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First Look: Star Trek Slot Machine December 8, 2007

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Merchandise , trackback

Get ready to Boldly Gamble! Last week the gaming company WMS showed off the first Star Trek slot machines at a trade show in Las Vegas.

WMS has provided TrekMovie.com with some exclusive shots of these machines which offer up some innovative technology:

  
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New Slot Tech For Trek
These new Star Trek slot machines utilize something WMS calls ‘adaptive gaming technology.’ The technology, which is premiering on the Trek machines allows what they call "a personalized and episodic game experience." When you play the machines you will progress through Star Trek storylines and earn ‘medals’ to unlock new episodes. You can also save your progress and pick it up on any Star Trek game machine (even if it is in a different casino, even in a different city).

The Star Trek slots should start showing up in casinos in 2008. Hopefully they will be at the Las Vegas Hilton in time for the 2008 Creation Convention…where they will surely be very popular. 

Comments

1. Xai - December 8, 2007

You have got to be kidding. This is right down there with the Trek Funeral stuff. Bad merchandising choices

2. Xai - December 8, 2007

oh, and please note.. the crew images are NOT Shatner, Nimoy, etc… just close. Avoiding payouts in other ways I see…

3. Q - December 8, 2007

“”When you play the machines you will progress through Star Trek storylines and earn ‘medals’ to unlock new episodes. You can also save your progress and pick it up on any Star Trek game machine (even if it is in a different casino, even in a different city).”"

Jesus… Don’t complicate gambling… Gambling should be simple.

4. Z - December 8, 2007

this is in poor taste

5. roberto Orci - December 8, 2007

Dangerous for fans.

6. Chris M - December 8, 2007

So you can progress through to different storylines?!

Great way to make sure people don’t realise how much money they’re losing!

Not a huge fan of slot/poker machines. Back here in Melbourne, Australia if you walk through the floor of Crown Casino at 2:00am or 3:00am and you will see all sorts of people including elderly playing these machines.
Dor what ever reason they have nothing else to do and all the flashing light and bright colours make it feel like fun. Occassionally I will put $20 through and it’s gone in about five minutes. Goodness knows what some poor sap whose been on a machine all night would lose!

At least here, unlike the US, it’s the law to have the time displayed on each machine so people realise how long they’ve been on there!

Star Trek does not need this kind of attenetion!

Especially when at the moment Star Trek is receiving some reasonably positive attention!

7. Frank - December 8, 2007

I’m waiting for the Star Trek commode.

8. last o' the timelords - December 8, 2007

“The Star Trek Commode for the Captain’s Log.”

9. cyberghost - December 8, 2007

slots r 4 suckers, they have the worse odd for winning in the whole casino. All the progress will show is thru the episodes, not how you are progressivly losing your money, just look at the type of people who are playing slots and that should sum it up. Now maybe a blackjack themed table with ST cards and that’s where you will see me. Live long and prosper, no live long and lose on slots. HAHA

These slots will have little if any effect on Star Trek….good luck because you will need it on slots.

10. Edge - December 8, 2007

And you just know that this will be at the ST-The Experience in Vegas.
And if you were there, you’d play it.
Admit it!!

11. Scott - December 8, 2007

1 & 4, Agreed.
This is shameless.

12. Classic trek - December 8, 2007

#2 those images are VERY close. id say they were the actual images. surely this must be approved by paramount or else they would not be able to use the star trek trademark which is copyright?

im not sure this is in good taste. wonder what Gene Roddenbery would think of this?
cheers
greg
UK

13. cyberghost - December 8, 2007

Where are the juvenile “first” trolls that always have to be first in the comments section, usually with nothing to say? Probably not old enough to gamble, much less a slot machine or did mommy and daddy take your computer away for the weekend?

LOL

14. CanuckLou - December 8, 2007

Free enterprise – pun intended – at its worst.

15. Kev-1 - December 8, 2007

For true gamesters only.

16. star trackie - December 8, 2007

Hell, I’d drop a dollar in it! I pumped quarters into the Star Trek pinball games for a chance to with nothing but a free game.

17. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - December 8, 2007

BLECH!

18. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - December 8, 2007

Next up: Star Trek toilet paper, with a different character on every sheet!

