Weekend in Vegas Slot review
If you’ve experienced the City of Sin for yourself, then you will definitely want to give Weekend in Vegas a chance as well. The game has the right graphics and features to make it a very attractive choice, as you will discover yourself if you try it out. 243 ways to win are used instead of the regular paylines, and they can bring you prizes of up to $1,500.
The story of the game revolves around three friends that are going to Las Vegas for the weekend, to have some fun. You have the cool guy (Balanced Ben), the geek (Cautious Chris) and the guy that doesn’t know how to handle himself in public (Loony Larry). It pretty much looks like it’s inspired by one of the movies done about bachelor parties in Vegas, which turn out horribly wrong. Las Vegas is shown behind the game’s reels, while on them there are some related icons, but for the most part you’re going to see mostly poker cards in 3D.
Like all slots with ways to win do, it needs you to use bets with a certain number of coins in them, 25 in this case. It will be sufficient for all the ways to win to be active. You can increase the level of the bet, to 5 per line, or 125 coins total. The denomination is also left up to you, within the range you can work with, meaning between $0.01 and $1. The biggest wager possible inside is $125.
The wild symbol might not pay you directly, but it should be useful anyway, especially on the ways to win system, where it just needs to be on the right reel to substitute for another symbol. It will not work with a scatter, but that’s not a surprise.
The other major symbol would be a Police Car, which is a scatter and can pay you by being anywhere on the reels, even if they’re not arranged starting from the left. You get from it 8 to 20 free spins, plus payouts of up to $1,250. A 2x multiplier applies to the wins of the free spins.
Once the free spins are done, the Money Wheel feature starts up, and you get to spin it once for free, getting the prize on which it lands.