In the introduction to Arcade Fortune Slots, you will be asked to pick between a boy and a girl; either Jason or Kate. This slot is a throwback to the 80’s where arcade games were in. It is nostalgic for me as I did visit my local arcade many times to play such games as Skeet Ball, Pac Man, and others. This is a 3D slot with pixilated card symbols. UGH. The background is the arcade and game room where you will find Kate standing to the right of the slot.
About the Game
Arcade Fortune Slots has two progressive jackpots: the Mystery Jackpot and the Super Slots Jackpot. There is an Auto Play button available. But what are more important in this game are the special features. Thus we urge you to read the scrolled pay table where you will find the symbols, payouts, special features, and the rules of the game.
Playing the Game
Note that pay line wins are multiplied by the amount staked per pay line. The symbols include a Sticky Wild Symbol that substitute for all other symbols to form winning combinations. The wild does not substitute for the scatter symbol. There is also the Bubble Gum symbol and the Bonus symbol (the Video Game Machine), which is the scatter symbol as well. The two characters, Jason and Kate will pay out quite nicely with Jason paying 2000 when you get all five of his symbol, and Kate paying out 1000 when you get all five of her symbol.
The Bubble Gum Feature
This symbol will only appear on reel 5. When it does appear, it will burst and may become 1, 2, or 3 different pieces. Each of these pieces can land in any position on the reels sans the original position. It will stick as a wild on that position for 3 re-spins consecutively.
The Bonus Round
When you get 3 scatter symbols, you will trigger the bonus round. Here you will be asked to select between the Skeet Ball Bonus and the Galaxy Bonus. If you select the former, you will win 3 random prizes. If you select the latter, you will win 1 random prize.
The Arcade Brings Back Many Memories
If you, too, attended an arcade in the 80s, this slot game should bring back many wonderful memories. Remember getting those tickets for winning in Skeet Ball or other games you played. If you knew then that you could buy the prizes for a lot less than you spent on the games, you probably wouldn’t play. But it was a fun time, and I don’t know about you, but I would still have played at the Arcade.