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Interactive Touch Play Table

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Description

Creating a Memorable Guest Experience to all who visit your establishment! Perfect for kids waiting rooms, family areas, day care centers, hospitals, medical offices, schools, libraries, restaurants and homes! 

The 32” INTERACTIVE TOUCH PLAY TABLE has already been distributed in 40 countries with leading hotels (Marriott, Hyatt, Sandals Resorts, Starwood, Disney Hotels, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Baha Mar Resort,  and others), over 35 leading children’s hospitals, 50 Ronald McDonald Houses, dental offices, schools, and libraries. Guests and staff both love the collaboration and fun because the games are multi-player and we have 21 games for all age groups.

Features:

  • Includes 12 games on your first table, 8 games thereafter but more games may be purchased
  • Select from 21 different games
  • Built for public use 24/7
  • 40 points of touch
  • Custom logo branding for free
  • Easy to Clean
  • 3-year warranty
  • FREE SHIPPING

The PLAY table screen is full HD and the dimensions are: 32"L x 20"W x 22"H

We recommend about 19” high seat to allow at least 3” of clearance under the console.

For NEW customers, we can provide four free extra games (an additional $400 value) so the table will start with 12 games. You can also purchase additional games over time.

Available games:

  • Air'Hockey is an updated version of the classic family favorite. Two players pass and deflect the hockey puck, playing offense and defense simultaneously. The score is displayed on the virtual hockey field, and the first player to score 10 goals is the winner.
  • Baccarat'Touch is a version of Punto Banco, a classic casino game based on chance. Players do not compete against each other, but bet on a central game between Player and Banker. Both Banker and Player try to get as close to 9 as possible with their card combination. The initial deal is 2 cards, with Banker and Player following a set of rules for a possible third card.
  • Balloons'Touch is a competitive game for all ages, where up to four players test their speed and hand eye coordination. Each player selects an active side of the screen, which has a designated color. The center will then fill with a collection of balloons in as many colors as there are players. Using a single finger, players can "pop" the balloons. The goal is to pop as many of your own color in the time limit as possible, without popping any of your competitors' balloons for them! Each popped balloon is one point, and the player with the highest score at the end of each 45 second round is the winner.
  • Blackjack'Touch is an interactive game of blackjack, allowing up to 3 users or a combination of humans and bots to play against the dealer. The object is score as close to 21 as possible without going over. Bet anywhere from $1 to $100, all virtual money, no currency exchange is accepted. Be careful with strategy: anything over 21 loses!
  • Casino'Touch is a game of Boule, similar to Roulette. Up to 6 users play together and take turns placing bets. As in a real game of Boule, players can make bets on individual numbers, colors (red or black), odd or even, or low/high (Low=1,2,3,4, High 6,7,8,9). The wheel is then spun, and a virtual marble will fall into one of the pockets. Any player who wins with an individual number is paid out that number X 7. Any player betting on color, odd/even, or low/high will be paid out the marble's number X 1.
  • Curling'Touch is a new take on the classic game of shuffleboard, perfect for adults and children of all ages. It can be played either single player or multiplayer, with 5 curling pucks on each side of the board. Players "flick" their pucks toward a center target and score points when the puck successfully lands on the target. The center circle is worth 50 points! Scores are kept for each player, and whoever has the most points after all the pucks have been played is the winner!
  • Domino'Touch. Each half of the domino is a number represented by 1 - 6 dots. Players begin with 7 dominoes. Moving clockwise, players place a tile of theirs into the center, matching the outside number of one of the end tiles already on the board. If a player does not have a move, they may draw from the tile till until they do. If no tiles are left, they pass their turn to the next player. The winner's total is the sum of the leftover tiles.
  • Match'Touch is a fun matching game that tests general knowledge across several categories. Simpler categories are great for young children learning vocabulary and spelling; more challenging categories test your historical and cultural knowledge! 15 tiles are displayed on screen, 8 of which are images and the other 7 are text. The tiles are 7 pairs, where the image must be matched with its name. Players tap the tiles two at a time to link a match; active tiles are outlined in orange to let the player know. If they successfully pair a match, the image and its text title disappear. If the match was incorrect, the tiles will remain with a white border until they are matched. The game is finished when all 7 pairs are found, and one unique image will remain on screen.
