It should come as no surprise that the most watched TV show is also one of the most popular slot machine themes in casinos today. This popularity outside of the casino has helped make Big Bang Theory one of the most popular slot machine in casinos.
The video slot machine(s) by Aristocrat are easy to find in casinos. The Big Bang Theory slot machine is available in no less than three different versions and multiple denominations. Depending on which casino you visit, you may find the original Big Bang Theory available in two versions of the Helix Wonder Wheel or newer versions in the Arc cabinet or gigantic 84 inches tall Behemoth cabinet. Larger casinos may have a mix of these games.
Even though there are different versions of the Big Bang Theory slot machines, each form is heavily focused on the TV show and the individual characters. There are bonuses, features, and scenes from the TV show featuring Penny, Leonard Hofstadter, Sheldon Cooper, Raj Koothrappali, and Howard Wolowitz. Unlike some TV or movie themed slot machines there are a lot of scenes from the Big Bang Theory in this game.
There’s a lot of action in every version of Big Bang Theory slot machines. The original Helix Wonder Wheel version of the game has 10 bonus features, three mechanical wheels, and 4 video slot displays. Each slot game has 5 reels and 50 pay lines. This is penny slot machine has a minimum wager of $2 when you play all four games. Meanwhile, The three-reel video slot machine in the Behemoth cabinet features 15 pay lines. This version of Big Bang Theory is most often a $1 per credit slot machine.
Bonus rounds in the Big Bang Theory video slot machine are as important for the entertainment you derive as they are for the jackpots. There are bonus rounds for each of the main characters from the TV show. The bonus games include the Penny Friendship Paradigm, Hofstadter Collision, Koothrappali’s Scavenger Vortex, Howard’s Mystic Warlords of Ka’a, Cooper Roommate Agreement, and the general Electron Progressive bonus. Here’s what to expect from each fun bonus round game.
Cooper Roommate Agreement: This bonus round is a slot game that might look familiar. It’s laid out in a magazine fashion similar to the comic book layout of the Joker bonus in the Batman and Robin slot game.
Hofstadter Collision: This is a Free Spins game with a multiplier. The best feature with this bonus is that you pick the combination of spins and multipliers you want to play from four options.
Howard’s Mystic Warlords of Ka’a: Here you choose a Hero Card from the Mystic Warlords of Ka’a game and a hidden cash bonus.
Koothrappali’s Scavenger Vortex: This bonus round allows you to choose between puzzle pieces and “other people’s dirty laundry” to win a single bonus or all of the bonus prizes.
Penny Friendship Paradigm: The screen fills with pictures of Penny and one of the guys above, or “Soft Kitty” and then you win a certain number of free spins.
Electron Progressive Bonus: Pick a prize and win a random cash bonus or the machine’s progressive prize.
Additionally, you’ll find different random bonuses for each version of the game. All penny slot games are volatile and the Big Bang Theory is no different. When you play a themed slot machine it’s usually for entertainment. The bonus rounds in many of the Aristocrat penny video slot machines come often so that you can play often and see more bonuses and features. This version of the game might be short on big jackpots but it’s big on entertainment and action. The Behemoth version of Big Bang Theory has fewer bonuses but naturally, has bigger jackpots, and progressive payouts since it’s often a $1 game.
Big Bang Theory is produced by Aristocrat, which means that while it is not currently available at any online casinos, there is a good chance that it will be seen soon, assuming the game retains its popularity. Another victim of the current strict online gambling environment in the United States, it would be more likely to see this game at UK online casinos in the near future, except that its popularity as a TV show is primarily in the US. We would estimate that it is a toss-up as to whether Big Bang Theory ever sees an internet version.