The Best Video Slot Machines of 2015

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  • 29 Sep, 2016  |
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Slot machines are among the most popular games ever invented. First built some 120 years ago, they have taken the world of gaming by storm. Today there are thousands of slot machines out there, some of them confined to the gaming floors of Las Vegas or Macau, others roaming free on the internet. Some of them are played through social networks and gaming apps, others are offered by real money gaming websites accessible from desktop and mobile devices alike. Find out more at

But not all slot machines are created equal. Some of them go beyond their nature, offering players not only the chance to win big, but also a deep element of entertainment. These games are special, as they appease the public and the industry alike. Here are the best slot machines released in 2015, some of which we'll surely meet at the 2016 edition of the Global Gaming Awards.

Hot as Hades by Microgaming

One of the most anticipated Microgaming video slot machines of 2015, Hot as Hades did deliver on its promise. It has amazing visuals, depicting the dark (and hot) pits of the Underworld, ruled by Hades - who is not that bad, judging by the game. The fearsome lord of the fiery realm has a task for its companions: to outwit his godly brothers, and other mythical creatures, and seize the legendary Crystal Helm. All this in the funniest - and cutest - way possible.

DJ WÏLD by ELK Studios

ELK Studios is an emerging brand in the UK, providing its players with high-quality, mobile-first video slot machines. Last year the company has released quite a few fresh games, but none as memorable as their EDM-powered game, DJ WÏLD. With its soundtrack created by a Stockholm DJ (anonymous, unfortunately) and its powerful visuals, the slot machine takes players right in the middle of a crowded club. And they get to be the DJ.

The game is simple, but incredibly entertaining - and it's filled with big wins.

Guns N' Roses by NetEnt

Last, but not least, the game that will most likely gather all prizes at this year's Global Gaming Awards: the Guns n' Roses slot machine built by Swedish developer NetEnt.

The Guns N' Roses slot machine was released shortly a few months before the legendary rock band's reunion at this year's Coachella festival. It is a game where the music plays a very important role - it provides the backdrop and the atmosphere. Players can choose which of the band's hits to play while they try their luck. And when they win, the crowd cheers, and the fireworks shoot on the stage. Overall, the GnR slot machine is an amazing example of modern-day casual game development - it should serve as an example for other developers, too.

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