Try your luck with this trio of electronically modified vintage toy stoves collected on eBay, rotating through a non-randomized slot machine simulation of 27 possible combinations of X-Y-Z. Written in the C programming language running on multiple 8-bit AVR microcontrollers, hacked up from an open sourced Evil Mad Scientist kit. The stoves are 3.5 inches tall. And what a joy to code deceleration algorithms on a $2 microchip which doesn't support floating point numbers. When the slot machine hits YYZ you win a free Neil Peart symbol.