Benchmark Games’ electric new ticket redemption game, Tesla Tower, will be a staple feature of its Amusement Expo International booth this year.
The Expo is being held in Dallas, Texas, US, between March 15-17.
, a manufacturer of high profit redemption machines, is based in Florida, US. One of its newest products is the Tesla Tower, a skill-based machine that challenges players to stop the light on its ascending six levels.
The higher a player gets, the faster the light goes and the more lucrative the reward gets.
It is now shipping.
The visually-compelling Tesla Tower is designed with Nikola Tesla in mind, paying homage to the legendary inventor's "Tesla Tower" which was an early wireless transmission station he designed and built in 1902.
Benchmark's Tesla Tower
joins the ranks of the factory's other redemption games, including Monster Drop and others.
"Tesla Tower adds to our tradition of building the industry's most profitable games,” Benchmark President Al Kress said.
“Our games are high earning, hold their resale value, and enjoy long lasting customer retention.
“You rarely see a used Benchmark game for sale in an auction or listed in back of an industry trade publication.”
The one player Tesla Tower features include:
360 degree visibility
LED light effect (making a room showpiece)
Marquee light feature synced with the game play
Low maintenance – no motors, celluloid, mechanical parts
No auto per centages – 100 per cent skill-based