Harry Levy pushes ahead in 2012


For Harry Levy Amusements, 2011 was ‘the year of the pusher’. This success looks set to continue in 2012 with a number of exciting new releases at the EAG show.

Two fantastic 12-player pushers will take centre stage in London next week. High Wire is a straight pusher and features a stunning top sign with a clown on the high wire. Helter Skelter is a round pusher and has an eye-catching top sign with a continuous flow of coins traveling down the helter skelter slide.

We head back to 1974 for the inspiration behind the Rumble in the Jungle pusher, which comes in a one and two-player format and ticket or cash payout. This features a unique ‘Thumper’ feature that gives players an avalanche of coins onto the playfield.

Tutti Frutti is a mouth-watering six-player pusher with a fun sundae-style top sign with changing colours. It features an inventive flipper/pusher combo, which sees the coins flipped up onto the pusher deck.

On the redemption front, Harry Levy is expecting a great response to Connect 4 which comes in an instantly recognizable, stunning cabinet. The incredibly successful Chameleon Paradize is now available as a one-player and other new releases include a Snakes n Ladders whacking game and X Terminator three-player reel-based game. In addition A Few Tickets More, a one-player ticket redemption reel-based game, will be on the stand.

Just released in time for the Olympics – Track n Field is a four-player ticket redemption game where players must roll coins onto targets on the playfield and avoid the holes.

The Harry Levy team will also be showing three brand new alley bowler lanes; Fireball Fury, Ally Oops and Beer Ball. Skate Air Hockey will be shown for the first time at EAG and is a completely new, original game concept.

A Toy Family Crane, Fancy Cutter prize vending game and Push Me Out prize vending game adds to the eclectic mix of products that promise something for every arcade.

This is just a taster of the huge range of pushers, redemption and novelty games on the Harry Levy stand 540.

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