19. Shatner for President - December 8, 2007

Well the Star Trek Experience is in Las Vegas right? I am sure someone asked why there isn’t a Star Trek slot machine already, What they need is slot machines that give you interaction and a little bang for the bucks you are loosing. I still do not support gambling . My wife has a problem with slots and gambling can become like a virus that can’t be cured.
There should really be an Experiance for Star Trek in the Bay Area and not Las Vegas the city of sin. It is not Rodenberrys vision and kinda makes me sick that it is in Las Vegas and this machine I agree is in bad taste. If it went to charity I would understand and it does so bad wisdom.

20. Kigs - December 8, 2007

Hey, I think it pretty cool. It will be a nice addition to the ST:Experience area and I hope it makes it there for the 2008 convention. I am not a big gambling fan, but I’d give it a try just to say I played a Star Trek slot machine!:)

21. Chain of Command - December 8, 2007

STUUUUPPPPPIIIIIDDDDDD!!!

Ugh…..

22. Lord Garth Formerly of Izar - December 8, 2007

HMMM. Trek Slots and some Blackjack at The Bellagio and then Scores Las Vegas. Sounds like a plan!!!!!

23. SirMartman - December 8, 2007

*Lame,,,

Whats gambling got to do with Star Trek,,

PPffffttt

24. RoboDude - December 8, 2007

To have various slot machines all over the country and elsewhere is just a real poor choice. While their at it why don’t they just set them up in the theaters lobby prior and during the release of the New Film? Its just poor PR all around. Whoever is in charge should have their head checked out.

25. Lou - December 8, 2007

they’re hoping that you’ll prosper, I guess.

26. Captain Quirk Trek Modeler - December 8, 2007

Star Trek. The coolest military adventure I’ve ever seen and the greatest capitalist adventure since the Bond franchise!

27. Buckaroohawk - December 8, 2007

This makes perfect sense to me. Trek fans are famous for throwing their money away at anything with the Trek logo on it, now they get to do it while “gaming.” It’s a match made in Stratos!

And before the flaming starts, I am joking. This is an absurd idea, but I bet (pun intended) those games will be huge moneymakers.

I just wonder if there comes a point when you have to shout “Dabo!” if you win?

28. RoboDude - December 8, 2007

This game…Its NOT of the body. It must be absorbed!

29. T Negative - December 8, 2007

I have no problem with it. I’m sure I’ll try one next time I’m in Vegas.

Some of these new slots allow you to play with as little as 10 cents a spin. If you did that, 5 bucks would prolly last a long time. Art least that way you could at least “play” it.

30. RoboDude - December 8, 2007

Time of the festival and the Red Hour and thus this game has neither a beginning or ending.

31. SPB - December 8, 2007

But do the slot machines accept quatloos or latinum…?

32. CmdrR - December 8, 2007

Pretty soon Las Vegas is gonna come looking for a piece of OUR action!!

While I think the story-line gambling is fun, I think this is a bad marriage. Trek should not be “fleece em at all cost.” The story-line one armed bandits should be themed with the Sopranos or Goodfellas or Casino (unless that’s just too on the nose.)

Sadly, the technology involved sounds like it would make a superious video game. You could leave out the gambling, and actually entertain some Trekkies… oh, and make bucks.

33. VulcanBabe - December 8, 2007

#18. And you’d buy it wouldn’t you? Heck, what Star Trek fan wouldn’t?

Progress through episodes…interesting. I admit I’d probably drop a dollar or two in just to see how it works. But unless it’s as obsessing as the episodes themselves, nothing much will come of it.

What they really need to launch is a Star Trek bed set…Spock sheets…mmm….available for an extra fee ($$$) at Las Vegas Hilton…

34. RoboDude - December 8, 2007

And while you’re putting that last quarter into that slot machine remember this: Peace be with you!

35. toddk - December 8, 2007

What a feeling to know that I’m not the only one who think’s this is in bad taste…Video games about trek are cool, and yes, some people will dump alot of quarters into star trek pinball but I doubt that someone will dump all their earnings and savings into it.

