GGB is committed to providing updated news and analysis on our weekly news site,

Rock Paper Scissors

Aruze Gaming

Rock Paper Scissors

This latest game in Aruze’s Activ-Play series replicates the age-old children’s game Rock Paper Scissors. On the large-format Muso Curve 55 cabinet are buttons to wager Rock, Paper or Scissors. At the center of the screen is an LED representation of a hand that ends up with one of the three gestures of the classic kid’s game—a fist for Rock, an open hand for Paper, or a two-finger sign (like a V for victory) for scissors.

The game carries a $1 denomination, with a maximum bet of $500.

Just like in the kid’s game, Paper covers Rock, Scissors cut Paper, and Rock smashes Scissors. The game progresses through rapid wagers and outcomes. When the player wins, a prize wheel at the center of the 55-inch screen spins to a credit award or one of two progressive jackpots, the Ruby resetting at $250 or the Diamond resetting at $5,000. If the player picks the same outcome as the computer, it is a tie, and the game repeats for free.

There are five levels to the prize wheel, the range of credit prizes rising with each level. Each time the outcome is a tie, the prize wheel level rises by one for the following game, until reaching level 5. Top credit prizes range from $50 at wheel level 1 to $150 at level 5.

Manufacturer: Aruze Gaming
Platform: Muso Curve 55
Format: Video picking game
Max Bet: 500
Denomination: 1.00
Top Award: Progressive; $5,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 33.3%
Theoretical Hold: 3.62%-11.62%

    Recent Feature Articles

  • Always Bet on Engagement

    Social media strategies for gaming in 2023 and beyond

  • Free Play Rules

    Free play has been a primary player reward for casinos, but does it make sense?

  • Old Scams, New Twists

    Can casino operators stay one step ahead of cheaters who use technology to become successful?

  • Shiny New Objects

    Why are electronic table games the hottest target for cheats?

  • Gun Crazy

    With liberalized gun laws, casinos need to be more diligent in detecting weapons.