Andamiro broadens Soccer Safari lineup with new variations

Andamiro has announced that there are now three variations offered in its Soccer Safari family of compact soccer-shooting games for kids. The line extension includes the original two prize-vending models and a new ticket redemption version.

Rolling out earlier this year, the Soccer Safari venders are packaged in generic and licensed SpongeBob cabinets. The prize-dispensing games nicely complement bulk vending locations, retail walls and shopping malls, among other public sites, as well as arcades.

The newest Soccer Safari supports ticket redemption operations in cashless card-swipe venues, and in traditional quarter or token arcades. The redemption version, previewed during March’s Amusement Expo in New Orleans, ships in a SpongeBob cabinet.

Built with Andamiro quality, the pintsize game measures 22” W. x 35” D. x 66.5” H. and comes in at a stout 220 lbs. It easily fits in existing multi-machine platforms, which comprise bulk vending racks, claw machines, kiddie rides and other impulse devices.

In FECs, Soccer Safari satisfies the growing demand for more games that appeal to young patrons. A player fires mini soccer balls using two buttons and tries to defeat the moving goalkeeper to score: reach the high-score value to win the ticket bonus or a prize.

All models now benefit from recently added modifications, made above and below the playfield, that improve the ball return and shooting processes. And the vending version can now be loaded with product at both the front and back of the cabinet; it has a 200-unit capacity. All models support DBAs and ship with a coin mech.

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