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Hannah Hart takes a look at the latest games, rides and other pay-to play attractions to hit the amusements, indoor play and adventure play sector


Chaos Jump Minority Media


This next-gen VR arcade machine fuses advanced virtual reality technology and compelling gameplay with a compact footprint. Chaos jump is easily owner-operated and can be updated with a series of new titles, making it a dynamic turnkey VR platform for the out-of-home market.


Monster Bash Chicago Gaming


The third game in a series of Bally and Williams remakes, Monster Bash pinball is available in three models – Classic, Special, and Limited editions. All three models incorporate new features, including custom 3D sculpted topper, front molding, interactive RGB illuminations, moving LED targets, and an enhanced sound system. (Features vary by edition)


Piano Keys Bay Tek


Piano Keys is a single-player version of the classic Grand Piano Keys title, boasting an expanded song repertoire in a compact cabinet and marquee. Gameplay is the same as the two-player version; the player hits the oversized piano keys that match the coloured square on the monitor, accumulating points as they hit the right keys at the right time.


Storm Racer SEGA


SEGA’s Storm Racer takes arcade racing to the next level, with a super-fast driving experience and 14 tracks to master in 12 vehicles. Storm Racer is also linkable, meaning up to eight players can compete at one time. The cabinet also features a 37” screen, unique throttle for boosting, and auto/manual drift modes to suit beginners and experts.


Target Bravo Amusement Services International


The new upright version of ASI’s Target Bravo: Operation Ghost puts players in the shoes of Special Force Agents. Players need to utilise their precision shooting and quick reactions to complete six missions, and have brand new tools at their disposal to do so. Target Bravo is housed in a 55” LED” theatre edition.


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