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Three of the Oddest TV-themed Slots Ever Made

Three of the Oddest TV-themed Slots Ever Made

Proving the maxim that there is no theme too strange it won’t make a good slot we present this list. These are slots that have literally carved out niches for themselves which they inhabit all on their own. If you are hunting around for something a little different, a little weird, but with good payout potential, you have come to the right place. Just sit back and relax and let us take you on a trip through the odd side of slot gaming.


This guy’s face must have graced every form of pop culture by now, so why not a slot? Everyone’s favourite cheese ball actor is the star in this off the wall game. Novomatic is the brains behind this fun slot that sees players spinning for the honour of landing Hoff symbols. And maybe, just maybe, you will be lucky enough to unlock the Hoff’s secret message.

Top Cat

Another top slot with a wacky bunch of characters is Top Cat by Blueprint Gaming. The cartoon was pretty old, but it’s lovely bunch of cats brings a whole lot of laughs and good times to the reels. The game contains a ton of extras such as:

  • Choo Choo’s Piano Wilds
  • Brain’s Water Slide
  • Benny’s Colossal TV
  • Spook’s Mice as Nice

Full details of this fast-paced retro slot can be found at

Judge Judy

Everyone’s favourite TV judge has even made it to the slot world! The game is packed with courtroom themed symbols, and Judy herself makes an appearance. How this game came together we aren’t quite sure but it kind of works, so for something totally different, check it out!

Well there you have 3 of the strangest TV-themed slots available. Each has something unique to offer the keen gambler, and it begs the question – whatever will they come up with next?


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