3D Slot Machine Comes to hk prize

May 27, 2022 0 Comment

888 Holdings, the company that operates 888poker and hk prize has announced that they are offering the world’s first 3D slot machine.

The game, which is called Magical Forest, is a 3-reel, 5-payline slot set in the forest. The reels feature things one would associate with a “Magical Forest”, including logs, mushrooms, berries, stars and emerald rings. Matching three mushrooms reveals their “secret powers”, while emerald rings increase the payout by 5x!


Obviously, the most exciting feature of the new slot is that players can view it in 3D. With the use of 3D glasses, the game will come to life right in front of excited players. For players without 3D glasses, the game can also be played in standard 2D.


While the game is currently exclusive to 888games.com, the game could be featured on 888 Holdings other domains, so others with 3D glasses will be able to experience the 3D slot.


Itai Pazner, Chief Operations Officer for 888, said in a statement about the release of the game, “There is absolutely no question that three-dimensional gaming is the next big innovation in online gaming. 888 has, once again, responded to players’ and the market’s needs by expanding the boundaries and opening the arena to the next generation in online gaming experiences with three-dimensional casino games.”


New Jersey Governor Vetoes Legal Gambling Bill


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed a bill which would have legalized online poker and gambling within state borders.

It’s a decision which has sent shockwaves through the gaming world. Many proponents of poker legislation have admitted to being somewhat blindsided by the ruling, since there were so few indications of the Christie’s leaning on the matter.


The good news here is this – While the Governor did vote down this particular incarnation of the bill, he did suggest that his contemporaries could breathe new life into the crusade by utilizing a voter referendum.


The Governor explained his reasoning as follows:


“In my view, the creation of a legal fiction deeming all wagers to have ‘originated’ in Atlantic City cannot overcome the clear and unambiguous language of the State Constitution.”


“The expansion of gambling in New Jersey has been slow and cautious,” he said, noting public concerns about the “potential ills” of betting. A recent poll said 67% of New Jerseyans were opposed to Internet gambling.


“If the Legislature believes that expanding gambling outside of Atlantic City is in the best interests of the State of New Jersey, it should place the question on the ballot for the voters to decide.”


Christie has also expressed concern that gambling would pop up in internet cafes and nightclubs, against the will of the owners. He also objects to the idea that some of the profits from online gambling would be diverted to the horse racing industry, as currently outlined in the bill.


“This is a setback in that it slows it down,” said Joe Brennan, executive director of the Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association. “But all indications we have is the governor wants this, but it’s that he wants it done right.”


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