Forget about Child's Play...It's Time to Press Your Luck!

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Press Your Luck premiered on CBS on TV on September 19, 1983 at 10:30am it was a huge ratings success and now its available online where the ambitions of for the formats fortunes are even higher. A buzzing lucky spin can net online contestants on up to £250,000.00. will use this recognised TV format to raise its online audience share further.

On the Press your Luck TV show any contestant busting the $25,000 mark could keep winnings over $25,000. Michael Larsen played in this period, and was allowed to keep $85,000 or so in excess of the $25,000 limit that he won. In the online version of the game offer far more than the TV show had up for grabs with up to a £250,000.00 jackpot. is a popular online games site. This new game show format complements it's existing stable of options already transferred from TV and board games - The Price is Right, The Wheel of Fortune and Monopoly.

Players can play Press Your Luck right now and enjoy fortune-filled bonus features. Slam the right button at the right time for an instant award in the Slam Stop Bonus. In the Big Board Bonus, you can choose to risk your winnings for even more insane awards. Just don't hit that mad imp, the Whammy!

What's the Whammy? It's a little red devilish creature he winks, had has an evil smile, he uses a yellow cape, and brandishes a "£" on his front, a la Superman. For the web site some of the 50 whammies developed throughout the years on TV show have been given life once more, whenever they are hit by a player on the bonus board, a computer animation appears in front of the unfortunate online contestant, mocking them in several ways and it means they lose.

Press Your Luck was the definitive game show of the 1980's. It lasted 3 years and was hosted by Peter Tomarken who was a perfect fit for the game. Though the show didn't get swept up in the game show revival of 2000, has brought it online where it will compete with and outperform online versions of The Weakest Link and Millionaire.

The format was a TV show truly ahead of its time, it appeals to the I want action now now now attitude of the TV viewing public and this fact will ensure it works well for the online audiences around the world which is clearly massive compared to any TV network.

Cashcade Ltd is a UK based private company which operates the leading chance based game site available online uniquely offering exciting, popular, globally recognised branded game formats to its customers on a pay to play basis.

Cashcade Ltd pays out over £15,000,000.00 in prizes to its players every month.


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