Vintage Vegas Slots

Vintage-VegasVintage Vegas, while clearly a slot machine about Las Vegas, it doesn’t try to appeal to your own memories of this great city, instead trying to tell you about its beginnings. If you’ve heard about the early days, when the mob ruled the city and when Sinatra was singing in the city, then you probably have an idea already about how the city looked back then. That’s what Vintage Vegas tries to show you, in a game that might not win awards for its design, but which fans of Las Vegas will appreciate anyway. The slot is a Rival Gaming creation.

Despite the vintage look, it’s got a modern setup, with 5 reels & 50 bet lines. It also has free spins, a scatter symbol, multipliers of up to 11x and wilds. The top payout advertised inside is at $37,500.

Features of Vintage Vegas

Part of Vintage Vegas are all the usual features which slot machines have been offering online, including the wilds, the scatters, multipliers that go quite high and rounds of free spins.

If you look at the wild symbol, you will discover on it an image with a Cowboy, though it’s a neon sign and not a real one. This symbol serves as the wild, so naturally you can expect it to substitute for other symbols, taking their place on winning lines and helping with the formation of new combinations. It applies 5x multipliers to the wins obtained from combinations with wilds in them. Wilds also appear together on the same lines, and if that does happen you can get paid up to 15,000 times the line bet.

Free Games Feature

The Roulette image is the one that is the scatter symbol in the game. It’s not going to be required to form a regular combo, being enough if it appears in enough spots on the reels. At least three symbols with the Roulette will be needed in order to trigger free spins, and this would get you 10 rounds. With four symbols, the result would be 20 free spins. Finally, you can get 60 free spins if you have the maximum number of five Roulette scatters.


While the free spins are used, wild symbols which contribute to combinations apply 11x multipliers to their wins.

Betting options and jackpots

To place a bet in Vintage Vegas, you need to decide how many lines you want active (a maximum of 50 possible), how many coins will be used for each one (up to 10) and what the denomination will be ($0.01 – $0.25). The line bet goes up to $2.50, while the total bet up to $125.

The Cowboy Wild pays the best amount among symbols that give prizes on their own, up to 15,000x being offered by it, or $37,500 cash. It can help you get a lot more by contributing to a combo together with the Jackpot symbol, in which case you can get up to 25,000x in the base game ($62,500) or 55,000x during free spins ($137,500).

Design and symbols

Vintage Vegas tries to show you what the city was like in the early days, back when the mob was a big part of it, or at least more visible than it is these days. You have on its reels images of neon style poker cards, singers, exotic dancers, mobsters and some of the gambling activities that could be attempted, especially roulette and dice.


The design style is not that great, and I’ve seen retro games with much better graphics, so I know that it’s possible to show off that time period in a much better way.


Symbols: Cowboy Sign (wild, 15,000x), Roulette (scatter), Jackpot Chips (5,000x), Mobster (2,500x), Singer (1,250x), Dancer (500x), Slot Machine (300x), Two Dice (250x), Cards (200x), Ace (150x), King (100x), Queen (80x), Jack (80x), 10 (75x) and 9 (75x).


Is It Worth Playing?

It’s a good game because of the huge prizes which can be won inside, especially once the wild gets involved and applies some multipliers. The features are good as well, though not extraordinary. The graphics would be the ones that are least convincing in this case.

Vintage Vegas can be found at any Rival casino, where you get a chance to play it for real money or in free mode.