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Edward J Suchocki

from Buffalo Grove, IL
Age ~67

Edward Suchocki Phones & Addresses

  • 614 Hapsfield Ln, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 537-5406
  • 6111 Kedvale Ave, Chicago, IL 60629 (773) 735-5165
  • Cicero, IL

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Computer Games

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Edward Suchocki

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Location:
Greater Chicago Area
Industry:
Computer Games

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Edward Suchocki
Operations Manager
Radiantvue, LLC
Mfg Signs/Advertising Specialties
5250 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 784-8100

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Us Patents

Graphical Control Of A Time-Based Set-Up Feature For A Video Game

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US Patent:
6563523, May 13, 2003
Filed:
Oct 28, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/428355
Inventors:
Edward J. Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL
Christopher M. Steele - Mount Prospect IL
Assignee:
Midway Amusement Games LLC - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G09G 500
US Classification:
345974, 345833, 345835, 345857, 345963, 345970, 463 1, 463 30
Abstract:
In one aspect of the present invention, there is provided a graphical control of a time-based set-up feature for a video game. The graphical control including a graphical interface for visually displaying a plurality of symbols of the set-up feature along a first axis and a plurality of time periods along a second axis. The graphical control further including a selector for interacting with the graphical interface to select one or more of the symbols during one or more of the time periods.

Game Rotation System For Multiple Game Amusement Game Systems

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US Patent:
6605003, Aug 12, 2003
Filed:
Jul 5, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/899786
Inventors:
Edward J. Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL
Vince Drew Dickinson - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Midway Amusement Games LLC - Chicago IL
International Classification:
A63F 1310
US Classification:
463 29, 463 20
Abstract:
A multiple game amusement game system comprises a memory for storing a plurality of amusement games, a display for depicting a game selection menu including a set of game titles associated with certain ones of the plurality of amusement games, and a processing unit for rotating game titles into and out of the depicted set of game titles based on predetermined criteria.

Amusement Game Incentive Points System

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US Patent:
6699124, Mar 2, 2004
Filed:
Apr 17, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/836515
Inventors:
Edward J. Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL
Assignee:
Midway Amusement Games LLC - Chicago IL
International Classification:
A63F 1300
US Classification:
463 42, 700 92
Abstract:
A system for providing incentives to promoters for recommending games to players of games is provided. The system comprises one or more game machines located at one or more game sites. Each of the game machines are adapted to receive input from a player of a game indicative of an identity of a promoter of a game. The system further comprises a database adapted to store information indicative of the identity of a promoter.

Amusement Game Having A Probability-Based Award System

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US Patent:
20020160825, Oct 31, 2002
Filed:
Apr 26, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/842512
Inventors:
Neil Nicastro - Lake Forest IL, US
Edward Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL, US
Shridhar Joshi - Skokie IL, US
International Classification:
A63F013/00
US Classification:
463/016000
Abstract:
A game device allows a player to play chance-based games and skill-based games. A skill-based game is provided as an initial game, with a chance-based game being provided subsequent to the skill-based game. The chance-based game gives the player a chance to win prizes, and whether a prize is won and the value of prizes are determined by the outcome of the chance-based game.

Dynamic Touch Screen Amusement Game Controller

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US Patent:
20040130525, Jul 8, 2004
Filed:
Nov 18, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/716334
Inventors:
Edward Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL, US
International Classification:
G09G005/00
US Classification:
345/156000
Abstract:
A game device includes a presentation medium and a dynamic control area displayed on the presentation medium. The dynamic control area is a two-dimensional video representation of a three-dimensional player control interface. The dynamic control area allows the simulation of three-dimensional controllers using a touch screen interface, thereby allowing velocity and directional information to be input using a touch screen. Interaction with a amusement game under the present invention may involve interaction solely with the dynamic control area rather than the use of specialized controllers provided on the game device.

Coin Operated Entertainment System

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US Patent:
20080168807, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Sep 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/902790
Inventors:
Dominique Dion - Verdun Nun's Island, CA
Kenneth J. Fedesna - Hawthorn Woods IL, US
Mark D. Loffredo - Green Oaks IL, US
Edward J. Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL, US
Edward E. Pellegrini - Palatine IL, US
Frank J. Pellegrini - Elburn IL, US
International Classification:
E05B 65/00
H04N 7/22
US Classification:
70 94, 725 91
Abstract:
This invention in certain example instances relates generally to coin-operated video entertainment systems. More particularly, certain exemplary aspects of the invention provide methods and/or systems for controlling access to a portable coin-operated interactive entertainment device that may be used to play video games and access other forms of entertainment as well as providing features via such portable coin-operated interactive entertainment devices.

Coin Operated Game Terminal

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US Patent:
20080171594, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Jan 17, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/624008
Inventors:
Kenneth J. Fedesna - Hawthorn Woods IL, US
Mark D. Loffredo - Green Oaks IL, US
Edward J. Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL, US
Edward E. Pellegrini - Palatine IL, US
Frank J. Pellegrini - Elburn IL, US
Assignee:
WHITE RABBIT GAME STUDIO, LLC - Elk Grove Village IL
International Classification:
A63F 13/00
A63F 9/24
US Classification:
463 31, 463 46, 463 42
Abstract:
Portable coin-operated video game systems and methods are provided. Portable interactive entertainment devices are removably secured to stands. The portable interactive entertainment devices may be unsecured in response to a user providing currency or a credit card or in response to a remote control signal. The portable interactive entertainment devices may include touch screens and allow users to play video games and access data and devices connected to a local area network and a wide area network.

Gaming Device With Integrated Advertising

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US Patent:
20100069151, Mar 18, 2010
Filed:
Sep 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/284053
Inventors:
Edward Suchocki - Buffalo Grove IL, US
International Classification:
A63F 9/24
US Classification:
463 31
Abstract:
A method of operating an arcade game device having a video display is described in which revenue is obtained from an advertiser. An arcade game device is provided with advertising programming adapted and constructed to appear on the video display. The arcade game device is placed in a publicly accessible location, and members of the public are permitted to play games on the arcade game device without requiring payment.
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