LAI Games to debut all-new Mini Virtual Rabbids at EAG International Expo 2020

LAI Games, a leader in the interactive game industry, is set to debut its new 2020 lineup at the Entertainment, Attractions and Gaming (EAG) International Expo next week.

LAI Games is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing a range of new products at EAG International Expo 2020, including a the new Mini Virtual Rabbids model. The show is the premier event for the international entertainment, attractions & gaming industries and takes place at London’s ExCel from 14 – 16 January.

Mini Virtual Rabbids combines the award-winning game-play of the original model with a lower, more compact screen.  This makes it ideal for locations with low ceiling heights.

European premieres

In addition to this new model, the original and much-loved Virtual Rabbids games will be on show at EAG International Expo 2020, as well as the three new experiences that launched in 2019. The team will also be highlighting several other games at the show which are new to the European market, such as Outnumbered, HYPERpitch and Toy Frenzy.

Outnumbered is a two-player target shooter, designed to drive repeat play through its companion app, Weapon Forge. Players can use the app to save their progress and log in at the cabinet each time, unlocking new and custom content as they clear each game stage.

The ball throwing game HYPERpitch allows players to challenge each other with their pitching skills and is sure to draw a crowd with its dynamic lighting and explosive sound effects. Meanwhile, the family-friendly Toy Frenzy enables up to three players to work together or to compete with each other. They must free suspended toys by shooting ropes from oversized blaster cannons.

All these games will be available for show visitors to try for themselves at the Harry Levy Booth #600.

LAI Games also recently announced that it enjoyed its biggest and most successful IAAPA Expo to date in Orlando last November. The company showcased a wide selection of games on its booth, which was packed with visitors throughout the event.