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Excellent HD graphics with jaunty, Harry Potter-inspired music and mining-wagon sound effects when you spin, all makes for a great gaming experience. That's before we've even looked at the bonus features. The reels are set in a dark blue cave, complete with mining track. Along the bottom is a command bar, where you can make your wager. Bets are made across all 20 paylines and therefore start at as little as $0.20, rising to the max bet of $100. Players can choose to Autospin between 10 and 1000 spins. Symbols include the rock-like 10 to A playing card icons, followed by a series of gems, the highest scoring being the Ruby, which pays out 1000x your wager when five appear on a payline.
Unlike other pokies such as Game of Thrones – whereby you have to unlock the map for the different kingdoms by wagering and playing, with Castle Builder II you can access the map right from the beginning. Once you choose your avatar, you can select the area you’d like to explore. Word of caution though – choose wisely.
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As soon as you click to play this pokie, you are greeted by a welcome screen detailing some of the features it has to offer. It is dark and a little bit creepy, although there are some friendly touches, including the pink and purple flowers surrounding the screen. Behind the reels is a dark forest, which is lit by a blue glow and tiny fireflies, which seem to dance around the woodland floor. The dark blue and purple colours help to create a mystical feeling, which make you feel more comfortable, even in the dark setting. Each symbol relates to the woodland theme with badgers, toadstools and trees on the reels. The playing card symbols, which are usually quite basic, also relate to the theme, as leaves are entwined around them.
Our Century ($21) is having his second start for new trainer Kim Waugh and he’ll be better suited up at this distance. Alward ($3.90) – one of two runners for Chris Waller – went very close to winning at his first three runs this prep before finishing sixth in the G2 Chairman’s over 2600m while stable mate My Nordic Hero ($26) is yet to really fire a shot in his three starts in Australia.
The comics, written by Mike Mignola, have inspired two feature length movies (one directed by Guillermo del Toro) and a couple of animated movies. It’s also been adapted into card games, board games, video games, and now pokies.
At the very beginning of the game, the first bet should be equal to two units: one bet on (7-12 sixline, and one bet on 25-30). If the first bet (7-12) was winning, the next bet should be on one sixline (25-30) and on even chances (on small numbers).
Classic Cinema is a 5 reel, 3 row video pokie with 25 paylines, that’s filled with excitement. Like any decent Hollywood classic, it’s filled with drama, intrigue, suspense and even a dash of horror, making it all the more compelling.