Aztec's Treasure with Feature Guarantee and fixed 25 lines

Simmo!

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Actually RTG slots do show the true reels, at least when it goes to the slow mode spin when you need a specific symbol for the feature, it's quite possible to predict if you will hit just from watching the symbols that flash by.

That's true, but you can guarantee the starting or finishing position is determined at the point the random reel stop signals are sent down which is before the first reel stops spinning, and the sequence is adjusted accordingly. In fact if memory serves me right, quite often you will see the animation adjust itself mid "spin" to get the correct settling point.
 

slotheadlizard

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New RTG

I like this game for one reason, its different. I wish this feature was on London Inspector. I had already been a fan of the regular Aztec, but it went to crap after a while.
Inet gave a free 5.00 chip, so I just played in real mode. I pushed the roulette game with like 12% and got the feature for 5 games, then at 22% got the feature and 15 free games. So, I like the fact that you can win multiple spins at ramdom. Then pushed it at like 40%, and didn't get it.

I don't think you win more money than if you where just playing it in reuglar mode but, but you can win more spins.

@skiny, you are so funny, in so many post:)
 

skiny

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Keep in mind when you play this game that it holds your % towards your free spins when you leave so you don't have to keep playing until you're broke. If you're not doing well leave it and come back when you get more funds elsewhere. You can pick up where you left off.
 

Slotster!

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I really love some of the RTG slots... the general look/layout and the features appeal to me. Sadly all RTG's were uninstalled a long time ago.

Reading this thread, I thought this sounded pretty interesting so reinstalled and fired up Inetbet in 'freeplay' mode to give it a try... After hitting a good number of features early doors and then having some fun on the 'Feature' wheel - I logged back in to real play to maybe have a little flutter.

As it's been a long time since I've played, I just decided to quickly check my account history before depositing...

Total Deposits: $5150
Total Withdrawals: $0

Now I remember why I uninstalled :D

Ok, I'm the worst in the world at finding the withdrawal button at any place - but that's a pretty impressive bit of action up there by anyone's logic.

Unless you're going to do something preeeeeeeeettttttty spectacular to tempt me back in Inetbet - I'm sticking with Freeplay!!! :eek2:
 

skiny

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Sometimes a lack of withdrawals is due to a lack of knowing when to quit. Nothing lasts forever. Most especially a good string of bonus rounds.
 

LOOKAWAY

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Another rule for this slot. I was playing of a $5ND, don't know if it would be the same for a deposit bonus.
 

Simmo!

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Another rule for this slot. I was playing of a $5ND, don't know if it would be the same for a deposit bonus.

I would imagine it is. The "clever" people might otherwise decide to use a bonus simply to get close to the free spins, then on 149 leave it, go waste the bonus on another slot, then deposit and return to Aztecs, guaranteed free spins on your first spin ;)
 

cheetahwind

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Yes, I played on the inetbet bonus yesterday and it gave me that popup box when I close to busting out. I think it's way of saying either use me or plan on having me expire. I didn't win either way it was a nice warning. Now I did find out after making another $10 deposit though without a coupon that the meter won't expire on you once you reach rock bottom. It'll only expire if you leave the game. So you can actually play it to the last penny possible then use your chance then, but it won't physically give you the option. At least not in my experience.
 

me_and_ed

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I have hit the bonus quite a few times on this new game, much like all the RTG's now for me, I hit a good one very rarely, most are around 10x, not that exciting.
 

LOOKAWAY

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Hi, I was just playing in fun mode and when I left the slot then re-entered it, my meter was the same, it hadn't expired.

Is this it>

1. If I'm playing for cash, I can leave re-enter no problems-meter stays the same.

2. Playing with a deposit bonus, I leave the slot-my meter gets zapped to zero.
 

DogBoy001

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Hi, I was just playing in fun mode and when I left the slot then re-entered it, my meter was the same, it hadn't expired.

Is this it>

1. If I'm playing for cash, I can leave re-enter no problems-meter stays the same.

2. Playing with a deposit bonus, I leave the slot-my meter gets zapped to zero.

Heya

1) Correct

2) On a deposit bonus the meters will be reset if there is still playthrough remaining, and your balance drops below the indicated level.
The pop-up warning occurs only if you're in the game at the time (it wasn't something that could be coded if a different game was being played and the balance approached the level)

However, if on a deposit bonus with playthrough remaining, the meters are not reset when leaving the game and then re-entering, only when the above scenario occurs.
e.g.: Leave the game with $80 balance, play other games, then return with $50 balance and the meters will still be at the levels they were last time the game was played.
(I say levels, as there is a distinct Feature Guarantee meter for each bet level)

Hope it helps

Woooof
 

LOOKAWAY

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"On a deposit bonus the meters will be reset if there is still playthrough remaining, and your balance drops below the indicated level."

Do you mean either one or does both these circumstances have to happen at the same time.
 

DogBoy001

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"On a deposit bonus the meters will be reset if there is still playthrough remaining, and your balance drops below the indicated level."

Do you mean either one or does both these circumstances have to happen at the same time.

Heya,

Only if both occur (i.e.: There is still bonus playthrough requirements remaining and your casino balance falls below the indicated level)

Woooof
 

KasinoKing

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IInet gave a free 5.00 chip, so I just played in real mode. I pushed the roulette game with like 12% and got the feature for 5 games, then at 22% got the feature and 15 free games. So, I like the fact that you can win multiple spins at random. Then pushed it at like 40%, and didn't get it.
Having read this whole thread, but not played the game myself, I have one burning question:-

Do you have to pay extra for the "Roulette Game"?
(I presume so, because if it was free you would use it on every spin wouldn't you?
Or does it reset to zero after you use it once?).

KK
 

eu_lowroller

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Having read this whole thread, but not played the game myself, I have one burning question:-

Do you have to pay extra for the "Roulette Game"?
(I presume so, because if it was free you would use it on every spin wouldn't you?)
No it costs nothing, except, that the % metre goes back to zero and when you use the roulette after every spin you have only a chance 1 to 100 so i think nobody will use this after every one spin ;)
 
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