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ML-1
Installation & Owner’s
Manual
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Table of Contents
Megatouch Live Requirements ............ 1
Control Panel—Games .................... 22
Site Preparation ..................................... 1
Game Setup Wizard ...................... 23
Initial Setup ............................................ 2
Navigating
the Game Setup Wizard .............. 23
Game Description .................................. 5
Touchscreen Calibration ................... 5
Credit Card Reader............................. 5
Operator Setup ...................................... 6
Home Page .......................................... 6
Quick Access Panel .............................. 6
Navigating the
Quick Access Panel ........................... 7
Quick Access Panel
—Configure Network.......................... 8
Quick Access Panel
—Machine Settings ............................ 9
Quick Access Panel
—Collection and Fees ...................... 10
Control Panel ....................................... 11
Navigating the Control Panel .......... 12
Control Panel
—Pricing and Costs ......................... 13
Erotic Settings.............................. 23
Category Setup ............................ 24
Editing a Category ....................... 24
Gameplay Settings ...................... 25
Extended Play.............................. 25
Control Panel—Menu ....................... 26
Player Settings .............................. 26
Leaderboard Options .................... 27
Control Panel
—Machine Settings .......................... 28
Set Machine Name ........................ 28
Set Machine Location ................... 29
Set Advanced Filters..................... 29
Restore Machine
to Profile Defaults ......................... 29
Megatouch Live Player Features........ 30
Quick Pricing Wizard .................... 14
Moving Your Megatouch ML-1
From One Location to Another .......... 31
Navigating the
Quick Pricing Wizard ................... 14
Changing the
Machine’s Profile ................................. 32
Set Credit Value ........................... 14
Swapping Hard Drives ........................ 32
Set Money-In Capacity ................ 15
General Care and Maintenance ........ 33
Channels Setup ........................... 15
Monitor Adjustment ......................... 33
Money-In Options ........................ 16
Set Individual Tier Costs .............. 17
General Circuit Board
Handling Information ....................... 33
Set Individual Game Costs .......... 18
Cleaning the Cabinet........................ 34
Credit Card Options ...................... 19
Cleaning the Touchscreen Monitor 34
Manage Free Games ..................... 19
Cleaning the Fans and Vents .......... 34
Control Panel
—Collection and Fees ...................... 20
Watchdog Timer ............................... 34
ML-1 Countertop Diagrams ................ 35
Cash Settlement Setup ................. 21
Replacement Parts List ....................... 37
Navigating
Cash Settlement Setup ................ 21
Connection Diagrams ......................... 38
Using Cash Settlement Setup...... 21
Video Machine Limited Warranty ....... 40
Software License Agreements ........... 41
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ML-1 and Megatouch Live are registered trademarks of AMI. Reproduction of this manual, in any form or by any means,
is strictly forbidden without the written permission of AMI.
COPYRIGHT © 2011 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
Welcome to Megatouch Live
Congratulations on the purchase of your Megatouch Live cabinet. While Megatouch
Live gives you all the quality and earnings you’ve come to expect from the Megatouch
brand, it also represents the next level in casual touchscreen gaming with incredible new
graphics, a quicker and easier operator interface, local and global leaderboards, addictive player challenges and upgrades, and even links to social media sites like Facebook.
While there are many similarities with past Megatouch systems, there are many advancements as well. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the great new features that
Megatouch Live has to offer. Once you have, we’re sure that you’ll find it the quickest,
easiest, and most customizable casual gaming system ever.
ATTENTION
Since Megatouch Live is dynamic, ever-changing software, this manual should
be used purely as a guide for your system. If an advancement is appearing on
your Megatouch Live machines that you’re not seeing in these pages, please visit
www.amientertainment.com to view an updated version of this manual.
Manage your ML-1 machines from anywhere at anytime by going to
www.amioperator.com.
Megatouch Live Requirements
Your ML-1 requires a broadband Internet connection in order to function. Please
be sure that the location has an active broadband Internet connection available.
NOTE: Wireless connections support WEP, WPA, and WPA2 encryption.
Additionally, your Megatouch Live system will not function unless you have completed a
Megatouch Live Operator Agreement, returned this agreement to AMI, and have been
given an AMI ID and password. This agreement only needs to be completed once, and the
AMI ID and password you are issued can be used for all of your Megatouch Live systems.
NOTE: If you have not completed a Megatouch Live Operator Agreement, please
contact AMI Tech Support at 800-523-2760.
Site Preparation
In determining the location for your Megatouch video game, consideration must be given
to a suitable, grounded electrical outlet. Since the game is a computerized device, it
should have a separate circuit, if at all possible. If a separate circuit is not available, care
should be taken to provide a clean and constant voltage. As a basic guideline, never
connect the unit to a circuit that also supplies power to freezers, coolers or other high
power consuming and electrical noise generating equipment. Place the game in a location
where nothing will interfere with proper ventilation. The game should not be exposed to
any dripping or splashing liquids. Objects filled with liquid should not be placed on the unit.
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Initial Setup
1.
After removing the game from the carton, connect the power cord to the back of the
machine near the ON/OFF switch (see Figure 1). Plug the game into a standard,
grounded AC outlet. Do not turn the game on at this point.
IMPORTANT: Whenever you turn off your system, please wait 10 seconds before
turning it back on. This allows all internal components to properly shut down.
2.
At this point please ensure that the router is on and connected to the Internet. If
you’re connecting your system to a wired Internet connection or you need to configure a router, connect an Ethernet cable from one of the LAN ports on the router
to the coupler on the rear of the machine. Fasten this cable to the security loop to
prevent unnecessary strain on the cord (see Figure 1).
3.
Turn the power switch at the back of the game to ON (see Figure 1 for location), and
wait for it to go through its boot-up sequence. The game will display the Welcome
Screen. This screen gives an overview of the initial setup process. Touch SET UP
MACHINE.
NOTE: The initial setup process must be completed before the machine is operational.
4.
On the next screen, select your time zone and touch NEXT to continue.
5.
If you’re using a wired connection and have connected an Ethernet cable to your
game: In most instances the machine will automatically connect to the Internet. If
this occurs, you’ll see a screen with the heading “Internet Connection Detected”. A
green dot will be seen next to the connection method. Touch USE THIS INTERNET
CONNECTION to confirm and use this wired connection. Skip to step 10.
NOTE: Wireless connections may also be recognized at this point if the machine
has been set up in the past. If you wish to use a recognized wireless connection,
simply touch USE THIS INTERNET CONNECTION and skip to step 10.
OPERATOR
SETUP
BUTTON
POWER
CORD
INLET
SECURITY
LOOP
ON/OFF
SWITCH
ETHERNET
PORT
FIGURE 1 – REAR VIEW OF GAME WITH REAR DOOR REMOVED
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6.
If an Internet connection has not been detected by your system, or you need to
configure a router first: You’ll be taken to the Configure Your Network screen (see
Figure 2). Touch the appropriate connection option.
A green dot under either
WIRED or WIRELESS network
indicates that the machine
is currently connected to the
Internet via that method. A red
dot means that no connection
exists for that method.
FIGURE 2 – CONFIGURE YOUR NETWORK SCREEN
7.
SET UP WIRED NETWORK: This should only be used if your wired connection isn’t
automatically recognized by the system due to special router settings or Internet
configuration. Touch this button to enter Windows setup and adjust these settings.
8.
SET UP WIRELESS NETWORK: Touch this button to display a list of wireless networks that are recognized by the system. Touch the network you wish to connect to
in order to highlight it. Touch NEXT to continue. Enter your network’s security key
using the on-screen keyboard (if necessary), and then touch CONNECT. When you
obtain a successful connection, touch OK to continue. You’ll return to the Configure
Your Network screen. Confirm that there is a green dot under SET UP WIRELESS
NETWORK, and then touch NEXT on the Configure Your Network screen.
9.
LAUNCH BROWSER TO CONFIGURE ROUTER: A browser will open and connect
to your router. Please follow the instructions for your individual router.
NOTE: This option uses the gateway to open a browser to the router. While this
method is supported by the majority of routers, it may not be supported by yours.
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10. After your Internet connection has been established, you’ll be taken to the Log In
screen where you’ll need to enter your AMI ID and password. AMI will provide these
to you upon receipt of your Megatouch Live Operator Agreement. After entering your
AMI ID and password, touch GO to continue.
11. If you’re setting up a machine that has been registered before: A screen will appear
listing all of the machine’s registration information. If this information is correct, touch
USE EXISTING REGISTRATION INFORMATION and skip to step 17. Touch REREGISTER MACHINE to change any of this information.
12. You’ll then be asked to select a location where the machine will be installed. This
screen will provide a list of locations that have already been registered by you, but
you can also create a new location (if necessary) by touching CREATE A NEW
LOCATION. After selecting or setting up a new location, simply touch NEXT to
continue.
13. The next screen will ask you to choose which business model the machine is operating under. Select a business model option from the drop-down list, and then touch
NEXT to continue.
14. The Select a Machine Profile screen is next. A profile is essentially a list of settings
for a particular machine. Some profiles are standard based on where your game is
located, as different regions have different laws. You can also choose an alternate
profile to use for your machine from the on-screen list. Touch NEXT to continue.
IMPORTANT: For legal reasons it is very important that you select the appropriate profile for your geographic location. You and you alone are responsible for
selecting the proper profile for your system.
15. On the next screen, you’ll be asked if you want to create a name for the machine.
The game’s serial number will be used by AMI for identification purposes, but this
screen allows you to enter a secondary identifier if you have your own way of tracking
your machines. Whether you’ve entered a name or not, touch NEXT to continue.
