Star Trek™ Pinball Legends Mini Pack for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (April 17, 2024)

Star Trek™ Pinball tables Version 1.7

The Star Trek™ Pinball Legends Mini Pack is now available to purchase or redeem for your AtGames Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine! This Legends Mini pack includes Star Trek™ Pinball Deep Space Nine, Star Trek™ Pinball Discovery, and Star Trek™ Pinball The Kelvin Timeline tables. Boldly go and discover the fun of these tables available on the AtGames E-Store today.

*Star Trek™ Pinball Deep Space Nine, Star Trek™ Pinball Discovery, and Star Trek™ Pinball The Kelvin Timeline are pre-installed tables currently available on FX Legends 4K™ Star Trek™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (CEP) devices.

Star Trek™ Pinball Legends Mini Pack Includes These Tables:

  • Star Trek™ Pinball Deep Space Nine
  • Star Trek™ Pinball Discovery
  • Star Trek™ Pinball The Kelvin Timeline

Star Trek™ Pinball Legends Mini Pack is playable on all currently released Legends 4K™ machines and will be compatible with future AtGames Legends 4K devices.

Additional Note

For Star Trek™ Pinball Deep Space Nine, at the start of each ball, the player is prompted to “Choose A Faction” on the DMD. Using the flipper buttons, the user highlights either Klingon, Cardassian, or Romulan and then selects their Faction by pressing the Start button. After choosing a faction, the player can launch the ball via the Plunger or the Start button.

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.


Known Issues Being Worked On

  1. There is some noticeable flipper lag in Star Trek™ Pinball tables that is being worked on for a future update to improve.
  2. Slight flipper audio echo is heard from the backbox speakers.
  3. In some situations, players may experience minor ball stuttering during gameplay.

Attack From Mars™ Pinball Pre-Installed on FX Legends 4K™ Attack From Mars™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (April 8, 2024)

Attack from Mars™ Pinball Table Version 1.6

Those who purchased the FX Legends 4K™ Attack From Mars™ Collector’s Edition Pinball devices will begin receiving them at their homes shortly. These include the Attack from Mars™ table for your enjoyment when you power on and update your device to the latest v6.0.11 System Update.

*Attack from Mars™ is a pre-installed table only currently available on FX Legends 4K™ Attack From Mars™ CEP devices.

FX Legends 4K™ Attack From Mars™ Collector’s Edition Pinball Includes These Tables:

  • Attack From Mars™
  • Amazonia
  • Battle Deluxe
  • Cine Star Deluxe
  • Dinosaur Dynasty
  • Exoplanets
  • Farfalla Deluxe
  • House of Diamonds Deluxe
  • Pool Champion Deluxe
  • Red Show Deluxe
  • Robot Deluxe
  • Spooky Deluxe
  • Strike Deluxe
  • The Last Ice Age
  • Universe Deluxe

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

Known Issues Being Worked On

1. There is some noticeable flipper lag in Attack from Mars™ that is being worked on for a future update to improve.

2. Slight flipper audio echo is heard from the backbox speakers.

3. Physical Plunger functionality is currently in development and will be released in a future patch. Launching the ball can be utilized by pressing the START button.

Star Trek™ Pinball Pre-Installed on FX Legends 4K™ Star Trek™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (April 3, 2024)

Star Trek™ Pinball Tables Version 1.6

Those who purchased the FX Legends 4K™ Star Trek™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (CEP) will begin receiving them at their homes shortly. These include the Star Trek™ Pinball: Kelvin Timeline, Star Trek™ Pinball: Discovery, and Star Trek™ Pinball: Deep Space Nine tables for your enjoyment when you power on and update your device to the latest v6.0.11 System Update.

*Star Trek™ 3 (three) pinball tables are pre-installed tables currently only available on FX Legends 4K™ Star Trek™ CEP devices.

FX Legends 4K™ Star Trek™ Collector’s Edition Pinball Includes These Tables:

  • Star Trek™ Pinball: Kelvin Timeline
  • Star Trek™ Pinball: Discovery
  • Star Trek™ Pinball: Deep Space Nine
  • Amazonia
  • Battle Deluxe
  • Cine Star Deluxe
  • Dinosaur Dynasty
  • Exoplanets
  • Farfalla Deluxe
  • House of Diamonds Deluxe
  • Pool Champion Deluxe
  • Red Show Deluxe
  • Robot Deluxe
  • Spooky Deluxe
  • Strike Deluxe
  • The Last Ice Age
  • Universe Deluxe

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

Known Issues Being Worked On

1. There is some noticeable flipper lag in Star Trek™ Pinball tables that is being worked on for a future update to improve.

2. Slight flipper audio echo is heard from the backbox speakers.

Legends 4K™ Firmware 6.0.11 for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (March 26, 2024)

Highlights

A new System Update for all Legends Pinball 4KP devices is now available! The v6.0.11 update now includes SSF and Arcade Control Panel functionality in OTG for Legends Pinball 4K™ devices. Along with these changes the audio option for Attract Mode is now fully supported.

 

If you are on stock factory firmware version 5.9.2, or on v6.0.7, the download will be automated. If you are on v6.0.5, to apply the system update, the user will go to Settings → Device Update → System Update → Check Update From Online →  Update. 

 

Noted Fixes and Improvements

  • The Arcade Control Panel accessory now functions properly when connecting a PC using OTG.
  • OTG Mode now includes the option to map keyboard input to buttons alongside the original gamepad control scheme.
  • The Control Mode option in the HDMI Input Screen is no longer grayed out.
  • Attract Mode now supports playing audio in the Attract Mode playfield video.
  • Attract Mode left on for multiple hours no longer causes a crash.
  • Exiting from OTG mode does not cause a system shutdown/restart.
  • Fixed Offline Mode issue on Zen, Zaccaria and Gottlieb games.

 

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

 

Known Issues Being Worked On

  • Legends 4K™ games will post scores to the existing Legends HD leaderboards. Future updates will include options to filter/display scores in Legends HD or Legends 4K™.
  • Improvements for flipper lag in Zen pinball tables are still in progress.
  • Accelerometer cannot be adjusted or disabled.
  • The plunger sensitivity has a small dead zone and minimal lag affecting visual feedback. A fix is being worked on for future builds.
  • On rare occasions, CE-4K may crash to a black screen with a “Critical Error” pop-up. If this happens, you should restart your ALP 4KP machine.
  • Wireless Pairing does not scan automatically on some rare occasions. In this case, the Bluetooth devices will not be listed. Restart your ALP 4KP machine to fix this problem.
  • After playing a game from an FDX thumb drive, the FDX thumb drive can no longer be dismounted.
  • On rare occasions when you try to connect to a Wi-Fi network, CE-4K may crash.
  • Bluetooth headsets are currently not fully supported. While they will pair in the Wireless Pairing screen, audio will not be sent to them.
  • Arcade Play Link does not support portrait mode.
  • Pinball packs that have the same table(s) already pre-installed in the machine will not be displayed as duplicates when they are downloaded. CE-4K will only show the pre-installed same tables. This will be adjusted in a future release.

 

CE-4K Roadmap Through April 2024:

  • Legends 4K PinballNet™ Soft Launch is rescheduled for April 16, 2024, and will not be available on v6.0.11 firmware update day. The gift TAF theme is canceled due to licensing restrictions.
  • Updates under Legends CE-4K are predominantly modular, ensuring they are small and quick to implement.
  • Future updates beyond April include: (a) My Digital Locker (MDL) one-click redemption; (b) On-Machine purchase of Legends 4K™ table packs via AppStoreX™; (c) Legends Retroplayer 4K and General Loader application-building tools and sample codes for sideloading 3rd party apps; (d) Backend improvements.

 

The release notes are for reference only and subject to changes.

© AtGames 2024

Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (March 26, 2024)

Pinball Packs Live Date: March 26, 2024

Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs version 1.27

 

Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs are available to redeem or purchase for your AtGames Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine! All pre-order customers will receive Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack codes via My Digital Locker on their Legends Pinball 4K™ Machines as well as an email to redeem and download. Enjoy the Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs in their new and stunning appearance on your Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine today!

 

Highlights

  • The Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs include optimizations to enhance graphics, performance, sound, and haptic feedback on Legends 4K™ devices.
  • Those with the Surround Sound Feedback (SSF) Kit accessory installed on their Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines will be able to utilize this enhanced audio feature in all Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack titles.
  • Backglass adjustments (Stretch, Full, Best Fit) for Gottlieb 4K Pinball tables now have the same effect on the aspect ratio of a table’s DMD screen.

 

Available Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs:

  • Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1
    • Al’s Garage Band Goes on a World Tour™
    • Big Shot™
    • Black Hole™
    • Bone Busters Inc.™
    • Centigrade 37™
  • Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 2
    • Cue Ball Wizard™
    • Goin’ Nuts™
    • Jacks Open™
    • Lights… Camera… Action!™
    • TX Sector™
    • Victory™
  • Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 3
    • Cactus Jacks™
    • Central Park™
    • Class Of 1812™
    • El Dorado: City Of Gold™
    • Wipeout™
  • Gottlieb Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 4
    • Genie™
    • Gladiators™
    • Haunted House™
    • Pistol Poker™
    • Rescue 911™
    • Tee’d Off™

 

Additional Noted Improvements From The Original Legends HD Versions:

  1. All original Gottlieb aprons have been remastered.
  2. Corrected an issue where some tables would stop when Player 1 achieved a high score and not allow Players 2-4 to continue their games.
  3. The “Ready Aim Fire” coin animation on Pistol Poker’s backglass now works in cabinet mode.
  4. Fixed a graphical glitch on the right side of the playfield in Black Hole.
  5. Bone Busters Inc. now includes instructions in the table guide for controlling the flipper/gate in the top right for making skill shots.
  6. Bone Busters’ Inc. apron text that was cut off was resolved.
  7. Fixed Bone Busters Inc. camera distortion when viewing certain chapters on the Table Guide.
  8. Centigrade 37 graphical asset in the top left corner is no longer partially cropped off the screen.
  9. Fixed an issue where a Goin’ Nuts bumper hung off the screen.
  10. Resolved Goin’ Nuts Table Guide visual glitch when going through the pages.
  11. Rescue 911 “Flipper Shot” message that was partially cropped off the screen has been fixed.
  12. Tee’d Off black distortion covering most of the plunger has been corrected.

 

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

 

Known Issues Being Worked On

  1. The accelerometer cannot be disabled using either the in-game or system settings. This is currently a global issue within CE-4K for all titles.
  2. Master Volume in-game settings do not function on non-SSF enabled devices.
  3. Playfield Artwork Preview is showing an older HD version.
  4. Tables that support the entry of high score initials on the DMD or Backglass do not remember the initials of the previous player. In certain cases, these same tables will post scores using the previous player’s initials without prompting the current player for their initials.

 

© AtGames 2024

Release Notes: Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (March 26, 2024)

Pinball Pack Live Date: March 26, 2024

Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 version 1.24

 

Highlights

Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 is now available to redeem or purchase for your AtGames Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine! All pre-order customers will receive Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 codes via My Digital Locker on their Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines, as well as an email to redeem and download. Explore and discover the Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 on your Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine today!

 

Included Tables In Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1:

  • Amazonia
  • Dinosaur Dynasty
  • Exoplanets
  • The Last Ice Age

 

Note: Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 tables come pre-installed on the following currently released Legends 4K™ machines: 

  • Legends Pinball 4KP- The Addams Family™ Standard Edition (SE)
  • FX Legends 4K™- Peanuts Collector’s Edition Pinball (CEP)
  • Legends PInball 4KP- Dinosaur Dynasty Standard Edition (SE)
  • FX Legends 4K™- Star Trek™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (CEP)
  • FX Legends 4K™- Attack from Mars™ Collector’s Edition Pinball (CEP)

*Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 is playable on all currently released Legends 4KP machines and will be compatible with future ALP 4KP and ALU 4KP machines.

 

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

 

© AtGames 2024

Release Notes: Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ Legends Single Premium Pack for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (March 26, 2024)

Pinball Pack Live Date: March 26, 2024

Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ Pinball Pack version 1.8

 

Highlights

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky! Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ Legends Single Premium Pinball Pack is now available to redeem or purchase for your AtGames Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine! All pre-order customers will receive Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ codes via My Digital Locker on their Legends Pinball 4K™ Pinball Machines as well as an email to redeem and download. Join in on the classic, best selling pinball adventure of all time Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ on your Legends 4K™ Pinball Machine today!

 

Miscellaneous 

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes can be found here.

 

Known Issues Being Worked On

  1. There is some noticeable flipper lag in Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ that is being worked on for a future update to improve.

 

Note: Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ Single Premium Pack table comes pre-installed in the following currently released Legends 4K machine: 

  • Legends Pinball 4KP- The Addams Family™ Standard Edition (SE)

Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ Single Premium Pack table is playable on all currently released Legends 4KP machines and will be compatible with future ALP 4KP and ALU 4KP machines.

 

© AtGames 2024

“The Addams Family™” is a trademark of Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. ©2022-2024 Tee and Charles Addams Foundation.

Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (February 23, 2024)

Highlights

Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs for Peanuts’ Snoopy Pinball, Zaccaria, TAITO®, and Dr Seuss™ are all now available to redeem or purchase for your AtGames Legends 4K™ devices! All pre-order customers will receive Legends 4K™ Game Pack codes via email to redeem and download on their Legends Pinball 4KP devices.

These Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs include optimizations to enhance graphics, performance, sound, and haptic feedback on Legends 4K™ devices. Those with the Surround Sound Feedback (SSF) Kit accessory installed on their Legends Pinball 4KP will be able to utilize this enhanced audio feature in all Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack titles.

Available Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs:

  • Dr. Seuss™ Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 [v1.52]
  • Dr. Seuss™ Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 2 [v1.59]
  • Peanuts’ Snoopy Pinball [v1.6]
  • TAITO® Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 [v1.22]
  • TAITO® Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 2 [v1.22]
  • TAITO® Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 3 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 2 [v1.134]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 3 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 4 [v1.25]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 5 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 6 [v1.23]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 7 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 8 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 9 [v1.22]
  • Zaccaria Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 10 [v1.22]

Additional Notes:

*For those customers who preordered Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ and Natural History Legends 4K™ Pinball Pack 1, these codes will be sent at the end of March.

*The release of our Legends 4K™ Gottlieb pinball packs is on hold in order to allow us another few weeks to polish the tables. We are working on limited known issues and will have great use of the additional time. We are truly sorry for the last minute notice to you as we responded to our early access focus group’s recommendation. We know you’ve been looking forward to their release today. We will provide separate additional information about Gottlieb so please stay tuned.
For those who perordered Legends 4K™ Gottlieb pinball packs, expect a $5 E-Store coupon per Gottlieb pack to arrive in your inbox soon, as a token of our appreciation for your patience and understanding.

