Gamblit Gaming, which this year released the first multi-player skill-based gaming machines on the Las Vegas Strip with its Model G table, last month unveiled a new lineup of six single-player skill-based games. The games, housed on Gamblit’s new TriStation three-game pods, were launched at Planet Hollywood.
The TriStation is the latest game to receive an accelerated approval process under Nevada’s New Innovation Beta Process, adopted last year by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The six new games are:
- “Into the Dead,” a zombie shooter game that was originally a smartphone game with 72 million downloads;
- “Catapult King,” also first a smartphone game, in which players use a catapult to topple knights and castles;
- “Lucky Words,” in which players must quickly put together letters to form words;
- “Match 3volution,” in which players create creatures and match them;
- “Smoothie Blast,” in which players swipe fruit to make smoothies; and,
- “Slice of Cake,” in which players slice ingredients to bake a cake.
Minimum bets range from 50 cents on most of the games—there are $1 or $2 minimums on “Into the Dead”—to $10, with top payouts as high as 300-to-1 on the max bet.