Play Big With Microgaming Slots

Microgaming has a huge collection of over 300 slot games to choose from. Some of them are bigger and better known than others, but we’ve chosen three big slots here that all feature that word in the title. Will some of these prove to be bigger successes than others?

Big 5

The Big 5 of the title refers to the collection of animals you can find on safari in Africa. You can expect to see a lion, rhino, elephant, and more on the screen for this one. Not surprisingly, the lion is the richest symbol to find. This is a three-reel game with one clear payline. The paytable appears on the main screen too, giving you everything you need in one place.

Big Kahuna

Who or what is the Big Kahuna Slots, you might ask? This one takes us to the delights of a Pacific island, where you can look for monkeys, watermelons, and perhaps even a volcanic island icon on the reels. You get five reels here with nine paylines, so it’s ideal for those players wanting to try a five-reel game without needing to cover lots of lines. The monkey is used as a scatter, while the Big Kahuna logo is a wild. You also get to play a Volcano Bonus and a Mask Bonus, although there are no free spins to go for.

Big Chef

No, not Big Chief – Big Chef. There’s some cooking going on here! This one has more detail than the two games we mentioned above. It gives you five reels and 15 lines to bet on. You can look for the Big Chef logo appearing as a wild. There are two scatters as well – the cloche and the chef. There are free spins to be won here but do watch out for the chance to benefit from a Rising Wild. That’s something you don’t see in every game you play.

Play some of the biggest games in the Microgaming collection now

There are some bigger games than these that don’t mention the word ‘big’ in the title. However, you can be certain there are lots of delights to be had in these games, even though they are earlier releases from this developer. They show you how far Microgaming has come in producing games to entertain slot players the world over. Will you find some more favorites in their collection or stick with these?