NOTE: This step is optional and the name you enter will be used solely by you.
16. The next screen will display a Machine Registration Summary. If any information is
incorrect, touch START OVER to edit it. Touch REGISTER YOUR MACHINE ONLY
if you wish to register the machine with the settings listed on screen.
IMPORTANT: Once you register your machine, its business model can only be
changed by calling Technical Support at 1-800-523-2760. Please ensure that you’ve
selected the correct business model before registering.
17. When your registration is complete you’ll see a CONGRATULATIONS note on
screen. Touch OK to continue. You MUST register successfully in order for your
system to work properly. If you receive an error when trying to register, follow the
on-screen instructions to address the issue.
18. There are many other custom settings available for this game system. To customize
the settings, follow the software instructions in this manual.
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Game Description
The ML-1 Countertop has one lock located on the back of the unit. To open the cabinet,
unlock this lock and remove the rear door.
All of the machine’s major components are located inside the cabinet. These components
include the motherboard, I/O board, power supply, hard drive, coin mech, and bill acceptor.
Pressing the red operator setup button inside the rear of the cabinet will take you to the
Operator Setup Home Screen (see Figure 1 for button location). Using this screen as a
jumping off point, you can then navigate through all the options on the system and adjust
these options to best suit your particular needs. For more information see the “Operator
Setup” section of this manual.
Touchscreen Calibration
The ML-1 features touchscreen technology that completely eliminates the need for any
kind of manual touchscreen calibration.
Credit Card Reader
The game also features a built-in credit card reader. This card reader is not only used
for credit card purchases, but players can also use the card reader as a quick way to
log in to their Megatouch Live account. For details about Megatouch Live, please see
the “Megatouch Live Player Features” section of this manual.
Credit card purchases can be disabled on your ML-1 system if desired. Even if credit
purchases are disabled, players can still use the card reader to log in to their accounts. For
details on how to do so, please see the section “Credit Card Options” later in this manual.
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Operator Setup
To enter Operator Setup, unlock and remove the rear door and press the operator setup
button (see Figure 1 for the location of the red operator setup button). When you enter
Operator Setup, you’ll see the Home Page.
Home Page
FIGURE 3 – OPERATOR SETUP HOME PAGE
The Home Page is the starting navigation point for your system. The most commonly
used features and settings can be reached easily through the Quick Access Panel. All
other features and settings can be accessed by entering the Control Panel.
Quick Access Panel
NOTE: The machine does not need an active Internet connection to access Quick
Access Panel features and settings.
The options in the Quick Access Panel are shown in the chart below.
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
CONFIGURE NETWORK
• Configure the network connection.
• View the Connection Log. This log displays a line item
for every change in connection status (i.e. online to
offline or vice versa).
MACHINE SETTINGS
Adjust the volume settings, clear local leaderboards,
and view the machine log.
COLLECTION AND
FEES
View Total Cash Revenue, Total Credit Card Revenue,
Fees, Balance to Split, Fee Details, and also allows
you to Clear a Collection.
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Navigating the Quick Access Panel
When you enter any section of the Quick Access Panel, you can still easily navigate to
other sections by using the buttons on the left side of the screen.
Touch this button at any time to enter the Configure Network screens.
Touch this button at any time to enter the Machine Settings screens.
Touch this button at any time to enter the Collection and Fees
screens.
Touch this button at any time to enter the Control Panel.
NOTE: The Control Panel can only be accessed on systems with
an active Internet connection.
Touch this button at any time to return to the Operator Setup Home
Page.
Touch this button to toggle the keyboard on or off (if needed).
Touch this button to open the Quick Access Panel help screens.
Touch this button to force a sync of your system with the settings
stored on the server. This is only necessary if moving the machine
to a different location, changing its profile, or swapping its hard drive.
Touch this button to exit Operator Setup.
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Quick Access Panel—Configure Network
FIGURE 4 – CONFIGURE NETWORK OPTIONS SCREEN
When you touch the CONFIGURE NETWORK button, you’ll be taken to a screen offering
two options: CONFIGURE NETWORK and VIEW CONNECTION LOG (see Figure 4).
If you wish to view your system’s connection status changes (i.e. online to offline/offline
to online), touch VIEW CONNECTION LOG.
If you wish to make changes to the system’s network settings, touch CONFIGURE NETWORK to access the Configure Network screen (see Figure 5). A green dot will appear
indicating your current Internet connection. A red dot indicates that the method above it
is not being used to access the Internet.
FIGURE 5 – CONFIGURE NETWORK SCREEN
To make changes to your Internet connection, please see steps 7 through 9 under “Initial
Setup” earlier in this manual.
NOTE: If you are switching from a wireless connection to a wired one, you should clear
the wireless settings first. To do so, touch SETUP WIRELESS NETWORK and touch
CLEAR ALL WIRELESS SETTINGS on the next page.
NOTE: An easy way to tell if your machine is connected is to look at the Megatouch logo on the upper left corner of the Player Menu. If this logo is in color, the
machine is connected. If this logo is grayed out, the machine is not connected.
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Quick Access Panel—Machine Settings
FIGURE 6 – MACHINE SETTINGS OPTIONS SCREEN
From the Machine Settings section of the Quick Access Panel you can adjust the volume
of the system, clear the local leaderboards, and view the machine log (which is a list of
any system errors). Simply touch your choice of action. Keep in mind that this is the only
place where you can set the volume for the system.
NOTE: You can set up your system to auto-clear local leaderboards at set intervals
by entering the Control Panel, touching MENU, SETTINGS, and then LEADERBOARD OPTIONS.
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Quick Access Panel—Collection and Fees
When you touch the COLLECTION AND FEES button on the Quick Access Panel, you’ll
be taken to the section’s main screen (see Figure 7).
FIGURE 7 – COLLECTION AND FEES MAIN SCREEN
From this screen you can quickly view the total cash revenue, the total credit card revenue
(if applicable), the fee deductions, and the balance to split. Touching the + symbol next
to BALANCE TO SPLIT will show more information about this balance.
Touch FEE DETAILS on the left side of the screen to view the list of fees, their settings,
and current collection information regarding these fees.
NOTE: To adjust fee settings, enter the Control Panel and use the Collection and
Fees screens located there. Please see the “Control Panel—Collection and Fees”
section of this manual for more details.
Touch CLEAR COLLECTION to clear all the collection information from the system after
you have physically performed a collection.
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Control Panel
FIGURE 8 – CONTROL PANEL MAIN SCREEN
Inside the Control Panel you will find all of the options that are available for your machine
(except for those that are featured on the Quick Access Panel). An Internet connection
is required to access the Control Panel.
Please see the chart below for an overview of the Control Panel options. See each option’s section in this manual for a more detailed look at that option.
CONTROL PANEL OPTION
FEATURES
NETWORK
OVERVIEW
• View Machine ID
• View MAC Address
PRICING AND COSTS
OVERVIEW
• View Credit Value
• View Token Value
• View Number of Awarded Free Games
SETTINGS
• Quick Pricing Wizard
○ Set Credit Value
○ Set Money-In Capacity
○ Channels Setup
○ Money-In Options
○ Set Individual Tier Costs
○ Set Individual Game Costs
• Credit Card Options
○ Enable/Disable Credit Card Payment
○ Pulse Hard Meter for Credit Card Purchases
ACTIONS
• Manage Free Games
COLLECTION AND FEES
OVERVIEW
• View Balance to Split
• View Number of Days Since Last Collection
• View Split Percentage
• View Money Capacity
SETTINGS
• Run Cash Settlement Setup
○ Show Operator Cut
○ Adjust Location Split Percentage
○ Adjust Fees
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GAMES
OVERVIEW
• View Enabled Advanced Filters
SETTINGS
• Game Setup Wizard
○ Erotic Settings
○ Category Setup
○ Gameplay Settings
• Gameplay Settings
○ Allow Game Continue
○ Allow Auto-Continue
○ Display Card Fanning
○ Show Correct Answer in Trivia Games
○ Enable Extended Play Games
MENU
SETTINGS
• Player Settings
○ Allow Facebook Avatars to Be Displayed
• Leaderboard Options
○ Set Auto-Clear of Local Leaderboards
○ Display Name in Local Leaderboards
MACHINE SETTINGS
OVERVIEW
• View Location Information
SETTINGS
• Set Machine Name
• Set Machine Location
• Set Advanced Filters
• Restore Machine Profile Defaults
Navigating the Control Panel
When you first enter the Control Panel, you’ll see the screen shown in Figure 8. Touch
any button to enter that section of the Control Panel. When you do so, you’ll notice that
the blue navigation bar at the top of the screen will expand. You can touch any tab on
this bar that ends with an arrow point and you’ll be taken directly to that screen.
NOTE: Touching the Home icon at the beginning of the navigation bar will take you
out of the Control Panel and back to the Operator Setup Home Page.
Once you’re in a particular section of the Control Panel (e.g. Pricing and Costs, Games),
touch any of the buttons on the left side of the screen to access those options. The
navigation bar at the top of the screen will again expand, and again, you can touch any
tab that ends in an arrow to go back to that particular screen.
For a detailed description of any option, touch the green ? next to the option. Touch the
HELP button at the bottom left of a screen for an overview of the screen and its features.
Touch the X at the top corner of the screen at any time to exit Operator Setup.
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Control Panel—Pricing and Costs
FIGURE 9 – CONTROL PANEL PRICING AND COSTS OVERVIEW SCREEN
When you first enter the Pricing and Costs screens, you’ll see the Overview. This will
give a brief description of what can be found in these screens, and it will also show you
the credit value, token value, and how many awarded free games are on the system.
