Gamblit gaming will be unveiling innovative, soon to be announced hardware and several exciting new game titles, playable at its booth on the show floor at G2E Vegas 2018.
In partnership with Bandai Namco Amusement, the developer behind the iconic arcade game PAC-MAN, PAC-MAN Cash Chase will be available on Gamblit’s TriStation game machine and will make its world debut at G2E.
Gamblit’s engaging single-player TriStation hardware, now officially launched on casino floors, will offer G2E attendees a first look at brand new game titles including:
Road Redemption: The hit PC & console beat ‘em up racer from EQ games makes its exclusive debut on the TriStation platform;
Doodle Jump: The 250mm downloaded classic high-flying platform game, developed with Lima Sky lets players hop, skip and jump their way to success;
Brew Caps: Lets players put their eyes to the test by matching bottle caps as fast as they can in this Gamblit game;
Dice Arena: Players roll the dice, hack and slash in this Gamblit developed fantasy themed fighting game;
Squadron Commander: A Gamblit original where players bring their best warships and fire away to take out the enemy squadrons;
Cover Fire: Developed by Genera Games, this hit fast paced arcade shooter lets players win cash for taking on the oncoming robot army;
Deal or No Deal Poker: In collaboration with Endemol Shine Gaming, this title brings all the excitement of the international hit game show to casinos like never before!
Deal or No Deal Poker Special will also be showcased on Gamblit’s Model G interactive game tables.
PAC-MAN Battle Casino will also be featured in the Gamblit booth as it nears its fall launch into casinos, allowing players to battle it out for a cash prize where the last PAC-MAN standing wins.
See Gamblit’s latest titles and try them out at stand 4423 at the show.
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