Below is an index of all the WMS slot videos on the wmsslots.net website
WMS release more slot games at Jackpot Party
, I toddle off and video
them, attempting to capture the bonus features of
each game which after all, is what make the games exciting! Once that's done, they get added to this page
so be sure to bookmark it to keep abreast of all the WMS slot games as they make the transition from
land-based casinos to online.
The Jackpot Party Progressive
: Every online slot from WMS comes with the randomly
triggered Jackpot Party progressive feature. What this is is actually the bonus round from their
Super Jackpot Party slot machine
imposed randomly on
every slot in their casino.
I've had the Jackpot Party progressive several times now while playing online so far - the first time
while playing the unusual Bruce Lee slot
and the biggest (tier 2)
on the original Wizard Of Oz game
you are not familiar with it, then it's a 4-tier progressive jackpot where you click open gift boxes
to reveal either a cash prize, a "collect" symbol or ideally a "Star" symbol which takes you to the
Click the images to view the videos
As far as offline (land-based) slots go, WMS have huge amounts of floor space in the USA to the extent that
they even rival the once dominant IGT in some Vegas casinos. Elsewhere around the globe, the games are not quite
as prevalent although Canada and South America do have some reasonable WMS installations. I've also come across them
at Casino Gran Barcelona
, including a European derivative of the Zeus 3
. It's not nearly as good as the
innovative G Plus
6-reel version found in the USA; more like the 3D Wizard Of Oz
"Good Witch/bad Witch"
games in fact.
Here in the UK, where I am based, I hadn't come across any WMS slots until very recently when
opened with one of the new
UK licences allowing for 150 slot machines. I visited first in January 2012 and saw a few WMS games including
and the Jackpot Party progressive slot machine (with a £4000 max jackpot
as is stipulated under UK gambling laws). The other games weren't very well known to me and I didn't see any of the
online games, bar Crystal Forest of course.
I had a chat with WMS around the same time (at the ICE Totally Gaming conference
in London) and was told that they expect to see more European action with the multi-game kiosks launching in mid-2012. Because of
the limit of 20 slots in UK casinos, many are reluctant to take on single-game kiosks, especially when the game is not so well known.