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Slot Machine iPhone Dock: Proportionally Less Depressing Than Real Thing

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I've learned two important things today: I can turn my iPhone into a tiny slot machine, and "appcessory" is a word now. Jackpot Slots—which is both an iPhone app and a dock—just made someone's tech-savvy grandma very happy.

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The Jackpot Slots dock costs $40, but that includes the eponymous app that gives you access to several different slot games "of varying levels of difficulty." Which I assume encompasses "random luck" and "extra random luck." You can also compete in slot tournaments, win prizes, and suffer your crippling gambling addiction in the comfort of your own home.

Hey, still beats a trip to Reno any day. [Jackpot Slots via Cult of Mac]

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Dude, just because you're unlucky at slots is no reason to dis the app or dock.

My wife is super lucky on slots. She can walk up, pump a $1 worth of quarters in and hit a small ($100-150) jackpot.

Last time she was in Vegas she hit a $1300 jackpot on a nickle machine. Yeah baby!