Not many people nowadays would have heard of the hit TV series Cheers as it was released during the 80's but for those who end playing the latest game from WMS, Cheers Video Slots, will definitely want to watch it.
The Cheers Video slots is a great game that is based on the TV show that aired between 1982 and 1993 and incorporates many of the famous characters within the game to make the overall experience nostalgic and funny (for those who have seen the show).
The audio that plays in the background of the game is the famous soundtrack from the beloved show and for those who are familiar with it will enjoy playing this slots game. Not only will the fans of Cheers and slots machine enjoy the video graphics and exciting gameplay but they will enjoy reliving the TV series that captured the hearts of many people.
This game was designed and created by the big gaming company, WMS using BLUEBIRD and CPU NXT. These systems helped enhance the sound quality as well as the processor and graphics card in order to recreate the TV show into fun-filled and exciting video slots game. For those who are familiar with the TV series will be transported back in time as the game includes voice-overs from all the different characters on the show including Sam Malone, Carla Tortelli and Cliff Clavin.
The game also uses the theme song from the show as the backdrop during regular play plus clips from the series during the bonus songs. This game will definitely be loved by those who are die hard fanatics of one of the most loved TV show in US television history.
The game is essentially based on regular slots machine which you normally find in a casino. Instead of having three reels, the video slots version is a five reel slots game that has 25 pay lines. This gives the players a chance to have a lot fun while winning some money as well. The symbols that are used in the game are represented by the different characters from the TV series while the face cards are represented by the same lettering. This makes the game seem more realistic as those who are familiar with the show will undoubtedly associate with the game easily. The players will have to spin the reels and match the different symbols in groups of three or more over the different reels. Depending on the symbols that are matched the game will give different amounts based on the bets per pay line.
The Game has three mini-bonus features to give the players the chance to win more money free of cost. If there are five wheel symbols that are aligned during an active pay line, then the game will go to the Lucky Bonus Round Wheel. This game will give the players the chance to multiply their winnings which makes the game more attractive and more exciting at the same. The mini-bonus wins have multipliers that go up to a maximum of 100 times which is amazing for a video game slots.
When the bonus round is activated, the players will have to spin the wheel to get a chance to win a certain multiplier or they can land on the mini-bonus round which includes the Cliff, Norman and Sam re-spin feature. When the Cliff feature is unlocked, the players will have to select one book out of eight to get a certain multiplier. One of the books has the option to award all the multipliers to give the players a big bonus win. When the wheel lands on the Norm feature, the players have to choose one out of three coasters with a chance to win the 100 times multiplier.
The Sam Re-spin feature gives the player another chance to spin the wheel where the multiplier again can be won up to 100 times. During each win, the game will show different clippings from the show to make the game more realistic and interactive. The voice-overs from the characters will add to the nostalgia of all Cheers fans as well.
Cheers is an American TV sitcom which lasted for 11 seasons between 1982 and 1993. The show was created by James Burrow, Glen and Les Charles and it revolves around a group of people who are all residents of Boston that meet at the Cheers bar where they catch up for a drink. The main theme song Where Everybody Knows your Name was a popular song back in the days and it was written by Gary Portnoy and Judy Angelo. The show has won an astonishing 28 Emmy Awards while being nominated for 117. It is ranked at number 18 on the TV's Guides 50 Greatest TV Shows of All time in 2002.