It’s a dream of most gamblers to one day go to Vegas. If you go, there when these zombies are about then you might not get the chance to have another trip. You’ll certainly appreciate the work that has been put into this game.
Lost Vegas has five reels and three rows of symbols. There’s no structured pay-lines here, instead there are an impressive 243 different ways to win. That’s achieved by wins being paid out for matching symbols on adjacent reels. Playing the game costs, a minimum of €0.30 and a maximum of €45.
Zombie or Survivor?
As well as deciding just how much to spend on each spin of the reels, you need to work out whether you want to be a survivor or a zombie. To do this simply click on the button above the reels. The survivors are literally fighting for their lives and that’s illustrated by the symbols. There’s a blonde with a baseball bat and playing the game isn’t on her mind at all. In addition, there’s a brunette who looks ready for a fight and a tough looking guy with a gun
If you choose to play as a zombie (it won’t be a dead loss), then the symbols aren’t quite as attractive looking. There’s a green skinned nurse with a hypodermic that would have me running for the hills, a murderous looking zombie with a gun, a Zombie Elvis, a showgirl who has definitely seen better days and a couple who have probably just got hitched and met a very sticky end. At least if they are zombies they can finish the rest of their honeymoon. Both modes also have the ten to Ace playing card symbols.
It’s the Lost Vegas symbol which is the wild in this game. It has the ability to replace other symbols in the game and help get you some winning combinations and boost that account balance of yours. It’s not able to substitute for the toxic scatter symbol though.
This is a straightforward game to play but there’s a lot going on. It’s best then to look through the rules to find out more about all the bonus features.
To get hold of some free spins you need to get at least three of the toxic scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. That’s handy as it doesn’t mean you have to be activating all the reels all the time. When the free spins are triggered, you either get the Survivor of Zombie mode.
In the Survivor mode, you get endless spins and when one of the playing card symbols appear they then get taken away from the reels and you get a win. The spins carry on until there are no playing card symbols remaining.
In the Zombie mode, there will be stacked zombies which turn wilds into stacked wilds. That’s a really useful infection and can get you some good wins. The spins continue until all the reels have been infected or you get to 50 free spins. If you do get to the 50 mark, then you receive an additional prize.
There’s even more though with the Blackout Bonus cropping up any time during the base game if you’ve had an unsuccessful spin. You receive a cash prize for each character symbol that’s on the reels so hopefully there won’t be many playing card symbols around. Also, if there’s one of the toxic scatter symbols on the reels, that gets you into the free spins round.
Another random feature is the Zombie Fist of Cash. This can appear in both modes after an unsuccessful spin. All of a sudden, a large zombie fist appears on the screen and awards you a cash prize.
Zombies are always a popular theme and it’s well adhered to in this game. There’s tons going on and plenty of chances to get a win so this is definitely recommended.