The WPCentral team will be in Las Vegas soon to cover CES. If there’s some free time, we might head over to the slot machines. If you can’t make it to the casinos, perhaps a new game for Windows Phone 8 is close enough. Caesars Slots, which has just arrived at the Windows Phone Store, features some of the slot games found in their casinos.
When you first open the game, it asks you to connect with your Facebook account. There’s a good incentive, too. They’ll give you $25,000 in play money if you use Facebook. Connecting with Facebook also lets you merge your web and mobile accounts for one big balance, send and receive free gifts, and keep track of your progress on the leaderboard.
There are a variety of games including fan favorites like Pink Panther, Cleopatra’s Quest and Invasion from Outerspace. The music and the gameplay can be repetitive, but what more can you expect from slots games? There are bonus games and mini-games to keep things exciting. They turn up on some of your spins.
Click the spin button to play. When the reels have stopped spinning, the sequence and combination of the paylines are compared with the combinations found in the payout table. If there are any matching combinations, the player wins. You start with 12 paylines, but there are 18 more that get unlocked as you increase level.
You gain levels by the amount you bet and get 1 point for every 100 coins you gamble with. Gaining levels lets you unlock new slot machines, gambling limits, and more.
Caesar Slots is a free download at the Windows Phone Store, but there are in-app purchases available if you run out of coins. Have a gambling bug? Try out this game and let us know what you think in the comments.
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