36. S. John Ross - December 8, 2007

Could be worse. Could be official Star Trek cigarettes (available in San Francisco Shipyards Unfiltered or Pon Farr Menthol), or a limited-edition collector’s set of Star Trek sniper-rifle rounds (“You can own the bullet with Kirk’s name on it!”), or perhaps a licensed Star Trek shotglass that plays the Alexander Courage tune every time you tip it back far enough … or …

Okay, couldn’t be a LOT worse. But if there’s a buck to be fleeced, people will always find a way, I guess :)

37. starfall42 - December 8, 2007

FWIW, they’re rather late to the party. Star Wars and Twilight Zone slots have been out for years.

38. The Vulcanista - December 8, 2007

When I saw this article, my first reaction was, “My God, they really will try to sell Trekkies anything.” Unbelievable.

When I’m in Vegas, I’ll drop $200 on a pair of shoes before I’ll play slots. At least I know the shoes are coming home with me.

Peace. Live long and prosper.
The Vulcanista }:-|

39. Lord David - December 9, 2007

I wouldn’t call gambling or slot machines for that matter poor taste, considering it is at the Las Vegas Hilton and ST Experience anyways, but slot machines are a little mundane, surely they could have made it interesting by offering like a Dabo table fro gambling or what not, but I do suppose there are probably laws that prohibit such a form of gambling and not much peeps would know how to play anyways! :P

40. Doorchime - December 9, 2007

What?!

No LCARS interface?

:-P

41. EnsignExpendable - December 9, 2007

Television-themed slots are VERY popular and, frankly, it’s about time Star Trek finally caught up to it.

Star Trek hasn’t been about “what Gene wanted” in quite some time and we’ve seen some successful and some not-so-successful results in that time. That doesn’t make it right but Trek is a FOR-PROFIT business enterprise and not a charity. It’s pimp (CBS/Paramount) wants it to bring home as much money as it can. It’s been called a franchise before, but it’s been turned into a brand, for better or worse.

Paramount doesn’t allow more Star Trek to be created because they love it. They commission it when they think they’ll be able to make money on it and, when they don’t, we don’t get any. (See ‘Star Trek: Nemesis.’)

Las Vegas is one of the most popular vacation destinations for people in our demographic and San Francisco isn’t. I’ve heard dozens of people–including Trekkies/Trekkers–ask “why aren’t there any Star Trek slots near the Star Trek bar?” (Their words; not mine.) Perhaps the Hilton will add these in spades since slots are the biggest money makers on a casino floor. Gambling is a multi-BILLION dollar a year industry while regular ol’ gaming just isn’t. The former appeals to a far broader segment of the population and the latter appeals to ONLY Trek fans and gamers.

I’m sure that Shatner and Nimoy will see *something* from this. They ARE using episodes in the commission of playing the game and there are character faces on the “wheels” that look like grabs from episodes.

These slots are not disrespectful (and neither are the funeral products). I’m sure we’re going to see a whole lot more things with Star Trek on them going forward, especially with the buzz for the new film coming in just over a year.

Whatever else Star Trek is or means to us, it’s still a business and has been since September 8, 1966. Back then it was about earning ratings which translated in to commercial success with the network. Now, it’s about branding, rights, and usage fees.

The only altruism in Star Trek is in the actual episodes and movies.

42. paustin - December 9, 2007

on a positive note…..it’s all TOS baby….no sharing the slot machine spotlight with others….original all the way baby

43. jonboc - December 9, 2007

Its funny to read some of these posts. My god, are you really THAT shocked and surprised? After 40 years of TOS sppearing on everything from band aids and sheets to popsickle molds and pinball machines I can’t believe anyone is surprised by this. The cash cow continues to get milked, nothing new there. Me, I like it, and I especially like that it’s TOS themed.

Hmm..I wonder if Spock shows up on screen when you plunk your money down, giving you your “odds” of winning.?

I doubt it. lol

44. Thelin - December 9, 2007

I agree 43.

They have had Addams Family, I Dream of Jeannie, and Price is Right slots in Vegas for years. Why not Star Trek? We had pinball machines and arcade games with our original crew that were in every game arcade I can remember from the late 70′s and early 80′s.

