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Net Ent Teases Motörhead Slot

Swedish betting software developer Net Ent has posted a new splash page to its site this week, revealing that they are working on a Motörhead video slot that will launch on September 22nd.

The tease was revealed as Net Ent put up a page for its "Net Ent Rocks" series of games, which includes the already released Guns n' Roses slot, and will see the release of the Motörhead slot in late summer and the release of a Jimi Hendrix slot on April 22nd. No details on the slot are available as of yet, but we do know that the game will be based on the legendary rock band, whose biggest song was Ace of Spades, which dropped in 1980. The band was fronted by singer and bass player Lemmy, who died late last year two days after being diagnosed with cancer.

Net Ent is gearing up for the release of a Jimi Hendrix slot next month, which will feature classic tracks from the legendary musician alongside traditional slot features.

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30 March 2016 - 5:33pm

NetEnt really rocks, cool idea. I guess the release of this slot has something to do with Lemmy's dead but anyway it will be great for all of us who loves Motorhead. I can 't wait to test it out the slot and hear some of their greatest songs again Headphones

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4 April 2016 - 6:11pm

I can't wait to play this game. I just hope is better that some new games that netent released in the last year.

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