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Question Rhiiiiiiiino...

Discussion in 'Slots Discussion' started by magicjohnson, Aug 7, 2015.

    Aug 7, 2015
  1. magicjohnson

    magicjohnson shill account for Big Time Gaming

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    You can already play multiple slots at the same time on some sites but I like the look of this!

    I guess with multiple games it will be a much flatter, anyone played it yet?
     
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  3. Simmo!

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    Look forward to seeing these in Vegas. My experience of the multi-games like Aristocrat's "Wonder4" etc is that they limit the bet sizes quite considerably. The multiple games also reduce the variance but nonetheless they are quite fun if they also have a unique central feature. For example, the Wonder4 games have a special scatter that means, if you get it in a feature trigger, all 4 games do the feature together. Without that, the multi-game machines get a bit boring but it looks like the wheel on this WMS game adds a new dimension too.
     
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  5. magicjohnson

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    Yeah - in reading up more it seems you're limited to a $2 stake / 25c a game which is a bit dull and you're right of course the game will have much less variance. Personally I like Rhino because of it's volatility and a multi feature can't really replace the "if" factor. I'm in Vegas next month and will certainly give it a go though :D
     

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