Sega to introduce ICE games at EAG 2017
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Sega will introduce games Bean Bag Toss and Screwball, created by manufacturer ICE, to European markets at EAG International 2017 next week.
The announcement comes a day after Sega said it would be showing, and letting EAG visitors play, Daytona 3: Championship USA, Luigi’s Mansion Arcade, Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (arcade edition), Target Bravo: Operation Ghost and Let’s Go Island: Dream Edition.
Bean Bag Toss and Screwball are the creation of leading redemption manufacturer ICE.
ICE are the creators of hit games Down the Clown, Milk Jug Toss and Whack n Win. They have also inspired many operators to develop the now famous Skill Wall.
Bean Bag Toss fits right into that Skill Wall and continues on that classic carnival concept.
Simple and intuitive, Bean Bag Toss has players toss bean bags into target holes on a revolving disc, with the added feature of allowing them to score extra points by getting three holes of the same colour in a row.
“This game has instant ‘satisfaction factor’ as soon as you throw that first bag, just like Down the Clown, the player knows exactly what to do straight away and its good old fashioned fun…timeless!” Justin Burke from Sega said.
The second ICE game, Screwball, is a fast paced redemption game that also needs no instruction to play.
Players spin the paddle controller aiming to get 16 balls into all the available holes in the time given.
“This game has got a real ‘I wanna play again’ factor and draws a spectating crowd who want to play next,” Mr Burke said.
“With two levels of play and an attractive domed cabinet, this will fit into any FEC beautifully.”
The new ICE games will feature at EAG International 2017 expo, which takes place between January 17-19, 2017 at the ExCel London Exhibition Centre in London, UK.
Sega will be on stand 550, 550A, 550B and 550C.
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