One of the largest and most reliable group of conventioneers have been making the Las Vegas Hilton their home away from home for decades. I would not be surprised at all to see this machine at all of the casinos in Vegas.

I think it is great, and I am glad the slot machine company had the good sense to go with TOS. The probably know that the largest group of Trekkies with money to drop in slot machine are probably 40-60′ish TOS fans.

It is also great timing for this to hit casinos with the release of the movie in the coming year.

This machine will be a highlight for many a Trekkie when they go to Vegas I’m sure. I know I will drop money on that machine.

45. Smitty - December 9, 2007

#23.

DABO!!!!

What’s the one Jadzia played with the Ferengi in Quark’s Bar?

Need I mention the poker games on Next Gen?

Okay.

46. badvok - December 9, 2007

A new low.

If licence holders are prepared to do this, how about a feminine hygiene product, the Photon Tampedo?? :-)

47. Rich - December 9, 2007

#46: No…what you just said was the new low.

48. MrRegular - December 9, 2007

#47 actually the new low is the “rational responders” ad that pops up on the right hand side column of some of these pages.
Tasteless and a big turnoff for fans who worship God and who need the inspiration of Trek V, thank you William Shatner, in the midst of a world getting more and more crazy by the minute.
As to Star Trek gambling, that’s too bad. I know of people who have ruined their lives by spending all of their money on these one-armed bandits. Rather they spend their hard earned money going to Star Trek The Tour than this absurd nonsense.

49. Anthony Pascale - December 9, 2007

star trek is not sacred…it is just like other ‘brands’

look around a casino and you will see licensed slot machines for Star Wars, The Sopranos, Top Gun, and dozens of other tv and film brands. Why should Star Trek be left out?

50. VulcanBabe - December 9, 2007

#49…agreed…it’s not like this is such a huge make or break issue for Star Trek
It’ll either generate attention…or it’ll be left alone and forgotten, lol.
But on another note, why not create even more common merchandise that *every* other TV and film brands have…like watches, bed sheets, board games, clocks, widely available t-shirts, etc. Compared to Star Wars, most of their merchandise is limited (and only available online).

Oh, and #46…if they make it high tech and unbelievably absorbant, I don’t care what they call it. As long as it’s cheaper than their boxed TOS DVD sets, I’m buying it, lol.

51. diabolk - December 9, 2007

Spock: “Gambling is not logical, Captain.”‘
Kirk: “Poker, Mr. Spock. Not chess! Risk, gentlemen… that’s what our mission is all about!”

52. oddballuk - December 11, 2007

I to think it’s bad taste. Whats next Star Trek flavored air. £5.00 per 20psi

53. StarTrekRockerGirl - December 14, 2007

OMG! My hard earned latinum will definitely be in danger from this!

I’d rather play a nice game of “Fizzbin” with Kirk and Spock! I’d have better odds, I’m sure! Lol!

54. Belgarion417 - March 22, 2008

Hi everyone, I just thought that I would give an update on this and let everyone know that the Star Trek slot machine had arrived at the Las Vegas Hilton earlier this month. Yes, it is in the SpaceQuest casino area just outside Star Trek The Experience. But everyone should also realize that Star Trek The Experience has nothing to do with the slot machines at the Hilton. They are both separate entities. ST the Experience leases the area it is in from the Hilton.

55. Phaethon - August 11, 2008

Why not capitolize on Star Trek,Creation Entertainment certainly does not have a problem with that,Creation has been doing that for years,it is up to Pararmount as to what will be endorsed,and what will not. I am impressed with the machine,and everyone is entitled to their own opinion.If you don’t like it don’t play,enough said.What happens in Vegas,stays in Vegas,

56. Debbie Lubick - August 25, 2008

I thought that i would let you know that the slot machine is great! Everyone who played it loved it. It has know started to branch out ito other casinos and I can’t wait to play it again!

57. Kelly - August 30, 2008

THIS GAME IS AWESOME! I just stumbled across it at the Red Rock Casino in Las Vegas and it is easily the best slot I’ve ever played (and not just because I won!) I live in Vegas and have pretty much become immune to the lure of gambling but there was actually a group of people gathered around this particular bank of slots, talking about the series, oohing and aahing over the cool features and generally just having a geeky good time.

