Lost Vegas slot - Free Play - Game Review
The Internet is flooded with movies, stories, and ideas about Zombies, and the pain they could (or do) inflict on human-beings around the world, as to keep in with this trend, the video slot world has also seen its fair share of zombie-themed slot games.
In fact, it can often seem hard to get away from them, and it’s no surprise that Microgaming have decided to cash-in on the lucrative trend by releasing their own version of a Zombie game – Lost Vegas.
While the name probably had you thinking this game was going to surround Las Vegas, or Casino’s and wealth within the City, it instead gives you the chance to pick a side, and play as either survivors, or zombies.
Featuring 5 reels, 3 rows, and 20 pay-lines, Lost Vegas may not look anything unlike you’ve seen before from Microgaming, but it’s their dedication to creating a video slot that doesn’t just cater to your tastes, but also one that captures your attention and puts you in the spotlight while playing.
Bonus Game Features
First, you have the free spins bonus round. This is triggered by landing three or more of the scatter symbols – seen on the reels as “toxic” icons – anywhere in view. Do so, and you’ll be awarded a free spins mode, dependant on whether you chose to play as survivors, or zombies.
Survivors get awarded the survivor mode, which is where you get an infinite number of free spins – each time the reel spins, one of the traditional playing-card symbols, including 10, J, Q, K, and A are removed from the reels, and once all are removed, the feature will end.
If you chose Zombie mode, you’ll see stacked zombies appearing over all the other reels, turning wilds into stacked wilds, giving you the chance to make massive 4-of-a-kind and 5-of-a-kind pay-lines. Once all the reels are covered in the stacked wilds, the bonus ends, and you revert back to regular gameplay.
There’s also a Blackout Bonus mode, and this can appear randomly in the base game on any spin. Any time you DON’T win, you can be awarded a random cash prize.
There’s also a third feature called the Zombie Fist of Cash. Again occurring randomly during the base game, if you don’t het a win you might see the Zombie’s “Fist of Cash”, which again, awards a random cash prize.
Pros: A fun and realistic game, Lost Vegas gets top marks from Slots4Play.
Cons: The slot is low variance, so expect lots of wins, although they’ll be lower paying then other games.