It is a well-known Plinko game in Easter-themed wrap. In this casual game, a ball is dropped down a vertical board and falls into one of several cells with winnings values. A player can choose the number of lines – from 8 to 16.
Never heard of the game name Plinko? That’s fine, we’ll enlighten you with great pleasure. Let’s go back to the time of far eightieth when both young and old viewers screamed at their television at the TV show contestants. It was “The Price is Right” show, and everyone loved it.
The show's executive producer, Frank Wayne, developed the game Plinko and premiered it in 1983. But what does the word “Plinko” means, you might ask? The answer is as simple as the game itself. The name “Plinko” comes from the sound “plink, plink, plink” the ball makes as it bounces down the board and drops into one of the cells.
There are two available game modes: Manual and Auto.
In Manual mode, players drop balls individually, while in Auto mode, they just watch the gameplay.
Players can choose the number of lines from 8 to 16.
Plinko has a board that records game results to help players develop a winning strategy.
Players can adjust the cell values by selecting from three available risk levels: high, normal and low.
Players press the “play” button and watch the balls fall from the top of the pyramid, randomly hitting the bottom cells of various values that increase from the center to the edges. The corresponding amount from the cells will be credited to the player's balance.