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ing a player to grab hold of a simulated fishing rod and feel the action in a fishing bonus event. Thus, Aruze is launching the technology with the game


“Paradise Fishing,”which debuts at G2E. Reel Feel Gaming Technology is designed to integrate


directly into the multimedia and networked Paradise Fishing package games to add a sense of feeling to the gaming experi- ence. The company created an interface that allows players to feel the catch of a fish and the sensation of bringing it in for bonus credits. “Aruze Gaming believes players demand a more entertain-


ing gaming experience for their time and spend on the casino floor,” says Steve Walther, vice president of marketing for Aruze Gaming America. “With Reel Feel Gaming Technology, Aruze has taken the gaming experience into a new dimension by placing the suspense and thrill of the games into the palms of the players’ hands.” Reel Feel Gaming Technology is activated to heighten the


Reel Feel Technology Aruze Gaming America Booth 1756


Aruze Gaming America is launching a new sensory experience for slot machines with Reel Feel Gaming Technology. According to the company, the technology is a touch-screen feature that simulates sensations such as allow-


excitement of the gaming experience.“Until this point, game design has been limited to sounds, lights and graphics with an occasional vibration coming through the chair from the sound package,” says Walther. “The original sense of touch in the game comes from either pulling the one-armed bandit, or pressing the various buttons on the panel.Reel Feel Technology


goes well beyond that to bring a new dimension to touch by integrating it directly into the game design.” According to Walther, Reel Feel allows the players to feel


the bite, and the shake of the rod lets them know the fish has been caught. The use of the Reel Feel Fishing Rod is fully integrated into the bonus games to allow players a more realistic and more entertaining fishing experience.


iDeck Bally Technologies Booth 1230


Bally’s iDeck re-imagines the traditional button deck. Through groundbreaking touch-screen technology, iDeck turns the point of physical con- tact between the player and the device into an inter- active channel all its own—creating an immersive play experience the company says is unlike any- thing else. According to Bally, the versatility and cus-


tomization potential of iDeck is “limitless.” When new game content is installed or downloaded, iDeck instantly changes the button, line and credit config- uration to match—meaning gaming operators will never need to change a button deck on a slot. iDeck redefines player-game interaction,


increasing the degree of immersion. Through the touch-screen, players control the speed and direc- tion of bonus wheels, virtual buttons and unique bonus events using gesture-control technology not possible on traditional decks. “As player immersion increases, iDeck blurs the line between


casino games and the most advanced video gaming consoles,” says a Bally spokesman. “With both hands, and multiple touch points, players explore new dimensions in skill-like bonus games, mini


games, and virtual shooting galleries. And players can personalize button layouts and visual themes, choosing text size, colors, and right- or left-handed configurations.” The iDeck system employs proprietary “Gorilla Glass,” which


eliminates potential damage from liquid spills and vandalism. The iDeck is available for all Bally Pro Series cabinets, supporting hundreds of current Bally game titles.


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