New Products

Monopoly Roll-n-Go

Monopoly Roll-n-Go, supplied by Innovative Concepts in Entertainment (ICE), sees players skillfully spin the LED-lit dice to land on properties. The LED- lit dice changes colors for an increased wow-factor, and players are encouraged to play multiple times to hit collect multiple properties of the same colour to win the Monopoly Bonus. With every spin, the progressive GO Bonus increases until a player lands on the space. Two 55” inch monitors stack on top of each other create an awesome player experience. “Monopoly Roll-n-Go is the must-have game on the market right now,” said an ICE Games spokesperson.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pinball

Stern Pinball, Inc. has announced the availability of a new line of pinball machines based on Nickelodeon TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT). The models all feature distinct hand-drawn art in addition to a high speed magnetic spinning pizza disc capable of holding and throwing 3 balls during pizza multiball mayhem. The original 1987 theme music complements the action with custom video scenes and events. All models include 3 fl ippers, 3 high speed ramps, and a hidden ninja training ball lock area.

Personal Player Shields

Andamiro’s Personal Player Shields (PPS) are machine-specifi c partitions for its two player station games. They are easy to install and provide a stylish separation solution for Andamiro’s SpongeBob Pineapple Arcade and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Made of 1/4” clear acrylic, they are lightweight, durable, fl exible and insulative. SpongeBob Pineapple’s shield, which installs between the game’s two front windows, has white trim along the outer edge and offers precise separation without attracting attention. Jurassic World’s shield is a freestanding system that slides into position. When the base is positioned under the cabinet front, the shield aligns to form a snug fi t between the two player stations.

New products from Unreal Ice Rinks

Spanish manufacturer of synthetic ice rinks Unreal Ice has launched two new products to the market. Bumper cars on ice mixes the adrenaline of traditional car cars with the new sensations brought about by sliding on an ice rink. Although they have been designed for synthetic ice rinks, they can also be adapted to real ice rinks by changing the wheels. They are remotely controlled, being able to choose the time of use or the music. The portable curling rink, meanhibeing able to practice this popular sport both indoors and outdoors all year round. Mounting and dismounting can be done in as little as 5 minutes, making it a very versatile attraction.

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Bob’s Space Racers hand sanitiser stations

Bob’s Space Racers (BSR) has developed and manufactured the “Hands-Free” Sanitiser Station. All-mechanical and activated by a foot-pedal, it does not require batteries, electricity, or sensors, allowing it to be portable and able to be placed anywhere there is a need for it. The sanitising station solution output can be easily controlled and adjusted. Durable and maintenance-free components allow continuous use in both indoor and outdoor locations. The “Hands-Free” Sanitiser Station can also feature custom graphics with an operator’s branding or advertising message.

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