Vegas Dreams Slot review
Vegas Dreams is based on the city of sin, on Las Vegas, and it is offered by Big Time Gaming.
Vegas Dream doesn’t leave much of a doubt on what it gives the player. People actually dream about going to Las Vegas to have fun and to win money, so I guess that the title of the slot was well chosen. Being inspired by the best place to gamble in the United States, Vegas Dreams will have on its reels images of things that are appropriate, at least most of the time. The graphics are as bad as in any other BTG slot machine, it really doesn’t seem to be a strength for them. You can work with 20 paylines and you can win at most $100,000.
If there is one thing to be unhappy about, it would definitely be the design of Vegas Dreams. Symbols provide you with ugly poker letters, with a 3Bar, a limo, a suitcase filled with cash, dice and poker chips. Together they give you a pretty average look, one which I’m not a fan of.
With 20 lines that you can have active, and with 20 coins that will do that for you, you then have the choice of a stake per line, or the coin value if you will. You can take it up to $10, and so you can spend $200 for a single spin in this game.
The first feature is also the one that can pay the best in this slot. You can get as much as 10,000 coins for the right combo of five symbols, made up of wilds. The wilds get the image of a Wheel of Fortune, and they can be used as substitutes as well, as symbols which bring you smaller wins usually, when they replace regular symbols. You can double the win of a regular combo though, if a wild is part of it.
The other symbol is the scatter, with a slot machine image selected for it. You get 15 free spins started when 3+ Slot scatters appear, in any position, like any self respecting scatter would do. Prizes of 2x to 100x the bet are also possible, as long as you have 2 or more scatters.
Vegas Dreams might be based on one of the most fun cities in the world, but this slot machine doesn’t manage to offer that, not even close. Its top payouts and its features would be its advantages, but they’re not enough.