Playboy Slot Machines

Though Playboy slots were created by Hugh Hefner, the owner of Playboy magazine, the slots game does not deal with nudity at all. This game was created in the 1960's and 70's when Hefner launched casinos in the US and England. However, soon Playboy casinos (especially those operated by Hefner) were banned by American and English authorities.

In the 1990's the brand came back and now playboy slots can be found all over the world. The famous Playboy rabbit has been used in many businesses to attract customers, no wonder it came to gambling.

Gambling world needed something new and enthusiastic after the introduction of Wheel of Fortune and Playboy slots were right on time.

The first slot machine of this kind was the Playboy Bonus Frenzy and had lots of new features. This machine offered max of 5 respins on winning combinations and multipliers of 2, 5 and 10. The multiplier symbol used on slots was the picture of Playboy playmates.

The next slot machine called the Playboy Playmate Frenzy and offered a lot higher payouts and jackpots. The last version of the machine, the Playboy Playmate Times Frenzy, had a lot more bonuses, multipliers. Needless to say that all slot machines had playmate designs and rabbit logo.

16 July 2009 by SlotsDoc.com
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