Hit it Rich! Casino Slots


Description of App: 

Jackpot dreams really do come true and it could happen to you in Hit it Rich! Slots! Experience the flashy sights and sounds of a real world casino with 75,000 FREE welcome coins in your pockets!
So many of your favorite machines and branded slots that dazzle players in Las Vegas are right here in Hit it Rich! Slots! Take a quick break to pop some BIG wins and be transported to a real world casino experience, on your phone!

Whether you like slots based on classics like The Wizard of Oz™, action movies like the Terminator™ or the more modern Sex and the City, we’ve got them all!
Get a rush each time you level up and unlock exclusive new games. You’ll be the first to get sneak peeks at never-been-seen-before slots with real characters, clips and soundtracks from iconic movies and Broadway shows!

Join Hit it Rich now and get in the casino action completely FREE! We spoil our players with millions of free coins every single day!
• Spin 100+ real Vegas style slots from the comfort of your mobile!
• Get FREE coins every 2 hours
• Play bonus games that grant millions of free coins daily!
• Win Mystery Gifts and FREE Lucky Charms that turn into bonuses
• Play for giant jackpots of 1,000,000,000 coins and more!

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



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Device(s) App Was Tested On: 


iOS Version: 


Accessibility Comments: 

This app is not accessible at all. As a matter of fact, as soon as the app was loaded, voiceover seemed to be completely disabled. Standard actions like flicking and touching the screen yielded no response whatsoever from voiceover, sounds or speech feedback. When flicking the screen, it seemed to scroll through games as if voiceover was turned off altogether.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads no page elements.

Button Labeling: 

No buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is totally inaccessible.

Other Comments: 

I have sighted friends who play this app and love it. It seems extremely fun and I was disappointed to see just how inaccessible it really was. I just contacted the developers and provided a link to instructions from Apple about how to make apps accessible. If others from the community would join me in this, I would highly appreciate it.

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