When designing a slot game, your business must consider its target audience, budget, and potential hazards. Market research can help you gauge player interest and determine what features are most important to your target audience. You can conduct market research through surveys or focus groups. You can also use a cost/benefit analysis to make sure that your slot game is profitable and will attract players.
Before launching your slot game, you must ensure that it is legal and safe to play. This will require a thorough risk assessment and a feasibility study. It is also recommended that you test the slot on a live site to identify any technical issues. In addition, you must also prepare a prototype or minimum viable product to showcase the design and functionality of your slot game.
Once your slot is launched, you must keep updating it to improve gameplay and keep your customers interested. These updates can include new reels, paylines, and bonus prizes. Moreover, you can even add a storyline to your slot to increase player engagement.
In this study, we developed two measures of reward reactivity in slot players by examining their responses to wins and losses on commercially available slot machines. Unlike other psychophysiological measures that require cumbersome electrodes and wires, our measurement techniques were unobtrusive and non-invasive. We found that both the PRP and the force measure of reward reactivity were positively correlated with positive affect ratings, but were not significantly correlated with either PGSI or depression scores.