LAI Games, a leader in the interactive entertainment and gaming industry, has announced it will debut a new target-shooting video game, called Outnumbered, at IAAPA Expo in November.
LAI Games is pleased to reveal more details of its latest game, ahead of its debut at IAAPA Expo in Orlando this November. Outnumbered is an exciting target-shooting game, that can be played by one or two players at a time.
Outnumbered is designed to drive traffic by rewarding guests each time they play, meaning that venues will enjoy repeat visits. Players are able to unlock new content within the game every time they take a turn. In turn, they can use this to create and upgrade custom weapons when using Outnumbered’s free companion app, Weapon Forge.
Driving repeat gameplay
Gamers can also save their progress, meaning that when they use the app to log in at the cabinet they are able to start playing where they left off and keep building their score. They can use points to create new weapons and then use them in the game as they continue to progress.
The app also tracks scores around the world, allowing players to find the closest game and see how they measure up against live global leaderboards.
LAI Games Marketing Director Tabor Carlton will be presenting more information about the new game in an AMOA Associate Member Product Spotlight on Monday, October 7th from 10-11 am Central time. AMOA members can register for the webinar here.
In addition to Outnumbered, LAI Games will also be debuting another new product at IAAPA Expo in November: a mixed reality alley bowling game called Amazing Alley. The two-lane redemption game is augmented by colourful and dramatic holographic feedback when players manage to get their balls into the holes. Bonus points can also be won throughout the game.