3 Popular Microgaming Slots You May Not Have Tried
With over 300 games in their collection, Microgaming has something for every mood, every player, and every time of year. We've long followed their progress and their new releases, and we've now chosen three highlights from that impressive collection.
We aim to cover some variety here, but for a better idea of the sheer range and impressive quality of their games, you would be advised to look more closely at them all.
Big Kahuna Snakes and Ladders
This is a sequel to Big Kahuna, so if you played that, give this one a shot, too. It is presented in 2D, with 15 lines and a more basic appearance than you might expect. However, the Big Kahuna logo is wild and doubles all wins, except for during the free spins feature, where it multiplies its wins by x4. Free spins are awarded at random, which is different, and you could win up to 200,000 coins in that feature. Add the Snakes & Ladders bonus and you can see why players love this game.
Dr Watts Up
The novel title and appearance of this game shows the humor you will find behind many Microgaming slots. Dr Watt appears to be experimenting, and with blue brains, ray guns, and bubbling flasks on the reels, the game has lots to offer. Look for the white mouse on every odd-numbered reel and you will get into the Laboratory Bonus. The game logo is wild, and the scatter can help you win 10 or more spins, with the maximum being 20 spins. You will get a random wild reel on every free spin, too.
A nice play on words kicks off this festive slot, featuring a friendly-looking polar bear and an owl with a Santa hat on. Everything is dusted with snow, and you have 20 lines to bet on. The penguin carrying a gift is your ticket to 12 free spins if you get three or more. You also get a multiplier worth up to x7 in this feature. Santa Paws the polar bear is wild for everything but the penguin, and a whale called Rudolf (yep) is wild in the free spins.
Delve into the Microgaming back catalog today
There are plenty of slot games to play if you know where to look, and what better place to begin than this? we hope you enjoy our introduction to Microgaming, but there are plenty more games where these came from.