The Gee Gees Movie Review

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The Gee Gees Slot Review - Page 103 After looking at the game screen, one might be correct to assume the classic slot game The Gee Gees is a take off on the famous Australian singing group known as the Bee Gees. In Microgaming's world, there is one very important difference. The Gee Gees are a group of three singing and dancing horses. Now that might seem like a strange idea, but the game seems to work in spite of the fact it is only a fruit machine in spirit. What's really nice about this game is the musical soundtrack behind the bonus game. The Gee Gees is played with a simple 3-reel game format that includes 1 pay lime, a bonus game, holds and nudges. The applicable betting range is $.01 to $10.00 baed on coin values that fall in the same…show more content…
The answer to that question can be found in Microgamimg's video slot game called Alaxe in Zombieland. While working their way through the ghoulish video features and audio soundtrack, the player could stumble upon some exciting jackpots and fun bonus features. The Alaxe in Zombieland video slot is set in a darkened cemetery environment. This non-progressive game is played with 5 reels and 25 pay lines. With a coin value range of $0.01 per pay line, up to $0.20 per pay line, the player's betting range is $.01 to $50.00 based on 1 to 10 coins per spin. This creates a maximum possible jackpot of $10,000. In the world of video slots, that kind of maximum would be considered pretty low. The game's low paying symbol are represented by playing card numbers ranging between 9 and the Ace, plus zombiefied caricatures of the Cheshire Cat, The Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit and Alice portrayed by Alaxe. A purple brain is used as the game's wild symbol, which subs for all the other symbols with the exception of the game's three scatter symbols. If the wild substitutes in to create a winning spin, the amount of the win is…show more content…
were zany, a look into the mind of Microgaming's game developers reveals an even stranger image of monsters that becomes apparent in the video slot titled Monster Mania. The silly looking caricatures of monsters, along with some funny video features and background sounds, are enough to create belly laughter in even the most serious of slot players. Monster Mania is played with a standard 5-reel, 9 pay line game format. With only one coin permitted per spin, cash outlays can range between $.25 and $18.00 based on coin values of $.25 at the bottom end, up to a maximum of $2.00. The maximum possible jackpot on this game is a very disappointing $2,000. Monster Mania is filled with playing symbols that are sure to illicit more laughter than fear. The low paying symbols are represented by an assortment of fruits, including an apple, orange, watermelon, grapes and bananas. Other standard symbols include four zany monsters that looking curiously familiar (think Monsters Inc.). A brain looking monster acts as the game's wild symbol. It will be used to fill in for any of the other symbols with the exclusion of the game's scatter symbol. The only caveat is the wild is only available on reels

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