Microgaming Releases No Worries Slots
The gaming world’s premier software provider Microgaming Viper released its second multi player slots.
The reason why it decided to release another slot game in this genre is because of the Multiplayer Wheel of Wealth’s popularity. Wheel of Wealth is multi player game based on its predecessor No Worries.
The multi-player feature enables players to be grouped into virtual rooms, obviously this depends on how much they’re prepared to wager. 30 Players can be seated in each room. A player has visual access to only his slot machine and can chat with other players. Players earn points as they wager on the No Worries slot game.
When a player earns three or more Point Indicators, the total of the points earned will be transferred to the leader board and the player will be ranked on the leader board according to the points accrued. In the Aussie Windmill Pump Bonus round the leader board positions come into play, it’s activated automatically at various stages. There’s an 18-segment wheel with 5 different Australian animals in the bonus round. Ranging from 10% to a 100%, each animal represents a percentage of the jackpot amount. According to their jackpot position players on the top ten virtual room leader board will split the jackpot. If the player is highly ranked the higher the player’s share would be in the jackpot won.
No Worries Game Features
Microgaming’s No Worries slot machine comes with 20 paylines and permits wagering amounts ranging from $0.01 to $20 per spin. The jackpot payout comes to 5,000 coins and the next highest jackpot is 2,000 coins.The slot game succeeds in capturing the essence of the Australian Outback on the reels. The majority of the symbols showcased on the reels display various indigenous Australian animals crafted in a humorous style, such as the Wallaby, Koala, Platypus, Wombat, Kookaburra and Tasmanian devil.
The scatter symbol are the Boomerang and Tazza symbols. The wild symbol is the No Worries logo. Appearing as high value symbols on the reels are Aboriginal style high value playing card letters. If winning combinations occur many of the symbols become animated. For instance, a didgeridoo is played by the Kookaburra. Players will enjoy the background music in Microgaming’s Multiplayer No Worries; it further enhances the style and theme of the slot game.
Players can now play No Worries Multiplayer slot game at all Microgaming powered online casinos. Players must select “Multiplayers & Tournaments” from the Games lobby. Within this window they must access the Multiplayer tab and double click on the game icon to open it.[addtoany]
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