• Bodog Adds New Event Horizon Slot From BetSoft

    16 September 2015

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    The clash between video slots and classic slots is something that fans have seen going on for over a decade, and BetSoft is well aware of this dichotomy. Their Event Horizon game takes advantage of the tension between these two types of games by offering a bit of a crossover. It has elements of both three-reel and five-reel games, and Bodog Casino is happy to be adding it to their lineup.

    Format and Layout

    The format of Event Horizon is five reels with three rows. It uses the 243-ways format, and it's worth noting that this all-ways format is virtually unheard of for three-reel games, so that's one way that it really stays in line with what would be considered video slots. However, almost all of the symbols are what you would find in classic games like various bar symbols, cherries, bells and lucky sevens. This is all seen across a sort of futuristic or outer space style of graphics and sound, and that really ties the game together as a whole.

    The minimum coin size is $0.02 in this game, and coins go up to $0.25 each. The bets are based on 25 coins per spin, which is a little lower than what you find with most 243-ways games, and you can bet up to five times that with increments of 25, 50, 75, 100 or 125 coins at a time. The choice between different coin sizes and the different number of coins adds a lot of custom options to the available bet sizes per spin.

    Features and Payouts

    The comet symbol is wild and shows up on the last four reels. While it doesn't have its own win for five of a kind, they will help you to earn a lot of wins you wouldn't have picked up anyway. Certain reels can sync up if they are side by side at random, and it's possible to even get all five reels to sync up at the same time. This is the core feature that drives the gameplay, and it will help you to get much more value by making it easier to get multi-line wins. Add in the balanced paytable, and you can see that Bodog Casino has definitely made a good choice for their newest game release.

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