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Fairground Electronic whack attack panel

Fairground Electronic whack attack panel

Product Code: TFA007150

Product Size:
800mm x 1200mm

Available Colours:
Main panel colour options available

Product Usage:
Indoor

Other Comments:
Options : Mains power with transformer option available

Traditional Fairground Shoot Out !

Fairground Shooting Interactive Game
The Shooting Gallery game it is easy to follow, easy to play, VERY addictive and has generated a lot of competitive amongst the staff, trying to beat each other's best scores.

The game features a narrated introduction and countdown to start the game, the LED's light up and flash in a random sequence and when you touch the stainless steel sensors the light goes out, the unit plays a sound (quack, tin can, glass smashing or target noise) and you score a point which registers on the 2 digit LED scoreboard. Each game lasts around 40 seconds.


 


PlayTronic light and sound reaction game features
  • LED illuminated stainless steel sensors
  • 2-digit LED score readout
  • Electronic narrated welcome and instructions
  • Fun sounds to accompany correct hits
  • Rechargeable battery pack with long run time
Educational Information

The Shooting Gallery game will help develop hand eye coordination, reactions, senses and minor physical ability in children as part of Key Stage development




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