Super Chexx Bubble Dome Hockey

Dome Hockey

Super Chexx Bubble Hockey is very fast, exciting and realistic, as the players on either side control all five hockey players and the goalie. 2 to 4 players can play at one time.

 

Bubble Hockey can be played as a one-on-one game, or especially during pro tournaments and team, family or friend battles, rod hockey games are played two on two. And with Super Chexx, its brand new Game Electronics Brain records all the Goals, Shots On Goal, Periods plus Game Running Time on its Digital Clock during the game for easy, hassle-free play !

And with the addition of the New Digital Stadium Sound, System, Super Chexx now gives both Announcements and Crowd Sounds, along with Digital Music Playback on (2) internal Audio Playback Speakers!

Super Chexx comes with Automatic Puck Return System, new Overhead Dome Lighting, and if a game becomes tied after normal game play, Super Chex will automatically go into Sudden Death Overtime - So there's always a winner!  Often called Bubble Hockey, Dome Hockey, Table Hockey, Rod Hockey or Stick Hockey, Super Chexx Dome Air Hockey is a long time arcade staple.  its 1982 predecessor, SUPER CHEXX is still known for its bubble dome, thick plastic base, and the ever popular "boo" button. The main differences between the original CHEXX bubble hockey and today's game are the improved engineering, electronic scoreboard with shot clock and the live action sounds.

We recommend 8.5 to 9 feet of space so the players can comfortably stand on both ends of the game when playing.

Teams: Red Against Blue Only.


Electricity:
120v; 5 amps


Dimensions:
60"l x 36"w x 54"h


Weight:
130 lbs

HOW DOES THIS GAME WORK?

The game can be played by two opposing players who control all five hockey players and the goalie for their side (singles) or as a two on two game (doubles). Players control their five skaters with long rods that move in and out to bring skaters up and down the ice and spin 360 degrees. A knob is used to move the goalie from side to side. Each player also a “boo button” to simulate sounds from the crowd.

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