 

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • Legends 4K™ Pinball Packs can be found here.
  • The latest release notes are always found here.

Known Issues Being Worked On

1.All tables

a.When installing pinball packs from AppStoreX™, it may sometimes take up to 15 seconds before the download fully begins.

b.On rare occasions, pinball tables may crash to a black screen with a “Critical Error” pop-up. If this happens, you should restart your ALP-4KP machine.

c.For some users, Personal High Scores are not showing up in the table’s Ranking screen.

d.Some users may experience a dead zone when operating the plunger.

e.DMD images or text may extend slightly outside of the DMD cutout in the backbox when viewed at certain angles.

2.Magic Pixel (Zaccaria, Taito, Dr. Seuss, & Natural History)

a.Some users with SSF Kit installed have reported hearing random static from the speakers and/or subwoofer during gameplay.

b.In some tables, the pinball casts an abnormal shadow on the plunger.

3.Zen Studios

a.AtGames’ internal tests show that flipper lag in both The Addams Family and Peanuts’ Snoopy Pinball is approximately 80ms*. While this is a significant improvement from our preview at The Chicago Pinball Expo, we acknowledge this is not the community’s expectation and are working hard with Zen Studios on improvements.

*To document flipper lag, we analyze slow-motion recordings of 10 consecutive flipper presses, per table, in video editing software. These videos are recorded at ~240 Frames Per Second (FPS) to maximize accuracy. We then count the frames between the press of the flipper button and the first movement of the flipper on the playfield. With this number, we can calculate the estimated flipper lag by dividing by the FPS of the slow-motion recording and multiplying by 1,000.

 

© AtGames 2024

TM & © 2024 Dr. Seuss

© 2021-2024 Peanuts Worldwide LLC.

“The Addams Family™” is a trademark of Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. ©2022-2024 Tee and Charles Addams Foundation.

Game Code ©2021-2024 Zen Studios Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

 

Legends 4K Firmware Day 25 Update 6.0.7 for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (ALP 4KP)

Firmware Live Date: February 20, 2024

1. The user will initiate the Day 25 Update on February 20th or after once the Legends 4KP machine is connected to the internet.
To apply the system update, the user will go to Setting → Device Update → System Update → Check Update from Online. Subsequent updates will be automated when CE-4K is connected to the internet. Users will not need to initiate the subsequent updates, they only need to acknowledge the start of the update in the same fashion as the Day 1 update that was available on January 26, 2024.

For those machines received after February 20, 2024: When the machine is connected to the internet, the machine will begin to update the CE-4K operating system with this latest version of the software. It will automatically replace their factory stock firmware version 5.9.2.

2. Included in this update are:
a. The micro-stutter issue that occurred in several built-in Magic Pixel tables is fixed and the ASX game packs are also updated.
b. Releasing the plunger with a large amount of force, could result in physical front nudge activating resolved.
c. SSF over OTG plays sounds out of the opposite speakers during the Speaker Setup Test in Windows resolved.
d. Multiple Magic Pixel tables had an audio glitch that was only heard on SSF machines has now been fixed.
e. On SSF machines, when selecting buttons in the UI, after the normal sound was heard, there was an audible click/snap/distortion heard. This has been corrected.
f. Pinball tables occasionally crashed out to CE-4K when the ball was draining. This has now been fixed.
g. Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ nudge functionality implemented on the D-pad, minor occasional FPS drops resolved, initial “Last Score” set to 0, and unused page numbering removed.

3. Known Issues Being Worked On:

a. Legends 4K™ games will post scores to the existing Legends HD leaderboards. Future updates will include options to filter/display scores in Legends HD or Legends 4K™.
b. The Arcade Control Panel accessory does not function properly when connecting a PC using OTG or in select AddOnX games.
c. Improvements for The Addams Family flipper lag are still in progress.
d. Attract Mode does not allow for audio and this option is grayed out.
e. Accelerometer can not be adjusted properly or disabled.
f. Gottlieb tables do not have DMD preview images when browsing tables.
g. On rare occasions, CE-4K may crash to a black screen with a “Critical Error” pop-up. If this happens, you should restart your ALP-4KP machine.
h. SSF Kit support for OTG is still an Open Beta. We will provide a free update to this functionality on March 29, 2024. Please note, as OTG performance can vary, experiences may differ.
i. When installing pinball packs from AppStoreX, it may sometimes take up to 15 seconds before the download fully begins.
j. On the HDMI Input screen for OTG, the “Control Mode” option is grayed out and is currently not selectable.
k. Wireless Pairing does not scan automatically on some rare occasions. In this case, the Bluetooth devices will not be listed. Restart your ALP-4KP machine to fix this problem.
l. After playing a game from an FDX thumb drive, the FDX thumb drive can no longer be dismounted.
m. On rare occasions when you try to connect to a Wi-Fi network, CE-4K may crash.

4. CE-4K Roadmap for February through April 2024:
a. AtGames’ Legends 4K pinball packs, including Dr. Seuss, TAITO®, and Zaccaria, will be ready for redemption and installation via AppStoreX (ASX) on February 23, 2024. Natural History tables are all included as part of the Legends Pinball 4KP built-in tables, and are not listed in ASX.
b. Zen Studios Legends 4K™ pinball packs, Peanuts’ Snoopy Pinball and Williams Pinball The Addams Family™ will be available for redemption and installation via ASX post-purchase on February 23, 2024. Additional table packs will be announced and released starting in March 2024.
c. Gottlieb Legends 4K™ pinball packs are expected to publish around on February 23, 2024, with announcements to follow.
d. All published Legends 4K™ pinball tables will support the Surround Sound Feedback (SSF) Kit and automatically detect its presence, whether preinstalled at the factory or added by the user post-delivery. No further action is required for SSF Kit compatibility.
e. Legends 4K™ PinballNet Soft Launch is scheduled for March 29, 2024, and will not be available on Day 25. To compensate for this delay, we are offering a month of free play starting March 29, with your pre-paid two-month subscription beginning on April 29, 2024. Any additional purchased subscriptions will commence after the pre-paid period. Additionally, we will gift an AtGames prepaid themed The Addams Family™ update on March 29, 2024, enhancing the navigation experience.
f. Updates under Legends CE-4K are predominantly modular, ensuring they are small and quick to implement.
g. Future updates beyond April include: (a) My Digital Locker (MDL) one-click redemption; (b) On-Machine purchase of Legends 4K table packs via ASX; (c) Legends Retroplayer 4K and General Loader application-building tools and sample codes for sideloading 3rd party apps; (d) Backend improvements.

 

© AtGames 2024
© 2021-2024 Peanuts Worldwide LLC. Game code © 2021-2024 Zen Studios Ltd. All rights reserved.
“The Addams Family ” is a trademark of Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. ©2022-2024 Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. Game Code ©2021-2024 Zen Studios Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Legends 4K™ Firmware Day One Update 6.0.5 for Legends 4K™ Pinball Machines (ALP 4KP)

Firmware Live Date: January 26, 2024

Notes Version 1.0 first published on January 19, 2024

1. The Day One Update on January 26, 2024, is necessary as it includes Williams Pinball’s The Addams Family™ optimized release and other crucial software for proper machine operation. It will automatically replace the factory stock firmware version 5.9.2.

2. CE-4K Roadmap for January through April 2024:

a) AtGames’ Legends 4K™ pinball packs, including Zaccaria, Taito, and Dr. Seuss, are ready for redemption and installation via AppStoreX™ (APX). Natural History tables are all included as part of the Legends Pinball 4KP built-in tables, and are not listed in APX.

b) Zen Studios Legends 4K™ pinball pack, Peanuts’ Snoopy Pinball, is available for redemption and installation via APX post-purchase. Additional table packs will be announced and released starting in February 2024.

c) Gottlieb Legends 4K™ pinball packs are expected to publish around NOD 2024 (February 14, 2024), with announcements to follow.

d) All published Legends 4K™ pinball tables will support the Surround Sound Feedback (SSF) Kit and automatically detect its presence, whether preinstalled at the factory or added by the user post-delivery. No further action is required for SSF Kit compatibility.

e) Legends 4K PinballNet™ Soft Launch is scheduled for March 29, 2024, and will not be available on Day One. To compensate for this delay, we are offering a month of free play starting March 29, with your pre-paid two-month subscription beginning on April 29, 2024. Any additional purchased subscriptions will commence after the pre-paid period. Additionally, we will gift an AtGames prepaid themed The Addams Family™ update on March 29, 2024, enhancing the navigation experience.

f) SSF Kit support for OTG is included in the Day One Update as an Open Beta. We will provide a free update to this functionality on March 29, 2024. Please note, as OTG performance can vary, experiences may differ.

g) Updates under Legends CE-4K are predominantly modular, ensuring they are small and quick to implement.

h) Future updates beyond April include: (a) My Digital Locker (MDL) one-click redemption; (b) on-machine purchase of Legends 4K™ table packs via APX; (c) Legends Retroplayer 4K and General Loader application-building tools and sample codes for sideloading 3rd party apps; (d) backend improvements.

3. Known Issues:

a) As of January 19, 2024, the Legends 4K™ pinball packs’ code redemption functionality is not operating correctly, affecting sections 2a and 2b. We are working to resolve this issue swiftly. If unresolved by January 26, 2024 (Day One), a patch will be released shortly after.

b) Legends 4K™ Leaderboards: Currently, Legends 4K™ games will post scores to the existing Legends HD leaderboards. Future updates will include options to filter/display scores in Legends HD or Legends 4K™.

© AtGames 2024. “The Addams Family™” is a trademark of Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. ©2022-2024 Tee and Charles Addams Foundation. Game Code ©2021-2024 Zen Studios Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Gottlieb Pinball Tables Update for Legends Pinball HD (ALP HD) (October 31, 2023)

Highlights

In this release, the new app “Gottlieb Pinball HD Update” in the AppStoreX on your Legends Pinball HD (ALP HD) machine contains the latest improvements and fixes to all 22 built-in Gottlieb HD pinball tables. After downloading and installing this Game Pack from AppStoreX your built-in Gottlieb HD pinball tables on your Legends Pinball HD device will be up to date.

Please note this update will replace the 22 built-in Gottlieb HD pinball tables on your device with the upgraded versions. No highscores or data will be lost. This game pack update can only be found on Legends Pinball HD (ALP HD) inside the AppStoreX section.

Other Legends HD devices will not find this update pack in its AppStoreX.

The enhancements to these tables include:

  • New ball design and animations.
  • Button mapping improvement
  • Gladiator Lamps are now operational.
  • Backglass display improvements.
  • Fixed glitch when the “Goal” sign pops up.
  • Fixed plunger in some games where plunger displays over the ball instead of the end of the plunger touching the ball.
  • Performance improvement to some tables.
  • Other minor improvements and fixes.

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

AtGames Release Notes for Gottlieb Pinball Packs (Legends HD devices) (September 15, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release an update to the Gottlieb Pinball Packs for Legends HD devices. The latest update provides fixes and enhancements to the game play of each table.

The enhancements to these tables include:

    • New ball design and animations.
    • Button mapping improved across all devices (non-ALP/ALP Micro devices).
    • Gladiator Lamps now operational.
    • Backglass display improvements (ALP Micro).
    • Side pinball buttons working properly when wireless on gamer/core devices.
    • Corrected top button configuration where 6 button layout is used instead of 8 button layout with gamer/core control decks.
    • Added Xbox controller support.
    • Fixed glitch when the “Goal” sign pops up.
    • Fixed plunger in some games where plunger displays over the ball instead of the end of the plunger touching the ball.
    • Performance improvement to some tables.
    • As well as other minor improvements and fixes.
    • Available for Firmware v5.68 to current.
    • This update is for the Gottlieb HD Pinball Packs 1-4 and not for Gottlieb HD Pinball Volumes 1 & 2. If you have Gottlieb HD Pinball Volumes 1 & 2 and would like to take advantage of these new features, please reach out to AtGames Customer Support here to exchange your Volumes 1 & 2 for Packs 1-4.
    • If you were one of the early reservation owners of the Legends Pinball Micro, you received Gottlieb packs as a free gift. You will receive new Gottlieb Universal Pack codes via your email and “My Digital Locker” located under your device Settings => My Digital Locker => New Codes.
    • Non-ALP devices will see the update available to each Legends HD Gottlieb Pinball Pack in AppStoreX™.
    • ALP users will require a firmware update scheduled at a later time.

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information on future releases, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.71 (Opt-In) for Legends HD Devices (September 1, 2023)

Special Notice

This is an opt-in update. If you wish to update your Legends HD device to v5.71, please contact Customer Service here.

Changes since Firmware v5.70

  • CoinOpsX has been delisted from AppStoreX and is no longer available as a startup application.

Misc

  • Minor UI
  • General performance and stability
  • [All Legends HD Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule.
  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

FAQ:

Q: How do I update the firmware?

A:   If you wish to update your Legends HD device to v5.71, please contact Customer Service for assistance here.

Q:  What changes will I see after the firmware update?

A:   CoinOpsX has been delisted from AppStoreX and is no longer available as a startup application.

Q: I am not happy with the latest v5.71 firmware update. Can I downgrade my Legends HD device to v5.70?

A: If you prefer to downgrade back to v5.70, all you need to do is perform a Factory Reset of your device. Once complete, simply go to Settings => Version and you will be prompted to update back to 5.70. If you have any issues, you may contact Customer Service for assistance here.

Q:  I am not happy with the latest v5.71 firmware update. Can I go back to my earlier Legends HD device firmware version prior to 5.70?

A:   No. AtGames does not provide past firmware versions to downgrade to.


Disclaimer

AtGames does not provide support for third party software and applications. The usage of UCE’s and ROMS is completely at the owner’s own risk and owners take full responsibility for their usage on the AtGames platform. Subsequently, any support for these types of issues falls outside of our purview.

We designed our platform and ecosystem as an open and connected platform because we believe that the end user should be able to use our devices without restrictions and however, they enjoy them. This does not mean that we build our own firmware updates to ensure that all third-party software applications function and operate without interruption. This is not AtGames’ responsibility, and we do not advocate the usage of unlicensed games, nor will we assist in that matter.

AtGames developers do not interact with unlicensed software, applications, or games. Thus, we are not in a position to lend assistance or devote resources to “fixing” issues related to these third-party software applications.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.70 for Legends HD Devices (August 23, 2023)

Highlights

 General Loader is added: This feature allows compatible external apps to be launched from a USB drive.

 Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with Backglass Display Pack on Legends Pinball and Legends Pinball Micro where this application would not run from Internal Storage.
  • Fixed issue where LegendsMail™ would not bring up messages while pressing Z on compatible devices.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends HD Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule.
  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Disclaimer

AtGames does not provide support for third party software and applications. The usage of UCE’s and ROMS is completely at the owner’s own risk and owners take full responsibility for their usage on the AtGames platform. Subsequently, any support for these types of issues falls outside of our purview.

We designed our platform and ecosystem as an open and connected platform because we believe that the end user should be able to use our devices without restrictions and however, they enjoy them. This does not mean that we build our own firmware updates to ensure that all third-party software applications function and operate without interruption. This is not AtGames’ responsibility, and we do not advocate the usage of unlicensed games, nor will we assist in that matter.

AtGames developers do not interact with unlicensed software, applications, or games. Thus, we are not in a position to lend assistance or devote resources to “fixing” issues related to these third-party software applications.

Legends Universal Arcade Pack Release Notes for Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 2 Complete (June 30, 2023)

Highlights

  • AtGames and Magic Pixel are proud to introduce this new pinball pack based on the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss! This pack includes 4 arcade-quality Dr. Seuss digital pinball tables.
  • Seuss Pinball Pack 2 includes:
    • Seuss’s ABC
    • Green Eggs and Ham
    • One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
    • Oh! the Places You’ll Go!
  • This pack is universal and compatible withthe following devices: Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, Legends Gamer Series, and Legends Core Series.
  • These tables run with 60 frames per second performance on the Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, and 30 frames per second on the Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Gamer Series and the Legends Core series devices. Now your favorite Dr. Seuss characters come to life in these pinball tables and are only available on the AtGames Legends Arcade machines.
  • Each table will have progressive levels that match the storyline from each book. Can you progress through the alphabet and get to Z on Dr. Seuss’s ABC pinball table? Will Sam-I-Am convince his friend to try Green Eggs and Ham? Perhaps he will like them with a goat or on a boat? Can you traverse through each chapter until his friend actually tries Green Eggs and Ham?  Can you make the balloon soar in Oh! the Places You’ll Go!  Will you get past the Gack in One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish?
  • These tables are designed using the classic Dr. Seuss characters and artwork, with vibrant colors and exciting gameplay for the whole family!

  • If you are a Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 2 pre-order customer OR an LPO member, and you already installed Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 2 – Part 1, all you need to do is update your current pack. To do this, please go to AppStoreX and select Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 2 to update the pack. Once the update is complete, you will now have access to all four (4) tables!
  • This game pack supports:
    • Leaderboard support
    • BitPixel, BitPixel HV and BitLCD support will be coming at a later time.
  • Known issue: Users may experience a slight drop in performance on the AtGames Legends Ultimate (ALU) when the BitPixelX application is running in the background.

Miscellaneous

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All features, updates, and game packs have been designed and tested to work with the latest firmware of your device. AtGames cannot guarantee compatibility with previous firmware versions. It is always recommended that users be on the latest firmware to ensure a smooth gaming experience.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (May 12, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 20 newly added titles:

  • BreakThru
  • Darwin 4078
  • Dolphin™
  • Dragster
  • Enduro™
  • Gate of Doom/ Dark Seal
  • Ice Hockey
  • Magical Drop III/ The Tower
  • Meikyu Hunter G
  • Night Slashers
  • Peter Pepper’s Ice Cream Factory
  • Plaque Attack™
  • Pressure Cooker™
  • Pro Bowling
  • Scrum Try
  • Skiing
  • Street Slam/ Street Hoop/ Dunk Dream
  • Super Doubles Tennis
  • Tryout
  • Wonder Planet

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing box arts and in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (May 5, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

  • Captain Silver
  • Decathlon
  • Kamikaze Cabbie/ Yellow Cab
  • Private Eye™
  • Super Pool III.

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (April 28, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

  • Bridge
  • Chain Reaction/ Magical Drop
  • Karnov’s Revenge/ Fighter’s History Dynamite
  • Night Star
  • Nitro Ball/ Gun Ball

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (April 21, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

  • Battle Wings / B-Wings
  • Cosmic Commuter™
  • Fishing Derby™
  • Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (Arcade)
  • Pro Tennis

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (April 14, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

Chopper Command™
• Competition Golf
• Lock ‘n’ Chase
• Sky Jinks™
• Zaviga

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (April 7, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

☑️ Act-Fancer Cybernetick Hyper Weapon
☑️ Boxing
☑️ Joe & Mac Returns
☑️ Megamania™
☑️ Shootout

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (March 31, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

☑️ Hippodrome/ Fighting Fantasy
☑️ Kaboom!™
☑️ Stampede™
☑️ Super Burger Time
☑️ Terranean

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

Legends Universal Arcade Pack Release Notes for Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 2 Part 1 (March 31, 2023)

Highlights

  • AtGames and Magic Pixel are proud to introduce this new pinball pack based on the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss! This pack includes 2 arcade-quality Dr. Seuss digital pinball tables with two additional tables to be added to the pack on June 30, 2023.
  • This pack is universal and compatible with the following devices: Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, Legends Gamer Series, and Legends Core Series.
  • These tables run with 60 frames per second performance on the Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, and 30 frames per second on the Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Gamer Series and the Legends Core series devices. Now your favorite Dr. Seuss characters come to life in these pinball tables and are only available on the AtGames Legends Arcade machines.
  • Each table will have progressive levels that match the storyline from each book. Can you progress through the alphabet and get to Z on Dr. Seuss’s ABC pinball table? Will Sam-I-Am convince his friend to try Green Eggs and Ham? Perhaps he will like them with a goat or on a boat? Can you traverse through each chapter until his friend actually tries Green Eggs and Ham?
  • These tables are designed using the classic Dr. Seuss characters and artwork, with vibrant colors and exciting gameplay for the whole family!
  • Seuss Pinball Pack 2 includes:
    • Seuss’s ABC
    • Green Eggs and Ham
  • This game pack supports:
    • BitPixel
    • BitPixel HV
    • Leaderboard support
    • BitLCD support will be available at a later time.

 

Miscellaneous

  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar will continue to be updated with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All features, updates, and game packs have been designed and tested to work with the latest firmware of your device. AtGames cannot guarantee compatibility with previous firmware versions. It is always recommended that users be on the latest firmware to ensure a smooth gaming experience.

 

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (March 24, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

☑️ Crude Buster
☑️ Freeway™
☑️ River Raid™
☑️ Stadium Hero
☑️ The Cliffhanger: Edward Randy

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (March 17, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

☑️ Fighting Ice Hockey
☑️ Gondomania
☑️ Robot Tank™
☑️ Spider Fighter™
☑️ Zippy Bug

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (March 10, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

☑️Desert Assault / Desert Storm Gulf War / Thunder Zone
☑️Lucky Poker
☑️Mutant Fighters: Death Brade
☑️Oink!™
☑️Seaquest™

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (March 3, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our Standard subscribers and LPO customers!

The current 5 newly added titles:

  • Bloody Wolf / Battle Rangers
  • Crackpots™
  • Disco No.1
  • Keystone Kapers™
  • Sly Spy / Secret Agent

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

ArcadeNet® Release Notes for Activision & Data East Games (February 24, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to release a selection of Activision and Data East titles to ArcadeNet®. Many of the titles that you have enjoyed from the Activision and Data East Game Packs are now available for online play via ArcadeNet® to all our subscribers and LPO customers!

The current titles to be released are:

Miscellaneous

  • For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming).
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues

  • Certain ArcadeNet® games may have different button mapping when compared to built-in or AppStoreX™ version of the game.
  • Certain games may be missing in-game bezels.
  • Not all games are leaderboard capable.

LPO Program Update (January 18, 2023)

Highlights

AtGames is proud to present an update to the Legends Platinum Owners (LPO) Program! There are several updates and improvements that customers will experience right away. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Free Cloud BYOG™ access
    • Free ArcadeNet® Standard access
    • Increase max device limit to 10 devices (up from 6 devices)
    • Improved warranty
    • And more!

Miscellaneous

  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.
  • LPO Program details can be found here.
  • Please visit FAQ for additional questions here.

Known Issues

  • When going to ArcadeNet® or MDL, subscription end date listed in menu UI may be inaccurate. Customers will not lose ArcadeNet® time by upgrading to LPO. Currently earned time over the 12-month period will still be honored. Customer must cancel ArcadeNet® subscription to prevent being charged if on LPO status.
  • For more information please refer to FAQ here.

Legends Universal Arcade Pack Release Notes for Dr. Seuss Pinball Pack 1 (December 19, 2022)

Highlights

  • This pack is universal and compatible with the following devices: Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, Legends Gamer Series, and Legends Core Series.
  • AtGames and Magic Pixel are proud to introduce this new pinball pack based on the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss! This pack includes 3 arcade-quality Dr. Seuss digital pinball tables with up to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second performance! Now your favorite Dr. Seuss characters come to life in these pinball tables and are only available on the AtGames Legends Arcade machines.
  • Each table will have progressive levels that match the storyline from each book. Can you steal presents like the Grinch in level one of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! pinball table? Will you use your pinball skills to contain Thing 1 and Thing 2 in level five in the Cat in the Hat pinball table? How will you handle the tongue twisters in the Fox in Socks pinball table?
  • These tables are designed using the classic Dr. Seuss characters and artwork, with vibrant colors and exciting gameplay for the whole family!
  • Seuss Pinball Pack 1 includes:
    • How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
    • Cat in the Hat
    • Fox in Socks
  • This game pack supports:
    • BitPixel
    • BitPixel HV
    • Leaderboard support
    • BitLCD support will be available at a later time.

Miscellaneous

 

  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All features, updates, and game packs have been designed and tested to work with the latest firmware of your device. AtGames cannot guarantee compatibility with previous firmware versions. It is always recommended that users be on the latest firmware to ensure a smooth gaming experience.

Gottlieb Pinball Volume 1 and Volume 2 for Legends Pinball Micro (ALP Micro) (December 19, 2022)

Highlights

  • Gottlieb tables have gained support for the ALP Micro! For NOD reservation customers, these pinball volumes will be available for install on your ALP Micro. Giving you access to the 22 Gottlieb tables for the first time.
  • These pinball volumes have the latest version of the Gottlieb tables that showcase many improvements. This update is for ALP Micro only. For Legends Pinball (ALP), a firmware update to the ALP for built in tables that incorporates the updated improvement will be separately released no later than February 28, 2023. Updated version of the Gottlieb tables will also be available to the Universal pinball volumes and Universal pinball packs (for all devices except ALP) no later than February 28, 2023.
  • These pinball volumes are not available for sale and will be replaced by (covered by) the universal versions once the update is complete by February 2023.

Improvements

  • ALP Micro backglass support.
  • Improved backglass images.
  • Fixed incorrect key in the Key Mapping diagram.
  • Improved “Tilt” message display.

Miscellaneous

 

  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here

 

Game Pack (v1.0) for Legends Ultimate 1.0 (December 6, 2022)

Highlights

 

  • After a firmware update, it was noted that a small percentage of ALU 1.0 customers lost access to a selection of built-in games. This has been a top priority for AtGames, and we are happy to announce that we have corrected the issue. All affected customers are asked to contact customer service at: https://www.atgames.net/arcades/contact/ to have their device be added to the access list for downloading this one-time special game pack.
  • Games will be installed to user’s FDX. The user will not need internet access after the game pack is installed.
  • If a user factory resets their ALU 1.0, they will need to be on a firmware version that supports AppStore X and FDX. We recommend owners to update to the latest firmware v5.68. Updating to the latest firmware will not affect this pack.

Fixes

 

  • Games will be added back to the ALU 1.0 unit by installing this game pack. The following games have been restored to ALU 1.0 customers who go through Customer Service for support:

 

64th Street – A Detective Story Arcade
Act-Fancer Cybernetick Hyper Weapon Arcade
Alphabet Zoo™ Console
Antarctic Adventure™ Console
Aquattack™ Console
Argus Arcade
Artillery Duel™ Console
Astro Fantasia Arcade
Best Bout Boxing Arcade
BlackJack / Poker Console
Bloody Wolf / Battle Rangers Arcade
Brain Strainers™ Console
Brave Battle Saga Console
BurgerTime™ Console
BurgerTime™ Console
Burnin’ Rubber™ Console
Canyon Bomber® Console
Captain Silver Arcade
Chameleon Arcade
Champions World Class Soccer Console
Choplifter!™ Console
Disco No.1 Arcade
Drag Race Arcade
Dragonfire™ Console
Dual Assault / Liberation Arcade
Dunk Dream 95 / Street Slam / Street Hoop Arcade
Edward Randy, The Cliffhanger Arcade
Evolution Console
Exerion Arcade
Facemaker Console
Fatal Run Console
Fathom™ Console
Flipper Slipper Console
Fortune Builder™ Console
Frantic Freddy Console
Frenzy™ Console
Genesis / Boomer Rang’r Arcade
Gondomania Arcade
Gravitar® Console
Gratia Arcade
Gun Ball / Nitro Ball Arcade
Hachoo! Arcade
Iga Ninjyutsuden: Itsushin No Kaku Arcade
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja Console
Judge Dredd 95 Console
Jumpman Junior™ Console
Jungle Hunt Console
Kamikaze Cabbie / Yellow Cab Arcade
Lock ‘N’ Chase™ Console
Lucky Poker Arcade
Millipede® Console
Miner 2049er™ Console
Montezuma’s Revenge™ Console
Moonsweeper™ Console
Mountain King™ Console
Ms. Space Fury Console
Night Slashers Arcade
Night Star Arcade
Nova Blast™ Console
Oil’s Well™ Console
Omega Race™ Console
Pepper II™ Console
Psycho-Nics Oscar Arcade
Rolloverture™ Console
Sammy Lightfoot™ Console
Saturn Arcade
Scrum Try Arcade
Shackled / Breywood Arcade
Side Pocket Arcade
Side Pocket Console
Sir Lancelot™ Console
Sky Diver Console
Sky Fox Arcade
Space Fury™ Console
Space Panic™ Console
Squish ‘Em Featuring Sam™ Console
Stanley: The Search For Dr. Livingston Console
Super Action Baseball Console
Super Action Boxing Console
Super Action Football Console
Super™ Cross Force Console
Takeda Shingen Arcade
Telly Turtle™ Console
Terranean Arcade
The Heist™ Console
Threshold™ Console
Tomarc The Barbarian™ Console
Tournament Pro Golf Arcade
Tournament Tennis™ Console
Trio The Punch – Never Forget Me… Arcade
Tryout Arcade
Tumble Pop Arcade
Venture™ Console
War Room Console
Wing War™ Console
Zaviga Arcade
Zaxxon™ Console

Miscellaneous

 

  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Legends Universal Arcade Packs Release Notes for Data East 1, 2, 3, and Activision Game Packs (November 14, 2022)

Legends Universal Arcade Packs Release Notes for Data East 1, 2, 3, and Activision Game Packs (November 14, 2022)

Highlights

  • These game packs are Universal Game Packs and are compatible with the following devices: Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Pinball, Legends Pinball Micro, Legends Core Max, Legends Gamer Series, and Legends Core Series.
  • 40 Activision games and over 80 Data East Games now available for download to your device (Visit: https://www.atgames.us/collections/legends-arcade-packs for more information on each pack).
  • Leaderboard support for select titles (see the AtGames Leaderboard website at: https://www.atgames.net/leaderboards/titles for a complete list).
  • Same features as built-in arcade/console games: save states, rewind, screen adjust, key mapping, etc.
  • Coming soon to ArcadeNet!

