All Slots Casino Offering Three New Games and SlideAWild(TM) Feature

Published Thursday, November 03, 2011 -

Online gamblers love their slot games and there are thousands of them available for fun and entertainment. Some slot lovers look for the new and interesting other stay with old standards.
Those who look for the new ones will be pleased with the offering this month by All Slots Online Casino.  Dr. Love, Throne of Egypt and Crocodopolis which introduces the new SlideAWild(TM) feature will becoming online soon. The players will be given double loyalty points when playing from November 3rd though 5th on Dr. Love, Throne of Egypt and Crocodopolis.

The first new offering is Crocodopolis Video Slot which is set in ancient Egypt.This 5-reel, 25-payline slot machine features the Crocodile God as the Wild Symbol. Players can use the new 'SlideAWild' feature at the top of the slot to determine the Wild's landing position and behaviour, all the while adjusting the game to their own style of play. Crocodopolis video slot accepts bets from 0.02 to 5.00 per line and also has a free game feature.
Dr. Love has 20 paylines with loads of jackpot and free spin opportunities. Throne of Egypt features 25 paylines of brilliant Egyptian treasures, with retriggering Free Spins, a multi-level bonus round and wilds and multipliers adding even more opportunities to win. Jackpot Factory's

Vice President for Player Affairs, David Brickman, commented on the new offerings, "All Slots Casino is proud to bring exciting new innovations to the world of slots,"  Brickman continued, "This timely release includes yet another never-seen-before feature that is sure to catch the attention of slots players."
Powered by renowned online gambling software developer Microgaming and accredited by eCOGRA the fair play online casino watchdog the quality offered by All Slots Casino is second to none. The All Slots Casino takes the business of responsible gambling seriously and offers support for those who have gambling issues and enforces strict rules to prevent underage participation.




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