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You Don't Need an Emulator to Play these Games
Article by Wraggster
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Date: Thursday, November 03 - 2016

I think we can all agree that the saying "they don't make them as they used to" applies best when we use it in relation to video games. Back when developers didn't have today's hardware, and the dispute between the "PC Master Race" and the "Console Peasants" wasn't about the looks alone, games were much more focused on entertaining players, and less on how they looked. When you think back on the games you played as a kid, it's not just nostalgia that makes them feel better - they were actually better in their simplicity, and they had a better entertainment value. They don't make them as they used to - except for one major category of games, that never go out of style. I'm talking about slot machines, games that made the most of the fresh demand for better graphics. In their case, being more visually appealing did good for the gameplay as a whole. And what better place to try the latest video slots than http://www.allslotscasino.com/au.

A day at the slots

For all you smartphone gamers out there: you don't have to download and install an app to play good slot machines. It's enough for you to head over to the All Slots Casino, register a free account, and dig right it. The All Slots has all the games you might want to play on the go - simple games, that focus much more on the "feeling" than any other casual game you might find at an app marketplace. Playing at the All Slots will offer you a hassle-free gaming experience, with no ads, no in-app purchases, and no constant nagging about how you should share your progress with your friends. You can dig right in, play wherever you go, and whenever you run out of credits, you can simply ask for some more.

Slot machines are the oldest

Not many of today's successful video games can say that they started out as mechanical devices. This is exactly the case for slot machines, though, which were invented more than a century ago. It was a San Francisco mechanic of Bavarian (Germany) origins who built the first real slot machine, with three reels, one win line, and only five symbols on its reels. His machine was a marvel of mechanics, being able to pay out (or spit out candy, as it was used as a vending machine, too) automatically, and could even see the difference between a nickel, a button, or a metallic disc of the same size and shape.

The game was picked up by the emerging casino industry in Nevada, and from there it conquered the world. After making the big leap online, the slot machine has become the most popular game played for real money online, reaching millions of players a day.

And you don't need an emulator to play your favorite slot machine - all you need is a web browser and an internet connection.


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