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What casino slots are set in London and the rest of the UK? 

Online casino slots have become an interesting way to explore new places and cultures, but what if you prefer a setting closer to home?

There are plenty of games set in London or other parts of the UK you might like to check out.  

Games that show the sights of London 

Wild Celebrity Bus Megaways by Pragmatic Play has a set of reels inside a classic double-decker bus which has a group of celebrity passengers on board.

The London Eye spins away in the background while you try to earn respins and free spins.

London Tube by Red Tiger takes you under the city’s streets to meet a variety of characters travelling on the Underground.

The train arrives on every tenth spin to award one of the special features. 

If you want to travel further afield as you play, you’ll find a wide variety of slots based on other parts of the world.

The Temple Tumble slot by Relax Gaming is one of the themed slots taking you on an adventure to far-flung places.

The exact location isn’t mentioned but the golden buddhas, exotic stone statues and other images give the impression that we’re far from Piccadilly Circus.

Other games like Tiki Treasures Megaways and Temple of Treasures Megaways are listed as offering a similar experience. 

Slots with iconic characters  

When you start looking for iconic London characters, you won’t be surprised to see Sherlock Holmes on the list.

The fictional detective can be seen in many films and TV series, while some slot creators have decided to make games based on his investigations.

Sherlock Mystery and Sherlock Holmes & Box of Mysteries lead us on adventures from 221B Baker Street. Both games include a variety of characters and objects associated with Sherlock and his assistant Dr Watson. 

Much-loved Brits from other parts of the country have also been given their own slots.

Ronnie O’Sullivan Sporting Legends by Playtech is set at a packed snooker venue and gives you a chance to advance to the final of the championship.

Robin Hood Golden Loot takes you into Sherwood Forest with a variety of bonus features including free spins. 

A light-hearted look at London bobbies 

The famous London bobby has a long and fascinating history.

The first attempt at creating a police force in the capital came in the 17th under Charles II.

This was followed by the Bow Street Runner in the 18th century before the Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel helped push through the Metropolitan Police Act in the 1820s, with the informal name for police officers here now based on a shortening of his name. 

The fact that these officers are so closely linked with London means that slots like Cop the Lot and Beat the Bobbies are set in the city. 

Beat the Bobbies by Eyecon features a Crown Jewels heist, with a Tower of London Beefeater, a policeman and a bulldog among the symbols. 

If you want to explore some of the famous sights and characters of London conveniently, these slots provide a light-hearted way of doing so. 

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