Vegas Vegas is one of the most prominent mobile slot games that can be found at mFortune.co.uk. It was developed by Intouch Games, creators of top mobile slots like Monte Carlo and Pirate’s Treasure. This is not your average slot game, with a progressive jackpot and a bonus round on hand to enhance the experience.
- Reels: 5
- Paylines: 9
- Progressive: Yes
- Free spins: Yes
- Bonus game: Yes
- Maximum bet: £9
The top left hand corner of the screen displays the iconic Las Vegas sign. There is then a colour scheme that most prominently features red, with some shades of yellow also present to break things up. Don’t play the game and expect to be stunned by visual quality – the mobile slot is more about trying to win cash. The most exciting things to look at would be the casino symbols that are present because of the Las Vegas theme.
Vegas Vegas will enable you to set a minimum line bet of £0.10 and a maximum of £1. When combined with nine paylines, it is possible to wager a maximum of £9 on a single spin during Vegas Vegas.
mFortune will permit you to pay for your wagering in one of a number of different ways. There are debit/credit card options from MasterCard, VISA and Delta. In addition, it is also possible to pay for wagering by having mFortune charge the funds to your mobile phone bill.
PayPal – Money transfers are a cinch when you play with a PayPal account.
Ukash – mFortune will accept a deposit made with these vouchers.
Previously the largest past win from Vegas Vegas has been a staggering £36,000, so that should represent some obvious appeal for players. Target five of the progressive jackpot symbol on a payline to release the entirety of these winnings to you. You can check the current value of the progressive by looking to the top of the screen.
The bonus round is not one of the most exclusive to ever come across, with it merely being a yes or no option after a winning spin. Players have the option to try and gamble their winnings to possibly win more. There is a spinning wheel marked out in a grid of multipliers. There are three x3, two x5 and one x10 symbol. The remaining two spaces are reserved for ‘no luck’, which means that you will have lost.