Anyone played Cash Truck yet?

Halvor

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Has happened - i think it was Game Art whose Free Play was running at some super-steroid RTP and had people thinking they were playing the best slot ever made and then then went to real play to discover it, er, wasn't.
Just because a fairly unregulated company breaks the rules. Does not mean the rest of us does.

Edit: moderated myself a bit.
 

manttih

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Just because a fairly unregulated company breaks the rules. Does not mean the rest of us does.

Edit: moderated myself a bit.
@Halvor , Can you specify? I checked GameArt and it is located on Malta - how can they be 'fairly unregulated' , what do you mean by that? Doesn't all providers need to be 'fully-regulated' and how does a player know which providers are 'fairly unregulated'?

Also, what happened after this rule-breaking, did GameArt receive fines, does anybody know?

EDIT:

I think I found out what @Halvor means. GameArt only has Curacao -license and I think their games can only be found from casinos with the same license.

Also, I found info on the game in question: The MGA Issues Statement - Slot Provider GameArt Not Licensed - Bigwinboard.com. I would really much like to know the casino .. if it was not curacao -based, how can a game end up on their site in the first place:

A representative of the casino that hosted the game, also active on the forum, initially denied any issues, claiming the RTP to be the same in both demo and real mode. At that time, however, the representative had likely not carried out any tests himself and to his defense he likely did not see any immediate cause for concern as players all too often accuse slots of being “rigged”. The fact that GameArt claims their slots to be audited and tested by NMi – one of the most widely used Gaming Fairness Labs – was likely another reason why the accusations were not taken seriously at first.

Don't casinos do any background checks on the providers and trust in their 'claims'?
 
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4048

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Has happened - i think it was Game Art whose Free Play was running at some super-steroid RTP and had people thinking they were playing the best slot ever made and then then went to real play to discover it, er, wasn't.
I think I remember that - they just gave the full dev version with the quick-entry to bonuses and such as well, right?

Amatic games, at least their older ones, are definitely on turbo RTP with free money as well.
 

pinnit2014

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@Halvor , Can you specify? I checked GameArt and it is located on Malta - how can they be 'fairly unregulated' , what do you mean by that? Doesn't all providers need to be 'fully-regulated' and how does a player know which providers are 'fairly unregulated'?

Also, what happened after this rule-breaking, did GameArt receive fines, does anybody know?

EDIT:

I think I found out what @Halvor means. GameArt only has Curacao -license and I think their games can only be found from casinos with the same license.

Also, I found info on the game in question: The MGA Issues Statement - Slot Provider GameArt Not Licensed - Bigwinboard.com. I would really much like to know the casino .. if it was not curacao -based, how can a game end up on their site in the first place:

A representative of the casino that hosted the game, also active on the forum, initially denied any issues, claiming the RTP to be the same in both demo and real mode. At that time, however, the representative had likely not carried out any tests himself and to his defense he likely did not see any immediate cause for concern as players all too often accuse slots of being “rigged”. The fact that GameArt claims their slots to be audited and tested by NMi – one of the most widely used Gaming Fairness Labs – was likely another reason why the accusations were not taken seriously at first.

Don't casinos do any background checks on the providers and trust in their 'claims'?
That's even before we get to Pragmatics previous iteration forgetting to include the symbol that would give the symbol that would give the Jackpot and apparently they were licenced.

But it's ok the testing housing picked up on that - except, they, er, didn't

I'm sure Havlor lives in a world of sprouting daisies to be honest.
 

johnnybagel

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Manchester
Surely the OP should be taken with a dose of sarcasm and a pinch of Murphy’s Law??
Yes I was sort of suggesting that it would be sods law that as soon as I use real money the slot would turn on me, I know they don't have memories.

I liked it too but was kind of suspicious, because I wasn't expecting to. The base game is pretty fun and seems to support a decent sesh most of the time. I have dumped some cash into it now and as predicted didn't get anywhere, but I enjoyed playing and got plenty of time out of it.

@bamberfishcake has ruined it for me now though by quite rightly pointing out that cash would be worthless in a post apocalyptic world. Stupid game...
 

ReaskerOlon

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Of course, you can win real money, too.
Then what is the point of creating and playing online casinos if there is no real opportunity to make money? Before you play, it's best to find out more about who you sit down to play with. I found Crapmeister Casino and started playing. Gained experience and tried to play for real money instead of interest. If there were any cheating, the relevant authorities would have already closed the dishonest establishments. There are probably underground casinos, but I wouldn't risk going there.
 

Stevo77

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Just because a fairly unregulated company breaks the rules. Does not mean the rest of us does.

Edit: moderated myself a bit.
Just proof anyone who works for these gambling companies are so defensive and become desperate when they read negative comments that are likely to be true pointing to the fact that 99% of gambling companies can't be trusted
 
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