Misc

  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Legends Pinball Micro Day One Optimization Firmware v5.69 (October 28, 2022)

Legends Pinball Micro Day One Optimization Firmware v5.69 (October 28, 2022)

Highlights

  • Improvements made to the overall user experience on the Legends Pinball Micro. It covers exclusively Legends Pinball Micro ONLY. All other Legends devices are current with Firmware v5.68.

Improvements and Fixes

  • Users can now use the Legends Gamepad to control Player 1 inside AddOnX/CoinOPSX.
  • Games that show up with multiple licenses are now identified with the appropriate game pack title description.
  • Backglass audio has been optimized to reduce unwanted noise/feedback.
  • CoinOPSX can now auto-boot when installed from both FDX and internal storage.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.68 (October 26, 2022)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.68 (October 26, 2022)

Highlights

  • No login requirement for AddOnX/CoinOPSX Login: The requirement per 5 startups for AddonX/CoinOPSX apps has been removed.
  • Lobby introduced on the Legends Pinball and Legends Pinball Micro: For the first time, the Lobby has been introduced on the Legends Pinball and Legends Pinball Micro, allowing users to play online multiplayer games and make use of Legends Pinball’s large display.
  • New haptic volume slider introduced on Legends Pinball and Legends Pinball Micro: It allows for independent haptic volume control in-game with the same ease as the volume control slider in Legends Pinball.
  • Added QuadPlay support to Legends devices: QuadPlay support has been added for Legends Ultimate 1.1 & 1.2, Legends Core Max, Gamer Pro, Gamer Mini, and Core series.
  • Expanded BitLCD Support: BitLCD now covers Gamer Pro, Gamer Mini, Core/Core-Plus, Core Max, Legends Ultimate, Legends Ultimate Mini, Legends Pinball, and Legends Pinball Micro.
  • Added FDX on 16GB devices Now users will be able to use both built-in storage and use external FDX as they see fit.

Fixes

  • Haptics on the Legends Pinball in OTG mode have been fixed allowing the user to experience haptics on OTG games they own.
  • Fixed backglass display issues on Legends Pinball. These issues ranged from incorrectly rotated images to black screens on certain games.
  • Fixed Legends Pinball Zaccaria Deluxe game pack issue where the screen may go black after left idle for long periods of time.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Legends Ultimate Firmware v5.67 (September 11, 2022)

Legends Ultimate Firmware v5.67 (September 11, 2022)

Highlights

  • [Legends Ultimate 1.0 and later with Legends BitLCD] Legends Firmware v5.67 is only for AtGames Legends Ultimate 1.0 and later connected to a Legends BitLCD.
  • This firmware provides minor system improvements and the inclusion of a new app, BitLCD App (v1.52)! Additional app updates will follow.
  • The new BitLCD App is required to provide onboard firmware and artwork updates specifically for the Legends BitLCD accessory. This app is separate from the Legends BitPixel app, PixelcadeX (PCX), which remains the sole app for BitPixel and BitPixel HV devices.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.
  • Known issues can be found here.

Known Issues and Notes

Note: Known Issues are actively being worked on and are expected to be addressed in later firmware updates.

  • When exiting Legends Link incorrectly, the user will see their PC mouse not functioning normally, with the mouse icon disappearing. The proper procedure for shutting down Legends Link is:
    1. Press the Menu button on your Legends device while running Legends Link. This will bring up the D2D top menu overlay (same overlay as seen on ArcadeNet).
    2. Scroll over to the right to the “Quit” option and press the “A” button. This will quit Legends Link the correct way.
    3. On your PC, your mouse should appear and you can close the Legends Link app.
  • The user interface on the Legends device will randomly load with no WiFi available. The user cannot connect or load any WiFi connections. Once the device is rebooted, the WiFi should return.
  • The user interface may launch with all of the top right notifications gone. They will return when the user reboots.
  • The Gottlieb ArcadeNet tables do not display BitLCD artwork the same as compared to the AppStoreX Gottlieb Game Pack.
  • When a video marquee is playing on a loop inside the AddOnX menu, it may freeze, requiring the user to disconnect the arcade device’s power supply from the wall.

Legends Universal Game Pack (August 29, 2022)

Legends Universal Game Pack (August 29, 2022)

Highlights

Universal game packs are now available. These smaller and less expensive packs allow for the most flexibility for customers to build their digital pinball table collection. These new packs have the same capabilities as the previous game packs and will be truly Universal, meaning one license across all devices! Legacy game packs are still available for purchase and will require no changes from the customer, nor will there be any interruption in their usage.

Known Issues and Notes

Installing game packs that lead to duplicate tables on the device can cause the following issues:

  • License count errors. This can affect offline mode as well.
  • May cause the game pack to disappear in AppStoreX (ASX).
  • Duplicate tables may fail to launch.

Installing Gottlieb Packs on a Legends Pinball device will cause similar issues as listed above for duplicate game pack installation.

Uninstalling the game pack usually fixes the issues listed above. A reboot of the device may be required.

Legends Universal Game Pack (August 18, 2022)

Legends Universal Game Pack (August 18, 2022)

Highlights

  • Users will be able to expand their previously purchased AtGames Legends Pinball/Legends Core Max and Non-Legends Pinball/Legends Core Max pinball table game packs to Universal packs (with the exception of Gottlieb Table Volumes, Zaccaria Sampler, and Zaccaria Table Volume 5 packs). This will allow the owner to play a purchased game pack across all devices they own with the same Legends ID. 
  • A solution to some of the known issues below is for users to reformat their FlashDriveX-formatted USB drive (non-Legends Core Max owners only). For Legends Core Max (LCM) users, a solution is to uninstall all game packs before updating, then reinstalling.

FAQs

Q: What is the benefit of doing this upgrade?

A: This upgrade allows you to expand the devices you can play on with a single game license. Users will no longer be bound to a single type of device for their purchased game packs. For example, if you purchased a Legends Pinball version of the TAITO Pinball Tables Volume 1 pack, you were previously limited to only being able to play on a Legends Core Max (LCM) or Legends Pinball (ALP). Through this upgrade, you’ll be able to expand gameplay to all devices in the Legends Arcade Family line-up.

 

Q: What if I don’t wish to upgrade and stay on a non-Universal game pack?

A: If you do not wish to upgrade your game license, then you will need to avoid future updates. When you install or reinstall your game pack on any device or do a game pack update, the system will automatically upgrade to Universal status for you. Note that this status expansion enables the ability to play the game pack on more devices, so there is no impact to your current usage even if you only want to play on a single device.

 

Q: What if I have both a Legends Pinball/Legends Core Max and Non-Legends Pinball/Legends Core Max version of the same game pack?

A: You can use each license to run two simultaneous copies of the games on different devices across 12 total devices (6 for one license and 6 for the other). You may also contact customer support and have the additional code transferred/gifted to another individual (owner). You will be required to supply customer support with the new user’s information, such as Legends ID.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Pre-installed non-Universal game packs may not disappear automatically after the owner expands them to Universal. The owner will need to format their FlashDriveX-formatted USB drive to get them to clear (no current fix for Legends Core Max owners as it does not use FlashDriveX (FDX)).
  • User may see black artwork inside AppStoreX (ASX) and Built-in games.
  • Update logo may not always appear for pre-installed non-Universal game packs that are able to be expanded to Universal.
  • Offline Mode users may see discrepancies with their pack counter in the Offline Menu.
  • The Device Info screen may become unpopulated when going through the steps to expand game packs.

Legends Core Max Firmware v5.66 (June 30, 2022)

Legends Core Max Firmware v5.66 (June 30, 2022)

Highlights

  • [Legends Core Max] Firmware v5.66 is for AtGames Legends Core Max (LCM) devices only.
  • [Legends Core Max] Fixed issue of LCM not being recognized as an AtGames Legends Pinball (ALP)/LCM when downloading table packs from AppStoreX.
  • [Legends Core Max] Fixed device sharing between ALP and LCM for digital pinball tables.
  • [Legends Core Max] Fixed AtGames Legends GamePad input lag.
  • [Legends Core Max] Internal 16GB storage usage for AppStoreX downloads.
  • [Legends Core Max] New apps management feature to remove login requirement for CoinOPSX and AddOnX.*

*AtGames has been working on a new generation backend that manages apps in multiple tiers and allows certain third party apps to no longer require a sign-in. This feature is introduced first on LCM, and, if successful, will then be evaluated for future implementation across all other devices.

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • [Legends Core Max] To make use of the new firmware, please access the One-Time LCM Download Manager app found under AppStoreX on your device rather than the typical prompt or Version download method (please install the app to your FlashDrive-X-formatted external USB drive). The One-Time LCM Download Manager will notify you if you are able to proceed with the install process or if a hardware update is required. If the One-Time LCM Download Manager indicates you need a hardware update, please contact us here: https://www.atgames.net/arcades/contact/. We will process your request promptly.
  • [Legends Core Max] After you update the firmware, you will need to uninstall and re-download any purchased digital pinball tables as they will now need to be installed to the internal 16GB of storage rather than an external FlashDriveX-formatted (FDX) USB drive, which is no longer required.
  • [Legends Core Max] After you update the firmware, the FlashDriveX (FDX) option will be available under Settings, but not enabled. Any FDX-installed software will need to be uninstalled and then re-installed to the internal storage. All AppStoreX software, e.g., CoinOPSX, AddOnX, Attract Mode, etc., and game packs now run directly from the internal storage once installed/re-installed. External content, such as that required for CoinOPSX, must still be accessed from an external USB drive, but no longer needs FDX formatting or mounting.  
  • [Legends Core Max] After you update the firmware, previous, current, and future digital pinball tables specific to and purchased for the ALP can now be shared with and used on LCM devices and vice-versa. 
  • [Legends Core Max] [Legends GamePad] (Fixed) When the controller auto turns off due to inactivity, the user has to re-pair the controller by pressing the back of the LCM device after returning to the GamePad.
  • [Legends Core Max] [Control Deck] (Fixed) The Mini/Pro Control Panel has multiple incorrectly mapped buttons inside most of the user menu according to the UI at the bottom of the page.
  • [Legends Core Max] [ArcadeNet Pinball] [Legends GamePad] (Fixed) The FarSight ArcadeNet® pinball games launch, but the Legends GamePad has no functionality in the games.
  • [Legends Core Max] [ArcadeNet Pinball] (Fixed) The Zaccaria ArcadeNet® pinball games won’t launch.
  • [Legends Core Max] Minor UI improvements.
  • [Legends Core Max] General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Universal Firmware releases are now on an as-ready schedule. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

  • The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.65 (January 27, 2022)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.65 (January 27, 2022)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.65 is for all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] New Legends GamePad firmware update to allow haptic feedback for all Zaccaria and TAITO digital pinball tables (see below for details).

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • [Legends GamePad] New Legends GamePad firmware update to allow haptic feedback for all Zaccaria and TAITO digital pinball tables. To apply the update, connect your Legends GamePad to a Legends Ultimate, Legends Gamer, Legends Core, or Legends Connect series device (Legends Pinball support is not present in this app release version) via Bluetooth, then select the Legends GamePad Update Tool under AppStoreX and follow the prompts.
  • [Legends Pinball] CoinOPSX Vertical Category filter enhanced.
  • [All Legends Devices] Minor UI improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Universal Firmware releases are now on a once-a-month schedule, expected the last Thursday of the month. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

  • The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.

 

Legends Universal Firmware v5.64 (December 30, 2021)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.64 (December 30, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.64 is for all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [All Legends Devices] AtGames is pleased to announce that your “ArcadeNet® account” and “ArcadeNet® ID” will be renamed “Legends account” and “Legends ID,” respectively. See Misc below for details.

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • [All Legends Devices] “Legends account” and “Legends ID” join the local streaming app, “LegendsLink™” (formerly, ArcadeNetLink, and available here: https://www.atgames.net/arcadenet/byog), and our on-machine email and notification system, LegendsMail, to help make our branding more consistent and to more clearly differentiate from our popular ArcadeNet® streaming games service offering (https://www.atgames.net/arcadenet/). This change to Legends ID also allows for a series of improvements, including no longer needing to be logged in except when accessing the Lobby, ArcadeNet, CoinOPSX, or to upload a high score. Your Legends ID, instead of your email address, will be used to sign into your devices and services going forward.
    • For most users, the change from ArcadeNet ID to Legends ID is a seamless process. However, for those who have a user name that is a duplicate (the first/original login with the duplicate gets to keep the name) or includes special characters that are incompatible with the new system, they will need to change their user name (prompted with “Invalid ID” before the update to a Legends ID). This change is a simple process that can be done directly on your Legends Arcade Family device when prompted. This change to your user name will not impact your leaderboard scores going forward as long as you use the same email address and enter the same three-letter initials when entering a new score.
    • NOTE: It is critical that you use the same email address as your previous ArcadeNet account to avoid losing any game packs or other digital content you previously purchased or was associated with that account. If a different email address is used, your game packs and other digital content will not carry over to your new Legends ID account.
    • More information available in the Legends ID FAQ: https://www.atgames.net/arcades/faq/.
  • [All Legends Devices] Minor UI improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] New Legends Universal Firmware releases are now on a once-a-month schedule, expected the last Thursday of the month. For the latest information, please follow AtGames on Facebook (@AtGamesGaming), Twitter (@AtGamesGaming), or Instagram (@atgamesgaming). The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family device owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

  • The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.62 (December 9, 2021)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.62 (December 9, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.62 is for Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball series devices only.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a December 9, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) House of Diamonds

This solid-state pinball shuffles in from 1978 and features a card-playing theme with 4 flippers and a kick-out hole. Shuffle the deck, hand your cards out, and win the round.

