Invading Vegas Slot Review – Play’n Go

We have provider Play’n Go‘s second game launch of the year, which is actually slightly released and was scheduled to release in late December. The studio is one of the oldest in the casino market, being established in 2005 and has a portfolio including over 350 slots. Its most popular release is ‘Book Of Dead’, released in 2016, and many sequels have followed. The latest review was for the game titled ‘Cash-A-Cabana’, which has a max win capped at 10,000x and a Free Spins feature with a Multiplier up to 20x. In today’s review, we are learning all about ‘Invading Vegas’, which was released on 12th January!

An Alien Invasion has begun in Las Vegas, UFO’s have arrived with eager Aliens wanting to take over and explore the world. These Aliens may look friendly with their smiles but are armed with ray guns and impressive moonwalkers. The game background shows some of the best sights in Las Vegas, including landmarks such as the Effiel Tower and the Statue Of Liberty. Neon lights still shine in the night sky, and the UFO, which has crashed, landed on a building. Low-paying symbols are different coloured card-suit poker chips. Premium symbols are different smiling characters, each with unique animations when landing and part of wins. There are many small aspects you notice as you spin, such as animations within the background and fun sound effects.

When the Free Spins feature is triggered, the game background is transformed. The invasion has begun, with UFOs flying in the sky and a wormhole in the sky. Destruction to the whole game background, the Aliens have trashed the place and caused mayhem. Play’n Go has smashed it with its unique visuals and attention to detail.

Invading Vegas has a classic setup of 5 reels by 3 rows; this includes 20 set pay lines. This slot is medium variance with a set RTP of 96.20% and a max win capped at 10,000x. You can bet from £0.01 to £100.

Invading Vegas Symbols & Pay Table

There are 11 symbols in total; this includes 4 low-paying symbols. These are represented by Purple Clubs, Blue Diamonds, Green Hearts and Red Spades poker chips. There are also 5 premium symbols, which are represented by different unique characters. In addition to these regular symbols are a UFO Bonus Scatter and a Wild Symbol. The highest paying symbol is the Elvis-looking premium & Wilds; both pay 25x for 5 across a pay line. Wilds substitute for all symbols except the scatter.

Invading Vegas Features & Mechanics

The ‘Lock On Re-Spin’ is triggered on the middle reel when the first and second reels fully show the full stack of the same symbol (this can include Wilds). A Re-Spin is awarded and cannot be re-triggered.

Stacked Wild Symbols can land on the middle reel after a Re-Spin is triggered. The stacked Wild becomes a Walking Wild that moves right by one reel for each Re-Spin until landing on the last reel. An additional Re-Spin occurs on all other reels once the Walking Wild stops on the last reel.

Landing 3 or more scatters during a base game spin will trigger the Free Spins feature. Awarding 12 Free Spins, during spins, reels are flipped. The Walking Wild moved to the left until it reached the first reel instead of the right, like in the base game.

Conclusion

Overall, I had a lot of fun testing this game out. Visually Play’n Go really paid attention to detail, with all the additional extras you notice and detail within the artwork. The base game is just as volatile as the Free Spins feature, including the Lock On Re-Spin and stacked Wild Symbols. The Free Spins improves the moonwalking Alien Wild, now moving left rather than right for some unbelievable wins. I highly recommend trying this game for yourself, and check out our exclusive casino offers.

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