New HyperWays™ Game Mechanic Launched by GameArt

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Najasaki

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Shame they are dodgy though. At least they are doing something constructive when not offering bent demo games and claiming non-existent licenses lol.

Gameart's slots are entertaining. This newest "Hyperways" Mega Bunny game sucks massively. As a matter of fact, most of their newest releases are ghastly. I still enjoy their old ones though... Very Vegas feeling games.. And as a whole, I could care less if their fun play slots are looser.
 

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Gameart's slots are entertaining. This newest "Hyperways" Mega Bunny game sucks massively. As a matter of fact, most of their newest releases are ghastly. I still enjoy their old ones though... Very Vegas feeling games.. And as a whole, I could care less if their fun play slots are looser.
I would care if someone I knew who doesn't hardly gamble but one day stumbled across their demo games, started playing the ridiculously loose demo slots they offerred that were impossible to lose on, and so then decided to play them for real.
It's an utterly disgusting thing to do with any product. Especially in this case, since they are essentially offering people to test an addictive product in its most potent state, but then when they come back and pay for the next fix, throw them a bag of (but still addictive) shite instead.
 

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I would care if someone I knew who doesn't hardly gamble but one day stumbled across their demo games, started playing the ridiculously loose demo slots they offerred that were impossible to lose on, and so then decided to play them for real.
It's an utterly disgusting thing to do with any product. Especially in this case, since they are essentially offering people to test an addictive product in its most potent state, but then when they come back and pay for the next fix, throw them a bag of (but still addictive) shite instead.

Eh, I get your point. It still doesn't bother me and wouldn't make me boycott playing their products. If other people are up in arms about it, they could just add a disclaimer on their play for fun mode that reads: "Product in it's most potent state" or something to that effect. I for one would rather have looser play for fun modes so I can see the potential of a slot and get a bonus round as quickly as possible to get a feel of the game before actually playing it in real mode. This is why I like slots where you can buy the feature in play for fun mode... a feature that only a few providers allow you to do while playing for fun. (Thanks NoLimit City)
 
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I would care if someone I knew who doesn't hardly gamble but one day stumbled across their demo games, started playing the ridiculously loose demo slots they offerred that were impossible to lose on, and so then decided to play them for real.
It's an utterly disgusting thing to do with any product. Especially in this case, since they are essentially offering people to test an addictive product in its most potent state, but then when they come back and pay for the next fix, throw them a bag of (but still addictive) shite instead.
Same with a lot of amatic slots (especially the older ones) giving constant wins/bonus in free play mode. Try wild shark for example... disgusting indeed
 
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