The above version is the very first version, but as time went by Microgaming decided to add a version with 5-reels, and also a 6-games-in-1 MegaSpin version. The last version offers increased odds of hitting a nice prize, but logically the stake rises up as well.
In this review I will strictly comment on the slot displayed above, and that's the classic version of Major Millions. I played this game several times hoping for that big payout, but needless to say I wasn't that lucky or else I probably wouldn't be typing this review at this very moment lol.
Like mentioned before Major Millions has 3 reels , 3 paylines, and acts like a typical classic slot you would find in landbased casinos. Symbols consist of cherries, blue and red sevens, bar symbols and the very significant Major Millions logo.
The minimum bet size on this game is €1 for each payline. Basically this game is not meant for low-rollers. I can imagine it's expensive to play this game, but the other 5-reels version can be played much cheaper per payline. So I would recommend that game for the players who don't want to waste €3 every spin.
Major Millions is a simple slot and therefore has no bonus rounds or free spins or whatever. The best paying symbols are the Major Millions logo and the red sevens. The Major Millions logo acts like a wild and also a multiplier. Two of them appearing means your prize will be multiplied by 4.
Sometimes this game even reaches jackpot heights above the million euros. To win the jackpot u need to have 3 Major Millions symbols on the 3rd payline. Getting them to appear on the second or first payline also guarantees a hefty payout.
My experiences with this game were decent, but even for me the minimum bet is a bit too high for my taste. I would only play this game when I'm far ahead. My biggest win with this game was around 40x bet size I believe.
My final rating for the classic Major Millions is 7/10.