Immortal Romance: Mega Moola by Microgaming  Introduction

Microgaming‘s vampire-themed slot is transformed into an exciting 5×3 reel Mega Moolah game. In addition to all of the well-known bonus features, the game now has an RTP of 93.4%, with a jackpot contribution of 5.3%. There are four progressive jackpots to delight jackpot hunters too.


By stepping into the Chamber of Spins you’ll find four progressive bonus games, each with its own unique features. As you play through the Chamber of Spins, you’ll collect reel modifiers the more times you trigger the free spins bonus round.

Wild Desire Bonus

You can experience some extraordinary fortunes if you trigger the Wild Desire Bonus feature randomly on any spin. You can win the game’s maximum win of 12,000 times your stake when it is active, turning all 5 reels wild.

Free Spins

The Chamber of Spins round begins when three, four, or five golden door knockers appear. Amber, Troy, Sarah, and Michael, the game’s heroes, each have their own bonus game. After triggering the free spins round five, ten, or fifteen times, you will unlock the remaining games in Chamber of Spins as you progress.

Amber – As soon as Amber triggers, you will receive 10 free spins and all wins will be multiplied by 5x. During this feature, you can retrigger up to 20 free spins.

Troy – You’ll unlock 15 free spins and the Vampire Bat feature if you trigger the Chamber of Spins feature five times. The vampire bats transform random symbols into 2x or 3x multipliers for a total of 6x.

Michael – The 10th trigger leads to the vampire lover. A rolling reels feature will be triggered and you will be awarded 20 free spins. Cascading wins increase the multiplier here by 1 from 2x to 5x, but free spins cannot be retriggered.

Sarah – As a reward for triggering 15 features, Sarah, the human, awards 25 free spins with Wild Vine symbols that randomly transform 15 symbols into wilds. In this game, landing two to five scatter symbols will award you one to four additional free spins.

Tipsy Tourist Slot by Betsoft  Introduction

With its 5×3 reel grid, 20 paylines and high volatility, the Tipsy Tourist video slot by Betsoft brings the holiday theme to life with its symbols, animated graphics and background music.

Among other things, our happy traveller sheds his corporate suit in the hopes to find plenty of sun, sea, and sand, as well as plenty of alcoholic drinks and perhaps the company of a beautiful woman. Symbols like these appear repeatedly on the reels, along with a ball symbol for free spins, a beach sign that acts as a wild symbol and a fun bonus game where players must drink their way to the riches.

Tipsy Tourist is an exciting video slot with accessibility on mobiles, tablets and computers. Bets start at only 0.02 coins per spin and a max bet of 100.

Symbol Payouts

Poker seems to be a favourite pastime of this Tipsy Tourist and you can earn up to 375 bonus coins if you land matching poker symbols on the reels. You can also receive up to 750 coins if you land a plane ticket or shell symbol. Up to 1,750 coins can be won with a beach babe symbol.

You’ll win eight free spins with three, four, and five beach ball symbols appearing across the reels of the screen. There is also a ‘clingy wild’ feature that retriggers the feature when wild signs appear on the reels, which in turn, makes winnings that much more lucrative.

Bonus Feature

Red cup icons appear on the first, second, and third reels to trigger the drinking game bonus. The game asks players to guess if a coin will land on tails or heads, resulting in the character downing a shot. You’ll then win a prize if you can guess correctly before the first person drinks a total of three shots.

Oldest Slot Machines  The term ‘slot machine’ is actually a contraction of ‘nickel-in-the-slot machine’ and was originally used to describe any coin-operated machine, including vending machines. However, the invention of the first modern slot machine – in the sense of a coin-operated gambling device, which also paid out in coins – is credited to Bavarian-born American inventor Charles Fey in 1895. His so-called ‘Liberty Bell’ machine featured three mechanical reels activated by pulling a lever and offered a ‘jackpot’ of fifty cents, which was paid out into a trough at the bottom of the machine.

Fast forward nearly seven decades and the next step in the evolution of the modern slot machine came in 1963, with the appearance of the first fully electro-mechanical slot machine, known as ‘Money Honey’. Manufactured by Bally Technologies, Money Honey was still, essentially, a mechanical device, but an electrically-operated coin hopper made for larger, more spectacular payouts, while flashing electronic lights added to the allure of playing.

The first video slot machine – that is, the first to employ a microprocessor, random number generator and video screen, rather than physical, mechanical reels – was made available to casinos in 1975. However, the so-called ‘Fortune Coin’ machine, invented by Walt Fraley, was not well received by sceptical gamblers and the following year Fraley sold out to International Game Technology, who used the machine as the basis for several new games.

Last, but by no means least, in the evolution of the slot machine came the online slot, which was made possible by the invention of the World Wide Web, by British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, in 1989. The first online casino, ‘Gaming Club’ by Microgaming, launched in 1995 and included a rudimentary, three-reel online slot called ‘Fantastic Sevens’. Three years later, Microgaming also launched the first wide area progressive jackpot online slot, known as ‘Cash Splash’.