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Caesars Casino will have the CLUE slots

Friday, April 13th, 2012

It’s not often that I review a slot game from a live casino. This is mostly because I’m not close enough to a live casino to go play on a regular basis and online slot games are much more convenient. And free. See, that’s another problem with slot games at live casinos, you can’t play for free.  But today, I’m being tempted by news about the new Clue Slot game at Caesars.  Look, here’s a picture of the game in the casino.

This version of Clue slots is designed to be played exclusively at Caesars as a progressive slot game, but it has some aspects that intrigue me because they go beyond the slot play. See, there’s a mini-game called Quick Clue which players who are members of the Total Rewards program can play before they even go to the casino. Now, being a bit of a sleuth myself, I managed to track down a Quick Clue demo on Facebook. I can only play the first level of the game, but that’s enough to see that Quick Clue isn’t a slot game but rather a logic based guessing game like the board game Clue. In level one, I had three chances to make accusations on location, suspect and weapon. Each guess gave me a clue about where I guessed wrong, allowing me to eliminate before the next guess.

In Quick Clue, players solve cases to unlock bonuses that will be activated when they play the game at a live casino. Yep, when Total Rewards players play Quick Clue, which is free to them, their play is saved to their account. Then when they put their player card in the slot game at the casino, it recognizes them and knows what progress they’ve made in the game.  The bonus games aren’t available until you unlock each room.

Okay, I’m not at a Caesar’s Casino (anyone want to donate travel costs?), but I’ve found a list of the bonus games included in the live game. There are four variations of the Free Spin bonus games. Those are the Ballroom Bonus, Kitchen Bonus, Conservatory Bonus, and Billiard Room Bonus.  The Library Bonus round lets player uncover awards or even secret passages. The Lights Out Bonus randomly awards a player a bonus round.  And my favorite. The Dining Room Bonus where you serve three courses to serve your guests until they’re all served or one is poisoned. I need to play this game because I’m not sure if the goal here is to feed the guests or to poison them. After all, Miss Scarlet always got on my nerves.

Online slots review for 2 million B.C.

Friday, January 6th, 2012

What better way to celebrate the New Year than by going back in time. I’m checking out 2 million BC, a game that combines well, history from a whole lot of eras that probably weren’t 2 million BC. But it is an amusing game. Umm, wait did my caveman just do karaoke? I don’t remember that from Clan of the Cave Bear.  I found the slot game over at online casino suite

So, let’s talk symbols. Our host for this game is a typical caveman, though I’ve noticed he has a beard but not a mustache. Also, he’s wearing clothing that looks like someone knows how to handle a needle and thread. Now a brief look at a timeline for the evolution of man puts homo sapiens at about 500,000 years ago. Go ahead, check Wikipedia Though there were Neanderthals and Homo erectus as long as 2.5 million years ago. So, perhaps our host is a Neanderthal with shaving and sewing skills. Eh, I’ll just call him Ogg.

Fortunately for Ogg, he isn’t alone. He has a cave woman companion with a taste for jewels. Eh, I’ll call her Wilma.  The other symbols include rubies and diamonds, to make Wilma happy. They also include cave art of a mastodon, a club, the wheel, fire, a bit of Stonehenge construction, and a clay pot typical of those used for storage in Crete but here it’s holding jewels. So, we’ve mixed cultures and eras sufficiently enough to drive an archeologist mad. Oh, there’s also a saber tooth lion and a bug. We’ll get to the bug in a bit.

In addition to the symbols, there’s plenty of animation to keep things interesting, including Ogg doing a hip thrust dance move that seems to indicate he needs Wilma to show up and relieve some tension. I’m not kidding. Hit a win on the reels with Wilma and watch what Ogg does.

The high point of the slot game might be the bonus game. You’ll need to hit three diamonds on the reels to trigger it then Wilma comes running to Ogg to complain that Sabby, the saber tooth, has her big diamond. She’s more interested in the diamond than Ogg.  Even after he shaved his mustache and showed off his hip thrusts just for her.

