March 26th, 2008
It's been a long wait for the online version of the Wagerworks' Elvis Slot, but it's finally arrived. The Elvis multistrike online slot with its exciting bonus features really rock and rolls.
The Elvis slot was supposed to appear in 2007, but it's taken longer than expected to finally make it on to the Internet. The original casino slot machine version was a firm favourite in Vegas and has even appeared as a fruit machine variant in the UK, but the online Elvis Slot version has all the extras of the original and is so much better for it. Wagerworks has done a fine job converting the many great features and keeping the immersive play fresh online.
The Elvis Slot surprisingly is found on only two online casinos presently, Virgin Casino and Paddy Power Casino. Being a Wagerworks' slot it will also therefore not be found on online casinos accepting US players. Whether it will be made available for US players in the future is not certain and it's a shame that the online slot cannot be played by Elvis' fellow countrymen, but what is certain is that loads more non-US online casinos will carry it in the coming months. No doubt Elvis fans all over the world will be keen to play.
The boom over the past year for themed online slots doesn't look like abating, with Osbournes Slot, Hitman Slot, and Wolfrun Slot appearing in quick succession of each other, with still to come the eagerly anticipated queen of slots Lara Croft - Tombraider 2 Slot. It's no surprise too when the industry creates easy to get into slots like the Elvis Slot with its accessible non-download version which is available and packed with so many bonus features. In the new slot the Mr Presley himself accompanies the player with songs, words and video footage on bonus win areas like the 2x and 4x multistrike, Fan-o-Meter, Pick a TV and Photo Memories. Like a Viva Las Vegas show he accompanies wins with some well chosen words and lyrics.
The King is back and like its land based slot counterpart, the Elvis multistrike slot definitely rocks and rolls. As the great man himself sang... 'A little less conversation, a little more action please.'