  • Test your math skills with Numbers'Touch, an educational game to help children practice their basics in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. An equation is shown on screen with 3 variables, such as 8 X 2 = __ . The background will be filled with numbered tiles, some representing the correct answer and others will be incorrect. Players must drag a correct tile to their stack so that the equation is true, before time is up. The position of the blank in the equations will shift to keep gameplay varied. The player with the highest ending score wins!
  • Paint'Touch is a 3-in-1 game including coloring pages, connect-the-dot puzzles, and mazes. There is also a blank canvas to let children use their own creativity without any of the normal mess! Up to 4 children can draw, color and erase their drawings as many times as they wish. They can also navigate labyrinths and do other puzzles, with the option to send completed projects to friends and family via email and social media.
  • Planet'Touch teaches children how to preserve the environment and raises their awareness of sustainable development. The application allows them to pick up rubbish from a verdant park representing our planet, where flies and butterflies are found alongside walkers and picnickers. An animated and magical area that will awaken their respect for nature.
  • Pong'Touch is an adaptation of the famous arcade game, where up to 4 players pass and deflect balls around the virtual table. Using their finger, players move their goal protector back and forth to prevent balls from entering their own goal while trying to aim toward the other players' goals. Each goal scored against them lowers a player's health, which is indicated by their colored meter. The last person standing wins.
  • Puzzle'Touch is a digital jigsaw puzzle for all ages, with the added bonus of helping logic and organizational skills in young children. As the game begins, players select a category of images from which they will choose a puzzle, and then choose an individual image. The image will disassemble into puzzle pieces users will need to put back together. There are 3 levels of difficulty.
  • Quiz'Touch is a fun way to test your skills with trivia questions from dozens of categories. Two to four players can play, competing against each other and the clock to answer trivia. A question is presented in the center with 4 possible choices. The first person to guess correctly wins that round and the points awarded are added to their score. Comes with 20 themes & around 1000 questions!
  • Race'Touch allows up to 4 players to compete simultaneously on a virtual race track. There are 4 levels: Easy, Medium, and Difficult. Rotating your fingers around the steering wheel will guide the car. Watch out! If your race car wanders off screen, you are out for the round. The first player to cross the finish line is the winner.
  • Shapes'Touch is an organizational and logic game for young children in the process of learning shapes, colors, and relative sizes. The center screen is filled with different shaped slots of varying size, and with borders of several different colors. To the right and left of the screen are filled shapes that match one of the center slots. Children must recognize the similarities and differences and correctly drag each shape on the side to its center match. When shapes align, they will lock in place. There are 3 levels of difficulty
  • Shuffle'Touch is a quick thinking word game requiring players to form words from a limited selection of letters within the time limit. Each player has a 5X4 grid of randomly selected letters. Players then create words by dragging their finger in a line between adjacent letters. The smallest word length accepted is 2 letters, and every letter in the word must be touching the string for it to count. Points are awarded based on letters used, with more difficult letters valued higher.
  • Snap'Touch is a fun new way to play Memory Match, a game for all ages that tests memory, logic and organization skills. 21 image tiles are displayed on screen with the blank side up. Of the tiles, there are 10 matched pairs and one unique image. Players tap the tiles two at a time, searching for pairs. Only two tiles are visible at the same time; if they are a match, they disappear from the screen. If they do not match, they turn back over and the player must do their best to remember which images are where! The game is finished when all the pairs are found and the one unique image is all that remains.
  • Sudoku'Touch is a logic game allowing up to 4 players to fill a 9×9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 sub-squares that compose the grid contain all of the digits from 1 to 9. Each grid begins partially completed and has one unique solution. The games are timed, with high scores saved. The hint button helps if players get stuck, but no high score will be awarded for a win that used the hint.
  • Tic-Tac-Toe'Touch, also known as noughts and crosses, is a tactical game for 2. The players choose X or O, and take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid. The X player goes first. The player who succeeds in placing three respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins the game.
  • Words'Touch is an educational game to help children practice spelling, organization, and gain confidence in their vocabulary. An image is shown on screen with a number of alphabetical tiles. Players must recognize the image and pull the appropriate tiles into their stack to spell the word correctly within the time limit. Points are awarded based on difficulty, with one correct answer moving to the next image. The player with the highest ending score wins! 

