Other methods of rigging include the illusion of toys slipping from the grasp and swinging of the catch before finally coming to a stop. These players play big dont they? This rigging in fact invited legislation from the federal and state governments throughout the US. Some of them capped the price of the items up for grabs while the other laws forced them to cut some of the rigging strategies. They even prevented these machines moving from one state to another. Such strict controls also speak of their pre-planned nature.

The claw machines are entertaining and fun to play. The thrill, the challenge, and the near misses are all fun, but there should be laws to control the widespread rigging in them. Its easy money for the investors that shouldnt be that easy.