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11.16.08

New Japanese Slot: For the Public Good?

Posted in New Games, Gambling News, Slots at 9:39 pm by Mike

Slots game Japanese style!Online Slots Feature Japan’s Most Wanted.

Can you hear that? It’s the sound of online slots leading to the arrests of Japanese criminals?
The Japanese software developer Famista, Inc. has recently announced their intent to release an online slot that replaces cherries and money signs with the mug shots of Japan’s most wanted criminals.

Famista has stated that, at least initially, the online slot will be free so as to maximize the visibility of the criminal’s faces to the public. If someone hits a jackpot, lucky them, they will win additional information on the suspect whose mug got them the win.

Apparently Famista missed the more obvious and probably popular prizing solution which would to be to award the winner with that criminal as a personal servant for life should they be able to assist in their capture.

Just imagine, the spinning faces slow and begin to fall into place and yes, you got a match! Three Haruko Tanaka’s! Assist in his capture and this infamous drug czar will serve you biscuits and tea until the day you die!

Famista representative, Takashi Saito, said in a statement that, “There are many Internet sites that display photos of those on the wanted list, but they are not necessarily visited frequently. By mixing it with entertainment, we thought we can make some contribution to the police efforts.”

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