Tombstone RTP - Videoslots??

PMKFRUITPRO

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All time RTP currently showing 73.8%

Not my personal RTP but all time RTP on the game payout screen.

Now I know there are loads of games way over and way under RTP in this section, but obv and as stated by videoslots themselves, these would obviously be the lesser played games which of course haven’t had enough spins through.

Now I maybe wrong but I’m imagining tombstone isn’t one of these??

Now looking at DOA2 for example which is at 106.2% - This is obv crazy variance where it seems videoslots have been on the wrong end of, but I imagine there are plenty of other casinos that are 10% the other way! So I can understand that.

Although tombstone is fairly high variance I’m still very surprised at this as the game is not exactly weeks old.

How long would it be before questions are asked?? Or would they never be??

If that was one of my favourite games I’d be feeling pretty pissed off looking at that!!

Can anybody from videoslots confirm the number of spins this game has had overall perhaps?? Maybe it’s not as popular as I thought???
 

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Mr_Slot5

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Not a big fan of these nolomit city slots. I've personally never had a win exceeding 50x on any that I've tried. Played Tombstone last night to give it a good try out. Pretty much straight dropped me- no win over 30x and no bonus seen in a few hundred spins.

I think a lot of RTP must be tied up right up at the top end wins of these slots.
 

Kroffe

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Not a big fan of these nolomit city slots. I've personally never had a win exceeding 50x on any that I've tried. Played Tombstone last night to give it a good try out. Pretty much straight dropped me- no win over 30x and no bonus seen in a few hundred spins.

I think a lot of RTP must be tied up right up at the top end wins of these slots.
Yeah, tombstone is very volatile.
And the bonuses are very all or nothing, just like with Doa for example.
Difference is that the basegame in tombstone is waaaay more harsh than doas base.

To get the big wins you need the stars+scatters bonus, they seem to pay good most every time.
 

Team.Videoslots

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All time RTP currently showing 73.8%

Not my personal RTP but all time RTP on the game payout screen.

Now I know there are loads of games way over and way under RTP in this section, but obv and as stated by videoslots themselves, these would obviously be the lesser played games which of course haven’t had enough spins through.

Now I maybe wrong but I’m imagining tombstone isn’t one of these??

Now looking at DOA2 for example which is at 106.2% - This is obv crazy variance where it seems videoslots have been on the wrong end of, but I imagine there are plenty of other casinos that are 10% the other way! So I can understand that.

Although tombstone is fairly high variance I’m still very surprised at this as the game is not exactly weeks old.

How long would it be before questions are asked?? Or would they never be??

If that was one of my favourite games I’d be feeling pretty pissed off looking at that!!

Can anybody from videoslots confirm the number of spins this game has had overall perhaps?? Maybe it’s not as popular as I thought???

Hi,

You are correct that we had many big wins a DOA2 from day 1, we had some lucky winners! :)

Regarding Tombstone, its not one of the top games. So we dont have enough data on that game yet.

Our less popular casino games will show a higher swing in payout percentage. Example: A player makes bets of €1,000 in a rarely played game, winning €3,000. The payout percentage will show 300%.

The more bets and wins a game generates, the more accurate the average payout percentage will be.

Best regards,

Team Videoslots
 

PMKFRUITPRO

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Are you able to tell us how many spins have gone through the game then?

I totally understand what ur saying with reference to the less popular games as I highlighted in my original post.

Just thought this was a fairly popular game?
 

Team.Videoslots

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Are you able to tell us how many spins have gone through the game then?

I totally understand what ur saying with reference to the less popular games as I highlighted in my original post.

Just thought this was a fairly popular game?

I cant see that without spending a lot of time looking into it. Checking the top markets I can see the game had about 0.03% of all bets during April.
 

pinnit2014

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Yeah, tombstone is very volatile.
And the bonuses are very all or nothing, just like with Doa for example.
Difference is that the basegame in tombstone is waaaay more harsh than doas base.

