Where's the Gold
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Where's the Gold Slot Review
About Where’s The Gold Slot
If slots are the name of your game and you fancy a spin or two online. This five pay-line, twenty-five-reel video slot might be the one to keep you entertained. It offers a $4000 maximum jackpot prize over 1000 coins, and is brought to us from Aristocrat Gaming. It originally made its debut in live casinos in Australia, but has transitioned quite well into the online space and is popularly played world-wide currently.
It is a non-progressive prize slot with a betting range of from 0.01 to 100, with a coin bet range of from 0.01 up to 4.00, so, can be suitable for most players, regardless of size of bankroll.
Themed on a gold mining scenario, it is more of a Wild West schematic, although we imagine that we could find a similar scene in the outback of Australia. Reels are set in a silhouetted backdrop which contains cactus, mountains dry tall grasses and so on.
Icons are a broadly grinning prospector and mining paraphernalia such as shovels, picks, sticks of dynamite, wagons, lamps, and mine shafts. Normal icons are made up of traditional card indices - 9, 10, J, Q, K and A. It features a Wild, and a Scatter symbol, and while a multiplier is not available, there are some free spins, and a bonus feature to be had. If you are in the mood to go gold mining the virtual way, we have seen worse games than this. The resolution is high, the graphics are good and it comes with suitable ambient sounds.
There really is not a lot to be said about the objective of playing online slots. We believe the objective is to be entertained, as there is absolutely no control to be had over a random number game. Of course if the player wins in the process of playing, no-one is going to complain.
Where's the Gold has a nice little twist in the bonus feature, which promises some quite random excitement. After winning three “Wild” gold icons and ten free spins, the player is offered the chance to choose from five different characters. These are Prof. Gold, Peter Panner, Winnie Fortune, Mary Money and Happy Lucky; while in the bonus round they mine for the player to help him/her win more. This means that free spins and extra wilds can be earned, and these play simultaneously. As these wild turn randomly into “Wild” gold symbols, they offer even more winning opportunities.
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