Before the Pinball Hall of Fame is launched on the market, first the Next Generation Pachinko Machine makes its debut in mobile game! Having perfectly transplanted the developing version by Pachinko Store, the Machine presents brand new interfaces, types of game play, ways of score keeping and special effects! The Machine leads the trend with its light and dynamic sound effects, truly unique and incomparable!
Exquisite pictures are displayed in a unique manner, with various marine fishes. Here fishes also form a unique game style: when the player enters “upright” status, a “whale” / “shark” / “Dolphin” appears to remind the grade of prize, prize effects are colorful with endless free pinballs and the automatic mode convenient to the player, whenever or wherever you are, you can open your game machine and start an undersea travel.
Created by the professional studio, the games’ sound effects are music to your ears.
Characteristic scenes and music keep your eyes and ears busy all the time.
!! Japan Pachinko History !!
The pinball-like game of Pachinko is extremely popular in Japan and can be found in many American casinos. The term Pachinko is derived from the Japanese word pachi-pachi, meaning the clicking of small objects or the crackling of fire.
While the origins of pachinko are unknown, it most likely descended from the "Coringth Game" which originated in Chicago, USA. The game appeared in Japan in the early 1920's, and the first Pachinko hall was opened in the Osaka Prefecture.
Takeichi Masamura is known as the founder of today's pachinko for he developed the "Masamura Gauge", an arrangement of nails that became the basis for most of today's pachinko machines. In the 1980's pachinko machines became computerized and now have sounds and graphics that make the game more exciting.