Lost Vegas Pokie
The city of Las Vegas, the world’s capital of entertainment, has been struck by a Zombie apocalypse. From the reason still unknown, the city is overthrown by the un-dead and now you must find your way through a set of familiar Las Vegas locations, hoping not only for the sole existence – but for some valuable cash prizes.
Zombie-themed pokies are relatively new genre, as opposed to the Zombie movies and TV shows. Based around the popular “Walking Dead” and its prequels, the Lost Vegas pokie machine is the latest addition to the pool of Microgaming-powered pokies.
Established in 1994, Microgaming is one of the highest recognized providers of online casino software. During the last two decades, the company has become a benchmark for excellence within the online gaming industry – thanks to its solutions suitable for both online casino operators and a growing fan base. Microgaming is also known for its large number of different themed pokies, where Lost Vegas is the first one with a bit darker theme.
About The game
Coins Range:0.30 - 45
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:50/
As many other games from the same provider, this is also a very rewarding game that features wilds, scatters and mini games and you can play it on desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
How to Play
Lost Vegas is a 5-reel pokie machine with 243 different ways to win per spin. Before start spinning, you can choose a side to play – in either Zombie or Survivor Modes. Depending on your choice, you will have different Free Spins features. The good thing is you can switch sides at any time in the base game, so choose first which you prefer and then change if you like the other better.
If you decide to join Survivors, you’ll find yourself within a group of heroic humans trying to escape the zombies. While playing the Zombie mode, don’t be scared with the flesh eating dead citizens of the city of Las Vegas – your goal is the same: collect as much as possible and earn some free spins.
Almost to forget – in addition to the themed symbols, you will find low-paying regular playing card icons and there is a Wild icon that can help you form a winning combination, but it can’t replace the scatter.
The game has 2 bonus features and they are both randomly activated after spin where you failed to form a winning combination. All you have to do is to collect 3 or more Hazard signs, which act as the game’s scatter symbol.
If you decided to play in the Survivor Mode, the game will award you with the Survivor Free Spins feature, along with the special Stash feature, where the lower value playing card will be removed from the reels and you will have a chance to score some cash prizes. The wheels will keep spinning until all the lower value playing card symbols have been removed from the reels.
There is also the Zombie Fist of Cash feature, which is just simple as it sounds – the fist of a Zombie will appear and reward you with a nice cash prize.
While playing in this mode, beware of the full Zombie symbol that will eventually land on a random reel and infect it for the duration of the feature. Also, this will turn a single wild into stacked wilds and the feature will end once all 5 reels are infected, or you when you play 50 free spins in total.
If lucky and skilful enough to survive all 50 free spins, the Lost Vegas pokie machine will give you an additional cash prize.
The game offers a wide range of betting options, so you can start from as low as $0.30 to $45, while the maximum jackpot is 1.000 coins and the total payout depends on the amount you decided to bet.
Designed in a cartoon-style with stunning animations and creepy background sound effects, Lost Vegas is the newest pokie machine from Microgaming. Set in the scenery of the city of Las Vegas, overthrown by a Zombie apocalypse, the game features two different playing modes, which also influence the way you deal with your hard-earned free spins.
Lost Vegas is a medium variance pokie machine, available to the players with desktop, mobile or tablet devices and packed with some decent winning opportunities. Pick a side and benefit from the two different type of bonus features – we really think that it pays off to stick with Zombies.