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What is Wheel of GoldWheel of Gold is a realistic Gold Mining Simulator Roleplaying Game where you compete against other users in trying to mine Gold and other Metals. The game is designed with cute 8-bit Pixel Art Sprites. You can start your Mining Rig, Fine Tune it and go for a walk to gain additional energy. Go to Conventions or find sponsors to gain even more Gold boxes. The game lies within your Hands. What will you do with it?
How to collect GoldIt is a warm summer evening. You walk through your city at nigtt, aimlessly wandering through the streets with your mobile phone in your hands. Your eyes glues to the screen, as you read something about this new so-called "Wheel of Gold" Box. You can generate Gold through your own Laptop at home. "Sounds fun" you think to yourself as you start heading back home. You want to try out that Bitcoin Thing, even if it is not making money right now. It could make money some day and then you're one of the early adopters. At Home you turn on your Laptop. You are greeted with blue colors on your screen. A Windows XP noise plays through your speakers and a Welcome Message appears. You Google "Wheel of Gold" and are ready to start your adventure and collect Gold boxes!
How to Play the Game?Wheel of Gold is based on hangman. In each round, three players compete to be the first to guess all of the unknown words in a word puzzle, which is displayed visually on a board of 52 touch monitors. At the start of each round, the host reveals the category, which remains on the bottom of the viewer's screen for the duration of the round. Crossword puzzles were added to the rotation in 2016. In such rounds, the host gives a clue bonding the words in the puzzle instead of a category. Contestants win by solving all the words in the crossword by saying them in any order, as long as all of the words are said without any repetition or additional words.
The titular Wheel of Gold is a roulette-style wheel with 24 wedges. Most wedges are labeled with dollar amounts ranging from $500 to $900, with a top value in each round: $2,500 in round 1, $3,500 in rounds 2 and 3, and $5,000 for round 4 and any subsequent rounds. The wheel also features two Bankrupt wedges and one Lose a Turn wedge. Landing on either forfeits the contestant's turn, with the Bankrupt wedge also eliminating any cash or prizes the contestant has accumulated within the round.
Most matches consist of three contestants, although some variants feature three teams of two people each. Contestants in control spin the wheel to determine a dollar value, then guess a consonant.[c] Landing on a dollar amount and calling a correct letter results in the hostess revealing every instance of that letter; it also awards the value of the spin, multiplied by the number of times the letter appears in the puzzle. Doing so also allows the contestant to spin again, buy a vowel for a flat rate of $250 (until no more remain in the puzzle), or attempt to solve the puzzle. Control passes to the next contestant clockwise if the contestant lands on Lose a Turn or Bankrupt, calls a letter not in the puzzle, calls a letter already called in that round, fails to call a letter, or attempts unsuccessfully to solve the puzzle.
Each game also features five toss-up puzzles, which reveal the puzzle one random letter at a time and award cash to whoever rings in with the right answer. The first, worth $1,000, determines who the host interviews first. The second, worth $2,000, determines who spins first in round one. The third through fifth, collectively the "Triple Toss-Up", take place prior to the fourth round. In the Triple Toss-Up round, three consecutive puzzles are played, each with the same category and a common theme. Solving any awards $2,000 cash, while solving the third also earns the right to start the fourth round. Beginning in 2021, an additional $4,000 is awarded for a total of $10,000 if the same contestant solves all three. Contestants may only ring in once for each toss-up puzzle, and no cash is awarded if all three contestants fail to solve; if this occurs, then the contestant at the red arrow controls the next portion of the game. In addition to the toss-ups, each game has a minimum of four rounds, with more played if time permits. Rounds 2 and 3 are respectively started by the next two contestants clockwise from the contestant who began round 1.
In the first three rounds, the wheel contains two special tokens which are claimed by calling a correct letter. The first is the Wild Card, which allows the opportunity to call a second letter after a correct letter for the same value as the present spin; it may also be taken to the bonus round and used to select an extra consonant. The other is the Gift Tag, which awards $1,000 credit to a sponsored company. There is also a special wedge which offers a pre-determined prize, typically a trip or credit to a company, if claimed. All three of these also offer $500 per correct letter. The first three rounds also contain a special wedge which, if won and taken to the bonus round, offers an opportunity to play for $1 million. A contestant must solve the puzzle in order to keep any cash, prizes, or extras accumulated during that round except for the Wild Card. Bankrupt does not affect score from previous rounds, but it takes away the Wild Card and/or million dollar wedge if either was claimed in a previous round. Contestants who solve a round for less than $1,000 in cash and prizes ($2,000 on weeks with two-contestant teams) have their scores increased to that amount.
Round 2 features two "mystery wedges." Calling a correct letter on one offers the chance to accept its face value of $1,000 per letter, or forfeit that to flip over the wedge and see whether its reverse side contains a $10,000 cash prize or Bankrupt. Once one is flipped over, the other becomes a standard $1,000 space and cannot be flipped. Round 3 is a prize puzzle, which offers a prize (usually a trip) to the contestant who solves. Starting in 2013, an "Express" wedge is also placed on the wheel in round 3. A contestant who lands on this space and calls a consonant that appears in the puzzle receives $1,000 per appearance. The contestant can then either "pass" and continue the round normally, or "play" and keep calling consonants for $1,000 each (without spinning) and buying vowels for $250. Express play ends when the contestant either calls an incorrect letter (which has the same effect as landing on a Bankrupt wedge) or solves the puzzle.
On modern episodes, round 4 is often (but not always) the final round of gameplay, but the number of rounds played can vary. At the beginning of the round, the host announces the category and pauses briefly to hear if bells play. The bells indicate that time is running out, and if they play, then gameplay shifts into a special "speed-up" or "heart attack" format. If the bells do not play at the start of the round, then gameplay continues as normal, and the player in control spins the wheel. At some point, however, the producers will make the decision to have the contestants wrap up the main game, and the bells will ultimately play. On most episodes, the bells will play at the start of the round, but there is frequently sufficient time for a round 4 to be played as normal, either for a few turns or its entirety. If a contestant solves the round 4 puzzle before the bells play, a round 5 is played; play goes on in the normal format for as long as there is ample time.
When the bells play, the gameplay format immediately changes and the contestant in control at the time performs the final spin. Prior to 2021, the host performed the final spin.[d] If the final spin lands on anything that is not a dollar amount, another one is performed until one lands on a dollar amount. The contestant in control calls one letter, and if it appears in the puzzle, they have three seconds to attempt to solve. If a contestant calls a letter not in the puzzle, calls a letter that has already been called, or does not call a letter in time, they do not get the chance to solve and their turn goes to the next contestant. For each instance of a correctly called consonant in a puzzle, the contestant earns $1,000 plus the amount of money on which the contestant who spun the final spin landed. Contestants earn no money for calling vowels, but they no longer have to pay $250 to buy them.
Play proceeds clockwise until the puzzle is solved. After the speed-up round, the contestant with the highest total winnings wins the game and advances to the bonus round. Contestants who did not solve any puzzles are awarded a consolation prize of $1,000 (or $2,000 on weeks with two-contestant teams; $30,000 in Celebrity Wheel of Gold for the combined total after the second game). In the first game of each episode of Celebrity Wheel of Gold, the final spin does not occur, in which it is only done in the second game. Scores are also reset at the start of second game and are contributed for a combined total.
If a tie for first place occurs after the speed-up, an additional toss-up puzzle is played between the tied contestants. The contestant who solves the toss-up puzzle wins $1,000 and advances to the bonus round.