Microsoft brings us yet another surprise Windows 8 release, but one that is only available in Trinidad and Tobago. You'll either need to change your region or wait until the title becomes available elsewhere.

Microsoft Jackpot (Win 8)
Size: 202.0 MB
Price: FREE
Become a high roller with Microsoft Jackpot!

Experience the excitement of modern video slots with Microsoft Jackpot! Featuring uniquely themed slot machines, huge payouts, and a wide variety of bonuses.

Beautiful Sound and Graphics!
Explore the secrets of a hidden temple, dive into the ocean depths, track down an international jewel thief, and much more! Each slot machine features an incredible theme to bring your spins to life.

Exciting Bonus Games
Featuring unique interactive bonus games with massive payouts and multipliers to send your score soaring!

Play for Free!
Play Microsoft Jackpot daily for increasing coin bonuses! Find scatter symbols to play bonus games with huge payouts!

Xbox Integration
Log in with your Xbox account to earn achievements, compete with your friends, submit your scores to the leaderboards, and track your personal gameplay statistics. Microsoft Jackpot's Play, Pause, Resume feature lets you pause your game and resume it on any compatible device - all without missing a beat!

Microsoft Jackpot is for entertainment purposes only. Coin rewards given in-game cannot be cashed out or exchanged for real currency.


• Uniquely themed slot machines with fantastic sound and visuals!
• Collect special scatter symbols to trigger interactive bonus games!
• Earn free spins for huge payouts!
• Play each day to collect increasing Daily Bonuses!
• Connect with your Xbox account to earn achievements.
• Compete with friends on the leaderboards.
• Play, pause, and resume your game on any Windows 8 device.
• Designed for touchscreen or mouse and keyboard controls.
We don't yet have a release date for when the title will become available in any other region at the moment.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.