|Manufacturer:||Rival Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £125.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||94.55%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
|Slots Of Fortune Casino||$3000 For New Players||Currently Unavailable||Review|
Neon lights on The Strip, 24 hour gaming and Ol’ Blue Eyes strutting his stuff on stage means that this must be Las Vegas. But the presence of Frank suggests that this is not modern day Vegas; this is Vintage Vegas, a time when cabaret was the name of the game and the casinos were run by ne’er-do-wells. Vintage Vegas is also the name of this online slot from Rival Gaming so keep reading to find out more.
Vintage Vegas is a five reel slot with three rows and up to fifty paylines; the glow of neon bathes the backdrop to the reels and 3D neon signs light up various options on the screen.
The high value symbol include a poker hand, a pair of dice, a slot machine, a dancing girl, Frank Sinatra, a cigar-chomping chap and a stack of poker chips.
The wild symbol is the neon cowboy which still stands on the site of the old Pioneer Club on Fremont Street; the roulette wheel is the scatter symbols which activates the main feature.
During the base game any combo which includes a wild symbol will payout at 5x.
Most Rival Gaming slots have two distinct bonus features but here there’s only one – a free spins round. To trigger these spins you will need to land three or more of the roulette wheel scatter symbols anywhere in view for which you will receive the following:
- Three roulette wheels – 10 free spins
- Four roulette wheels – 20 free spins
- Five roulette wheels – 60 free spins
The cowboy wild is also important here because if it contributes to a win it will multiply that amount by an impressive 11x.
Landing three or more scatter symbols during this feature will award more free spins.
We like the vintage vegas theme and the appearance of the great Frank Sinatra; we’d prefer one more feature as is the norm with Rival but we’ll cope with just the free spins. Make sure you keep the sound on for that classic Swing sound and try and ignore the slightly low RTP of 94.55%