Apparently, there are more slots games on Windows Phone Store than slot machines in a Las Vegas hotel. Obviously, the good ones are only few. The new one on the block - Slots from 3rd Floor Games – is pretty good and could be addictive.
Awkwardly named ‘3rd Floor - Slots’ offers 8 unique slot machines, each with their own bonus mini-game. As you play along, you gain experience, unlock bigger wins, and climb up the leaderboard. The game also includes large jackpots and hourly rewards. Through the leaderboards, you can stack yourself up against other players online.
The game is completely free, although ad-supported. The ads though aren’t intrusive or distracting, so it’s all good. It’s a great game if you like Vegas, Slot Machines, Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Craps, Bingo, or other casino games. The game features engaging graphics and sound effects, which should keep your interest steady. It’s a fun time-pass game, but devoid of a challenge.
Download 3rd Floor - Slots game for free for Windows Phone 7.x and Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. It also works well on Windows Phone devices with 512MB RAM. Give it a spin, and let us know how you like it.
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