Based on the look of Prism Casino’s new slot game Loch Ness Loot and, if it weren’t for the fact that the legend says the Loch Ness Monster is a cryptid or some sort of gigantic prehistorical dragon capable of attacking an entire village and mauling them to death, I’d say, the Loch Ness Monster is by far, the cutest animal ever since Winnie The Pooh.
Not only does this game have a fun, cute monster theme, but it also has lots of ways to win extra cash, which is truly the reason slot lovers keep playing slots. This 25 line, 5 reel slot machine game lets you win 8 free games in which you can double your prizes, randomly, regardless of the amount you’re playing.
The substitute symbol can be no other than the Loch Ness Monster himself, affectionately named “Lochie” for this game. After all, this is his game isn’t it? If Lochie shows up while you’re playing the free games, he will expand and cover the reels. This feature can be retriggered multiple times so there’s plenty of fun surprises bundled in this game.
Another great feature we’ve seen by Real Time Gaming, incorporated into most recent slot machine games like The Three Stooges II and others is their new Win-Win feature. This has truly been a hit amongst slot machine fans, and as such this casino games developer company keeps giving it to players. This Win-Win feature is a guarantee that any win during the games, will be multiplied so that you end up winning a much larger prize. This is like saying, no matter how much you win, we’ll turn it into more money automatically and of course, I like the sound of that.
The game features a minor and major progressive jackpot triggered at random, just like the Loch Ness monster ‘cameos’on film -you just never know when they’re going to occur. The game can be played through the Casino Download Suite and we think it’s time to stop raving and ranting about this new game and let you try it for yourself. Oh and don’t worry, Lochie doesn’t bite (as far as we know, that is). Enjoy and make sure to share with us your impressions on the comments section: what did you like best -or didn’t like- about the game, what would you have added or removed and what are your thoughts in general. We’re excited to know what you think of our little ‘creature’!