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- January 10, 2008 at 4:17 pm #606832AnonymousInactive
Anyone have any ide how to play these? I tried a few times but I dont see any reason to Nudge or pay to do so? I feel im missing the bigger picture with these as it seems like they just blow through change lol..January 11, 2008 at 2:51 am #758397AnonymousInactive
WOW. I’m surprised but I tihnk I can answer this slot strategy question …
Generally I’ve found that the “nudge” can often help you to get the three matching symbols needed to access the bonus game …
… or at least to get two of them showing which can be useful if you have a “hold em” also going.
If you’re not using the “nudge” then you’re probably not getting into the bonus games very often – and that seems to me to be where the big payouts are.
Certainly that’s the case for Apocolypse Cow and Stallionaire …January 11, 2008 at 2:59 am #758400AnonymousInactive
These slots are considered skill games and my favorite is the Triple Profits with a hold-spin option.
While fun to play, I prefer Video Poker for better payouts at full-pay machines, however, your skill level has to be higher also.
I have an article at my site about these slots with strategies.
Scroll down the page to Bonus Added Slots Online and then
5) Fruit Machines: familiar in the UK, these games offer interactive fun. There are nudge and hold features permitting the player to either move symbols up or down or hold 1 or more reels for bonus credits. Ex. Fruit Fight & Pub Fruity.
The strategies for Triple Profits is below.
Hope this helps.January 11, 2008 at 3:20 am #758403AnonymousInactive
@allfreechips 150381 wrote:
Anyone have any ide how to play these? I tried a few times but I dont see any reason to Nudge or pay to do so? I feel im missing the bigger picture with these as it seems like they just blow through change lol..
You’re not the only one! Sometime last year (or the year before) after MG released a new one of these, I decided to play it because some of the UK-based Casinomeister members were talking about it.
Well, I tried and tried, finally I got fed up and made a big long post at CM asking how in the hell does one “play” these things and describing how every choice you make is a losing one.
For example, the nudges. It will give you 1 nudge if you need 2. Or the meter on the bottom might be held in place for one spin, and then you get nothing on your next spin and your progress is wiped out. If you somehow manage to make it to the bonus round, the spinner always lands on “Lose”, or alternatively you’ll get the Continue? Yes/No and it will land on No.
The general consensus is that these games are “rigged” in the sense that past events do affect future outcomes; basically they are designed to take and take and take and take and take and take and take and then, eventually, they give, usually fairly big when they do. I don’t know how exactly it works in an online environment (are you playing against yourself or other players?) but that’s apparently how they work in real life.
These games are great from an affiliate’s perspective… not so good from a player’s perspective. :tongue: