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Products Aquaventronics debuts Bump ‘N’ Blast

Canadian water games company Aquaventronics, which has been in the amusement industry for more than 30 successful years, now brings a new product into the limelight for all to enjoy. Bump ‘N’ Blast is its latest innovative design, which offers not only double the fun for thrill-seekers but also double the profit for park owners. The product is used by adding it to existing or new bumper boat, or bumper car, attractions and operating a mixture of targets set up around a pool or arena. Using various water effect devices, including machine gun spray, explosion of water and powerful mist, the design provides a higher level of interaction and amusement for customers. When the indicator light is lit, riders can opt to spray or bump the targets, which will then activate the water, aiming at fellow riders. The site can choose to have as many sensors as they like, creating an inventive and fun gaming experience for everyone.

Cogan adds Hello Kitty Happy Car ride

Italian family-run amusement manufacturers Cogan has utilised its 30 years experience in children’s rides to develop the Hello Kitty Happy Car ride. The ride is the second instalment of the Hello Kitty brand after the success of Cogan’s Hello Kitty Fun House. The new ride is sure to attract the youngsters with the internationally well-known Japanese Hello Kitty brand mixed with a palette of bright pink colours. Cogan keeps up with the traditional Hello Kitty convention by producing a ride that is adorably cute and a design which allows the customer to sit alongside Hello Kitty herself and go for a ride. The ride features lively music, which alternates on each game cycle, along with flashing lights as the ride moves. Functionality can be altered by enhancing the lighting effects and incorporating them onto the ride’s dashboard.

RaceRoom from SimBin

Swedish company SimBin is providing a realistic and thrilling racing experience for everyone to enjoy with its RaceRoom concept. By using the latest simulation technology, the company offers an immense gaming experience bringing the world of motorsports into reality. Multiple players can compete against each other in virtual live races using high class racing stimulators. Skillful gamers can indulge themselves and battle it out on circuits from around the world using a widescreen display system and immersive sound, taking the players directly into the race. The simulations provide expert entertainment for all – no matter what level of experience the gamer might have. Offering a real adrenaline rush with daring overtaking manoeuvres and a fight for first place, the games are sure to satisfy all gamers’ needs. RaceRoom attracts racing enthusiasts to various locations all around the world, including famous European motorsport events, giving visitors the chance to experience well-known tracks as they play the game.

Coin Tech completes Peru installation

COIN Tech, the Argentina-based supplier of cashless solutions for amusement venues and casinos, has installed its flagship Game System at the newly completed Happyland family entertainment centre at the Jockey Plaza Shopping Centre in Lima, Peru. Happyland began working with Coin Tech in 1998 and since that time the companies have successfully installed cashless systems in 17 FECs across Peru. The new venue occupies 1,100 sq. m with more than 120 games, making it one of the biggest entertainment centres in the South American country. The latest version of Game System includes a range of leading edge modules including a Redemption Server and a POS System that ensures an efficient operation from the start.


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