If you haven’t been to Las Vegas lately then you’ve missed out on a variety of new slot machines which have recently been added into a bunch of the casinos out there. You’ll still find plenty of the older 1 & 3 line machines available, but we’re starting to see more of the newer video-style machines taking up room across the casino floors because those seam to be what people are wanting to play these days. Have a look at some of the most popular slot games which have recently been introduced into Las Vegas casinos like Mirage and Wynn.
Ironman – A popular action figured, turned into movie hero, and now available to play on the slot machines! Ironman is one of the newest slot machine to hit floors in late 2014. It was created by Playtech and is very similar to Hulk, Electra, and Blade. The game is 5-reels and 25 pay lines.
Buffalo Stampede – Originally introduced into Las Vegas back in 2013, Buffalo Stampede has been a favorite by many casino goers for years. The game has now been updated and features better graphics. It was created by Aristocrat Gaming and includes a really fun free spin bonus you can enter!
Monopoly Prime Reel Estate – There has been a variety of different Monopoly slot machines to hit casino floors throughout the years. Prime Reel Estate is just another to add in that list. Created by WMS, this game is 35 lines and usually available as a penny, nickle, dime, or quarter machine. It has multiple bonuses and a Free Spin Bonus which players usually enjoy.
The Twilight Zone in 3D – We all know that 3D is the new “big thing” and there has already been good development when it comes to 3D slot machines. The Twilight Zone in 3D would be considered one of the latest to hit floors. It was created by IGT and is also a progressive slot. The 3D visuals are amazing and the game has great music plus mega jackpots available!
Family Guy – It was (and still is) an extremely popular show on television. Now, you can also play the Family Guy slots in a number of different casinos. The game was developed by IGT, and also contains multiple random bonus rounds, each with different features and characters from the show. It works on a 3×5 reel interface, and is usually available as a penny, nickle, dime, or quarter.
Although you won’t be able to play these games online for real money, you can usually find places to play them for play chips. Also, remember that you don’t need to come all the way out to Las Vegas in order to play these. Assuming you live in the USA, most of these games can be found at your local casino too.