Midas Golden Touch (Thunderkick)

myke35

Experienced Member
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Sep 25, 2018
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Uk
Has anyone had any luck with this slot?

It took a fair while to bonus but then the bonus was empty apart from the small initial trigger :-/

Is it really high variance maybe?
 

steveh35

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yes I only play it now on VS battles I was lucky to get 3rd this morning and got 50 free spins but the chances of getting more than 3 midas symbols is almost non existent.
 

snorky510238

Chief glockenspiel maker
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Jan 12, 2018
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Uk
I like the concept of most games by Thunderkick they are mainly pretty good with a good variety of models. Most of them also boast high potential in terms of winnings.

HOWEVER apart from the odd one here and there where are the screenshots of anybody achieving anywhere near the said potential.

FWIW. I personally think their games are gimped after a certain period. It’s so noticeable with certain releases.
 

Jono777

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I like the concept of most games by Thunderkick they are mainly pretty good with a good variety of models. Most of them also boast high potential in terms of winnings.

HOWEVER apart from the odd one here and there where are the screenshots of anybody achieving anywhere near the said potential.

FWIW. I personally think their games are gimped after a certain period. It’s so noticeable with certain releases.

FACT!

Watch the reel strips totally change mid-feature if your doing well on Dragon Horn or Ravens Eye.
 

snorky510238

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The old saying springs to mind. You can fool some of the people all of the time and all the people some of the time but you can’t fool all the people all of the time.

I think this saying is very relevant with reference to providers in this industry.;)
 

CompleteFailure

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Mar 25, 2014
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Hong Kong
I like the concept of most games by Thunderkick they are mainly pretty good with a good variety of models. Most of them also boast high potential in terms of winnings.

HOWEVER apart from the odd one here and there where are the screenshots of anybody achieving anywhere near the said potential.

Strange, I think virtually all their slots are low variance. Only a few are medium.

barbershopuncutmedium
1429unchartedseaslow
theriftlow
tigerrushlow
fluxlow
arcaderlow
turningtotemslow
flamebusterslow
fullmoonromancelow
yetibattleofgreenhatpeaklow
jaguartemplelow
esqueletoexplosivolow
magiciouslow
babushkaslow
fruitwarpmedium
thefalconhuntresslow
wildheistatpeacockmanormedium
midasgoldentouchmedium
swordofkhansmedium
borktheberserkerlow
tokitimelow
birdsonawire?
 

Harry_BKK

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 18, 2014
Location
Balcony
Strange, I think virtually all their slots are low variance. Only a few are medium.

barbershopuncutmedium
1429unchartedseaslow
theriftlow
tigerrushlow
fluxlow
arcaderlow
turningtotemslow
flamebusterslow
fullmoonromancelow
yetibattleofgreenhatpeaklow
jaguartemplelow
esqueletoexplosivolow
magiciouslow
babushkaslow
fruitwarpmedium
thefalconhuntresslow
wildheistatpeacockmanormedium
midasgoldentouchmedium
swordofkhansmedium
borktheberserkerlow
tokitimelow
birdsonawire?

Don't know where you got your info from but that is not what Thunderkick says. e.g. This is an excerpt from the Sword of Khans game sheet.

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CompleteFailure

Newbie member
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Hong Kong
Don't know where you got your info from but that is not what Thunderkick says. e.g. This is an excerpt from the Sword of Khans game sheet.

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Yes, I've gone through all of Thunderkick's files. These are just my own estimates after looking at:
1) Thunderkick stated info
2) Features
3) Paytables
4) Hit frequency
5) Playing them

I don't have enough play on each to be sure. They are just my estimates. IMO, Thunderkick and people generally, put to much emphasis on the max win (max exposure). Also, Thunderkick is rating the volatility on their own scale, not on a scale which includes other providers (i.e. this slot may be high volatility on their scale).

What do you think about Birds On A Wire?
 

VismundCygnus

Full Member
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Feb 14, 2018
Location
London
Don't know where you got your info from but that is not what Thunderkick says. e.g. This is an excerpt from the Sword of Khans game sheet.

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Hey that is interesting the vola is square root of variance, should be a more reliable way than these arbitrary ratings people give. Are you sure 9.4 is the actual number for the game and not a rating out of 10 they've rated it as?
 

Harry_BKK

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Dec 18, 2014
Location
Balcony
Yes, I've gone through all of Thunderkick's files. These are just my own estimates after looking at:
1) Thunderkick stated info
2) Features
3) Paytables
4) Hit frequency
5) Playing them

I don't have enough play on each to be sure. They are just my estimates. IMO, Thunderkick and people generally, put to much emphasis on the max win (max exposure). Also, Thunderkick is rating the volatility on their own scale, not on a scale which includes other providers (i.e. this slot may be high volatility on their scale).

What do you think about Birds On A Wire?

Here's the excerpt. I haven't played Birds often enough to see how it runs, but from my limited experience I would say medium volatility.

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Harry_BKK

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Dec 18, 2014
Location
Balcony
Hey that is interesting the vola is square root of variance, should be a more reliable way than these arbitrary ratings people give. Are you sure 9.4 is the actual number for the game and not a rating out of 10 they've rated it as?

It is the actual number not a /10 rating. Here Divine Lotus

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CompleteFailure

Newbie member
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Mar 25, 2014
Location
Hong Kong
It is the standard deviation, not just a rating based on their scale. Their standard of rating volatility has changed over time.
SD is quite limited as a measure of volatility.
I think crowd opinion is better if there is enough of it. The question is what is the volatility that a typical player is likely to experience over a reasonable period, e.g. 3 months/10 sessions? Note how people generally agree on the volatility of slots and they got their just throw playing. If there is mostly disagreement, probably they haven't played enough yet.
 
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