Touch SETTINGS on the left side of the screen to access the Quick Pricing Wizard or
to set credit card options. Touch ACTIONS to manage free games.
PRICING AND COSTS
OVERVIEW
VIEW CREDIT VALUE
VIEW TOKEN VALUE
VIEW NUMBER OF AWARDED FREE GAMES
SETTINGS
QUICK PRICING WIZARD
• Set Credit Value
• Set Money-In Capacity
• Channels Setup
• Change Currency
• Money-In Options
• Set Individual Tier Costs
• Set Individual Game Costs
CREDIT CARD OPTIONS
• Enable/Disable Credit Card Payment
• Pulse Hard Meter for Credit Card Purchase
ACTIONS
MANAGE FREE GAMES
• Award/Subtract Free Games
• View Maximum Number of Free Games Allowed
• View Current Number of Free Games on Machine
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Quick Pricing Wizard
The Quick Pricing Wizard will walk you through all the pricing options on the system. To
access the Quick Pricing Wizard, touch PRICING AND COSTS on the Control Panel,
touch SETTINGS, and then touch RUN QUICK PRICING WIZARD.
Navigating the Quick Pricing Wizard
Changes made in the Quick Pricing Wizard are stored as soon as they are changed on
screen. However, you can touch RESET PAGE to return the settings to what they were
when you entered the screen (before any changes were made). You can also touch
USE DEFAULTS to revert to the factory default settings for that screen. Touch NEXT
to continue with the Quick Pricing Wizard, or BACK to return to the previous screen.
Touch the arrow icon next to any screen name (such as SET CREDIT VALUE or SET
MONEY-IN CAPACITY) to quickly jump to any screen in the Quick Pricing Wizard.
Set Credit Value
FIGURE 10 – SET CREDIT VALUE SCREEN
The first page in the Quick Pricing Wizard is where you can quickly set the base credit
value for your machine.
IMPORTANT: Changing the base credit value will affect ALL pricing options on
the system, including individual tier cost, individual game cost, and credit card
pricing. This should be set prior to making any other pricing changes.
Touch what you want the base credit value to be, and then touch NEXT to continue with
the Quick Pricing Wizard.
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Set Money-In Capacity
FIGURE 11 – SET MONEY-IN CAPACITY SCREEN
Use the drop-down menus to change the size settings for your coin box and/or your bill
acceptor (if needed). These should be set according to your hardware.
NOTE: Larger coin boxes are only available on systems without bill acceptors.
IMPORTANT: Having the wrong settings on this page can cause faulty “Full Capacity” notices on your system.
When you are finished with this page, touch NEXT to continue with the Quick Pricing
Wizard.
Channels Setup
FIGURE 12 – CHANNELS SETUP SCREEN
The channels are pre-set by your profile (which is based on your coin mech, bill acceptor, and country). These amounts can be viewed on this page, along with what type of
currency the machine is enabled to accept (e.g. U.S. dollars, Canadian dollars).
The meter pulse, which is the highest common divisor of all the monetary values of the
channels, is independent of the credits and only tracks the smallest unit of currency
accepted by the system. You can use this number to determine the amount of money
earned on a game by multiplying the meter pulse by the reading on the hard meter.
When you are finished with this page, touch NEXT to continue with the Quick Pricing
Wizard.
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Money-In Options
FIGURE 13 – MONEY-IN OPTIONS SCREEN
This screen is used to set how many credits are given for each purchase price, both
for cash and credit card purchases (where applicable). The values on this screen will
automatically be populated based on what is set on the Set Credit Value screen of the
Quick Pricing Wizard (please see the “Set Credit Value” section of this manual for details).
Touch the pencil icon to edit the CASH-IN amount. Use the plus and minus buttons to
adjust the number of credits that will be given for each of the prices shown. Touch a
circle under DISPLAY AS DEFAULT next to any value to have it displayed as the default
price that players will see on screen.
If you have credit card purchases enabled on your system, touch CREDIT to set credit
card purchase values. Credit card purchases must be a minimum of 5 dollars and a
maximum of 15 dollars, though they can be set for any three purchase prices in between
those amounts.
When you are finished with this page, touch NEXT to continue with the Quick Pricing
Wizard.
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Set Individual Tier Costs
FIGURE 14 – SET INDIVIDUAL TIER COSTS SCREEN
Pricing tiers give you the ability to set the pricing for an entire group of games in one
easy step (instead of adjusting them individually). Use the plus and minus buttons to
change the credit cost and the cost to continue for the top three pricing tiers, which are
the tiers common to every Megatouch Live system. These tiers are:
- Standard: Typical games that average about three minutes of gameplay or less.
- Premium: Games that have an average playtime over three minutes.
- Head-to-Head: Head-to-head two-player games.
NOTE: The Head-to-Head price shown on this screen is the per player cost, so the
actual price of the game will double, as there must be two players to play these
games.
There are also three custom pricing tiers that are empty by default, but they can be
configured to set your own unique pricing tiers (as needed). Set the pricing for whatever
custom tier you want to create, then assign games to them on the Set Individual Game
Costs screen.
For details on how to assign games to a particular pricing tier, please see the next section of this manual: “Set Individual Game Costs”.
When you are finished with this page, touch NEXT to continue with the Quick Pricing
Wizard.
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Set Individual Game Costs
FIGURE 15 – SET INDIVIDUAL GAME COSTS SCREEN
On this screen you can view all the games on the system and place them in whatever
pricing tier you wish. If you change the pricing tier for any game, the values under COST
and CONTINUE will change to reflect that tier’s pricing (as set on the Set Individual Tier
Costs screen). Simply use the drop-down menu next to a game to change its pricing tier.
To manually set an individual game’s pricing, set its tier to NONE, and then use the plus
and minus buttons to adjust the costs.
Game titles can be sorted alphabetically in ascending or descending fashion by touching
the arrow next to the GAME heading. They can also be sorted by pricing tier by touching
the arrow next to the TIER heading. You can scroll through more games by touching
either a page number or one of the arrow buttons near the bottom of the screen.
When you are finished with this page, touch NEXT to exit the Quick Pricing Wizard and
return to the Pricing and Costs Settings screen.
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Credit Card Options
FIGURE 16 – CREDIT CARD OPTIONS SCREEN
To access Credit Card Options, touch PRICING AND COSTS on the Control Panel, touch
SETTINGS on the left side of the screen, and then touch CREDIT CARD OPTIONS.
A check in the box next to “Accept Credit Card Payment” enables credit card payment
on the system. To stop your machine from accepting credit card payments, touch the
box and ensure that there is no check mark next to this option.
A check next to “Pulse Hard Meter” indicates that a credit card purchase will pulse the
machine’s hard meter.
Manage Free Games
FIGURE 17 – MANAGE FREE GAMES SCREEN
To manage free games on the system, touch PRICING AND COSTS on the Control Panel,
touch ACTIONS on the left side of the screen, and then touch MANAGE FREE GAMES.
On the Manage Free Games screen, you can see the maximum number of free games
allowed on the machine, and how many free games are currently on the system. Touch
a button on the page to perform the indicated action.
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Control Panel—Collection and Fees
FIGURE 18 – CONTROL PANEL COLLECTION AND FEES OVERVIEW SCREEN
IMPORTANT: Collection information cannot be cleared from the CONTROL PANEL—Collection and Fees Screens. To clear and compete a collection, access the
Collection and Fees section of the QUICK ACCESS PANEL. Please see the “Quick
Access Panel—Collection and Fees” section earlier in this manual for details.
When you first enter the Collection and Fees screens, you’ll see the Overview screen.
This will give a brief description of what can be found in these screens, and it will also
show you the balance to split, the number of days since last collection, the split percentage, and how full both the bill acceptor and coin box are.
Touch SETTINGS on the left side of the screen to run Cash Settlement Setup.
COLLECTION AND FEES
OVERVIEW
VIEW BALANCE TO SPLIT
VIEW NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE LAST COLLECTION
VIEW SPLIT PERCENTAGE
VIEW PERCENTAGE OF BILL ACCEPTOR FILLED
VIEW PERCENTAGE OF COIN BOX FILLED
SETTINGS
RUN CASH SETTLEMENT SETUP
• Enable/Disable Show Operator Cut to Location
• Set Location Split Percentage
• View Revenue Share Percentage
• View Credit Card Fee Percentage
• View/Adjust Tax Percentage
• View/Set Optional Fees
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Cash Settlement Setup
In Cash Settlement Setup you can turn on/off the location’s ability to see the operator’s
cut of the earnings. You can also set the location split percentage, view the revenue
share and credit card fee percentages, and adjust the tax percentage and other fees.
NOTE: This is the only place where you can actually adjust fees on the system. You
can view all fees through the Quick Access Panel—Collection and Fees screens.
Please see that section of the manual for more details.
Navigating Cash Settlement Setup
Changes made in Cash Settlement Setup are stored as soon as they are changed on
screen. However, you can touch RESET PAGE to return the settings to what they were
when you entered the screen (before any changes were made). You can also touch
USE DEFAULTS to revert to the factory default settings for that screen. Touch NEXT to
continue with Cash Settlement Setup, or BACK to return to the previous screen.
Using Cash Settlement Setup
FIGURE 19 – CASH SETTLEMENT LOCATION SCREEN
On the LOCATION screen: A check in the box next to “Show Operator Cut” will allow
the location to see the operator’s cut of the earnings on the Collection and Fees screen
when you touch Balance to Split. Use the plus and minus buttons to adjust the Location Split Percentage.
