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Pan Sideshow Single Player: Is it a shooting gallery or a game?


Pan Amusements Electronic Shooting Gallery Sideshow Single PlayerThe answer is it’s both. The same excellent play value which has made Pan Amusements the undisputed world leader in electronic shooting galleries is now available as game for one player.

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“It’s must for themed areas, FEC’s or arcades and a proven money spinner with an extremely quick payback, ” says Pan’s Managing Director, Paul Whittaker. “Venues have been looking for economically priced attractions and the single player Sideshow hits the mark perfectly, built to the exacting standards of a bespoke galleries yet taking up a very small area.”

Single player Sideshow packs in nine exciting targets with spinning plates, clown’s bowtie, stars, spirals and ducks. All targets have sound effects boosted by background music and an ‘encourage to play hit the bulls eye’ voice.

Already the new gallery, sorry game, is creating great interest both in the UK and USA. “Though it’s a proven and familiar formula operators actually see it as a different kind of attraction and therefore an addition to what they already have, ” adds Paul Whittaker.

Pan’s trademark galleries which operate in venues worldwide are still very popular but Pan know they have to respond to market conditions which they have done with 3 and 4 player galleries. This is a natural extension to its range. See the video:


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