No one can deny that when it comes to gambling, on some level we all become filled with unexplainable excitement. Maybe it’s the flashing lights, or the captivating sound effects, the energetic sound of jackpots being won from somewhere off in the distance. When it comes to the slot machines, what we are looking at is art and entertainment fused. The good ol’ one-armed-bandit, both the physical machines and its online cousin, has become a platform for many classic films to come to life on a whole new level. Plus, there’s the added bonus of winning money – what’s not to love? Here are three of the best examples out there today.

  • Star Wars

With one of the biggest followings in film history, there is no wonder that masses of people flock to experience this Star Wars themed slot machine. For the old-school fans out there, you’ll be glad to know that this three-based machine is split into the original trilogy, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. With all those familiar sounds and images, prepare for some entertaining reminiscing. What makes this even better is the fact that this machine isn’t online but rather a real machine that you will find in many casinos. This gives it that added bonus of the enthralling casino vibe.

  • Jurassic Park

Moving into the glorious realm of online gambling now, if we travel down under, where slot machine are better known as pokies, we find that the people behind PokiePalace have made it possible for us to enter into the thrilling wilderness of Jurassic Park. This is one of the best places for newcomers of the gambling world to come due to the fact that you can play this pokie for free, allowing you to become more comfortable with the game before you try your luck with the real deal.

  • Hangover

This article wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the Hangover themed slot machine that will have you laughing while winning. Perhaps some people may have a problem with the slotting of this movie in as a “classic”, but this slot machine is definitely worth the mention. If the symbols of the bloody tooth, a baby, a tiger and of course, Alan’s stylish man-bag weren’t enough, the machine’s voiceover is done by the man that takes funny to a whole new level, Mr. Chow himself!

By Jason Swindon

 

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