Howard The Duck – Michael and Lawrence travel through a parallel universe with our favorite anthropomorphic waterfowl to watch him make love to a new species. A new breed of hero trapped in a world he never made.You will believe that a duck can talk and will be more adventure than humanly possible. A sarcastic humanoid duck is pulled from his home world to Earth where he must stop an alien invader.
80s music and slot machines have several things in common – both are colorful, lively, and they make us feel good. There’s something about this generation that makes people want to relive those wonderful memories. Aside from Pac-Man, Reebok Hightops and Gremlins, another factor could be the music. There’s so much diversity and talent back then unlike today wherein most songs are either a remix or some parts were ripped from an old song.
In slot machines, music plays an important part too in the game. Based on a report published by the Pacific Standard, the music and sound effects of slot machines help convey the illusion that you are winning. The majority of people that took part in this survey preferred playing online slots that were accompanied with sounds. Aside from music, you can also improve your online gaming experience by using different gadgets. One of the leading slot machine websites in the UK, Pocket Fruity, shares some of the hottest gaming gadgets available on the market today including the Fling Joystick, iPad Arcade Cabinet, iCrayon, and AppWheel.
Of course, your online slot experience won’t be complete without playing some 80s music. Here’s a list of classic 80s hits that will make you feel like a winner:
Jump by Van Halen – this is the perfect song to play after hitting the jackpot because you’ll surely jump out of your seat knowing you’ve won the game.
Abracadabra by Steve Miller Band – if things aren’t going well, then you just might need to say the magic word “abracadabra” to change your luck.
Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung – win or lose all you want to do is have fun, right?
Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley – this song will keep you pushing the buttons or pulling the lever until you win the jackpot.
Lucky Star by Madonna – start showing off your Madonna moves by playing this song and feel lucky that night.
Romancing The Stone – Lawrence and Michael go to Columbia this week in search of
Coke, a priceless jewel. Joan Wilder is a lonely romance novelist in New York City who receives a treasure map mailed to her by her recently murdered brother-in-law. She’s a girl from the big city. He’s a reckless soldier of fortune. For a fabulous treasure, they share an adventure no one could imagine… or survive.
Murder She Wrote – Michael, Lawrence and special guest Jim discuss great Crime solvers of the TV 80′s world. We have dedicated this episode to MBE Angela Lansbury and her Seminal character Jessica Fletcher. Former high school English teacher and famed mystery writer Jessica Fletcher has a gift for solving mysteries.