Million Cents slot machine is a classic online slots game from the iSoftBet software company. The slot possesses 5 reels, 3 rows and 20 paylines. There are no scatters & free spins, but there are wilds and a unique way to form winning combinations. A number of paylines are fixed, so gamblers can only modify the value of the coin (from 0.01 to 0.1) and stake per line level (from 1 to 5). The minimal total stake is just $0.2 and the highest stake is $10. Users can enjoy this slot in free play (demo) mode or for real money. Also you can play such interesting game like Mona Lisa Jewels.
Million Cents slots game has a pretty design with a variety of colours (purple and red tones). A sparkling logo is located on the screen top. On the reels you may see classic Vegas style symbols: cherries, single, double and treble bars, simple and fire sevens, as well as the Million Cents’ logo, the Fortune inscription and numbers (0, 00 and 10). The soundtrack includes the background music (really nice rhythmic track), computer generated spin sounds and loud winning sounds.
Ordinary wins are multiplied by bet per payline. Prize combination is formed when 3, 4 or 5 similar appear on a payline, but sevens and bars can form mixed winning combos. Any bars combo gives a player from 0.25 to 1 his bet per line, whilst mixed one and cherries are worth from 0.5 to 1.5 bets. Treble, double and single bars grant up to 12.50, 7.50 and 5 bets respectively, sevens are worth from 2 to 15, fire – from 5 to 50 and Fortunes – up to 100. The game’s logo is a wild, it can substitute for nearly all symbols (excepting numbers) in order to complete prize combinations. Five wilds on a line grant a gambler 500 his stakes.
Symbols with 10, 00 and 0 can form special combos (while playing at max bet). Appropriate wins aren’t multiplied by stake per payline, they are calculated in coins. All with numbers pay according to the combinations of the twenty lines. Thus, 10 = 1 coin, 10+0 = 10 coins, 10+0+0+0 = 10 000 etc. The highest prize of the online slot machine is million cents (which gave the name to the play) i.e. $10 000, it may be won on the first line only.