The game features actual images and clips from the show, has motion simulator chairs with built in speakers and is only a penny machine so you can lose your money slower.

On a sadder note, Star Trek: The Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton is closing down since Cedar Fair and the Hilton can’t come to terms on a new lease.

58. Huston Huddleston - September 5, 2008

I hate to say it but I spent 4 dollars on it, it’s very very fun!

even has new dialogue by Shat

59. Joe - September 16, 2008

I played it at Las Vegas Hilton, it was ok…no biggie…..email me and I can tell you more if you wish.

60. Heather - October 1, 2008

I play these machines a lot now(I live in Vegas). I started slow with them, built up some medals won some $$, but most of all they are FUN! Those are real pics of the crew, with real bits from the show. They are more entertaining than just your average slot machine. You can collect medals and progress thru different scenarios, each time you do you can win larger and larger amounts and you don’t have to do it all at once, you save your progress and come back later to pick up where you left off. After winning over $700 on a $ .70 bet (twice!) you can believe I’ll keep coming back for more!

61. Beverly - October 8, 2008

Found the slot at Treasure Island in RedWing MN & just loved it. Played for hours & lost very little money cause it pays well. The special effects are awesome. But so far it’s a hard machine to find & when I do find it you can be sure I’ll be playing it for a long time to come.

62. Jason Novak - October 13, 2008

I beat all 3 levels and now the last level is unavaliable so now there is no point in playing it i have 165 medals i am ranked as a Commander In Chief and cannot go any further until WMS installs the 4th level what are they waiting for?

63. Kie - October 29, 2008

Wow a lot of people complaining about something they haven’t even tried. I’ve played this game several times now. I love it! It is very interactive and the pay outs are pretty good. Of course you have to play a lot to unlock the games. I have decided to share my login if anyone wants to use it feel free! It will currently only get you two extra games since I only have 103 medals but hey if your just starting out and only going to be playing once a year while your there…you might as well take advantage! If we all use the same log in we will all have access to all the games by the time new ones come out! Log in is: Sulu (pick his image) then type in Wookie and hit continue. We shared it with several Mundanes this weekend. They got more game choices and we got more medals. It was a win win, and in Vegas that is rare! FYI as we were leaving the Venetian we noticed they were setting up 4 brand new ST slots. So they are confirmed there as well as the Hilton. ENJOY!

64. Gal - October 30, 2008

Those of you who like this machine: what bet amount do you use?

I dropped $180 in a ST machine at Mohegan Sun. The bonus rounds, in my opinion, were pathetic — $1.40, $3.50. I was playing 35 cents to $1.75 a pull and won less often the more I bet. Overall, I was very disappointed by this gimmick.

65. Al B - November 6, 2008

I play the st machine at mohegan sun I personaly love the machine play a consistent 70 cents no less no more a couple of nice jackpots hit on the second screen a bunch of kirks with wilds for a hit of $254.00 win warped with spock multiplied x7 for a cool $1778.00 and another time with a whole bunch of kirks in the second screen only to have it win warped with that green lady dancing across the screen for $990.00 I have 283 medals waiting for level 4 all in all love it!

66. Kie - November 14, 2008

I’ve never played at an Indian Casino so I don’t know what the odds are there. It’s not really the machine but how loose the casino has set it up to be. I played again this weekend at the Venetian in Vegas. I played for about 4 hours at 30lines + feature at .70….so in other words 30+at .02 a line. I started with a 20.00 and at the end of 4 hours was still up 60.00. I went up and down but never below my original 20.00. Although they reset the machine that night and now it won’t let you get more than 195 medals. Thanks to others using my log on, I had gone from 103 medals to 203 medals with all the games unlocked. Then Thursday it went down to 195 and no more. I guess that is the way they insure you will play when the new game gets unlocked. Personally it took away from the game a bit. Although I did get a couple of really big jackpots (well big for my cheap butt!) 117.00 vortex, 40.00 on the tribble pin ball. All in all I still love this game and could and do play for hours. Keep using my log in and enjoy all the games. Sulu/wookie

67. Gunjalubba - November 20, 2008

First seen the game in Vegas at the Palace Station casino and logged in my charature spock. I was very impressed with the graphics and the surroundsound with the bose speakers. didnt win much but did remain on the game for quite a long time. It reminds me of the Back to the Future slot at Fantasy Springs here in So Cal desert. But what really impressed me was when I went to Pechanga in N San Diego Co. and could play my saved game there. Dont know what the man at the top was talking about the faces, these guys get paid for their likeness when ever used in any way and now they are making a small mint. Shattner is a very shrewed businessman and is no fool. Got 40 medals and will keep playing whenever the chance comes. Trekkies are gambelers too.

