How to Play Pearl Fishery

How to Play Pearl Fishery

 

Pearl Fishery contains 2 types of pearls: small white pearls and big orange pearls. Like with other pushers, as the game is credited players choose when to release their pearls, which fall down a pegboard and onto the pusher deck. Players time the release to make the pearls pass through different chutes, which increase the Pearl Party Time or Ticket Party Time Meters or release a Big Pearl onto the playfield.

 

 

Every time a small pearl falls off the edge tickets are awarded, but when a Big Pearl falls off the edge, it rolls into a special mini-bonus game where it falls through a colored hole, resulting in a set number of tickets being awarded. This also increases the color meter, allowing the player to win a bigger ticket value the next time a Big Pearl drops through that colored hole.

 

 

But the most exciting aspect of Pearl Fishery is Party Time.  The Party Time chutes at the bottom of the peg board will increase the Ticket Party Time or Pearl Party Time Meters, and when the Party Time Meter is full, the player enters Party Time which gives players extra tickets or pearls every time they pass pearls through the chutes.  Savvy players credit up the game and spam the playfield with pearls, earning them tons of tickets in the process, and if a Big Pearl passes through the red hole in the mini-game during Party Time, they’ll win the Super Bonus Jackpot!  Pearl Fishery also has a special display showing the player how many tickets they’re owed, keeping the excitement flowing.