Entertainment Meets The Slots

Many of us have a soft spot for the big screen; there is that one movie that never grows old no matter how many times we’ve watched it. Some of us even wish that we were part of the cast and know which character we’d love to play. Well, the market leaders in game design have given us the opportunity to be a part of our favorite films and television shows.

They have released exceptional slot games that promise to bring the thrill of the movies to slot machines. Here’s what you should be looking for:

•    Batman by Aristocrat Technologies- designed by gaming legend Joe Kaminkow this game takes its inspiration from the 60s series that bears the same name. Here you get to interact with its much loved (or hated) characters that reward you with bonus rounds. And as you play make sure that you lookout for bonus wilds that could see you win big.
•    Michael Jackson Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ by Bally Technologies- the King of Pop may no longer be with us but his music certainly lives on it this game. Aside from watching videos of the late star, the game allows you to watch him do his famous moonwalk as you win free-spins. It is also worth noting that the game features a progressive jackpot.
•    The Walking Dead by Aristocrat Technologies- is yet another recent release by this developer that is obviously not for the faint hearted. It is centered on the show’s cast and is just as gory as the AMC series. Moreover, scenes and sounds from the show are merged into the game providing you with an opportunity to be entertained as you win.
•     Iron Man by WMS Gaming- when you sit down to play this one then you had better make sure you win a couple of bonus rounds where scenes from the movie are merged into the game making you feel like you are on set. What’s more, the game begins with a recap of the movie so you can get some inspiration before you start to play.
•    James Cameron’s Avatar by International Game Technology- when the film was released in 2009 it was critically acclaimed for its special effects. It’s therefore not surprising that Cameron re-invented the movie four years later with state of the art 3D technology that has been hailed for its graphics and sound quality.