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This rare Sky Warrior slot machine is imported from Japan. With custom reels and a color LCD display that’s hard to come by on a machine, it’ll make a great addition to any gaming room. Will take tokens or new 10p coins.

Pachislo Slot Machine

Pachislo slot machine is an authentic Japanese slot machine used in Japanese casino halls. Pachislos uses tokens instead of coins because gambling is illegal in Japan.

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Unlike most slot machines, each reel has its own stop button, which allows you to control when each reel stops spinning. Because the machine operator has much more control over the game than traditional slots, Pachislo players can develop a certain level of skill rather than relying solely on luck.

When you place an order with us, we’ll take the machine out of storage and bring it to our workshop, where our technicians will thoroughly clean and check all components to ensure they’re in working order, as well as carry out any necessary repairs. .

Given the age of these units and the fact that they were originally used in a commercial environment, it is possible that they may show signs of cosmetic wear. However, we feel that these minor imperfections only add to the patina of this classic machine and help tell the story of its past life. YOU MAY NOT PURCHASE

This rare Aztec slot machine is imported from Japan. With custom reels and a color LCD display that’s hard to come by on a machine, it’ll make a great addition to any gaming room. Will take tokens or new 10p coins.

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Pachislo slot machine is an authentic Japanese slot machine used in Japanese casino halls. Pachislos uses tokens instead of coins because gambling is illegal in Japan.

Unlike most slot machines, each reel has its own stop button, which allows you to control when each reel stops spinning. Because the machine operator has much more control over the game than traditional slots, Pachislo players can develop a certain level of skill rather than relying solely on luck.

When you place an order with us, we’ll take the machine out of storage and bring it to our workshop, where our technicians will thoroughly clean and check all components to ensure they’re in working order, as well as carry out any necessary repairs. .

Given the age of these units and the fact that they were originally used in a commercial environment, it is possible that they may show signs of cosmetic wear. However, we believe that these minor imperfections only add to the patina of this classic machine and help tell the story of its past life. My brother in law grabbed it for me on a whim. Do these things have any value? Or should I just let the kids grow out of it? They seem to enjoy playing so far. I’ll get some pictures tonight. I don’t even know what it’s called because most of the text is in Chinese.

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Little or no value. I had 2 that I paid $50 for and someone gave me the other one. In working order, about $200 is normal. They are quite fun. It makes me laugh in retrospect. It was late at night.

Yes, he paid $40 for it. The machine itself seems pretty legit, it *sounds* like a casino slot. I am satisfied with it.

Depends on the topic. For example, a metal splash or other gaming themed pachislo will have much more value to people in the state than a generic machine. That said, I think $300 would be the top end value for any of them.

Phetishboy said: Not even sure what it’s called because most of the text is in Chinese. Click to expand…

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It looks pretty nice to have something different in the game room. I bet that makes for some game.

Tighe said: Hate that guy, but he’s Japanese. Honestly, they have almost no value. Click to expand…

I just guessed it was Chinese because it was made in China. I really don’t think what the language is, all I know is that I can’t read.

Braido said: It looks pretty cool, nice to have something different in the game room. I bet that makes for some game. Click to expand…

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Phetishboy said: I just guessed it was Chinese because it was made in China. I really don’t think what the language is, all I know is that I can’t read. Click to expand…

As for value, they have considerable value depending on the game, mfg and condition, mainly if they are original or not. Some of the pachislo machines I’ve dealt with cost $600-$1000. Yes, many in the states are well under $100 because most people don’t know how to fix them (or even set them up due to label translation) or where to get the parts and assume they’re cheap Japanese machines and throw them away . .

The other problem with pachislo machines is that people don’t have pachislo tokens for the machines, and it’s actually illegal in the US to convert them to use quarters, but many people do. Some machines are easier to convert than others (2 screw adjustment). These are not classified as “Arcade” units, such as pinball arcade games, they are classified as “Gambling” units.

The unit you have is from 2001 and the Pioneer units are not as good value as they are cheaper quality compared to Universal, Fugi, IGT etc.

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Pachislo machines are quite attractive to the “non-arcade” crowd. I’ve had about 10 of these come and go through the years (still have my Metal Slug and Bubble Bobble) and all the ones I sold went to people who just wanted a little casino accent in their lounge. I don’t think I’ve ever sold it to anyone as a hobby. Oh WAIT – look what followed me home today from my local Goodwill when I spotted it yesterday afternoon but turned down the price even after the nice checkout lady let it go. I stepped behind her counter to look at it a little closer. Then I couldn’t get it out of my mind, so I went back there for the first time this morning to take another look… during which time (store manager?) Bruce was *always* so helpful after all, beyond pulling it out. behind the counter so I could plug it in to see what would happen – even more so considering (and accepting) my slightly lower price “offer” after I’d done it. BUT WAIT – there’s more – by the time it hit my credit card at checkout, Bruce did me EVEN BETTER…turns out the car apparently had the correct “color coded” price tag on it, so even though he technically called the full price, I brought it home for HALF PRICE instead??!!!

I have JUST gone through the process of finding out what it really IS, not just a Japanese built (I think) machine that is probably not too old, maybe for some commercial service, but now apparently (according to the labels inside) ‘rebuilt’ (by a company in Rochester, New York) for home use. I’ve also only just started *playing with it* to determine if it actually *works* – right now I can safely say that it turns on and off like it *wants* to work, although I haven’t figured out how to get it to work yet. to keep its wheels turning… it could (please?!) just be a matter of the “reset” process that I haven’t found yet.

Training continues?!! 🙂 This is the so-called “PACHISLO” machine. Apparently they are quite popular and commonly found in arcades in Japanese cities (along with ‘PACHINKO’ vertical pinball machines) and differ from more typical ‘slot machines’ in that their reels are individually stopped after a spin by the player (using 3 large buttons directly below them lights up in 2 different colors during playback), not automatically by the machine itself. THIS distinction qualifies them (legally, anyway?) as a “game of skill” and a “game of luck”.

This particular model was produced in 2002 and has a ‘dance party/rave’ theme. It seems (thankfully!) to be quite a US-friendly design (for some reason?) as its main functions / etc are labeled in English (also lots and lots of Japanese) and its “voice” also speaks English. Yes, in addition to a *wide* range of sound effects, it also plays music and “talks” when in use. The small red display panel just to the right of it

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