Movies That Were Turned Into Slots: A Roundup of Our Favorite Cinematic Slots
We saw the film, fell in love with the characters and now what? The fun doesn’t stop at the cinema as many of our favorite cinematic classics have been developed into immersive and interactive slot games available at the majority of new casinos for us to spin the night away. Take a look at our top 10 favorite slot games that are based on movies:
The great Roman Empire, the evil Commodus and the sultry Lucilla, this slot version of the 2000 Ridley Scott classic with the original soundtrack transports you back to the days of deathly arenas and intense Roman politics. The progressive slot has over 25 playlines as well as multiplier bonuses. Strangely the slot itself doesn’t include Maximus (Russell Crowe) but with a highest jackpot of over $2,000,000 it’s easy to look past.
Another oldie but certainly a goodie, relive this epic love story alongside Jack and Rose in this slot remake of Titanic. It has scenes from the movie, music from the soundtrack and interactive features such as being able to draw on the screen. Though originally a slot machine, this game and its 25 playlines is now available to play on all devices.
If you’re looking for something a bit more lighthearted, the Ted slot brought to us by Aristocrat is just the thing. If you loved the vulgar shock humour from the film you’ll certainly love the slot version which features Ted and other animals partying it up Ted-style and with a very attractive £6500 jackpot it’s almost too good to pass.
Another comedy hit movie turned slot is Bridesmaids developed by Microgaming. The interactive slot immerses you back into the hilariously brutal world of Bridesmaidzilla Annie and her chaotic friends through the ability to pick your favourite scenes and win off your choices. Enjoy the party with 30 playlines and plenty of bonuses!
6. Planet of the Apes
If you were a fan of both films that kicked off this fantastic trilogy you’ll love the slot version delivered to us by NetEnt. Not only do the slots feature 20 playlines featuring our favourite characters (both Ape and Human) but the slot is formatted as dual screen with half the screen portraying themes and scenes from Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and the second half from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
5. King Kong
If you couldn’t get enough of the monkey action, or are simply a classic ape meets human film fan, the King Kong slot developed by Playtech is just the answer. Leading the way in interactive slot design this game also includes a dual feature allowing you to choose between playing in city mode and jungle mode. What’s more is that both modes have their own bonuses!
4. Suicide Squad
The best films for slot adaptations have got to be superhero films, or supervillain films, and the Suicide Squad slot developed by Playtech is no exception. Boasting a whopping 50 playlines, join the likes of Harley Quinn and the Joker on a villainous crusade with special bonuses and multipliers galore!
3. Iron Man
Though there have been many Iron Man slot games released since the first one in 2009, the first and original game offers just timeless gameplay. Putting you in the perspective of the Iron Man suit, this game looks and sounds incredible. The free spins feature involves Iron Man descending upon and firing at targets with each successful hit adding to a win multiplier!
2. The Dark Knight Rises
The Christoper Nolan classic will go down in history as the best Batman remake of all time (sorry Ben Affleck and Robert Pattinson) so a slot adaptation of such a masterpiece is something to be pretty excited about. Not only do you have 243 ways to win and a random fight mode which gives you access to free spins but you also are immersed with the incredible soundtrack and storyline of the film itself.
1. Jurassic Park
Welcome to Jurassic Park, the 1993 film that still has people quaking more than 20 years later. This slot adaptation developed by Microgaming boasts ‘the best gameplay ever’ and they aren’t lying. The parallax scrolling feature is unique and dinosaurs roam the screen freely over the playlines giving off a 3D effect that makes you feel like you are among the prehistoric giants.