Pachinko

Pachinko

A ball bearing inspired popular Japanese pinball-style game, offering eight levels of highly imaginative graphics.

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How to Play

This game is a pinball style game with a slot machine element. You buy a number of balls at a unit value per ball and release them into the play area. The balls may fall down the play area and disappear, but a few find their way into buckets. Balls collected in a bucket win more balls. A ball dropping in the top middle buckets triggers the slot game. Three matching symbols in a slot wins more balls.

Once all the original balls have played out you can then choose to exchange the balls you have collected for cash or continue to play with them. If you choose to continue to play, you play the next round with your winning balls. You can play up to eight rounds. If you lose all the balls without collecting any in any round, then the game is over and you have lost.

To Set Your Bet

You can select the number of balls to play with and the unit value of each ball. The total bet is the number of balls multiplied by the value of each ball.

  • Click the plus (+) or minus (-) arrow buttons to select the number of balls you want to play.
  • Click the plus (+) or minus (-) arrow buttons to set the bet per ball value.
  • Click the PLAY button.

Maximum Wager Aggregate

  • The maximum wager on Pachinko is $1000.
  • The maximum wager is enforced by the total bet. Total bet is determined by the formula:

    Total number of balls (max 50) * Bet per ball

The SHOOT Controller

Click this button to release the balls. Balls are released one at a time. To control the speed at which the balls are released:

  • Move the mouse to the right and click to increase the speed.
  • Move the mouse to the left and click to reduce the speed.
  • The speedometer indicates the speed (Red = Fast, Green = Slow).

The AUTOSHOOT button

Click this button to release more than one ball at a time. Slide the controller up to increase the rate at which the balls are released. Balls are released automatically until the balls run out. Click this button again to stop Autoshoot.

Collect Winnings or Continue

When all the balls have played out and there are none left to shoot, you can collect any winnings or continue to play with any balls you have collected in the buckets (i.e. won).

The maximum number of balls that can be carried over to the next round is 1000. You will receive a pop up message warning you that you are unable to move these to the next round.

Click the COLLECT button to end the game and to convert all the balls you have won back into cash. Funds are credited to your account immediately. The balls are converted back into cash at the same unit value as you paid for them.

Click the CONTINUE button to play the next round with the balls you have won.

Rounds

You can play up to eight rounds in a single game. Each round has a different theme and its own payout values. Click the PAYTABLE button to see the individual payout values for each round.

Every second round (that is, rounds 2, 4, 6 and 8) are high payout rounds. Instead of the normal silver balls, special fiery balls are used in these rounds.

Return to Player

This game has a Return to Player of 95.62%.

System malfunction voids all pays and plays.