New Microgaming Casino Flash Slots Game: Abra-kebab-ra

July 13th, 2007

Feeling peckish? Just when you thought you’d played all the no download Microgaming Casino games they launch a new one!

Click to go to Ladbrokes to play this new slots gameAbra-kebab-ra  – yes, you guessed it: Alibaba (or is that Ali Barber?) meets your local Middle Eastern take out!

3 genie lamps start the feature bonus game with bonus options including Turkish Delight; Kofte up the cash; A load of shish; Been there, doner that and, my favourite, Burger me….

Abra-kebab-ra is another AWP (Amusement with Prizes) Brit-style 3 reel feature slots game similar in game play to the popular Who Wants to be a Stallionaire, GeeGees disco slot, and Cash n Curry.   …and not to forget more recent and decidedly weirdly entertaining AWP releases like Treasure Ireland (Leprechaun pirates) and Apocalypse Cow (Mooing and helicopter gunships).

Click to go to Ladbrokes Casino to play new slotAbra-kebab-ra is a UK fruit machine style game that does require skill as well as luck with fun graphics and sounds to match. The jackpot in this game is pure gold, too – up to £30,000 can be achieved.


So far Abra-kebab-ra is only out at a very limited number of no Flash only Microgaming casinos.

Click to visit Ladbrokes Casino nowI recommend you try LADBROKES CASINO. (Sorry, no US players)

Play for free or for real money. (Abra-kebab-ra requires no download or registration for free play at Ladbrokes Casino. For more on this top UK owned online casino check out our Ladbrokes Casino Review).

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. dragon72  |  August 7th, 2007 at 8:11 am

    is there any cheats or cracks for the Abra Kebab Ra game

  • 2. webmaster  |  September 6th, 2007 at 5:48 am

    Hi there – there’s bound to be… we’ve just not come across them yet. We’ll post an update (and email you directly) if we have any luck!

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