Have you ever sat playing Pac-Man for hours on end and wished that you could’ve gotten something out of it, other than clearing a level? If you have, then you’re in luck. The genie of the gambling industry has nodded its head and said, ‘Your wish is my command.’
Pac-Man at Casinos
Gamblit Gaming and Bandai Namco have partnered up to tweak Pac-Man to provide a real money betting element to the game. This original 80’s arcade game, was known to keep arcade-goers endlessly entertained and that is exactly what this partnership aims to do with the popular game.
So, the new casino game to hit the gambling industry and change arcade gaming as we know it, is titled; ‘Pac-Man Battle Casino’. This casino game has a similar look and feel to the four-player arcade game of ‘Pac-Man Battle Royale’ which entered into the gaming market in 2011.
What Players Can Expect from Pac-Man Battle Casino
To play, gamblers will need to bet a minimum amount, which according to Gambling CMO, Darion Lowenstein, will range between AU$2.50 and AU$32.
In addition, you will only be able to place bets before the game starts. No bets will be taken during the course of the game. So, in an instance where you find yourself winning, you are not able to make the stakes higher.
When it comes to the prize, that is all up to the prize wheel, which randomly generates a figure each round.
Pac-Man Battle Casino, Luck or Skill?
Games are meant to be played with between two and four gamblers at a time, whereby the ghosts are controlled by the CPU. Further, Lowenstein expresses that all elements in the game are ‘skill-based’ aside from the prize wheel random cash prize element.
We know that the Casino Aus team is very excited to see this casino game enter into casinos and hopefully break into the online casino market soon.