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Mini Funnel Cakes- a taste of the Carnival without the ridiculous $5 price tag!

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This is one of the most expensive foods at the fair, but it also happens to be one of the cheapest to make at home! A pinch of this, a dash of that and you’ll have delicious mini funnel cakes in no time. Plus, you can mix all of the dry ingredients ahead of time and store them in the pantry for quick, throw-together treats.

Mini Carnival Funnel Cakes

You’ll Need:
3/4 cup whole milk
1 egg
1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
powdered sugar, garnish

  1. Beat milk and egg together, set aside.
  2. Combine flour, sugar, baking soda & salt in a bowl, mix well. Add beaten milk/egg to the flour mix, whisking to incorporate.
  3. Transfer to a Squeeze bottle (old washed out ketchup bottle or condiment bottle, etc) Let it set while the oil heats (about 10 minutes). As the name “Funnel Cake” implies, you can also use a small funnel to drip the batter into the fryer.
  4. Heat (about 2 cups) oil in a deep skillet or frydaddy until it hits 365F.
  5. When the oil is hot, drizzle batter in a spiral pattern into the hot oil. Cook about 35-40 seconds per side (you want them golden brown).
  6. Remove from oil, drain on paper towels or on a lint-free cloth.
  7. Sprinkle liberally with powdered cinnamon and sugar. Makes 6 Funnel Cakes

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Funnel Cake Bites

You’ll Need:
2 cups of milk
1 egg
2 teaspoons of vanilla
2 cups of flour
pinch of salt
1 teaspoon of baking soda
2 tablespoons of sugar
6 tablespoons of butter- Melted

  1. In a medium-size bowl beat the milk, egg, vanilla, and butter together.
  2. Add the salt, baking soda, and sugar.
  3. Slowly fold in the flour until batter becomes smooth.
  4. Pour vegetable oil into a frying pan until your oil is about a half-inch deep.
  5. Heat (about 2 cups) oil in a deep skillet or frydaddy until it hits 365F.
  6. Using a cookie dough scoop, drop batter into the hot grease.
  7. Cook until golden, then gently flip them over with a slotted metal spatula and cook again until the bottom half is golden brown.
  8. Place on paper towels to soak up most of the grease and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Funnel Cake Bites

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MINI Carnival At The Park

Wed Jul 28 2021 at 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm

Black Creek South Park | Black Creek

MINI Carnival At The Park ** UPDATE ** We are watching the weather and will make a final decision at 2:00 pm if the event will go on tonight. IF we cancel, the rain date will be Aug. 4th. Please check back at 2 pm!
We are holding a MINI Carnival!!! Bring the family out to South Park (located on the corner of Hickory and Birch Street in Black Creek) on Wed., July 28th from 5 - 7pm. We will be offering Carnival Food, Cotton Candy, Popcorn ?, Corn Dogs, and some Carnival Games!!

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Carnival game

Game of chance or skill played at a variety of events

For the song by Cheap Trick, see Carnival Game (song). For the Wii and Nintendo DS video game, see Carnival Games.

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A carnival game is a game of chance or skill that can be seen at a traveling carnival, charity fund raiser, amusement arcade and amusement park, or on a state and county fair midway. They are also commonly played on holidays such as Mardi Gras, Saint Patrick's Day, and Oktoberfest.

Carnival games are usually operated on a "pay per play" basis. Prices may range from a small amount, for example 25 cents, to a few dollars per play. Most games offer a small prize to the winner. Prizes may include items like stuffed animals, toys, or posters. Continued play is encouraged as multiple small prizes may be traded in for a larger prize. Multiplayer games—the "Watergun" game is one example—may change the size of the prize with the number of players. In a more difficult game, including the "Baseball and Basket" or "Stand the Bottle", a large prize may be awarded to any winner.

Carnival games have a poor reputation in some areas. This may be that some carnival games utilize optical illusions or physical relationships that make it hard for a player to judge the game's difficulty. Also, some operators have run games that are rigged to take advantage of unsuspecting players. In many areas, these games are tested by local law enforcement to find unfairly run games.

Carnival game operators[edit]

At amusement parks, the carnival games are usually owned and operated by the park owner. The games are usually installed in permanent buildings stationed around the park. A traveling carnival may, however, be made up of multiple independent game concession owners. These independents owners contract their games with the carnival operator.[1] Carnival games of this type are mounted to towable trailers that enable the game to be moved from site to site. However, there a still some free-standing game booths that are assembled on site. These carnival games are usually set up in rows along the midway area along with the rides.

Types of carnival games[edit]

Games of chance[edit]

Games of chance are favorite carnival games. A random outcome gives all players the chance of winning a prize. An example of a carnival game of chance is the "Dime Pitch" game. The objective is to toss a coin (typically a dime or quarter) onto a horizontal board that has random marks on it. The marks on the board are the same diameter as the coin thrown. By completely covering the mark on the board with the coin, the player wins. Another example of a game of chance is the "Birthday" game. Players place their bets on a rail mounted strip that has months, colors and holidays written on it. Many players choose the month of their birth for their bet. A random player is then selected to throw a large multisided die into a designated center area (play area) of the booth. The die thrown has corresponding months, colors and holidays written on the different sides. The month, color or holiday that shows on the top of the thrown die, when it stops, will indicate the winner.

