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Ambassador Games Electronic Arcade Down The Clown Game

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There is a video at the bottom of the next tips section you can watch that explains this sequence if you need help visualizing it. You want to hit as many of the 30 point top row clowns as you can. They are also bigger than the other clowns, making them easier to hit. It helps to aim your elbow at the clown you want to hit and just use your elbow as a hinge to throw; like a catapult. This will help set up the game so you can hit more 30 point clowns on the top because then you only have to hit one clown on the middle row to reset the top row. Then just continue the winning sequence as normal.

The best way to throw the balls to be most accurate is to throw overhand. Almost push the ball towards the target. Do not pull the ball behind your head like a normal baseball throw. The chip cost for Down the Clown at Dave and Buster’s is 6.8. It costs 3.4 chips on Half-off Wednesday. If you are new, consider playing on this day to save money while you practice your skills. There are three clowns on the top row, worth 30 points each. Four clowns on the middle row, worth 20 points each. Five clowns on the bottom row, worth 10 points each. Down the Clown should have 12 red balls per machine. But most of the time there will be a little less because people will take them out and lose them. You can always ask the arcade technician if you see there are too few balls and they might be able to add more to the machine. Down the Clown reminds me of a carnival game. The arcade game challenges your throwing skills without being an easy win. It attracts new players with the idea that they have the aim and speed to beat it. Then they lose by a few hundred points and want to try again and again. It can be quite addicting.Down the Clown brings one of the most popular midway games to your game room. This game is perfect for players of all ages and was designed to allow two players to play side by side or compete against each other for a high score.

Be aware that the numbers listed above could vary depending on arcade location. Most of the time these default numbers will be correct. Refer to the Down the Clown manual for what these numbers could be set at. Down the Clown Arcade allows for single or dual-play. Players can compete individually for a top score, or you can utilize a second unit to encourage competition! Excellent game to combine with Milk Jug Toss or Bean Bag Toss Available Options – Please Call For Price

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