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Top horror film-inspired slot machines

Entrepreneurs are always looking for new ways to attract new audiences. For casino operators, finding new types of slot machine games is one way in which to accomplish this. Slot machines are typically designed around a theme which can attract fans. Horror is one genre that has a wide following and has provided inspirations for many slot machine games.

Aliens

This slot machine game, available to play online at sites such as mobilecasino.co.nz, is based on the 1986 film with three different game levels: the Search, the Encounter and the Hive. A five reeled slot machine game, it includes multipliers and re-spins for a total of 15 paylines. Players can choose to wager money on one line or all 15. The symbols featured on the reels of the game all come from the movie including monsters and Alien eggs. The unhatched eggs have the lowest value while the full grown monsters have the highest.

King Kong

Since it first appeared on screen in 1933, King Kong has instilled fear in movie goers’ hearts. This particular slot machine game is based on the 2005 remake of the classic. There are two different modes of play: Enjoy the Wild Jungle Mode or the Dramatic Big City bonus mode.  Depicting scenes from the film, the symbols on the reels are also inspired by the characters.

The Mummy

This slot machine game makes good use of multimedia to add to establish a terrifying atmosphere. The introduction features sound effects as well as terrific graphics. Choose to play for free or wager real money. The money denominations accepted vary from a penny to a dollar. Based on the 1999 hit movies, The Mummy is as equally as engaging as the film that inspired it.

Whether you are a fan of slot machine games or horror movies, these three should be appealing!

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