So Ogg goes off to rescue the diamond and we get to choose how he proceeds. The options are sneak, attack and amuse. Now sneak and attack are fairly obvious. In one Ogg sneaks up and steals the diamond from the sleeping Sabby. In the other, he hits poor Sabby over the head with a club. So of course I like amuse, where Ogg sings karaoke to Sabby to earn the diamond.

There are some other bonuses. Discover fire by lining up the fire symbols, you’ll get some free spins. The scenery will change to a nighttime landscape for this and Ogg gets to relax, cook some dinner and take a nap at the end. You can win free spins during the free spins, which keeps Ogg waiting for his dinner.

The Bug works as a scatter symbol of sorts. If you get bugs and acorn on the reels, the bug will gather the acorns and store them on top of the reels. Get three acorns and you trigger the Acorn Drop bonus game. In this game, Ogg climbs to the top of the reels while Sabby prowls below. You have to click on Sabby to make Ogg throw acorns at him. Hit Sabby and win a prize.

But that’s not the only prize Ogg can win. If you score a huge win, Wilma runs out and kisses Ogg. Then she brains him with the club and drags him off for unknown purposes. Though I suspect the purposes have something to do with that hip thrust dance of his because he certainly looks pleased when he gets back.

House of Fun Slots

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Since it’s October, it’s time for some spooky, Halloween themed slots. I started my search on the Yahoo Gambling Directory, looking for Halloween slots and eventually stumbled across House of Fun. In this case the House of Fun is a big scary mansion that our scared-of-everything heroes, Paul and Jane, have to seek help at when their car breaks down on a foggy night. Cue all the expected clichés.  But, hey, it’s slot game not the next bestselling novel.

Paul and Jane are welcomed to the house by a Jack in the Box and introduced to the various characters we’ll encounter in the game.  Be prepared, this is a noisy game from the background music to the characters leaping out and trying to scare you.  And Paul and Jane don’t help. They jump, leap and scream whenever I hit for a win. They’re sort of annoying me.  I want them to take charge of the situation. Look, take the shovel from the grave digger, conk Jack in the Box over the head and bury his box in the garden. Then get out of there. I do get to help them try to escape in the bonus game, but we’ll get to that in a minute.


First let’s take a look at the symbols that include a candelabrum, a mirror, a spooky portrait, and a cast of creepy characters. There are actually a couple of nodes to Lewis Carroll tucked in here in the form of the Cheshire Cat and the character dressed in purple who seems to be a Mad Hatter.  Now people are familiar with these characters from Alice in Wonderland and don’t know where Carroll’s inspirations came from.  The cat may date back to a 16th century carving of a grinning in a church in Cheshire, England or a grinning cat gargoyle in Guildford.  As for the Hatter, mercury was once used in the process of making hats and many hat makers suffered mercury poisoning, which made the appear somewhat mad.

But back to the House of fun.  The game is set on crypt-style reels in front of the Mansion and if you’re looking for a game with spooky music and symbols that noisily jump at you, this is the game you want. It also offers a selection of bonus games to keep the player amused.

The Jack in the Box is the scatter symbol and will trigger free spins if land three on the reels. Jack, if I may call him by his first name, will stay on the center reel, making it wild which does boost your winnings.  And our Mad Hatter triggers a Mad Click Me feature when you land three of him on the reels. The Hatter symbols become click me symbols that you get to click until you win.

The main bonus game is triggered by landing three of the door knocker symbols. This opens the Escape Bonus Round where we help Paul and Jane escape from the house by choosing doors until we find the escape door.  But, umm, I win money every time they don’t escape, so I think my goal is really should be to keep them in the mansion.  This bonus round falls a little short of what it could be. When I open the doors, I either get “Jack” or a black space, indicating the escape route.  I’d find it more interesting if the doors opened to different rooms in the mansion and let the artists show off their skills.

I’m torn on rating this game. The graphics are great and it really is an interesting Halloween-themed game. But I’m not as interested in continuing to play it as I was with Viking Age.  But I think we’d have to get into percentages of points here. And I do have to give extra points for whoever managed that subtle Lewis Carroll reference. That can’t have been accidental. Check the game out and let me know what you think.

