Vegas Flush Review
Exclusive slots need to be fun and exciting to play to get you to sign up with that casino. Will this Microgaming release succeed at tempting players, or will it leave Vegas with flushed cheeks and empty pockets?
- Set in the gambling mecca of the world; Las Vegas!
- Cool visuals and interesting character designs
- Special feature is simple and rewarding
Visiting the Vegas strip is an experience even if you are not a big fan of casinos.
However, if you love slots as much as your morning coffee? It is more of a pilgrimage rather than just another trip.
Microgaming has done a good job of recreating the look and feel of Vegas and its neon lights.
It is a shame the bonuses are not as good. We get Wilds with doubled wins, and free spins with a multiplier.
Theme, Graphics and Sounds
All sorts of people flock to the city of sin, and the developers show it using symbol designs.
Crafty old men, confident gamblers and confused tourists can all be seen on the board. The background image is also impressive, showing the Vegas strip in its full glory.
The software provider keep their user interface minimal. This allows you to soak in the atmosphere while you play!
When it comes to winning, Microgaming does not try to reinvent the roulette wheel. Find three or more matching icons on an active payline and you win a cash prize.
The action takes place on a five-reel, three-row playing field. We get nine paylines, which is okay for a board of this size. You cannot toggle individual paylines on or off at will.
Wilds are the standard part of just about every slot. In Vegas Flush, they can substitute for all symbols except for Scatters.
Unique to this title is the fact Wilds will double the payout of any win they are a part of. As you can imagine, this makes Wilds very valuable.
Land three or more Scatters in any position to win fifteen free spins. During the special feature, all wins will be tripled.
A standard $10 prize will grant a $30 payout instead while free spins are active. To make things even better, the bonus can be retriggered!
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RTP, bet sizes and volatility
Unfortunately, we were unable to find the exact RTP for this game. Second hand sources tell us that it is above 96%.
However, we were unable to verify this within the slot itself. As such, take that number with a grain of salt.
You can bet between $0.09 and $81 on each spin. This is a good bet spread, which should cover the needs of most players.
Keep in mind your maximum wager may be higher or lower. This depends on what casino you are playing Vegas Flush at.
Information about the slot’s volatility was also impossible to find. Given the absence of any official confirmation, we can only speculate.
Our educated guess would place it somewhere between medium and high variance. That seems to match with our gameplay, and the 2500x top prize.
We have to say, this game ended up being quite a let down for us. It has an amazing presentation, which immediately gripped us.
However, we expected something more than the same formula Microgaming has used thousands of times.
We are also highly sceptical of the absent RTP and volatility information. Vegas Flush has potential, but we cannot recommend playing it.
As such, we rate this game with 2 out of 5 stars. It has potential, but there are better option out there.