68. Gunjalubba - November 20, 2008

Oh and that is very bad news about Star Trek the Experience closing. I must make it there before they close. Went one time before at the L.V. Hilton and had a blast but didnt get a chance to see the borg edition. Hopefully they will give a little time for me to check it our. And again for the game……. YOU ARE TO BE ASSILIMATED. YOU WILL BE ASSILIMATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE. Sorry but had to do it.

69. starfall42 - December 6, 2008

Wow, people are still posting to this thread. Anyway, I’m in Laughlin, NV and tried it out. I really liked it, though I didn’t get too far in it (low bankroll). It sounds like they got Bill to record some new dialog for it. The Scotty impersonator isn’t real good though.

70. Kevin C - January 3, 2009

OK played this game at Mohegan sun casino in CT. For people that DON’T know how to read instructions this game can be very hard to start. Most people who sat near me couldn’t figure out how to “log” in if they wanted to. But i will say this,not being a huge ST fan at all, i enjoyed this game and after playing it for only about 45 mins i got up to 30 medals and am glad that i can use my user name when i go play again and pick up where i left off. LOTS of “bonus” games in this as well: a progressive jackpot with small medium and large payouts, one free spin bonus(very cool),one pick items till you lose bonus,and random bonus multipliers on certain hits when you win(random) all in all a pretty fun game,now just wish i could buy one of these and play it in my basement lol

71. Mark - January 5, 2009

Just got back from Vegas, and loved these machines. My non-Trekker wife also liked them. Very fun, video game-like. Just got enough medals to unlock the 2nd episode about 10 minutes before I had to go to the airport. Anyone know how long your info stays in the network database? Not sure when I’ll get back to Vegas.

72. nelda - January 8, 2009

My daughter and I play Star Trek and had a great time. We liked the fact that you could go from casino to casino and play Star Trek. We are going back to Vegas in two weeks and can’t wait to play.

And yes you lose some and win some,. I am happy to say my daughter wond some. As for me, I broke even but loved the game.

Can’t wait to go back.

73. Trekkie4 - January 19, 2009

Hey dude with 283 medals…whats ur login?? We’ll get you more medals!!!!

74. Paul - January 27, 2009

I waqs in vegas this past weekend and saw only 2 Star Trek machines at the Encore, and I was never able to play because this seemed to be the hottest machine in the casino, I am looking forward to playing it. People werer winning and it looked like a fun video slot to play.

75. Thom Miller - January 30, 2009

I love playing this game! All I have left to master is the Enterprise Incident. I love being able to log in higher than anyone else who plays.reminds me of having top score on Galaga when I was a kid.

76. Tom Patton - February 6, 2009

I think these machines are a great idea! It’s about time the casinos give the players their moneys worth of entertainment! A few years ago, I played a penny Star Wars machine at the Luxor in Vegas. I had a great time! I won enough small jackpots to keep me playing for a couple of hours….and, it was Cheap entertainment! Lots of “action” on the machine. A video screen at the top of the machine would show actual clips from the movie depending on where you were in your stage of play. It even featured a rotating Death Star at the very top of the machine and, I believe it would turn every time I won a bonus spin. AND…the cherry on the cake – I walked away with $215.00 in winnings!…and I started out with a five dollar bill.

77. GamingGal - February 11, 2009

Just a small correction, the images of Shatner and Nimoy are real…not close lookalikes.. AND the actual actors actually came in and did the voiceover’s needed on the slot machines.

I know, I work for the company that created these slots.

And regardless of personal preference, they are some of the biggest things to hit the gaming industry.

