Shake the Sky was spun approximately 12 million times a day! That means 500,000 times in an hour! How many spins do you think you contributed at STS last month? Spin your reels now and let February become your richest month at Shake the Sky!
Top-five most-played games: Golden Knight, Golden Peony, Cherry Mischief, Van Gogh and Dragons of Avalon Total spins: 378,563,247 Spins per day: 12,211,718 Total STS money won: 91, 897, 046, 748, 280 Cumulative hours spent playing: 766,072
Congratulations to Michelle T. who was the first to come up with the correct answer of last week’s Slot Trivia. Michelle will receive a High 5 Games water bottle and notebook! So… let’s announce the answer! The world record for the largest slot machine tournament was made by The Pechanga Resort & Casino. The event featured a total of 2,885 players and the top 300 players won $100,000 in cash and Easy Play. Would you like to attend one as well? Let us know by clicking the conversation bubble located at the top right of this blog post!
Shake the Sky Casino was played for 752,279 hours last month. Social players at STS managed to cumulatively play the app for around 24,267 hours per day despite the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. How many hours do you think you contributed to that total?
The five games you see pictured above really have a grip on players at Shake the Sky Casino, because they’ve been the top-five games in some order or another for two months running! What is it about these games that keep you coming back? Let us know in the comments section below. And check out some of the other 30+ games at STS, because we’re sure you’ll love them! Let’s try to get some fresh games in the top five for August.
Today’s post comes from High 5 Blog correspondent Ali.
Here’s a cool fact: Prince Nezha has been in the top-five most-played games at Shake the Sky for the last three months! What is about that game that keeps you coming back? Is it the classic mythological tale the game is based on? Maybe it’s the aquatic artwork and underwater animations? Or could it be that you just really love Super Stacks? Let us know why you’re into Prince Nezha in the comments section below!