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February 20, 2016, 08:10:02 AM
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We are speaking about what our next game shut be after the next plannen game in our pipeline, if you have a nice casino game you think we can get inspiration from late me know that, post your comment include a link to the game we can se, thanks a lot and hope people will post a lots of links we can study Smiley

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That is very rare, and a very popular game. And not just a crappy BJ like the ones out there, but a real one where you can play agaisnt many players with nice graphics and things like that.
yeah i think if you stop thinking of a new game and start improving the graphics of the old game that will give you more player there is always a populaire games that people like to play so you don't need inovation you need to make your game more professional

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February 20, 2016, 11:55:07 AM
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One game that I don't see very often in bitcoin casinos is pachinko.  I live in Japan and pachinko parlors are the only kind of physical "casinos" I have seen.  They are really popular here.

I like playing this pachinko game for bitcoins http://pachinko.games-bit.com/ , but it is the only one I know of.  I don't think the look of their game is that great, but you could make a cooler looking pachinko machine, or even have a variety of themed machines.

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February 20, 2016, 05:18:57 PM
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One game that I don't see very often in bitcoin casinos is pachinko.  I live in Japan and pachinko parlors are the only kind of physical "casinos" I have seen.  They are really popular here.

I like playing this pachinko game for bitcoins http://pachinko.games-bit.com/ , but it is the only one I know of.  I don't think the look of their game is that great, but you could make a cooler looking pachinko machine, or even have a variety of themed machines.

yah pachinko is very popular in jap and in the past, even in taiwan where i see like hundred of them in children arcade games. pachinko can be very interesting and fun to watch, so come out with something more appealling to play with.

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February 20, 2016, 05:30:19 PM
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One game that I don't see very often in bitcoin casinos is pachinko.  I live in Japan and pachinko parlors are the only kind of physical "casinos" I have seen.  They are really popular here.

I like playing this pachinko game for bitcoins http://pachinko.games-bit.com/ , but it is the only one I know of.  I don't think the look of their game is that great, but you could make a cooler looking pachinko machine, or even have a variety of themed machines.

yah pachinko is very popular in jap and in the past, even in taiwan where i see like hundred of them in children arcade games. pachinko can be very interesting and fun to watch, so come out with something more appealling to play with.

Being from the US, I've never heard of "pachinko", but it looks very interesting and like it'd be a lot of fun to play! It seems similar to "plinko", is it a variant of it? Or, and this I'm assuming is more likely, did pachinko come first and all the plinko games were merely adapted from it?

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February 20, 2016, 08:41:58 PM
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One game that I don't see very often in bitcoin casinos is pachinko.  I live in Japan and pachinko parlors are the only kind of physical "casinos" I have seen.  They are really popular here.

I like playing this pachinko game for bitcoins http://pachinko.games-bit.com/ , but it is the only one I know of.  I don't think the look of their game is that great, but you could make a cooler looking pachinko machine, or even have a variety of themed machines.

yah pachinko is very popular in jap and in the past, even in taiwan where i see like hundred of them in children arcade games. pachinko can be very interesting and fun to watch, so come out with something more appealling to play with.

Being from the US, I've never heard of "pachinko", but it looks very interesting and like it'd be a lot of fun to play! It seems similar to "plinko", is it a variant of it? Or, and this I'm assuming is more likely, did pachinko come first and all the plinko games were merely adapted from it?

Well that is pretty nice if you say so I think I would like to try it, if it is like plinko then that will be fun and I think much more safe well thanks for the info mate!

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February 21, 2016, 12:56:43 AM
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One game that I don't see very often in bitcoin casinos is pachinko.  I live in Japan and pachinko parlors are the only kind of physical "casinos" I have seen.  They are really popular here.

I like playing this pachinko game for bitcoins http://pachinko.games-bit.com/ , but it is the only one I know of.  I don't think the look of their game is that great, but you could make a cooler looking pachinko machine, or even have a variety of themed machines.

yah pachinko is very popular in jap and in the past, even in taiwan where i see like hundred of them in children arcade games. pachinko can be very interesting and fun to watch, so come out with something more appealling to play with.

Being from the US, I've never heard of "pachinko", but it looks very interesting and like it'd be a lot of fun to play! It seems similar to "plinko", is it a variant of it? Or, and this I'm assuming is more likely, did pachinko come first and all the plinko games were merely adapted from it?

It is similar to plinko, but I think of it as more of a cross between plinko and pinball. There is usually a lot going on and a lot of balls dropping in succession. Some balls will hit bumpers causing more balls to drop, some will get caught in a different track and go through a different section of the machine, etc. I still haven't played a physical machine, but that's what it reminds me of when I see them.

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March 05, 2016, 10:26:48 AM
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We are speaking about what our next game shut be after the next plannen game in our pipeline, if you have a nice casino game you think we can get inspiration from late me know that, post your comment include a link to the game we can se, thanks a lot and hope people will post a lots of links we can study Smiley

In mini clip there is this 8 ball pool that you can turn to a gambling if it can! and a nice game too try to make something like this and I thing many will love it because it tend to gamble in a nice way and it is base on there playing on pool here's the link

http://www.miniclip.com/games/8-ball-pool-multiplayer/en/

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March 05, 2016, 11:17:59 AM
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Any plans to add Craps? I have seen very minimal Bitcoin Casinos offering a good version of craps. Other than that, maybe Pai Gow. I haven't seen any of that online.

I'm with you, I really like playing craps and there isn't much options there, specially with the 3x, 4x, and 5x odds. Normally they only offer with 3x.

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March 05, 2016, 04:57:20 PM
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Well i think about mmorpg game where currency is bitcoin.
That should be great, isnt?

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March 05, 2016, 05:10:58 PM
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We are speaking about what our next game shut be after the next plannen game in our pipeline, if you have a nice casino game you think we can get inspiration from late me know that, post your comment include a link to the game we can se, thanks a lot and hope people will post a lots of links we can study Smiley
Why try something out of the box such as FPS games and Strategical games and Skill-based games ..

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March 05, 2016, 05:25:22 PM
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We are speaking about what our next game shut be after the next plannen game in our pipeline, if you have a nice casino game you think we can get inspiration from late me know that, post your comment include a link to the game we can se, thanks a lot and hope people will post a lots of links we can study Smiley

Why not an 8 ball pool game type ot can have gambling on it and a lot of players are actually playing this game right now and it is very popular I think a lot of players will play and gamble using bitcoin this is the link and think of an idea on how would you make it well good luck on doing so

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www.miniclip.com and search for 8 ball pool I can't post the link I am using my phone right now

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