Time for another look at some of the products that were at the IAAPA 2018 trade show in Orlando, FL this past November. If you missed one of our previous Wrap-Up posts, then you can get up to speed by clicking on the links below:

Wrap-Up #1
Wrap-Up #2
Wrap-Up #3

For the games we are looking at today:

Super Kixx Pro (ICE)
Halo: Fireteam Raven Super Deluxe (Play Mechanix/Raw Thrills)
Deadpool Pro (Stern Pinball)
Night Hunter, upright model (UNIS)
Dragon Hunter/Zombie Land Battle/Bug Cruncher (Coastal Amusements)
Lipstick Challenge (Gravity Amusement)
Slither.io (Raw Thrills)
Willy Crash & Piano Keys (Bay Tek Entertainment)

As a note, I’m pretty sure that the next wrap-up post will be the last for this IAAPA; then, we can get back to our regularly scheduled programming
Super Kixx Pro (ICE)
When IAAPA was in full swing, Sara Z. wrote up an article about this game, as it was found on test near her at the same time. It’s essentially the same thing as Super Chexx Pro, just with a soccer theme, although I find it a little easier to play and it goals happen more frequently. That’s due to the difference between hitting a smaller, flat puck compared to a nice sized ball. This one can also be programmed with the different national anthems of the represented teams, which is a nice touch.

Halo: Fireteam Raven 4-player (Play Mechanix/Raw Thrills)
I covered the Halo: Fireteam Raven 2-player model first as that was the cabinet style that players hadn’t seen before, but the Super Deluxe still deserved some official attention on the AH video line-up. I did find some subtle differences in the gameplay between the two models, which was also mentioned by Raw Thrills in that the designers were different. The Super Deluxe is quite the experience, best if you are joined by three of your buddies, but just fine when playing