Discussion in 'Slots' started by brianduane69, Apr 2, 2016.
Has anyone played it yet and where are the locations of them. thanks
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.
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.
I played one at The Wynn last month.
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)
I saw but didn't play it at Mohegan Sun's casino of the sky next to the craps tables
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.
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.
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.
+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.
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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