(2) Nautilus 2018

This table is a remake version of the original Nautilus table from 1977 and has a scuba diving theme with 5 modes, 10 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 3 balls. Dive into the water and complete your missions to find the treasure box at the bottom of the ocean.

Remake tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the modern era of pinball history from the 1990s with such pinball features as dot matrix displays, ramps, decorative objects, vocal samples, and music tracks.

(3) Red Show

This electro-mechanical pinball sings to us from 1975 and features a theme with a music band and includes drop targets and a pop bumper. Sing your best song for the audience to gain their approval.

(4) Star God

This solid-state pinball is from 1980 and features a fantasy theme with a double spinner. Be the God of the stars and control the universe.

(5) Universe Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Universe table from 1977 and has a superhero theme with pop bumpers and eject holes. As a superhero, it is your duty to keep order in the world and catch as many bad guys as possible.

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for December 9th release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Fixed: [ArcadeNet] [Zaccaria] Aerobatics Retro, Future World 2018, Shooting Rapids, Star God Retro, and Top Hand are not updating the online leaderboards from the in-game menu.
  • [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process to allow for optimized improvement schedule and customer experience.
    • Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball: Weekly
    • Legends Gamer Series and Legends Core Series: Every two weeks
    • Legends Connect: Every four weeks
  • [All Legends Devices] Please note that Thursday, December 30, 2021, is expected to be the last weekly Legends Universal Firmware release before moving to a once-a-month schedule. The Entertainment Calendar (https://arcades.atgames.net/entertainment-calendar/) will continue to be updated weekly with great activities, leaderboards, and more, exclusively for all Legends Arcade Family owners.
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

  • The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.

 

Legends Universal Firmware v5.61 (December 3, 2021)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.61 (December 3, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.61 is for all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a December 2, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Clown Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Clown table from 1985 and has a clowns theme with pop bumpers and rollover buttons. Use the unicycle to roll onto the circus floor and make the audience laugh with your funny tricks.

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(2) Earth Wind Fire Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Earth Wind Fire table from 1981 and has a classical elements theme with pop bumpers and eject holes. Control the earth, the wind, and the fire to regain the world’s balance.

(3) Hippie

This hippie-themed table includes pop bumpers and drop targets. Live like a free human, travel by van, and sing your favorite song.

Award tables like this one were designed by the Magic Pixel company and represent the electro-mechanical era of pinball history from the 1970s. They feature basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(4) Locomotion Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Locomotion table from 1981 and has a train theme with pop bumpers and drop targets. Travel the world on a steam locomotive and enjoy the view of the various beautiful landscapes. 

(5) Robot 2018

This table is a remake version of the original Robot table from 1985 and has a robot theme with 5 modes, 40 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 2 balls. The table also has 2 ramps with gates that have to be hit by the ball to open and 5 drop targets that rise from the center of the playfield.

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for December 2nd release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process to allow for optimized improvement schedule and customer experience.
    • Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball: Weekly
    • Legends Gamer Series and Legends Core Series: Every two weeks
    • Legends Connect: Every four weeks
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found at https://arcades.atgames.net/known-issues/.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.60 (November 24, 2021)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.60 (November 24, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.60 is for all Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball series products only.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a November 25, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Circus

This electro-mechanical pinball entertains us from 1977 and features a circus theme with spinning targets and a kick-out hole. Do a good show for your audience with acrobats, clowns, and strongmen.

(2) House of Diamonds 2017

This table is a remake version of the original House of Diamonds table from 1978 and has a card-playing theme featuring 5 modes, 10 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 3 balls. The table also features special card-shaped lamps.

Remake tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the modern era of pinball history from the 1990s with such pinball features as dot matrix displays, ramps, decorative objects, vocal samples, and music tracks.

(3) Pinball Champ ‘82

This solid-state table comes from 1982 and has a pinball championship theme including a 2nd playfield and vocal samples for the first time in Zaccaria history.

This table has a special feature named Game Time Bonus where 1 second bonus time after 3 events (target, sensor, slingshot, and bumper hits) can be collected with the 3rd ball. That collected time can be played with the 4th ball.

(4) Soccer Kings Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Soccer Kings table from 1982 and has a soccer player theme with pop bumpers, spot targets, and a special mini playfield. Control your team, shoot as many goals as possible, and win the title.

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets. 

(5) Voyager

This space-themed table includes pop bumpers and spot and drop targets. You can travel through time and space with your spaceship, but beware of unexpected events like asteroids.

Award tables like this one were designed by the Magic Pixel company and represent the electro-mechanical era of pinball history from the 1970s. They feature basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

Built-In Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for November 25th release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process to allow for optimized improvement schedule and customer experience.
    • Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball: Weekly
    • Legends Gamer Series and Legends Core Series: Every two weeks
    • Legends Connect: Every four weeks
  • The latest firmware release notes are always found here.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.59 (November 18, 2021)

Legends Universal Firmware v5.59 (November 18, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Firmware v5.59 is for all Legends Ultimate, Legends Pinball, Legends Gamer, and Legends Core series products only.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a November 18, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Fire Mountain Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Fire Mountain table from 1980 and has a volcano theme with pop bumpers, spot targets, and an eject hole. The volcano has been sleeping for ages and it seems like it is going to be awakened. The eruption is unavoidable.

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(2) Pinball Champ

This solid-state pinball comes from 1983 and is a re-release version of a pinball table from 1982 including slightly modified artwork and 8 digit score display.

This table has a special feature named Game Time Bonus where 1 second bonus time after 3 events (target, sensor, slingshot, and bumper hits) can be collected with the 3rd ball. That collected time can be played with the 4th ball.

(3) Pinball Champ Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Pinball Champ table from 1982 and has a pinball champion theme with pop bumpers and spot targets. Show them how good your pinball skills are and be the pinball champion!

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(4) Wizard

This magic-themed table includes pop bumpers and spot and drop targets. The magic skills you practiced will help you on the journey you are about to take. Don’t be afraid and you will be a great wizard!

Award tables like this one were designed by the Magic Pixel company and represent the electro-mechanical era of pinball history from the 1970s. They feature basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(5) Zombies

This zombie-themed table includes pop bumpers and spot and drop targets. Our world has been overrun by zombies. Let’s make their non-life even worse and hunt them all down!

Award tables like this one were designed by the Magic Pixel company and represent the electro-mechanical era of pinball history from the 1970s. They feature basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for November 18th release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • [Legends Pinball] OTG functionality has been restored for certain users affected.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process to allow for optimized improvement schedule and customer experience.
    • Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball: Weekly
    • Legends Gamer Series and Legends Core Series: Every two weeks
    • Legends Connect: Every four weeks

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.58 (November 11, 2021)

November 11, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.58 (November 11, 2021)

Highlights

  •  [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process begins (see Misc below). This week, the firmware is for Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball devices.
  •  [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a November 11, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Blackbelt

This solid-state pinball kicks in from 1986 and features a theme with martial arts including a special roto-target. The roto-target is a spinning group of playfield targets and each spin action defines which target faces the player when the spinning has stopped.

This table has a special feature named Game Time Bonus where 1 second bonus time after 3 events (target, sensor, slingshot, and bumper hits) can be collected with the 3rd ball. That collected time can be played with the 4th ball.

(2) Devil Riders 2019

This table is a remake version of the original Devil Riders table from 1984 and has a motorcycle stunt theme with 4 modes, 5 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 3 balls. The table also features a special ramp that looks like a motorcycle stunt cage. Hop on your motorcycle and do all 4 stunts to entertain your fans.

Remake tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the modern era of pinball history from the 1990s with such pinball features as dot matrix displays, ramps, decorative objects, vocal samples, and music tracks.

(3) Moon Flight

This electro-mechanical pinball flies to us from 1976 and features a space exploration theme with spot targets and pop bumpers. Prepare the launch and fly into orbit to the moon.

(4) Robot Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Robot table from 1981 and has a robot theme with pop bumpers and eject holes. Save your lady and stop the robots from ruling the world.

Retro tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the early era of pinball history from the 1960s characterized by simpler gameplay with basic pinball parts like bumpers and targets.

(5) Tropical 2019

This table is a remake version of the original Tropical table from 1974 and has a vacation-on-the-beach theme with 9 modes, 10 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 2 and 3 balls. Enjoy the summer, go on the beach, catch some rays, and don’t forget your sunglasses and sunblock at home.

Remake tables like this one were conceived by the Magic Pixel company and represent the modern era of pinball history from the 1990s with such pinball features as dot matrix displays, ramps, decorative objects, vocal samples, and music tracks.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for November 4th release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • [All Legends Devices] Streamlined firmware update process to allow for optimized improvement schedule and customer experience.
    • Legends Ultimate and Legends Pinball: Weekly
    • Legends Gamer Series and Legends Core Series: Every two weeks
    • Legends Connect: Every four weeks
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.57 (November 6, 2021)

November 6, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.57 (November 06, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball] [ArcadeNet® Pinball] [Backglass Leaderboard] Backglass leaderboard function display on ArcadeNet® Zaccaria tables.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for an November 4, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Farfalla

This solid-state pinball from 1983 features a butterfly theme with a second playfield, elevated ball launcher lane, and two outlane save flippers.

(2) Locomotion 2018

This remake version of the 1981 original has a train station theme with five modes, 10 times bonus multiplier, and three-ball multiball.

(3) Soccer Kings

This solid-state pinball from 1982 features a second playfield called the “Attack Zone” and has four balls that are recycled based on Extra Kick features.

(4) Stars Phoenix

This solid-state pinball from 1987 has a gambling theme and features flyaway targets and multiball.

(5) Zankor Retro

This retro version of the original Nautilus table from 1986 has a jungle theme with pop bumpers and spot targets.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for November 4th release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed (fixed): 1.) 1.) Legends Pinball] [ArcadeNet® Pinball] [Backglass Leaderboard] Backglass leaderboard function does not display on ArcadeNet® Zaccaria tables.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.56 (October 28, 2021)

October 28, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.56 (October 28, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for an October 28, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Circus Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Circus table from 1977 and features pop bumpers and a rolling button.

(2) Future World

This solid-state pinball is originally from 1978 and features an outer space theme.

(3) Spooky 2017

This is a remake of the original Spooky table from 1987 and features 5 modes, 50 times bonus multiplier, and 3 ball multiball.

(4) Space Shuttle

This solid-state pinball from 1980 includes kick-out holes and a spinning target.

(5) Strike

This solid-state pinball is from 1978 and features spot and drop targets.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for October 28 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed (fixed): 1.) 1.) [Digital Locker] BYOG Premium doesn’t display “Start” and “Renewal” date.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • Minor UI improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.55 (October 21, 2021)

October 21, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.55 (October 21, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Feature] Settings options are reorganized for all non-Legends Pinball Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for an October 21, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Clown

This solid-state pinball from 1985 includes hanging target and big bonus multipliers.

(2) Clown 2019

This remake version of the original Clown table from 1985 has 5 modes, 10 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 3 balls.

(3) Firefighter

This firefighting-themed table includes pop bumpers and drop targets.

(4) Robot

This firefighting-themed table includes pop bumpers and drop targets.

(5) Time Machine Retro

This is a retro version of the original Time Machine table from 1983 and features pop bumpers and drop targets.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for October 21 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed (fixed): 1.) [OTG Mode Gottlieb Tables] Certain users may experience low OTG volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary work around to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.54 (October 14, 2021)

October 14, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.54 (October 14, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for an October 14, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Earth Wind Fire 2017

This elemental table is a remake version of the original Earth Wind Fire table from 1981 and features 5 modes, 6 times bonus multiplier, and multiball with 3 balls.

(2) Mexico ‘86

This solid-state pinball kicks in from 1986 and features a mini soccer playfield section and 5 special targets.

(3) Spooky Retro

This supernatural table is a retro version of the original Spooky table from 1987 and features pop bumpers and eject holes.

(4) Tropical

This eletro-mechanical vacation-themed pinball is originally from 1974 and features spot targets and pop bumpers.

(5) Wood’s Queen

This electro-mechanical pinball from 1976 features a jungle theme, drop targets, spot targets, and pop bumpers.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for October 14 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.53 (October 7, 2021)

October 7, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.53 (October 7, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for an October 7, 2021, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release:

(1) Devil Riders

This solid-state pinball rides in from 1984 and features a motorcycle theme with a second playfield and two moving ramps.

(2) Granada

This electro-mechanical pinball is from 1974 and features a fantasy theme with drop targets and pop bumpers.

(3) Space Shuttle Retro

This table is a retro version of the original Space Shuttle table from 1980 and has a space exploration theme with pop bumpers and spot targets.

(4) Speed King

This racing-themed table includes pop bumpers and drop targets.

(5) Time Machine 2019

This table is a remake version of the original Time Machine table from 1983 and features a time travel theme with six modes, 10 bonus multiplier, and multiball with three balls.

  • Easy Mode on ALP improved to allow direct access to CoinOPSX and back without exiting via a new ability named “Tunneling” between apps.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for October 7 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed (fixed): 1.) [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. 2.) Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. 3.) Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. 4.) [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine. 5.) [ArcadeNet] [Zaccaria] Aerobatics Retro, Future World 2018, Shooting Rapids, Star God Retro, and Top Hand are not updating the online leaderboards from the in-Game menu. [6.] [Offline Mode] In rare cases, users may lose access to their AppStoreX game packs in offline mode. [7.] [Digital Locker] When user redeems an ArcadeNet® gift code, the credit card info page doesn’t pop up in APX. [8.] [Digital Locker] After the user chooses “Remind Me Later After Redeeming,” the error message is missing. [9.] [ArcadeNet] User may temporarily experience difficulties signing into ArcadeNet® as well as Auto Login upon reboot. [10.] [Legends Pinballs] [Settings Regroup] Selected settings are not saved after user reboots machine.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.52 (September 24, 2021)

September 24, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.52 (September 24, 2021)

Highlights

[All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a September 24, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release: (1) Caveman (award table), (2) Cine Star (real world table), (3) Hot Wheels 2017 (fantasy remake), (4) Pool Champion (real world table), and (5) Supersonic Retro (retro fantasy table).