FIGURE 20 – CASH SETTLEMENT FEES SCREEN
On the FEES screen: Any editable fee has a pencil icon next to it. Touch this icon to
edit the fee.
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Control Panel—Games
FIGURE 21 – CONTROL PANEL GAMES OVERVIEW SCREEN
When you first enter the Games screens, you’ll see the Overview screen. This will give
a brief description of what can be found in these screens, and it will also show you what
(if any) advanced filters are enabled on the machine.
Touch SETTINGS on the left side of the screen to access the Game Setup Wizard.
Touching GAMEPLAY SETTINGS will take you directly to the Gameplay Settings screen
in the Game Setup Wizard; this button is simply a shortcut.
GAMES
OVERVIEW
VIEW ENABLED ADVANCED FILTERS
SETTINGS
GAME SETUP WIZARD
• Enable Erotic
• Change Erotic Settings
• Enable Erotic Based on Time of Day
• Category Setup
• Enable Game Continue
• Enable Auto-Continue
• Enable Card Fanning Before Games
• Enable Show Correct Answer in Trivia Games
• Enable Extended Play
GAMEPLAY SETTINGS
• This button is a shortcut to the Gameplay Settings screen
of the Game Setup Wizard
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Game Setup Wizard
The Game Setup Wizard will walk you through all the game options on the system. This
includes the enabling and configuring of erotic content on the system, setting up the
categories that the players will see on screen, and fine-tuning the gameplay settings.
Navigating the Game Setup Wizard
Changes made in the Game Setup Wizard are stored as soon as they are changed on
screen. However, you can touch RESET PAGE to return the settings to what they were
when you entered the screen (before any changes were made). You can also touch
USE DEFAULTS to revert to the factory default settings for that screen. Touch NEXT to
continue with Game Setup, or BACK to return to the previous screen.
NOTE: Touching GAMEPLAY SETTINGS on the SETTINGS screen will take you to
that page in the Game Setup Wizard, so navigation of this page will behave just
as it does in the Wizard.
Erotic Settings
FIGURE 22 – EROTIC SETTINGS SCREEN
A check in the box next to “Enable Erotic” indicates that erotic content (including erotic
games and idle screens) will appear on the system. After enabling erotic, select a rating level by using the “LEVEL” drop-down. Touch a block of time to change the erotic
settings for that time of the day, or use the drop-down menus to quickly change large
blocks of time.
Please see the screen’s help text for detailed information about the erotic ratings.
When you are finished with this screen, touch NEXT to continue with the Game Setup
Wizard.
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Category Setup
FIGURE 23 – CATEGORY SETUP SCREEN
On this screen you can select which categories the player will be able to choose games
from. A check in the box next to a category’s name indicates that it is active and players
will see it on screen. You can also edit which games appear in a particular category. Do
so by touching the pencil icon next to a category’s name.
Editing a Category
FIGURE 24 – CATEGORY EDIT SCREEN
After touching a pencil icon next to a category on the Category Setup screen, you’ll be
able to edit the games in that particular category and the order that these games appear
on screen. The name of the category you’re editing (CARDS, PUZZLES, etc.) will appear
listed above the heading AVAILABLE GAMES.
NOTE: Touching the arrow next to the category name will allow you to jump quickly
between categories.
Touch the arrow next to the name of any game to add it to the category (the name of
the game will move from the left side of the screen to the right side). Touch the X next
to any game to remove it from that category. Both of these actions can also be done by
touching a game and dragging it where you want.
Touch the arrows at the bottom of the AVAILABLE GAMES window to cycle through
games that are not assigned to the category you’re editing. Touch the arrows at the bottom of the PAGE window to cycle through games currently assigned to the category. If
a game is listed under the heading PAGE 1, it will appear on that category’s first page
of game listings. If it’s listed under PAGE 2, it’ll be on that category’s second page, and
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so on. You can also drag and drop games between pages so that the games are laid
out on screen exactly as you want them to be.
Touch AUTO-FILL ALL GAMES to place every available game into a category. Touch
CLEAR ALL to remove all games from a category.
Touching NEXT or BACK on this screen takes you to the Category Setup screen.
Gameplay Settings
FIGURE 25 – GAMEPLAY SETTINGS SCREEN
On this screen you can enable/disable any of the gameplay settings listed. Touch the
green help ? next to any option to read about that option. A check in a box next to an
option means that it is enabled on the system. Touching the pencil icon next to any option
allows you to enable it for certain games. A check next to any game name (after touching
the pencil icon) indicates that the option is enabled for that game.
NOTE: Touching the GAMEPLAY SETTINGS button on the GAMES > SETTINGS
screen takes you to this screen. The button on the SETTINGS screen is merely a
shortcut here.
Extended Play
FIGURE 26 – EXTENDED PLAY SCREEN
On the Gameplay Settings screen, you can enable Extended Play games. This feature
extends the length of gameplay, though only certain games have Extended Play available.
Touch the pencil icon next to “EXTENDED PLAY” on the Gameplay Settings screen to
go to the Extended Play screen. On this screen, a check in the box next to any game
indicates that it is in Extended Play mode. Touching the green ? next to any game will tell
you what this means for each individual game. You can also change the pricing for these
games on this screen by assigning them to a pricing tier or manually adjusting the price.
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Control Panel—Menu
FIGURE 27 – CONTROL PANEL MENU OVERVIEW SCREEN
When you first enter the Menu screens, you’ll see the Overview screen. This will give a
brief description of what can be found in these screens.
Touch SETTINGS on the left side of the screen to access Player and Leaderboard
settings.
MENU
SETTINGS
PLAYER SETTINGS
• Allow Facebook Avatars to Be Displayed
LEADERBOARD OPTIONS
• Enable and Set Auto-Clear of Local Leaderboards
• Enable/Disable Displaying Usernames in Local Leaderboards
Player Settings
FIGURE 28 – PLAYER SETTINGS SCREEN
Touch the green ? next to any option to read about that option. A check in the box next
to an option means that it is enabled on the system. Touch RESET PAGE to return the
settings to what they were when you entered the screen (before any changes were
made). You can also touch USE DEFAULTS to revert back to the factory default settings for this screen.
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Leaderboard Options
FIGURE 29 – LEADERBOARD OPTIONS SCREEN
On this screen you can choose to have the system automatically clear the local leaderboards after a set amount of time. A check in the box next to “AUTO-CLEAR LOCAL
LEADERBOARDS” shows that this option is enabled. If this is enabled, please select how
often you want the leaderboards to auto-clear by touching one of the on-screen options.
A check in the box next to “DISPLAY NAME IN LOCAL LEADERBOARDS” will do just
that—display names on the local leaderboards. If this box is not checked, names will
not appear on local leaderboards.
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Control Panel—Machine Settings
FIGURE 30 – CONTROL PANEL MACHINE SETTINGS OVERVIEW SCREEN
When you first enter the Machine Settings screens, you’ll see the Overview screen. This
will give a brief description of what can be found in these screens, and lists the location
information associated with the machine.
Touch SETTINGS on the left side of the screen to set the machine name, set the machine
location, set advanced filters, or restore the machine to its default settings
MACHINE SETTINGS
OVERVIEW
VIEW LOCATION INFORMATION
SETTINGS
SET MACHINE NAME
SET MACHINE LOCATION
SET ADVANCED FILTERS
RESTORE MACHINE PROFILE DEFAULTS
Set Machine Name
FIGURE 31 – MACHINE NAME SCREEN
During initial setup of your system, you were given the opportunity to set a machine name.
AMI will use the game’s serial number for identification purposes, so this would merely be
a secondary name used solely by you (if you have your own way of tracking machines).
Touch SET MACHINE NAME from the SETTINGS screen to either change the name
that’s associated with the system, or to enter a new name if one hasn’t been set before.
NOTE: Be sure to touch SUBMIT if you enter a new machine name.
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Set Machine Location
FIGURE 32 – SET MACHINE LOCATION SCREEN
Touch SET MACHINE LOCATION to change the location information associated with the
machine. After touching this button, you can either use the drop-down menu to choose
from any of your existing locations, or you can touch CREATE NEW LOCATION to enter
information for a new location.
NOTE: Be sure to touch SUBMIT if you want to enter new location information.
Set Advanced Filters
FIGURE 33 – SET ADVANCED FILTERS SCREEN
A check in the box next to a filter indicates that the filter is enabled. Touch the green ?
next to a filter to read its description. Touch RESET PAGE to return the settings to what
they were when you entered the screen (before any changes were made). You can
also touch USE DEFAULTS to revert back to the factory default settings for this screen.
Restore Machine to Profile Defaults
Your machine profile is essentially a list of settings for the system. The profile was
set during the initial setup of the system. Touch RESTORE MACHINE TO PROFILE
DEFAULTS to clear all edited settings from the machine and revert ALL settings to the
profile’s configuration.
IMPORTANT: This will clear ALL of the settings you changed on the entire system.
Proceed ONLY if you wish to clear ALL of the changes you made.
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Megatouch Live Player Features
In addition to the great new games, enhanced gameplay, and cutting-edge graphics,
Megatouch Live systems offer players whole new ways to experience their favorite casual
gaming system. What follows in this section is a brief overview of these features so that
you, the operator, will know all the ins and outs of the player experience.
Getting a Megatouch Live Account
Players can get a Megatouch Live account for free right at the machine. All they need to
do is follow the simple on-screen instructions. After they have their account set up, they
can access the following features:
Tokens
Credits purchased by the player can be traded for tokens. These tokens are used to
get in-game upgrades.
