Over the last two years Pan Amusements has been developing a number of new games and electronic shooting galleries to offer operators high standard paid-for amusements to meet any budget and style of operation. These will feature strongly on the Pan Amusements stand at IAAPA 2012.
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The latest in the line is a midway water jet game ‘Beat the Clock’ which challenges players to race against time to drive balls up the play field into four holes before the time runs out. “The simple ideas are always the best and this is certainly one. Beat the clock is family fun that’s impossible to beat,” says Pan Managing Director Paul Whittaker.
“In addition we have also been extending our range of shooting galleries to include compact 4-gun and 3-gun galleries at specific price points and a single player gallery which offers all the fun of both gallery and game. 4-gun Professor Coggins and single player Sideshow will be on display.” A major boost before the show is that Pan has just taken an order for over 100 single player Sideshows from huge pizza chain Chuck e Cheese where great food, games, rides and entertainment are always non-stop.
Also on show will be one of Pan’s trademark bespoke electronic shooting galleries in which Pan is the world leader. ‘Pirates’ will be the theme to excite visitors with Dead Man’s Cove the featured gallery and Pan promises there will be special offers on bespoke galleries for anyone committing at the exhibition.
“Our aim is to continue to provide traditional family fairground fun with exceptional value for money. Payback on our galleries and games can be as little as six months,” adds Paul Whittaker.
Pan welcomes customers old and new to IAAPA Stand 1300.