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Coast To Coast's Hurricane Tunnel Brings Stormy Thrills To Coin-Op
Issue: Vol. 55, No. 1, January 2015
Author: Hank Schlesinger



Incredible Technologies' LoonyTIX Ships In Modular 'Videmption' Cabinet
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
LoonyTIX introduces IT's new "videmption" game cabinet, dubbed IMPACT. It is designed for player approachability and easy maintenance [video]
Author: Nick Montano

TouchTunes Decks Jukeboxes With Holiday Music And PhotoBooth Themes
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
--press release
Author: TouchTunes Press Release

Valley-Dynamo Returns To International Table Soccer Federation
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
The international Table Soccer Federation voted to sanction Valley-Dynamo's Tornado foosball for the federation's tournaments worldwide. Tornado thus becomes ITSF's fifth official table."We are very proud to again be associated with ITSF," said Valley-Dynamo owner Kelye Stites...
Author: Nick Montano

California's New Hero Distributing Partners With TouchTunes To Serve Western Jukebox Operators
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Hero Distributing, a new coin-op sales and service venture from operator Michael Martinez, sells the newest TouchTunes products and maintains a dedicated technical center. It also markets used and refurbished equipment...
Author: Nick Montano

Doug Minter Dies At 91; Built Northern Nevada's Largest Amusement And Vending Operation
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Otto "Doug" Minter, an amusement and vending machine operator, died on Dec. 10. Minter and his wife, Elizabeth Florence Taylor, started Tip Top Amusement Co. in the early 1970s in Carson City...
Author: Nick Montano



Indie Games Are On Exhibit At Seattle's EMP Museum
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Author: Hank Schlesinger



Viral: Australians Win Mega Jackpot In Japanese Arcade
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
[video]
Author: Hank Schlesinger

CEMA Sets 2nd California Spotlight Show In La Mirada On Jan. 22
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Author: Tim Sanford

Jukebox License Office Releases 2015 Standard And AMOA Rates
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
The Jukebox License Office has published its rates for 2015. The annual license fee for the first jukebox is $476, up from the present $468. AMOA members save 26% on subsequent licenses...
Author: Nick Montano

U.S. Mint Report Recommends No Change To Composition Of Coins
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
"Based on the response from coin industry stakeholders, the estimated industry cost ($2.4 billion to $6 billion) to accommodate an alternative metal for circulating coins that incorporates a change to the weight or EMS [electromagnetic signature] characteristics far exceeds the estimated annual government savings ($46 million to $57 million)," the report concluded...
Author: by Tim Sanford and Nick Montano

Apple Industries Unveils Face Place Photo Studio With Star Appeal
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Photo Studio, the latest in the Face Place line of digital photobooths, offers one or several patrons the opportunity to participate in the "celebrity photo experience" with live-action actors...
Author: Hank Schlesinger

Raid In Houston Suburb Nets 100 8-Liners
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Author: Hank Schlesinger

AMI Entertainment Publishes Jukebox Playlist Of Holiday Favorites
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Material for the 2014 playlist was chosen to appeal to a range of musical tastes, from traditional to contemporary, and all kinds of occasions, from quiet to jolly...
Author: by Staff Reporter

TouchTunes Announces Most-Played Jukebox Artists, Songs In 2014 Yearend Charts; Bryan, Church, AC/DC Dominate
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Fast-rising country performer Luke Bryan was TouchTunes' Top-Played Artist in 2014, closely followed by AC/DC and Eric Church. TouchTunes issued its annual yearend music charts in early December...
Author: Nick Montano

Photo-Me First-Half Profit Climbs On Lower Manufacturing Costs; Photobooth Segment Grows 5.2%
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Photo-Me attributed its improved performance to lower administrative expenses and significantly reduced manufacturing costs of both its photobooths and laundry machines, which the company outsourced to China and Hungary, respectively...
Author: Emily Jed



Street Corner Pong
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Three German design students install small videogame units featuring Pong at intersection in city of Hildesheim. Pedestrians at opposite corners test their classic videogame skills against each other...
Author: Hank Schlesinger



Ralph Baer, Who Invented The First Videogame, Dies At 92
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Ralph Henry Baer, an American videogame pioneer, inventor and engineer, died on Dec. 7. Noted for his many contributions to the electronic gaming industry, Baer is widely regarded as the "The Father of Video Games." He was 92...
Author: Nick Montano

AMI Entertainment Releases Caching Feature For Video Jukeboxes, Broadens Content
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
The AMI Entertainment Network has rolled out a video caching option for its music video-enabled jukeboxes. The company also has announced a program for weekly video content updates...
Author: Nick Montano

Unit-e Introduces Neon FM Music Game With Smartphone Interface; Who Changed The Speed?
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Unit-e Technologies may have taken a giant step into the future of coin-op entertainment with its new Neon FM music-themed game. It incorporates a state-of-the-art music game into a slim-profile cabinet, and is geared to both the casual player and hardcore videogame dance fan...
Author: Hank Schlesinger

Kiddie Ride Innovator Roger Newborough Dies
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Roger Newborough Kiddie ride pioneer Roger Newborough died on Nov. 13. He was 68. Newborough founded England's Jolly Roger (Amusement Rides) Ltd. in 1988 with William Hennessy. Newborough was the front man for what became one of the most innovative kiddie ride companies of its time, and Hennessy ran the factory...
Author: Nick Montano

TouchTunes Sponsors Jon Taffer's 'Raise Your Bar' Sweepstakes
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
--press release
Author: TouchTunes Press Release

What's In A Name? Not 'Flappy' For One Arcade Game
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Released in August as Flappy Tickets, Adrenaline Amusements' latest arcade game has been renamed Flying Tickets. In this skill-based redemption videogame, players guide virtual birds through obstacles to win tickets...
Author: Nick Montano

Francis 'Mad Frankie' Fraser Is Dead; Keep Calm And Carry On
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Francis "Mad Frankie" Fraser, who earned a reputation as an enforcer and gangster, was allegedly part owner of south London-based Atlantic Machines, a coin-op company...
Author: Hank Schlesinger

Anthony Catanoso Dies; Former North Wildwood Mayor Was Known As Friend To Coin-Op
Issue: Vol. 54, No. 12, December 2014
Author: Hank Schlesinger

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