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The team behind this site have extensive knowledge of the gaming market and work with most of the best known suppliers in the industry to bring you some massive, blockbuster, slot game titles!
Don't take our word for it, take a look at our all games page! You'll see that we have an impressive selection of online slots (as you'd expect with a name like ours!), including high jackpot games, table games and even a splash of bingo, for those of you looking for a full house.
We're particularly fond of our old fashioned styled slot machine games such as, Bar Star, or Bar Bar Blacksheep, the sort of old school games that may remind you of the traditional pub style fruit machines, or fruity's if you're down with the lingo.
Most importantly, Slot Machine is committed to providing a safe and fair environment for you to enjoy your favourite games, whilst keeping gambling safe. As such, we recommend you visit our responsible gambling pages and familiarise yourself with how to set deposit limits. Our site is fully licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and details of our license can be found here.
Please be assured that if you need help at any point, our customer services team will be pleased to assist you and can be reached by email. We also have a handy FAQs page which is worth a check before putting pen to paper (or fingers to keypad, as is the case).
We look forward to welcoming you to our site and hope our brand will become your first choice for online slots.
Top Fruit Machine style games:
To whet your appetite and show you what we're made of, we've compiled a small selection of our favourites. These are pub-style classics, proper pokies, fantastic fruties, super slots... Or whatever you want to call 'em:
1. Down The Pub
It's all in the name with this classic video slot, by Playson. Down the pub is the epitome of the pub styled fruit machine. Enjoy some classic action and see if you can line up those BARs.
2. Ted Pub Fruit Series
In this pub-style classic, Ted holds the key that would unlock the Big Money Bonus which could see you scoop 1000x your stake.
3. Bar X Safe Cracker MEGAWAYS
With over 100,000 ways to win, thanks to the use of MEGAWAYS mechanics, this slot machine is a great contender.
4. Bar Star
A game with traditional symbols. This fast-paced machine features free spins, scatters and a three-level progressive jackpot.
5. Bar X Hot Spins
This is the classic slot that got pimped! This revamped classic offers extra features such as Hot Spins and has been amped up with 5 reels and 10 paylines! Wowzer!
*RTP may change from time to time. For accuracy, see the informational area of the slot game in question (accessible by clicking 'Play' on the game logo from our 'All Games' tab) - you'll need to be logged in to do this.
In addition to these slot machine masterpieces, we do also have all the modern-day classics you'd expect, such as Fluffy Favourites, Irish Luck, Rainbow Riches and so on. If you need further persuasion, see our full list of slot machines here.
Slot Machine trivia!
There's a boatload of trivia available on this website, so much in fact that it ended up spilling out onto our homepage - here's the best of it!
Where you are in the world causes variation on how people refer to slot machines, take a look:
- England: For us here in England, they go by slot machine or even 'fruit machine'.
- Scotland: Travel north into Scotland and the same beast becomes a 'puggy'.
- Canada: Stumble into Canada and you'll probably wonder why they prefix 'the' to slots. Unfortunately, we can't help you on the why, but we can confirm it's what the Canadians do. So expect 'the slots' if you're travelling that way.
- Australia: A trip down under (where slot machines are everywhere) may leave you curious about 'poker machines' or 'pokies'. You guessed it, they're slot machines.
- The 1981 hit, '3 bells in a row' by Tenpole Tudor and Jools Holland’s, 'Oranges and Lemons Again' (with the verse: 'All three bells in a row') were inspired by Fey’s handy work, the invention of the Liberty Bell. You probably don't need telling that three bells in a row were a great thing for anyone playing.
- 'BAR', which is famously found on the reels of many a machine, was so named due to a slot machine being developed to vend bars of chewing gum. Three bars in a row would have probably meant minty fresh breath for someone - and yes, we fact-checked that bit too... William Wrigley and Henry Fleer treated the world by mixing mint extracts into chewing gum in 1914.
A Brief (60 seconds) of history...
The internet is full of lengthy, dull guides to slot machines, pure, mindless dross for the most part. However, ours of course (referred to below), is the witty, well-written exception and can be found below! But for those whose interest is more of a fleeting curiosity, we think the next couple of paragraphs should bring you up to speed, speedily.
-In 1894, Charles August Fey cobbled together the first known machine to resemble what we now know as a slot machine. Put more precisely, he created the first-ever, coin-operated gambling machine! Snazzy!
-Skipping a few significant inventions (the meters running), good Ol' Fey knocked together another machine. This one would be known as the Liberty Bell and it was quite a thing to behold. It was the first machine to have bells printed on the reels and marked the pinnacle of Fey's career, in our opinion. More importantly, though, this was the machine that kickstarted further development of slot machines. A catalyst, if you will.
-Next up, a few twists on Fey's handiwork, necessary due to new rules, saw the introduction of a law circumventing slot machine that dispensed chewing gum. More relevant today is the fact that this machine blessed the world with the reel label 'BAR' - a fascinating story that would totally blow our 60 second timer. Throw in the work of Mills Novelty Co and Industry Novelty Co and you get machines with jackpots too. Kerching! (potentially).
-The 70's brought us the video game Pong (yay) and also, courtesy of the Fortune Coin Co, the video slot machine, which later in 1994 became dual screened (enabling bonus rounds).
-The 90's brought us the internet. For the slot machine this meant an eventual move online, bringing us, give or take about a thousand additional developments, to where we are today here at SlotMachine.co.uk
If you're on a quest for knowledge, we'd suggest you take a visit to our ever-growing guide to slot machines, a resource which we hope will become the most comprehensive on the internet, it's growing by the month and it's a place where you can geek out to your heart's content.
Please note that the RTP may change from time to time. For accuracy, see the information of the slot game in question (accessible by clicking 'Play' on the game logo from our 'All Games' tab. You'll need to be logged in to do this)