It would be lovely to win gold coins whenever you play a slot game, wouldn’t it? But while there are coins to be won, they won’t usually be gold in nature. There are plenty of golden games around though, not least in the Microgaming collection. We’ve highlighted three of them here, so maybe you will find a new top title in the following promising games.
It’s no surprise to find a golden dragon on these reels, nor to see it atop a pile of gold coins in the image on the game screen. This is a three-reel game, so the logo, reels, and paytable all appear on one screen. There are five lines to bet on though instead of just one, so that improves your chances of securing a prize with each spin. The dragon is the best you can hope for, with five on a line paying between 1,000 and 5,000 coins depending which line they appear on.
What does a golden era mean to you? It is a classic time in history, and in this game, it refers to the classic era in Hollywood. You’ll see men and women dressed up in their finery, along with movie reels and movie cameras to complete the look. There are 15 paylines over the five reels, and you get a traditional clapper board as the scatter. Better still, three or more of these enables you to choose from some free spins with embracing wilds, or the Double Feature Bonus!
Who is the Golden Princess? You will find out in this appealing game with 25 lines spread over five reels. There is a woman wearing an ornate headdress, while a man looks as if he is wearing a headdress based on an eagle. There are cats of all descriptions here too, along with golden symbols based on the usual playing card ones. You can win up to 30 free games with the help of the treasure chest scatter, and wilds appear stacked in these games as well.
All three of these Microgaming titles hold up well when you play them. Some will prefer one to the others, but they are all very entertaining. Many Microgaming titles are exciting to try, and none of these let the side down. Will one of them secure more than just good fun for you though?