LEANDER GAMES Releases MEGADETH-Branded Slot Game Player

Leander Games has released the new MEGADETH-branded slot game. This online game features images and songs from the band, multiple levels, free spins, a "Head Crusher" bonus round, and much more. Game Specs: 5 reels by 4 rows, 40 line video slot game. Top Award: 50,000 credits. Game is available now in Latin America, Tuesday, September 4 in Europe, and "play-for-fun" will be available to all soon.

Check megadethslot.megadeth.com for more information.

Note: North American players, all other players located in regions where online gambling isn't allowed, or anyone who simply does not want to gamble, will also find a "play-for-fun" version available soon. For regions where online slots are allowed, make sure you keep checking in with megadethslot.megadeth.com as some casinos will be offering a chance to win a guitar and albums autographed by Dave Mustaine!

See screen shots of the game.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)


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