Balloon Buster Breaking All Records

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Dallas, TX, September 10, 2014 – LAI Games announces that the carnival themed merchandiser, Balloon Buster, is their most successful game of the past three years, with the 1000th unit soon to come off the production line. The game has had an accelerated roll-out to major operators who are seeing great revenues as players embrace the unique, simple and nostalgic game. One of the top prize vendors on the market since its release in 2012, Balloon Buster has since been enhanced with new features including auto-alignment for ease of operator set-up, and an all-skill option.

Operators are reporting success with the game in FECs, bowling centers, arcades, malls, and national retail operations. Jeff Peveler, Director of Operations for National Entertainment Network said,

“NEN has been extremely pleased with the Balloon Buster from LAI. Customer satisfaction and revenue generation have been extremely positive. The eye catching design and ease of play are great.”

About Balloon Buster
This carnival-themed prize merchandiser has nostalgic appeal for all audiences. Players must guide a dart through a hole and pop a balloon to win one of the five available prizes. Simple, quick game play encourages repeat attempts. Vintage-looking cabinet graphics and carnival barker voice prompts add to the fun. Operators can choose from global or individual prize adjustment settings. An all-skill version of Balloon Buster is also available.

For more information, call Chris Brady at 817-235-7773 or email The game will be on display at the upcoming IAAPA Attractions Expo, November 18-21, 2014, Booth #415.

About LAI Games
LAI Games, a subsidiary of Helix Leisure, has been a leader in the interactive entertainment and game industry for over 50 years. The company develops, manufactures, and sells coin and card operated prize merchandising games, ticket redemption games, photo booths, and kiddie rides to distributors, operators, and entertainment centers around the world. For more information, please visit