PinballX is a free digital pinball front end designed for digital pinball cabinets developed by the author of GameEx. It is compatible with HyperPin media and databases. Credit to Bill E for creating the first digital pinball front end publicy available HyperPin. PinballX would not have been possible without it or at the very least where it is now.
PinballX is currently a new project created at the end of May 2013 and is in active development.
Download PinballX here Current version 1.70.
For support, and to get involved please head over to the PinballX forum.
Video codecs are a requirement. Shark Codecs are the recommended solution and you can download a version known to be stable with the adware removed here.
To add your tables use the included game list manager.
PinballX will benefit from a multi core CPU and a quad core is recommended if using multiple displays.
PinballX includes high score features thanks to PINemHi by Dna Disturber.
I've installed pinballx on a couple machines now and using latest and greatest version on both. For some reason on one machine the program minimizes about 5 seconds after initial startup. Any ideas?
Overall I've had no problems setting up PinballX to work with Future Pinball and Visual Pinball, but I'm having a strange issue with PinballFX2.
When you choose a table, PinballFX2 loads, but PinballX quits - so when you finish playing and exit PinballFX2 you're back at the desktop again.
Has anybody else seen this sort of behaviour?
I've finally got Pinball X up and running the backglass is up but when I select a table no backglass
Any ideas what I didn't do?
Is there a way to manualy change the filename of artwork in from gamemanager?
I got 2 tables i cant get the artwork right it always takes artwork from other table.
Artwork and table have the same name, i don't get it how this comes.
Already tried to re-import the backglass backgrouds but it don't work.
I looked in the database xml file but the location and filename are not there.
Someone got a tip to fix this?
PinballX was developed by Spesoft and Headsoft