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The Suite Blog >> Microgaming's Got More Game Than Slick Rick




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January 19, 2009 - Following up on our news article announcing the most recent launch of more Microgaming online casino games, it's nigh time I go into a little more detail about this new batch of games and what they mean for you and the world as a whole. Yes indeed, these games hold the potential to change the world. If you don't believe me, well then, you are just going to have to read on (not saying that it's going to work, but ohhhh how I love to entrap my readers).

The first game I want to talk about is actually a charged up version of a player favorite - Mega Moolah. One of the most popular and largest progressive jackpot slots to be found at any online casino, Mega Moolah has paid out millions of dollars to players the world over (I can't believe I just said "the world over"...man I 'm getting old and know it. I suppose that's better than getting older and not knowing it).

Anyhow, this one's called Mega Moolah 5 Reel Drive and features a sweet 5x multiplier and 4-tier jackpot on top of everything else Mega Moolah offers, including a 10 free spins feature. With five reels and fifteen paylines, its not that big of a slot. However, the jackpot sizes will tell your otherwise. On a maximum bet of 15, players can nab jackpots worth at least 1 million. 10K, 100 and 10 consolation jackpots are awarded as well.

Moving on, let us take a look at another life-changing game. It's a new Joker Poker video poker machine dubbed Joker Poker Level Up Poker. Part of Microgaming's "Level Up" series (now making four Level Up games), this Joker Poker offers the chance to win 8x the original bet and 5,000 coins. There are four levels of action total, with each level handing out increasing awards. The added feature of a "Free Ride Card" gives players an even better chance at making it to the next level up. There is also a double-your-money gamble feature up to 3,200 for the more adventurous player. For the record, I'm not telling you to play this feature. Any good video poker strategy will tell you to stay away from any 50/50 gamble features.

Last but not least (find...it's least in my book), is a new video slot called Polar Explorer. As far as I can tell, this isn't themed off of the animated flick, Polar Express, with Tom Hanks. Last time I checked, it was a little tacky, not to mention irresponsible and probably illegal, turning children's movies into casino slot machines. No, this Polar Explorer is based on the adventures of an Arctic explorer and his faithful Husky.

This slot offers 25 paylines of action and comes with the standard fare of a top tier Microgaming bonus slot; ie, scatters, wilds, free spins and multipliers. It also has a spin-within-free-spins feature and a second re-spin feature (just to confuse you, I'm sure). Actually, this is pretty cool. If you hit three Huskies on the reels, you'll get 10 free spins with 2x winnings, all the while staying eligible for more free spins. If you get two Huskies on the reels - in a similar manner to playing fruit machines - you will have the option of spinning the remaining three reels with a 1x multiplier on any winnings derived from the second spin. A top prize of 30,000 can be won in the base game (60,000 with free spins).

And just when you and I both thought I was done, I just noticed yet another video slot included in this batch of games. It's called Liquid Gold and is 5-reel, 20-payline video bonus slot that actually pours liquid gold out change dish and through your computer monitor. I told you these games were life changing (not that liquid gold would do you any good besides burn the hell out of you). Seriously though, this slot has scatters, wilds, free spins (up to 10) and a 2x multiplier. Top payout in the base game is 25,000, which can reach beyond 67,400 with the 2x free spins feature.

Okay, that's truly all I got to say for now. Until the next Microgaming release or case of bear, you'll hear from me again!

Originally published: January, 2009  Categories: Casino Games


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