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Arcade1Up - 32" Infinity Game Table

Model:IGT-I-03200
SKU:6470412
Release Date:08/15/2021
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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 420 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Exceeds My Expectations

    The infinity game table is a really fun device. It came loaded with 30+ games (with more promised in the future) and I can honestly see my family playing with 25 of them easily. We spent the first night putting the device through its paces and I am impressed. The touch screen is responsive, although some games are more responsive than others. The units overall build quality feels sturdy and fairly premium but at the cost of it being heavy (definitely not that portable, but easily movable if you are motivated). The table is a natural finger print magnet and the cloth they give you is no match for all the hands that touch the device during a play session, but I really don’t have any complaints. The device surpasses my expectations at this point. My only disappointment is that some of the big name games like Monopoly and Scrabble are only multiplayer games (local and remote via WIFI). I was really hoping to get into some me vs. the cpu sessions. In fact, on Monopoly, even if you have a 2nd player, I don’t see a way to add a cpu opponent to round out the game, bummer. Hopefully they will add 1 player options to these types of games in the future. I am happy to report the representation of the games I’ve played feels very well designed. I am particularly impressed with how they handle same screen multiplayer games like Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit and a few other word games. Easy to navigate and pick up without reading to many instructions. Card sharing, piece movement on the game board and overall controls are well thought out. Overall, the biggest issue with the unit is the lack of information about what’s next with games beyond a coming soon banner, the mystery built in USB ports and mysterious battery pack slot with no battery. It feels like the table has a few more goodies up its sleeve, but no clue when I can expect any of them <shrug>?. Bottomline: Very fun device, a glorified tablet with legs that doesn’t reinvent the wheel but erases the line between physical board games pieces and easy touch screen action that draws you in. Two Thumbs Way Up For Me!

    Posted by Polo

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Potential. Potential...

    We are basically the perfect demographic for this table. We are a ridiculously tech-savvy family of four with shelves and shelves of board games. We love gadgets, we love games, and so as soon as I learned about this table, I knew we had to have it. On the whole, we are definitely happy with it, although there are a few clear drawbacks.... Assembly. Assembly was very easy: just shove the legs into the slots. No problem. But then, I realized I had done it wrong: one leg has a clip for the electrical cord, and I had put that leg on the wrong side. I then couldn't get the legs back off. They are supposed to be removed easily for both transport and to put the top onto a table if you prefer. With my wife pushing the release buttons and me pulling as hard as I dared, I couldn't get the legs to budge. Incidentally, the table is insanely heavy. It's at least as heavy as an equivalently sized television. Game Selection. This is a mixed bag at launch. The games seem aimed more for the younger crowd, with games like Hungry Hungry Hippo and Candyland. Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit are here too, but the bulk seem aimed at kids. Also, the games are very 20th Century in focus: Battleship, Operation, Sorry. No cutting-edge games. Not even Catan. Obviously, that may change, but at launch, the options are very weighted towards traditional mainstays. That said, most of the games are slickly designed, easy to use, and exactly as fun as their real-world counterparts. If you like Scrabble in real life, you will like it on this table. There are a few issues with some of the games' design. The worst example of this: Trivial Pursuit. After it gives you the answer to the trivia question, there is a checkbox and an 'x' so you can tell it whether the player answered correctly or not. If you accidentally hit the wrong button--and you will--there is no way to correct the mistake. Interface. The "dashboard" is clean and easy to use, but I would prefer more flexibility in the design. Currently, the design is 1/3 of the screen is your downloaded games, 1/3 is the store (which is a misnomer, since they currently are free; they are games you haven't downloaded), and 1/3 ads for games that are available. I would prefer an option to expand our downloaded games by eliminating the store, since I chose not to download those games because I didn't want them to clutter my list of games and I don't plan to play them. Also, the dashboard always faces one direction. Although many of the games allow the board to rotate around, the dashboard is in a fixed position. Feedback. The table has both sound and haptic feedback. The sound effects and haptic are both quite good. The background music is almost universally banal and annoying. They can be turned off in the settings for each game. Extra Features. The game comes with some non-board games, as well. This included a digital coloring book, which has lots of ways to color a set of outlines images. It even has filters and a QR code that sends the finished image to your phone. Really, it was fantastic. My 4-year old loves it. There are also a word search and a whac-a-mole game, a la the old-time game you find at Chuck E Cheese. I would love to see more of this, like lots of jigsaw puzzles and Crossword puzzles. If that gets more robust, I plan to introduce the table to my mother, who loves that stuff. Final Thoughts. We bought this table because of the incredible potential it represents. At launch, it has not fully realized its potential. However, potential isn't supposed to be realized instantly: ask me in two years whether this table has been everything we hoped. For now, it displays a very good start. If they can clean up some of the more annoying features in some of the games, add flexibility to the dashboard, and, most importantly, add more games, this will become the coolest thing in our house. In the meantime, we are enjoying ourselves, but it definitely will need to do more in order to justify what we spent for it.

    Posted by DavidD

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great but expensive

    Very expensive but also very cool our family uses it daily wish hit had more games

    Posted by gaimging

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