TESTIMONIALS:

JW Marriott Hill Country Resort & Spa, San Antonio (largest Marriott resort in the US) - “Our goal as hoteliers is to provide experiences that our guests can’t necessarily replicate at home and the PLAY table accomplishes said goal.  Since 2014, the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa, have integrated the use of PLAY tables in our public space to enhance and elevate our overall resort experience for our guests.  From toddlers to adults, they are in constant use and the source of much excitement, enhancing our “Great Room” experience.  All are enthralled, as the tables provide a welcomed source of entertainment, specifically for our younger JW guests, who were raised with tablets and smartphones. “ -- Mario J. Bass,Director of Sales & Marketing, JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa 

Phoenician Resort, Arizona - “Here at the Funicians Club we have had the pleasure to enjoy one of the PLAY tables.  One of the many great things about the PLAY table is, is that it’s not just for one age group it’s for everyone, toddlers, school aged kids, teens to adults. We have a time every day that our guests can come in and enjoy our club and one of the highlights is the PLAY table. When the kids come in, their eyes light up and realize there isn’t just one game to play and not just one person can play with it. Their reactions are “Wow, this touch table is amazing,” “ We are having so much fun, ” and “ I want to play longer!” The games are very interactive and each very different to which creates an even more creative and engaging atmosphere. “– Kelcee Sherman, The Phoenician Recreation Supervisor 

Sandals Resorts – Beaches Negril, Jamaica - “The guest response is exciting and creating a really awesome buzz.” - Group Entertainment Director for Sandals Resorts.

Ronald McDonald House of Charleston,SC - “Everyone, including guests and staff, LOVE our play table.  It’s in use all the time, and the children are intrigued by the different games! “ -  Alix Tew, Director of Development.

Ronald McDonald House of Manitoba - “Our little guy was just lying in his hospital bed and asking to go home and didn’t know why we were still here. But as soon as he got on this amazing PLAY table he lit up and forgot about being in the hospital. He is happy & having fun while playing and has forgotten about where he is. Priceless to see him back to his old self!” – Jason’s Mom.

Cleveland Clinic , Fairview Hospital, Ohio - “The table is a huge hit  in the inpatient pediatric unit. We love it!” – Jessica Timms, Child Life Manager.

Shenandoah Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, Virginia - “At Shenandoah Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, our goal is to engage the patient from the moment they walk in the door to the moment they leave. Our PLAY table has been able to enhance this experience for children of all ages as well as their parents. When our patients walk through the door they immediately run to the table full or excitement. We have had numerous parents and children state that they need one for their homes, and children who refuse to leave due to wanting to play longer. Our PLAY table has become an essential part of our office.” -  Dr. Melissa Gibson

Uptown Pediatric Dentistry, New Orleans - “At Uptown Pediatric Dentistry we’ve been enjoying our new PLAY interactive table since for about six months. We see kids of all ages and the table has been a big hit, for kids as well as parents. It’s not unusual for kids to want to stay after their appointment to spend more time on the table. It’s incredibly unique and engaging, very popular with our patients”.  – Dr. Stephen Holmes

Kingsport Public Library, Tennessee - “The kids love it – they all say it’s ‘cool.’  Every time I pass through the children’s area it is being used.  I’ve seen groups of children, as well as a parent and child playing.  I really like seeing the parents and children playing together since many play/learning activities don’t involve parents.  We were concerned about possibly having to limit time or make some children ‘share’ but they’ve actually surprised us and done this themselves.  We’ve had as many as six around the table at one time with no issues.  Staff love it.  The children love it.  And the parents also seem to enjoy it.  I’m very glad we added this to our interactive play-learning activities in our children’s area!” – Helen Whittaker, Library Manager

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