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Issue Date: Vol. 49, No.10, October 2009, Posted On: 10/29/2009


Smart Industries Unveils Crack The Code, Updates Hollywood Photobooth


by Staff Reporter
Smart Industries, coin-op games, coin-op news, photo booth, photobooth, arcade game, arcades, family entertainment, crane games, crane machines, family entertainment center, FEC, Hollywood Photobooth, Crack the Code

Two new pieces are now available from Smart Industries. Crack the Code is an intriguing self-merchandising game that challenges players to match a series of rotating numbers to the correct safe combination. A successful match awards players an opportunity to vend a minor prize or risk it in order to try for a major prize.

The attractive steel blue cabinet motif and wide open prize visibility is supplemented with a single coin mech and engaging light and sound package. It comes equipped with dolly casters and measures 26" W. x 31" D. x 79" H., making for easy installation through standard doorways. The company touts the game as a natural for fun center or bar placement.

Smart’s Hollywood Photobooth is now packed in a slimmer, feature-filled adaptation of the factory’s sitdown 3-in-1 photobooth. It retains much of the earlier models’ capabilities and gear such as pose options (one, two or four poses, backgrounds and zany characters), 3.5" H. x 5" W. glossy prints, optional email/movie package and Sony digital camera and printer. The new all-metal cabinet design reduces its cumulative size by 12"; it also permits interchangeable decals for location-specific customization. It comes equipped with Mars bill validator, LCD flat-screen monitor and wedding or special event mode settings for rental opportunities.

Smart Industries is based in Des Moines, IA, and can be reached at (800) 553-2442 or online at smartind.com. The company got its start in the early 1960s as a traveling arcade, providing games for fairs, festivals and carnivals in the Midwest. It began manufacturing crane machines in the 1980s.


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