Coin Pusher Casino Preview (Steam Early Access)

For this Coin Pusher Casino preview, we play a game that brings the excitement of classic coin pusher machines to your computer. With realistic physics and colorful graphics, you’ll feel like you’re playing the real thing.

Coin Pusher Casino Preview Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • 510.05MB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Full controller support.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, screenmode, and graphics quality preset.
  • Coin pushing gameplay.
  • Two modes initially available – classic and Zen but there is a third (beta) release of an arcade mode.
  • Six views to switch between.
  • Two shops – perks, and coins.
  • Three difficulties to unlock – funfair, coiner, and casino.
  • Every game you play has you getting X amount of coins, X amount of game time and collect bonus time. It all depends on level and difficulty.
  • Earn credits at the end of a game to use in the shops and buy playtime.
  • Can play with a mouse and keyboard.
  • Big bright machines to play on.
  • Strong physics at play.
  • You can cash out whenever you want.
  • Full control on which lane to use.
  • Machines are different not just from how many levels/waterfalls are in it but also how the coins drop in.
  • Simple controls.
  • Perks in the shop are things like faster dropping of the coin, autoplay, rare power-ups showing up etc.
  • Very addictive.
  • Autoplay will have X amount of coins dropping periodically.
  • Special items can appear in a game and these do things like multipliers or magnets, you can earn them by dropping them and then you can keep them for future use or sell them for credits.
  • Zen mode is you get X amount of coins but no time limit.
  • The Zen and normal modes have seperate progress.
  • You can play the game and do everything with just a mouse.

Coin Pusher Casino Preview Cons:

  • The controller is not ideal as it offers less control and doesn’t let you select all items on the Hud.
  • No tutorials on terms of how all the credits, unlocks etc work.
  • A lot of the time it’s just a case of clicking the mouse/controller a load of times and waiting and seeing, it doesn’t offer a huge amount of strategy.
  • Credits take ages to learn so getting perks and coins takes a really long time.
  • Slight performance hitches at time.
  • The music is not great.
  • Cannot rebind controls or even bring up a controls list.

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Coin Pusher Casino:

Official website.

Developer: TreeNuts Games

Publisher: TreeNuts Games

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Steam Early Access

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!