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for September 17 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed (fixed): 1.) [Legends Pinball] [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. 2.) [Attract Mode] User can be left at a blank black screen when cycling through videos. 3.) CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. 4.) [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables. 5.) [ASX] Redeem to device does not allow user to play gamepack while not connected to internet.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.51.1 (September 18, 2021)

September 18, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.51.1 (September 18, 2021)

Highlights

[Legends Pinball] This version replaces the v5.51 firmware for ALP only. It has a fix related to CoinOPSX button mapping on ALP. After updating, power cycle before running CoinOPSX. Those on v5.50 (or indicated as v40.50.0) firmware will need to do a factory reset to download firmware v5.51.1. All other Legends Arcade Family devices will remain on v5.51 firmware.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.51 (September 17, 2021)

Highlights

[All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a September 17, 9PM PT/11PM CT/12AM ET release: (1) Blackbelt Retro, (2) Fire Mountain 2019, (3) Nautilus, (4) Star’s Phoenix 2018, and (5) Universe.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for September 17 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed: 1.) [E-Store] Some E-Store purchases may not show up inside digital locker. 2.) [Legends Pinball] Settings regroup has extra spacing in the UI Settings at bottom of the page. 3.) [Operation Wolf] Users may experience “Loss of Signal” on select Legends Arcade Family devices. 4.) [Legends Pinball] Leaderboard backglass display may cause poor performance in certain pinball games on ALP. 5.) [Legends Pinball] Certain users may experience difficulties redeeming ArcadeNet® codes inside Digital Locker on Legends Pinball. 6.) AppStoreX may take a long time to load for certain users.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Zaccaria Pinball Volume 5 for non-ALP devices will be onboarded to AppStoreX (coming soon).

Known Issues and Notes

The latest known issues and notes documents are always found here.


About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.50 (September 9, 2021)

September 9, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.50 (September 9, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball Only] Settings Regroup. Settings are grouped into Basic and Advanced to improve experience, and Advanced Settings icons are now organized into related categories.
  • [All Devices] My Digital Locker improvements: ArcadeNet® subscription status now are viewable inside My Digital Locker.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for a September 9, 9pm Pacific Time release: (1) Aerobatics Retro, (2) Future World 2018, (3) Shooting the Rapids, (4) Star God Retro, and (5) Top Hand.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for September 9 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • These Known Issues are addressed: [Legends Pinball] Haunted House is now renamed to Gottlieb’s Haunted House. 2. [Legends Pinball] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature is now supported in Easy Mode. 3.[Backglass Leaderboard Display] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature now shows “My Score”.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall gamepacks from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary work around to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Random loading screen followed by NO SIGNAL display. This occurs most of the time during loading of FDX apps/gamepacks.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Certain users may experience incorrect Left and Right physical flipper button mapping inside various pinball titles. This is currently being worked on.
  • [AppStoreX] AppStoreX may take a long time to load for certain users.
  • [Legends Pinball] OTG input lag may be slightly increased for some users.
  • [Easy Mode Beta] UI does not reflect D-Pad/Joystick navigation add. This is intentional in this beta and will be updated as more user input is gained.
  • [Legends Gamepad] Some users may experience difficulties pairing Legends GamePad with Gamer Pro while the Gamer Pro control deck is also paired. This is being worked on.
  • [Offline Mode] In rare cases users may lose access to their AppStoreX gamepacks in offline mode. Please contact customer service for immediate support.
  • [Legends Pinball] Certain users may experience difficulties redeeming ArcadeNet® codes inside Digital Locker on Legends Pinball. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Leaderboard backglass display may cause poor performance in certain pinball games on ALP. This is being worked on.
  • [Operation Wolf] Users may experience ‘Loss of Signal’ on select Legends Arcade family devices. This is being worked on.
  • [Operation Wolf] The ball may get temporarily stuck behind an enemy when close to the ramp.
  • [E-Store/Digital Locker] Some E-Store purchases may not show up inside Legends Pinball digital locker. User will still receive their code via email for manual redemption. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] [ArcadeNet® Pinball] [Backglass Leaderboard] Backglass leaderboard function does not display on ArcadeNet® Zaccaria tables.
  • [ArcadeNet] [Zaccaria] Aerobatics Retro, Future World 2018, Shooting Rapids, Star God Retro, and Top Hand are not updating the online leaderboards from the in-Game menu.
  • [Digital Locker] BYOG Premium doesn’t display “Start” and “Renewal” date.
  • [Digital Locker] ArcadeNet® and BYOG redeemed codes do not display “Redeemed” and “Renewal” date in History.
  • [Digital Locker] When user redeems an ArcadeNet® gift code, the credit card info page doesn’t pop up in APX.
  • [Digital Locker] After the user chooses “Remind Me Later After Redeeming,” the error message is missing.
  • [ArcadeNet] User may temporarily experience difficulties signing into ArcadeNet® as well as Auto Login upon reboot.
  • [Legends Pinball] [Settings Regroup] Selected settings are not saved after user reboots machine.
  • [Legends Pinball] [Settings Re-Group] [UI] There is extra spacing in the UI at the bottom of the re-grouped Settings pages.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.49 (September 2, 2021)

September 2, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.49 (September 2, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Devices] E-Store/My Digital Locker with one click redemption. Users who purchase game packs from the AtGames E-store will have their digital redemption code delivered to their My Digital Locker inside their arcade machines, redeemable with one click. Gift codes issued by AtGames will be deposited in My Digital Locker as well.
  • [All Devices] Taito Pinball Tables Volume 2 (Chack’n Pop™, ELEVATOR ACTION™, OPERATION WOLF™, and ZOO KEEPER™)
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for September 2, 9AM PT release: (1) Mexico ’86 Retro, (2) Fire Mountain, (3) Shooting the Rapids 2016, (4) The Mummy, and (5) Zankor 2017.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

  • Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet® Standard for September 2 release (see Highlights above).

Misc

  • This Known Issue is fixed: [Offline Mode] In rare cases users may lose access to their game packs in offline mode. Please contact customer service for support.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns two licenses of the same game on overlapping game packs and one game pack is checked out, they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX Games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary workaround to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Random loading screen followed by NO SIGNAL display. This occurs most of the time during loading of FDX apps/game packs.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Certain users may experience incorrect Left and Right physical flipper button mapping inside various pinball titles. This is currently being worked on.
  • [AppStoreX] AppStoreX may take a long time to load for certain users.
  • [Legends Pinball] OTG input lag may be slightly increased for some users.
  • [Easy Mode Beta] UI does not reflect D-Pad/Joystick navigation add. This is intentional in this beta and will be updated as more user input is obtained.
  • [Legends Pinball] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature does not support Easy Mode yet. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Backglass Leaderboard Display] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature does not yet show “My Score.” This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Gamepad] Some users may experience difficulties pairing Legends Gamepad with Gamer Pro while the Gamer Pro control deck is also paired. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Haunted House has not yet been renamed to Gottlieb’s Haunted House. This will be implemented next week.
  • [Legends Pinball] Certain users may experience difficulties redeeming ArcadeNet® Codes inside Digital Locker on Legends Pinball. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Leaderboard backglass display may cause poor performance in certain pinball games on ALP. This is being worked on.
  • [Operation Wolf (pinball)] Users may experience ‘Loss of Signal’ on select Legends Arcade Family devices. This is being worked on.
  • [Operation Wolf (pinball)] The ball may get temporarily stuck behind an enemy when close to the ramp.
  • [E-Store/Digital Locker] Some E-Store purchases may not show up inside the Legends Pinball digital locker. User will still receive their code via email for manual redemption. This is being worked on.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.48 (August 26, 2021)

August 26, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.48 (August 26, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball] Backglass Leaderboard Display – Users can now view live top leaderboard scores on their backglass display. This feature can be toggled on/off from inside the Global Pinball Settings inside the Main Menu page.
  • [Legends Pinball] OTG Accelerometer is now supported inside the 3rd party VPX platform. Users may need to map/calibrate controls in order to get this feature working on their existing setups.
  • [All Legends Devices] Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet Standard for August 27 9am Pacific Time release. (1) Beast Master, (2) Hot Wheels Retro, (3) Magic Castle 2017, (4) The Aliens, (5) Winter Sports 2018.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

  • Five Zaccaria pinball tables are added to ArcadeNet Standard for August 27 release (see Highlights above.)

Misc

  • Certain pinball games have been renamed for clarity in ArcadeNet and AppStoreX: (1) “Combat” becomes “Zaccaria Pinball – Combat” (2) “Combat 2016” becomes “Zaccaria Pinball – Combat 2016” (3)” Combat Deluxe” becomes “Zaccaria Pinball – Combat Deluxe” (4) “Combat Retro” becomes “Zaccaria Pinball – Combat Retro” (5) “Haunted House” becomes “Gottlieb’s Haunted House”
  • This Known Issue is fixed: [CoinOpsX] In rare cases, CoinOpsX starts with no sound and the games freeze the system when you try to start them.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns two licenses of the same game on overlapping game packs and one game pack is checked out they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX Games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary work around to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Random loading screen followed by NO SIGNAL display. This occurs most of the time during loading of FDX apps/gamepacks.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Certain users may experience incorrect Left and Right physical flipper button mapping inside various pinball titles. This is currently being worked on.
  • [AppStoreX] AppStoreX may take a long time to load for certain users.
  • [Legends Pinball] OTG input lag may be slightly increased for some users.
  • [Easy Mode Beta] UI does not reflect D-Pad/Joystick navigation add. This is intentional in this beta and will be updated as more user input is gained.
  • [Legends Pinball] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature does not support Easy Mode yet. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Backglass Leaderboard Display] The new Backglass Leaderboard Display feature does not yet show “My Score”. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Gamepad] Some users may experience difficulties pairing Legends Gamepad with Gamer Pro while the Gamer Pro control deck is also paired. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Haunted House has not yet been renamed to Gottlieb’s Haunted House. This will be implemented next week.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include the Legends Ultimate series, Legends Gamer series, Legends Core series, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.47 (August 19, 2021)

August 19, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.47 (August 19, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball Only] OTG Accelerometer support in select third-party applications. OTG Accelerometer now supports the Pinball FX3 platform on Steam. Support of individual tables may vary. We welcome feedback on this beta feature and will continue to work on adding more platforms.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] Easy Mode (Beta) update adds (a) D-Pad/Joystick navigation support; (b) navigation speed improvements; (c) fast forward and backward in navigation; and (d) other minor UI/UX streamlining and performance enhancements.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Fixed known issues: (a) [Legends Pinball] In certain rare cases the user may have to login multiple times before credentials are confirmed; (b) [Attract Mode] User can be left at a blank, black screen when cycling through videos; and (c) [Attract Mode] TAITO Attract Mode may not appear in the correct orientation.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns two licenses of the same game on overlapping game packs and one game pack is checked out they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX Games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary work around to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Random loading screen followed by NO SIGNAL display. This occurs most of the time during loading of FDX apps/gamepacks.
  • [CoinOpsX] In rare cases, CoinOpsX starts with no sound and the games freeze the system when you try to start them.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Certain users may experience incorrect Left and Right physical flipper button mapping inside various pinball titles. This is currently being worked on.
  • [AppStoreX] AppStoreX may take a long time to load for certain users.
  • [Legends Pinball] OTG input lag may be slightly increased for some users.
  • [Easy Mode Beta] UI does not reflect D-Pad/Joystick navigation add. This is intentional in this beta and will be updated as more user input is gained.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.46 (August 12, 2021)

August 12, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.46 (August 12, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball Only] Magic Pixel Zaccaria/TAITO pinball haptic improvement. Magic Pixel haptic improvement is for 2.2 mainboards or newer (solutions for earlier versions TBA). This enhancement helps isolate pinball haptics from the table’s music soundtrack.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] OTG haptic fix, release version. OTG haptic fix is for 2.2 mainboards or newer (solutions for earlier versions TBA). To enable OTG haptics, go into Pinball Settings under Main Menu and toggle the Forced Haptics option to ON.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.0/1.1 only] Kodi is available for download on AppStoreX. Other devices will be supported in future releases. Kodi does not support installing unknown sources and add-ons. Music and video files are supported; everything else is at the user’s own risk

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Magic Pixel Zaccaria/TAITO low volume issue fixed when switching between different publisher tables.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game. However, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including Rewind, as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Certain users may experience incorrect left and right physical flipper button mapping inside pinball titles. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Legends Pinball] In certain rare cases the user may have to login multiple times before credentials are confirmed.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns 2 licenses of the same game on overlapping game packs and one game pack is checked out, they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [Attract Mode] User can be left at a blank, black screen when cycling through videos.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX Games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG Volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary workaround to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume buttons and then exit the game. After the user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.
  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Random loading screen followed by NO SIGNAL display. Most of the time this occurs during loading of FDX-driven apps/gamepacks.
  • [Legends Pinball] Arcade Control Panel joystick may not work for some inside OTG Mode. The trackball still has functionality.
  • [CoinOPSX] In rare cases, CoinOPSX starts with no sound and the games freeze the system when you try to start them.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.45 (August 5, 2021)

August 5, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.45 (August 5, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball] Easy Mode (Beta). Easy Mode enables a simplified, streamlined user interface that allows for easier access to your installed pinball tables. Exiting Easy Mode returns to the standard full user interface and options. We will continue to update this app with additional improvements and optimizations.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has a discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX (FDX) titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Some users may experience low volume in Zaccaria and Gottlieb pinball tables
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on all Legends Arcade Family devices.
  • [Legends GamePad] Legends GamePad shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends GamePad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Legends Pinball] In certain rare cases the user may have to login multiple times before credentials are confirmed.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal “unable to release license error” when first loading the firmware or booting on the machine.
  • [Attract Mode] TAITO Attract Mode may not appear in the correct orientation.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns 2 licenses of the same game on overlapping game packs and one game pack is checked out they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [Attract Mode] User can be left at a blank, black screen when cycling through videos.
  • [PixelcadeX Leaderboard] FDX Games will not show leaderboard score when FDX games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to re-map the buttons on their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.
  • [Legends Pinball] Haptics over OTG is a beta feature accessed via Settings under “Force Haptics.” Although AtGames tests all features, we cannot test every possible third party program. Users should use caution using this, or any feature, while in Beta status.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may experience low OTG Volume when built-in Gottlieb tables are set to low volume. The temporary workaround to fix this is to manually set any Gottlieb table to 100 with the physical volume slider and then exit the game. After the user re-enters OTG Mode, the OTG volume should be returned to normal.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.44 (August 2, 2021)

