Bally Technologies was not always in the business of making poker machines. When the company was first launched by Raymond T. Moloney during the Great Depression, Bally started out making pinball machines. By 1936, the company started creating mechanical slot machines. Over the next few decades, Bally experienced a great deal of growth and produced plenty of ground-breaking games – and, by 1975, it became the first gaming company to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Pie Rats by Magnet Gaming is a fun game, particularly for fans of cartoons and pirate movies. The extra games add to the excitement, giving you the chance to pick a lucky slice of cake or pie to see your prize money notch up even more. The features are amazing and the Menu button has plenty of information about how to play and the prizes available.
Developed by Novomatic, the graphics and sound effects are out of this world, with ringed planets instead of the usual card numbers complete with shooting stars, planets and asteroids hurtling through the dramatic blue universe.
When you reveal the collect symbol, you’ll be provided with the amount of coins accumulated in this feature, and this will be added to your jackpot. With no hidden trickery, this bonus round can provide you with some wonderful additions to your winnings.
If you want to have a truly wild Bangkok night, you need to find at least two of the wild Bangkok girls symbols to win up to 10,000 x your stake. The wild symbols can also act as a substitute for any of the other icons, apart from the scatter, enabling you to create even more winning combinations.
Wild ReelsA great random bonus in Dazzle Me is the Wild Reels feature. During the base game, reels can turn completely wild. Anywhere from 1 to 5 reel can turn wild, offering players the chance to hit plenty of generous winning combinations in a single spin.
While his actions could result in a jail sentence of 10 years, the court agreed that Anderson utterly regretted his actions. The court reached a consensus that the offence was small and further charged Anderson with an AU$500 court fund as well as a two-year good behaviour probation period.
Although base play is not as rewarding as some games, the bonus features make this game highly playable, with big rewards. The fact that it looks great and highlights lesser known aspects of Chinese culture is another big bonus in our eyes, making this a definite must play.
Troll's Tale is a five-reel, 20-payline pokie with an easy-to-use interface. Stakes can be viewed and adjusted from the left-hand side of the screen, and spins can be placed on the right-hand side - the menu can also be viewed with a single click. The stake can be adjusted from $0.20 to $20 a spin, making this very easy-to-learn game that is great for beginners wishing to dip their toes into the online pokie pool. Animated symbols make for more exciting gameplay, be it the mischievous Puss in Boots waving his sort around or the gingerbread man being reduced to crumbs in one bite! For those wishing to play a faster-paced, more thrilling game, there is a 'turbo mode' available in which the spins will speed up to match your required playing speed.
Unlike Blackjack, once the round starts you don’t have to take any actions, such as whether you will “Hit”, or “Stand”. The rules are pretty clear and thorough. You just have to follow them and go with the flow. Hope that your bet on the Banker or the Player will work out as it should.
The picture symbols are naturally more valuable. The two sailors are again one-of-a-kind, and if you line up five of them, your bet will be returned 250x. The pin-up girls pay out for combinations of just two, but if you get all five, you’ll earn a cool 750x your bet per line!
Many online gamblers are used to 3D games involving cartoon characters and a lot of bright colours. Playing a game which is little more than silver coins and reel symbols on a flat black background might sound like a step down. The game does take some getting used to, especially because a dark background on a lighted screen tends to play havoc with some people’s vision.