The six best free slots mobile games (that don't require any real money!)

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You can do just about anything on tablets these days, and that includes getting the full casino experience without ever leaving home. Beyond the classic pull-lever style, mobile developers have come up with thousands of different iterations covering every theme from fishing to zombies to Greek goddesses.

Predictably, not all mobile slots are made equal, and some are very much worth playing while others you can safely skip. Here we're rounding up six that are absolutely at the top of the pile and available to download for free. These are also all games you can potentially play indefinitely without ever laying down any real cash for in-game micro-transactions, if you bet smart and pace yourself.

If you crave that exhilarating sound of each row sliding into place in the moment before you know if you've won big or lost it all, these are the six best mobile slots games you should be downloading right now.

Red Diamonds Slots

Created by app developer See Sharp Guys, Red Diamonds Slots will immediately bring to mind classic addicting games like Bejeweled with its big, colorful slots.

Starting out with a basic machine that just uses numbers and playing card icons, newer and more impressive machines are available to be unlocked as you level up – giving a sense of progression and a reason to keep playing beyond just spinning over and over.

In a fun twist, you can randomly earn bonus picks if multiple chests land on the screen, giving the possibility to win a spin even if you lost. Free bonus spins that don't require betting any money are also up for grabs if you're lucky enough to get three or more diamonds at a time. Grab it through the Windows app store here and get to spinning!

Slots Huuuge Casino

The name is obnoxious, and the ads are equally over the top, but some of the best animations and imagery in mobile slot gaming are found in this fun Greek mythology-themed game.

While many games stick in the hundreds or thousands of digital credits, Huuuge Casino ups the ante and starts you with 50,000 – and gives you an extra 10,000 every 10 minutes! The bigger numbers create a higher stakes feel, as most bets start at a minimum of 2,500.

While a level progression system is implemented here, you get slot machines themes around Zeus, Aphrodite, and Dionysus right off the bat. After getting a feel for the game and earning some credits, the VIP Riches Of Cleopatra room provides big wins by completing a range of challenges, but the minimum bet is a whopping 100,000!

If you're feeling lucky, grab this one for free through the Google Play store here.

Zombie Casino Slots

Wait.. zombie slots?!? Yep, and it's actually really fun. This one shakes up what you think of as a casino game, replacing the 7s, bars, and diamonds with such horror staples as Molotov cocktails, rotting corpses, bloody axes, and damsels in distress. It's all backed up by an appropriately horror movie themed soundtrack that's worth the price of admission alone.

Rather than earning free spins by getting diamonds, Zombie Casino Slots instead lets you play carnival style mini-games when you earn bonus chests. In between spins you'll do everything from the classic coin drop game to picking tarot cards.

If you win long enough, eventually you'll graduate from zombies and unlock vampire and succubus-themed slots machines. This Slots Star title is up for grabs right here.

If you dig this style but prefer something more along the lines of Gothic, candlelit romance with poisoned goblets and well-endowed ladies in corsets, be sure to check out Best Ghost Stories Slots instead.

Full House Casino

More a complete suite of games than a simple mobile slots simulator; Full House Casino comes with dozens of gambling games despite only being a 12 MB download.

There're plenty of table games, but the draw is the wide variety of slot machines on display. From cute little chibi characters to the obviously Frozen-themed Freezy Slot machine or Candy Crush-style Candy Break room, there's something for everyone here in this collection released by mobile developer Me2on.

Triple Double Slots

Rocket Games produces this mobile slot title that goes for more of a classic style, rather than focusing on the video game mechanics.

Triple Double Shots is for those who want the experience of huge Vegas slots that have the giant pull lever, and it really nails the feel of sitting in a casino from the comfort of your couch (and without the haze of smoke to boot).

While the aesthetics are old school, they didn't completely forget that this is a mobile game, so, of course, there're hourly bonuses to unlock and new themed machines to access the longer you play.

Pot Head Slots

Turns out not everyone wants a stiff drink in hand while spinning the slots, as some prefer a more "herbal" solution to unwind while playing the machines. For you folks, there's the tongue-in-cheek Pot Head Slots!

You might think this game from ONCRStudios is just a gimmick meant to cash in on a certain crowd, but it's actually a legitimately fun slots title, although it is a little more ad-heavy than the other games on this list.

Featuring a Rastafarian pirate mascot, Pot Head Slots has you spinning in hopes of getting rows of laced cookies, big ol' doobies, “water pipes,” smoking toucans, and even more amusing paraphernalia for the glassy-eyed slots player.

There's a mind-boggling number of mobile slot games out there for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.

These six games all caught our attention with their fun mechanics, slick art style, and ability to play long-term without dropping any serious cash, but there's easily dozens more that are worth trying out.

Be sure to let us know what you thought of these picks, and recommend your favorite slots games for casino players on the go!

Published Jan. 4th 2016

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Ty splits his time between writing horror fiction and writing about video games. After 25 years of gaming, Ty can firmly say that gaming peaked with Planescape Torment, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a soft spot for games like Baldur's Gate, Fallout: New Vegas, Bioshock Infinite, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. He has previously written for GamerU and MetalUnderground. He also writes for PortalMonkey covering gaming laptops and peripherals.


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