Date: 25th May, 2013

It's time to bring you up-to-date with the latest developments with Quetzal Pinball's Captain Nemo Dives Again, where game designer and company head Antonio Ortuño has some important changes, while asking buyers for their opinions on the game's music track.

Back in February, Antonio said it was his intention to make the playfields himself out of a material called a Phenolic panel, which he said was much harder-wearing than traditional plywood.

However, following some unhappiness from one purchaser and despite some successful tests by Antonio, it has been decided Mirco Steffan of HighClassPinball in Germany will now be manufacturing and clearcoating the playfields.

After a test playfield was routed and printed, Mirco reported it, "looks brilliant and the coat sticks on it without problems".

Another potential change could take place with the game's music which comes from the Spanish heavy metal band Hitten. Some people have suggested the musical style is unsuited to the classic Jules Verne theme, and so Antonio has suggested a more classical theme could be produced, either as a replacement for the Hitten soundtrack, or as an alternative selection.

He has asked people to vote on their preferred music through this webpage.

Here's a video of his suggested classic soundtrack.

That's all in this update. Remember to check Pinball News for all the latest news on Captain Nemo Dives Again.

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