Does it say Ainsworth or High5? .. never touch either.
I love how "Ainsworth" is just literally one letter away from "Aint Worth." That Ainsworth has very bad paying games.
Two I despise. Wonder 4 where you pick which bonus screen you take. Never fails that I pick the wrong screen, and my screen wins 2.00 while the other ones win 100 each. If I'm betting 2.00 I shouldn't get what is essentially a 50 cent bonus.
Two, any of the wheel of fortunes with multiple wheels. They are a total scam. Never have seen anyone get good multipliers, and never see good pays spin on the wheel.
Pure garbage? Yes! LOL..
Originally Posted by dannyboy
Originally Posted by Sandy
Funny to u mention this game, Rumble. I think its the same one. I hit this and thought I hit it big...nope. Only $250 w a full screen. Pretty lame! It did end up giving me the random progressive for over $300 at least. This paid $5.00 a line.
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The funny thing about this is that there are games that are somewhat similar to these shitty Ainsworth and High5 games but because they're much better designed in terms of playing experience, they're actually more enjoyable to play despite also being somewhat shitty-paying.
Games like Moon Maidens, Sky Rider, and the like are all pretty lousy with low paying potential. But they're flashy, high resolution, great animations and graphics, etc.
Compare that to the clunky Ainsworth games with horrible animations, symbols that tend to look alike, absolutely god awful audio, etc.
I really have no idea how Ainsworth has managed to not only hold market share but obtain more of it in the last 10 years.
Originally Posted by oleslotguy