Companies that make amusement vending machines designed to award high-value prizes are likely to offer skill-only versions of their most popular games.
Prize Locker from Sega features the same gameplay as Key Master (2011), but it has no adjustable controls for dispensing rewards. It has a three-button interface to direct the mechanism.
Andamiro's Magic Shot is very similar to its iCube (2012) merchandiser, but its prize-disbursement ratio cannot be calibrated. It uses only a single-button control. On both new games, the play mechanisms work the same as before, but their corresponding target openings have been modified so that more skill is required to succeed. Prize Locker and Magic Shot will be available as kits to update their predecessors.