Microgaming to Launch 'Monster Wheels', 'Moby Dick' Slots

Casino game design giant Microgaming announced that they're gearing up to release two new games this month, with 'Monster Wheels' and 'Moby Dick' launching to casinos.

Monster Wheels is a 5 reel slot that allows players the chance to use either 128 ways or 288 ways to win. The game has two different reel sets depending on these and includes different race cars as symbols. The game's features include free spins, free spins, win multipliers, and wild symbols. The game has a minimum bet of 0.30, which scales up.

The game is available for play now at casinos offering Microgaming's library. A video preview of the game can be seen below:

Moby Dick is a 5 reel, 25 payline slot that was designed by Rabcat and is based on the classic novel of the same name. The game features free spins, scatters, a gamble feature, wilds, and more. The slot's symbols are reminiscent of the book and include whales, wheels, Captain Ahab, and more.

A trailer of the game can be seen here:

Speaking about the games Microgaming's Games Publisher David Reynolds said, "On top of our branded title game Halloween®, we're delivering two more slots this October, each bringing exciting features and a different theme."

"Monster Wheels is all about player choice and features an unconventional slot design of 4-3-2-3-4 reels with the option to switch to 2-4-2-4-2 reels. What's more, players have the freedom to select their own free spins round, making this slot perfect for those who want to customise their gaming experience."

"Meanwhile, Rabcat's Moby Dick online slot™ is graphically rich with highly detailed artwork. The game's features with both free spins and the Win Freezing element make for a highly entertaining slot."

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11 October 2017 - 8:23pm
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Both slots looking fine and with these new titles Microgaming shows why they are still one of the leaders out there, 'Monster Wheels' looks to have interesting features, while "Moby Dick" is the more traditional but really nice looking one.