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I downloaded this because of the Trisha Paytas slot machine. I have played others for years and there isn’t anything particularly better or worse than this app compared to others so I’m not sure why others seem to not like it. Buying coins is optional (and unnecessary since you get more every hour and/or can watch ads), how much you bet is optional, which game to play is optional... not too sure why others don’t enjoy it ::shrug:: I have mine linked to Facebook just so I don’t potentially lose any progress, especially if there’s an update or if using on a different device BUT if I win big or something else that “requires” a post, I just clicked the X to close it so it doesn’t actually post. You still get the rewards you were getting without clogging the news feed or any of the other negative affects of posting to Facebook. I can’t stand those either. Hopefully that helps someone who might otherwise not link them or think you have to post it. I don’t let it automatically do it for me for that reason too.
I'm reading all the negative reviews and wondering if I'm playing the same game(s) as they are. The most frustrating thing to me is to get with an offer of, let's just say for the sake of this review, 100,000 coins for "watching this video". J would almost rather see an add for soap than to have to sit through an ad for another app and then have to download that app to get the coins. Also, if you don't link your Facebook account with the app you miss out on a lot of good offers, free coins, and advancement. I'm not going to link my Facebook account. I don't want to be that person who clogs up the newsfeed with "Johnny just won 1000 coins in the alligator swamp" over and over again. I don't want to be that person who invites their friend list to play. People hate that! I suppose I could set up a fake FB account and use it.....other than that I LOVE these games. I wish the slots in Tunica were as loose as these. Last night I won 3 slot tournaments in a row. I did notice something kind of fishy though. I had gotten down to 100 credits. I'd been playing for 2 weeks without purchasing any coins, so I decided to go ahead and spend $2.99 for a million coins. As soon as I got credit for those coins the games loosened up drastically! I was hitting jackpot after jackpot. If you're looking for something to pass the time then I feel like this choice of games are better than most.
First, let me say that I “did” enjoy this slots game very much. I played a lot, built up a bank of about 70,000,000 and then hit a massive jackpot of over 600,000,000. However, and I continued to bet very conservatively, in a matter of a few weeks, dropped from over 700,000,000 to 20,000,000. The winning just ceased to exist. Whereas I was able to make a few purchases, I simply cannot afford to continue making them. I feel that I will have to seek out a different game. And that is sad because I really enjoyed this one. I just cannot understand how you can win big, and then hit basically nothing, to the end result being giving back all of your winnings. The game just seems rigged that way, and I am not in a position to buy back to hopefully win. I completely understand the “random” nature of winning, but to lose over 700,000,000 in just a few weeks seems very, very odd and suspect to me. Especially considering that I was betting very conservatively. Sad.
I rarely write reviews. I get the concept of the games and I understand it’s a money grab for the developers. At the same time, I refuse to pay for this stuff and have several slot apps that I have had for ages - never had the need to buy anything. This game, however is probably the worst. I have two iPhones and probably ten slot apps on each. I’ve never had the poor display of “winning” that this pathetic app gave. Not only does it NEVER hit a bonus on any machine, I rarely win more than I bet, no matter how much or little I bet and that, my friends, is the key. If you continually lose, WINNING LESS THAN YOU BET IS NOT WINNING. I despise that type of “play” and I think these poor displays of “play” take advantage of people in lonely and dark times in their lives. Don’t believe me? Just read some of the comments on some of these apps. Advice: when you run out, just delete and find another. There are a ton out there and new ones added all the time. Want to blow $4.99? Give it to a good cause and drop a bag of kitten or puppy chow at a shelter...don’t waste money on this crap. The best game I’ve ever played and continue to play to this day is Wonka Slots, although I did take a long break until recently updated. My two cents. And now dumping this waste of space. Sorry.
PROS: Variety of slots available from start, graphics are decent. CONS: Ads are ridiculous, machines RARELY payout even minimal combinations, notifications out of control. The ads cut me off during the middle of a spin way too often. I get your reason...”you need to keep the game free.” This was said in other reviews. Consider this as a solution: reduce your coin purchase offers and get your machines to payout. I’m not spending 4.99 on 95k coins. That’s silly. I can get 50k coins through watching 5 ads. As for notifications, I woke up His yesterday to several notifications telling me to get my bonus and come play the game. I woke up this morning and saw the same...so I decided to count up the amount. 16 times!! Why?! This is comparable to receiving junk mail (useless and annoying). Good luck with your future as app developers...I’m deleting and moving on.
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