testing a theory on a game

Googobucs

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If I wanted to test a theory that a game was behaving a certain way; we have had our share of craziness lately, I should be able to do this in fun mode correct? I don't actually have to deposit and play the game in real mode to prove or disprove that something is happening.

My understanding is that the games in fun mode are exactly the same as in real mode, so if I observed something in real mode and it was a real issue, I should be able to reproduce it in fun mode?

is my logic sound here....... This is complete hypothetical. I have not observed anything unusual. It's just a question.

thanks
 

itsblitz

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as far as i know microgaming plays exactly the same real or fun mode....
Do tell us the theory....
I want to know why on the 9 line MG slots like thunderstruck and spring break, if you dont hit the free spins for an age they always seem to drop in positions 1/2/3 or 3/4//5... its just a weird thing iv noticed oer the years
 

Googobucs

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I can't play MG in the US so you'll have to test that theory yourself. But every once in a while we all put on that tin foil hat where it seems like every 3rd spin the wild symbol just misses on the 2nd reel or whatever. So I want to know if it's valid to test those things in fun mode.
 

KasinoKing

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I can't play MG in the US so you'll have to test that theory yourself. But every once in a while we all put on that tin foil hat where it seems like every 3rd spin the wild symbol just misses on the 2nd reel or whatever. So I want to know if it's valid to test those things in fun mode.
You can test in fun mode, as all reputable casinos run the exact same game in fun as in real money play.

BUT... remember that the spins are mostly just "eye candy" which "cut-in" the finishing positions just before the reels stop spinning. So even if you do see a scatter or wild just go past and off the bottom, it's doesn't mean it was a near miss - you could have been miles away!

KK
 

Simmo!

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remember that the spins are mostly just "eye candy" which "cut-in" the finishing positions just before the reels stop spinning. So even if you do see a scatter or wild just go past and off the bottom, it's doesn't mean it was a near miss - you could have been miles away!

KK

^^ Important. The spinning reels are really just an animation to keep you interested because watching a number like 3675986463779-9386-38363 come up on your screen might be a bit boring to some people.
 

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You can test in fun mode, as all reputable casinos run the exact same game in fun as in real money play.

BUT... remember that the spins are mostly just "eye candy" which "cut-in" the finishing positions just before the reels stop spinning. So even if you do see a scatter or wild just go past and off the bottom, it's doesn't mean it was a near miss - you could have been miles away!

KK

eye candy alright, I thought this was not aloud, I see some time back in a thread that it wasnt aloud for some reason or the other, But it seems that MG now days thats all your getting, is missed reels and 1 off, I lost count how many screen shots I took the other day by 1 offs a good hit, and theses was the best hits, I didnt bother with the smaller misses and the near miss in free spins, On my little session for about 2 hrs at least 8 - 10% was 1 offs, I do not mind but when it gets this bad there must be something up,
 

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