Mine All Mine Slots

Mine-All-MineMine All Mine is a game where the action revolves around a miner that’s looking for gold. The location where this happens is obviously a mine, though the title could just as easily talk about someone that loves his possessions a bit too much. It’s a WGS slot machine, one of their modern titles, with plenty of features and adequate graphics for the task, though I’m not exactly impressed with what I’m seeing in terms of design.

You get 5 reels in Mine All Mine, which have 25 lines on them. There are features inside which include free games, progressive jackpots, scatters and wilds. The top payouts are those progressive jackpots, with the second best offer being at $5,000.

Features of Mine All Mine

The action in Mine All Mine gives you a wild symbol, a scatter, a round with free spins and a bonus game which can bring you some progressive prizes.

The Gold Nugget is one of the game’s best paying symbols, and it’s also a wild feature at the same time. Having this symbol on the reels is almost always good news, because it can be helpful in a couple of ways. The obvious one is when it forms a combination of two to five Gold Nuggets, arranged from left to right, which would pay between 2x and 1,000x. The other one is the role of a substitute, the wild symbol being capable of forming combinations with other regular icons, but not when it comes to the scatter.

As is often the case in these games, a scatter icon is also present on the reels. It pays from any random location it might land in, and manages to offer payouts as high as 50 times the bet if enough of them are present.

Free Games Feature

10 free spins can be won in this game, provided that you landed three or more Prospector scatter symbols, anywhere on the reels. With each free spin that is done, you may get the Miner to appear and to throw sticks of dynamite towards symbols from the middle three reels. Symbols that have dynamite land and explode on them will turn into Gold Nugget wilds.

Mine all Mine Progressive Feature

There is also a chance that, as you’re playing a game, you might get a progressive bonus game to trigger. This happens at random, so the slot’s symbols have no influence over it. You pick a lever, and this will send the Miner into the mine, on the railway track. You can get a cash prize, or you can win one of three progressive jackpots. The more you’ve wagered that round, the better your chances to get a progressive prize.

Betting options and jackpots

The minimum line bet allowed is worth only $0.01, while the biggest one is at $5. Since 25 paylines can be active, you can end up spending $125 for each spin you go through.

The rewards would be those three progressive jackpots which are triggered at random through a bonus feature, or the fixed payouts of 1,000x, which will bring you $5,000 at best.

Design and symbols

They’ve done a decent enough job with Mine All Mine, but I would’ve wanted even better graphics from it. The action takes place inside a gold mine, with the mine shaft being visible behind the reels, which are surrounded with wooden beams for support. The symbols are a mix of playing cards and gold mining icons, some of them looking like they were painted instead of drawn.


Symbols: Gold Nugget (wild, 1,000 coins), White Beard Miner (50x bet, scatter), Red Beard Miner (1,000 coins), Donkey (750 coins), Gold Cart (750 coins), Mine (500 coins), Ace (250 coins), King (150 coins), Queen (150 coins), Jack (150 coins), 10 (100 coins) and 9 (100 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

Its major strengths seem to come from those progressive jackpots, but the regular prizes offer only 1,000x the line wager, so they are very low. I wouldn’t recommend it mostly because of that aspect.

Mine All Mine can be found at any WGS casino, where you get a chance to play it for real money or in free mode.