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Heavy metal makes its way into slots

Music bands have marked historical moments with greater or lesser success, but thanks to them it becomes “lighter” to understand the humor of the society of the time and, in many cases, even its aspirations. Freedom, rebellion, equal opportunities and boredom are some of the basic themes that inspired an important nucleus of members of the art scene during much of the 20th century. The new slot machines recover those desire for social vindication from the hand of two groups representing the spirit of the seventies and eighties, and transform them into very fun playful pieces. Saxon and Twisted Sister arrive in the form of a stake to rekindle in the most nostalgic users, the inspiring fire that both bands spread more than thirty years ago.


Themes such as Wheels of Steel, 747 (Strangers in the Night), Strong Arm of the law and Dallas 1pm, serve as the musical background of this slot full of color and awards, composed of the most representative elements of the Saxon band, founded in 1976 in the United Kingdom. Following in the footsteps of other British musical phenomena, the group set out to conquer the United States, and although it did not achieve all the success that it set out to achieve, it would do so in other latitudes. The game was developed by Play’n Go, a company that already has several similar products such as House of Doom and Annihilator. Among the technical highlights are a 5-reel interface, bets with a range of 0.10-100 credits, prizes as multipliers of up to 10,000 times the amount risked, and a theoretical return equal to 94.30%.

Twisted sister

Twisted SisterPlay’n Go once again draws on iconic bands from the ’70s and’ 80s, and turns them, quite correctly, into stakes filled with musical hits and distinctive graphics. Twisted Sister is named after the homonymous American band whose origin dates back to the early 1970s. The machine stands out not only for its theme, but also thanks to its configuration, which includes a 6 × 6 format screen, featuring award-winning symbols like Wild, Wild Scatter and Mega Band. The functionalities are not lacking in the dynamics either, and they integrate options titled Unite, Go Wild and Scream. Stakes range from 0.20 to 100 credits, and the projected return is 96.2%.

Well, those interested in this idea can realize it through the most recent additions to the casino’s entertainment menu. Ozzy Osbourne and Who’s the Bride? are the new titles of the portal, and with them the offer of slot machines, card games and roulette already exceeds 460 options.

Ozzy Osbourne Video Slot

Ozzy Osbourne From the streets of Aston, Birmingham (England), to join Black Sabbath, and then to become a legend -without forgetting his time in the world of reality shows-, Ozzy Osbourne has carved out a unique career. After all the road traveled, the British musician makes the leap to the online fortune sector with the Ozzy Osbourne Video Slot, a creation of the NetEnt company, and which has surprising graphics and an undoubtedly attractive soundtrack; especially for fans of the “Prince of Darkness.” A 5 × 3 screen, 20 pay lines and bets between S / 0.40 and S / 100 are part of the technical characteristics of the machine. The theoretical return amounts to 96.67% and the extra bonuses, such as multipliers and free spins, are not lacking in the dynamics of the game.

Who’s the bride?

Who’s the bride? The bride is the main protagonist of all marriages, and her happiness during the event is the greatest concern of the attendees. In Who’s the bride?, however, bettors have different doubts; more related to having no idea who is the person who is getting married. And it is in the midst of all this confusion that the most focused players will be able to take advantage of the advantages and particular dynamics of this slot. NetEnt puts technology and design back, combining a 5-reel interface, bets between S / 0.09 and S / 18, 9 pay lines and a theoretical return equal to 96.82%.

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