PULASKI, WI -- New from Bay Tek Games are four games making their debut at IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando, FL. The show takes place this week, Nov. 15-18.
Chameleon Paradize, previously available only in two-player format, will ship in late November in a one-player size. The fast-reaction ticket vending kiddie game features updated wheel speed software and other enhancements.
Also shipping at month's end is Crank It Revolution, which challenges players to skillfully pull a lever and spin a drum to win tickets, free spins or a bonus jackpot depending on where the drum stops.
The same basic gameplay powers Big Bass Wheel and Big Bass Wheel Pro Jackpot, now featuring optional signage that can be mounted on two to six banked units to create an impressive attraction.
Entering production later this year is Bay Tek's Connect Four.
Earlier this year, Bay Tek launched an expanded line of alley bowlers. | SEE STORY
Established in 1977, Pulaski, WI-based Bay Tek manufactures redemption games and coin-op novelties.