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  1. Cheers Tommy It's taken me nearly ten years to get the spinning white dot out of my dreams - do I dare play it again or not?!?!
  2. Congrats on a 400th release! Just a point - I presume the sections all 'on the wonk' on the actual machine - it gives me vertigo just looking at it
  3. Many thanks @Mavroz for the classic game Looks like a basic clone of Hellraiser, Vamp it up et al, but I can't find an image of the actual machine - does anyone have one?
  4. How do we see what's in her box? Does she have mirrored Daisy Dukes?
  5. Assuming it's got the emptier ROM we'll all have little white dots flying round in circles haunting our dreams...
  6. They're a lot less fun to play than they are to look at and listen to. Very flat profile that you can force for a small loss...
  7. You should check the AWP you did @vectra666
  8. That was such a shame wasn't it. Those new reflex machines look great but just don't play like vamp it up and clones.
  9. Thanks Clo Funny you should do this one, as I was only asking the other day which bingo themed games were about? I am not sure if this is the one I remember or not - I'll give it a go later. Should be a fairly simple DX if anyone fancies it...
  10. Thanks Clo Funny you should do this one, as I was only asking the other day which bingo themed games were about? I am not sure if this is the one I remember or not - I'll give it a go later. Should be a fairly simple DX if anyone fancies it...
  11. Before they fucked around with the cashpots being permanently on jackpot, they were always a free win on Bell Fruits. This was a wonderful way to compensate a club machine - it would save up to pay the cashpot but winning it had no effect on how the machine played, so casuals could always play it and hope for some wins. Otherwise when you win a jackpot it's on its arse for days or weeks as no one wants to play. So if you play Club Attraction, for example, you can merrily gamble out both cashpots, collecting nothing until they drop, then take back 88% of what you put in (on average) by co
  12. So we've got Hellraiser and Hot stuff which probably came first, then Vamp it Up, Supernova, All Fired up, Shark Raving Mad, Space Raiders, Max Power and Flash Cash(no, I've never seen either of those). There may be more, it was a very popular trail entry method on barcrests for years. What about Yabba Dabba Darts?
  13. It really depends on the machine, and what you want from your game. Similar to AWPs, the value of the features increases as you make your way up the ladder or around the trail. But equally, it's very rare that any of these features will pay anywhere near the jackpot amount - in fact the only time they will is when the machine is enough behind to pay a jackpot anyway. Because the jackpot is so large in relation to the stake, they don't pay it very often. And the more money you take from features, the longer it will take to save for a jackpot.
  14. Never in my life have I had £100 in the box on a reflex!
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