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Microgaming Rolls Out Lost Vegas Video Slot
- October 6, 2016 By Nemanja L. -
Having been heavily criticised for the lack of imagination in their previous slot games, Microgaming has decided to prove the doubters wrong having launched Lost Vegas slot game on desktop and mobile on 5th October.
Their latest release, which is already available in Microgaming casinos, appears to be targeting the millennials as world’s largest gaming hub Las Vegas becomes the setting of a battle between Zombies and Survivors.
Once an undisputed leader in the online gaming market, Microgaming has struggled to keep up with up and coming operators such as Net Entertainment, Play’n Go, Quickspin and Yggdrasil, whose creative departments continue to set new standards.
Lost Vegas slot is clearly Microgaming’s attempt to return to old glory days and we have to admit they did well to create a slot that will appeal to most casino enthusiasts.
About Lost Vegas Slot
The new Microgaming product is definitely a step in the right direction for the company as the player is immediately immersed in the intriguing storyline as they are required to pick a side and join Survivors or Zombies.
Depending on your choice, once activated, the bonus round will either play Free Spins with Stash Feature or Free Spins with Infection Feature, and the good news is you can switch sides at any time during base game.
The October 2016 release adopt Microgaming’s standard structure of five reels and 243 ways to win, which basically means that matching symbols pay anywhere on adjacent reels rather than on pre-determined paylines.
Zombie Fist of Cash is a mini-feature that is triggered randomly and it simply appears on the screen to deliver an instant credit prize that is not exactly lucrative but can multiply your stake several times.
Obtaining three Scatter icons anywhere on the game screen triggers the main bonus round, with Stash or Infection feature active during the Free Spins depending on the side you have chosen.
We like the fact that different set of symbols are used for Survivor and Zombie mode, and that definitely adds to the excitement.
Considering some of their previous slot releases that have been quite disappointing, Lost Vegas could be a sign that Microgaming has finally awaken from slumber and that they are ready to fight for their piece of the market.
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