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The Online Adult Gambling Industry’s Infusion of Anime Characters and Content Posted Jul 27, 2020

The Japanese art of Anime has always been popular within its native culture. In recent years, there have been a number of countries and cultures all over the world that have made anime a mainstream artform as evidenced by a growing number of international movies and TV shows that focus on Japanese anime themes.

No where has this been more evident than in the UK’s online adult gambling industry. Until three short years ago, it was near impossible for an anime fan to get access to gambling games of chance built around an anime theme. Today, said fans can get access to dozens of such games, thanks in large part to progressive software development companies that saw a need, heard the cries, and responded with some really cool online anime gambling games. The best sites for the UK listed to show anime games are becoming very popular, especially with Asian online gamblers.

In an effort to stay up with the times, we thought it would be a good idea to introduce three of the newest games from the anime genre. In all three cases, the artwork is exception and the game themes are relevant.

Sailor Girls (June 2020 by the Slot Factory)

The game format features 5 reels, 3 rows and 243 different ways to win. The low paying symbols are represented by a rose, a comb, a yellow bow tie, a hairpin, a perfume bottle, and a heart-shaped medallion. The higher paying symbols are represented by beautiful anime sailor girls with purple, blonde, green, and blue hair, plus a winking blonde girl. The game logo serves as the game's wild symbol, which substitutes for all other symbols except the scatter symbol. The scatter symbol (a mirror with a heart) increases payouts and ignites the free spin feature when three or more appear in adjacent spots.

Akiba of the Dead (August 2019 by Rising Entertainment)

The game format features 5 reels, 3 rows and 25 pay lines. The low paying symbols are represented by playing card numbers 9 through the ACE. The higher paying symbols are represented by zombies of different colors. The game’s logo serves as a wild symbol, which substitutes for everything except the scatter symbol. The scatter symbol ignites free spins. There is also an Elevator of Horror feature, which activates randomly with up to 15 more wild symbols added to the reels.

Crazy 88 (By Fugaso)

The game format features 5 reels, 3 rows and 21 pay lines. The low paying symbols are represented by musical instruments like a guitar, drum, and keyboards, plus a microphone. The higher paying symbols are represented by a variety of pretty anime musicians. A music note symbol serves as the game’s wild, which substitutes for everything except the bonus and scatter symbols. The bonus symbol is a CD, which ignites an interactive bonus game (choose two of five band members for prizes). An antique phonograph serves as the game’s scatter symbol, which ignites multipliers for higher payouts and a free spins round.

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