Roll up your sleeves – this new slot requires both luck and player skill!

May 31st, 2007

Isle of Man software provider Microgaming has continued its move to convert the best of its Flash-play no download slots games across to its more popular downloaded casino software platform.

Last month saw the re-release of “Cash n Curry” – now it’s “Game On!”’s turn!

Game On - Animal World Cup 




If you like to play Microgaming’s AWP (Amusement with Prizes**) range of innovative 3 reel slots this new release is a must play! “Game On!” is a favourite with players already and originally came out in time for the Germany World Cup (so, June 2006)…

The game theme is a weird soccer safari with animals competing for the World Cup. (and the bonus game just gets weirder…)

The Microgaming team classifies these games as “UK Style Pub Fruit Machine Slots” and the thing they all have in common is heaps of interaction. You can’t just sit back and let the game play itself in Expert Autospin mode as the benefits you can gain from nudges, nudge holds, nudge repeats and a Skill-Shot Ladder Feature all add to your chances of a big payout.

OK, it will help to be a sports fan (preferably football) in order to really get a buzz from this game. (I must confess I even like the crowd noises when you win in this slot!) But as the game combines luck and skill, anyone can come away a winner if you work at it.

Where can I play Game On? (or any of these other AWP games?)
UK owned Spin Palace Fortune Casino is our top rated slots venue (sorry, no US players) and American’s from 19 States can still safely play “Game On!” at Blackjack Ballroom or Zodiac Casino.


**My favourite AWP games: Who wants to be a Stallionaire (race track meets game show style), Cash n Curry (drinking ale to quench your after-curry thirst), Pub Fruity (with darts game). [I’m  not so fussed for GeeGees (a horsey disco setup) and Pandamonium (heavy metal Panda bears) slots games of the same series]

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