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LAKEWOOD, NJ -- Coastal Amusements Inc. is readying the launch of two new games for the redemption market.
Standing 10 ft. tall, Crazy Clock is being marketed as a main attraction piece for redemption operations. Play is based on a boardwalk wheel game, popular for generations on the Jersey Shore, which challenges players to stop clock hands. There are various standard win types and 12 different ways to win the progressive bonus.
Coastal's Sal Mirando said that the prominent, bright and animated presentation Crazy Clock is sure to attract players. The cabinet, which is 5 ft. wide, is dominated by a larger-than-life classic alarm clock with two bells on top -- looks like the mechanical, windup type -- that sits on top of nightstand.
Also new from Coastal is Tutti Fruitti, a touchscreen "fruit" game that the manufacturer says is 100% skill-based. Players identify and match symbols to win tickets. Winnings are based not only on recognition, but also on speed. "The faster the player recognizes and touches the winning symbols, the more the player wins," Mirando explained.
Tutti Fruitti is also available with a progressive bonus sign that can link with up to eight games on a network.
Information can be had from the manufacturer by calling (732) 905-6662 or visiting coastalamusements.com.