darkoz
darkoz
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August 28th, 2017 at 4:50:12 AM permalink
This is a review of the new Texas Tea Pinball skill slots. I know of one install at least at Borgata in AC

The game has two spin buttons on left and right which doubles as the left/right flipper controls in the pinball bonus round

The game is comprised of the base game which is a traditional slot machine and the skill based pinball bonus round. You have the option of forgoing the skill bonus for a traditional free spins bonus. Five free spins is what i saw offered

I will review the base game first and then the skill bonus

1) Base game:

This is a Texas Tea themed slot. I saw nothing different from other games in the Texas Tea family although the money and bonuses offered were sadly lacking. Overall the game is incredibly boring

The game grid is 4 high/5 across.

The only way to play the skill portion of the game is to be lucky enough to receive at least 2 bonus round symbols. These are on the middle (3rd) reel only

2 bonus round symbols gets you three balls in the pinball bonus

3 bonus round symbols gets you four balls in the pinball bonus

4 bonus round symbols gets you five balls in the pinball bonus

I ran through and lost $500 without a single bonus round

2) Pinball skill based game review:

I ran through and lost $500 without a single bonus round

End review


EDIT: Hullaboo asked a good question about denomination. I admit i was a bit upset and flustered wen writing the review. The range is sixty cents minimum up to $3 max and yes I was playing max bet wen running through the $500. Nonetheless I rarely go through that at a game at only $3 per spin without a bonus. The individual spins were paying very poorly as well. Perhaps I hit horrible variance. Will give it another shot in the future. But not now
Last edited by: darkoz on Aug 28, 2017
Hullabaloo
Hullabaloo
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August 28th, 2017 at 7:07:01 AM permalink
That sucks. (Not the review, just the results).

What was the denomination and how much per game?

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