Breakfast at Tiffany’s Slot Machine

The Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a slot meant for movie buffs and classics fans. Even if you are not a fan of the movie (who wouldn’t be!?), you are sure to like this 5-reel movie-themed slot that has big rewards for you. The slot game is created by the popular gaming software developer IGT, and was released in year 2011.

This slot machine is highly popular for its classic movie theme can be played at most of the casinos across the world. Whether you are in Vegas, Australia or in Macau, you will not find many casinos without the Breakfast at Tiffany’s slot machine.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Slots Machine Features

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a 5-reel slot game with 60 paylines. As it is a two-up Multi -PLAY base game, players can choose between Holly’s game or Paul’s game as the base game. The symbols in the Holly’s game include photos of Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in different poses from the movie, a brooch, several pairs of shoes, a guitar, a pair of ear rings and a couch. You can bet as low as a penny on each of the lines, and the maximum number of credits for betting is 270 credits.

There is no wild symbol per se in Holly’s game. Any symbol on the screen can be turned into a Wild symbol when the “cat” drops by and scratches on them. If you get three red bows, one of the five bonus features is triggered. One of them is a free games party bonus when you play Holly’s game. This bonus round can lead to a progressive jackpot, and can be stopped if there are too many angry neighbor calls about the wild party. In Paul’s game, the wild symbol is a picture of the actor and it can replace any other symbol to form a winning combination.

Special Features on Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The game throws up to 5 different bonuses and multiple level progressive jackpots. There are 4 levels of progressive to be precise – Holly’s Party progressive, Gold and Silver progressive and Five and Dime progressives.  You can also win bonus credits for petting the cat – just move your hand along the cat’s coat and the credits get added.

When you choose to play as Paul, a typewriter (used by Paul in the movie) appears on the screen. Tap the typewriter keys to earn extra credits during the game. The slot game also has multiplier feature, a wild feature and a bonus game feature.

There is also a Breakfast at Tiffany’s bonus, which is an interactive round where you can spin a wheel and earn more bonuses like free games, multipliers etc. In the Alley Cat bonus round, you have to touch the can to flick it and scare the cat, so it goes up the fire escape and jumps into a window that has a progressive reward for you. In the five and dime progressive, you randomly pick items from the store and collect 6 tokens for winning the progressive.

All in all, the Breakfast at Tiffany’s is an awesome slot machine from IGT that allows you to experience the timeless classic all over again, and also lets you win a little money in the process.

The Classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s Movie

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which was released in 1961, is undoubtedly a classic motion picture that went on to make Audrey Hepburn a great movie star. The movie was directed by Blake Edwards and starred Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly, a young socialite in New York, and George Peppard as Paul Varjak, her new neighbor. It also starred Patricia Neal and  Mickey Rooney in other roles.

The movie revolves around how Paul gets intrigued by the young Holly’s two distinct personalities – one of an upbeat, sophisticated socialite hosting parties and the other, a lonely, vulnerable young woman in the Big Apple. The movie portrays the life of the eccentric, single socialite with a pet cat (called “cat” in the movie), and how she goes on to fall in love with her neighbor Paul, who is fascinated with her.

Audrey Hepburn gave one of her best performances for the movie. And who can forget the haunting “Moon River”, composed by Henry Mancini, which she sings to herself. Hepburn was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role, but she did not win it. Henry Mancini, however, went on to win two Oscars for the movie – one for the best music and original score, and other for the best original song.

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