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Lost 3D Slots Review

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

So, after the last disappointing Egyptian themed slot game, I was in the mood for something a little more promising when a little searching turned up something called Lost. Now I was a bit wary of it, thinking it might have been about that TV show that drove everyone crazy and that I stopped watching because I became as the title suggested – lost.  But no, Lost the slot game is actually a Lost Treasures slot game where we follow Dr. Dakota Bones as he searches for the pharaoh Ah-Amdad’s treasure chamber.  That’s all in the game info page.  Now there is no real Pharaoh Ah-Amdad and if you search Google.com for info on him, you’ll turn up the Lost slot game.

Now this is one of the 3D slot games that I’ve become fond of. It has a great background and design that features Egyptian ruins and a sometimes chatty Dr. Dakota. If you play with the sound on, he’ll offer some advice and encouragement throughout the game.  Other icons include a canteen half buried in desert sand, an ankh, the eye of horus, a swinging axe and a blue dog that seems to be standing in for Anubis.

There are enough bonuses here to make even me happy. The best one if playing slots for real money would be the Center Reel Respins. Everytime you win a spin the center reel respins with a multiplier bonus while the other reels hold steady. In slot terms, this means winning more money. There’s also a Center Wild Reel bonus where landing the Cobra Staff on the center reel, it triggers a Wild bonus where wild expands to fill the entire reel and double your winnings.

There are two other bonus games. The Monkey Click Me is one I seem to hit most often. Here we encounter Farooq, Dr. Dakota’s monkey. Farooq only hangs out on the fourth reel where if you land him, he’ll appear between two rows of symbols and reveal prizes as you click the symbols.  I get to click until I hit the “Collect” symbol, so a great way to score a little extra playing money.

The big bonus game is the Mummy’s Tomb Bonus. Now landing four Eye of Horus symbols (a good luck symbol that looks like an eye with a comma) on the reels to trigger this is tricky. I’m beginning to suspect that it happens about as often as I stumble over Egyptian relics, but I persevere.  Actually, I’ve given up preserving after a couple of hours spinning this game. I’m beginning to doubt that it’s actually possible to trigger this bonus game, but should anyone do so, you get to help Dr. Dakota look for hidden treasure. But there are also mummies on the move, so choose carefully.  Four spins because I can’t ever get to the bonus game.

Winter Wonderland Slot Review

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

I need a slots game for the holidays, so I’m playing Winter Wonderland slots. This is a Vegas Technology slot, which means it’s a bit difficult to track down a site open to US players, but if you aren’t playing for real money, you can still find a few sites that offer it.  I’m checking it out mostly for the holiday spirit.

Now this slot game plays it a bit safe by being non-specific about the holidays. It has snowmen and gingerbread men and a present as symbols, but it also has a sled and a skier and lots, oh lots, of snow.  So much snow that the game rates its own snow plow symbol.

This is a slot game that’s just plain cute.  Take a look and you’ll notice that even the Spin symbol is a smiling snowman. Click him and the Stop Spin button turns into a frown.  The symbols are animated if you hit them for a win. The gingerbread man dances. The present opens to reveal a polar bear and the snow plow even plows snow.

And there’s a bonus game! The bonus game combines skiing, snowmen and presents in an odd sort of way.  You are presented with a snow field and chose a location for your skier to ski to. When hits the spot, a snowman pops up and reveals the prize amount for that spot. You’ll get three skiing rounds after which you can keep the prize or trade for the gift in the box.  Since I’m playing slots for free, there is  a bit less stress in that situation.  I have to admit, I think I prefer games that just award me a prize over those that make me risk my prize at the end, because yes, it is possible to trade for less money.

Over all, Winter Wonderland isn’t the most advance slot game on the market, but if you’re looking for a little holiday fun, it’s worth a few spins.

Slotblox Review

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

I can’t believe I haven’t written about this slot game yet. It’s an odd one but one that I find oddly addictive. Now, before you worry about money and  gambling addiction, the only places I’ve been able to find that offers SlotBox are UK Casinos where I can only play free online casino games in demo mode. So I’ve never bet a penny on the actual game. I just like watching it play.  It’s a strange little game and I’ll actually put it in auto play mode while I write just so I can watch the falling bloxs (or blocks).

Now, if you look at a screen shot of the game, you might notice that it looks very familiar. In fact, it looks a lot like tetris, that computer game that everyone was addicted to back in the 90s.  And you’d be right. It is a lot like tetris, at least in appearance and the general concept of creating lines. The big difference between Slotblox and Tetris is that you can’t do anything to control the fall of the slotblox blocks. Or else this really would be the perfect slot game for Tetris fanatics to clean out the casino. Okay, the other difference is that you can play Slotblox for real money, provided you aren’t in the US.

