iPad pachinko

iPad Pachinko Titles Now Available

Pachinko titles are now available for your iPad. Pachinko is very popular in Japan and as Western players are exposed more and more to it via the Internet; it is gaining even more popularity. iPad pachinko titles can be played with free or real money and makes a great alternative to iPad slot and casino titles. Pachinko originated as essentially the Japanese version of one armed bandits and pokies. Pachinko machines can be found all over Japan but usually they are relegated to designated Pachinko parlours.

Mobile Play For iPad Pachinko

iPad Pachinko is great fun to play and since your iPad is mobile, your Pachinko fun can be taken anywhere and everywhere. Pachinko games are comparable to modern titles like Candy Crush or Fruit Ninjas in the sense that the games are simple to play and visually very appealing.

The aim of a Pachinko game is to land silver balls that are launched from the top of the screen, into special gates at the bottom of the screen. These gates award prizes, multipliers or free balls, depending on the game design. Between the launch are and the reward gate, the machine will have a series of obstacles that influence the final trajectory of the ball. In this sense the game can be compared to a pinball machine or the French game Le Multicolor.

The Advantages of Technology On iPad Pachinko

With the advent of digital technology, the old school mechanical machines have seen some new additions. Modern Pachinko games widely incorporate LCD and other digital displays to supplement the in game action. Just like slot titles, many Pachinko games also acquire licensed material like films, books or music. The game play also varies widely between machine, with certain ball trajectories triggering specific circumstances that can lead to big bonuses or multiplier being attached to your winnings.

Another popular feature is similar to the multiball effect in pinball, where certain events trigger multiple balls from the top of the screen for great possible wins. Another element that is popular in pachinko machines is trigger an event that moves the pachinko ball launcher to different areas at the top of the screen , theoretically resulting in better odds of landing the Pachinko balls in a more favourable trajectory that would send the ball through the best bonus gates.

The iPad Pachinko Prize System

Since Gambling is officially illegal in Japan, Japanese Pachinko parlours are forbidden from awarding cash prizes to players.  Players win balls or tokens from the pachinko machines, which they take to a special kiosk in the parlour. Here they can exchange their balls for specific prizes, depending on the amount of balls they have. These prizes can be anything from a pencil or a chocolate bar, to bicycles, to electronics like televisions or computers.  There is usually a grand prize, these popularly take the form of slivers of gold or silver wrapped in plastic or placed in containers.

In conjunction with these gifts that can be traded for balls, special shops have also arisen near Pachinko parlours. These shops will take the prizes won from Pachinko machines and they will trade them for cash to players. This legal loophole essentially means that you can indirectly win cash from Pachinko parlours. This interesting cultural quirk means iPad Pachinko games often have a very interesting and creative prize system related to the gift and cash system in place in traditional Pachinko culture