During this stage, your artists will produce initial sketches, wireframes and mockups of your slot game. These will display how your game looks statically and provide your team with a reference point as they continue to work on it. They can then develop more detailed and refined art for the symbols, backgrounds, characters, and other important components of your slot machine game.

Next, your designers will start working on the mechanics and gameplay of your slot machine game. This includes defining the paylines and what symbols must appear on them for players to win. Paylines can be vertical, horizontal, zig-zag, or any other arrangement, and will pay out credits based on the winning combination of symbols displayed on the reels.

Finally, your developers will begin to code a prototype or minimum viable product for your slot game. This will include the basic game mechanics, slot features and UI. The prototype will allow your business to test your slot game and ensure that it meets all the requirements of its target audience before committing to full development.

n. 1. a narrow notch, groove or opening, as in a keyway or the slit for a coin in a vending machine; a position in a group, series, or sequence: She slotted into the job right away. 2. a space in a computer or disk in which a file can be stored: He used one of the save slots on his hard drive.