DescriptionCan you REALLY win the Lottery in your life time?!
Try your hand at 2 fake lotteries based on real games played in North America. Choose between the "Powfaux Ball", or the "Fake Cash 5".
Play the same numbers every day until -You Win- or -You Die- !
NOTE: Unlike the powerball, Powfaux Ball draws everyday.
Full button control scheme.
Full featured Calendar, that includes Leap Years.
Results given at 7 days at a time at breakneck speeds, with breakdown on how many times you win and how much you win in weekly updates.
Each win, will alert you with a sound effect, depending on the game type.
Slow down results to view the -completely accurate future data-.
If Death is too much of a bummer, you can transcend time and space and play the lottery as an immortal. (and quite a long real world wait in some cases.)InstructionsSelect a mode:
PowFaux Ball is a 5 number lotto (1-69) with a bonus ball pick of (1-29) $2 per play. JACKPOT $22,000,000
Play as a Human aged 18 (about 2 minuets irl) PRESS A
Play as a lazy, self loathing Immortal (4-27 HOURS irl) PRESS B >>PLUG IN 3DS<<
Fake Cash 5 is a 5 number lotto (1-43) $1 per play. JACKPOT $75,000
Play as a Human aged 18 (about 2 minutes irl) PRESS Y
Play as an Immortal, who wants to win (sometime this millennium) (12-146 minuets irl) PRESS X
Select the numbers you would like to play with...
PRESS UP to increase the number by 1
PRESS RIGHT to increase the number by 10
PRESS DOWN to decrease the number by 1
PRESS LEFT to decrease the number by 10
PRESS A when you have selected the desired number.
NOTE: at anytime before the final number is selected, PRESS B to re-select numbers again.
The only controls available to you during play are the two shoulder buttons,
PRESS R to slow down the results from each week.
HOLD L to return to the very fast results speed. (once the speed resumes, you can let go of the shoulder button.)
DEATH will occur if you have selected a GAME MODE as a Human aged 18. This is random based on the average life span with a generous extension for good measure.
Feel free to comment with your best and worse numbers and years spent.