Upgrades
Upgrades are special gameplay features that the player can unlock by trading in their
tokens. There are three different upgrades available for each game, though players can
only use one upgrade per game.
Challenges and Megatouch Live Points
Challenges are objectives that a player can achieve while playing a single game or over
the course of multiple games. When players fulfill these challenges, they will have points
added to their Megatouch Live Score. The more difficult the challenge is to achieve, the
more points the player will be awarded. They can then compare their Megatouch Live
Score with other Megatouch Live players all over the country.
Global Leaderboards
In addition to a global Megatouch Live Leaderboards, players with a Megatouch Live
account can view global leaderboards for the highest game and Battle Arena scores
(Battle Arena is also known as Head-to-Head). These leaderboards also have different
listings for Standard and Extended Play, as well as monthly and all-time bests.
Linking with Facebook
Megatouch Live players will have the ability to link their account with their Facebook
account. By doing so, players can post things like challenges completed, high scores,
and Battle Arena wins directly from the game to their Facebook page. Players can also
add comments to their Megatouch Live Facebook posts (200 character limit), or “check
in” from any Megatouch location.
Player Cards
Once players have a Megatouch Live account, they can then link a card to their account
to make logging in even easier. Players can use a credit card or any other unique swipeable card with enough information on it for the system to recognize. The ML-1 comes with
a pack of branded Megatouch Live player cards that can be given to players. Additional
packs of 10 cards are available (part number: PM0803-01).
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Moving Your Megatouch ML-1 From One Location to Another
It is recommended that you perform a collection on your ML-1 before moving it to a new
location. For details on performing a collection, please see the “Quick Access Panel—
Collection and Fees” section of this manual.
It is also recommended that you sync your system with the server so that no information
is lost. To sync your system, go to the Operator Home Page and touch the sync button
near the top-right part of the screen (see Figure 34).
FIGURE 34 – SYNC BUTTON
After you move your ML-1 to its new location, you will need to re-establish its Internet
connection. If you are connecting the machine using a Ethernet cable, this should be
detected by the machine and automatically connect.
If you are wirelessly connecting the machine, or you need to configure a router, enter
Operator Setup and refer to the “Initial Setup” section of this manual for details on how
to connect.
NOTE: An easy way to tell if your machine is connected is to look at the Megatouch logo on the upper left corner of the Player Menu. If this logo is in color, the
machine is connected. If this logo is grayed out, the machine is not connected.
IMPORTANT: If your machine isn’t connected for an extended period of time, it
will become non-functional. If this occurs, enter Operator Setup and configure
your connection.
After moving your machine, the new location information must be stored on your system.
To change the machine’s location information, please refer to the “Control Panel—Machine Settings” section of this manual.
IMPORTANT: If you move a machine to a different state or country, in addition to
these steps, you will also need to change the machine’s profile. Please see the
next section of this manual for details on how to do so.
If a Megatouch unit that accepts credit cards is moved between the U.S. and
Canada, Customer Service must be notified two business days before activating
the credit card feature in the new country. Failure to notify Customer Service will
put the operator in violation of card processing regulations, for which the operator
assumes full responsibility. Furthermore, players who pay by credit card in the
new country will be surprised with currency exchange fees, which will likely lead
them to call their credit card company, dispute the charge, and obtain a charge
reversal. The net result will be a credit card payment refund to the players, which
will hurt revenue.
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Changing the Machine’s Profile
It is recommended that you perform a collection on your ML-1 before changing its profile.
For details on performing a collection, please see the “Quick Access Panel—Collection
and Fees” section of this manual.
It is also recommended that you sync your system with the server so that no information
is lost. To sync your system, go to the Operator Home Page and touch the sync button
near the top-right part of the screen (see Figure 34).
The only way to change the machine’s profile is to perform the factory restore process
on the machine. A factory restore will clear all network connection information, the
connection log, volume settings, all local leaderboards, and all collection and fee data.
NOTE: The machine will not function in any way after a factory restore if it does
not have an active broadband connection to the Internet.
To change the machine’s profile:
1.
With the machine off, unlock and remove the rear door of the cabinet.
2.
Power the machine on. When the screen appears with a note at the bottom reading
“SEARCHING FOR OPERATOR INPUT”, press and hold the red operator setup
button inside the rear of the cabinet. (See Figure 1 for button location.) Once the
SETUP MENU screen appears, you can release the button.
3.
Touch FACTORY RESTORE and then touch YES to begin this process. The machine will reboot.
4.
Once this process completes and the machine boots up, you’ll have to re-perform
the initial setup for the machine. This is where you can reset your machine profile.
Follow the steps described in the “Initial Setup” section of this manual.
5.
Replace and lock the rear door.
Swapping Hard Drives
It is recommended that you perform a collection on your ML-1 systems before swapping hard drives. For details on performing a collection, please see the “Quick Access
Panel—Collection and Fees” section of this manual.
It is also recommended that you sync your systems with the server so that no information is lost. To sync a system, go to the Operator Home Page and touch the sync button
near the top-right part of the screen (see Figure 34).
When a new hard drive is detected on an ML-1, the system will recognize the new hard
drive during boot up and prompt you to perform a factory restore. By continuing, you are
beginning a factory restore on the machine.
After the factory restore is complete, you’ll have to re-perform the initial setup for the
machine. Follow the steps described in the “Initial Setup” section of this manual.
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General Care and Maintenance
IMPORTANT: This game MUST only be serviced by qualified service personnel.
CAUTION: THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE PARTS IN THIS GAME. BE CAREFUL
WHEN SERVICING THE INSIDE OF THE GAME. THE GAME SHOULD ALWAYS BE
UNPLUGGED BEFORE SERVICING.
Monitor Adjustment
The monitor has been factory set and should not need to be adjusted; however, If you
want to adjust the settings for any reason, remove the eight screws on the back of the
monitor bezel (see Figure 36 ). You can then access the monitor controls, which are
located on the rear of the LCD.
General Circuit Board Handling Information
Before handling any boards, observe the following procedures:
Prevent Electro-Static Discharge by:
1. Storing the boards in the anti-static bags in which they are shipped.
2. Removing any static charge from your body before handling the boards.
3. Using a ground strap when handling the boards.
When plugging in connectors to the board, make sure the connector is inserted straight
onto the header and that the connector covers all header pins. Most connectors are
keyed to ensure proper insertion.
Do not connect any peripheral device to the board if the power is still connected to the
peripheral, or if power is already applied to the board.
CAUTION: BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL WHEN REPLACING THE LITHIUM BATTERY ON THE MOTHERBOARD. THERE IS A DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF THE
BATTERY ON THE MOTHERBOARD IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED. ONLY REPLACE THE BATTERY WITH THE SAME TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
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Cleaning the Cabinet
The cabinet should be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Always apply the
cleaner to the cloth and not directly on the game. Liquids could enter the cabinet and
damage electronics inside.
Cleaning the Touchscreen Monitor
The touchscreen glass should be cleaned with a damp cloth and isopropyl alcohol or a
non-ammonia cleanser.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE ANY ABRASIVE SOLVENTS, ACID OR VINEGAR-BASED
CLEANSERS ON THE MONITOR OR DECALS. OVER TIME SUCH CLEANSERS
COULD HARM THE TOUCHSCREEN AND ERASE THE DECALS. BE CAREFUL NOT
TO USE COMMERCIAL CLEANERS CONTAINING ANY OF THESE SUBSTANCES.
Cleaning the Fans and Vents
The fans and vents should be cleaned of any dust and grime on a regular basis to ensure
proper ventilation of the game.
To ensure proper operation of the game, it is important that all fans are operating correctly
and that the airflow is unobstructed. Make sure nothing is placed inside the cabinet or
next to the fan vents that would inhibit the flow of air. Also, if any fans are not operating,
it is important that they be replaced.
Watchdog Timer
This game has been equipped with a feature that allows it to automatically reboot if it
encounters a problem. The watchdog timer will reboot the machine within 5 minutes
after a failure, allowing the game to automatically reset itself if a problem arises without
needing a technician present.
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ML-1 Countertop Diagrams
COIN
MECH
BILL
ACCEPTOR
CARD
READER
FIGURE 35 – FRONT VIEW OF THE ML-1 COUNTERTOP
REAR LOCK
8 SCREWS
SECURING
MONITOR
BEZEL
(BOTH SIDES)
POWER
SWITCH
ETHERNET
COUPLER
FIGURE 36 – REAR VIEW OF THE ML-1 COUNTERTOP
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COIN MECH
WIRELESS
ADAPTER
BILL
ACCEPTOR
USB PORT
COIN BOX
MOTHERBOARD
FIGURE 37 – REAR VIEW OF AN OPEN ML-1 COUNTERTOP
I/O
BOARD
POWER
SUPPLY
(NOT SHOWN)
HARD
DRIVE
METER
FIGURE 38 – REAR VIEW OF AN OPEN ML-1 COUNTERTOP
WITH BILL ACCEPTOR AND COIN BOX REMOVED
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ML-1 Countertop Replacement Parts List
REPLACEMENT COMPONENTS
ML-1 COUNTERTOP
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
SA10091-02
MOTHERBOARD
EC9791-03
EC9786-01
EC9703-XX
MEI BILL ACCEPTOR, $1/2/5, 700 STACKER
COINCO BILL ACCEPTOR, $1/5/10/20, 700 STACKER
SMILEY BILL ACCEPTOR, 300 STACKER
HW8337-XX
HW8317-XX
MECHANICAL COIN MECH
ELECTRONIC COIN MECH
EC7538-12
POWER SUPPLY
EC9858-01
WIDESCREEN TOUCHSCREEN OVERLAY
SA0645-01
22” WIDESCREEN LCD
SA10089-XX
I/O BOARD
For a complete list of replacement parts go to
www.amientertainment.com
Support > Megatouch Support Center > Parts Information.
