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  1. Thanks guys for the advice, thinking about what you said and leaving the playfield fixed like a normal Virtual pinball and maybe rotating the top part of the back panel 180 degree and putting the joysticks on the back (see attached Sketch)
  2. Im looking in to building a Virtual pinball machine and wanted to get the most out of the hardware and was thinking about making a 2 in 1 cabinet. Has anyone done this? I've done some sketches of what i was thinking.... just wondering if anyones has got any thoughts.
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