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Pay To Play - Bradford
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These games are in our Reception area and mostly cost 50p per game.
Ghost Squad Evolution
Manufacturer: Sega
Year: 2007
Number of Simultaneous Players: 2
Maximum number of Players: 2
Gameplay: Joint

In Ghost Squad: Evolution the player is a member of Alpha Unit, or members of the “Ghost Squad”, an unofficial unit of the anti-terrorist group, Multi-Operation-Program (M.O.P.). Non-playable characters include fellow M.O.P. members consisting of the Commander, who provides radio backup and pertinent advice to the player, along with the Bravo and Charlie Units who assist the player in suppressing the terrorist threat.

The rifle can be set from single shot, to 3 burst shot to automatic fire as well as special effects to suit the situation such as Night Vision, Flash Light for the mounted gun, and Scope for the sniper rifle. The gun also features an action button which is used to pull off special moves like hand-to-hand combat, as well as recoil effects on every shot fired.

Each mission contains multiple routes for the player to choose. Special events occur throughout the game depending on the route chosen, such as securing hostages, bomb removal, or providing friendly cover fire. The game is broken into 3 missions with 16 total levels. All 16 can be selected from the beginning. There are 14 costumes available for character customization, however, the costumes have no effect on gameplay. There are 25 different weapons.
Battle Gear 4
Manufacturer: Taito
Year: 2006
Number of Simultaneous Players: 2
Maximum number of Players: 2
Gameplay: Competitive

There are 5 options of gameplay, in Battle Gear 4.

Race mode allows players to race various level of opponents on different tracks. The opponents are computer cars within the same class (A,B,C,D) of the players' car. The game defaults the opponents' skill levels from 1 to 10, but it can be extended to level 98. Levels over 10 can only be unlocked by beating the previous level of opponents.

Drift mode is the new add-on in BG4 Tuned. In this mode, the player drifts his car around the corners, attempting to gain the maximum number of points. The time is not recorded on the machine, but the drift points.

One make race is similar to the race mode, but the opponents appear with the exactly same car model as the player.

Time attack is the mode where the player attempts to set the best time finishing the track. Players can select other player's ghost car to run with them.

Battle mode pits the drivers against each other. This extra mode can only be selected whenmore than one entrant joins the game.
The Shadow
Manufacturer: Bally/Midway
Date Of Manufacture: November, 1994
Number of Simultaneous Players: 1
Maximum number of Players: 4
Gameplay: Competitive

Notable Features:

Flippers (3), Ramps (2), Kick-out holes (2), Diverters (2), Drop target (1), Thrust magnet (1).
Elevated mini-playfield has paddle with optic sensor.
Ball breaking invisible beam in front of paddle causes paddle to kick ball.
Flipper buttons move paddle left or right.
Each ramp has a player-controlled lane diverter.
Upper playfield has a magnetic ball lock (a magnet under the playfield stops the ball then pulls it into the lock).
The drop target blocks access to a VUK which kicks the ball to the elevated Battlefield mini-playfield.
Electric plunger with gun-shaped shooter handle.
Maximum 3 buy-in balls per player (operator option).
No pop bumpers.
Race TV
Manufacturer: Sega
Year: 2008
Number of Simultaneous Players: 2
Maximum number of Players: 2
Gameplay: Competitive

Unlike some of Sega's other racers, which require precise driving techniques to get the best times, the goal in Sega Race TV is to simply slam the accelerator and go, go, go.

Your cabinet has a boost button. Once you've collected boosts, you can press this for a sudden burst of speed.

The game also has free boost periods where you can use your boost as much as you like for a limited time.

You'll also find blue panels on the track crossing over these sends your car jamming.

In addition to your battle against opponent racers, you also compete against the track.

You'll find all sorts of obstacles, from large trucks to a Statue of Liberty that somehow manages to beat down on the track. Avoiding these is part of the fun.

There are eight cars featured in the game: Ford Mustang GT, Chevrolet Camaro Concept, Chevrolet Corvette C3 Stingray, Plymouth HEMI Cuda, Mazda MX-5, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Ruf RK Roadster, Plymouth Prowler and Mercury Convertible, all exist in convertible forms.

All can be customized and customized cars can be obtained through passwords.
Boxing Machine
Number of Simultaneous Players: 1
Gameplay: Competitive

Test your strength on the boxing arcade machine.

See how you measure up against your friends!

Can you beat the high score?
Sega Rally 3
Manufacturer: Sega
Year: 2008
Number of Simultaneous Players: 2
Maximum number of Players: 2
Gameplay: Competitive

Sega Rally 3 contains three racing modes: World Championship, Quick Race and Classic.
World Championship mode is a single player game which takes place across three stages (Tropical, Canyon and Alpine) and largely follows the format of the previous Sega Rally arcade games.
The game is a 22 car race played to a time limit, and the player's starting position for one race is determined by their finishing position in the previous race.
Unlike the previous games in the series, each race contains two laps.
If the player finishes the third stage in first place, they are able to play a head to head race on the bonus Lakeside track.

Quick Race is a single or multiplayer mode, in which six cars (containing any mixture of human and AI players) race three laps on any of the three World Championship courses.
In World Championship and Quick Race modes, players can choose from one of six licensed cars from Citroën C4 WRC, Ford Focus RS WRC 07, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, Peugeot 207 S2000, Subaru Impreza WRC 08 and Suzuki SX4 WRC.
Additionally, in Quick Race players can choose two secret cars: the Bowler Nemesis and the McRae Enduro.

Classic mode is a single or multiplayer mode which takes place on the Desert '95 track, recreated from the original Sega Rally arcade game.
In single player, the mode is a head to head race against a single AI opponent, while multiplayer allows for up to six human players with no AI opponents.
The sixth generation Toyota Celica GT-Four and Lancia Delta HF Integrale cars from the original Sega Rally can be used in this mode exclusively.