NOTE: The parts in your game may vary. When calling for replacement
parts, please have your serial number available to ensure the accuracy of
your order.
For additional assistance, after contacting your distributor, contact:
Product Support and Services
U.S. and Canada call toll-free:
1-800-445-9353
Outside the U.S. and Canada call:
(215) 826-1400
FAX: (215) 826-1401
You can also visit our Web site
www.amientertainment.com
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Connection Diagrams
USB UPDATE
CONNECTION
WIRELESS
DEVICE AND
CREDIT CARD
READER
HARD DRIVE
(SATA 2)
POWER ON
HARNESS
AUDIO OUT
TOP VIEW OF MOTHERBOARD
ETHERNET
POWER
I/O
BOARD
TOUCHSCREEN
CONTROLLER
HDMI
TO LCD
CONNECTOR SIDE VIEW OF MOTHERBOARD
FIGURE 39 – MOTHERBOARD DRAWING
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Connection Diagrams
J20
J1 MECHANICAL
MECH
ELECTRONIC
MECH
J3
BILL
ACCEPTOR
JP212
LIGHTSHOW
JP211
LIGHTSHOW
J12
AUDIO OUT
TO SPEAKERS
P1
FAN
POWER
J15
AUDIO IN FROM
MOTHERBOARD
J2
METER 1
J5
TO USB PORT ON
MOTHERBOARD
J14
POWER ON
J11
SETUP
J6
POWER FROM
POWER SUPPLY
FIGURE 40 – I/O BOARD DRAWING
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Video Machine Limited Warranty
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. warrants this video machine to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of three years from the date of purchase. The
warranty covers all electrical components (except fuses and light bulbs).
Failure due to misuse, vandalism, excessive or intentional abuse, operation outside
specified conditions (including, but not limited to, improper electrical power source),
fire, water damage, acts of God, acts of war and civil unrest are specifically excluded.
AMI products are carefully inspected and thoroughly tested prior to packing and shipment.
Any damage discovered upon receipt of goods, whether obvious or concealed, must
be reported immediately to the delivering carrier and claims made directly to them. AMI
assumes no responsibility for damages once the product has left its facilities and any
disputes regarding transportation damage must be resolved with the shipping company(s).
AMI will repair or replace, at its option, any component, part or assembly that fails under
warranty, provided that the failed item is returned, shipping charges prepaid, to AMI’s
repair facility, and AMI is notified of the failure within the warranty period. AMI reserves
the right to request the serial numbers of the item and/or game which has failed, and
copies of sales invoices, bills of lading or other documents as required to determine the
validity of the warranty coverage. AMI will return or replace warranty items, as specified
above, shipping charges prepaid, by ground transportation.
AMI’s obligation shall be limited to repair or replacement as stated above, and shall
specifically exclude any liability for consequential damages or loss of earnings.
AMI may, at its discretion, provide replacement parts under warranty prior to receiving
defective items, without incurring any ongoing obligation to extend such accommodations.
In certain instances, due to geographical or other considerations, AMI may offer PCB
warranty service on an extended time basis as follows:
(a) User notifies AMI in writing (or FAX) of PCB failure, providing dates of failure, serial
numbers, and a brief description of failure symptoms.
(b) Failed PCBs are accumulated for a time period or quantity accumulation, as designated by AMI and sent in one shipment to save shipping expenses.
(c) AMI honors warranty as per dates of failure notification.
The above terms and conditions constitute the sole obligation, written or implied, of AMI
under its warranty coverage.
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COPYRIGHT © 2011 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. Software License Agreement
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. (“Licensor”) is willing to license the enclosed software to you
only if you accept all of the terms in this license agreement (“Agreement”).
Ownership of the Software
1.
The enclosed Megatouch® product, which may include but is not limited to the Megatouch
software program (“Software”) and the accompanying written materials, are owned
by Licensor and are protected by United States copyright laws, patent laws and other
intellectual property laws, by laws of other nations, and by international treaties.
Restrictions on Use and Transfer
2.
If this Software package contains multiple media types (such as CDs, flash cards, hard
drives, etc), then you may use only the type of media appropriate for your Machine. You
may not use the other media types on another Machine, or transfer, or assign them to
another user except as part of the permanent transfer of the Software and all written
materials (as provided for below in paragraph 4).
3.
You may make one copy of the software for backup purposes only. You may not copy
or make backup copies of any software security key or software security device under
any circumstances.
4.
You may permanently transfer the right to use the Software and accompanying written
materials (including the most recent update and all prior versions) if you retain no copies
and the transferee agrees in writing to be bound by the terms of this Agreement. Such
a transfer of this license to another party immediately terminates your license. You may
not otherwise transfer or assign the right to use the Software, except as stated in this
paragraph.
5.
You may not operate or allow the operation of the Software at locations where the
operation of such Software does not comply with all local, state, and other governmental
body laws and regulations. You agree to not use or permit the use of the Software in
violation of any U.S. Federal, state, or local laws or regulations or any foreign law or
regulation, including laws regarding gaming, gambling or intellectual property rights in
or concerning the Software.
6.
You may not modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble the
Software or create derivative works from the Software or any component thereof; nor may
you remove, modify or hide or otherwise make unreadable or non-viewable any notice,
legend, advice, watermark or other designation contained on the Software, component
thereof, or output therefrom.
7.
You agree that the Software and the authorship, systems, ideas, inventions methods
of operation, documentation and other information contained therein, and all versions,
modifications and adaptations thereto are proprietary intellectual properties of Licensor
and are protected by civil and criminal law, and by copyright, trade secret, trademark
and the patent laws of the United States and other countries.
Limited Warranty
8.
Licensor warrants, solely for your benefit, that the Software will function in material
conformity, with its accompanying documentation for a period outlined in Licensor’s
standard product warranty period after your receipt of the Software.
Licensor’s Obligations Under Warranty
9.
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Licensor’s sole obligation under the aforesaid warranty shall be to utilize commercially
reasonable efforts to correct or modify such portion of the Software as to make it materially
conform with the applicable documentation.
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Grant Of License
10. Licensor grants to you a limited, non-exclusive license to distribute and/or use one copy
of the Software on a single Megatouch (“Machine”) accompanied by a single licensor
factory authorized security key. Licensor reserves the right to update versions of the
software and the content to the Machine as deemed appropriate by the Licensor. You
are entrusted to maintain and protect your single licensor factory authorized security key,
password, or other identification from being utilized by any third party, and you agree
to be responsible for any use of the Software provided herein by a third party utilizing
your identification. Licensor maintains the right to immediately terminate your License
for reasons related to misuse or other non-conformity with the rules expressed herein.
While Licensor does not routinely inspect Machines, Licensor also reserves the right
to inspect or audit the Software from time to time in Licensor’s sole discretion. To the
extent that Licensor’s access to the Software requires that Licensor also gain access
to a Machine in which the Software is installed, you agree to promptly provide Licensor,
when requested, with permission and aid in Licensor gaining access to the Machine.
Disclaimers
11. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THE SECTION ENTITLED “LIMITED WARRANTY”,
LICENSOR MAKES NO OTHER PROMISES, REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES,
WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING OR RELATING TO THE
SOFTWARE OR CONTENT THEREIN OR TO ANY OTHER MATERIAL FURNISHED
OR PROVIDED TO YOU PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE
AND LICENSOR SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT
TO SAID MATERIALS OR THE USE THEREOF. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
ALLOWABLE BY LAW THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE OR OTHER UNIFORM
LAWS SHALL NOT APPLY TO THIS AGREEMENT.
Limitation on Liability
12. IN NO EVENT SHALL LICENSOR BE LIABLE UNDER ANY CLAIM, DEMAND
OR ACTION ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE SOFTWARE, ITS USE,
INSTALLATION OR LICENSOR’S PERFORMANCE OR LACK THEREOF UNDER
THIS AGREEMENT FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER OR NOT LICENSOR HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION. IN ADDITION,
WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, IN ALL EVENTS THE REMEDIES AVAILABLE
TO YOU SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT PAID BY YOU TO LICENSOR FOR
THE SOFTWARE.
13. IN NO EVENT WILL LICENSOR BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
LOSS OF PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE, MISUSE, BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT
OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE.
General
14. The validity and construction of this Agreement and of the rights and obligations herein
shall be determined and governed by the laws of the State of New York. By accepting
the terms of this Agreement, you acknowledge and accept that the courts of New York,
New York shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue regarding any disputes arising with
regard to this Agreement or arising out of activity or misuse of the Software.
15. AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. in its sole discretion, may assign this agreement or any
of its rights and obligations hereunder.
16. If you have any questions concerning this Agreement or wish to contact Licensor for any
reason, please write: AMI Entertainment Network, Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle, Bristol,
PA 19007, USA.
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COPYRIGHT © 2011 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
Contrat de licence de logiciel de AMI Entertainment Network, Inc.
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. (ci-après le “Concédant”) est disposé à vous accorder la licence
d’utilisation du logiciel ci-inclus, à condition que vous vous engagiez à respecter tous les termes,
clauses et conditions du présent contrat de licence (Contrat).
