his year, Big Top Amusements with help from Highway Games and Forward Amusements, showcased the latest Pinball Machines, along with new Revenue Concepts for Clubs, Venues, and FEC’s at the Australasian Gaming Expo in Sydney.
Thunderbirds, the first model pinball machine manufactured by Homepin, debuted on the stand and was greeted with a great reception from all who played it. Thunderbirds will be available for delivery later this year from Highway Games, through Big Top Amusements in Sydney, and Forward Amusements in Melbourne.
Highway Games’ own new pinball, Arcooda, also debuted on the stand. This is a virtual pinball which has multiple different pinball tables installed on it. Players can select from a large list of licensed classic and new games, and play until their heart’s content. It also features joysticks and buttons, so players can also play licensed arcade games on the same machine. There are many more great features on this machine, and it surely is the pinball machine of the future. Arcooda is also available from Highway Games, through Big Top Amusements in Sydney, and Forward Amusements in Melbourne.
One of Big Top’s new Revenue Concepts is “Play Till You Win”, a claw machine that is loaded with small toys, and all players are guaranteed to win. This concept has already been performing very well in clubs and venues where they have been placed, and reports back from these locations have been extremely positive.
Big Top works closely with clubs and venues to provide the right mix of amusement machines, to increase revenue, keep people in the venue longer, and to have them come back again. They have been operating amusements for over 30 years, and over this time have gained a great understanding on the games patrons enjoy playing, and the machines that generate high revenues. They are always open to meeting with new clubs and venues, and working with clients to provide the best coin-operated entertainment for their clientele.
Big Top is also proud of its partnerships with Highway Games and Forward Amusements, and anticipates the firm will be also present at AGE next year.