Movies and video games have been in a special relationship for ages – with more or less success. I say “more or less”, since neither of the two managed to invade the other’s realm and be a major success. There are a few exceptions, of course – Resident Evil is not just a popular video game franchise, but a long-running movie series, too. But most of the times the expected success fails to come. That is, of course, if we don’t count online slot machines, which – when inspired by movies – are quite successful. Here are a few examples of such games you can try at www.vegaspalms.com.
Jurassic Park was one of the most successful movies of all times. Its impact on the movie industry was massive, triggering the production of a series of movies involving dinosaurs, and sparking a newfound interest in paleontology in the 1990s. And after more than a decade from its release, Jurassic Park was revived as a video slot machine at the Vegas Palms.
The visuals and sounds of the game are based on the movie, and – just like on the silver screen – it relies on the dinosaurs as its main characters, with the actors being on the second plane. It’s an atmospheric game with random dinosaur attacks, appealing to all slots fans – and the fans of the series – playing at the Vegas Palms.
By the way, a sequel to the game, inspired by Jurassic World, is in the works.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day
The (former) Governator’s Terminator was the most iconic movie villain of all times, but he (it?) truly made a name for itself (himself?) as a good guy in Terminator 2. Considered the best sequel ever made, T2 was one of the most successful movies of the 1990s. And if you visit the Vegas Palms, you’ll be able to try the slot machine based on it, released in 2014.
Borrowing its visuals and soundtrack from the blockbuster, the T2:JD slot machine is awesome. It has an unmistakable atmosphere, scenes from the movie, and bonuses based on the events in the film. It’s a must play for all Vegas Palms player, whether they liked the nonton movie or not.
There are many movies involving weddings and Vegas, but not quite like Bridesmaids, a 2011 romantic comedy. In an unusual move, this movie made it to the virtual Vegas, being revived as a slot machine in 2015. Although the game looks awfully romantic, with all its colors and hearts (it’s quite pink by nature), it’s a slot machine first, with tons of bonuses, side games, and a considerable entertainment value – and tons of coins to win. It is the perfect example for a movie-based slot machine that appeals to the movie’s fans and slot machine enthusiasts alike.