Aruze Debuts Its Rock Paper Scissors Instant Win Game On The Last Day Of G2E Las Vegas

Aruze Debuts Its Rock Paper Scissors Instant Win Game On The Last Day Of G2E Las Vegas

Gambling entertainment solutions developer Aruze Gaming America announced Thursday the release of Rock Paper Scissors Instant Win for its Muso Curve 55HB cabinet. The product was unveiled on the final day of the G2E Las Vegas event, where it was available for sale.

As described by the company, Rock Paper Scissors Instant Win brings “a school-yard favorite to the casino floor.” Its music and bright lights featured across the Muso Curve’s 55-inch touchscreen display are “sure to pull in passersby.”

With each play leading to a chance at an even bigger prize, gamers and gamblers are “sure to come back for the thrill time and time again,” Aruze wrote. The new Activ-Play addition transforms the classic tie-breaker hand game into an “up-leveled, wheel-of-fun exciting chance to win big.”

With each win, players receive a rotating prize. “Gamers don’t have to worry about ties here — in the event of a tie, players are rewarded with a rematch at no extra cost. Even better, the prize values go up each time they tie, up to five times,” the company noted.

Lesley Hodges, Senior Director of Marketing for Aruze, explained: “Games like Rock Paper Scissors are what make our dreams at Aruze a reality – truly taking traditional games a step further in innovation.”

“Who would have thought that a game as simple as rock, paper, scissors could be turned into a high-energy, rewarding game that people want to play over and over again? It’s the perfect addition to our suite of Activ-Play games,” she added.

The company also released its slot game Bomb Collector for its T-32 cabinet model during the G2E showcase, on the second day of the expo. This new game features ‘bright visuals, charming music, and chances for free games and bet multipliers,’ with Aruze adding that it is ‘sure to be a blast for gamers and gamblers.’

The game is a five-reel, three-row video slot designed for Aruze’s T-32 cabinet, and has 10 bet configurations, from 75 to 750 credits.