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Menu Software for Internet Cafe?

by Sforzato / December 6, 2012 12:56 AM PST

I have the opportunity to help establish an Internet Cafe. It's main audience are established gamers, but I'm looking for a menu that will allow more casual walk-ins to comfortably browse the wide array of games.

As a minimum, I'm looking for a friendly GUI (it's fine if I have to tweak it), and the ability to add descriptive text to let customers know what they're looking at. The ability to sort games into custom categories is also a must have.

The ability to have "Featured" and "Most Popular" lists would also be great.

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Sorry but this idea in the USA didn't work.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2012 1:07 AM PST

What you are asking for also flies against how current games are licensed so you may encounter some hefty investment in the order of about 10K USD per game station.

Have you done the math?
Bob

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internet cafe
by sudhir221 / January 24, 2013 7:12 PM PST

Thanks for sharing this information.

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hi
by BrianMitchell1 / February 5, 2013 1:21 PM PST
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Its not a big deal you will find a lot of suggestion regarding this. A lot of GUI are there for use.

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