Okay, LiveCasinoDirect reckons, if this doesn’t become the single-most successful online slot game of all-time, there simply is no justice. Then again, impatient gamers who’ve waited over five months for the title have got to wonder if this slot will ever see the light of day.

The virtual one-armed bandit in question is South Park, based on simply one of the most brilliant TV shows to ever hit the American airwaves. A scathing blend of sharp up-to-the-minute satire and – let’s face it – potty humor propelled this series into the headlines back when it debuted in 1997 (holy @#@$#@, this thing’s been running for 15 seasons already?) and has kept it in the forefront of pop culture since thanks to the continued genius of creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

Best of all for online casino game fans, the Net Entertainment version combines all the awesomeness of the South Park TV show with proper slot properties and action, i.e. a top jackpot payout of 1.25 million coins, multi-reel expanding wilds (naturally, as these are represented by the “big-boned” Eric Cartman), a special symbol which randomly turns other icons wild (courtesy Mr. Hanky the Christmas Poo) and four video bonus rounds. 

Said bonus rounds star Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny in milieus for which has carved his own niche: Cartman hunts for hippies, Kyle kicks the *#^@^$*^ baby and Kenny tries to survive. Seriously, what the ***&@^&*# else can we say? Just check out this preview recently posted to YouTube. If you’re not laughing by the time the intro bit is concluded, you might want to check yourself for a pulse.

The only problem? No one seems to be sure exactly when the &^@*^&&@#^$ thing will debut at Net Entertainment-powered online casinos. Company representatives unveiled (or perhaps unleashed) a version of the slot at an international casino gaming trade show back in February of this year, but since then, nothing. 

The YouTube posting does give us hope that we’ll be seeing the South Park slot soon, but from the bottom of our hearts here at LiveCasinoDirect, we’d like to ask those nice folks at Net Entertainment, to, well, hurry the *(#@(&*# up already!