Jackpot Party Gets New Slots "The Wizard of Oz: Wicked Riches", "Spartacus: Gladiator of Rome"

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WMS owned internet casino Jackpot Party has announced that it has released its newest video slot "The Wizard of Oz: Wicked Riches", a slot based on the popular movie property.

The game is a five reel video slot that features a Wicked Riches Free Spin Feature as well as a Winged Monkey game and a Tornadio game that contains a four tiered progressive jackpot. The title is the third Wizard of Oz slot, following in the footsteps of the popular "The Wizard of Oz" and "The Wizard of Oz Ruby Slippers".

A preview of the game is available for viewing below:

The other big title that was launched by WMS for Jackpot Party was Spartacus: Gladiator of Rome. The game is a 5 reel, 100 payline video slot that contains WMS' proprietary Colossal Reels features.

Commenting on his firm's releases, Williams Interactive Vice President and Managing Director of Online Operations Ohad Narkis said: "We're excited to see our players react to these two new thrilling slot titles. We're delighted to be the first online casino in the world with these games. Our players loved the first game powered by Colossal Reels, and we're sure the third unique game under The Wizard of Oz brand will live up to the high standards set by its predecessor themes The Wizard of Oz and The Wizard of Oz Ruby Slippers. Jackpot Party continues to provide our players with plenty of one-of-a-kind slots to enjoy when they next pay us a visit!".

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25 July 2013 - 2:04am

I really love these movie property games. I hate the Wizard of Oz, but I would still give this game a whirl. I just find them to be so well done... almost like a movie production in of itself in a way.