PACHINKO

PACHINKO  Pachinko is a mechanical game used as an arcade game and more frequently as a gambling device filling the Japanese niche market better than the Western slot machine. It’s safe to say it’s a crazy game that offers players a little bit of everything. It’s a combo of slots, a karaoke machine, a pinball machine, an arcade game, and it’s loud, flashy and tons of fun. Sadly there is no online version of Pachinko, so players wanting to shake it up a little will have to settle for playing the old-style way.

How to Play Pachinko

We have already stated it’s not online, so take a seat and put some money in the Pachinko machine, bills only, by the way. Now check the bottom right-hand corner of the device for the “Borrow balls” option and push that button. You now have balls, excuse the pun; now it’s time to turn the handle clockwise. Players now have to aim the balls, and this is where Pachinko resembles a pinball machine, and if you shoot the ball to the upper left side of the screen, you cannot go wrong. The numbers on display start shuffling, and if you land up with the same three numbers in line, you hit the Jackpot

Winning at Pachinko

Let’s discuss winnings; after all, prize money is an integral part of gambling. Pachinko offers somewhere in the region of up to 200 000 Yen, around $1800 at once. Pachinko is not exactly slots yet somewhat similar, and players globally will find it somewhat familiar. This Japanese game has tons to offer more than just hitting a spin button and hoping for the best. When playing Pachinko, players get to develop their strategies and play according to an individual plan making it more challenging and often a lot more fun and exciting.

TEMPLE TUMBLE MEGAWAYS BY RELAX GAMING

TEMPLE TUMBLE MEGAWAYS BY RELAX GAMING  Temple Tumble Megaways is the first slot developed by Relax Gaming to use Big Time Gaming’s, Megaways Mechanic. It’s an explosive slot where players journey into the Cambodian Jungle and discover treasures within. The game features 46656 ways to win, and a Free Spins Bonus triggers each time you smash a block in the base game. During the Free Spins, players can opt to spin with Multipliers, additional free spins or a combination of the two. Place your bets in this high volatility slot with an RTP of 96.25 and a maximum win of 7767.70 x your stake.

Tumbling Symbols

Enter the Temple and encounter the following icons, a Buddha Head Sculpture, Red Aztec Mask, Red, Green and Blue Gemstone and the usual Royal symbols. The Buddha is the highest paying symbol in this batch, paying 1x for six in a combo.

Temple Tumble Bonus Features

The symbols drop from above, and any winning combination will explode and get removed from the reels. For each consecutive win, the number of paylines increases up to 46566 ways to win.

The Free Spins get activated when all the stones get cleared from the entrance. The stone blocks explode when they are adjacent to a winning combination. It’s now time to enter the underground chamber where you get to select 1 of 3 Spin features.

  • Multipliers and Free Spins is a high volatility choice that combines the two features.

  • A medium volatility choice is the Free Spins, and players receive up to 3 extra Free Spins from the blocks that drop onto the reels.

  • The third and final option is the Multipliers, a high volatility choice that gives players up to 3x Multipliers but no extra Free Spins.

How you play is entirely up to you; however, remember the high volatility options are also potentially the most rewarding. Enter this Temple at your own risk.

DEAL OR NO DEAL SLOT BY IGT

DEAL OR NO DEAL SLOT BY IGT  Deal or No Deal made its first appearance as a TV game show in the US in 2005 and proved to be one of NBC’s rating successes. Several licensing agreements were signed, which included Video Games, lottery tickets and slot machines. The Deal or No Deal Video Slot contains five reels, 25 paylines, single-level progressives, and a Briefcase Bonus. Like the show, this spectacular online video slot offers players an opportunity to scoop big prizes.

Deal or No Deal Symbols

This slot symbols include familiar card-related symbols including J, Q, K and Ace. The game’s higher value symbols relate to the show: the red button, the wall of prize money, the banker, the studio, and suitcases in silver and gold. The scatter central to the show is the telephone, and the Wild is the games logo. The music is well selected as it adds to creating the necessary suspense.

Deal or No Deal Bonuses

There are three Bonus Features in Deal or No Deal, all of which trigger when you line up three or more telephone symbols.

The First Bonus feature is where the Dealer offers ten individual prizes. Players can choose to take all the prizes or decline. Once you decline, you do not get another chance to reclaim any of the awards. Once you have played this feature several times, you soon know which ones to decline and which ones to accept. The second Bonus feature is straightforward; it consists of unlimited Free Spins with a doubled Multiplier. This feature continues until the Banker symbol appears on the third reel. The Final Bonus is where twenty-six boxes appear on the screen, and players start opening the boxes with the banker making offers at the end of each round.

Big money in Deal or No Deal gets won courtesy of three Progressive Jackpots hidden in three safes and randomly triggered if you are playing all twenty paylines.

Do we have a Deal, will you start the reels spinning to some lucrative wins?

BACCARAT

BACCARAT  As it’s known, Baccarat or Baccara is a comparing card game played between two hands, the player and the banker. It’s a popular card game originating in Italy in the 1500s; it’s fast and not too heavily weighted in the casino’s favour. It was once a game for the rich and famous, and in the classic James Bond Movie, Dr No, 007 is seen playing Baccarat.

How to Play Online Baccarat

Gameplay is simple, and the only decision players need to make when playing Baccarat is what type of Bet to make. When playing online, all a player needs to do is place their wager and push the “deal” button. There are no playing decisions to be made as they are all determined by an embedded action grid. However, a few quirks and betting strategies are helpful, and a set of rules dictates every turn of the card. Here are some valuable tips

  • The Bet- This is where the player places the wager, and there are three betting options, the player, banker and or tie.

  • The Deal-The dealer deals two cards for the player’s side, and two for the banker and the game’s object is to get as close to nine, making them the natural winner.

  • Players Rules- If a player gets dealt 0-5, they receive another card. If they get 6-7, they stand, and 8-9, they are a winner

Overview

Baccarat is considered an excellent game to players as the houses advantage on the player’s side is 1.24%, whereas, on the banker’s side, it is only 1.06%. Baccarat which also referred to as Punto (player) Banco (bank), has been considered a game of chance and initially may seem confusing, but overall it’s one of the most accessible games at online casinos. It’s simple online punters do not have to know the rules to enjoy a Baccarat game; all they have to do place a bet on either the banker, player or tie.