Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has released a trailer for the third game in its "Rocks" series, which will be based on MOTÖRHEAD.
"The MOTÖRHEAD brand is synonymous with high-octane music and has one of the last real iconic logos in music," says Gabbi Langdorf, senior licensing manager at Global Merchandising Services. "'Ace Of Spades', which will be included as a soundtrack, couldn't be a better theme song to this style of gaming and we hope not only fans, but the gaming public will appreciate the fantastic game mechanics that NetEnt are producing."
The new MOTÖRHEAD online slot, which will feature a soundtrack with the band's most popular songs, along with plenty of bonus features that reference the group's work, will be available at online casinos in September.
The official product description reads: "No band epitomizes rock and roll more than the legendary MOTÖRHEAD and now NetEnt have brought them to the reels! Join the one and only Ian Fraser 'Lemmy' Kilmister and the boys in this rockin' video slot that is the latest instalment in the NetEnt 'Rocks' series. MOTÖRHEAD Video Slot is a 5-reel, 76-line (fixed) video slot with Free Spins, Wild substitutions, a Bomber feature and a Mystery Reel feature. It's time to turn on the speakers, crank up the volume to the max and experience the excitement of MOTÖRHEAD Video Slot!"
NetEnt's "Rocks" series includes the GUNS N' ROSES online slot, which came out in January, and the Jimi Hendrix slot, which was launched in April.
MOTÖRHEAD leader Lemmy developed a slot-machine addiction while still a boy. Indeed, the name the world came to know him is said to have come about due to his habit of asking friends to "lemme [let me] borrow a quid until Friday."
Prior to his death last December, Lemmy's proclivity for pulling down the lever on one-armed bandits has long been documented and celebrated.
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