Sunday, November 14, 2010

AMI Debuts new Cash Prize touchscreen game at IAAPA

Editor: Looks like they're picking up on some very popular social gaming examples. Be sure to check your local laws first.

AMI Entertainment Network is proud to announce its participation in the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo in Orlando, Florida, which begins on November 16.

Visitors to booth #1603 will have the opportunity to test their touchscreen skills on AMI’s new Prize Farm machine and win instant cash!

Prize Farm is AMI’s first skill-based coin-op machine offering instant cash payout in the U.S. AMI will be offering show attendees at the Orange County Convention Center the opportunity to play the new games for free and walk away with up to $50 cash. Visitors to AMI’s booth also will have the opportunity to play the newest games from the Megatouch 2011 software.

The latest release features nine new games, including Little Shop Road Trip, the sequel to 2010’s smash hit Little Shop of Treasures.

Philadelphia-based AMI Entertainment Network Inc. is a global provider of on-location digital entertainment, from touchscreen games and jukeboxes to streaming news, music, and video programming. It provides content-rich entertainment solutions to bars, restaurants, and commercial venues in over 30 countries worldwide through a wealth of product brands: Megatouch, Rowe, Rock-Ola, Gameswarehouse,, and Almotech. Expanding its digital portfolio to touchscreen PCs and mobile devices, AMI is at the forefront of touchscreen entertainment for any venue or platform.


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