Angry Birds Coin Crash is built for mass appeal and creates a level of excitement that keeps players glued to the game. Players work to build their tower of coins so they can crash it over the edge for a massive ticket win. Entertaining at every turn with multiple opportunities to win tickets, the impressive tower builder mesmerizes players, and unlike other pushers that feature collectibles, Angry Birds Coin Crash is self-contained with nothing to restock. Small footprint, built for massive revenues.
A new product for the highest-earning category of arcade games with a totally fresh concept and a world-renowned, all-ages IP keeps players glued to the game. Popular with people aged 8 to 88, Angry Birds Coin Crash is built for mass appeal and a level of excitement that keeps players engaged. Players work to build a tower of coins and crash it over the edge for a massive ticket win. Entertaining at every turn with multiple opportunities to win tickets, the impressive tower builder mesmerizes players, then keeps them playing until they push it off the playfield!
Unlike other pushers that feature collectible items, it’s self-contained with nothing to restock, and that means all its earnings add to your bottom line.
WE’VE COMPILED A FEW TIPS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR RESULTS WITH ANGRY BIRDS COIN CRASH
1. Dial in your payout: Do multiple test runs on the game and check the payout. Find the price per play and coins per credit that feels fair to guests and earns well for you. This is not a one size fits all setting – it will vary depending on your particular clientele and venue.
2. Provide stools: Having stools at each player station encourages guests to stay longer. For a game like Coin Crash, where players are willing to linger to try to win a tower, this can be very effective. Caveat: If you find that people are using the stools as a rest area and not actually playing, this may not be a good fit for your venue.
3. Always have a tower on the playfield: Our software allows you to create towers on-demand, so take advantage of it! Towers are what draw players in, so have your game room staff create towers as needed to encourage play.