August 2, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.44 (August 2, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Non-Legends Pinball Devices] Added display of leaderboard scores via PixelcadeX app. With PixelcadeX, you can add static and animated digital marquees for select games and menu items, and now display select leaderboard scores, with the Legends BitPixel or Pixelcade LED marquees. Press the buttons indicated at the bottom of the screen to turn various options ON or OFF. With all options set to ON, you can cycle between the marquee display, top three leaderboard placings, and your personal high score for the compatible leaderboard game. This feature is coming for Legends Pinball devices in a future firmware update.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] Added Haptic Feedback Filter: Haptic feedback filter added for mainboards that are version 2.2 or newer (solutions for earlier versions TBA). During non-pinball games/applications, the haptic feedback sound will be automatically filtered and not present. Haptic feedback will only be experienced while playing built-in and FlashDriveX-installed pinball games.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Minor UI
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Some users may experience low volume in Zaccaria and Gottlieb pinball games.
  • [CoinOPSX Backglass Support] 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [TAITO Pinball] Graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on Legends Arcade Family series.
  • [Gamepad Controller] Legends Controller shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Legends Gamepad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb Pinball.
  • Legends Pinball] In certain rare cases the user may have to login multiple times before credentials are confirmed.
  • [Offline Mode] Users may receive abnormal unable to release license error when first loading the firmware or booting the machine.
  • [Attract Mode] TAITO Attract Mode may not appear in the correct orientation. This is being worked on.
  • [Offline Mode] If a user owns 2 licenses of the same game on overlapping gamepacks and one gamepack is checked out, they will not be able to play that selected title.
  • [Attract Mode] User can be left at a blank, black screen when cycling through videos.
  • [Pixelcade Leaderboard] FlashDriveX-installed games will not show leaderboard score when FlashDriveX-games are installed until user reboots the machine.
  • [OTG Mode] Certain users may need to remap the buttons for their external OTG Legends Pinball setup.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.43 (July 22, 2021)

July 22, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.43 (July 22, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Non-Legends Pinball Devices] TAITO Pinball Tables Volume 1 for Non-ALP published in AppStoreX.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] CoinOpsX video backglass support: Adding support for MP4 videos.
  • [Non-Legends Pinball Devices] Vertical (Portrait) Attract Mode video support added.
  • [All Devices] TAITO Pinball Volume 1 Attract Mode video published in AppStoreX.
  • [Non-Legends Pinball Devices] Zaccaria Volume 5 Attract Mode video published in AppStoreX.
  • [All Devices] Improved AppStoreX Notifications.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • TAITO Pinball Tables Volume 1 for Non-ALP is available for purchase at AtGames E-Store (https://www.atgames.us/).
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game but the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or the CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Some users may experience low volume in Zaccaria Pinball after switching back and forth when playing a Gottlieb table. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] CoinOPSX Backglass 60fps videos may experience stuttering. 30fps videos provide optimal performance.
  • [Non-ALP Devices] TAITO Pinball Tables Volume 1 graphical issues with table spotlights during classic display attract mode for all TAITO tables on non-ALP devices.
  • Launch button is missing after installing the app. This is currently being worked on.
  • Legends Controller shows device is paired after a reboot of the machine, but it has no function. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] User may experience distortions/buzzing sounds coming from haptic speakers, even at low volume.
  • [Legends Pinball] The “How do I post my High Score…” image is missing for all four TAITO tables in the game’s description page. This will be corrected.
  • [Legends Gamepad] Bluetooth controls do not work inside of FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball tables.
  • [Legends Pinball] In certain rare cases the user may have to login multiple times before credentials are confirmed

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.42 (July 15, 2021)

July 15, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.42 (July 15, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Devices] Offline Mode Update (Version 1.1) for AppStoreX game packs is released. See below for details.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] The new Backglass Display Pack in AppStoreX supports the backglass display of Zaccaria tables and TAITO tables in the navigation menu.
  • [All Devices] Bitpixel’s PixelcadeX Auto Start feature is added to set PixelcadeX to auto-start at power-on.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] Zaccaria Attract Mode Volume 5 video joins the previous 4 video volumes in AppStoreX.
  • [Non-Legends Pinball Devices Only] Zaccaria Attract Mode Volume 2, 3, and 4 videos are added in AppStoreX

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Offline Mode allows users to take purchased games and game packs in AppStoreX offline without the need of being online or signed in. This gives the user more flexibility in using their games while maintaining licensing requirements for our IP holders. In this update (version 1.1), the firmware verifies when multiple copies of a game, under the same purchased game license, are running concurrently, and asks the user to choose one copy to run. This is a change from version 1.0, which does not check it.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game but the A button must be used instead. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOpsX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.41 (July 8, 2021)

July 8, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.41 (July 8, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball Only] AppStoreX lists AtGames first original Taito Pinball Tables Volume 1 for redemption.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] Enhanced Gottlieb Tables backglass display inside Game Selection page.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] AppStoreX Zaccaria Attract Mode Volume 4

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Gottlieb Tables now display backglass art while scrolling through the 22 built-in tables.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOpsX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.40 (July 2, 2021)

July 2, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.40 (July 2, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Devices] AppStoreX Notification Update
    • App and game pack owners will now be notified when there’s an available update. AppStoreX Notification update allows the user to receive real time update notifications on their AppStoreX apps and game packs when new versions become available.
  • [Legends Pinball Only] AppStoreX Zaccaria Volume 3 Attract Mode (new option).
    • This joins Attract Mode Gottlieb Tables, Attract Mode Zaccaria Volume 1, and Attract Mode Zaccaria Volume 2 options under AppStoreX

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • FIXED: Zaccaria Pinball – If you score above 2 billion on Devil Riders 2018 your score starts to go down instead of up.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOPSX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOPSX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.39 (June 24, 2021)

June 24, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.39 (June 24, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball Only] Zaccaria Volume 2 AppStoreX Attract Mode video with backglass support.
  • [Legends Arcade Family] Zaccaria Volume 1 AppStoreX Attract Mode video.
  • [Legends Arcade Family] Gottlieb Tables AppStoreX Attract Mode video.
  • [All Legends Devices] My Digital Locker

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • My Digital Locker allows users to view their active ArcadeNet® subscriptions and game/pinball purchase(s).
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOpsX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.38 (June 17, 2021)

June 17, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.38 (June 17, 2021)

Highlights

  • [Legends Pinball] Gottlieb Attract Mode Video with updated backglass support.
  • [Legends Pinball] Zaccaria Volume 1 AppStoreX Attract Mode video with backglass support.
  • [Legends Pinball] Enhanced Voice Chat optimizations.
  • [Legends Pinball] The Leprechaun King Team Play DMD fix.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

N/A

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game; however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • In Lobby, voice chat sessions can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX frontend. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.
  • Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOpsX when a gamepad is connected. This is currently being worked on

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.37 (June 10, 2021)

June 10, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.37 (June 10, 2021)

Highlights

  • [All Legends Devices] Enhanced Auto-Launch: Selected application is launched on power-up.
  • [Legends Pinball] CoinsOpsX and AddOnX both support dual screen displays.
  • [All Legends Devices] Redemption of ArcadeNet® and Cloud BYOG subscription service on AppStoreX.
  • [All Legends Devices] ArcadeNet® titles now display Button Mappings.

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

  • Mighty Warriors added to ArcadeNet®.
  • [All Legends Devices] ArcadeNet® subscription redemption supported on AppStoreX.
  • ArcadeNet® titles now display Button Mapping inside the game title description page.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI has discrepancy: The REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • In Lobby, voice chat sessions can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX front end. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware. After firmware is installed, reinstall the game packs.
  • [Legends Pinball] The Leprechaun King Team Play DMD displays upside down. This is being worked on.
  • [Legends Pinball] Left Nudge and Rewind get swapped in CoinOpsX when a gamepad is connected. This is being worked on

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, Legends Connect, and Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.36 (June 3, 2021)

June 3, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.36 (June 3, 2021)

Highlights

  • Zaccaria 5 games sampler added to ArcadeNet® Standard subscription.
  • BitPixel bring your own marquee feature.
  • Enhanced pinball category filters

Built-in Games

N/A

ArcadeNet®

  • 5 Zaccaria games (Black Belt Remake, Magic Castle Retro, Zankor, Spooky, Time Machine) added to ArcadeNet® Standard subscription.

Misc

Known Issues and Notes

  • [FarSight Studios Tables] Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Presently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [CoinOPSX] CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX front end. This is currently being worked on.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File Size when downloading firmware. The current workaround is to uninstall game packs from the Settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.36 (June 3, 2021)

Highlights

  • Zaccaria 5 games sampler added to ArcadeNet® Standard subscription.
  • AppStoreX Gottlieb attract mode download.
  • Enhanced pinball category filters.
  • FarSight Studios Gottlieb tables UI improvement.

ArcadeNet®

  • 5 Zaccaria games (Black Belt Remake, Magic Castle Retro, Zankor, Spooky, Time Machine) added to ArcadeNet® Standard subscription.

Misc

  • AppStoreX added Gottlieb tables full-screen portrait mode Attract Mode video download.
  • Pinball category filters now support “Gottlieb Vol 1”, “Gottlieb Vol 2”, “Zaccaria Vol 1”, “Zaccaria Vol 2”, “Zaccaria Vol 3”, “Zaccaria Vol 4”, and “Zaccaria Vol 5”.
  • FarSight Studios Gottlieb Tables UI improvement brings consistent UI between Zaccaria and Gottlieb tables.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down. This will be fixed shortly.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.35 (May 27, 2021)

May 27, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.35 (May 27, 2021)

Highlights

  • New and expanded universal leaderboard! See details below.
  • Leaderboard website fixes! See details below.

Games

  • New global leaderboards added:
    • [Legends Core/Connect] Earth Joker – U.N. Defense Force

ArcadeNet®

  • Various fixes for the leaderboard website:
    • Fixed Friends Tab to show friend’s scores.
    • Fixed Weekly and Monthly filter.
    • Fixed navigation between Schedule and List view for upcoming events.

Misc

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues and Notes

  • [FarSight Studios Tables] Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Presently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [CoinOPSX] CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX Front End. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system. We will continue to add/expand compatibility.
  • Some users may experience Invalid File size when downloading firmware. Current workaround is to uninstall gamepacks from  settings menu, then proceed to redownload firmware.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.35 (May 27, 2021)

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.34 (May 21, 2021)

MAY 21, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.34 (May 21, 2021)

Highlights

  • Users can now remove devices from their ArcadeNet® accounts.

ArcadeNet®

  • More game-specific bezel arts.

Miscellaneous

  • To remove a device from your ArcadeNet® account:
    • Visit atgames.net and navigate to My Account/Device List
    • Select your device’s UUID from the list and click the “Remove” button.
  • Fixed issue where the menu constantly states there is a new firmware version.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [FarSight Studios Tables] Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Presently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [CoinOPSX] CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX Front End. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system. We will continue to add/expand compatibility.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.34 (May 21, 2021)

Highlights

  • 8-way joystick enabled on Legends Pinball Control Deck inside OTG mode.
  • Flipper Input response time has been restored back to original settings. (Frame skipping fix has been released since v5.33 and stays.)
  • Legends Mail optimizations.

AppStoreX®

  • Zaccaria Deluxe 10 tables available under “Volume 5”.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.33 (May 14, 2021)

MAY 14, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.33 (May 14, 2021)

Highlights

  • New bezel art for ArcadeNet® games.
  • Full Compatibility with Legends GamePad.

ArcadeNet®

  • Added game-specific bezel art for most games. More will be added via future firmware updates.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [FarSight Studios Tables] Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Presently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used. This is currently being worked on.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • [CoinOPSX] CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround. This is currently being worked on.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX titles or CoinOpsX Front End. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.33 (May 14, 2021)

Highlights

  • Full compatibility with the new Legends Pinball Arcade Control Panel.
  • The frame skipping issues when connecting external devices to the Legends Pinball via USB and HDMI have been fixed in this release.

AppStoreX®

  • Added Zaccaria Pinball Tables Volume 5 for code redemption and downloading. Code sales will start on AtGames E-Store at to-be-announced date.

Miscellaneous

  • Volume fix for built-In FarSight Studios Gottlieb tables.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.32 (May 6, 2021)

MAY 6, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.32 (May 6, 2021)

Highlights

  • PixelcadeX update.

AppStoreX

  • PixelcadeX: Zaccaria logos added.

NOTE: For support for third party apps such as this one, please contact the third party app developer.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [FarSight Studios Tables] Some FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Currently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, the A button must be used.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • [CoinOPSX] CoinOPSX has issues exiting when connected via Bluetooth mode. The user can set the controller mapping setting option to map the AtGames control deck buttons, including “rewind,” as a workaround.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX titles or the CoinOpsX Front End. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.32 (May 6, 2021)

Highlights

  • Improved stability and bug fixes.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Certain users are experiencing frame skipping issues when connecting external devices to the Legends Pinball via USB and HDMI. This is currently being worked on.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.
  • [FarSight Studios Tables] FarSight Studios in-game volume is louder than set default volume.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.31 (April 29, 2021)

APRIL 29, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.31 (April 29, 2021)

 

Highlights

  • Spinner control for Cisco Heat in ArcadeNet®.
  • CoinOPSX Category improvement update.

Games

  • [Legends Ultimate 1.1] Fixed sound issues in Space Invaders.

ArcadeNet®

  • Enabled Spinners input for Cisco Heat.
  • Enabled Favorite toggle for streaming games.

AppStoreX

  • CoinOPSX: Updated Category feature.NOTE: For support for third-party apps such as this one, please contact the third-party app developer. For CoinOPSX, the support channel is on the official “The CoinOPS Project” Discord.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Currently, the REWIND icon is displayed to start a game, however, must use the A button.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connections.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet®, FlashDriveX titles, and CoinOpsX Front End, This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.31 (April 29, 2021)

Highlights

  • Improved stability and bug fixes.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.
  • FarSight Studios in-game volume is louder then set default volume

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.30 (April 22, 2021)

APRIL 22, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.30 (April 22, 2021)

Highlights

  • Legends Connect now part of the Legends Universal Firmware releases!
  • Improved stability and bug fixes.

Games

  • [Gamer Mini] Fixed issue displaying the “My Rankings” section for leaderboard games.

ArcadeNet®

  • Fixed issue that caused the A button to be unresponsive for FlashDriveX pinball titles.

Lobby

  • Fixed issue where a device could freeze when starting a server.

AppStoreX

  • [Gamer Series] Fixed issue with code redemption in portrait mode.

