Video Slot Game on 2012 U.S. Election Goes Live
The online, browser-based title “Red, White and Who?” is a free to play game that offers players a traditional 9 line video slot environment complete with two distinct bonus rounds in a politically orientated theme.
Online-Casinos.com has released this U.S. election themed video slot to coincide with the upcoming presidential race. It was announced Tuesday, July 3.
Meanwhile, the 2012 Republican National Convention has announced that web major Google has been named the “Official Social Platform and Live Stream Provider” of the Republican presidential nominating convention to be held Aug. 27-30 in Tampa. (Read: Republican Convention Selects Google as Tech Partner)
As the electioneering is gaining momentum in the U.S., tech companies are offering a slew of solutions to make political processes efficient for the parties and candidates. (Read: How Technology is Entering the American Political Arena)
The bonus rounds make lite of the process with a feature in which the player attempts to manipulate the vote by rigging the polls by stuffing extra ballots.
The more that get counted the higher the bonus win, but the player needs to be careful; if they stuff too many they may get caught – ending the bonus round with nothing.
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The second bonus round takes the concept of a presidential race quite literally, with candidates riding down the street on their respective republican elephants and democratic donkeys after the player chooses the order in which they will finish, with accurate picks awarding a bigger win.
The game can be played online at http://www.online-casinos.com/play/redwhitewho.asp.
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