CLARENCE, NY -- Innovative Concepts in Entertainment has introduced its latest ticket redemption piece, Treasure Quest. Featuring an eye-catching transilluminated pirate atop a four-foot-diameter wheel, it follows ICE's design philosophy of simplifying gameplay and maximizing enjoyment.
The player can spin the wheel clockwise or counterclockwise in an attempt to land on the jackpot bonus or another high-value spot and thereby win tickets. The pirate figurehead carries a "Bonus Tickets" LED display that signals ultimate success. The game has performed very well in tests, ICE reported.
The cabinet design attracts attention while communicating the ease and satisfaction of play, thus encouraging participation by players of all ages. This makes the game a good fit in family entertainment centers, ICE pointed out. Nautical and piratical artwork coupled with dynamic surround sound enhance the total playing experience.
ICE's new Treasure Quest stands 105" high and measures 46" wide x 32" deep. It operates on 110V power at 6A (or 220V at 3A). The company noted that, for the convenience of customers in other countries, the game and its packaging are engineered for efficient shipping in standard containers: a 20-ft. container can accommodate eight Treasure Quests, and a 40-ft. container can hold 18 games.
Options include a bill validator and provision for easy adaptation to debit-card use.
Clarence, NY-based Innovative Concepts in Entertainment has been developing popular redemption games for more than a quarter of a century; among current favorites are Cyclone, Wheel of Fortune and Deal or No Deal.
Information on ICE products may be found online at icegame.com, or requested by calling (716) 759-0370.