Viking Age slots review

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

So I logged into my email today and of course saw the top stories in Yahoo news.  Really, isn’t there anything positive they can talk about?  So, I went off in search of online slot games. Today I’ve decided to play Viking Age because Vikings took a more direct action to solving an economic crisis.  Not that I recommend pillaging and plunder. But in a slots game it can be fun.

Now, let me set this one up. Stirring, thunderous music brings you into the game and a steady drumbeat encourages you to keep spinning on a “slot machine” that’s a giant stone structure set in a field and overseen by a Shield Maiden.  Now, there were real shield maidens. These were women who chose to fight alongside the men and alert readers might recognize the term from Lord of the Rings. Tales of shield maidens were Tolkien’s inspiration for Eowyn. Though this shield maiden seems frustrated at me for stopping to type.  She keeps waving at me and saying “any day now.”

This is the fun of an interactive 3D slot.  Developers are creating characters within the game to interact with the players and fantastic animation sequences even for individual wins.  These are slot games you want to take a little extra time to play.  In Viking Age the symbols include Viking warriors (men this time), a ship, the prow of a Viking vessel, treasure, a rune stone, an axe and a shield. I’ve decided that has to be a shield (it explains the arrows when I win with it) and not a wheel unless Vikings had great rims.

The shield maiden is named Amma and she tends to yawn and get bored if I stop spinning.  But she also cheers me on when I’m winning and if I hit 3 Amma symbols in a row, she summons the warriors to remove part of the carved stones and reveal the multipliers for the free spins.  This shield maiden could be worth her weight in gold — or slot tokens.


Three or more shield maiden helmets awards the Doors to Valhalla feature where I choose a runestone and Amma checks the symbol to see if I’ve won credits , free spins or access to the bonus round. Since I didn’t win the bonus round, I need three or more arm wrestling Vikings to make it to the bonus round  where I to choose if I’ll be Erik or Elgrim in an arm wrestling contest. Then choose coin tosses to determine which warrior wins and how much I win.  The game includes snippets of dialogue between the warriors and who are set in a full rich 3D scene. Play this slot game with the sound on.

Viking Age is a great slot game. I’m posting this blog then heading back to play more!

Enchanted Slot Review

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

I’ve found a slot game that I absolutely love.  This one is called Enchanted and you can find a free play version over at onlineslots.org to try it out (just scroll down for the game).  Now, for those who keep track of such things, Enchanted is a 5 reel, 30 pay line slot game.  Okay, standard stuff. Now let’s get to the fun. This slot actually has a PLOT!  As a writer, I am totally amused by that.  Players are invited into a world of mysterious light (enchanted forest) where fairies take flight.  The game features fantastic 3D artwork representing various creatures and items from traditional and non-traditional fairy tales.  I’m seeing bits of Tolkien here as well as a little of Harry Potter influence. Though it’s always tricky to call out something for Harry Potter inspiration since the Harry Potter world was based on so many existing inspirations.  But let’s take a look at the magical symbols.

The surround to this game is a fun enchanted forest theme and the characters, because they are characters more than just symbols, fit right in. Now the two most important characters are Feera, the fairy, and Rufus, the ogre.  Rufus does remind me of Shrek, though this ogre isn’t as articulate. But then, he’s not as evil as Tolkien’s ogres were.  Now, you can hit the usual winning combinations with both Feera and Rufus alone, but if you land the two of them side by side on an active pay line, you trigger the bonus round.  This is a full in-game bonus game.  Rufus has stone Feera’s birdie and you have to maneuver her on the screen to zap Rufus with her spells. When you hit him three times, he turns into a frog and Feera rescues her birdie and flies away.


The wizard in the game is a traditional wizard figure with a flowing beard, magic staff and pointy hat. But it’s the hat that brings to mind Harry Potter because the Crazy Hat is also a symbol on its own. And if you land 2 or more Crazy Hat symbols on the reels, the hat triggers a special reel respin feature where the hat gives specific reels an extra spin to earn you extra winnings.  This extra spin feature is in addition to the more traditional free spin feature you can win with the Spellbook Free Spins feature. Land three or more spell books for free spins and bonus money.


