Top 5 Rock 'N' Roll Slot Games of All Time
Legends never die.
What can happen to them however is that they assume another role in our lives and continue to entertain us long after they are gone. Elvis Presley is one of rock music's icons that has been embodied into the shape of a modern-day slot machine, and carried on to roll in brick-and-mortar and online casinos alike.
Other leaders and revolutionaries, such as Kiss, Motörhead and Jimi Hendrix have also made it to the top of casino lists. And we have noticed that these lists are getting obsolete. Despite being a website with a clear affection to the seventies, we deem that an enormous pity, as new and fresh releases keep coming up with virtually every day.
Our mission for this particular piece was clear - we were to update the ever-expanding video slot directory with predominantly branded titles that have stuck with players throughout 2018 and 2019.
In this brief but sweet list we will be singling out the best quintet of video slots that have ever existed - in no specific order - and that mark the summit of hardcore iGaming.
Ritchie Valens La Bamba - Realtime Gaming
Realtime Gaming is a slot provider that has recently shifted its focal point onto the Asian market, but succeeded in staying in touch with its international audiences. By creating Ritchie Valens La Bamba video slot, the manufacturer managed to unite its worldwide clientele with the rock star's hit song and other of his upbeat melodies. Ritchi Valens in slot carne is a 6x3 branded game with 729 ways to win.
This jovial gem will quite literally sweep you off your feet. With its thematic wilds and expanding signs, this game brings forward the authenticity of the 1980's charm and exuberance.
Sabaton - Play'n GO
Sabaton by Play'n GO is the youngest launch on this list, which does not make it any less qualified to become an evergreen. Paying homage to the power metal band, this music-loving developer based in Sweden transformed the band's members so realistically that you will not be sure if you are on your phone or at their concert!
This 5-reel, 3-row online game with 10 paylines pays out up to 5,000 times your stake. Its high variance will make the blood in your veins sizzle as the potent riffs drive you to the climax of your gaming skills.
Guns 'N' Roses - NetEnt
No top list has ever been complete without a NetEnt number. To date ranked among the 100 immortal slots and fan favourites, Guns 'N' Roses slot speaks for itself. This remarkably successful game boasts trademark NetEnt graphics quality and an immersive soundtrack accompanied by the figures of Slash and Axl Rose.
Framed into the standard 5x3 structure, G'N'R has 20 paylines and a great RTP (Return to Player) of 96.98%. Its low to medium variance joins together various demographics and player profiles, which has cemented its reputation in the iGaming spheres.
Holy Diver - Big Time Gaming
From bands and self-made musicians, we are moving onto a piece of art. Produced by Australia-headquartered BTG, Holy Diver is namesake of the debut album and hit single of the American heavy metal group Dio. Another blast from the past, this banger oozes the 80's vibes and a plethora of special features, including MegaWays and Reel Adventure.
Loaded with heavenly guitar melodies, this online slot is played across a 6x7 framework distributed among three different gaming worlds. Big Time Gaming is known for its uniqueness, so nothing short of perfect can be expected from its studio.
House of Doom - Play'n GO
We know we said we would present to you rock titles, but we could not help ourselves expand the collection, attempting to stay open-minded. We are here to broaden your horizons, and that is exactly what we are doing. House of Doom was the result of the fruitful collaboration between Play'n GO and the metal band Candlemass.
Reported to have seen developers "headbanging whilst testing the game out", this slot release smashed all music charts in just the first week of its existence. It shows off stunning visuals and original artwork by the creators, a 5x3 reel grid playable across all platforms.
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