Welcome to Megatouch Reborn.
Dedicated to preserving everything Megatouch.

We are glad you chose to visit us and hope you will find this site useful. The site is dedicated to
the preservation of assets for these great machines, which unfortunately are no longer commercially maintained.

Megatouch was the brand name of the casual coin-operated touchscreen video game systems developed by Merit Entertainment, which was located in Bristol, PA. Megatouch LLC terminated their commercial activity in 2014 after producing its touchscreen games for over 35 years. Megatouch products were created by Merit Industries, which was acquired by St. Louis-based Harbour Group in 2002.

In 2012, AMI separated its jukebox and videogame business, and Megatouch became its own legal entity in 2013. At the time, AMI chief executive Mike Maas, who also heads up Megatouch LLC, said music and videogames are two distinct categories that have different requirements.
The Megatouch machines contained over 150 games in 5 categories (Puzzles, Strategy, Action, Cards, and Quiz and Word), with such widely-known titles as Photo Hunt, Trivia Whiz, and Tri-Towers; some machines have a sixth category, relating to adult-themed games. Games generally last around 3 minutes. Megatouch systems were available in 19 languages, and were found predominantly in bars and restaurants in 27 countries.

The Megatouch systems seen in public facilities could only be purchased by authorized distributors, there was also a Megatouch system for the home market called the Megatouch Gametime. Additionally, a system was designed for use in assisted living/retirement communities – the Megatouch MindSpark. 3 Megatouch games – Lucky 11's, Monkey Bash, and Photo Hunt were released as apps specifically designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

With no official support and no ability to purchase these machine, new replacement part or new security keys, this site was created to support the community of enthusiasts in order to provide documentation and ISO images as well as a spare-parts and game machines market place.

Please help us maintain this site by supporting it by joining our Patreon membership. Your contribution will allow us to upgrade our bandwith (faster downloads), keep this archive alive by continually revising its content and manufacturing new cool cabinets to host the after-market hardware in existence out there.

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The Megatouch Reborn Team

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