About Mega Moolah
Although that might have changed by the time you’re reading this. None the less, this title has a really great balance of base game action, bonus game fun and progressive prize possibility. The base game in Mega Moolah uses the classic slot safari theme. When you load up the game your treated to a bit of animation that shows a lion going to a witch doctor to find out his fortune, which apparently is somewhat like a modern player spinning the reels of an online slot. The comparison is a bit dinky, but none the less fun.
Then its on to the reel game, which is predictably full of Serengeti creatures including a lion wild multiplier that will double the value of your wins. The sound effects are in line with the rest of the theme, so if you’re expecting roars and elephant trumpets, then you definitely won’t be disappointed.
The bonus round on Mega Moolah pulls in a classic format that you’re going to see time and time again. If you’re even the most novice slot player you’ll already know what we’re chatting about, of course, its the triple paying free spin round. If you manage to stop in three or more of the Monkey scatters you’ll be granted access to this round where you’ll pick up 15 free spins. You can re-trigger this bonus to earn yourself an addition 15 free spins from within the round.
Finally, there’s the four Mega Moolah progressive jackpots. These range from the smallest (micro) up to the biggest (mega) and you can see all of them slowly tot up cash at the side of the screen. In order to win one of these you simply have to play and wait, as believe it or not, the second screen game that decides which of these prizes can be randomly awarded after any spin. It doesn’t have to be a winning spin either, but it can’t be activated during the free spin round. This might sound a bit strange, but it really adds to the anticipation and excitement in the slot’s reel game.
When you get to Mega Moolah’s second screen game, you’ll see a wheel of fortune with four slightly different coloured types of segment on it. Each colour corresponds to a jackpot. There’s loads of micro jackpot coloured segments, but only one mega coloured segment. You get to spin the wheel, and the colour on which is stops dictates your prize. This couldn’t be simpler, as it’s very much a bonus on rails, which none the less can pay the big prize.