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28 October 2011 - 4:49pm

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Hiya CL Members,

There is a new software that is buzzing especially among US Players. Buzz Luck Casino and Lucky Club Casino are the newest platform for Nu Works. Both sites were formally RTG casinos and though i could not find much info on this software when i searched the net they are similar to RTG and at the same time very different.

I have always been an RTG lover but then again my choices have always been very limited coming from the US.

What i do like about this software is unlike RTG slots the games offer unique bonus rounds and will launch a new page of fun picks that lead to free spins and multipliers. Some of the sounds on these slots are very similar to RTG sound affects and i can't help but wonder if RTG does not some how have their hand in it.

What is really awesome are the Progressive Slots. There are an unbelievable 5 progressives on a single slot. It's a pyramid type of progressive tier. To have a chance at the progressive does not require any special symbols on the reels and is totally random.

Players are launched to a screen of 5 pyramid levels. Starting with level one players choose pyramids and if can complete the first level without the red symbol continue to level 2 and so on until if you are lucky reach the grand prize at the top which is now at like 70K plus.

The beauty of this pyramid progressive is two things. You win credits behind each pyramid in addition to the jackpot if you win. And as you move up through each level you keep each jackpot along the way as well as accumulate some impressive credits.

I think this software is going to take off like gang busters and really skyrocket in the US and globally as well..

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28 October 2011 - 9:24pm
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I am convinced that this is more or less version 2 of RTG's software.

When you download and install it, it pops up a message saying "are you sure" etc. That message is signed by "Hastings International B.V." which is the company that owns RTG. Inside the software, the cashier is the same as RTG, the coupon system and even some of the game graphics like the feature guarantee spinner are identical.

It wouldn't surprise me to see more and more RTG casinos either move to this software or have the games merged over time.

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29 October 2011 - 3:11am
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Usne wrote:

Hiya CL Members,

There is a new software that is buzzing especially among US Players. Buzz Luck Casino and Lucky Club Casino are the newest platform for Nu Works. Both sites were formally RTG casinos and though i could not find much info on this software when i searched the net they are similar to RTG and at the same time very different.

I have always been an RTG lover but then again my choices have always been very limited coming from the US.

What i do like about this software is unlike RTG slots the games offer unique bonus rounds and will launch a new page of fun picks that lead to free spins and multipliers. Some of the sounds on these slots are very similar to RTG sound affects and i can't help but wonder if RTG does not some how have their hand in it.

What is really awesome are the Progressive Slots. There are an unbelievable 5 progressives on a single slot. It's a pyramid type of progressive tier. To have a chance at the progressive does not require any special symbols on the reels and is totally random.

Players are launched to a screen of 5 pyramid levels. Starting with level one players choose pyramids and if can complete the first level without the red symbol continue to level 2 and so on until if you are lucky reach the grand prize at the top which is now at like 70K plus.

The beauty of this pyramid progressive is two things. You win credits behind each pyramid in addition to the jackpot if you win. And as you move up through each level you keep each jackpot along the way as well as accumulate some impressive credits.

I think this software is going to take off like gang busters and really skyrocket in the US and globally as well..

Usne

Usne, you are making this sound like way too much fun, lol! I am downloading now, as I write. The five-level progressives remind me of land-based casino slots, where some have three to five different progressive levels.

I can't wait to see the differences for myself.

I hope that casinos realize that we like variety, though and don't switch all the software to just one style. I like the variety, and I miss the variety of having at least two different types of slots since losing Slots Galore. Some of the other casinos that I have tried, I just don't like the software. The only two I enjoyed were the style of Slots Galore and the typical RTG slots, like at Lucky Red, Win Palace, etc.

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29 October 2011 - 4:54pm
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Can't wait to see how you like it hope! Let us know your reflections!

I know a lot of players don't like RTG and they have taken a bad rap on the same style of slots. But i have to give them two thumbs up for this new software. Players have complained for quite sometime that all the slots are too much alike and i think they may have listened to the feed back.

The casino suite of games is small but i think we are going to see new additions added often.

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29 October 2011 - 5:02pm
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I think you are absolutely right Ed. RTG software has a very low profile and if you do a search on them their site is like a homepage with no other pages and very discrete. They had a much larger site on their software before Black Friday. Now with little to no info out there on Nu Works Gaming it is very reminiscent of RTG's out of the limelight style.

Of course this is for reasons i completely understand. They have managed to survive and i hope they continue to.

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1 November 2011 - 12:33am
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Can't wait to see how you like it hope! Let us know your reflections!

I know a lot of players don't like RTG and they have taken a bad rap on the same style of slots. But i have to give them two thumbs up for this new software. Players have complained for quite sometime that all the slots are too much alike and i think they may have listened to the feed back.

The casino suite of games is small but i think we are going to see new additions added often.

Sorry to say, I wasn't that impressed. I did have some fun in a game where you go to a round and choose numbers, then they choose numbers three times and you get money depending upon how many numbers you match (kind of like keno, in a way). I won a bit in that round. Wish I could remember the name of that game. I made a very small deposit, and it didn't take long to use it up, either. I tried their video poker (nickels, lol) and a couple of the games were fun. I do like the progressive jackpots including more tiers. Maybe it just takes some getting used to. Smile

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1 November 2011 - 6:53pm
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Hi Hope,

Thanks for giving us some feedback. I didn't have much luck either but it seems to me that when a new casino opens they are always tighter! Maybe it's just in my head. Those darn machines have to warm up!

I think we need to give them more time to add more games too. I really do like the concept of the games especially the bonus rounds.

But i might wait a bit to deposit again until the casino breaks in!

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3 November 2011 - 10:34pm
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Hi Hope,

Thanks for giving us some feedback. I didn't have much luck either but it seems to me that when a new casino opens they are always tighter! Maybe it's just in my head. Those darn machines have to warm up!

I think we need to give them more time to add more games too. I really do like the concept of the games especially the bonus rounds.

But i might wait a bit to deposit again until the casino breaks in!

I agree, Usne, lol! I will give it a chance, maybe at a later date. We are creatures of habit, and change is not always easy, I guess. Wink

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