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Number: 273/108.57
Name: Amusement devices: games > Surface projectile game; game element (e.g., target, etc.) or accessory therefor other than projectile, per se) > Simulated game (e.g., hockey, soccer, etc.) > Fluid-pressure projector
Description: A simulated game wherein a device for forcing the projectile over and in contact with the surface includes apparatus having means for ejecting a blast of air or water at the projectile.










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8485526 Air soccer game Jul. 16, 2013
7798494 Amusement game Sep. 21, 2010
6688595 Apparatus and method for water jumping game Feb. 10, 2004
4310159 Blowing game including rolling cylinder and cooperating scoring zone Jan. 12, 1982
4150830 Air tube game apparatus Apr. 24, 1979
4014543 Air action game Mar. 29, 1977











 
 
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