Online gambling games developer Vegas Technology provides a little levity in a troubled world with the release this week of its comical take on the low and sleazier end of the gambling market in the new 5 reel, 25 pay-line video slot Funny Money.
The theme is a rather questionable gambling club in a bygone era, where the snappily dressed Pit Boss is appropriately Wild and features in comedic animations.
The club itself serves as the Scatter symbol, complete with speakeasy style pre-admission inspections by the door keeper, and a sexy hostess offers the best payouts for successful punters - up to 8,000 coins Another club character is the cop, who does not appear too diligent in his duties!
The graphics on the game are colourful and generally good, with bundles of cash, cars and the local press, which exposes the club's activities.
The new slot boasts a second screen bonus round titled Boss Man, which is triggered when the Boss symbol appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 at the same time; the player is then offered a choice of four from nine piles of loot, each of which offers different and random rewards. Free games can also be won when three or more Club symbols appear across the reels. This activates 10 free spins boosted by an innovative multiplier, in which each of the triggering Club symbols reveals a multiplier; these are added together to calculate the player's final multiplier value.
In November, Vegas Tech also released the 5 reel, 25 pay-line game Dragonmaster, which features a fantasy medieval theme replete with ancient weapons and fierce looking dragons. Free spins can be won, and players can double their prizes if the Dragon Slayer substitute symbol appears.
Source: InfoPowa News