Online Bingo News - Microgaming offers bingo side games for Halloween
20th of October 2009 - latestbingoobonuses.com
Experience the fear factor with eerie new offerings
Online gambling software developer Microgaming is upping the scare stakes with the launch of four new scary-themed bingo side games in time for the Halloween period.
The haunting, Halloween themed 3 reel, 1 payline slot TRICK OR TREAT features sinister pumpkins and bat symbols as the key to wins as high as 4 000 coins.
In the 5 reel WINNING WIZARDS slot, the theme carries the player into a spooky world of wizardry, mystic potions and century old treasures, whilst GOBLIN'S GOLD transports players into an underground lair, home to goblins who guard a jackpot worth up to 6 000 coins. This is a 3 reel Slot game, where the Goblin symbol is Wild and substitutes for all symbols to allow for more winning combinations.
MONSTER MANIA is a 5 reel / 9 pay-line video slot with a maximum payout of 1 000 coins, and features a host of comically presented crazy critters. The game’s Scatter symbols pay any, and are multiplied by the player's total bet. In addition, a Wild symbol carrying the name ‘Scatter Brain’ appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and substitutes for all symbols except the scatter when it comes to completing winning combinations.
Neill Whyte, Bingo Operations Manager at Microgaming said: "With the dynamic Bingo sector attracting a greater number and variety of players than ever before, Microgaming is committed to offering regular side games to our operators to give their players new and fresh content, whilst waiting for the balls to be drawn.”
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