LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Reminiscent of one of the most popular casino games in Las Vegas right now, Win A Day Casino's new Dollar Storm is a classic slot game with win multipliers, free spins and a true gambling bonus game.
Dollar Storm is a 17-payline slot game with classic slot machine symbols and three fun bonus features: win multipliers, free spins and a bonus game. The number of scatter symbols on the reels determines the bonus -– one lightning symbol multiplies the win. The multiplier is random and can be 2x, 3x or 5x. Two bolts of lightning earn up to 15 free spins. Three or more trigger the bonus game.
Just like in the game now popular on the Strip, the bonus game makes players an offer which they can accept or decline. Up to three offers are made.
"My cousin played this game in Las Vegas. She said it was cool!" said one player who got a sneak preview of the game during its final testing phase. "Cherries, lemons, bars and bells –- this is a good old-fashioned slot machine, that's for sure. But there's nothing old-fashioned about the bonus game! You feel like you're on that TV show with Howie Mandel –- they make you an offer and you can take it or leave it. Good fun!"
"The win multiplier is great!" said another player. "Hit 5x or even 2x early on and you can really strike it rich!"
Dollar Storm will be one of the unique games featured in Win A Day's Fall Slots Tournaments later this month. Prizes and the schedule will be announced next week.
Win A Day recently launched the visually stunning Alice in Wonderland slot game and now the new Dollar Storm brings it to 37 premium casino games. Most of them are tied to the sitewide progressive jackpot, currently over $165,000. There are also 10 penny slots.
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