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Play the Wheel Of Fortune Slot Machine

  • Wheel Of Fortune 'Triple Action Frenzy' is 1 of 3 versions available to play online
  • Solve puzzles and spin the wheel in the bonus feature (based on the TV show)

    See below for a list of online casinos with Wheel Of Fortune
  • If you hail from North America then IGT's Wheel Of Fortune slot machine will probably be as familiar a name in a casino as you are ever likely to see. On a recent trip to Las vegas I chatted to an IGT rep who said it was by far and away their biggest ever franchise and every year new slot machines with the Wheel Of Fortune theme were released. I'd hate to think how many are out there now but I'm guessing there must be a double-figures amout of different Wheel Of Fortune slot machines in land-based casinos.

    All of which probably makes playing the online version of Wheel Of Fortune here at GSM a little less exciting than some might hope for I would expect. IGT have released at least 2 different WoF slot games online - the one you see above which is called "Wheel Of Fortune - Triple Action Frenzy" and the "Hollywood Edition" which I might try and find for the Games & Slot Machines website at some point.

    The Triple Action Frenzy version above has a few things to keep you occupied anyway. There is a "Super Wild" smbol on reel 3 where you get to multiply wins by up to 5x and two bonus rounds. One is triggered by getting the "Triple Action Bonus" symbols on a payline left-to-right whereupon you get to try and solve a puzzle, build up multipliers and then spin the Wheel Of Fortune.

    As I've mentioned elsewhere, I am not a great fan of slot machines where you trigger the feature by getting symbols on specific reels and even less so when it has to be on a winning payline. I can just about cope with IGT's popular Pharaohs Fortune slot machine which does this, but only because you can get up to 25 spins at 6x. Additionally, the Elvis The King slot provides decent entertainment with fixed-reel triggers but overall, I'm not a fan. On the Wheel Of Fortune slot the feature doesn't excite me nearly as much so it tends to be a game that passes me by to be frank. Give me Pharaohs Fortune or even Aristocrat's Choy Sun Doa which does the same reels 1-3 trick but doesn't insist of the symbols being on a payline. But again it's for free spins - just about acceptable ;)

    What will be interesting is how IGT will develop the Wheel Of Fortune slot franchise when the USA regulates online gambling and opens it's doors to Americans. It's such a huge brand there that I can't see they can do anything other than develop new and (more) interesting versions of Wheel Of Fortune for that market. When they do, I'll be the first to critique them but until then, the verdict from here is: "playable but not as exciting as it could be". TV brands like the Deal Or No Deal slot machine and the new and very entertaining X-factor Jackpot slot offer more fun than the online versions of Wheel Of Fortune slot machines IMO.