THE TOP 5 SLOT GAMES FOR FOOTY FANS
As we approach the backend of one of the most extraordinary Barclays Premier Leagues seasons ever and also at the same time, get ready for Euro 2016 in France we thought we’d bring you the Top 5 Slot games for fans of the beautiful game.
So if you’re interested in scoring some moolah as well as scoring some goals then check out these Top 5 football slot games…
1. Football Cup (Viaden)
Football Cup is a 3D video slot by Viaden. Fans of the Uefa Champions League will love the graphics as it has a very similar feel. The slot has some great features including every time the players make a winning combination the reel that creates the win is held in place and the ones that didn’t will re spin which effectively gives players another chance to win on every spin.
In the gamble bonus players get the chance to pick a corner of the goal, take a shot and try to beat the keeper. In celebration of this worldwide international sporting game football this game also offers a regular wild symbol and pick ’em bonus round.
2. Football Star (Microgaming)
Football Star is a slot created by Microgaming and was released in the run-up to the 2014World Cup in Brazil and the game now serves as colourful and entertaining reminder of that wonderful tournament, although not if you’re Brazilian! The slot has 243 ways to win with 5 scatter symbols that will trigger up to 25 free spins.
The main features are Striking wilds, Rolling Reels and the Free Spins with Multiplayer Trail. The symbols are, as you’d expect all football related: Football boots, Football pitch, a Football Kit, a Referee and five different players from across the world.
3. Top Trumps Football Legends (Playtech)
Another of the Top Trumps franchise of online slots, this time it’s the 5 reel, 15 line slot, Football Legends by gaming giants, Playtech.
The game features some true legends of the game, including the late greats, Johan Cruyff and Alfredo Di Stefano as well as ’66 hero, Bobby Charlton, German star Franz Beckenbauer, French player and manager Michel Platini and, the green and yellow wild symbol, perhaps the greatest player of all time, Pele.
Your team might not have had the funds or the gumption to sign players of such a calibre but you can still appreciate these all time greats! Like most slot machine games you match symbols to win, with the football superstars, as well as letter symbols, giving payline wins for as few as two matches. You also have the Top Trumps Scatter Symbol, the Pele Wild Symbol and the Wall of Fame Bonus to watch out for.
4. Shoot (Microgaming)
This slot from Microgaming is based on the much loved football magazine, Shoot which was first published in the UK in 1969 and is arguably the most popular football publication of all time. The game is inspired by it’s 70s-80s heyday and fans of the magazine will instantly identify with its nostalgic football theme.
The game features a number of legends of the game including Pele, Best, Maradona, Cruyff, Keegan and Carlos Valderrama. The game has a great Trade ‘Em bonus round that offers players the chance to choose from 12 pictures of their favourite stars. Players will be able to choose four cards to reveal top prize amounts. It is possible to trigger two other bonus rounds by choosing the correct cards.
The Magazine Bonus round will provide players with the possibility of winning huge amounts as they select from 12 cover pages in a magazine. There is also a free spin round that will award players with a random number of free spins in the game.
5. Champion’s Goal (ELK Studios)
Finally a football slot that’s a little bit different. It might not be the greatest slot game created but it’s nice to see a game that’s based around the fans and not the players themselves.
The slot, by Swedish company, ELK Studios is filled up with chanting fans, firecrackers, flares and even riot police fill up the scene. You can feel the atmosphere as the match is just about to start. You get two teams, blue and red, each with their own set of symbols. The blue symbols pay if they are on a winning payline from left to right, whilst the red symbols pay right to left
Blog Post by DICE STUDIO, last updated: March 30, 2016