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New slots: “Three Stooges: Disorder in the Court!” from NuWorks and “Alkemor’s Tower” by Betsoft

Regardless of what you might think of the slot games developers – when you win, you likely praise their skill, when you lose the words you mutter are quite the opposite – they are a hard-working bunch. The past week has seen at least a couple of new slot releases that deserve your attention and will surely not be a disappointment.

Return of the Three Stooges – now as a slot

First up is the new video slot game titled “Three Stooges: Disorder in the Court!”, released by NuWorks. You most likely do not remember the show, but in the middle of the past century The Three Stooges were quite a hit on the American TV. The short stories revolved around farce-flavored situations and featured a lot of slapstick humor and musical skits. The new slot game, obviously, is much fun to play all around. The Stooges are there for your entertainment other than gambling. From the gaming point of view, it is a 5-reeler with 25 paylines. Being the creation of NuWorks, “Three Stooges: Disorder in the Court!” boasts the trademark auto-nudge feature. And you can win 333 times the amount you bet, which is nice as it is. Add free spins and pick’em round and you have a great game with laughs as a bonus.

Betsoft Gaming also with a new slot

The second release is the “Alkemor’s Tower” by Betsoft Gaming. It is the latest installment in the Slots3 series. The backdrop against which the reels spin features a wizard going by the name of Alkemor and, apparently, his tower where something goes wrong every now and then. Spice it up with elemental magic and you have the atmosphere of the new slot game. As for the gameplay, there are 5 reels to this video slot, great number of paylines and free spins, of course, plus assorted other bonuses. But the main thing that should bring you back to the Alkemor’s tower time and again are the four elemental magic effects that reportedly make the game replayable and offer outstanding variety.

You have the choice: back to the 1970s or a kind of magic

What are you up to, some giggly skits from seventy years ago or some magic?

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