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Microgaming Releases New Mobile Slots

iPad SlotsWith the rise of the mobile device, new slots released for smartphones and tablets become big news; most online casinos have dedicated mobile-friendly websites and the process is now underway to transfer games from the traditional desktop site onto this new platform.

Microgaming are generally ahead of the game here and that’s something you’d expect from the largest gaming software company in the world.  The latest news from Microgaming is that three more online slots have been added to the number already available at sites such as Jackpot City Casino and these are Break Da Bank, Big Top and Lion’s Pride.

Break Da Bank is the mobile conversion of an old favourite; it’s a three reel and five payline slot so it’s ideal for those who like classic slots.  It does however feature a wild symbol which is slightly unusual for a lost such as this and that wild symbol can also trigger a multiplier;  one wild symbol in a winning combo pays 2x the prize and two wilds pay 4x.  Not to be confused with Break Da Bank Again which is also available on Jackpot City’s mobile platform.

Big Top is the second mobile conversion and another popular slot now available on mobile platforms; it’s a five reel and nine payline game which looks even more colourful on an iPad than it does on a desktop computer. There are no bonus features but there’s a wild (the clown) and a scatter symbol (the monkey) to add to the other circus-like symbols on the reels.

Lion’s Pride is the final mobile conversion and this is a fully-fledged online slot featuring the opportunity to win up to 25 free spins.  There are five reels. one hundred paylines and a variety of beautifully-drawn wild animals.  The mask symbol is the key to the free spins and landing three, four or five will earn you that prize.

You can find all these games and plenty of others at Jackpot City’s mobile site; it’s one of our current favourites and it’s worth noting that all games are available to play for free.

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