In order to keep players interested, many slot game designers like to use familiar characters and brands. With video games being so popular it is unsurprising that many of them are used as inspiration for slot games. People who play video games are familiar with online gaming and so to take a step into slots is not unusual – so it makes sense that online casinos and gaming websites offer games that they are familiar with.
Here is a look at 3 slots inspired by video games that we’re fans of:
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty is an extremely popular video game; in fact, it is so popular that even non-gamers are likely to have heard of it. The game itself has been around since 2003, with the first game based on World War 2. There have been several versions since then with numerous upgrades, inspiration taken from different wars and even the ability to play against other players.
Modern Warfare is one of the most popular versions of the Call of Duty franchise, which is why it will be no surprise that Amaya Gaming has chosen to create a slot machine inspired by the game. The slot game version offers numerous pay lines over the five-reel setup and has the chance to win extra via two bonus features. As well as a huge jackpot it gives you the chance to win free spins and scatters where you can win even more. Similar to the much-loved video game, it is fast-paced and exciting.
Arcade games are extremely popular throughout different gaming platforms and consoles. Lots of people like the idea of playing vintage games and so arcade games that look retro certainly get players attention.
For those players looking for a traditional arcade looking slot game, a go at Neon City is highly recommended. With great graphics including some very 80s looking fruit icons and numerous chances to win, it is a game that is likely to keep players interested for a long time. Combine this with 6 reels and 7 symbols available on each; you can quickly see that there are thousands of different ways to win.
For extra ways to win you can pick up free spins, mystery fruit prizes and even gamble any winnings for the chance to win even more!
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Comic books, video games and Hollywood blockbuster videos, Lara Croft has done it all. With the franchise being such a popular one, it is no surprise that they have developed a slot machine along similar lines.
The Tomb Raider Slot Game guides players through an exciting and interactive adventure, with nods to the Lara Croft franchise that fans know and love throughout the whole game. With 25 possible pay lines across 5 reels, there are certainly plenty of chances to win.
Various symbols appear to help you complete pay lines and you can even bet your winnings and win more via their multiplier option – so plenty to keep you entertained while you’re playing these Lara Croft inspired slots.
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Coming from a reliable source who previously has broken and covered numerous accurate Call of Duty leaks comes fresh information about the upcoming 2020 release. Tentatively it will be a more gritty and gory campaign that focuses on the events of the Vietnam War. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Next Call of Duty Game is a Black Ops Reboot”
Games that you may have cherished back in the day by Activision will come out in current year as a remaster, remake, or a new IP according to a new report. And like clockwork, a new Call of Duty game will drop sometime later this year. Continue reading “Activision To Release Remasters Of Older Games And A New Call Of Duty This Year”
It looks like the Call of Duty series in in the midst of a shakeup, as the team at Treyarch is reportedly taking over development of the series installment slated for 2020, which will be a new entry in the Black Ops series. Continue reading “Call Of Duty Development Shakeup Reportedly Slates Black Ops 5 For 2020”
The latest installment in the Call of Duty series is expected out later this year and, while we don’t have many concrete details about the game just yet, a comment made during a recent earnings call states that shooter fans should expect “game-changing experiences.” Continue reading “Activision Promising Something ‘Game-Changing’ With Next Call Of Duty”
During Activision Blizzard investor relation (IR) report the company has confirmed rumors about Treyarch developing the Call of Duty game due for release in 2018. The first-person shooter is billed to release during Q4 2018, which sets its launch window between October through December. Continue reading “Activision Confirms Call Of Duty 2018 Will Be Developed By Treyarch”
Infinity Ward not too long ago posted up a notice about a new studio expansion in Kraków, Poland. The company under Activision, as of now, seeks for game code engineers for a new project, which is likely a new Call of Duty game. Continue reading “Latest Job Listings For Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty Calls For Game Code Engineers”
On December 29th, 2017 The Wichita Eagle reported that Kansas police had killed an innocent man on December 28th, 2017. The police were responding to a dispatch where they believed a young man had shot his father in the head, was holding his mother and brother at gunpoint, and was ready to pour gasoline on the floor and set the house ablaze. Police showed up at the residence, and after asking the man to step outside, fired a shot and killed him. It turns out that the call was a prank and they killed an innocent man. Continue reading “Wichita Police Kill Innocent Man Following Swatting Prank Call”
Not that much is known about the next Call of Duty game. However we do know that Infinity Ward has a new research and development studio based in Kraków, Poland. Some fans speculate that this studio will help update the CoD game engine, but what is known is that Michal Drobot will lead the new Infinity Ward Poland team. Continue reading “Infinity Ward Opens New Polish Studio For Research And Development”
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Call of Duty is a series that comes out yearly and amasses millions of players. For some it means everything to them, and well, to others it is complete cancer. At one point more people gravitated to the former, especially during Call of Duty’s WW2 days — which the upcoming game is rumored to be exploring this time around. And speaking of the upcoming version, the devs note that it will be the “biggest game” Call of Duty game they’ve made yet. Continue reading “Sledgehammer Notes That Call Of Duty WW2 Will Be Biggest Game Yet”
Are you tired of Call Of Duty going Back To The Future? Well, it looks like Activision has finally gotten their heads out of their butt to listen to the fans. If this leaked promo art is true, we could be getting a new Call Of Duty game that returns back to World War II.
Continue reading “Call OF Duty New Promo Art Potentially Leaks World War 2 Setting”