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phynqster

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 15, 2004
Location
los angeles, ca
It has been awhile, since I have been active in the community. I am with a company that is developing on line slots. It would be helpfull if the Meister community could help me with their Favorite slots it would be helpfull. Also when the new ones are ready please e-mail me your address and I will take care of those who help me out, and will need Beta testers. Hope this was the right place to post.

Phynqster
 

GGW Laurie

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
Joined
Jun 16, 2006
Location
In the Beautiful South !!
It has been awhile, since I have been active in the community. I am with a company that is developing on line slots. It would be helpfull if the Meister community could help me with their Favorite slots it would be helpfull. Also when the new ones are ready please e-mail me your address and I will take care of those who help me out, and will need Beta testers. Hope this was the right place to post.

Phynqster
Goldbeard RTG
Penguin Power RTG
Rivals slots that have expanding wilds
Most any slot that has extra free spins with the bonus rounds are always a plus imo.
Thunderstruck and Break Da Bank at Micro:thumbsup:
 

De Beuker

Senior Member
Joined
Apr 20, 2009
Location
Netherlands
Microgaming:

-Break da Bank Again
-Centre Court
-Thunderstruck
-Jewels of the Orient
-Avalon

Rival:

-So 80's
-Scary 1+2
-Psychedelic Sixties
-Love and Money
-Cleopatra's Gold

RTG:

-Goldbeard
-Mystic Dragon
-Paydirt
-Realm of Riches
-Victory
 

nisosbar

Ueber Meister
PABnonaccred
Joined
Aug 28, 2009
Location
Right here
Expanding wilds (Scary Rich, Cosmic Quest), bonus rounds with symbols that trigger additional spins (Sea Captain, Penguin Power), multipliers, cute themes (dogs, penguins, squirrels, etc.), Egyptian/fantasy/adventure themes, nice music (Secret Garden), high variance where there is potential for huge payouts, bonus rounds which - in theory - never end if you choose the right doors (Fantasy Fortune).

RTG -
Golden Retriever
Paydirt
Penguin Power
Sea Captain
Sunken Treasure

Rival -
Fantasy Fortune
Scary Rich
Secret Garden
Switch in Time
Cosmic Quest 1

3Dice -
Squirrel Pike
Fortune Falls

Vegas Technologies -
Last King of Egypt
Northern Lights
The Reel Deal
 

oldtrvlagt

Dormant account
Joined
Mar 31, 2007
Location
Iowa
RTG:

T-Rex
Mystic Dragon
Achilles
Pay Dirt
Crystal Waters

Rival:

Scary Rich 1 & 2
Cleopatras Coins
Winter Wonders
Pigskin Payout

The expanding wilds always have huge potential and once you've hit them you always want to see it again!
 

joyceflorida

Banned user - player fraud - multiple forum accoun
Joined
May 16, 2009
Location
florida
high variance slots with potential for large payouts
retriggers on bonus rounds
free spins
mini jackpot and mega jackpot (e.g. intercasino)
US friendly
scatters that pay something (e.g. two scatters pay - unlike aztec treasures and paydirt that don't pay anything for two)
new slot game similar to Top Dollar in land casinos
 

Roanan

Banned User - abusive flamming - misogynist
Joined
Oct 6, 2009
Location
Langley, BC...in Canada, eh?
Stacked wilds (RTG: Aztec Treasures, MGS: Alaskan Fishing)
or
Wild substituting for scatters (RTG: Raindance, Ronin)

Skill based features (Rival: Hole In Won, Rock On!)

Collectible symbols to trigger a feature: (RTG: Super Diamond Mine)
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
I would LOVE to see AWP (Fruities) slots added to non-MGS casinos!!

:D

I can't speak for him, but I'm sure VWM would agree :D

I also agree with the majority here.....I love most any slot that has expanding &/or stacked wilds. Either in the regular game, in free spin mode or ideally, both. :)

...and as with the fruities, any slot that is interactive has my vote. But, take it up a notch from Rival's iSlots. They're ok, but too damn repetitive. For example, the Fix it up or whatever slot, you have 3 static bonus rounds that do the exact same thing. Once you finish with the 3rd one, you repeat them from the beginning.

edit: On another note, if you could imitate the stop feature of OFFLINE slots into an online slot, that would be GREAT. For instance the offline version of Wolf Run allows somewhat of a 'skill' stop. The problem with online slots (RTG for example) is the fact that the slots simply stop within a millisecond of you stopping the reels and switching out symbols on the fly instead of the reels simply slowing down and stopping. Nothing takes away from the enjoyment of the game more than reels that come to a screeching halt once you press the stop button.
 

vegetagirl2008

Mafia Wars Level 472
Joined
May 10, 2008
Location
Brooklyn, New York, United States
It has been awhile, since I have been active in the community. I am with a company that is developing on line slots. It would be helpfull if the Meister community could help me with their Favorite slots it would be helpfull. Also when the new ones are ready please e-mail me your address and I will take care of those who help me out, and will need Beta testers. Hope this was the right place to post.

