SCHAUMBURG, IL Sept. 23, 2004 - TLC Industries, Inc. (http://www.tlcind.com) will bring its launch lineup of four games to the AMOA International Expo, Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth 5131. The full lineup on display includes: Orbz, RC Cars, Hamster Ball, and Bandits: Phoenix Rising. Four different FlexArcade cabinet styles will also be displayed: 19" and 27" stand ups, 27" sit down and a 19" Junior sit down.
"FlexArcade was created to solve many of the issues that currently plague the industry," says Ed Bender, President of TLC Industries. "By designing FlexArcade to work with any FlexGame Pack, operators no longer have to purchase expensive dedicated hardware each and every time they want a new game. As a result, we believe operators will be able to lower the per-play price of their games while earning a higher return on investment, allowing them to buy more content from our rapidly expanding library of games and attract more people to play games."
For additional information about TLC Industries, FlexArcade and their AMOA show plans, please contact James Hills, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847-534-5120. At the show, please call: 703-585-1592.
Full descriptions of the games are available at: http://www.flexarcade.com/games/game_packs.html
FlexArcade was designed to fill a void in today's video game marketplace by providing operators with a constant stream of new game content at affordable prices. Operators purchasing new FlexGame Packs can change one cabinet to another by simply inserting a new CD, attaching a hardware security key and changing the marquee. Operators win by receiving inexpensive new games, developers win by having access to an expanded marketplace and gamers win by having tons of great new games to play.
About TLC Industries, Inc.
Founded in 1985, TLC Industries, Inc. is a recognized industry leader for is consistent commitment to premium quality construction, dependable delivery and meticulous attention to detail. The company's nearly twenty years of business also includes experience working with other leaders including Sega, Konami, Namco, Capcom and fellow Chicago-area companies Midway and Incredible Technologies.
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