Aristocrat Launches Buffalo Link Slot

Fans of Aristocrat’s popular Buffalo slot games have reason to celebrate today. The company launched its highly anticipated next iteration in the Buffalo series today: Buffalo Link. 

Buffalo Link finds its home in Aristocrat’s stylish MarsX Portrait cabinet. The game combines the Buffalo theme with Aristocrat’s Lighning Link and Dragon Link features. 

Buffalo aficionados need not fear that the game has changed too much, though. The game still includes the classic free games feature players have come to love. 

New Features

Buffalo Link comes packed with new features for players to enjoy. 

“With 2x and 3x wild multipliers now available on reel 5, players will be looking for those signature base game Buffalo wins. Unique to Buffalo Link is a new mystery must-hit-by bonus, awarding either Free Games or the Hold & Spin bonus feature, bringing players an added chase on their bonus pursuit,” says the PR announcing the launch of Buffalo Link. 

Brush Up On Slots

Buffalo Link is only one slot among thousands of games available to players at land-based casinos. Need a primer? Check out our Beginner’s Guide To Slots

If you’re in a state where online casinos are legal–such as New Jersey, Michigan, or Pennsylvania–you can play slots for real money online. If you’re planning a casino trip sometime soon, this can be a great way to get familiar with how the games work. Place a low wager on a few different games to get comfortable. 

Find a game you like? Chances are it exists as a real slot machine somewhere–check your favorite casino’s website or give the property a call to see if your favorite game is available on the slots floor 

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Cole Rush is a Chicago-based freelance writer in the gambling, media, and entertainment space. His work has been showcased in various gaming industry magazines and online columns. Prior to freelance writing, Cole spent seven years in communications at a gambling and lottery supplier. Cole writes for a number of online and print publications, including The Quill To Live, a book review site.