In the "Pingpong Ball and Fish Bowl", players throw pingpong balls at a table filled with rows of empty small fish bowls. If the player gets a ball in the bowl, they usually win a goldfish. A game like the "Duck Pond", which is geared for young children, may offer a winner every time. The player selects a rubber duck that is floating at random in water. Writing on the bottom of the duck reveals the prize won.

Games of skill[edit]

Games of skill are another favorite carnival game. These games may test a players aim at hitting a target with either a ball or a weapon. Some games of this type are the "Cross Bow Shoot", the "Milk Bottle" game, or the "Balloon and Dart" game.

Other skill testing games challenge the physical abilities of the player. One example of this type of game is the "Rope Ladder Climb". In this game, the player must keep their balance while climbing an angled rope ladder that can pivot and invert the player. The object of the game is to climb the ladder, without falling off, and ring a bell at the end of the climb. Another game that tests the physical abilities of the player is "Ring the Bell". The player uses a large mallet to strike a pivot board on the game, this causes an indicator to be driven vertically up an indicator scale board. By hitting the pivot hard enough, the indicator will ring a bell mounted at the top of the indicator scale board indicating a win. Cover the spot is a game that involves covering a giant red spot with five smaller discs dropped by hand; all red (or color) must be covered to win.[2]

"Rigged" carnival games[edit]

The Ball and Basket or Bucket Game

Carnival games are often viewed or portrayed as dishonest, due to past history that may not necessarily apply to modern-day games and operators. The term "mark" (meaning sucker) originated with the carnival.[3]

When dishonest carnival game operators found someone who they could entice to keep playing their rigged (slang term: "gaffed") game,[4] they would then "mark" the individual by patting their back with a hand that had chalk on it. Other game operators would then look for these chalk marks and entice the individuals to also play their rigged game.[3]

Rigging a carnival game may be done in many different manners depending on the game. For example, the "Ball and Basket" game may be rigged by moving the "A" frame onto which the basket is mounted. This would change the trajectory of the ball. Another method has the operator leaving a ball in the basket for the demonstration which absorbs the energy of the tossed ball, enabling the ball to stay in the basket, and then remove it when the mark plays, which makes the ball much more susceptible to bouncing out. In a game like "Ring Toss", the blocks that the prizes are attached to are cut in such a way as to ensure the ring will not fit. The "Balloon and Dart" game can be rigged by underinflating the balloons or by using dull point darts. Some games may be rigged to play honestly or dishonestly and can be switched by the game operator. The "Milk Bottle" game can be rigged this way. On a rigged game, one of the milk bottles is heavier than the others. Depending on how the bottles are stacked will determine if the player will win.[3]

Some games are simply impossible to win. One such game is the "Push 'em Up" (or "Stand the Bottle")[citation needed] game, which requires the player to stand up a bottle with a 2-tine plastic fork, was featured in episode 5 of Penn & Teller Tell a Lie. The bottles used in the game are weighted on one side, which makes it impossible to stand the bottles upright without tipping them over when the heavier side is rotated to the top. The "Bottle Up," often confused with this game, is simply a skill game where the player uses a fishing pole with a ring attached to the end of the string to stand up the bottle.

By rigging the game, the game operators can vastly increase the money they take in.

In many areas, local law enforcement will test the carnival games prior to and during the carnival to help eliminate rigged games.[5] However, there are still some dishonest game operators. One method they use to avoid law enforcement is to give legitimate instruments or make the carnival game "fair-and-square" during testing, but rig it for other people.[3][6]

Racist carnival games in the U.S.[edit]

In the United States, there was a longtime tradition of carnival games the point of which was to hurt, dehumanize or denigrate Black people. Such games included "African dodger" or "bean-em", where a Black person would stick their head through a curtain to be pelted with beanbags, eggs or baseballs, or "dunk tanks" that would drop a Black person into a tank of water if fairgoers hit a target with a ball. In her 2020 book Caste, Isabel Wilkerson describes these games as part of "a culture of cruelty [that] made violence and mockery seem mundane and amusing", teaching and reinforcing the U.S. racial caste system through entertainment.[7]

Carnival game photos[edit]

  • Pingpong Ball and Fishbowl game

List of carnival games[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • [1] - A website that explains how a few carnival games are designed and how they can be won.
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnival_game
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Mini Carnival Treat Shop

Bounce Universe Party Rentals is now offering a small version of our Inflatable Concession Tent! The Mini Carnival Treat Shop has 3 windows which provides a great space to serve all different concessions at any party!  The Mini Carnival Treat Shop can be used with the 3 windows open or you can close any of them to operate for one. The Mini Carnival Treat Shop is great for your corporate event, block party, backyard event, school event. Bounce Universe Party Rentals has what you need! The Mini Carnival Treat Shop Rental measures 8ft wide x 10ft Long x 9ft high. The Mini Carnival Treat Shop Rental requires a flat surface for installation. If your are setting the Mini Carnival Treat Shop on a hard surface please let us know and we will bring heavy duty sandbags. The Mini Carnival Treat Shop Rental is an inflatable replica of a classic food concession booth. This beatiful Mini Carnival Treat Shop is an eye popping money maker.   