Droit de Propriété
1. Le produit Megatouch® ci-joint contenant, mais ne s’y limitant pas, le logiciel Megatouch (ciaprès le “logiciel”) et toute la documentation écrite, restent la propriété du Concédant et sont
protégés par : les lois de droits d’auteur des Etats-Unis, les lois s’appliquant aux brevets déposés
et à la propriété intellectuelle, ainsi que par celles des autres pays et les traités internationaux.
Restriction d’Utilisation et Transfert
2. Si le présent logiciel comprend plusieurs types de composants (tels que CD-ROM, cartes flash,
disques durs, etc), vous ne pouvez utilisez que ceux qui conviennent à votre appareil. Il est
strictement interdit de les utiliser sur un autre appareil, les transférer -ou les céder à un autre
utilisateur, sauf en cas de transfert permanent du logiciel et de toute la documentation écrite
(comme indiqué ci-dessous au paragraphe 4).
3.
Il est interdit de copier le logiciel, à l’exception d’une copie de sauvegarde. Il est aussi interdit
de reproduire -ou faire des copies de sauvegarde des programmes de clé de sécurité ou autres
fichiers de sécurité, quelles que soient les circonstances.
4.
Vous pouvez céder en permanence à un tiers -le droit d’utiliser le LOGICIEL et toute la documentation écrite l’accompagnant, (ainsi que la plus récente mise à jour et toutes autres anciennes
versions) seulement si vous n’en gardez aucune copie, et si le cessionnaire s’engage, par écrit,
à respecter les termes, clauses et conditions du présent Contrat. Cette cession à un tiers met
fin à votre licence immédiatement. Autrement, vous n’avez pas la permission de transférer
ou d’accorder à un tiers le droit d’utiliser le présent logiciel, excepté que tel que décrit dans le
présent paragraphe.
5.
Il est interdit d’utiliser le présent logiciel ou de permettre son utilisation dans des emplacements
où l’utilisation du présent logiciel n’est pas conforme aux lois et réglementations locales, nationales ou réglementations d’autres organismes gouvernementaux. Vous acceptez de ne pas
utiliser ou d’autoriser l’utilisation du logiciel d’une manière enfreignant les lois ou regulations
s’appliquant à la propriété intellectuelle et au jeu, en vigueur aux Etats-Unis ou dans les autres
pays du monde, y compris les lois de l’ensemble du logiciel.
6.
Il est interdit de modifier, adapter, traduire, démonter, décompiler, désassembler le logiciel
ou créer du matériel dérivé du logiciel ou de tout composant de celui-ci ; vous ne pouvez pas
enlever, modifier ou cacher ou rendre illisible ou non-visible toute instruction, légende, information ou filigrane ou autre désignation qui apparaît dans le logiciel, composant dudit logiciel ou
résultant dudit logiciel.
7.
Vous convenez que le logiciel et les droits d’auteur, les systèmes, les idées, les inventions,
les méthodes d’utilisation, la documentation et autre information incluse, ainsi que toutes les
versions, modifications et adaptations qui s’y rattachent sont les propriétés intellectuelles du
Concédant et sont protégées par le droit civil et pénal et par le droit d’auteur, le secret commercial, la marque déposée et le brevet aux Etats-Unis et dans les autres pays du monde.
Limite de Garantie
8. Le Concédant garantit seulement à votre intention, que le logiciel permettra une utilisation
conforme, avec la documentation l’accompagnant, pendant la période de temps indiquée dans
la période de garantie du produit standard du Concédant, à compter de la date de livraison du
logiciel.
Responsabilité du Concédant aux termes de la Garantie
9. La seule obligation du Concédant aux termes de la garantie susmentionnée sera de faire tous
les efforts commercialement raisonnables pour corriger ou modifier la partie du logiciel pour le
rendre matériellement conforme aux spécifications de la documentation.
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Concession de Licence
10. Le Concédant vous accorde le droit d’utiliser une seule copie par appareil Megatouch (ciaprès “Appareil”) accompagné d’une seule clé de sécurité autorisée en usine et fournie par
le Concédant. Le Concédant se réserve le droit de mise à jour des versions du logiciel et
du contenu de l’Appareil, quand il juge nécessaire de le faire. Il vous appartient également
d’empêcher que les mots de passe ou autres codes et la clé de sécurité soient utilisés par un
tiers. Vous acceptez d’assumer la responsabilité dans le cas de l’utilisation du logiciel par un
tiers. Le Concédant se réserve le droit de résilier votre contrat de licence à tout moment dans
l’éventualité d’une utilisation non-conforme aux clauses stipulées. Bien que le Concédant ne
contrôle pas les appareils périodiquement, il se réserve toutefois le droit de contrôler le logiciel
à tout moment et sans préavis de sa part. De surcroît, dans l’éventualité où le logiciel n’est
accessible qu’à travers la machine dans laquelle il est installé, le licencié s’engage à donner
libre accès au Concédant, ou ses représentants, à la machine et dans les plus brefs délais.
Exclusion de toute autre garantie
11. EXCEPTE COMME PREVU DANS LA SECTION INTITULEE “LIMITE DE GARANTIE”, LE
CONCEDANT N’ASSURE AUCUNE AUTRE GARANTIE DE QUELQUE NATURE ET A
QUELQUE TITRE QUE CE SOIT, EXPLICITE OU IMPLICITE, EN RAPPORT AVEC LE
LOGICIEL ET LES COMPOSANTS QUI L’ACCOMPAGNENT OU, LE CAS ECHEANT,
TOUT SUPPORT OU MATERIEL FOURNI CONFORMEMENT AU PRESENT CONTRATEN
PARTICULIER, LE CONCEDANT NE PEUT DONNER AUCUNE GARANTIE, DE QUELQUE
NATURE QUE CE SOIT, POUR LA COMMERCIALISATION DE TOUS LES PRODUITS
EN RAPPORT AVEC LE LOGICIEL OU AVEC L’UTILISATION DE CELUI-CI. DANS LA
MESURE OU CELA EST PERMIS PAR LA LOI, LE CODE UNIFORME COMMERCIAL OU
AUTRE LOI UNIFORME NE S’APPLIQUE PAS AU PRESENT CONTRAT.
Limite de Responsabilité
12. LE CONCEDANT NE SERA EN AUCUN CAS RESPONSABLE DE TOUTE RECLAMATION, DEMANDE OU ACTION RESULTANT DE OU EN RAPPORT AVEC LE LOGICIEL,
SON UTILISATION OU SON INSTALLATION, OU LA PERFORMANCE OU MANQUE DE
PERFORMANCE DU CONCEDANT EN VERTU DU PRESENT CONTRAT POUR TOUS
DOMMAGES D’UNE NATURE QUI N’EST PAS PRESUMEE PAR LA LOI ET QUI DOIVENT
ETRE EXPRESSEMENT PROUVES, DOMMAGE INDIRECTS, DOMMAGES-INTERETS
POUR PREJUDICE MORAL, QUE LE CONCEDANT AIT ETE AVISE OU NON DE LA
POSSIBILITE D’UNE TELLE RECLAMATION, DEMANDE OU ACTION. DE PLUS, SANS
LIMITER CE QUI PRECEDE, LES DEDOMMAGEMENTS A VOTRE DISPOSITION SERONT
LIMITES AU MONTANT QUE VOUS AUREZ PAYE AU CONCEDANT POUR LE LOGICIEL.
13. LE CONCEDANT NE SERA EN AUCUN CAS RESPONSIBLE : D’UNE RUPTURE DE CONTRAT, DES DOMMAGES, Y COMPRIS TOUTE PERTE DE PROFIT, PERTES D’ECONOMIE
OU TOUS AUTRES DOMMAGES INDIRECTS OU DOMMAGES-INTERETS ACCESSOIRES
DECOULANT DE LA MAUVAISE UTILISATION OU DE L’IMPOSSIBILITE D’UTILISATION
DU LOGICIEL.
Dispositions Générales
14. La validité et la construction du présent Contrat et les droits et obligations ci-inclus seront déterminés et régis par les lois de l’état de New York aux États-Unis. En acceptant les dispositions
du présent contrat, vous acceptez également que tous litiges ou revendications relatives seront
réglés par voie d’arbitrage par un tribunal de l’état de New York, aux Etats-Unis.
15. AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. se réserve le droit de transférer le présent Contrat à
un tiers ainsi que ses droits et obligations ci-après.
16. Pour toutes questions concernant le présent Contrat -ou si vous désirez contacter le
Concédant pour une raison quelconque, veuillez écrire à : AMI Entertainment Network,
Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle, Bristol, PA 19007, Etats-Unis.
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COPYRIGHT © 2011 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. Softwarelizenzabkommen
AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. („Lizenzgeber”) ist nur dann bereit Ihnen eine Lizenz für
die beiliegende Software zu erteilen, wenn Sie alle Bestimmungen dieses Lizenzabkommens
(“Abkommen”) akzeptieren.
Eigentumsvorbehalt der Software
1. Das beiliegende Megatouch®-Produkt, welches das Megatouch Softwareprogramm
(„Software”) beinhalten kann, aber nicht darauf beschränkt ist, und die schriftlichen Unterlagen sind Eigentum des Lizenzgebers und sind durch die Gesetze der Vereinigten
Staaten und anderer Länder und durch internationale Verträge urheberrechtlich geschützt.
Beschränkungen im Gebrauch und Transfer
2. Sollte diese Softwarelieferung mehrere Medien enthalten (z.B. CD, Karten, Festplatten usw.),
dürfen Sie nur die für Ihre Maschine angebrachte Medienart verwenden. Die anderen Medienarten dürfen nicht auf anderen Maschinen verwendet werden oder an Dritte übergeben
werden, abgesehen von einem endgültigen Transfer der Software und aller schriftlichen
Unterlagen (wie im untenstehenden Paragraphen 4 beschrieben).
