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Top 4 Video Games That Became Slot Games

Those that consider themselves aficionados of the online gaming world often enjoy mixing up their disciplines. When there is so much online entertainment to be found with the likes of Caesars Casino online, why limit yourself to just one part of the gaming pie? It’s not uncommon to see popular video games make the leap to another part of the online gaming world, so today we’re taking a look at video games that have been made into slot games…

Street Fighter

Street Fighter is arguably one of the most iconic video games of all time – especially if you grew up in the 80’s or 90’s. Fortunately, the slot game doesn’t stray too far from the original, which will keep the hardcore fans happy. You’ll be able to choose from all your old favourites – Chun-Li, Guile, Sagat and Ken – the whole gang. The character that you select will then be your Wild on the reels. Keep your eyes out for the Scatter symbol – which, while it doesn’t trigger a bonus round, can lead to massive multipliers and jackpots.

Reel Steal

While the name doesn’t give away that this slot game is based on Grand Theft Auto, the visuals and opportunity to ‘get your gangster on’ certainly will. Much like the video game, you’ll be immersed in the world of high-speed crime in this 9-win line game, which features five reels across three rows.

Blackbeard’s Gold

Blackbeard has been knocking around the video game universe for decades. The notorious pirate is best known in the video game terms from Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Sid Meier’s Pirates. Now, he has his own slot game featuring five reels and offering up 243 ways to win. In line with the pirate theme, look out for the Galleon and the Victory feature which offer up the chance for you to seize some treasure of your own.

Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd has made his mark on Hollywood, comics, video games and now – the wonderful world of online slot games. You’ll soon get over the fact that Sly Stallone doesn’t make an appearance when you hear you can play from as little as 30-65 cents per spin, but can also ramp the stakes right up to $65-130. The game’s SuperBet feature allows for wilds to appeal on all reels, and the free games feature offers up 10 free spins.

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