Slot Crazy has recently introduced a retro-themed Pariplay slot based on the classic Atari video game which has been around for more than 45 years. Having been chosen as the Game of the Week, Pong is now ready to dish out as many as 1,000 Free Spins to players wagering £10 on more on spinning its reels. The promotion starts on 9th April and lasts until 15th of the same month, so make sure to show up in time to collect the freebies while enjoying a popular blast from the past.
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Pong Your Way to 100 Free Games
Unlike some of the other online casino promotions, the one organised by Slot Crazy doesn’t require any luck nor skill on part of the players. As long as one meets a simple condition, Free Spins are guaranteed. To qualify, players must have an active account at Slot Crazy Casino and wager at least £10 on Pong slot during the promotional period mentioned above. The operator is willing to give away a total of 1,000 free games to be distributed evenly among all qualifying players. An individual can hope to claim up to 100 spins for playing Sharknado video slot, another Pariplay title inspired by a cult classic featuring killer sharks. Your Free Spins will be subject to 80x wagering requirements and the resulting winnings capped at £20.
Bringing the 80s Nostalgia to the Online World
Video game Pong, launched by Atari back in 1972, was a coin-operated table tennis type of game with the goal of keeping the ball in play and hoping your computer-generated or real opponent misses. It was the first commercially successful video game with gameplay later copied by several other companies. More than 40 years later, Pariplay came up with a 20-line video slot featuring retro 3D visuals and all kinds of Wild actions. Atari Wild always takes the central position and spins independently to produce a random icon or one of the game’s 6 Referee Wild symbols. It can turn into a regular substitute or an Expanding Wild stretching either vertically or horizontally, freeze in place and launch a re-spin, award a multiplier of up to x5, or start a pong game with the ball trailing 1 to 6 Wilds in its wake.
Fans of the original game will recognise familiar symbols such as Atari game console and joysticks, video game cartridges, and box TVs. After each win, ping-pong paddles placed on either side of the screen will be hitting the ball back and forth to faithfully replicate the inspirational product. Game controls have been designed to look like physical buttons and an 8-bit soundtrack comes with win sounds reminiscent of arcade games you may have played as a kid.