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Gaming machines in pubs quick guide - Gambling Commission
The first American video slot machine to offer a "second screen" bonus round was Reel 'Em In , developed by WMS Industries, Inc. in 1996.  This type of machine had appeared in Australia from at least 1994 with the "Three Bags Full" game.  In this type of machine, the display changes to provide a different game where an additional payout may be won or accumulated.
These select games are the titles that made each of these vintage gaming machines special. They will all forever remembered fondly by the owners of these unique systems.
Each of our games is identified by denomination and color. This categorization will determine which jackpot amount you are playing for.
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Gaming machines refers to any form of electronic machine or terminal on which games can be played. It usually means a slot machine .
We think it would be a mistake to get anything less than a 386 clone with, at least a clock speed of 33 mhz. If possible, get a 486 clone with a faster speed. Get four megabytes of RAM and at least 100 MB on your hard disk. If you've never dealt with a C> prompt before, do yourself a favor and put Windows on the machine as your primary interface. If you're comfortable with the same DOS that you see on your friends' machines, go with DOS . Get a mouse, if you can afford it, and a sound card that is either AdLib or Soundblaster compatible. If you do win the lottery, throw in a CD-ROM, too. That's the basic game machine for today's games.
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