RealizeGaming
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MrCasinoGames
August 30th, 2017 at 4:41:38 AM permalink
We just finished up our first slot demo for the middle matrix slot concept and we wanted to share it with everyone to get their feedback.

The middle matrix has several variations, but in this particular demo there are two playable games. The first version is the stationary matrix which sits in the middle of the grid and has a RTP of 96.796%. The second version allows the matrix to move and appear in different spots in the grid and it has a RTP of 84.310%. Click on the "lock" button to toggle between the two game modes.

*The game uses "all ways" gameplay. 

*Use the buttons in the upper left hand corner of the game to change the themes and music.

*The game may take a few seconds to initially load.

*We also have a separate game created for Aristocrat using their familiar Buffalo game, so message me if you would like to take a look at it.

Any thoughts, questions, or comments are welcomed.

Demo Link: http://www.realizegamingllc.com/MatrixDemo/index.html

VladAlex1
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August 30th, 2017 at 6:46:33 PM permalink
Math question and guess.

Middle locked matrix has RTP of 96.796%.
The second version (unlocked) has a RTP of 84.310%.
The reason for the difference is the reel-1 and reel-5 are one spinning side oriented matrix (most left dead end or most right dead end and limited the matrix side win ways from 6 (Reels 2,3,4) in the middle to 3 on the reels 1 and 5
Am I right?
Need Math experts
Id rather have to be a lucky player than good one.
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August 30th, 2017 at 8:31:45 PM permalink
I'd call it a pretty decent gimick. Definitely not a blockbuster like Wheel of Fortune, or Quick Hit, but I think it's playable and easily understood.

Good luck to you.


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MrCasinoGames
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September 2nd, 2017 at 9:27:24 AM permalink
Nice game, and good info.
Good luck with middle matrix slot concept.
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September 2nd, 2017 at 11:06:52 AM permalink
I like the fact that there are no "lines;" that any combination of adjacent reels pays. As an occasional slot player, it can be disheartening when you have like symbols on all the reels, but you get nothing because they aren't aligned along one of the pay lines. Your game insures this doesn't happen.

I'm surprised to see that getting 7 adjacent symbols pays less than double what 6 adjacent symbols pays. It would be nice to be rewarded when you get the same symbol on all 7 reels, but I know that would mean lowering payouts elsewhere.

Best of luck with your game! I'd drop a few bucks in it if I saw it on the floor.
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September 2nd, 2017 at 5:03:17 PM permalink
I am not much of a slot guy but I gave the demo a go. Great job!! The audio was cool and the graphics were nice too. I love the inner wheel. Impressive work.
sixsisters
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September 2nd, 2017 at 6:14:53 PM permalink
I hated the music. Was that the best designers could come up with ?
Joeman
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September 2nd, 2017 at 7:09:14 PM permalink
Maybe I'm figuring it wrong, but some of the payouts for multiple combos don't seem to be correct.



Here, it looks like I have two 3x Clovers and one 4x J. According to the pay table, 3x Clover pays $700, and 4x J pays $400. I would expect the win to be (2 x 700) + 400 = $1800. However, the payout shows $1200.
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RealizeGaming
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September 3rd, 2017 at 12:47:59 PM permalink
It takes awhile to get used to the any ways wins for sure. We decided to go with this method because it allows the player to win even if symbols don't align on the first two lines. We also wanted a decent RTP for demo purposes to show how the game could function. With adjusted math I'm sure different paylines can be used.

Has anyone tried the "moving matrix" by clicking on the lock button? The return drops a good amount but I like the possibility of using it in a highly volatile game.

Anyone interested in seeing this concept with the Buffalo game by Aristocrat? We have a demo ready to show them.

I'm also interested in putting a China Shores game by Konami in place using the middle matrix.
RealizeGaming
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September 4th, 2017 at 5:44:27 AM permalink
Quote: sixsisters

I hated the music. Was that the best designers could come up with ?



You can click on the button on the top left to use different music for the demo.

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