The Osbournes - RIP???

KasinoKing

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I went to have a go on one of my old favourites "The Osbournes" at 32Red last night - and it wasn't there!
Looked at a different MG download casino - not there either... :(

Anyone know if this game has been decommissioned - and if so, when & why?

KK
 

ThePOGG

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That is rubbish! While their time in the lime light has long since ended and I was never a fan of the TV programs they were involved in, I did quite enjoy that game and had a few nice wins on it. Sad to see it go.
 

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When this happens, and games get's decommissioned, why not just use the game "engine" and make a clone out of it with different graphics and name? If it is a unique and fun game that is.
 

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When this happens, and games get's decommissioned, why not just use the game "engine" and make a clone out of it with different graphics and name? If it is a unique and fun game that is.

They do, but they tend not to mention the fact that their "new game" is simply a redressed old one.

This one went in March, but only now (September) has one member just noticed (I hadn't), so it can't have been too popular.

I was far more annoyed when all 2 dozen "pub fruits" were decommissioned by MG over 2 years ago. Other game developers have muscled in on MG's withdrawal, but it's been the modern crap, rather than the vintage style fruities of the 1990's, that have appeared (such as Rainbow Riches and Deal or no deal).
 

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They do, but they tend not to mention the fact that their "new game" is simply a redressed old one.

This one went in March, but only now (September) has one member just noticed (I hadn't), so it can't have been too popular.

I was far more annoyed when all 2 dozen "pub fruits" were decommissioned by MG over 2 years ago. Other game developers have muscled in on MG's withdrawal, but it's been the modern crap, rather than the vintage style fruities of the 1990's, that have appeared (such as Rainbow Riches and Deal or no deal).

And ol' Vinyl's never quite gotten over that...:)
 

vinylweatherman

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And ol' Vinyl's never quite gotten over that...:)

I won't, until another game developer manages to come up with a decent "pub slot" style game that reminds me of the good old days of the 1990's. The problem is it's peculiar to Britain, other countries don't have "pub slots", they have "pokies", which is what we have now in £500 jackpot format.

There may be hope though, as it seems that after merging, our old land based fruity companies are dabbling in the production of online versions of their more modern fruit machines. Sadly, it's mostly the "pokies" that are being launched online, such as Rainbow Riches. I would like to see some of the classics like "All Fired Up" and "Rollercoaster" being released for online casinos.
 

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I too noticed the Osbournes recently disappeared, was a fun game and had good winning potentials with the knockers, assumed it was a licensing thing like with the dark knight games.
Lets hope a clone comes, pretty sure it was a unique non cloned game.
 
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