Skee Ball Machines
Skee-ball was invented in 1909 by Philadelphia entrepreneur J.D. Estes. The first alleys were sold to outdoor amusement parks and were 36 feet long! It was as much as test of strength as of skill. Today's arcade standard is ten feet, with most home games at eight feet. At GameTables4Less.com, we have both coin-operated arcade games and an eight-foot home alley.
The home alley, made by Playcraft, is called Bull's-Eye Ball. It has a net-enclosed target board, molded catch rings and electronic scoring, all housed in a sturdy cabinet. For a classic arcade look in the coin-op machines, you'll want the Skee-Ball Classic Alley. This is the original design, in red, yellow and black, with the famed red light on the scoreboard.
There are some really cool new designs as well. Skee-Ball X-Treme has bright contemporary graphics and state of the art electronics to lure players and keep them playing. Skee-Ball Lightning also has exciting design, plus sound and a three-color dot matrix display. There are plenty of unique play features available, including a progressive jackpot feature for Vegas excitement no matter where you are!
In ICE-Ball, the balls are made of white molded polypropylene to look like snowballs. That's only part of the complete look, which includes a white vinyl alley and bold eye-catching graphics. Best of all, the ICE-Ball game is made with easy maintenance in mind, and is priced lower than other arcade alleys. Of course, if you buy it from us, you'll be sure you're getting it at the absolute rock-bottom price. We won't be undersold!