Miscellaneous

  • Legends Connect will now be included in all future firmware releases. Additional features like Lobby and AppStoreX are now accessible.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • FarSight Studios pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Currently, REWIND icon is shown to start a game, but must use A button instead.
  • [Lobby] On rare occasions the host of a voice chat session will be left at a non-responsive screen after leaving the waiting room.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining a consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX titles or CoinOpsX Front End, This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.28.7 (April 22, 2021)

Highlights

  • Improved stability and bug fixes.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.
  • FarSight Studios in-game volume is louder then set default volume.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, Legends Core, and Legends Connect.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.29 (April 15, 2021)

APRIL 15, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.29 (April 15, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Multiplayer for FarSight Studios pinball game packs 1 and 2!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Diver Boy

Miscellaneous

  • FarSight Studios pinball games now support multiplayer.
  • FarSight Studios pinball game pack WiFi fix.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • FarSight Studio pinball game button mapping UI discrepancy. Currently REWIND icon is displayed to start game, however must use A button.
  • [Lobby] On rare occasions the host of a voice chat session will be left at a non-responsive screen after leaving the waiting room.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles or CoinOpsX Front End. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v5.28.5 (April 15, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Haptic feedback improvement!
  • FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball animation improvements!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Diver Boy

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Haptic experience has been further refined and improved.
  • Audio popping issues have been improved.
  • Ball rotation animation introduced for FarSight Studios Gottlieb pinball games.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.
  • FarSight Studios in-game volume is louder than set default volume.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.28 (April 8, 2021)

APRIL 8, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.28 (April 8, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Voice chat enabled in Lobby!

Games

  • Alpine Ski’s leaderboard supports up to 6 digits.

ArcadeNet®

  • You can now directly connect and chat with your friends from within the Lobby! (Wireless headset required)
  • New games added:
    • Ishido – The Way of Stones
    • Fighter’s History
    • Ganryu

Miscellaneous

  • Improved download status to show download speed and server time.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Lobby] In rare occasions the host of a voice chat session will be left at a non-responsive screen after leaving the waiting room.
  • [Lobby] Voice chat session can take upwards of 60 seconds to establish a connection.
  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.27 (April 1, 2021)

APRIL 1, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.27 (April 1, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Users can now remove device UUIDs from their ArcadeNet® account via the ArcadeNet® website account settings.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Burglar X
    • Legend of Silk Road 2

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Series] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios/Zaccaria Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v10973_35.26.0 (April 1, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Haptic feedback improvement!
  • Users can now remove device UUIDs from their ArcadeNet® account via the ArcadeNet® website account settings.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Burglar X
    • Legends of Silk Road 2

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Haptic frequency adjusted to 80Hz.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.26 (March 25, 2021)

MARCH 25, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.26 (March 25, 2021)

Highlights

  • Legends Controller Mapping Feature.
  • New ArcadeNet® games!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Touch and Go
    • Twins

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v10973_35.25.2 (March 25, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • • Consistent button mapping scheme set up for all pinball tables!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Touch and Go
    • Twins

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.
  • Button mapping is now consistent across both Magic Pixel and FarSight Studios pinball games.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.25 (March 18, 2021)

MARCH 18, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.25 (March 18, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.

ArcadeNet®

AppStoreX

  • 105 Zaccaria pinball tables are now leaderboard-enabled.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX™ titles cannot be uninstalled. This is WIP, however, a temporary solution is to re-format your USB drive to clear the data.
  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • [ArcadeNet®] Bang does not currently have light gun support enabled.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware v10973_35.24.3 (March 18, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.

ArcadeNet®

AppStoreX

  • 105 Zaccaria pinball tables are now leaderboard-enabled.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.24 (March 10, 2021)

MARCH 10, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.24 (March 10, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.
  • New AppStoreX™ redeem codes!

ArcadeNet®

AppStoreX™

  • Enabled redemption codes for apps/games.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  •  ArcadeNet® FlashDriveX™ titles cannot be uninstalled. This is WIP, however a temporary solution is to re-format your USB drive to clear the data.
  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware vA9 (March 10, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.
  • New AppStoreX™ redeem codes!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Bang
    • Cowboy Kid
    • Goal! Goal! Goal!
  • New ArcadeNet® global leaderboard games added. Compete for an online high score (https://www.atgames.net/arcadenet/leaderboards):
    • P.O.W Prisoner of War

AppStoreX™

  • Enabled redemption codes for apps/games.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • [FlashDriveX] The description of “Mount” and “Unmount” are left justified, not center justified.
  • Attract mode in-game is not implemented.
  • Turn on/off Stopwatch button in live streaming feature prompts error.
  • ArcadeNet® Cloud Pinball interface lacks button prompts.

About the Release Notes

The release note offers brief, high-level descriptions of enhancements and new features for your Legends Arcade Family product running on the Legends Arcade Platform. We include setup information, tips to help you get started, and best practices to help optimize your experience.

About the Legends Universal Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Universal Firmware update include Legends Ultimate 1.0 (350 games version), Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version), Legends Gamer Pro, Legends Gamer Mini, and Legends Core.

About the Legends Pinball Firmware

Supported devices in this release of the Legends Pinball Firmware include the Legends Pinball.

Update Contents

A software update can include, but is not limited to:

– Device stability improvements and bug fixes.

– New and/or enhanced features.

– Further improvements to performance.

To get the best from your device, please regularly check for software updates and keep it up to date. To update your device, select Version under Settings and follow the prompts.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.23 (March 4, 2021)

MARCH 4, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.23 (March 4, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.
  • Support for new LegendsLink™ application (formerly ArcadeNetLink).

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Alligator Hunt
    • Cisco Heat
    • Summer Challenge
  • New ArcadeNet® global leaderboard games added. Compete for an online high score (https://www.atgames.net/arcadenet/leaderboards)!:
    • Asuka & Asuka
    • Dragon Gun
    • Earth Joker – U.N. Defense Force
    • Panic Road

BYOG™

  • Support for LegendsLink™ v1.0.38 or later.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

LegendsLink™ v1.0.38 (March 4, 2021)

Updates

  •             Added “Auto Login” feature.

–            Application will auto log off if not connected within 24 hours.

  •             Added “Start with Windows” feature.
  •             Restore user desktop resolution after quitting local streaming.
  •             Added support for Windows 10 Pro/Pro N.

Additional Notes

  •             LegendsLink™ app requires your device to be running firmware v5.23 or later.
  •             Intel Integrated Graphics users may not have their desktop return upon exiting the streaming session. Please do the following on your Windows PC if this happens:

–            Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on the keyboard

–            Sign out

–            Sign in

  •             Intel Integrated Graphics users may see occasional glitches when using scroll wheels on mice.
  •             Intel Integrated Graphics users may see occasional freezes during minimizing/switching windows.
  •             Please disable HDR in Display Settings before you start streaming.
  •             If you have Skype running, please quit it first before installing LegendsLink™ as some installation files are shared between the two applications.

All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.22 (February 24, 2021)

FEBRUARY 24, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.22 (February 24, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • PixelcadeX third party app update.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Squash
    • Winter Challenge

AppStoreX™

  • Updated PixelcadeX artwork.

NOTE: For support for third party apps such as this one, please contact the third party app developer. For CoinOPSX, the support channel is on the official “The CoinOPS Project” Discord.

Miscellaneous

  • Updates to LegendsMail to include images and text styles.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with the Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware vA27 (February 24, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • Pixelcade X third party app update.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Squash
    • Winter Challenge

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
  • [FlashDriveX] The description of “Mount” and “Unmount” are left justified, not center justified.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.21 (February 17, 2021)

FEBRUARY 17, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.21 (February 17, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • CoinOpsX third party app update.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Ping Pong Masters ‘93
    • Hoops: Shut Up and Jam
    • Hoops: Shut Up and Jam 2

AppStoreX™

  • CoinOpsX version 1.3.

NOTE: For support for third party apps such as this one, please contact the third party app developer. For CoinOPSX, the support channel is on the official “The CoinOPS Project” Discord.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button remapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet® FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check, and Control Panel Test. This is currently being worked on.
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.

Legends Pinball Firmware vA26 (February 17, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • AppStoreX™ added to main UI.
  • Local Multiplayer for built-in pinball tables added.
  • Improved haptic experience.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Ping Pong Masters ‘93
    • Hoops: Shut Up and Jam
    • Hoops: Shut Up and Jam 2

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • The Leprechaun King team play DMD is displaying upside down.
  • OTG tile is not currently working. Please use the HDMI option under SETTINGS as a solution.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.20 (Feb 10, 2021)

FEBRUARY 10, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.20 (Feb 10, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • More updates to the Lobby feature!
  • Controller mapping support added for Legends Core!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Bang Bead
    • Battle Flip Shot
  • Lobby Updates
    • In-game notifications added

Miscellaneous

  • [Core] New Controller Settings added under Settings page to allow users to create key profiles for any external controllers.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game packs tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • Button re-mapping does not carry over to certain features like ArcadeNet FDX titles, CoinOpsX Front End, Health Check and Control Panel Test
  • Not all controllers are compatible with Legends Core button mapping system.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.19 (Feb 7, 2021)

FEBRUARY 7, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.19 (Feb 7, 2021)

Highlights

  • New ArcadeNet® games!
  • More updates to the Lobby feature!

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added (February 3, 2020):
    • Power Football
    • Fancy World
    • Mega Twins / Chiki Chiki Boys
    • Mug Smashers
  • Lobby Updates
    • Enabled Leaderboards

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game packs tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat feature not functioning in Lobby
  • [ALU 1.0] In rare instances, the spinner may have performance issues in the game Tron. This is currently being worked on.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.18 (January 30, 2021)

JANUARY 30, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.18 (January 30, 2021)

Highlights

  • ArcadeNet® Lobby Feature.
  • New ArcadeNet® games!

Games

  • Fixed the following games’ titles (ALU 1.1/Gamer owners will need to redownload the game pack to see the changes):
    • Street Hoops
    • Video Chess

ArcadeNet®

  • New “Lobby” feature to connect with friends and other like-minded gamers to play a wide variety of titles from our ArcadeNet® line up.
    • Find existing game rooms based on your needs.
    • The following features are also available:
      • Select an avatar.
      • Build your friends list.
      • Voice chat.
      • Party play.
  • New games added on January 27, 2021:
    • Big Karnak
    • Captain Tomaday
    • Fantasy Land
    • Power Balls
    • World Rally Championship
  • Fixed Cloud pinball getting randomly muted at launch.

Miscellaneous

  • Fixed privacy policy agreement error after user signs out.
  • Added a “Do not show again” option for Sam’s Club’s message upon sign-in.
  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • If you encounter the VPX tables not responding to user input, exiting and reopening the table may fix this. This is a known issue and we are addressing it shortly.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • Voice chat and Leaderboard features not functioning in Lobby
  • Occasional “failed to connect” message when launching titles in Lobby. If this occurs, simply try to launch the title again.
  • [ALU1.0] In rare instances, the spinner may have performance issues in the game Tron. This is currently being worked on.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.17 (Jan 13, 2021)

JANUARY 14, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.17 (Jan 13, 2021)

Highlights

  • ArcadeNet® 1.0 updates.

ArcadeNet®

  • New games added:
    • Galaxy Gunners
    • Snowboard Championships
    • Thunder Hoop
  • Added on-device subscription flow.

BYOG™

  • Removed Cloud BYOG™ 2020 icon.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • [Website] Our website may have issues when submitting UUID/checking out/etc. from certain IPs.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • If you encounter the VPX tables not responding to user input, exiting and reopening the table may fix this. This is a known issue and we are addressing it shortly.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game pack tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
  • It is possible that random Cloud-pinball titles to lack audio when launched.
  • Private policy agreement displays when user signs-out of their ArcadeNet® account.
All images, trademarks, and copyrights are the properties of their respective owners and are used solely for illustrative purposes.

Legends Universal Firmware v5.16 (Jan 8, 2021)

JANUARY 8, 2021

Legends Universal Firmware v5.16 (Jan 8, 2021)

Highlights

  • New and expanded universal leaderboards! See details below.
  • ArcadeNet® 1.0.

Games

  • Fixed rewind issue in The Ninja Kids.
  • Properly sort game pack titles.

ArcadeNet®

  • ArcadeNet® 1.0 with new subscription plans and games added to the platform. Visit our website for more information: https://www.atgames.net/arcadenet/ .
    • FDX FarSight tables added for ArcadeNet® Standard plan subscribers. To play:
      • Make sure you have an FDX formatted drive inserted.
      • Press the MENU button under the ArcadeNet® tab to select “FarSight Studio Pinball Tables”.
      • Select a table to be downloaded to your drive and play it on your device.
    • Updated Cloud Pinball uninstallation behavior.
  • ArcadeNet® offers a choice of two impressive subscription options, one paid and one free. The options are:
    • ArcadeNet® Standard (Low Monthly Fee)
      • Play unlimited arcade, console, and *pinball games.
      • Stream in up to 1080p/60fps quality on any Legends Arcade Family device you log into with up to six (6) concurrent device UUIDs be shared with one ArcadeNet® ID and one (1) device streaming at a time.
      • Unlimited ArcadeNet® friends list.
      • Multiplayer and voice chat support for up to four (4) players.
      • Receive a 10% discount on all Direct2Drive.com (https://www.direct2drive.com/) purchases (automatically applied with ArcadeNet® login).
      • Receive access to additional deals, exclusive giveaways, and other coupons.
      • (*Note: To Play FarSight Studio Pinball Tables on ArcadeNet®, you must prepare a USB drive with the FlashDriveX (FDX) app. Please follow the directions on the arcade for details.)
    • ArcadeNet® Basic (Free)
      • Play a limited selection from the full library of arcade, console, and pinball games for the remainder of the monthly cycle with up to two (2) hours total of arcade and console game streaming and up to one (1) hour total of Cloud pinball streaming. Note: If you have more than one device, you can have up to three (3) UUIDs associated with one ArcadeNet® Standard account by contacting support@atgames.net with your username and UUIDs.
      • Stream in up to 720p/30fps quality on one Legends Arcade Family device (one UUID per month).
      • Unlimited ArcadeNet® friends list.
      • Multiplayer and voice chat support for up to two (2) players.

Miscellaneous

  • Minor UI improvements.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Known Issues

  • ArcadeNet®] If you have more than one device, you can have up to three (3) UUIDs associated with one ArcadeNet® Standard account by contacting support@atgames.net with your username and UUIDs.
  • Cloud BYOG 1.0 2020 still has an icon, but is no longer active. This icon will be removed in a future firmware update.
  • [Gamer Mini] Certain routers may experience issues with maintaining consistent connection.
  • [FarSight Studios Pinball Tables] Some users may see a non-default camera view, which may be different from global settings, the first time they load a table. This problem goes away after a user confirms preferred settings and restarts the table.
  • The pinball game Gladiator has minor performance issues while in portrait mode.
  • [Website] Our website may have issues when submitting UUID/checking out/etc. from certain IPs.
  • You may lose control of the external device in OTG mode; reseating the USB cable should fix this.
  • Some stability issues with Bluetooth 5.0 headsets.
  • [ALU1.1/Gamer] Control Mirroring only works when the control deck is connected via USB.
  • If you encounter the VPX tables not responding to user input, exiting and reopening the table may fix this.
  • [ALU1.0] Pinball game packs tables will not run properly when the Internet connection is intermittent.
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