Namco America and Namco Europe Limited have ramped up the manufacturing lines to try and keep up with the overwhelming demand for Barbercut Lite. Barbercut Lite is still the hot topic of conversation when it comes to merchandise games from this year’s IAAPA trade show. For over a year, owners of Barbercut Lite have reported phenomenal collection numbers. Excitement is so high that owners would stop by the Namco booth just to brag about their collection numbers and would take over the job of Namco personnel to demonstrate the game to other attendees that are unfamiliar with the machine. Orders are coming in at record breaking speed and Namco is doing everything they can to fulfill all orders as quickly as possible.
Barbercut Lite is being described as the “Evolution of the crane machine”. As a direct merchandiser, players immediately know how to play without having to master the rules to a separate game in order to win a prize. They just move to the right, then move forward to try to cut the string of their prize. If they succeed, it drops the prize into the bottom bin. The simple controls of the game make it fun and challenging for all that play.
Barbercut Lite is available from Namco America in both a white and a black cabinet. In the European market, Namco Europe Limited have made the game available in white, black and as a two player Deluxe cabinet as well.
Please visit www.namcoamerica.com or www.namco.co.uk for more information.
Namco America Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc. Namco America Inc. is committed to providing the ultimate interactive entertainment experience. NAI uses cutting-edge technology and advanced electronics to take their coin-operated video games far beyond traditional entertainment. NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc., which also has business related interests in films, toys, health equipment, consumer video software, and restaurants, is publicly traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and owns a number of other subsidiary entertainment companies around the globe.