Chuck E. Cheese has added a new online game appropriate for the entire family. The objective of Chuck E. Blocks is to see who is best at balancing falling cubes on their paddle.

Those who play can win up to 50 free Chuck E. Cheese tickets, good for any in-store visit. This is the biggest ticket offer ever for any Chuck E. Cheese game.

"We're always looking for ways to bring one-of-a-kind Chuck E. Cheese's experiences to families, even when they can't be with us in our stores, and allowing guests to play our games online is a perfect example of this," said Brenda Holloway, Chuck E. Cheese marketing manager. "For the first time, one of our games offers 50 tickets for prizes – more than ever before – so kids will have an opportunity to start winning tickets for even bigger prizes before they even walk in the door."

Families can play online from any browser. To begin, players use the arrow keys to control and move the paddle. As the blocks begin to tumble down from the top of the screen, players should stack them as high as they will go on the paddle. If a block tumbles off the paddle, players will be given a strike. After four strikes, the game comes to an end. When the game is complete, parents and kids can print out a free ticket reward certificate redeemable for up to 50 tickets to use with other Chuck E. Cheese coupons and offers on their next visit. One free certificate can be redeemed per child, per day.

Gamers are invited to enjoy this new game and other Chuck E. Cheese online games such as Skeeball and Ticket Blaster.

The pizza chain first brought its classic Skeeball game online in June.

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