Had a nice little relaxing trip to california last week. New find of something I haven't seen before. This is atronic spielo game.
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I haven't gotten any further than that screen. I didn't have too much time to play.
I'll take what they gave me. Still a good prize
Here's my list:
None. I can't stomach Speilos. The slow, unimpressive graphics leave me scratching my head.
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I'm not a huge fan of them overall either, though the casinos here have quite a few. I have had some decent wins on Amazon Princess myself though, and witnessed a big handpay before.
What I do like about them is they have built in cupholders which is nice when you have a drink. I sometimes use the remote control button as well.
Do you work for one of the companies? I see your profile says you make games for casinos.
I like Crank's Bash, Big Game Bonus Hunter, Wealthy Wizard, Chop Suey, Medusa, Wild Wrangler, Big City 5s and Americana. I pretty much like anything pre 2009.
Frost and Fire with the sunshine pot I wish I could still play. The most frosties I ever hit were 7/9.
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Lines? Who needs lines?
Then those McNasty brothers started digging.
Played Rickety Cricket today at Empire Casino in Yonkers. Paid me pretty good! Fun little game.
Wish there was a Three's Company slot machine.
Jewelly is the only game that I have found has some "vulture" (advantage) play potential. But, the "math" on the game is the most bizarre I have ever seen. I had some success on the bank of machines found on many cruise ships as the advantage play can be found on the "chocolate pot", gem token collection, and the mini/minor progressive. There is also no advantage on Jewelly to playing anything higher then the minimum bet.
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