But playing the game is easy. You just hit play and the blocks start to fall. If you make a line across the playing field, you win. A double, triple or quad line scores even more. Better yet, for every line you score in a single game (or fall of blocks) your winning go up. So, bet a dollar and score one quad line and you’ll win $4. Score 2 and win $40. 3 gets you $400. And if you somehow get 4 quads in on fall of bricks, you can win $4000 for you $1 stake.  Oh, and if you make a line with the Magic Block, you win 10 free spins.

So, all of this seems rather simple and I know it’s hard to understand why I’m so drawn to this game.  But then I was one of those people addicted to Tetris back in the 90s, and the fun part here is it’s kind of like playing Tetris but without doing any of the work. And it would be really dangerous if I could play for real money.

Cleopatra Slots Review

Friday, November 19th, 2010

I have big news.  I’m going to Egypt on vacation this winter.  I’ll be on a cruise ship some of the time, but I don’t know if I’ll hit the casino.  But I’m looking forward to Egypt.  I plan to take a bunch of Elizabeth Peters Amelia Peabody mysteries along to read. Because there can’t be anything better than reading Elizabeth Peters in Egypt.  And maybe I’ll add Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile” to the list.  Murder , romance and Egyptology go together so well.

But today I’m checking out a little slots game called Cleopatra’s Pyramid.  Now, for those unfamiliar with Egyptology, which apparently includes the slots developer, Cleopatra doesn’t have a pyramid.  She ruled long after the age of the pyramid builders and would have been buried in a tomb.  And one of the reasons cited for the Egyptians moving from pyramids to tombs was treasure hunters. Those huge monuments to the dead king were a beacon saying “dig here!”  So, while I’m in Egypt, I won’t be visiting Cleopatra’s pyramid. Though I will visit pyramids! So, I’m playing some Egyptian themed slots to get ready.

Cleopatra’s Pyramid is a pleasant game with the look of sand and papyrus and Egyptian richness.  The base symbols are the 9, 10, J, Q, K and A that are standard to so many slot games that haven’t figured out they aren’t card games.  But there are enough Egyptian symbols to add interest including the Eye of Horus, a sarcophagus, and a sphinx.  Queen Cleopatra is the Wild symbol and you’ll hit the jackpot if you manage to line up five on an active payline.  The scarab is the scatter symbol and three or more will win you 15 free spins.  And the great pyramids trigger the bonus round.

I think I’m addicted to the bonus round.  It shows me a pyramid and I get to turn a stone on each level, trying to work my way to the top.  Each stone reveals a prize amount but the game stops when I turn over the asp.  So far, I haven’t made it to the top.  But if you want to enjoy a little desert fun with a hint of Egyptian gold, I suggest checking out Cleopatra’s pyramid.

Slot Review Chain Mail

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Yes, finally a slot game that combines knights in armor, princesses, mail delivery and junk food in a stunning slot game that makes absolutely no sense.  Now this doesn’t mean it isn’t fun to play.  It’s just that I can’t figure out the connections between the symbols.  Okay, I’ve got the pun with chain mail, as in armor, and chain mail, as in sending letters through the mail.  But the food still has me baffled.  Still, this isn’t a game where I get to fuss because the designers weren’t creative enough to come up with something besides playing card symbols on the reels.

So, the food.  Don’t play this game before lunch or you’ll find yourself craving junk food.  If it were in a real world casino instead of online, I’d think there were trying to get me to go the restaurant.  For food there is princess purple ice cream with a tiara, Coco Knight Delight ice cream, King’s Fried Chicken in a bucket, food skewered kabob style on an arrow, and pizza served on crossed weapons.   Why? I don’t know. The symbols are graphic and fun, but a mystery to me.

Less mysterious are the medieval and postal related symbols including Princess Roxy, who has a cell phone (perhaps she’s ordering take out?) and our noble knight in shining armor carrying a letter. We also have the knight’s noble steed, a postal bag, and a mail box. (See, chain mail and chain letters/mail).   The mail pouch is a scatter symbol so hit three and win no matter where they land.  The  Chain Mail symbol is the  wild symbol which doubles your win when substituting for a win.

But then there’s the Castle bonus where our noble knight has to rescue the princess.  To trigger this round you have to land three drawbridge symbols on the reels, but they only show on reels 1, 3, and 5.  So that’s takes a bit of time to hit.  In the Castle Bonus round you open doors looking for Princess Roxy and earning coins. But don’t open the door Uncle Mordread is behind or you’ll end the bonus game and find yourself back spinning the reels.