3. Sie dürfen nur eine Sicherungskopie der Software herstellen. Unter keinen Umständen dürfen
Sie einen Softwaresicherungsschlüssel oder Sicherungsmaßnahmen kopieren oder davon
Sicherungskopien herstellen.
4. Sie dürfen das Nutzungsrecht für die Software und die schriftlichen Unterlagen (einschließlich
der aktuellen Version und aller vorhergehenden Versionen) an Dritte übertragen, wenn Sie
keine Kopie behalten und wenn der Empfänger die Bestimmungen dieses Abkommens in
schriftlicher Form akzeptiert. Bei einem solchen Transfer der Lizenz an Dritte erlischt Ihre
Lizenz umgehend. Abgesehen von den Bestimmungen dieses Paragraphen sind alle anderen
Transfers oder Übertragungen der Nutzungsrechte für diese Software unerlaubt.
5. Sie dürfen die Software nicht benutzen oder eine Nutzung gestatten, wenn eine solche
Nutzung der Software irgendwelche Gesetze und Verordnungen der kommunalen oder
staatlichen Behörden verletzen würde. Sie verpflichten sich die Software nicht so zu
nutzen oder nutzen zu lassen, dass sie damit gegen staatliche, Bundes- oder Lokalgesetze oder Bestimmungen der USA oder gegen ausländische Gesetze oder Bestimmungen, einschliesslich aller Gesetze bezüglich Glücksspiels, Spielens oder geistigen
Eigentumrechts der Software, verstossen.
6. Es ist Ihnen nicht gestattet, die Software abzuändern, zu verändern, zu übersetzen, rückumzuwandeln, zu dekompilieren oder zu zerlegen, oder aus der Software oder eines Teils davon
andere Werke abzuleiten. Sie dürfen auch aus der Software, einem Bestandteil der Software
oder aus den Datenausgaben der Software keine Hinweise, Bemerkungen, Ratschläge, Wasserzeichen oder andere Markierungen entfernen, verändern, verbergen oder auf andere Art
unlesbar machen.
7. Sie akzeptieren, dass die Software und die Urheberschaft, die Systeme, die Ideen, Erfindungen, die Arbeitsweisen, die Dokumentation und alle anderen darin enthaltenen Informationen
und alle Versionen, Veränderungen, und Bearbeitungen davon das geistige Eigentum des
Lizenzgebers sind, und dass sie durch Straf- und Zivilgesetzgebung und durch die Copyright-,
Geschäftsgeheimnis-, Warenzeichen- und die Patentgesetze der Vereinigten Staaten und
anderer Länder geschützt sind.
Beschränkte Garantie
8. Der Lizenzgeber garantiert zu Ihren Gunsten, dass die Software für die angegebene normale
Garantiezeit des Lizenzgebers nach Ihrer Annahme der Software in erheblicher Übereinstimmung mit der beiliegenden Dokumentation laufen wird.
Verpflichtung des Lizenzgebers im Rahmen der Garantie
9. Die ausschließliche Pflicht des Lizenzgebers im Rahmen der vorstehenden Garantie besteht
darin, alle geschäftlich vertretbaren Schritte zu unternehmen, um Teile der Software zu berichtigen oder abzuändern, bis sie mit der beiliegenden Dokumentation erheblich übereinstimmen.
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Übertragung der Lizenz
10. Der Lizenzgeber gewährt Ihnen eine beschränkte, nicht-ausschliessbare Lizenz zur Vertreibung
und/oder Benutzung einer Kopie der Software auf einem einzelnen Megatouch („Gerät”) mit einem
einzelnen werksmäßig gestatteten Sicherungsschlüssel. Der Lizenzgeber behält sich das Recht vor,
nach eigenem Ermessen die Software und den Inhalt der Maschine zu verbessern. Sie sind dafür
verantwortlich ihren individuellen, vom Lizenzgeber werksmäßig gestatteten Sicherheitsschlüssel,
ihr Passwort oder anderweitigen Identifikationsmechanismus instandzuhalten und abzusichern gegen
die Nutzung durch eine dritte Partei, und sie akzeptieren die Verantwortung für jegliche Nutzung
der besagten Software durch eine dritte Partei mithilfe ihresIdentifikationsmechanismus . Obwohl
der Lizenzgeber nicht regelmässig Maschinen inspiziert, behält sich der Lizenzgeber das Recht
vor, ihre Lizenz umgehend zu kündigen aus Gründen des Missbrauchs oder bei Nichtbefolgung
der Bestimmungen in diesem Vertrag. Der Lizenzgeber behält sich ebenfalls das Recht vor, die
Software von Zeit zu Zeit nach eigenem Ermessen zu inspizieren oder zu überprüfen. Im Falle, dass
der Lizenzgeber Zugang zu dem Gerät wünscht, in dem besagte Software installiert ist, erklären
Sie sich bereit, dass sie dem Lizenzgeber, wenn nötig, Erlaubnis und Hilfe beim Zugang zum Gerät
verschaffen.
Beschränkungen
11. ABGESEHEN VON DEN BESTIMMUNGEN DES PARAGRAPHEN „BESCHRÄNKTE GARANTIE”
GIBT DER LIZENZGEBER KEINE SONSTIGEN VERSPRECHEN, VERPFLICHTUNGEN ODER
GARANTIEN, OB AUSDRÜCKLICH ODER STILLSCHWEIGEND, FÜR DIE SOFTWARE ODER
IHRE BESTANDTEILE ODER FÜR ALLE ANDEREN MATERIALIEN, DIE IHNEN IM RAHMEN
DIESES ABKOMMENS ZUR VERFÜGUNG GESTELLT ODER ÜBERLASSEN WERDEN, UND
DER LIZENZGEBER LEHNT AUSDRÜCKLICH ALLE ANSPRÜCHE AUF MARKTFÄHIGKEIT
UND EIGNUNG DER BESAGTEN MATERIALIEN FÜR DEN GEWÖHNLICHEN GEBRAUCH
AB. SOWEIT GESETZESMÄSSIG ZUGELASSEN, SOLLEN DIE HANDELSRECHTLICHE
GESETZGEBUNG AUS DEM UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE ODER ANDERE GESETZE
AUF DIESES ABKOMMEN NICHT ANWENDBAR SEIN.
Haftungsbeschränkung
12. DER LIZENZGEBER HAT KEINERLEI HAFTUNG BEI EINEM ANSPRUCH, EINER FORDERUNG ODER EINER KLAGE, DIE AUF NUTZUNG DER SOFTWARE, DEREN INSTALLIERUNG,
DER LEISTUNG DES LIZENZGEBERS ODER DESSEN VERSAGEN IM RAHMEN DIESES
ABKOMMENS FÜR JEGLICHE FOLGE-, INDIREKTE, SONDER- ODER NEBENSCHÄDEN
BERUHEN, SELBST WENN DER LIZENZGEBER AUF DIE MÖGLICHKEIT EINES SOLCHEN
ANSPRUCHES, EINER FORDERUNG ODER EINER KLAGE HINGEWIESEN WURDE. WEITERHIN UND OHNE BESCHRÄNKUNG DES LETZTEN SATZES, DÜRFEN IN ALLEN FÄLLEN
DIE IHNEN ZUR VERFÜGUNG STEHENDEN ABHILFEN DIE VON IHNEN FÜR DIE SOFTWARE
AN DEN LIZENZGEBER GEZAHLTE SUMME NICHT ÜBERSCHREITEN.
13. DER LIZENZGEBER HAT IN KEINEM FALL EINE HAFTUNG IHNEN GEGENÜBER FÜR
SCHÄDEN, EINSCHLIESSLICH ETWAIGER GEWINNVERLUSTE, NICHT REALISIERTER
EINSPARUNGEN ODER ANDERER NEBEN- ODER FOLGESCHÄDEN, DIE AUS IHRER
VERWENDUNG, MISSBRAUCH, VERLETZUNG DIESES ABKOMMENS ODER GEBRAUCHSUNFÄHIGKEIT DER SOFTWARE ENTSTEHEN.
Allgemein
14. Die Rechtsgültigkeit und Provisionen dieses Abkommens und der darin enthaltenen Rechte und Pflichten werden durch die Gesetze des Staates von New York bestimmt. Sollten sie diese Vereinbarungen
annehmen, dann akzeptieren Sie, dass der ausschliessliche Erfüllungsort und Gerichtsstand bei den
Gerichten von New York im Staat New York liegen hinsichtlich aller Streitigkeiten, die diesen Vertrag
betreffen, oder die durch Leistung oder Missbrauch der besagten Software entstehen.
15. AMI Entertainment Network, Inc. kann nach eigenem Ermessen dieses Abkommen oder jedes der
darin enthaltenen Rechte und Pflichten an Dritte abtreten.
16. Bei Rückfragen über dieses Abkommen oder wenn Sie den Lizenzgeber aus einem anderen Grund
kontaktieren wollen, bitte schreiben an: AMI Entertainment Network, Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle,
Bristol, PA 19007, USA.
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Please read the enclosed license agreement. Operation of this game
constitutes acceptance of the AMI Software License Agreement.
Veuillez lire le contrat de licence d’utilisation ci-inclus. Si vous utilisez ce
jeu, vous vous engagez à respecter les termes et conditions du contrat
de licence d’utilisation du logiciel de AMI.
Bitte beiliegendes Lizenzabkommen durchlesen. Das AMI Software
Lizenzabkommen tritt in Kraft, sobald dieses Spiel verwendet wird.
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