Penny Slot Games

Name the slot machine game development company and they have their penny slots titles. 1-cent or penny slots are designed for the entertainment of the fruit machine gambler who doesn’t have a huge budget for their gambling enjoyment. Either they don’t want to spend a lot of cash wagering on a losing proposition, or they simply don’t have a whole lot of excess American dollars or UK pounds to place their wagers. I’ll list at least one $0.01 slots game from each of the major slot machine and online casino software design companies.

While every online casino offers penny slots and every design company churns out their own 1-cent slot machines, some offer more options than others. I’ll start with the companies like Microgaming, Aristocrat and IGT-Wagerworks, which offer more famous and popular penny slots than their competitors. Then I’ll move on to Playtech, Cryptologic, RTG, and Rival Gaming. When I’m finished, you’ll have plenty of game options to choose from.

Top 20 of the Most Popular Penny Slots

Microgaming Progressive Penny Slot Games

When I mention 1-cent fruit machines, you shouldn’t get it in your mind that these pay out tiny prices. You’ll find a few penny slots which are progressive slot machines. These often are 5-reel machines and have a lot of paylines, so you’ll end up having to bet a couple of hundred pennies per spin to get in on the action. Mega Moolah Penny Slots from Microgaming is one such game title. Some penny players consider that too steep a price to pay, but if you can afford, you’ll have a chance at a massive progressive jackpot. Mega Moolah has been popular enough that it’s spawned sequels.

Big Kahuna Slots is the game way, while the Golden Goose Series also has different versions. Microgaming has by far the largest catalog of slots titles on the market today (with hundreds of slot machine titles), so it should come as no surprise they have the largest number of 1-penny slots. Here are some of the other Microgaming penny fruit machines you can play.

  • Break Da Bank Again Slots
  • Cashanova Slots
  • Chain Mail Slots
  • Days of the Tsar
  • Dolphin Tale Slots
  • Golden Goose Totem Treasures
  • Golden Goose Crazy Chameleons
  • Hunky Heroes
  • Kathmandu Slots
  • Lucky Shot Slots
  • Mad Hatters Slots
  • Mermaids Millions
  • Starscape Video Slots
  • Spikes Night Out Slots
  • The Lord of the Rings Slots
  • World Cup Mania

Megabucks Dollars Slots by IGT

I’ll discuss the best licensed penny slots from IGT in a minute, but I want to talk about the Penny Megabucks Game from IGT first. This game has the record for the largest ever progressive jackpot on a penny slots game ever. In early 2007, the Pahrump Nugget Casino in Nevada had a 66-year old man win $18,799,414 while playing the Penny Megabucks game. Just a few months prior (September 2006) at the Wynn Las Vegas, another man won a $10.8 million jackpot on a Penny Megabucks game. Your chances of hitting the progressive jackpot on this game is small, but that means those who hit it might see the progressive has climbed to a staggering amount. Keep an eye out for Penny Megabucks Slots from IGT.

Wagerworks and IGT Licensed Penny Slots

The Wagerworks series from International Game Technology has some of the most successful licensed slots in the history of casino gaming. Wheel of Fortune Slots and Jeopardy Slots are both tremendous fruit machines. Each has been about as popular as a slots franchise can be. In fact, I’d say the Wheel of Fortune Progressive Slots game is the most popular and influential slots title ever. Not only did it help create the progressive slots craze, but it also heavily influenced the incorporation of networked slots into the casino system. Both of these innovations translated well to online slots. Wheel of Fortune continues to draw in customers. Many of IGT’s competitors have created their own wheel-games, trying to capitalize on its success.  Unlike Jeopardy! Slots, Wheel of Fortune Slots has a one-penny version.

Below are some of the other IGT penny slots you might consider. Games like American Icon (American Idol) and Soul Train are based on popular musical shows in the USA, though I’m sure anyone in the UK will know the former television series appeared in the United Kingdom first under the name “Pop Idol”. Gilligan’s Island Slots is based on one of the silliest shows of the 1960’s–about a crew of 7 castaways living (somewhat at leisure) on a desert island. The passengers of the S.S. Minnow would try to get rescued each week, but Gilligan would do something which blew their chances. Why the others didn’t strangle Gilligan in about the third episode, I’ll never know why. Transformers Slots was based on a toy line and cartoon in the 1980s, but it’s now more famous as the blockbuster film series which made Shia Lebeouf and Megan Fox so famous.

  • Wheel of Fortune – IGT Penny Slots
  • Transformers Slots by Wagerworks/IGT
  • American Idol Slots
  • Gilligan’s Island Penny Slots
  • Soul Train Slots from IGT

More 1 Cent Slot Machines

Every company has their own 1-penny slots, though. Below, I list one or more games for Cryptologic, Playtech, Rival, Realtime Gaming, and Vegas Technology. These are among the best slot machine design companies in the world and they lead the online slot software development community. Name any company and they’ll offer their penny slots options.

  • Sweet Thing (Cryptologic)
  • Dr. Lovemore Progressive (Playtech)
  • As The Reels Turn (Rival Gaming)
  • Field of Green Slots (Rival Gaming)
  • Atomic Age (Rival Gaming)
  • Rain Dance Slots (RealTime Gaming)

 

 

Wheel of Chance is one of those Wheel-of-Fortune knockoff games I talked about earlier. Vegas Technology isn’t the only company to have the idea, so you can find a version in just about all these companies’ product catelog. As The Reel Turns is based on the old daytime soap opera, As The World Turns. Doctor Lovemore Slots is based on the singles dating scene, so you’ll find 1-cent slots with a lot of whimsical or funny themes. Like any other currency option, you’ll find enough of a selection that you can play just about any theme you want for one red cent. Start with the ones I’ve listed and move on from there.