Elvis Top 20 Slot Review
You Ain’t Nothin’ but a Hound Dog! Remember that one? Or how about, Jailhouse Rock? Perhaps you were more fond of, Are You Lonesome Tonight? In any event, for those of you who are Elvis fans, Barcrest have the perfect game for you, in Elvis Top 20. This product has reels filled with various different icons related to the artist, from images of him playing his guitar, to outlines of him in mid-dance, to jukeboxes and flashy cars. Yes, we’re sure that if he was still alive today, he’d be exceptionally pleased with such a game being dedicated to him.
There’s five reels and three rows in this one, as well as 20 separate pay lines, which you can alter around if you prefer placing bets on fewer. The stake per line is also able to be changed, moving from its minimum of £0.02 up to its maximum of £25, and thereby allowing all players to place a maximum overall wager of £500 per spin.
The scatter symbols in this game are represented first of all by the previously mentioned jukebox icon. Three or more of these appearing during the main game will trigger the ‘Jukebox Jive Bonus’ round. This requires you to select a jukebox from the selection to reveal a multiplier. The player is then awarded the value chosen multiplied by their total stake.
The guitar icon is a second scatter symbol, and three or more of these anywhere in view will trigger the ‘Guitar Bonus’ round. Here, one of the guitars on display will play and count up cash into the meter, followed by another guitar and so on. The accumulated cash is then awarded to you.
The third and final scatter icon is the gold record, and when you spin three or more of these on the reels, you’ll trigger the ‘Elvis Wheel Bonus’. When the wheel of fortune stops on a value, you’re awarded that total to your balance.
Finally, there’s also a wild icon included, represented by the ‘WILD’ with the crown on top of it. This substitutes for all symbols, except the three aforementioned scatters.
Elvis Top 20 provides players with not only a game based on a legend in the music industry, but a particularly wonderful offering of a product filled with extras.