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Jedi4

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  1. Hacksaw seems to build slots for streamers not regular players. Their bonus buys are way too volatile and only streamers can afford to play them long enough to get the crazy wins
  2. It is random spin to spin. However free spins are considered 1 spin, so when you start the game, free spin round needs to be seen as a total. This became very clear when Jammin Jars from Push Gaming came out. They had to put in a limited amount of freespin rounds otherwise they could not control the RTP of the game. So you had some streamers having exactly the same bonus round with all the symbols being the same on all 10 spins. So this is an industry standard and not PP specific
  3. I have to agree, I think PP has a really high standard compared to how many games they're releasing each month. I currently love their Sugar Rush and Greedy Wolf If you compare it to Play N Go when they started releasing multiple games each month, I don't really feel they have done a good game in a few years. Another provider I really like is Relax Gaming, they seem to be doing some really innovative slots that are not 100% focused on the bonus buys like some other providers.
  4. I used to like Quickspin games but tbh, haven’t seen good games from them recently. Big bad wolf is still my favorite and older games like goldilocks, sticky bandits and tiger's glory I have had luck with getting several bonuses that pay between 50-200x within only a few 100 spins. But I never hit 500x plus on these games. I do see more interesting and innovative games from other providers like Elk, Pragmatic, Push gaming these days.
  5. Is 7 monkeys not one of Pragmatic Play's old slots? They have so many other more enjoyable slots I would rather play over that one! I think as players we have to be more aware of the casinos and the sites that promote the casinos without making it clear to us that the casino uses lower RTP games. If the casinos did not ask for them, the providers would not make them. In the end they follow what their clients ask for, same as any other business
  6. I really don't to be honest. There are lots of games with much better colours than starburst these days but starburst is still being used. In my opinion why starburst is so popular is because Netent invented free spins online, before starburst most netent games where 25-50 lines which meant free spins were really expensive for the casinos to hand out. At the same time starburst is a really easy game to understand (which is undervalued concept these days when you look at Nolimit and hacksaw games) so it was a really good game for welcome offers for players that were new to casino
  7. Interesting can you share the source for this? I am seeing some good games.. but also a bit surprised to see some of the games on there specially, Redtiger, big time gaming, pear fiction, and Playtech games as all of these studios have limited distribution and they only work with selected aggregation businesses
  8. I know.. I worked with games at casinos before and often had discussions with marketing teams to be more creative and use other games than starburst in their campaigns
  9. Betsoft games and Starburst I just can't get myself to take free spins if they are on starburst
  10. My strategy with a low balance is probably a bit different than most people.. I play slots that bonus often to try to spin it up a bit so I can go back and play high volatile slots for the big win potential: Real rush: 1 in 80 spins to hit free spins Ivanhoe: 1 in 80 spins to hit free spins Wild booster: 1 in 87 spins to hit free spins Street racer: 1 in 100 spins to hit free spins Big bass bonanza: 1 in 113 spins to hit free spins Eye of the storm: 1 in 120 spins to hit free spins
  11. I think we will keep seeing the market consolidating so there will be less and less variation on the licensed markets. These companies be it game providers or casinos will push for harder and harder rules so it will be hard for competitors to enter the market. This will then drive the licensed market to have a big % of their gameplay to happen on unlicensed casinos like we see in Sweden and Germany now. This will then again drive bad actors to set up casinos or game studios that cheat the players. So IMO it’s great there are still casinos and studios out there that are willing to operate in a
  12. Megaways mechanic is great but if we are talking about the best mechanic ever created from how many players play it would probably be the book mechanic. This had huge success on both online and land-based casinos and there are probably more book games than there are megaways games out there... If we are talking about just best mechanic it will be very individual, cascading games play a bit slower than normal games since each spin takes longer time. So that will apply to a lot of players as they will feel like they get more for their money. Other players will just want to win big or lose fast a
  13. The first thing is always the graphics can I stand to look at the slot and play it, but the math is what makes me stay on the slot can I see how to win big on this slot, and do I not feel bored playing it. New slot I normally always check the RTP and only play it if it is above 95%. I also normally stick to the well know providers when playing new slots since I know they get licensed and have a business to protect so I trust them more.
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