Four New Exciting Games from All Slots!

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Lillie Mcguire
Posted on April 16, 2013 at 12:04pm

According to an April 7, 2013 press release, All Slots Casino is debuting four, new exciting games geared for online and mobile devices. The new line up includes one table game, a brand new slots game and the adaptation of two popular, favorites for iPhone, iPad and late-model Androids.

Produced by Microgaming, the new Piggy Fortunes video slot affords players the opportunity to revisit the three little pigs, their straw, stick and brick houses, and their archenemy, the Big Bad Wolf. That ole wolf, the wild symbol, keeps the pigs busy rebuilding their houses after he destroys them. Although the wild icon does not function as a multiplier; it substitutes for all symbols with the exception of the scatter.

Despite the absence of a progressive jackpot, the fixed coin amount can grow from 13,500 coins to 54,500. This 5-reel 25 pay-line slot offers wagers ranging from $0.01 to $75 per spin. A large part of the excitement surrounding the new European Blackjack Redeal Gold game at All Slots involves the word redeal. While the aim at All Slots is to make players feel they are in a real casino, this new table offering guarantees the aura of a real, land-based European casino.

In the traditional game of blackjack, the standard 52-card deck is reshuffled prior to the next deal; however if your hand is bad, your only option is to make the best of it. In European Blackjack Redeal Gold, players have the option of having their own hand, the dealer's hand or their last card re-dealt.

This option puts the player in control, not the dealer. A 5-hand game carrying a minimum $5 wager or a $500 maximum, can ultimately snowball into a $2,500 win.   The old favorites adapted for mobile devices are Break da Bank Again and Loaded. The original Break the Bank slot was a 5-reel, 5-line, 5 coin game with Break da Bank, the wild symbol, substituting for all others and paying 2x each completed combination every time the symbol appeared.

Break da Bank Again is a sequel that has morphed into a 5-reel, 9 payline game. This time, bank vault is the wild and carries the exciting feature of winning double your bet if two vaults appear anywhere on the five reels. The coin-based Loaded slot is back with an interesting option. You select the per pay-line wager and determine the number of lines in play. Triple Seven replaces anything but Bling Bling. In this new version, the appearance of three bling bling symbols triggers a bonus free-spin game.