Hot Slots

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Hot Slots
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Publisher(s)Hacker International/Panesian
Genre(s)Simulation (slot machine)

Hot Slots, or AV Pachisuro (AVパチスロ), is a slot machine simulation video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System developed by Idea-Tek, and published by Hacker International/Panesian in 1991.

AV Pachisuro is the title of the Japanese release for the Family Computer (or Famicom); Hot Slots (titled Hot Slot in-game) is the English-language version of the game published for the NES. The title AV Pachisuro combines the Japanese-coined English initialism AV (adult video) with the Japanese contracted word pachisuro (a portmanteau of pachinko and slot).


To begin a game, the player chooses one of three slot machines: Cutie Bunny, Juicy Fruits, or Las Vegas. Each machine has a distinct visual design and musical score. After purchasing "medallions" (token coins), the player may play up to five medallions in a machine for each pull. The player stops each reel by pressing a direction on the D-pad. Between spins, the player can optionally switch to another machine.

Hot Slots is an eroge, a video game that rewards game progress, persistence, or performance with images that are sexually explicit or suggestive. Each slot machine is accompanied by a scantily-clad hostess, who appears at intervals when the player's winnings surpass a certain threshold. When the player nets a profit of $210, the game displays a full-screen cartoon image of the partially clothed hostess with a caption or speech balloon. At a net profit of $300, she loses more of her clothing; at $450, she appears nude.


Allgame gave the game a rating of 1 star out of a possible 5.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ jbholio. "Unlicensed NES Games Guide". Archived from the original on 5 February 2007. Retrieved 1 April 2010.

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