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Posted: 25 Nov 2006 19:16
by Payazzo

I made a small flash-game with my friends. It is a simulation about the 40-year old RAY knipsekasse. We hope you'll like it!

"Pelaa peliƤ selaimessa" = Play the game in your browser.
"Lataa peli (Win 2,3 Mt)" = Download the game to your computer. (Win/Mac)

Posted: 25 Nov 2006 19:28
by Payazzo
Oh. I forgot to mention that you play the game with your keyboard. The arrow left button. Hold down more and the coin will fly further. The red/green light show when you can flick another coin. (I know it is sad, there's only two coins in the game same time.)

<b>Turnauspeli=Tournament Play.</b>
You will have 40 coins to flick. No power meter in use.

<b>Voittopeli=Win Play.</b>
You will have 10 coins and you will have possibility to end the game and leave (green text button) when you'll got new record. Or you can risk the win money and play more.

Try to keep the presentage over 100%. Then you are winning. Under 100% you are losing.

Posted: 27 Nov 2006 20:18
by VG
Heeey, its great!:D

Posted: 27 Nov 2006 21:23
by mads_m
Fantastic stuff! :D

Posted: 28 Nov 2006 00:00
by are
Very entertaining! Great work!

Posted: 28 Nov 2006 00:04
by twarr
I'm addicted allready :D

93% payout after 1800 coins.

Posted: 28 Nov 2006 00:38
by Pondus
This was fun... Really enjoyed it

Could you make one version in English to?

Posted: 28 Nov 2006 09:26
by mads_m
A version in English with Norwegian kroner, and with a size which can be used in the Sony Playstation Portable's Flash player? :D

Posted: 29 Nov 2006 15:44
by Payazzo
Norwegian krone is silver right? The coin is no problem and english neither (not much work to change, just couple of gfx-files) but the PSP 480x272 resolution is. We could crop it little bit, theres no need to show coin piles, but the game "cabinet" doesn't fit in that resolution in width. I'm very sorry! :(

Im not familiar about PSP flash player. Could you tell more about it?

(...and Pondus, I noticed that your website works only in Internet Explorer. I thought that it is broken or something. I will add it to my links page again. Sorry!)

Posted: 29 Nov 2006 16:53
by mads_m
I don't know much about the PSP Flash player either, other than it's supposedly made by Macromedia. Support for it was introduced in the 2.7 firmware for PSP, and it must be enabled in the setup menus.
Flash files can be accessed from the PSP's web browser.

I'm intrigued about the possibility of a more Norwegian version. :) The Norwegian kroner coins were silver, and the scoring was also a bit different than the Finnish. (Anyone with a Norwegian RAY should be able to say more about the prizes/awards for hitting the various "slots")

Posted: 29 Nov 2006 17:21
by are
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This is the first layout of awards that was around.

( R 2:00 3:00 3:00 7:00 3:00 3:00 2:00 R )

Later came
( BONUS 2:00 3:00 2:00 10:00 2:00 3:00 2:00 BONUS )

( BONUS 0-20 3:00 2:00 10:00 2:00 3:00 2:00 BONUS )

Posted: 29 Nov 2006 20:19
by mads_m
My vote goes to the first one. :)

Posted: 24 Feb 2007 21:34
by Payazzo

We got our second game finished. It is Big Strike Bowling allwin game from 60's and 70's. Made in Germany and with bowling theme. It was very popular game in finnish pubs and cafes. They weren't operated by RAY and the prices were usually cigarettes from bartender ect because the gambling law.

In the main menu you can choose from three difficulty settings. Easy, normal and hard (number of balls in play). There are many different prices and they are popular cigarette, soft drinks and candy from the past. How many can you find?

Posted: 25 Feb 2007 17:43
by VG
Hey, great work again!!:D

Posted: 02 May 2007 23:17
by Payazzo
...and again. New game from us:

It is a slot game from 70's. Made in Britain and operated by RAY in Finland. After that RAY started to produce their own slot games.

Posted: 02 Dec 2007 16:37
by Payazzo
New game from us. Sorry, it is only in Finnish, but you will get the idea because it is ordinary video poker game and the buttons will flash when they can be pressed.

It is RAY Poker M86 and you may have seen these somewhere. On ferries most likely. The real one looks like this:


Posted: 28 Aug 2009 17:21
by Payazzo
Sorry for posting such a old thread but we have published couple of new games. Tooty Fruity which is old English coin drop machine from 1967 made by Crompton's and Noppa which is Finnish dice video game from RAY 1991.


In Tooty Fruity you just drop coins and try to get four in a row. (you can use keyboard too - press the help button)


In Nostalgianoppa you start the game by pressing enter key. Then choose bet with blue button (Panos=Bet) and throw dices with green (Jako=Deal).

If you got something you can double the win (Tuplaus=Doubling) or collect the win by Yellow button (Voitonmaksu=Payout). In doubling you have to guess if the result with two dices is low (2-6) or high (8-12). With seven you lose.

Have fun!

Re: Knipsekasse -flash game.

Posted: 28 Aug 2010 12:18
by Payazzo
Hello again.

Sorry to bring up an old thread but we have made a new game. It is called Nostalgiapotti and it simulates old Finnish RAY slot machine called Potti from 1986.


RAY Potti -YouTube

Some of you may find it familiar because the game was in Norway called Lotti. And it was in operation mid 80's to late 80's (I think...). If you have any information about this Lotti game please write to me or this tread.


Re: Knipsekasse -flash game.

Posted: 28 Aug 2010 18:20
by Pondus
I have made a video of the norwegean version ESS100 and put it on youtube:

Re: Knipsekasse -flash game.

Posted: 29 Aug 2010 13:41
by Payazzo
Yes. Same hardware, different game! :)

ESS100 is a bit newer machine than Lotti. Lotti is from 80's and ESS100 is 1993 I suppose.

Did they change Norwegian Lotti machines to ESS100 or are they complete new set of machines? In Finland RAY updated games by changing front glass, button panel and software. The cabinet and hardware were mostly same in every game.