How many of you went on a cruise and dumped a small fortune into the slot machines at the casino. The noise of the slots are pretty tempting when you walk through the casino. You know how it goes... "What the heck, I'll try my luck and drop a few coins".
Well, normally I never promote websites like this, but I found a site that has slot machine simulators that are is so realistic, you think you are playing the real thing. These slot machine simulators are the best I have seen, anywhere outside of a casino.
This site is perfect for all you slot machine junkies(like myself)... I love playing the slots but I rarely win big. I found a great website that will help curb the urge to play the slots on a cruise ship, with out costing anything. 100% FREE (just avoid clicking the 'Play for Money' advertisements).
No gimmicks, popup window or filling your email with advertising... just plain fun!!
Yeah, right... you have heard that line before... Well, this is NOT an advertisement (even though it looks like one).
One word of caution, these simulators are very loose and let you win 99% of the time. All of the machines they have available (I think there are about 20~25 different machines) are very realistic... The sounds and reels are exactly like the machines in Reno, Las Vegas, Atlantic City, etc. This site is setup so well, you can take the credits you have accumulated, change machines and the credits go the next machine... just like it would be if you were at a casino!
It is real easy to get a false sense of security with these simulators but, as long as you remain aware that they are for entertainment, you won't get sucked into thinking you are on a winning streak and try using real money to play.
I have been playing these machines for over 2 months now, and there are no gimmicks, special downloads, etc., just plain fun playing the one armed bandits.
I have several computers in my office(at home) and at times, my whole family would come in and play at the same time. I sounded just like a casino with the jackpot bells ringing, reels spinning, etc.
If you are skeptical or nervious about going the site(listed below), I attached a 640x480 photo taken with my digital camera of my screen to show you what one of the simulators looks like. (the screen resolution was 1200x1600 for that particular view).
(Right-Click on the link below and open in a new window to view page outside of the frame)
In a nutshell, if you need to get a slot machine fix before you go on a cruise, this is the great way to do it. Then you can use the money you were going to gamble away to buy your spouse something special instead.
P.S. I hope that I haven't offended anyone by putting this information on this board... if so, I appologize in advance. For the record, I do NOT work for that site, nor do I get compensated for referring this site.
Most importantly, I do not believe in real online gambling and I would not recommend something that I didn't trust!