Key Stopper 3:48 pm 07/02/2015310.4k

STL
Ball Lever REV B 4:05 pm 07/02/201538.2k

STL
Ball Lift Shooter Cap 4:05 pm 07/02/2015124.4k

STL
Board Spacer 4:05 pm 07/02/201590.6k

STL
Contact Box Trough REV G 4:05 pm 07/02/2015315.5k

STL
Harness Clip 4:05 pm 07/02/2015162.4k

STL
Lever Bracket REV C 4:05 pm 07/02/201550.7k

STL
Playfield Guard Left REV C 4:05 pm 07/02/2015336.2k

STL
Playfield Guard Right REV C 4:05 pm 07/02/2015330.6k

STL
Plunger Tip Tall REV B 4:05 pm 07/02/2015117.5k

STL
Power Board Spacer 4:05 pm 07/02/201593.9k

STL
Shooter Housing Shim 025 4:06 pm 07/02/20158.9k

STL
Shooter Housing Shim 05 4:05 pm 07/02/20158.9k

STL
Shooter Housing Shim 075 4:06 pm 07/02/20158.9k

STL
Small Board Spacer 4:06 pm 07/02/201594.4k

STL
Tilt Mech Bottom REV D 4:06 pm 07/02/201586.8k

STL
Tilt Mech Insert REV B 4:06 pm 07/02/201585k

STL
Trough Insert REV B Large Hole Larger Screw 4:06 pm 07/02/201523.6k

STL
Under Playfield Ball Guide V6 4:06 pm 07/02/201528.6k

Documents

TypeFile NameDate ModifiedSize

pdf
Day One Pinball Manufacturing ScoreGasm Master Press Release 5:53 pm 07/02/2015266.8k

pdf
Day One Pinball ScoreGasm Manual V3 Web 6:53 pm 08/20/20151.7M

pdf
Day One Pinball ScoreGasm Master Flyer 5:53 pm 07/02/20155.2M