New Slot Announcement 60 Second Heist by 4ThePlayer.com

snorky510238

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Thanks for the in-depth reply. I will certainly give your games a try. The only problem with giving players an option with things like the power slide, is that I always (rightly or wrongly) feel that I am at a disadvantage if I don’t use it.

As for the, how many times can you spin in 60 seconds. That gives the impression that it’s skill based and that if you are a gaming whizz, you will have an advantage because of the lightning quick fingers, enabling you to spin faster but that wouldn’t be the case would it?
 
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ladyhawke

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By that, I mean, there are a large percentage of players that like simplicity and nothing else. That’s why the most popular games in B+M Casinos are Cleopatra, Lady Luck Charm, Book of Ra, etc, because they are extremely simplistic.

Not being sexist but I rarely see women playing anything else. Basically I am saying your slots will only appeal to the minority and there is a lot of competition in the volatile area so are you confident in the longevity of your games, by only producing to a niche market?
You're not? Perhaps you rarely see women playing anything else because you forgot your glasses.
 

4ThePlayer

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Thanks for the in-depth reply. I will certainly give your games a try. The only problem with giving players an option with things like the power slide, is that I always (rightly or wrongly) feel that I am at a disadvantage if I don’t use it.

As for the, how many times can you spin in 60 seconds. That gives the impression that it’s skill based and that if you are a gaming whizz, you will have an advantage because of the lightning quick fingers, enabling you to spin faster but that wouldn’t be the case would it?

No problem and thanks for giving us a try.

The 60 Second Heist Bonus automatically plays, like all free spins, so you just sit back and enjoy the action and hopefully the wins. There is no skill or advantage to any player.
 

snorky510238

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I guessed as much but it did sound like you were alluding to it being skill, hence the reply asking about disconnection. I think that poster was under the same impression. Could be wrong.
 

4ThePlayer

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I guessed as much but it did sound like you were alluding to it being skill, hence the reply asking about disconnection. I think that poster was under the same impression. Could be wrong.

Sorry for any confusion, hopefully when you open the game it's all clear.
 

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I think it's obvious from even a pretty cursory play that there is no 'player interaction' required with the bonus round on this game, or indeed that there's any actions the player can take that will influence the outcome in any way,

And if you think about it, that's exactly how it should be, and indeed how it needs to be. Otherwise, how on earth could you account for people on crap internet connections, or slow phones/PCs/devices, what if the connection to the server is lost etc? What if someone who's differently abled can't tap the spin button as fast as someone else, what about someone who's using an auto-clicker?

Also, how do you certify a game's RTP if that number can be influenced by player interaction during a bonus round?

If I had to have a guess I'd say the entire bonus round is generated and completed server-side when triggered, and then you're simply watching a replay of what it did. (Which, to be clear, is an approach I'm entirely comfortable with.)
 

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