Aruze Gaming has built a legacy of innovation with its captivating suite of Activ-Play™ slots and exceptional ETGs. However, Aruze does not stop innovating even when products are casino mainstays.
Shoot to Win Craps™ Lucky Roll, Aruze’s player-initiated CRAPS game, has been updated for legacy gamblers and new casino players alike. On the new, upgraded AP-X platform, there is a “HELP” menu, initiating those interested in and yet intimidated by Craps to the iconic casino classic. Players are immersed in the game with a live camera feed and a huge, red shooter button, beckoning players to launch the larger-than-life dice on display dead-center. Players have the chance at side-games — including a jackpot that comes after a hot shooter’s streak.
Players are immersed in the game with a live camera feed and a huge, red shooter button, beckoning players to launch the larger-than-life dice on display dead-center.
Operators can tailor the gameplay to their players’ needs with custom settings including odds, commission, simultaneous bets, jackpot features, don’t bet areas and side games. For configurability, a new function for setting specific min/max bets on a scheduled manner is now a standard feature on this upgrade of Shoot To Win Craps™. For operators, the lights, sounds and graphics can be customized to fit the theming of its home-casino, making it a seamless integration into existing floor plans without sacrificing the enticing call-to-play style of the game.
In addition to its operational updates, Shoot to Win Craps™ Lucky Roll received several visual upgrades, making it larger than life — calling people into see the giant dice determine even bigger wins. The lights, sounds and action make this game an immersive experience through interactive play and spectacular new optics. With a new overhead display wrapped in bright LED lights, the modern upgrade harkens back to casinos of old, beckoning players in with bright lights and loud sounds. Aruze is showing its commitment to innovating the experiences people love by combining them with modern functionality for operators.