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Submitted by JBedford 590d ago | review

Slots: Valentine's Edition Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): How do you go about reviewing a game like Slots: Valentine's Edition? It's a pretty good simulation of a casino slot-machine experience, yet of course you can never win any real money. Regardless of your opinions on gambling, is it even ethical to make a game like this available to its 12+ audience, particularly when there's a cash store attached to the game? Perhaps it's better to simply take the game at face value and see where it leads us. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Slots: Valentine's Edition) 3/5

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