The term online slots gets thrown around a lot. Someone who is not in the loop will often get confused and think that if you’ve seen one slot machine, you’ve seen them all. While it may seem so on the surface, the truth is much more intricate, which is why there are sites like best-slots-sites.co.uk which tend to rank best and worst sites and casino games you can play online, in order to save you the trouble of looking for them yourself. For this piece, we have done something similar – after a bit of research, we discovered these 3 fine online slot games that we hope you are going to enjoy.
Solomon: The King
Most beginners are well acquainted with slot machines that have three reels, three rows, and 5 fixed paylines. This means that there are very few ways you can win and a very small number of possible combinations. This is just to provide a bit of context because Solomon: The King is not such a slot game.
Like with many online slots, you can increase and decrease the bet size, set up automatic spins and possibly win a few free spins. This is where the similarities with your average slot game end. There are five reels and ten rows, with a large number of blank Solomon symbols. There are wild symbols and even a mini-game which gets triggered when you accumulate non-winning symbols. Solomon: The King functions on a cascading principle, meaning that the winning symbols disappear and make way for new symbols, with a few more winning options. At the time of writing and according to askgamblers.com, the RTP for Solomon: The King is slightly over 95%. The game was developed by Red Rake Gaming.
From Stormcraft Studios, known for their casino games like Jungle Jim and Dragon Shard, we have Fortunium, a game with a steampunk/ fortune theme. It features 5×5 reels, 40 paylines, and an RTP of 96.37%. Interestingly enough, Fortunium is Stormcraft’s first-ever game.
Do you have that one friend that still insists on filming from their phone in portrait mode? Well, Fortunium was designed with them in mind, allowing players to enjoy a slot game on their phone without needing to turn their screen sideways. The game comes in 23 different languages, including English, Japanese, German, Greek, Turkish, Finnish, and more. It also has a mechanic called The Win Booster™, which allows players to boost their bets by 50%.
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
When a slot game has a brand license like this, it is either a complete success or a total failure. Luckily for us, with Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, the former is the case. There are 25 paylines, wild symbols, and even multipliers. It does not have the autoplay option, but it does have sound clips from the movie, as well as the pictures of the characters as the symbols, along with whiskey, glasses, and van. After a few spins, you are going to feel like you are in the movie, or at least in the 70s. The game is great for the fans of the movie, as well as those that like that old retro casino feeling. The game is available both online and as an app