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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


Funny Birds Sacona Entertainment


Funny Birds has undergone a number of upgrades to enhance its user experience. Children aged four to 18 are challenged to catch eggs coming out of the hen houses and rack up points. Now, Funny Birds has introduced two-player capability, redemption tickets, Embed and Semnox tap-card integration, software-based eggs detection, and Wi-Fi remote access control.


Redemption Kiosk Semnox Solutions


This first-of-its-kind redemption kiosk offers a fast gift redemption process, where customers scan their card or ticket receipt to see what prizes are available to them, then submit their redemption order request. This kiosk also provides for segregation of redemption orders to enable quick identification of orders that are pending, those in progress, and the ones delivered.


Let’s Bounce Betson


Bouncing ping pong balls off illuminated tiles is the name of the game in Let’s Bounce, which touts competitive gameplay with heaps of suspense. There are 20 balls to aim, 45 illuminated tiles, and a soundtrack provided by Georges Bizet’s Carmen Overture. Players are pit against the clock to rack up their high-score.


Carriage Automaty Kupper


Automaty Kupper’s newest coin-op offering is the Carriage; a candy pink horse-drawn chariot that comes with its own monitor and interactive in-ride game, as well as LED lights. Riders are rocked back and forth, and can take part in a cartoon race by using the buttons inside the carriage.


House of the Dead Scarlet Dawn SEGA


Sega has announced the return of House of the Dead, due to launch at IAAPA 2018. The cabinet’s 3D moulding gives a sense of zombies trying to escape, colour-changing lights accentuate the shifting shadows, and a 3D zombie startles passers-by with a shriek. House of the Dead utilises the Unreal Engine 4, has a 1080p full HD screen, and two skill levels for players.


64 OCTOBER 2018


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