The spinner that comes up after you lose a turn does not appear to be random at all.
There are 7 "prizes" with one of them (life) showing up twice.
So if it was random, each prize would be awarded about 14% of the time, with the "life" being awarded 28% of the time.
I have tracked the outcome of every spin now for 2,129 spins.
After 1,000 spins, the breakdown was:
25 Coins: 19.5%. 50 Coins: 14.7 (very close to expected outcome). 500 Coins: 6.9% (not even close. 1 Gem: 12.6% (close). 3 Gems: 9.7%. Life: 36.7%! (This should be 28%)
Granted, this could be variance of randomness
But after 2,000 spins, the outcome breakdown was very similar:
25 Coins: 18.8%. 50 Coins: 14.7% (exact same). 500 Coins: 8.2% (better, but still not close). 1 Gem: 13.3%. 3 Gems: 10.8% (better). Life: 34%
So I will keep tracking, but it seems abundantly clear to me anyway that the "better" awards are much less likely to be selected than the lesser awards.
More power to you if you can pull this off, etermax. It's just hard to trust you. For sure I would not trust you to pay $9.99 for a "mega prize".
And...some better prizes for long-time players would be a nice touch. What do they do with gems after they fill their cards? What do they do with an extra life when they already have thousands? What do they do with 25 coins? Or even on the about 10% of the time they get 500 coins?
You can do better...
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