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Super Jackpot Slots - a nice trip down memory lane

2017-04-18 16:28:11

Slot games were not readily available on home computers in the early 1990s so gamers could not experience the thrill of playing slots unless they went to a real casino. That all changed in 1990 when Mark Siegel released the cult classic Super Jackpot Slots on the Atari ST. Admittedly, the graphics were not that great compared to what mobile slot games can offer nowadays but it was a big step in the computer gaming world as the game allowed players to play some slots without actually risking any money at all.

Choosing a game to play

In order to run the game on an Atari ST, you had to install it from a disk. No instant play games back in those days I can tell you! Once the program has been installed, you will be taken to a screen that displays six slot machines to choose from. If you click on the small dollar bill in the upper left corner of the screen then you will be able to change the bet size from $50 to $200 in virtual money. Once you are happy with your bet size, then all you need to do is to decide which of the 6 slot machines you want to play first. The machines consist of a very small 5-cent machine, two 25-cent machines, two $1 machines, and a $5 machine that should appeal to all of the high rollers out there.