The other bonus I really enjoyed was Tonk’s Tinkering Doors. Now Tonk is supposedly and elf. He looks more like a happy, chubby gnome to me and trust me; there is no resemblance to Tolkien’s Legolas here. But during the game play, you’ll occasionally land a golden key on reel number 5. Tonk collects these keys and when you have 3, the Tinkering Doors feature turns on. Here the reels come to a stop and you have to select three doors for Tonk to open with his key and fix the gears. Every door earns you bonus money.  But really the fun is watching Tonk react to each door you choose. Pick a door near the top and he’ll actually look a bit put out.

If you enjoy fantasy novels or fairy tales, check this game out.  It’s the best done fantasy-inspired slot game I’ve found.

Freaky Wild West Slots review

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Remember the show The Wild Wild West.  Well, this game is nothing like that show – either the 1960s original or the 1999 remake.  But I do have to admit, this game is freaky.  I actually had to go read the game rules to figure out what was going on. For a seemingly simple slot game, it’s rather complicated. But it’s fun. And if you like bonus games, this could be a slot game for you.  It’s available at Bodog Casino and there is a free practice mode.

Okay, let’s get the basics over with. This is a five reel, 30 payline game themed after cowboys, Indians and bandits.  And yes, the game does use the term Indians.  Though the fact that all the symbols are designed to look like desert plants sort of minimizes the political correctness issue. There are lots of cactuses wearing cowboy hats here and some really funky animations for some of the wins.  It’s a game that will keep you amused even at a basic spin level, but there’s more to it than that.

Let’s talk bonus games.  Freaky Wild West Slots is divided into three games, each with its own bonus game. You’ll start off in Indians. Now, to trigger the bonus game, you have to collect slot symbols. If the same symbol lands on the center line of the second and fourth reel, it is added to your symbol collection. You can only collect a symbol once, so repeats don’t count.  In “Indians” you only need to collect four symbols to trigger the Indian Gold bonus game. In the game, you’ll see 5 cups, each with a different amount of gold. The cups run around and scatter themselves and you have three guesses to find the most gold. Anything you win is yours and added to your game money.  Then you can choose to continue playing in Indians or move to Bandits or Cowboys.

In Bandits the basic game is the same but now you have to collect six symbols before you can play the Safe Crackers bonus game.  In this game, you visit the bandits who have five sticks of dynamite and a bunch of safes to choose from.  You’ll choose the five safes you want to blow up and collect any money inside.  Then you can stay with Bandits, go back to Indians or go to Cowboys.

The Cowboys bonus game is the most difficult to trigger since you have to collect eight symbols to play it. If you’re low on fund, you might want to drop in at Indians on your way and see if you can win some Indian Gold.  It’ll take a while to collect all eight symbols, but when you do, you’ll play the Shoot for the Loot bonus game where use your mouse to shoot bandits trying to rob the bank in a Wild West town. You can win a tidy sum of money in this bonus game and by the time I got there, I needed it.  (Well, I’m play for free, so I only needed it in a virtual sense.)

Freaky Wild West slot is a game with enough fun built in to keep you spinning the reels without getting bored.  It’s fun to play for free and if you play slots for real money, it has enough small wins built in to keep you happy.

Pyramid Plunder slot review

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

I can’t resist Egyptian themed slot games or Egyptian themed books and last winter I finally made it all the way to Egypt! I did all the usual tourist things – saw the pyramids, rode a camel. Camels take a little getting used to but I rather enjoyed it.  Oh and yes, I got to go down into a pyramid. It was a smaller one with only a couple of chambers and apparently one of the easier ones to climb down into.  “Easy” means that you scoot down the slope bent double while trying to keep your footing on a long board with strips of wood nailed in it as steps.  Just your average pyramid.  But since I can’t get back to Egypt anytime soon, I’m enjoying an Egyptian themed slot game.

