LAI Games to showcase 2020 game line up at Amusement Expo International

LAI Games, a leader in the interactive game industry, is heading to Amusement Expo International 2020 in New Orleans to showcase its latest games.

LAI Games is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at Amusement Expo International 2020, which takes place from 9 – 11 March in New Orleans, Louisiana. The team is looking forward to greeting visitors to its booth during the show, where it will have a range of hit games on display.

LAI Games will be demonstrating a number of new games on its booth. This includes a new twist on the traditional coin pusher, an app-augmented target shooter and a competitive pitching game, as well as family-friendly redemption games and the ever-popular Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride.

New games on show

One key game that attendees will be able to try for themselves is the target shooter Outnumbered, supported by an app which is specifically designed to bring visitors back for repeat play. By saving their progress on the app, players can build on their high scores, and even generate custom content.

Those looking for competition can enjoy HYPERpitch. This ball-throwing game allows players to challenge each other with their pitching skills and adds to the drama with dynamic lighting and explosive sound effects.

Meanwhile, families can enjoy Toy Frenzy as they free toys by using oversized blaster cannons, either working together or competing against each other. There is also the fun Monster Munch ticket muncher.

In addition to this, the company will also be showcasing last year’s AMOA Innovator Award winner Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride. Visitors will be able to experience the Expansion Pack which contains three new rides, including the industry’s first interactive ride for unattended VR.

The company will also be promoting a free T-shirt giveaway for their online parts store and can be found at booth #205.

Also on show will be Pearl Fishery, LAI Games’ latest coin-pusher, which it recently reported is exceeding operators’ expectations, earning more than expensive, large-scale pushers.