78. GamingGal - February 11, 2009

Just wanted to add to Mark who posted on January 5, 2009…since you created a user name and password, your info stays “indefinitely” as long as you dont forget your log in info! (There is no way for it to be recovered. -so if you forgot you have to start all over) You should have gotten a ticket print out with what you selected. Also you dont need to go back to Vegas to play, you can log-in to any Star Trek slot machine in any casino across America and pick up where you left off!!

79. Dan - February 16, 2009

I just cashed out with 600.00 and I started with 20.00. They have three of them at the Grand Casino Mille Lacs in MN. These machines were very intertaining and didnt cost you alot if you bet the min. I have played almost every machine that is out there and these are in the top five. You probably will have to wait to get on any of them anywhere because they are very popular.

80. jerome - February 16, 2009

i won 288.00 at treasure chest casino in kenner la i only have ten medals

81. jd - February 16, 2009

Yes!! these are fun, big time… won $100 on it the other day… best slot I have played….

82. Jedimiller - March 2, 2009

Hi all. I’m from san diego. I was playing these machines at the harrahs casino and they are fantastic! the best slot machines ever. We need more machines like these with different levels and innovative bonus features. I’m up to 130 medals I played all day long for two days and i’m going back again this week to play for 3 more days. They only have four, so you have to wait to get a seat, but it’s originality is worth the wait. OUTSTANDING machines! I recommend them.

83. Ryan - March 10, 2009

Just got back from Vegas. I loved this machine. If you’re a fan you too will love it. It’s interactive and well just a lot of fun. Plus I won a few bucks on it.

84. Pete - March 26, 2009

STAR TREK SLOTS ARE WONDERFUL AND THEY DO PAY ALOT!!!

The FIRST TIME my friend played STAR TREK 2 cent SLOTS at an Indian casino in southern California, he CASHED OUT AT ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS! The machine just kept hitting and hitting and hitting more Bonus Symbols; he played many interactive rounds of Star Trek initial Bonus (where he destroyed many Clingon vessels); then he won on the next epidose, The Tribble Bonus; and then earned enough medals for the next Episode, Trek through Space.

STAR TREK 2 cent slot machine has to be the most brilliant, fascinating slot ever devised. It is not complicated; it just has many interactive sound, light and bonus features to keep you always fascinated.

I have won money on these machines and my roommate has one a lot of times. Sometimes the machine takes a $10.00 bill quickly-othertimes you can play on a $10.00 bill for a long time. When my roommate cashed out ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, he did so after inserting only a $10.00 bill and playing for only about 30 to 45 minutes.

You need a little patience. But MAN DO THESE MACHINES GET HOT AND PAY AND PAY AND PAY. We love them! Now when we go to any new casino, we look first to play Star Trek Slots.

85. Robert - April 17, 2009

We also have them in Mohegan Sun. Is it better to play the maximum bet or the small bet? Just curious to know. It’s really a fun machine, though

86. Flo - May 7, 2009

I played this for the first time at a Table Mountain Rancheria in Friant, California. It is not a good machine. Sucks up your money too fast, pays too little, and it’s too darn loud! I was drawn to it because of course it is Star Trek, but if they really wanted to “boldly go where no one has gone before” they should let people win !!!!

87. Ruth - May 14, 2009

I just got back from Atlantic City from the Hilton casino and I loved it I put 10.00 didnt win alot but it kept me there for about 2 hours just winning on the bonuses and more bonuses I collected 9 medals so far but I was only playing for 35 cent a shot just to try it and I liked it will be playing on there when i go back. My number 1 game choice now

88. James - May 19, 2009

Looks like an online version of the star trek slot is coming soon:

http://www.startrekslot.com/

how sweet is this?

89. richard - August 18, 2009

dose anyone no where you can go down load the full game of it at

90. richard - August 18, 2009

from a web site on line

91. lucky - September 23, 2009

i put in 20 and walked away with 1000

92. Peter - March 16, 2011

A brand new Star Trek online slot based on the latest movie will also be released at http://www.virgingames.com/ on 22nd March 11.

93. carlos - May 6, 2011

I just got back from Vegas today and have to say that I really enjoyed this game. I hope they put it in the casinos in my home town. I would visit them more often if they did.

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