Swing into Some Wins on this Slot Machine

Posted on April 17, 2014

spiderman slotWhilst playing this slot machine it is possible to find yourself swinging through the streets as Spiderman and picking up some wins on your way, but only if you trigger, and play, the relevant bonus round. On the Spiderman slot, there are two bonus rounds, the Spiderman bonus round and the Venom bonus round, named after a super villain who is one of Spiderman’s arch enemies. Both of these bonus rounds are triggered in the same manner, by getting at least 3 of the scatter symbols in certain positions on the reels, which means that you have to choose which of the rounds you would prefer to play. If you opt to play the Spiderman bonus round, you will be awarded 15 free spins where any wins are paid at double their usual value, plus extra wild symbols would have been added to reels 2 and 4. If however, you opt to play the Venom bonus round, it is then that you can get to swing through the streets as Spiderman. The round consists of you swinging through the streets in pursuit of Venom and although if, on your journey, you spy any other villains, you could receive some bonus awards, the big win may come if you can catch Venom. Catching Venom will not automatically earn you the biggest possible win; that will only come if, after having a fight with him, you are victorious.

The bonus rounds are not the only time you get a chance to win on this slot machine, there are also regular wins plus expanding wilds which can result in some very lucrative earnings but it should perhaps be noted, the expanding wilds feature is not active during the free spins.

As Spiderman was one of the characters from Marvel comics, this slot machine is part of the Marvel franchise and so is one of the slots that can be randomly awarded the playing of the special Marvel jackpots round. This is a round that pays out, one at a time, four, shared progressive jackpots which, as they are shared, can be very high.

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