Casino Optimization (internal)



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  • Optimize casino reels
  • Optimize casino draw calls
  • Optimize buttons (use the new & improved Arcade system)
  • Optimize handle animation
  • Optimize networking events
  • Internal clean up (part 1)
  • Internal clean up (part 2)
  • Show spin to win odds on wall
kat being a not smart person

This is interesting and very unexpected.

Begs the question though, would triple diamonds and GQ get this treatment?

edit: I am silly. Wrong wheel :slight_smile: Still unexpected. And cool.


Here’s hoping.

Spin to Win, not Wheel of Money. Spin to Win is the items wheel.


Oh, didn’t notice he left WoM off there. Don’t know about him but I legitimately was talking about StW. Im hoping that maybe since they’re giving us the StW odds, that maybe we’ll finally get the odds for everything else. I mean, even EA gives the odds for their loot boxes. I refuse to let EA be a more transparent company than Pixeltail. I mean, sure, EA was forced, by law, to do it, but still. The odds are still there.

Don’t you have to pay real money for EA loot boxes? I don’t think it’s fair to compare Pixeltail to EA based on that lol.


Nah, I mixed up my wheels. It’d be pretty neat to see all of the slot machines get odds, but as far as I’m aware the legality of hiding the odds is only in question when the boxes require real money to open? Not a lawyer though.

Seeing the WoM jackpot odds being ~.0001% of spins would be fun though.

Yes, you do pay real money but that has nothing to do with my point. EA discloses their odds, while Pixeltail doesn’t. In fact, since you don’t use real money for the casino, it should matter way less than it does for loot boxes, since nothing is truly at stake anyway. EA, at least, had an ok reason for not wanting to disclose their odds. Pixeltail, on the other hand, really has no good reason for not disclosing the odds.



Legit question. How would disclosing the odds affect that? From what I’ve seen on here, it seems to already be a problem anyway.

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  • "Internal clean up (part 1)" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.

Dunno if this is the right place to bring this up but I’m wondering if it’s worth redesigning the casino altogether. Was a little disappointed casino remained untouched with lobby 3 because it’s still has issues that linger from lobby 2.

-That weird corner piece next to the entrance is there because it used to clip into the old nightclub building. Because of this the doors are awkwardly shifted from the carpet and are uneven.
-The doors and counter on the opposite end serve no use.
-Poker and Spin-to-Win are fairly hidden being shoved into side rooms, they get less activity because of this.
-Speaking of hidden, the high stakes room. How are people expected to find that room if they dont know it’s a thing.

I don’t have anything specific, but they’re aware of some issues with the casino, and at the very least have some ideas to add more machines, and generally polish things. Hopefully a lot of those issues will be addressed with this optimization.

But this is just an internal thing. It’s not going to add any more machines or change the layout.

Yeah, no new features, though perhaps stuff with weird map geometry could be fixed if we’re lucky.

I feel like there are so many casino patches on the Trello, I can’t keep track of them.

I imagine the interior of casino will be redesigned at some point. There are still blank spots in the room where tables would be and an empty receptionist desk towards the back.

  • "Internal clean up (part 2)" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.
  • "Optimize casino reels" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.
  • "Optimize networking events" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.
  • "Optimize buttons (use the new & improved Arcade system)" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.
  • "Optimize handle animation" has been checked off on the "Optimizations" checklist.