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Slots Game of thrones

Discussion in 'Slots' started by brianduane69, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. brianduane69

    brianduane69 Newbie

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    Has anyone played it yet and where are the locations of them. thanks
     
  2. Krh2o

    Krh2o MIA

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    Played it last weekend at Luxor. They had three of them. It was pretty cool. Playing the three games at once was a lot to keep track of.
     
  3. ardee

    ardee VIP Whale

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    Venetian and Palazzo both have them. Fun game, but it's not very big on the small payouts. I like the Dragon Wilds and the Targaryen Bonus. The other two bonus games are a bore, although I can see how the right hit on The Wall could really pay off.
     
  4. Tifysue

    Tifysue Tourist

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    I played one at The Wynn last month.
     
  5. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Just saw it at Cosmo, located across from Clique (actually, a few rows back, but that gives you a general idea of where it is)
     
  6. rycelover

    rycelover Low-Roller

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    I saw but didn't play it at Mohegan Sun's casino of the sky next to the craps tables
     
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  7. Mrs. K.

    Mrs. K. Low-Roller

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    They have it at The D. I was actually there a few weeks ago when they were installing them. I played for a few minutes and won nothing. It's a real money sucker but entertaining.
     
  8. marksind

    marksind Low-Roller

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    While I'm not a frequent slot player, I noticed this game in a lot of casinos both downtown and on the strip during a recent week-long trip. The reason I noticed it was that it was so loud. Seemed like it was turned to max volume everywhere. I watched someone playing it for awhile while playing video poker nearby (again, because it was so loud). Dragons swooped and breathed fire, voices roared - a cacophony of grand proportion. The only thing that wasn't happening much was winning. Like 3/4 of a screen of dragons won a few bucks. Quoting something famous, "a sound and fury signifying nothing."

    A general question for you slot players - do you find payouts on these fancy new machines to be comparable to older ones? I would guess (perhaps wrongly) that because the newest ones are so expensive to make they probably have lower payouts.
     
  9. ardee

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    That's a solid "It depends." For the most part you are correct - the licensing and automatic draw means the casino is going to have that sucker set at minimum legal payout. OTOH, the wife and I have rocked Big Bang Theory the last couple of trips. You pays your money and you takes your chances. ;)
     
  10. Film-Noir

    Film-Noir High-Roller

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    +1 Marksind =Nailed it,
    These new "Gimmecky slots", brilliant video animations, mesmerizing bells, sounds & whistles, & not paying Jack-Squat!

    If it was published, I would bet a Box of Jelly Doughnuts they are at the bottom & near the Minimum of allowed slot payback % in Nevada.
    There having to pay out so much for royalties $$, can't see where this would ever benefit the player on a short term playing session=Reverse ATM's.
    Talked to a slot tech one time on the buttons, just a Video button can cost $200-$350 to replace? lol

    Played all of these in the Jan/Feb 2016 7 Day-er:

    Game of Throwing away-your $$$
    WIllie Wonka-Snaches your golden ticket$$$
    Walking Dead-wallet $$$
    Big Bang-on your bank roll $$$
    Sons of Anarchy-on your Money$$$
    Brittney-gets your Dollar$$$
    Bejewelled-the Devil in your Purse$$$
    Sherlock Homes-Where did my$$$ go?
    Found all of these, in my opinion to be tighter than hell....

    And like Marksins said, you hit a big lineup-@ $4-$6 a pull and don't even win a free spin.
    No thanks

    /opinions vary
     
  11. fraygul

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    I bet I pllayed this for a good hour or so today at the Cosmo for about $20. Didn't win anything cashout worthy but kept me entertained with a bunch of bonus games. But don't go tomorrow, it's mine haha.
    I don't know if it is just a Cosmo thing but i did well on walking dead and titanic and big bang theory today. No jackpots but enough $100 wins to keep me happy. Though i do miss the days when hitting 5 of a kind was exciting and paid you something. Sigh.
     
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