Overall, it’s a strange game and there is a lot of humor in the symbols.  It really wasn’t hard to come up with a book recommendation to pair up with this one.  I’m going with Terry Pratchett’s “Going Postal” which takes the reader on a wild journey to re-establish the Disk World’s postal system.  It’s not about knights in armor or rescuing princesses.  But Terry Pratchett is an author would could do justice to the strange symbols in this slot game.

War of the Worlds Slots Review

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

This game is more properly title “Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of the War of the Worlds 100 Line Slot.”  A name that I found a bit misleading because no one in the slot game breaks out in song.  But the “musical” version of War of the Worlds was actually a 1978 concept album using progressive rock to tell the classic story and the slots game does have a good sound track filled with dramatic science fiction appropriate music.  But this game is also worth checking out for the quality of the graphics, which are the best I’ve seen on a slot game so far.

The game will appeal to lovers of Science Fiction and Steam Punk as well as anyone who enjoyed the classic War of the Worlds novel by H.G. Wells, which it is based on rather than the contemporary interpretation of the Steven Spielberg movie.  It is a 100 line slot game, and as with all slot games, you’ll want to play all the lines for the best odds at winning.  So, plan to spend at least $1 a spin unless you play for free.  This isn’t a cheap game to play. I was down $150 virtual dollars at one point.

Virtual dollars because this slot is available only on sites like Virgin Games, which do not accept players from the United States.  Now, I was able to find a wireless connection that allowed me to play the free Flash version on the Virgin Games website.  Since I can’t open an account with the site, I only played the free version.  If you are in the United States, you’ll face similar restrictions.  If you’re in the UK, can I come visit?  Also Virgin Games offers either a low resolution or high resolution flash version of the game.  Unless you are on a connection with an extremely slow download speed, play the high resolution versions because the stunning graphics are the reason to check out this game.

Now, the game does feature one of my frustrations with slot games — the standard J, Q, K, A symbols. But with so much else going on visually in the game, I’m willing to let them get by with a few simple symbols.  Other than these basic symbols, everything is animated when you hit for a win and even the images on the side bar change as you play.  You’ll want to keep an eye out for the Wild symbols which are liberally scattered on the reels.  If you hit two wilds on the same reel, they’ll expand making the entire reel wild.  This will help keep some small winning coming in.

But it took me over an hour to hit three bonus symbols to trigger the Fighting Machine bonus games.  The game is a very simple arcade style game. You have three cannons which you use to blast away at attacking alien machines.  The power on the cannons increases and decreases, so you want to fire your cannons when they’re at high power.  If you’re in the mood for blasting away at aliens, this bonus game can be very satisfying.  It can also help you earn back some money.  I was down $150 virtual dollars while playing but after a good round with the bonus game, I won that back and was ahead by $28 virtual dollars.

If you’re looking for a slots game with a little classic science fiction action, this may be the slot game for you.

Witches Wealth Slot Review

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Eye of newt and mandrake root ,
twinkling cat and wing of bat,
Create a Potion to put Reels in motion
Those who play with stealth
can win the witches wealth

I’m loving this slot game.  But the Witch-themed slots always seem to treat me well when it comes to money.  Maybe I’ve put a spell on them.  Witches Wealth starts with a little intro video where the witch casts a spell to create a fortune in gold, her witch’s wealth. And then with a wink, she invites us to play.

The game is a five reel, nine line slot game where you can select the number of coins you play per line as well as the value of the coins themselves.  So, you can play for pennies or pounds.  I’m playing Roxy Palace, an online gambling site that includes a practice play option so you can check out Witches Wealth without paying any money.  Just register with them and select Practice Play.

The symbols in Witches Wealth include Mandrake Root  (which is the least valuable symbol), a jar of eyeballs, a gold chalice, a cauldron, potion bottles, a spell book, and an owl (the most valuable regular symbol).  But then we get to the special symbols.  The Scatter Bat which wins where ever it’s scattered on the reels. Serena Wild Witch will substitute for all symbols except Mr. Twinkles so she can help raise your score.  And Mr. Twinkle is a cat with a double bonus feature – the Spinning Wand bonus and the Flying Cat bonus.  Match up three or more Mr. Twinkles and you’ll get to spin the wand for a bonus prize. If you’re lucky, you’ll move up to the next level, where Serena flies on her broom to rescue Mr. Twinkles and dodge falling objects.  These bonuses can put you 1600 to 16,000 coins ahead in prizes.

I can’t guarantee that the spell at the beginning of the blog will help you win, but it can’t hurt.