Of course, all of these ticket games tend to follow the same basic format, presenting you with a basic card layout and the possibility to scratch silver foil from the top. Of course, each of the physical cards you’re able to buy in land-based stores tend to have different underlying themes to them, and the online versions also follow that same format as well. In total, NetEnt have created 16 of these products, each one with a different theme to the rest. Most of them do resemble the scratch cards that can still be bought in stores today, although one or two can be simply considered standard instant win games, which also offer their own specialities alongside.
Some of the games offered by the company in this category include ‘The Lost Pyramid’, which has a scratchable area shaped like the triangular building and offers an almost ancient Mayan appearance to its interface. There’s also ‘Shoot 4 Gold’, which takes on the look of a fair ground shooting gallery, and ‘Tribble Knockout’, which is probably one of the cards which is closest looking to the physical ones. At one point, there was also a scratch card with a local jackpot included in it, which was entitled ‘Triple Wins High Roller’. However, it was replaced by the video slot known as ‘Cosmic Fortune’. It just goes to show that even these ticket games can feature jackpots as well as the more popular products.