To get the big wins you need the stars+scatters bonus, they seem to pay good most every time.

yeah, had my first 2500x in NLC when I got them. Pretty neat watching the big wins every spin. Sadly I thought all were sticky when I next got the scatters...:-(

All or nothing with Tombstone; Harlequin Respin can hold the balance better with some 100x wins thrown in between bonus’s.

I give it 100 spins and then move on; maybe others are thinking the same- certain not a game to grind on
 

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Tombstone is just too dangerous IMO, which is a shame as I enjoy the game itself, but it's on the banned list now, lost a bit more than I was comfortable with chasing a decent hit on small stakes.

I really do wish No Limit City would ease off with the volatility of their games, their portfolio used to be much better balanced IMO.
 

pinnit2014

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Tombstone is just too dangerous IMO, which is a shame as I enjoy the game itself, but it's on the banned list now, lost a bit more than I was comfortable with chasing a decent hit on small stakes.

I really do wish No Limit City would ease off with the volatility of their games, their portfolio used to be much better balanced IMO.

Get what you’re saying; been the victim of many of their HV butchering.

But is it not best that, from a brand POV, that you make a name for yourself selling (and being good at), a certain product(in this case HV games); just wondering if a gradual release of lower volatility games might dilute that.

Unlike PNG (are half their games LV or HV; I really don’t know) you at least know what your in for.
 

BrianGhattas

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Tombstone on Video Slots has been just like the people buried under them: DEAD. Can’t get a bonus any more.

I don’t like No Limit City. Way, way too volatile and the RTP is a lie.
 

Mr_Slot5

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Tombstone is just too dangerous IMO, which is a shame as I enjoy the game itself, but it's on the banned list now, lost a bit more than I was comfortable with chasing a decent hit on small stakes.

I really do wish No Limit City would ease off with the volatility of their games, their portfolio used to be much better balanced IMO.
Completely agree. Some of their games are completely unplayable.
 

geordiecolin

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What a perfect time to play Tombstone at Videoslots then :) I played it in VS when it was first released and after doing quite well I left it with a rtp of 146% never to return. Maybe I will give it a go this weekend
 

goatwack

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I don't mind the provider overall, in terms of production and entertainment etc

But as I soon found out on Punk Rocker, their games fall into the 'Astro-planetary Variance' bracket.

Very lopsided gameplay and extremely harsh on the bankroll. Somewhat 'fun' when winning in clusters, dreary when the game turns out the lights.

And unlike its peers, the DOAs & Bonanzas of this world, when on a losing run it never feels as though No Limit City's games can pull you from the brink of bust-dom, as the bonuses are middling at best (unless all the stars in the cosmos happen to align......remember, 'potential', people) and the base game unable to sustain balances.

So HV gameplay with MV payouts. I'd call them scratchcard games, but I suppose it's like spending £10 on scratchcards to win £5. Or using those claw machines at the fair and it bypasses the teddy but manages to hoist up a needle discarded by a junkie 4 years prior
 

Gam Blor

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I got the rare-as-rocking-horse-shit double feature (i.e. bonus symbols on all 5 reels).

It paid two times my stake. Raging doesn't begin to describe it.
 

Mr_Slot5

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I don't mind the provider overall, in terms of production and entertainment etc

But as I soon found out on Punk Rocker, their games fall into the 'Astro-planetary Variance' bracket.

Very lopsided gameplay and extremely harsh on the bankroll. Somewhat 'fun' when winning in clusters, dreary when the game turns out the lights.

And unlike its peers, the DOAs & Bonanzas of this world, when on a losing run it never feels as though No Limit City's games can pull you from the brink of bust-dom, as the bonuses are middling at best (unless all the stars in the cosmos happen to align......remember, 'potential', people) and the base game unable to sustain balances.

So HV gameplay with MV payouts. I'd call them scratchcard games, but I suppose it's like spending £10 on scratchcards to win £5. Or using those claw machines at the fair and it bypasses the teddy but manages to hoist up a needle discarded by a junkie 4 years prior
They sure have some work to do on the maths side of their games and RTP distribution. That's actually an understatement.
 
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