Discussion in 'Slots' started by DJ Ran, Aug 17, 2016.
Returning to Vegas in a few weeks after a 6 month hiatus. Anything new slot wise?
Same here. Heading in early Sept.
I am not expecting to see many new games.
Someone posted a new Big Bang Theory machine coming out.
If my Strictly Slots magazine would ever arrive I could give out a few names, but can't seem to get their stuff together.
I think CET got a great deal on Kiss Colossal reels cause they seemed to be everywhere other than that nothing real new stood out
There's a new version of Hangover at the Cosmo and Aria, I believe.
I saw a new version of Titanic at Wynn.
We'll be headed out on Friday 8/19. Due to return on the 21st.
I'll report back with any new sightings.
I played Caddyshack at my local a couple of weeks ago. Somebody else posted that it should have been more fun than what it was. I kind of thought the same but didn't play it long enough to the full feel of it. I did get the bonus with the priest getting hit by lightning and thought that part was pretty entertaining.
The Simpsons one looks like a lot of fun, and apparently Game of Thrones is pretty popular but kind of tight.
Yeah I played that one too at Ballys and it was not that fun at all!! I thought it would have been better.
Fun one that's not new new is the Gremlin one.....I like that one!!
Heading to Vegas on Monday. Is Dragons Spin new? What about the buffalo gold and kitty gold when did those come out?
Are there any new konami?
Another question does the Mirage still have all those $1 Quick hits? They pay pretty good?
Dragon Spin came out last year, but it is gaining in popularity right now.
Walking Dead II is another new slot out.
Lightning Link or Lightning Jackpots Progressive is new and very addicting. Play them every where I go.
apparently there is also a 'House of Cards' machine (at least at V/P) thats supposed to be pretty good
I played that one at Casino Rama in July. They were somehow giving out Netlfix subscriptions for playing. It sucked money out of me really fast with no bonus or any kind of special play at all.
Rama is the WORST.
I'm like 40 mins away from there and I'll never go back
A couple new slots I have seen at my local are a new Jurrassic Park, Austin Powers, WOZ not in Kansas anymore, orange is the new black and plants vs zombies 3D. There were a couple other ones, but I can't remember them right now.
I can't believe there's any version of Titanic in the casino. I'm sure it's based on the movie and Jack and Rose will be featured prominently, but 1500 real people died on that ship.
Can anyone name another slot machine, past or present, that is based on a real tragedy? I went to the Titanic exhibition many years ago at Luxor, and it was sad but respectful, i still have the passenger boarding pass from a real person who was on that ship.........I can't imagine hitting a bonus, what do you get? More points for first class passengers that perished, less for second class, and the bottom of the barrel for third class?
I'm probably alone in thinking it's really disrespectful to gamble on a machine that disrespects the people who died and those who lived that will be forever changed.
The Walking Dead 2, There's a new old style themed Batman at my local. Big Bang Theory. Game of Thrones. Buffalo Gold is brand new as well. Those are the ones I've seen at my local within the last 2 months and I tend to visit that one every weekend.
Forgot there is a new Orange is the new Black as well.
Lightening Link is pretty new (multi denominational) - most strip casinos have it - saw a lady hit $11,000 and some change jackpot at Cosmo last trip.
Dragon Spin as already mentioned is pretty popular - very volatile in my experience playing it - lost a chunk of change and never got a win, lol.
Best of luck and let us know if you spot any new ones on your trip!
I played a Titanic game as well but wasn't sure if it was new or not. It's based on the movie. It's a small machine and wasn't very exciting
Thanks for all the suggestions, appreciate it.
Agree with others, Caddyshack was BO-RING. I was surprised seeing as though the movie was a hoot. I played it at South Point and was sitting there thinking, "is this it"?
Just nothing fun or funny about it.
Harrahs in Atlantic city actually has a true Titanic slot machine. She is an oldie but still in operation. Its based on the sinking ship and not the movie.
It looks like this
As for other slot machines with a bad taste theme, I read somewhere that 2,000 people died in Pompeii, yet that seems to be a very popular slot.
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