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Many online slots offerings tend to be more or less the same game engine with a skin to make it look visually different. However, there are game developers who put a lot of thought into the actual mechanics of their individual video slots, giving players the opportunity to use different playing strategies between games. With these developers, you’re able to find games which suit the way you play.
A popular such release by Saucify and available on the Genesys Group of Casinos is Aladdins Loot Video Slot, themed to the classic tale of Aladdin and all its associated characters. The magic of the story is really well captured in the game and graphics, and you can expect to be fully transported to a whole new world while playing it. You’ll find you keep anticipating the magic carpet ride to that ultimate win.
Colorful, enigmatic and fun, this video slot has a high entertainment value and with 25 lines on a max spin, it also gives you the feeling that something is happening with a win every few spins. For many players this gives more entertainment value than playing a long run of spins waiting for a big win, not that big wins are scarce on the game. Aladdins Loot will give up to 20 free spins and free spins can be activated again during these, which is nice as this often comes around. All wins are also doubled during free spins.
Animated tiles are triggered when any line gives a win, which always adds to the visual appeal and enjoyment of a game. Aladdins Loot manages to retain a certain amount of light heartedness and fun in its graphic representation of the classic tale.
Overall, the game offers a great video slot experience and the Aladdin theme always proves a firm favorite with a wide variety of audiences. So line up your wishes for the Genie, as with 75,000 coins to win, this game has the ability to make all your wishes come true.
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