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AC Coin & Slot games continue success

29 July 2008

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- After 100 days in the field, AC Coin & Slot(R) is pleased to announce the continuing success of three of their most anticipated bonusing games of 2008: Big Game Show Gold Edition Bonus(TM); Chef's Daily Special(TM); and When in Rome(TM). At a time when casino operators are facing new challenges, AC Coin & Slot has succeeded in producing three unique bonusing games entertaining enough to keep slot enthusiasts returning again and again to their favorite casinos.

Operators have become increasingly proactive in refreshing their slot floors to ensure a mix of the most popular and proven slots available. As a result, the average lifespan of new slot machines on casino slot floors has diminished. It is with this high demand for performance and player appeal in mind that AC Coin & Slot introduced its spring series of proprietary bonusing games-and more than 100 days later, they continue to double and triple house averages in nearly all installed locations.

One key to the success of these games has been the uniqueness of their higher-line pay tables, ranging from the Triple Star(R), five-reel, 25-line pay table of Big Game Show Gold Edition Bonus to the Double Diamond(R), five-reel, 30-line pay tables of Chef's Daily Special and When in Rome. AC Coin & Slot's move away from the more traditional 9-line pay table in favor of these more competitive tables has proven successful in several of their games and can be seen as an indicator of an industry-wide trend.

"In the current market, 25- and 30-line pay tables really appeal to players, giving them more ways to win and the opportunity to stretch their dollars across more lines for a higher return," said Jerry Seelig, AC Coin & Slot Executive Vice President and General Manager."

Big Game Show Gold Edition Bonus boasts a widely-recognizable top box based upon its equally-successful predecessor, Big Game Show Bonus(R). This is combined with an exciting secondary bonus, offering 5x and 10x multipliers not found in the original Big Game Show Bonus. Chef's Daily Special and When in Rome boast comparable secondary bonus events, offering varying multipliers of between 2x and 10x. All three games are also max configurable and can be adjusted to accept maximum bets of anywhere between 25 and 500 coins.

"In today's competitive marketplace, operators cannot afford to wait for slot games to gain popularity; they require games with instant appeal that can generate instant success and keep players satisfied," said Seelig. "We know a winner when we see one, and performing as they are, each program with approximately 150 machines in the field and another 150 on order, these games certainly stand as winners for casino operators and an entertainment experience that players are thoroughly enjoying."

Big Game Show Gold Edition Bonus, Chef's Daily Special, and When in Rome are currently released to jurisdictions across North America and have enjoyed rapid acceptance in both local and resort destinations. These three games, in addition to the long-anticipated Super Bankroll Bonus(TM) six-station communal game and two Slingo Bonus Deluxe(TM) games -- one a stand-alone bonusing game and the other a three-station community-style game -- stand as cornerstones of the AC Coin & Slot spring/summer lineup.

AC Coin & Slot will continue to fulfill placement requests for all aforementioned games and will bring 15 additional proprietary bonusing games to market before year-end -- marking the most products released in any single year throughout the company's 30-year history. In this way, AC Coin & Slot will accommodate the industry's current need for exciting new games and a consistently diversified slot mix.

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