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Major Moolah Slot

While Rival Gaming have some excellent slots – many of them with big win potential – only a handful of these include a progressive jackpot. Major Moolah is one of those games. This slot combines solid traditional (3-reel) slot gaming with the chance to scoop a big prize. What you’ll also find is that Major Moolah is bright and has very professional production,

The one thing you cannot fail to notice when you first see Major Moolah is the gold! This permeates the reels, the symbols, the logo and the background too. At the very top of the screen you will see the jackpot, which will tick upwards every time this slot is played. Underneath the jackpot counter is the very bright and brash logo. This is based on a red banner type background, and is a vivid gold and blue. Behind it are stays and huge piles of gold coins. You will be left in no doubt at all about what this slot is all about – the focus is 100% on the money!

Reels are in the bottom right part of this game, and are framed by studded gold. The graphics are created to show the curve of the reels – just like on the original mechanical 3-reel slots. You’ll find at least a small amount of gold on every symbol. These include bars (1, 2 and 3 bars all of which have solid gold backgrounds with different coloured writing on the top). Sevens which are gold edged with red, and white / blue both edged with gold. There are gold coins and the ‘Major Moolah’ (MM) logo which is the one which can scoop you the jackpot.

On the left hand side you will find a long pay table, which shows you the prizes for 1, 2 or 3 coins for all of the different winning combinations. When you hit a win, the appropriate number will flash, so you can keep track of which win you hit very easily. The controls are below the reels and pay table.

While you play a short swing beat tune with a bass and drum will play. This is relaxed and did not get annoying even though it is on a short loop. When you spin you will hear a whirring noise (again recreating the feel of an original mechanical slot). There is a bright ‘dring!’ noise when a win comes in.