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    Beetle Star Slot Machine

    From the people at Casino Technology comes this video slot game featuring The Beatles. Casino Technology is one of the better-known businesses out there dealing with a variety of casino-type games, and slots are no exception. Known for producing a variety of high-quality title that many gamblers have enjoyed getting stuck into. Being honest, Casino Technology has yet to make a truly bad game. Given that reputation, Beetle Star is a game that is riding the hype machine prior to its release.

    Given its Fab Four theme the big question is, how will Beetle Star measure up to the Casino Technology games that have come before?

    Beetlemania Has Arrived!

    Picture it, 1960s America. There is a certain set of sounds, images, and emotions that one thinks of when describing this period of history. Think of free love, marijuana and LSD, the Vietnam War, college protests, and music. Many of the greatest bands to have ever existed have their origin in this iconic period of history, and the greatest of them all were The Beatles, who aren’t even an American band! So as you can imagine, nothing would serve as a better basis for a video slots game than the Fab Four. Making an ‘appearance’ in Beetle Star, or at least appearing to do so due to copyright reasons, are Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon.

    The Beatles But Not As You Know It

    Curiously, the spelling of the game is “Beetle” and not “Beatle”, which may be confusing to some people who expected this game to revolve around the eponymous insect. Perhaps serving as their way of acknowledging the homophone, the first thing you will likely notice is that the members of the Beatles themselves are rendered as humorous insect-like caricatures in a trippy array of colors.

    Other symbols like fancy letters and flowers serve as compliments to the general overarching theme of 60s nostalgia. One of the symbols consists of an exuberant, goofy-looking star that adds yet another humorous touch to the game’s sensibilities.

    Step Into The Groove

    Beetle Star offers some really groovy 3D animations and an even groovier soundtrack and appearance to go with it. It’s a well-known fact that the Beatles were fond of using acid and weed during their period of peak creative output. The game’s colour palette is designed to reflect the stereotypical acid trip that they would probably have experienced when dropping a hit of LSD and writing their next album. The graphics of the buttons themselves have the smooth gradients and boundaries typical of vector graphics used to make these types of games. The game plays very smoothly, lacking the lag and stutter found in some other lower-quality offerings.

    Here, There, And Everywhere

    From a technical standpoint, the layout is clean, intuitive and relatively typical for the average video slots game. You have your standard betting buttons, as well as options to change the denomination of coin used as well as the number of paylines in play. You have the option to auto-spin if you don’t want to click the button every time. Options to change the language and sound levels can be seen in the bottom-right corner.

    From Me To You

    There are 10 paylines in play, a non-progressive jackpot of 150 coins and a multiplier, so you have the chance to win big if you hit the slots right! You also have the potential to earn free spins, but there are no bonus games. The “Beetle Star” image serves as the wild symbol, increasing the potential to achieve a winning spin. The size of the coin denominations you can put into play range from 0.01 to 0.5 dollars, which makes Beetle Star a relatively inexpensive option for the casual slots player looking to drop just a few bucks.

    Don’t Let Me Down

    Beetle Star is quite a fun diversion for those looking to have a blast playing slots featuring some of the most famous musicians ever to have lived. Clearly deriving its influence from the once-widespread Beatlemania fever that swept the globe in the late 1960s, this game cleverly riffs on those sensibilities to bring you a fun and interesting video slots game. Well made, graphically vibrant, glitch-free and aesthetically pleasing, you could easily find yourself playing this game for an extended period of time.

    The lack of a free spins bonus might be disappointing to some who expected a bit more variety in the gameplay, but this game still stands as a solid entry worth taking a look at.

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