Sega Launches Prize Arrow Skill-Based Redemption Merchandiser

Posted On: 4/13/2018

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CHESSINGTON, England -- Now available from Sega Amusements International is Prize Arrow, designed as a follow-up to Sega's popular Key Master redemption game.

The new game features a wheel, divided into eight sectors, that revolves when play is initiated. A fanciful depiction of a bow and arrow, with the arrow aimed straight up, adorns the bottom of the vertical panel that supports the wheel. Eight prize compartments are arranged above and on either side of the wheel, each corresponding to one of the wheel's segments.

The player's mission is to watch carefully as the wheel turns, and to release the arrow upward when the segment representing the desired prize is positioned directly above it. Success is rewarded by  immediate delivery of the prize.

"Prize Arrow is very easy to understand and, as a 100% skill game, tests player's accuracy to the max," Sega explained. "There is always a lot of excitement when playing Prize Arrow. As the game presents an easy challenge, a near miss to win often encourages repeat play." This encouragement is reinforced by the arrow's quick return to its starting position, ready for another shot.

The game measures 37" (94 cm.)  deep x 4" (104 cm.) wide x 89" (227 cm.) tall. Its secure, durable cabinet features large prize shelves that can be restocked quickly and easily. A prize-every-time option is available. Prize Arrow is now in stock and available for immediate shipment. Information may be had from local Sega distributors.