Phynqster
I see your location is Los Angeles Ca are you developing software for the US or for the rest of the world. Because everyone that has posted has listed games that are from various software that is used outside of the US. I am kind of curious to what slots are you developing or already have developed.
 

same_old

Dormant account
webmeister
PABaccred
Joined
Mar 4, 2007
Location
Australia
Microgmaing:

All the 50 pay lines ones with the wilds on reels 2,3,4

Thunderstruck
Dragons loot
Break Da bank again


RTG:

T-rex- the dragon scatter you get
Mystic Dragon- once again for the X2 scatters they have
Paydirt
Coyote Cash

Intercasino:

Those new marvel slots are great,
Batman- once again wilds all over
Thai Sunrise- reminds of of cleopatra's pyramid
That new brave heart is bloody awesome

Playtech:

never playd they seem dull and boring.


Hope this helps out some.
 

phynqster

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 15, 2004
Location
los angeles, ca
Wow,
So great to be back on the Forum. My home base is in Los Angeles, but since the US stopped on line stuff, I am on the other side of the world. The casinos at this time would not be for US players.
So what I sense from the majority of the crowd, no reason to even bother with the classic 3 reels or any other that is not the Video multi line version.
One thing I have not seen is the Random Jackpot feature vs the progressive jackpot. You must actually hit the bonus than it just paying out no mater what the bet or lines played is. All of this is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,

Phynq
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
Wow,
So great to be back on the Forum. My home base is in Los Angeles, but since the US stopped on line stuff, I am on the other side of the world. The casinos at this time would not be for US players.
So what I sense from the majority of the crowd, no reason to even bother with the classic 3 reels or any other that is not the Video multi line version.
One thing I have not seen is the Random Jackpot feature vs the progressive jackpot. You must actually hit the bonus than it just paying out no mater what the bet or lines played is. All of this is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,

Phynq
IMO, we could do without the RJ. It appears that when the RJ is huge, once it's hit, it adversely affects the overall RTP. More progressives would be better.
 

Wildfire7

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 9, 2006
Location
UK
Wow,
So great to be back on the Forum. My home base is in Los Angeles, but since the US stopped on line stuff, I am on the other side of the world. The casinos at this time would not be for US players.
So what I sense from the majority of the crowd, no reason to even bother with the classic 3 reels or any other that is not the Video multi line version.
One thing I have not seen is the Random Jackpot feature vs the progressive jackpot. You must actually hit the bonus than it just paying out no mater what the bet or lines played is. All of this is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,

Phynq
I would just like to chime in regarding 3 reel slots. Most of MG 3 reel, 1-5 line slots are superb and IMO the best that it is out there at the moment, with Rivals 3 reel slots a close second. Having these 3 reel slots is a good way to mix the play up and give players a break from the video multi line ones.
They can be just as exciting as I have picked up some good wins from just a few spins.

Anything upto 30 lines I play mostly. With a free spins based bonus with a fixed multiplyer. Ideally with 4 or 5 scatters for a bigger bonus round.

As others have mentioned expanding wilds, and collectable bonus symbols.
It must be hard to get a new brand established, Rival have done it, and done it very well. So for me a crossbred between MG and Rival designs would be perfect!

Mike
 

gloria460

Meister Member
Joined
May 11, 2008
Location
Florida
AACCCKKKKK!!! Where's my Ouzi?? God, what a waste of air you are.
Ok, now I'm thoroughly confused..first winbig and now you..are post being inserted into the wrong thread by mistake..lol:confused:

Never mind Pina...Roanan told me a spammer was in the thread.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
Ok, now I'm thoroughly confused..first winbig and now you..are post being inserted into the wrong thread by mistake..lol:confused:

Never mind Pina...Roanan told me a spammer was in the thread.
One of the mods woke up and not only did they ban the spammer, but they deleted their account and all subsequent posts they made :)
 

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