Gamble on 'American Idol,' 'Sex and the City' slot machines

bilde.jpgIf you're over 21, you can now play slot machines based on two of your favorite shows, "American Idol" and "Sex and the City."

Both slots were new releases at the 2009 Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. In "American Idol," slot players can trigger a bonus round that lets them become one of three judges -- Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi or Randy Jackson -- and then plays video clips of past contestants, good AND bad.

According to Sphere.com, Paula Abdul was the lone holdout participant even BEFORE she announced she was leaving the show. Innnteresting.

Meanwhile, the "Sex and the City" slot machines are subtitled "Change of a Dress." Clever, no? They feature bonus rounds that include video clips of all four women plus Mr. Big.

International Game Technology spokeswoman Julie Brown told Sphere, "There's shoes and purses and lots of bling and big bonuses and the music track, and it's a very interactive game."

Speaking of Mr. Big, Chris Noth helped unveil the "Sex and the City" slot machine in Las Vegas. Video below.



What other shows would make good slot machines? We're envisioning either a "Gossip Girl" slot machine that is only featured in the high limit room or a "Lost" slot machine that gets so complicated you just get up and leave.

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