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Valentine's Victory slot - Free Play - Game Review

Valentine's Victory
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Every 14th of February comes a special day… For, on this day, couples all over the world profess their love for one another…

And while Valentine’s Day is a theme we’ve seen somewhat commonly in online video slots, Valentine’s Victory - a slot game from Section 8 Studios - is the first title in their catalogue to feature the theme, and within this post, we’re going to take a look at what the game entails.

Built using a 5-reel, 3-row format, Valentine’s Victory comes packed with not one, but TWO progressive jackpots, and you’ll see a number of symbols present on the reels, including the playing card values, including 10, jack, queen, king, and ace as the game’s lower-paying symbols, and the game specific symbols for the higher-paying ones.

The first feature is a Pick Me Bonus, and if you manage to land one of the Bonus scatter symbols on reels one and five, you’ll trigger the feature, which simply offers you a pick between two symbols.

Make your pick, and you’ll be rewarded with a cash prize, and a multiplier.

There’s also a free-spins feature which is triggered by landing one of the combos during the same spin, and this is shown below:

  • Super Combo – two combos awards one free spin.
  • Mega Combo – three combos awards two free spins.
  • Super Mega Combo – four combos awards three free spins.

The two progressive jackpots are both awarded randomly, and you don’t need to be playing any type of special bet, or anything like that in order to trigger it.

Any spin during the main base-game can trigger it, and the jackpots can be worth upwards of £100,000 - so it’s an amount of money well-worth aiming for!

Pros: Valentine’s Victory is well-made, and the two exciting progressive jackpot features make sure that each and every spin is as nail-biting and exciting as the last.

Cons: The fact that the progressive jackpots are awarded randomly is a little odd, as it means there’s nothing specific to actually aim for while playing.