In air traffic coordination, a slot (or slots) is an authorization to take-off or land at an airport on a particular day during a specified time period. Slots are a key tool to manage air traffic at very busy airports and to prevent repeated delays caused by too many flights trying to take-off or land simultaneously.
When developing a slot game, it is important to conduct market research and understand your target audience. This helps you decide what features to include and what the optimal game experience should be like. You also need to consider the cost of creating a slot game. Market research can be done through surveys, interviews and questionnaires. Once you have the market data, you can proceed with the production of a prototype or minimum viable product. The prototype should include the initial art, wireframes and mockups of your game. The art will show how the game looks statically, while the wireframes and mockups will show how the player interacts with the game.