|Developer: Sega, YUBIS|
|Number of players: 1-6|
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Aqua Paradise (アクアパラダイス) is a prize-dispensing game released in 1995 by Sega in partnership with Japanese amusement game manufacturer YUBIS. Prizes are placed on a mirrored, rotating turntable underneath six metal "arms", one of which swings out onto the turntable when the player pushes a button. The object of the game is to time the swinging of the arm so that it knocks the desired prize off of the turntable and into the prize drop. The game features a tropical theme and plays calypso music and ocean-themed SFX.
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