Just prior to Amusement Expo, LAI Games announced the availability of three cabinet models for the popular Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride VR experience – standard, compact and mini. The company explained that the smaller models were “specifically designed for locations with height restrictions or low ceilings, allowing operators of varying venue types to take advantage of the game’s proven track record of high revenues.”
The standard model is described as the “premium centerpiece attraction” with its attention-getting acrylic signage and a huge 55” monitor. The compact model is virtually identical to the standard, only it has a mid-size, 32” monitor and no acrylic header. (They noted this one is ideal for locations like cruise ships where ceiling height is lower than traditional venues.)
Rabbids mini with its 23” monitor fits comfortably in nearly any space, LAI says, noting that the configuration still allows onlookers to view the action, just in the most compact format possible. They advise that it’s the best choice for route operators placing the experience at bars and other places with very limited height requirements.
One thing stays the same throughout – each offers guests “the same powerful VR experience.” They use the same body, HTC Vive headsets, cutting-edge D-box motion bases and the premium Ubisoft content. The Big Expansion Pack can be added to any of the models to add three more experiences to the lineup, for a total of six rides to thrill guests. (Learn more at www.laigames.com/virtual-rabbids.)
In addition to Rabbids, LAI will be showcasing its full 2020 game lineup at Amusement Expo (booth #205) this week, which also includes Pearl Fishery, “the mega-earning twist on a coin pusher.”
They’ll also have the app-augmented target shooter Outnumbered, specifically engineered for repeat play; the competitive HYPERpitch; the family-friendly video redemption game Toy Frenzy; and the Monster Munch ticket eater.