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The Pachinko slots game is produced by NextGen. NextGen are one of the smaller slot development companies on the market at the moment and do not offer their own casino platform. Instead they lease their games out to casinos using other platforms. NextGen appear to publish the house edge of their slots within the paytable file for the game, though this may not be universal. As such the figures contained within this review should be treated as a guideline only when playing at any casino that does not explicitly state the settings they are using.
The classic Japanese pinball game; play to win more balls or cash them in.
Pachinko isn’t technically a slots game but what’s usually listed as a Casual game. You are displayed a pinball machine styled layout and buy a number of balls to use. Each ball then gets fired into the machine. Any ball that lands in one of the cups awards extra balls, if they land in the slots game in the middle the reels spin and if three matching symbols land you win extra balls. Any balls that drop out the bottom are lost. At the end of the game your balls are totalled up and you have the choice to use those balls to play the next round on a machine that is slightly different aesthetically. You can play up to 8 rounds in this fashion. At the end of the 8th round your balls are cashed out automatically.
To be honest I don’t totally understand why this game has become so huge in the Asian markets. That said, it is relatively amusing and has a lower house edge than many of the casual games on the market at the moment.