Here's your chance to take the law into your own hands as you act as the jury and the judge and prepare to lock your Facebook friends up. The Slammer Slots app can be played on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and will require you to make a guess about which of your Facebook friends has committed a whole slew of crazy crimes. What's great is that because it's using your contact list the game will be customized to each player.
In the Slammer Slots app it's up to you to find the guilty party and that guilty party is from your own list of Facebook friends. There are all kinds of crazy crimes that you'll need to solve by being the jury and the judge. Once you figure out who the criminal is you then need to decide if you’re going to let them go free or if you’re going to lock them up and make them pay for their crime. Now here's the real twist: all this is going on but in a slots type of platform. This is literally like no other game of slots you’ve ever played or seen before.
The app is a brand-new release that is free to play but there are some in-app purchases available that range in price from $0.99 to $9.99. The app requires iOS 7.0 or later to use and is rated for players 12 years of age and older. It doesn’t yet have a customer rating but customer comments are highly complementary at this point.
Notable Gameplay Features
There are a number of things to point out in the Slammer Slots app besides the fact that it's unique. The app is obviously integrated with Facebook so it has access to your friend list and their photos. As mentioned this means each player will be treated to their own unique experience. The app is also integrated with iTunes so that you can actually give the slots a spin to your own iTunes playlist. All guilty verdicts can be shared by text, email, Twitter, and Facebook for added fun.
When you do decide to hand down a guilty verdict you'll love the animation of the scene as your loved one is given a mug shot and then the jail doors will close on that shot. The game features fun voice overs, you can send in ideas for new crimes, and this is meant to be a twist on the "person most likely to" game.