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If you’re an American citizen then the 4th of July is a date which won’t need any explanation; for those who don’t know, it signifies Independence Day across the pond and is therefore something to be celebrated. Random Logic have now produced a brand new online slot called 4th Of July and it features all those recognisable emblems of Americana.
4th Of July plays out over five reels and twenty five paylines and even the background is full of familiar places such as the Hollywood sign and the Lincoln Memorial. The main symbols are more of the same and we have the Golden Gate Bridge, the Empire State Building, Mount Rushmore, the Statue Of Liberty and the White House. 9, 10, J, Q, K and A are the low value symbols but placed on coins of various denominations.
The 4th Of July logo is wild and if it contributes to a winning combination in the base game or free spins it will multiply those winnings be 3x. It’s also the most valuable symbol and worth 9000x your line stake for five on an active payline. The famous Las Vegas sign is the scatter symbols which activates the main feature.
Those Las Vegas scatter symbols are what you need to be looking out for here and three, four or five of them will trigger this feature. As well as a scatter prize you will earn yourself fifteen free spins and of course the wild multiplier is active here meaning that any wins with a wild will multiply your win by 3x.
4th Of July Online Slot Playing Tips
Low rollers will appreciate the ability to trigger the free spins with tiny stakes; this is because the scatter symbols will be effective anywhere and do not have to be on an active payline. Winnings though will be proportionately less of course.
This is basic but it’s reasonably high quality and quite good fun; unless you like brief clips of patriotic American music you may want to hit that mute button early on though.