If you've ever been to Japan or watch movies or anime with some gambling on it, then you've probably seen one of the Pachinko machines they have in many of their arcade gaming shops. This game is an original one from the prestigious country of Japan and it's often viewed by people as a simple arcade game to past time in a recreational way, however, more people see it as way of gambling that's somewhat identical to slot games from the Western side of the globe.
Though it's originally created from Japan, there are already other countries who have already incorporated Pachinko in some of their arcade gaming shops. But in Japan, they have places especially tailored and filled with this mechanical machines that will simply give your blood the boil of excitement you may be looking for. These places filled with these machines are called the Pachinko parlors and there's particularly a large number of it that can be found all across the country.
These machines mirrors the pinball machines' visual characteristics from the small balls down to the pins, but with a little bit of difference in terms of the number of pins and other parts. The goal of this game is for you to collect as much ball as possible. When you release a single ball, it will then visit the abundant, clusters of pins and each pins on the machines designate certain effects where some may release a horde of balls into play. The more balls you have, the more grandiose the prize you can exchange it for. Since the goal of the game is not to prevent the ball from falling down the drain, there are no flippers for it.
Also, it may not look like it, but this game has already garnered quite the reputation for it to be considered one of the most eminent gambling games in Japan. Though waging to get some cash is illegal in the country, people still find ways to earn from this game. There are also video type versions of this game just like the renowned video slot games.