Online gambling software provider, Rival Gaming has launched a brand new slot game in the form of WinMill – a classic three reel title game with a distinctly Dutch theme. From the first spin of the reels, it is clear that Rival Gaming has gone all out to keep its players extremely entertained, and as compact as this game may be, it still succeeds in pulling a powerful punch.
The graphics and animations of WinMill slot game are clearly a result of Rival Gaming’s genius, ranging from the large windmill turning in the background as you play the game, to the delightfully animated Dutch man and woman, enthusisatically cheering from the side lines as the reels spin. If there was any question about the theme of this new game, the windmill, man and woman in ethnic dress, clogs, cheese and more will answer it for you very fast!
Icons to look out for in this game (ie. that pay well) include the tulips which pay the highest rewards to lucky players who manage to land them on the reels.
A nice touch to WinMill slot is the fact that the reels don’t spin in the normal way. Instead they seem to go in the direction of a turning windmill blade, spinning in a whirr until they come to a stop to reveal the symbols.
Despite being a three reel game, WinMill slot manages to fit in two bonus games to keep its players rewarded and entertained. By landing three gold coins on the reels, players trigger the second screen bonus game which sees them collecting gold coins which are thrown out of the windmill. The interactive element of this slot game should prove to be exceptionally apealing to players.
The second bonus game is one that is randomly triggered and can appear after any spin. The Dutch maiden will suddenly appear and offer two closed fists, and the player needs to guess which hand she is holding a gold coin in. A lucky guess will naturally result in the player winning the coin and having its value added to their winning sum.
WinMill slot is a great new addition to Rival Gaming’s portfolio and should prove to be very popular with players.