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Elton Games Create World’s Longest Roll-a-Derby


In a joint collaboration with the world famous Les Pavillons de Bercy of Paris, Elton Games Ltd have created the world’s longest Roll- A – Ball Derby Game.

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Incorporating  models owned by the Museum dating back to 1878, Elton have created not just a traditional Derby game but also an incredible visual spectacle. 

The Game measuring over 11 metres in length (37FT), has the unique ability to be controlled by the museums computer system.  This enables Pavillons de Bercy to simulate the original mechanical theatre Forain Morieux, which played in Paris between 1808 and 1920.  A new show mode created by Elton , together with De Bercey’s  sound and lighting system has achieved the high specification required.

With two twelve player traditional Derby Games already on the complex, Elton are thrilled to be part of this latest installation.

Les Pavillons de Bercy

The Pavillons de Bercy, Paris, is home to a museum of funfair objects in three themed venues: The Marvelous Theater, The Venitians Lounges and The Fairground Art Museum.

Elton Games

Elton Games has been making the world famous Elton Derby group redemption game for over 35 years.  From our factory in Southport, England we have installed our redemption games in 300 locations in over 57 countries worldwide.  Over 90% of these games are still in operation today.

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