Crazy Vegas Slots

Crazy-VegasCrazy Vegas, an RTG slot machine, is going to give you a glimpse into the Las Vegas lifestyle and will also show you some of the people that contribute to it. From magicians to showgirls or Elvis impersonators, the game has it all, in addition to stacks of cash and various types of casino games. It might not look like much at first glance since the design doesn’t seem to be very recent, but it has all the right elements for a Las Vegas inspired slot.

The game comes with a number of interesting features, Big Bonus being one of them, while others include the three “Free Spins” chips and the symbol that acts both as a wild and as a scatter symbol. A $1,500 jackpot is offered as well, along with the progressive jackpot.

Features of Crazy Vegas

One of the more memorable features available in Crazy Vegas is the combination wild/scatter that the game logo is capable of. In a wild capacity, the logo can substitute for the other symbols in the game. At the same time, if you have multiple logo symbols in any position in this game, you’re going to get rewarded for it. The minimum requirement is for three symbols of this type to be present. A prize that is worth 5x the value of the bet is awarded when there are three scatter symbols. It goes up, to 20x the bet, for four scatters. Five scatters will give you the biggest prize, 100 times the round’s total bet.

Big Bonus is the second type of feature you’re going to encounter here. It’s a bonus symbol, capable of appearing only on two out of five reels (1 and 5). Get this symbol on both reels and the bonus game will start. Next, you will notice two wheels that are spinning in different directions. Once you click on the button marked Big Bonus, the wheels will stop. Your prize is the amount you’ve wagered on that round, multiplied first with one number, then the result is multiplied again with the second number.


Free Spins Feature

Though they all have “Free Spins” written on them, the three chips that have this role each look different, colored in Blue, Purple and Green. You can get them on three reels, the ones from 2 to 4. If you get three of them, the free spins feature starts up and the three chips will let you know how many rounds you’ve won and the multiplier.

Betting options and jackpots

With a total of 20 paylines that can become active for a spin, Crazy Vegas uses 1 coin in each case, for a maximum of 20 coins. The coins are the only ones you can modify if you want to change the line wager, so you go from the lowest setting of $0.01, all the way up to $5 which is highest. If you can afford it, the game will let you increase the wager per round up to $100.

Despite the relatively high wagers, the game doesn’t offer huge prizes. The best possible combo, with five stacks of cash, will only pay 300 coins (about $1,500).

The progressive jackpot might be a better solution here, but it’s triggered randomly, so you can’t rely on it as something that the game will offer you.

Design and symbols

The things that the symbols themselves show you don’t look that bad, but the resolution seems a bit too low, so the entire design suffers. It’s not a bad looking slot otherwise and it manages to transmit what Las Vegas is about pretty well.

Symbols: Crazy Vegas (scatter/wild, 100x the bet), Free Spins (scatter), Big Bonus (bonus game), Cash stack (300x), Elvis (150x), Showgirl (150x), Magician (90x), Jack playing card winking (90x), Roulette (45x), Dice (45x).


Is It Worth Playing?

Someone that’s nostalgic about Las Vegas and about the great times they had there should give it a go. I’ve enjoyed the wild/scatter combo, as well as the bonus game and the free spins. The low top prize is the only thing I’m going to complain about.

You will find Crazy Vegas at any online casino which chooses to use software from RTG, playable either for free or for real money.