Initially, the major problems were with the bowling assembly. Overall unreliable and lightweight construction. It reminded me of the Zombie League All Stars running man unit as far as metal quality. Then parts starting breaking on this lower assembly with no replacements, but were improvised as needed or fabricated. This was beyond the plastic bowling pins, which were an easy fix. Next there were failures on onboard components, that were correctable due to lack of overvoltage problem, despite lack of spares. Unfortunately, continued board logic problems led to inability to easily diagnose issues as there are no supplied full schematics or detailed diagnostics guides. Ultimately, the game was shelved as it was not worth pursuing corrections for technicians without these documents. Basic cost analysis for time spent. Game over. The game lasted under 6 months on a central route location with very close, daily oversight.
DP already knew about design conundrums before the whole ARA debacle went down because the problems were formally reported, but there was no assistance. DP was already up to their knickers trying to climb out of the hole they dug in mid-2017 after the initial first shipment. I would be suspicious of anything said with reporting, especially a redesigned game that was truly fit for any construction contract. Why? DP had no real money ever again for redesign. Unless they have discovered a wealthy investor, they never will as they should "frontload" court costs, lawyer fees, settling fees, and their overall debt FIRST.