House of Fun: Slot Machines Goes For a Spin With Facebook’s Casino Game Crowd

Developed by Pacific Interactive Limited, House of Fun: Slot Machines is an up-and-coming title in Facebook’s growing selection of casino games. Despite having few slots that other similar titles, such as GameShow Slot Machines, House of Fun is nevertheless gaining a strong following.

According to our traffic tracking service AppData, House of Fun: Slot Machines currently has 740,732 monthly active users and 139,615 daily active users.

This title is a compilation of five slot machines: Jungle Patrol, Fruits Machine, Cleoplay, Diamonds & Dollars, and Gold Mine. Each of the games has different pay-ins and pay-outs, with Gold Mine featuring a random jackpot. They sport unique visual themes, from jungle to Old West.Players can invite their friends to play, as well as share coins with their friends when they win on any given pull. There’s an option to send gifts to friends in addition to receiving them. Two types of leaderboards are displayed: friends and overall.

House of Fun: Slot Machines is monetized through players buying additional coins using Facebook Credits. Coins are sold in packages ranging from $5 to $200. The largest coin value that can be purchased is actually three million, for a deposit of $400.

Pacific Interactive Limited has announced on the game’s Wall that it intends to launch a sixth slot machine soon. A special “VIP section” is also planned.

You can follow House of Fun: Slot Machines’ progress using AppData, our traffic tracking service for social games and developers.

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3 Responses to “House of Fun: Slot Machines Goes For a Spin With Facebook’s Casino Game Crowd”

  1. Inside Social Games · Social Gaming News Roundup: Google+, Rovio and Toyota says:

    [...] House of Fun Proves Popular – Earlier this week Pacific Interactive touted that over a million people had already tried its new Facebook game House of Fun. According to a press release from the developer, the game has attracted almost 700,000 MAU since its debut on September 13th. Our full review of House of Fun can be found here. [...]

  2. Quora says:

    How are Facebook games built around social betting and casino games legal?…

    In popular Facebook Games like “Bet Tycoon” (480K monthly active users) and “House of Fun: Slot Machines” (740K MAU) users play with in-game virtual currency, which is paid for in Facebook Credits, which can be paid for in cash. Seems like shaky le…

  3. szymon gala says:

    like playing house of fun slots on facebbook i got 4000000 a bit more maybe
    just for small payment to mee;d i let u play for long as u wish contact on my facebook account man in bluee t-shirt

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