I’m playing Pyramid Plunder over at WinADay Casino and this may be one of my favorite Egyptian slots.  Fortunately there are a lot of Egyptian themed slots out there to choose from, so I can have lots of fun comparing them.  Pyramid Plunder is all gold and sand colored. I do have to say that the sandy stretches of the Egyptian desert are beautiful, and the game does capture the look of sandstone carvings.  And when you win, the winning symbols turn to full color symbols with animation. It’s fun.

Look for the gold! This slot game has an interesting twist when it comes to symbols. Two of the symbols can be either sandstone colored or gold, and if they’re good, it gives you an extra chance to win.  First, the mummy. If the mummy symbol appears on a gold background, it triggers the Mummy’s surprise. This is a bonus I haven’t seen in any other game.  The gold Mummy waits until all the winning symbols are paid out and then he turns around and breaks the stones of the reel he’s on. They fall and new symbols take their place. The game treats this like a whole new spin and calculates all the wins again.  And you can land more than one gold mummy on the reels for extra fun and winnings.

The other gold symbol can be the scarab.  If the scarab is gold, it triggers the Golden Scarab Spell where the scarab beetle leaves his frame and lands on another symbol to change it. This spell can make a non-winning combination into a winning one, so look for that golden scarab.

The game also features a pyramid treasure hunt. On the left side of the game, you’ll see a pyramid silhouette. The slot reels contain pyramid pieces and whenever you hit a Pyramid symbol on the reels, it is added to the pyramid silhouette.  So think of it as building a pyramid. When you have all four pieces of the pyramid, you’ll enter the bonus game. In the game, you’ll go into a pyramid and select three floor tiles to reveal a prize. You can win spins or cash bonus or a map to another pyramid.  If the prize is the Pick a Map prize, you get the name of the pyramid you’ll visit in the next treasure hunt. Nefertiti’s pyramid and Ramses pyramid hold the best prizes, so you want to find those maps.

Pyramid Plunder is a 5 reel, 20 payline slot game with bets starting at a penny a payline. There’s also a free play version available if you create an account at Winaday Casino. I have to admit, I’ve been enjoying the free play on this one.

Amazon Wild Slot Review

Friday, September 17th, 2010

I have a Mayan were-jaguar book out on a submission call with a publisher, so hot steamy jungles, jaguars and Mayans are on my mind.  Which makes Amazon Wild the perfect slot game to play.  Besides I really love the visuals of this game. Well, that may be why I wrote the book set in the Amazon.  I also lived in Central America growing up. Sometimes I miss the jungle.

But this slot game is just a visual feast.  Lots of green with Mayan pyramids in the background.  The wild symbol is the gold glyph for the Sun God, though he looks a bit more like the Aztec sun god too me.  Which is the one minor problem with the artwork here. Okay, it’s gorgeous. No relying on the old 9, 10, J, Q, K as a base symbol. We have a black jaguar, parrots, hummingbirds, orchids, bromeliads, and fuchsia.  The jungle really is like this. Mostly green but with fantastic punches of color for visual impact.  But those pyramids are definitely classical Mayan in design and the bottom messages as I spin say things like “Mayan, all Mayan” and “Sweet Child of the Maya.”  So, it strikes me that theme is based on the Maya.

Except the Mayan didn’t live in the Amazon.  If you want to see Mayan ruins, go to the Yucatan peninsula or as far south at Guatemala.  You’ll find pyramids and rain forests.  But you won’t find the Amazon river.  Actually, there is great debate over ancient civilizations along the Amazon river because the earth there lacks the stones to build big pyramids.  Signs of wooden structures are being found, but they are much more subtle than pyramids.  (See, we romance writers really do research our books.)

But back to the slot game.  In addition to the great visuals, it has a couple of bonuses to liven up the game. The Sun God is the wild symbol and if you get two or more on a reel, it will expand to fill the whole reel. Well, that gives you three wild symbols and doesn’t really happen often enough to dig you out of a big hole in the bankroll. But it is a fun little bonus.

