The fact that this slot-machine simulator costs nothing is by far its most appealing aspect. The interface doesn't resemble the types of slot machines you'd play in casinos; instead, you'll simply see a five-sectioned reel sitting in the middle of a desert-island style landscape.
Though the graphics are rudimentary and the sound effects nonexistent, the whole thing is at least colorful. You are given $20 to gamble with, and you bet a quarter per spin. You cannot add money to your bankroll or change the amount of the wager. And since Slot Machine lacks any sort of help files or documentation, we're not sure what the payouts are or even how you rack up a win.
Still, if you're looking for a little mindless fun for no financial commitment, it won't hurt you take this tiny game for a spin.
This is a 3D-slot machine with a desert backdrop. You are given $20 to start, and hopefully you will find the luck to turn this into a fortune. This game was programmed using OpenGL and C++ and even comes with the source code. Version 4 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.