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Mini Carnival Concert (FSJS)

Sun Jul 18 2021 at 04:00 pm to Mon Jul 19 2021 at 07:00 pm

1601 Pine St | Wilmington

Mini Carnival Concert (FSJS) Live band, Games, Music, Food and beverage!!! This is a perfect formula for new beginnings! All ages are welcome. 6/18 We outside!
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Free entry

5$ risk bands to play the games all day.

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Live band (@FIRSTSTATEJAMSESSION )

Jam session!!

Great food ( @_queen2_)

All ages are welcome!!



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1601 Pine St, 1601 Pine Street, Wilmington, United States

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Carnival Games

2007 video game

For the video game series, see Carnival Games (series). For the games at a carnival, see Carnival game.

2007 video game

Carnival Games (known in Europe and Australia as Carnival Funfair Games) is a video game for Nintendo's Wiihome video game console and the Nintendo DShandheld game console. It was published by Global Star Software, before it was absorbed into Take-Two Interactive (and what is now 2K Play).

Despite mixed reviews by most gaming websites and critics, the game was a commercial success. The Wii and DS versions of the game have combined shipped over 7 million copies to date,[1] which according to the NPD Group, is the third best-selling third-party game on the Wii.

As a result of the original's success, a follow-up for the Wii was announced, and launched in the fall of 2008, titled Carnival Games: Mini-Golf.[2] A proper sequel, New Carnival Games, was released on September 21, 2010 for the Wii and Nintendo DS.[3] A new game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, simply called Carnival Games, was released on November 6, 2018.[4]

Gameplay[edit]

The game consists of various mini-games with a carnival theme, such as Alley Bowling, Lucky Cups, Nerves of Steel, Hoops, and Day at the Races, and Buckets Of Fun. These are set up through five different themed areas of the carnival. The player can even win virtual prizes depending on their score. There are many easter eggs hidden as well. The player can also play the multiplayer mode with up to four players by selecting a booth. Games includes ka-pow and hole in 1.

Reception[edit]

Reception

Compilation review site Metacritic calculated an aggregate score of 56/100 (27 reviews) for the game.[5]GameSpot awarded the game a 4.5 out of 10,[6]Nintendo Power gave it a 7 out of 10, IGN gave it a 6.5 out of 10,[8] and GameTrailers gave it a 7.3 out of 10[7] and Official Nintendo Magazine gave it just 38%.[citation needed]

Carnival: Funfair Games received a "Double Platinum" sales award from the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA),[9] indicating sales of at least 600,000 copies in the United Kingdom.[10]

Sequels[edit]

2018 video game

A follow-up entitled Carnival Games: Mini-Golf was released in the United States on October 21, 2008.[11] A proper sequel, New Carnival Games was released on September 21, 2010.[3] A new game in the series, simply called Carnival Games, was released on November 6, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. As of 2018, the series has sold over 9.5 million units.[4]

Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

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Go on a tour of a Carnival Fantasy floating in the air! Design a unique avatar by yourself in a creative way, and enjoy numerous interesting mini games! *** NOTE: Compatible with iPad 2 and up, iPad mini, iPod Touch 5th Generation and up, and iPhone 4 and up. WILL NOT RUN ON EARLIER DEVICES. *** Show off your designs in the Auction Hall and earn some extra money. What's better than seeing your design become a hit in the game and other players using avatars designed by you? Feel very proud, won't you? A robust avatar editor to create any avatars you like 10 distinct modes Tons of useful power-ups Various accessories to decorate your avatar http://twitter.com/TRINITIgames http://facebook.com/TRINITIgames



About Mini Carnival

Mini Carnival is a free app for iOS published in the Action list of apps, part of Games & Entertainment.

The company that develops Mini Carnival is Triniti Interactive Limited. The latest version released by its developer is 2.1.2. This app was rated by 2 users of our site and has an average rating of 5.0.

To install Mini Carnival on your iOS device, just click the green Continue To App button above to start the installation process. The app is listed on our website since 2013-10-28 and was downloaded 1797 times. We have already checked if the download link is safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded app with your antivirus. If your antivirus detects the Mini Carnival as malware or if the download link for the iOS app with the id 663599176 is broken, use the contact page to email us.

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  • Once the Mini Carnival is shown in the iTunes listing of your iOS device, you can start its download and installation. Tap on the GET button to the right of the app to start downloading it.
  • If you are not logged-in the iOS appstore app, you'll be prompted for your your Apple ID and/or password.
  • After Mini Carnival is downloaded, you'll see an INSTALL button to the right. Tap on it to start the actual installation of the iOS app.
  • Once installation is finished you can tap on the OPEN button to start it. Its icon will also be added to your device home screen.

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File size 371.20 MB
Total downloads 1797

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Here you can find the changelog of Mini Carnival since it was posted on our website on 2016-09-26. The latest version is 2.1.2 and it was updated on soft112.com on 2018-03-24. See below the changes in each version:


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