Star Trek slot machine

$1,995.00

Video slot machines are typically multi-denominational and are coinless. Coinless means that the machines will take all the new bills $1-$100. Many of the video slots feature multiple bonus games. These are extremely popular games for people who enjoy a lot of interaction, sound and fun. This machine come with an LCD monitor, making it a great game for home use.

Specifications

  • WMS Bluebird Machine
  • Protocol SAS
  • Casino Top
  • Black Cabinet (Typically)
  • Machines are 100% complete
  • Powered tested, cleaned and bubble wrapped by our technicians
  • Machines work stand alone

Description

Star Trek slot machine

The Star Trek slot machine is a Williams Bluebird 2 slot machine. This machine features great graphics and also fantastic sound. Furthermore, the gameplay is interesting and involved. The Star Trek slot machine makes great addition for home or casino! Very entertaining for your customers.

Williams Bluebird 2

The Williams Bluebird 2 slot machine is an innovative, user-friendly line of slot machines. These slot machine features great technological advances such as a dual 22” widescreen HD display, a powerful CPU NXT2 technology platform, and Next Generation Bose audio system. This is one of the best slot machines out there for usability and supportability. Thus players enjoy a wide selection of different styles of game play. Furthermore, these beautifully designed WMS Bluebird 2 machines have been a success with slot players since its release. In fact, are several themed games available like “Star Trek”, “Lord of the Rings” and “Monopoly.”

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