- Manufacturer: A.E.A. (Sega)
- Year: 1981
- Cabinet type: Cabaret
- Measures (WxHxD): 49,2 x 151,5 x 54,0 cm
- Working voltage: 220V
- Maximum consumption: 139,5W 0,770A
- Technology: Horizontal color raster monitor
Carnival is a skill game where the player must hit all moving targets and flags placed at the top of the screen using a gun. Some ducks sometimes get animated trying to steal bullets while several bonus/malus features appear on the screen. Each level is followed by a bonus level with the classic hitting bear that increase in number level by level. The soundtrack is the typical circus tune that if it disturbs too much it can be turned off by hitting the note symbol on the right of the screen. Globally it is a rather simple game in its rules but it requires a certain ability to hit the targets having a limited number of bullets.
This specific cabinet is an Italian production manufactured by A.E.A. with SEGA license. There is not a cabaret version of this game abroad, because the A.E.A. recycled the unused Monaco-GP cabaret by covering the lateral arts with new graphics and modifying the front glass to adapt them to this game. Unfortunately, the side arts were damaged so we reproduced them, and the cash door was missing and we had to rebuilt it. The game is now in excellent condition and represents a pearl in terms of game and a rarity in terms of cabinet shape.