Hit three, four or five map symbols and you’ll trigger the Amazon Map game.  The map game starts with the message “Select 3 ruins conquistador, see what treasure you will find.”  So, let’s stop for a history lesson.  First, the conquistadors weren’t after the gold in ruins.  The word conquistador means “conqueror.”  The conquistadors were known for taking the gold before the original owners were done with it.  But then there’s the Mayan aspect.

The Classical Mayan Civilization collapsed in the 9th Century, long before Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492.  So, the map game, my brave conquistador has you searching for gold in ancient pyramids in the wrong time frame and wrong location. You really do stand a better chance of striking it rich at slots.

Okay, all that said.  I like the game.  You can find it to play for free on sites like SkyVegas.


Candy Cottage Slots Review

Friday, August 13th, 2010

It’s Friday the 13th so I’m in the mood for a slot to celebrate the day.  So, I’m playing an slot game I’ve enjoyed before — Candy Cottage slots.  This slot is based on the well know Hansel and Gretel fairy tale and Hansel and Gretel are there, and so is the witch. But in this game, Hansel and Gretel certainly look well fed and perhaps even as if they’ve been indulging by nibbling on the witch’s cottage for some time.

The game does reflect the fairy tale we’ve all heard, with a gingerbread cottage frame to the 5 reels and plenty of candy as the symbols.  You’ll also find a gingerbread cottage, a loaf of bread, a duck to eat the bread and the witch.  But it’s the bonuses that make this game fun to play. The witch’s big pot-bellied stove is an expanding wild symbol that appears is on the third reel.  The Gingerbread House will win you free spins if you hit three or more.

But the Bonus Round is where the fun is. I love interactive bonus rounds where I actually can do something to win more and the one on Candy Cottage is delightfully evil.  To trigger this bonus round, you’ll need to land three of the Cage symbols on the reels.  That will start the bonus game where the witch tries to feed Hansel candy to fatten him up. Your job is to move Hansel around the screen and eat as much candy as possible. The more you eat, the more you earn.  And it’s tricky because the candy has to go right in Hansel’s mouth to score. Plus, he does stop to chew.

If you enjoy playing an evil fairy tale game, check out Candy Cottage.  If you want a book that takes  a new and hilarious look at the old tales, check out Terry Pratchett’s “Witches Abroad” and find out what happens when three witches and a magic wand preset to “pumpkins” go on a journey.

Secret Garden Slots Review

Friday, August 6th, 2010

This slot game has nothing in common with the book “The Secret Garden” except there is a locked gate that leads to a secret garden.  But secret gardens have always held a romantic appeal for me.  That little secret place where I can go to be alone, sit quietly sipping a cup of tea and read a good romance novel. Or sometimes a mystery novel (Check out “Vanish with the Rose” for a great garden focused romantic suspense by Barbara Michaels.)  But when I need to retreat to a secret garden and I’m trap inside with a computer, this is a slot game that works for me.  The design of the game suggest a walled garden with its vines and garden symbols.  There are roses of course but also squirrels and rabbits, fountains and watering cans. And a secret garden gate and a key.  The Garden Gate symbol will award you free spins of you hit three or more.  But the Key is the bonus icon and three of those will unlock the secret garden.

Sometimes I set myself a writing break goal like that I can play until I win some free spins or get a bonus round. Then I get back to the novel in progress.  Aiming for the bonus round generally means a fairly decent break time, so don’t expect to hit the bonus round too often.  But spinning the reels gives me plenty of time to think through a plot point. But if you play for money, the free spins will also do a lot toward boosting your bankroll.  You can also win free spins during the free spin round, which really helps out the bankroll.

The bonus round unlocks the gate to the secret garden where your challenge is to water as many plants as you can to revive the garden. You’ll earn coins by collecting flowers and possibly find the key to the next garden room. It’s a relaxing game in keeping with the theme of the game and one that will leave you feeling satisfied with your winnings.  If you like gardening and slots, this is the perfect game. Many people are surprised how many slots players are women, but Rival took that into account when creating this game.

Well, I hit the bonus round, so now back to plotting the next chapter.