The wheel, spun by the host, is located in a studio, paired with a two-reel top slot machine that occasionally provides multipliers for a certain betting area. The wheel consists of 54 segments: ones, twos, fives, tens, and the four bonus games, which will be discussed later.
Before the wheel is spun, we have to predict which number or bonus game we think will come up, and place our bet on that (the minimum bet is 20 cents). We can bet on one, more, or even all of them. After that, the host spins the wheel, and the two-reel slot machine also starts, which determines whether any segment receives a multiplier or not.
The first is Cash Hunt. Here, 108 multipliers appear on a wall, which are then randomly covered with symbols. These are mixed up, and we must guess with the help of a "cannon" which one might have the highest multiplier underneath. Then it is revealed what multiplier is under each symbol. The one we chose multiplies our stake as winnings.
The second is Pachinko. Here, at the bottom of the multiplier wall, you'll find 16 random multipliers. The game show host starts a puck from above, and whichever multiplier it falls into, that's how much our bet is multiplied. There are special rules in this game, which if you're interested, will be discussed in our Crazy Time live broadcast.
The third is Coin Flip. A coin is flipped, one side of which is red, the other blue. A random multiplier will be assigned to each side. Then the coin is flipped, and we get the multiplier that corresponds to the side that lands face up.
The fourth is the Crazy Time. This involves a wheel of fortune with 64 segments and 3 pointers. At the beginning of the game, we have to choose whether we pick the green, blue, or yellow pointer. Our winnings will be determined by the segment where our chosen pointer stops. There are also special rules here, which I will explain in more detail in the Crazy Time live broadcast.
There are a total of 9 bonus games on the wheel. It's interesting to note that if we were to only bet on one number/bonus game continuously, regardless of which one we choose, the return to player (RTP) ratio is above 94% for all of them in the long run. However, the highest is at the number one, which is 96.08%.
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It's interesting to note that if we were to only bet on one number/bonus game continuously, regardless of which one we choose, the return to player (RTP) ratio is above 94% for all of them in the long run. However, the highest is at the number one, which is 96.08%.