It’s safe to say Mega Casino’s design revolves around simplicity. If it’s not necessary, don’t display it. Even the landing page boasts a minimal design, yet a very useful interface. It’s a no download mobile app that runs in mobile browsers. Mega Casino’s app is compatible with Android, iOS, Windows and Blackberry devices.
This game is made up of five reels with three rows each, laid out in a 5x3 configuration. There are 25 paylines to play with, which can be selected in increments of five and 10. A decent range of prizes are awarded to lucky players for three-, four- and five-of-a-kind symbol matches on an active payline. In total there are 13 symbols, 10 of which are regular types that award prizes. The remaining three are special, awarding free spins, bonus rounds and wild functionality.
There are three ways in which users can make their deposits. Credit cards can be used to make the required deposit as this is considered to be a convenient option. Other options are eWallet services and wire transfers. Wire transfers can be used for bigger transactions. Most players in New Zealand prefer eWallet services such as Neteller, Citadel, Click2Pay and many others.
Personally, we didn’t expect much from a sport themed video slot. However, Genesis Gaming picked up the pace introducing one of a kind bonus games that perfectly depict the excitement on the football court. Most of the symbols you get to see show football player kits of national squads. Certain symbols show a flag as well. The player needs to collect flags in order to advance to upper game levels. That said, the game has 3 levels. More about this in the special features section.
The Wild symbol is the two balls of yarn, and when that appears on reel number two, three or four, the yarn will unravel and knit a giant Wild that will expand to fill the reel. Then the other reels will spin again to give you more chances to win. If you get another Wild on the respin, then the same thing will happen again, and with all those Wilds on the reels, you could be well on your way to a Big Win, which will make Kawaii Kitty really happy.
By that definition, Cash Crazy is a perfect example of this category of machine game. With just three reels of symbols, a single line to determine winning combinations, and a wager range between a quarter and ten dollars per spin, this is exactly the kind of poker machine that fans of old-school casino gaming look for. But, since Microgaming is producing titles for a modern audience, this and other games the company produces (influenced by classic play) still have some decidedly modern features.
Le Romain ($6) is starting to build an imposing record over the mile with a Group 1 Randwick Guineas and Cantala Stakes already to his name. He was also a G1 winner over 1300m two runs back before running second to Winx in the Group 1 George Ryder (1500m) last start. WATCH: Our Preview of the big weekend of racing
The third and final scatter on this pokie is the cup-and-ball image. Only appearing on reels 3, 4, and 5, the Cups feature game is only available when all three reels display one of these scatter symbols. Unless the bettor is lucky enough to land three of these icons, the standard scatter prize is paid out.
The number of table games is not that high as compared to pokies. You have around 20+ blackjack, roulette and baccarat variants, most of which are from BGaming (formerly, SoftSwiss). By the way, BGaming is one of the first software developers in the industry to support cryptocurrencies, therefore European roulette, American roulette, French roulette, Blackjack Surrender, Pontoon and other tables are available for fiat money and bitcoins. All virtual tables games can be played for fun but you need to get registered first.
NetEnt’s latest game is Secrets of Atlantis. This new slot game tells the ancient tale of the lost city of Atlantis. As you’d rightly expect, the game features sea creatures and a mysterious mermaid, who provides some of the biggest wins of the game.
Name any number of keno results you’ve experienced: one thousand, ten thousand, or even twenty thousand draws. Collect the statistics and calculate the numbers on all those results and it’s still a small, inconsequential sample when we’re talking about the huge numbers needed for probabilistic theory to play out. It’s bigger than all the keno draws which have ever taken place.