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ICE Debuts Shell Game Addition To Price Is Right Redemption Lineup

Posted On: 6/5/2011

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CLARENCE, NY -- Innovative Concepts in Entertainment said it is shipping the latest in its growing line of officially licensed "The Price is Right" redemption games. The new model, The Price Is Right Shell Game, incorporates the play principle of the ancient thimblerig or shell game -- but an honest one.

PHOTO: Technicians conduct final quality assurance tests on brand-new The Price Is Right Shell Game video redemption pieces at Innovative Concepts in Entertainment's upstate New York factory.

The player surmounts two challenges to win a prize. The first is to keep track of a diamond that is displayed on the game's 32" horizontal LCD monitor that moves swiftly from one inverted cup to another (five in all), and when the shuttling stops, to choose the cup hiding the jewel.

Success with that first step allows the patron to advance to the Showcase Showdown: a video graphics depiction of the trademark big wheel spinning and a chance to win the super bonus.

The Price Is Right Shell Game measures 95" high (with eye-catching marquee publicizing the Super Bonus) and features a space-saving footprint that is only 35" wide x 32" deep. Options include a stool for sitdown play, a bill validator and an interface for a card reader. It runs on 110V., 6A. or 220V., 3A. power. The game is designed for economical packing in standard containers for international sales: 20- and 40-ft. containers will accommodate 12 and 24 Shell Games, respectively.

ICE observed that the The Price Is Right Shell Game is an attractive complement to its earlier video redemption game, the popular Deal or No Deal. Information on Innovative Concepts in Entertainment products may be found at