microgaming the reel deal game

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I wanted to know were can I get the file to the song from the reel deal game when you get 15 free spins. That song got me hyped.

Mod Edit: Poster has clarified the slot is on Vegas Technology software (OddsOn) rather than Microgaming.
 
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vinylweatherman

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I wanted to know were can I get the file to the song from the reel deal game when you get 15 free spins. That song got me hyped.

It's on your hard drive in one of the game folders. Not sure about "reel deal", I don't have that down as a free spins game:confused:
If you can double check, I should be able to tell you EXACTLY where the file is & how to get it. It may not be long though, the files are often short, but are looped when needed to play as long as the spins are running.
 

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It can be found as one of the new games or in slot game in bonus slots. Once you hit 3 briefcase symboles you get 15 free spins and it really cool sound come up that I like. Also sorry its not mircogaming. I just found out its Vegas Technology. I would edit my first post to change it to Vegas Technology and not microgaming but I dont see a edit button.
 

vinylweatherman

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Hot Pepper

I have Hot Pepper casino, which I believe to be Vegas Technology. The game sounds are there, but they are in "OGG" files. Neither Windows Media Player or my Nero Media Player will have nothing to do with them - nevertheless they are there, and with a bit of work it should be possible to extract the desired slot track.
The files are stored under an internal game number, so it will be necessary to listen to them all till the right one is found.

They are under: program files/<casino>/games/slots/sounds
 

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The game sounds are there, but they are in "OGG" files. Neither Windows Media Player or my Nero Media Player will have nothing to do with them

There a lots of programs that can play them, but I can recommend
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It is
1)Free -open source
2)Not M$
3)Players a lot of rare music formats very accurate (including .mod and .sid for retro nerds here, like me)

I have not tried it for these casino files though, but it is my best guess at any program that can do it without you have to download lot of codex)

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I went to program files/<casino>/games/slots/sounds and mines could play with winamp. I play all the 44 files in their non of them were the right sound.
 

vinylweatherman

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I went to program files/<casino>/games/slots/sounds and mines could play with winamp. I play all the 44 files in their non of them were the right sound.

Possibly it is a soundtrack embedded in the software. The 44 files did seem to be short sounds. It might be that the slot sound is formed by combining some of the 44 files into a track.
 

max1mike

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grab and install this :Link Removed ( Old/Invalid)

that'll let you play the .OGG files.

"CHEERS" neteller.
 
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