£100 Jackpot Fruit Machine Terminals The latest £100 jackpot fruit machines from Bell Fruit and Betcom These video terminals offer a choice of over 30 …
The battle ground for who can dominate the next generation of video based fruit machines is on, with Blueprints £100 jackpot fruit machine terminal King of Games taking more ground than the popular iPub 2. Both offer an array of video based £100 jackpot fruit machines, many of which are downgrades from their popular £500 jackpot slot machine counterparts. The King of Games comes in three versions; Gold, Platinum and Titan and tends to host a little over 30 £100 jackpot fruit and slot machines, which is on a par with the iPub 2, which hosts a similar number, although titles are added and removed regularly.
At the time of writing, the King of Games £100 jackpot fruit machine terminals were located in around 5000 locations, this compares to the iPub 2’s 1800 locations. This means that virtually every main-stream pub in the UK will have at least one of these gaming terminals sited. The benefits of these over reel based AWP’s is pretty obvious; there’s more choice for the player, and the site gets to update the terminals remotely which avoids any down-time.
The King of Games £100 jackpot fruit machine terminals have a ton of games, but not all of them will be available in all locations. £100 jackpot community based slots such as Cupid, Wild Antics and Lucky Sevens will be located in bingo and adult gaming centres (AGC’s). Cop the Loot, Thai Princess and Worms will be found in pub and arcade locations, as well as possibly bingo, however you won’t see the community slots in pubs.
I’ll start with the content you will most likely find on the pub terminals, you may also recognise many of the slots from their £500 jackpot counterparts which are in arcades (AGC’s), bingo halls and even on the fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT’s).
Cop the Loot: A £100 jackpot pub fruit with a semi-short-cut to the jackpot if played correctly.
Let’s get Kraken:
Luck O’ the Irish: This is the pub version of the popular lo-tech slot. It’s not what you were first expecting.
Sheerluck Holmes: This was a very old JPM fruit machine which has undergone the digital treatment.
Alice and the Mad Hatter: A basic AWP which borrows heavily from Deal or No Deal.
Amigo’s Gold: A £100 version of the not so popular £500 jackpot slot.
The Pig Wizard: Formally known as Harry Trotter but caught in a copyright issue for obvious reasons.
The Usual Suspects:
Deep Sea Treasure: This was very good on the £500 jackpot version, let’s see how the £100 hold up.
Luck O’ the Irish Hot Slot: Hot Slot is the re-working of the highly popular £500 Luck O’ the Irish.
Wish Upon a Jackpot: Very similar to the £500 version.
Slots O’ Gold:
Super Spins Bar-X:
Super Diamond Jackpots: Again, very similar to the £500 version.
Worms: This is a fun one, although the percentage is fairly low.
Blazing Hot Deluxe:
Genie Jackpots: The same as Wish Upon a Jackpot, and reasonably enjoyable.
Multi-Wild: One of the better £500 lo-techs, this one hold up very well against it’s bigger brother.
Red Hot Repeater:
5 Star Roulette: A unique take on roulette, enjoyable for a short while.
Spin to Win:
Gold Leaf Clover:
Super Wild Bar-X:
None of the community slots are random, meaning they will put aside a certain percentage to pay for the community bonuses. Aside from that, all three of the slots are identical and differ in name and graphics only.
Cupid Wild at Heart:
Slots O’ Gold:
Genie Jackpots: A three reeled community version of the popular slot.
That’s the current list of £100 jackpot fruit machines on the gaming terminals from Blueprint and Betcom. As you can see, many are conversions from their original £500 incarnations. They have a mixture of random and fixed percentage (compensated) slots.
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