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Popular movies tend to get made into various games in order to continue bringing the magic of it to people. In this way, the film can keep making money for the studios and remind players that it exists. Many movies have been made into successful video and PC games, including classics such as Alien, Godzilla, Rambo and Pirates of the Caribbean. These games cover the action and fantasy genres, creating fast-paced and thrilling games that teenagers through to adults can enjoy. On the other hand, there are also a number of animated movies, such as Cars, that have been made into games as well, allowing the younger generation to have access to their favourite movies in game form.

With the rising popularity of online casinos, many movies have now made the transition to a variety of different casino games as well. This is particularly true of the slot games, where there are now numerous different titles associated with movies. For example, the film Phantom of the Opera has had a number of different incarnations within the slots. There is NetEnt’s Universal Monsters Phantom’s Curse that incorporates all the thrills and chills associated with this story, and Microgaming have also released their version of the film, with their Phantom of the Opera slot game giving players plenty of options.

The Planet of the Apes has also been given the slot treatment with an input from NetEnt. This game really brings the feel of the movie to the small screen. The soundtrack, music and symbols are all carefully crafted to follow the movie’s themes and atmosphere. The symbols are the apes from the film, with Caesar of course, being a prominent icon. There are also a plethora of bonus features that will keep any player happy.

Bringing movies over into the online casino world has proved to be an extremely popular decision and allowed the films to live on for their fans.

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