http://www.igt.com/us-en/games/game-page.aspx?type_id=9008&showtab=1 This was a machine I hadn't seen before and I played it quite a few times. It was interesting in that it had a bonus where you seemingly had a joystick and had to obliterate spaceships and a planet. It has two seats and when one person gets three cosmic blaster symbols you both play the bonus at whatever multiplier you have played towards. The first time my friend's joystick was set wrong and when the crosshairs should have gone up, it went down so she hit practically nothing. Funny thing was we both had the same multiplier and got exactly the same result on the credit overall winnings. Thinking that was a bit weird we thought no more of it until I played it again at Aliante Casino. This time the joystick didn't work at all and I even called a couple of slot people over to watch who, in turn, called the technical guy. I hit nothing at all but still it said I got $41 in the bonus and congratulated me on obliterating the planet that never even appeared. As I said to the technical guy it must be purely a graphic with no direct input from the player. He was surprised and had no idea it worked like that, no skill, nothing. Just thought I'd post it because it was interesting to me and I wondered how many more bonus rounds work like that and it doesn't matter what you do you will still end up with what the software is set to give you.