End of the road

IronClaw08

Member

I've played your game for a few years now.  I've seen it gradually go from fun to greedy.

The last straw was last night I was playing the 888 slots and went 393 consecutive max bets spins before getting my first bonus round.  The bonus round gave me 4200 coins.

393 spins x 2640 coins per spin = 1,037,520 chips spent before I got a 4200 coin bonus round.  No thank you.

The reason virtual casinos have a draw is because it's supposed to allow someone to experience spending more money than they typically can in a real casino and to experience what it feels like to win a large amount of coins/money/whatever.  When the company that's trying to provide that entertainment starts to take that thrill away in place of profits, that's when the casino becomes dead. 

It's obvious, based on last night, that this company wants money more than people so I've decided that last night is the last night I will play this game.  I can buy virtual money from anyone else and get better play-ability then what I experienced last night.

I wish Digital Leisure good luck in their endeavors and good luck to those who still choose to play.  The price of entertainment is different for everyone and spending a million coins to get 4200 and 1 bonus round just isn't the kind of return on my entertainment dollar that'd I'd expect.

Last edited by IronClaw08 (12 Apr 2018 14:44)

Charlie Mac

Member

IronClaw08 wrote

I've played your game for a few years now.  I've seen it gradually go from fun to greedy.

The last straw was last night I was playing the 888 slots and went 393 consecutive max bets spins before getting my first bonus round.  The bonus round gave me 4200 coins.

393 spins x 2640 coins per spin = 1,037,520 chips spent before I got a 4200 coin bonus round.  No thank you.

The reason virtual casinos have a draw is because it's supposed to allow someone to experience spending more money than they typically can in a real casino and to experience what it feels like to win a large amount of coins/money/whatever.  When the company that's trying to provide that entertainment starts to take that thrill away in place of profits, that's when the casino becomes dead. 

It's obvious, based on last night, that this company wants money more than people so I've decided that last night is the last night I will play this game.  I can buy virtual money from anyone else and get better play-ability then what I experienced last night.

I wish Digital Leisure good luck in their endeavors and good luck to those who still choose to play.  The price of entertainment is different for everyone and spending a million coins to get 4200 and 1 bonus round just isn't the kind of return on my entertainment dollar that'd I'd expect.

That's all its about now,,, greed. I mean, they don't give a damn about the loyal fan base and this last chip sale is blatant truth of that. I mean,,, really? Lets offer noobs a pack that was originally free at half price and even if the loyal fan base was stupid enough to want to buy it (I might have?) they couldn't? Lol, and what about the pet parrot? I need to spend $50 REAL dollars to obtain it? I mean this forum was meant to gather good ideas to introduce into the game and yet it always seems to cost money all the while the overall quality of the game steadily declines. Kind of like this ring poker the so called "most requested game ever". Requested by who? I've been following this forum for years and this is the first I ever heard of it. I have yet to hear anything positive about it yet, it still lingers. All I can say is thank god I finally (after 500 spins in a row) obtained my "We Three Kings" trophy last weekend and as soon as my money runs out I will be done as well.

Culigan

Member

there is something with the long of the hill’s blackjack

i lost 2 million here. this table is reaaally stealing the player