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Lost Vegas Slot is a zombie-themed 243-payline video slot, powered by Microgaming software platform. The game offers stunning visuals with an entertaining audio experience. There are 5 black reels set against the downtown in the background. Players are welcome to try Lost Vegas Slot for free, or visit any of the listed Microgaming Casinos to play for real money.

Before you start this adventure, you are advised to set your bets. When you click on the “Bet” button, you will reveal the “Coins” and the “Coin size” option. The coin size varies from 0.01 to 0.10, while the number of coins ranges from 1 to 15. "Max Bet" sets the maximum bet that the slot allows, and spins the reels automatically. The "Autoplay" option is used to spin the reels without interruption for a chosen number of times. Once you are ready, hit the “Spin” button.

What makes this slot special is the possibility of playing in two game modes. You can choose to play in Zombie or Survivor mode, which activate the corresponding Free Spins feature. You can switch modes at any time in the base game.

The Wild is the Lost Vegas logo. It acts as a substitute for all regular symbols to form a winning combination, with the exception of the Scatter, which is the Hazzard symbol. Players need to land at least 3 Scatters in any position on the reels simultaneously, to trigger Survivors or Zombies Free Spins.

During the Survivors Free Spins with Stash Feature, the high Ace symbols that land on the reels are removed from the Free Spin reels. Each symbol that has been removed adds cash to your total payout. All Stash prizes will be awarded as soon as the Free Spin rounds are completed.

Once the Zombies Free Spins with Infection Feature is triggered, the regular Wild symbols will turn into the Stacked ones. As soon as the Wild occurs, it will stay Stacked during the entire feature. To be more precise, Free Spins may continue until all 5 reels are infected. If players manage to receive the maximum amount of 50 Free Spins, the additional cash prize will be received.

The Blackout Bonus game may randomly be activated, after a non-winning spin. During this feature, all high-value symbols award random cash prizes. In addition, if you land a single Scatter anywhere on the reels, the corresponding Free Spin feature will be initiated.

Zombie Fist of Cash is triggered randomly, upon any non-winning spin. Here the Zombie’s Fist will occur to reward players with a cash prize.

Game Play

Coin size: Set the coin value.
Coins: Set the number of coins per line to wager.
Max Bet: Set the maximum bet available.
Autoplay: Sets the reels in motion without interruption for a chosen number of times.
Spin: Sets the reels in motion.

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Afi4wins 758 reviews
When I first heard of this new game coming out, I was a little bit thrilled, because for once, this new game looks interesting enough, unlike all the previous cloned games that Microgaming has been dishing out to us. I also like games with zombies theme, like the Zombies game from NetEnt, even though it was blardy hard to win on that game. Thankfully, this Lost Vegas isn't another cloned game, but it does incorporate similar features found in other games. Ah well, you can't really expect to be 100% original in this huge games industry. Like it or not, some features may well be similar as in other games.

Let's look at what's new first before going into its paytable aspect. Firstly, before starting the game, you have to select playing in the Survivors Mode or in the Zombies Mode. Each mode plays and pays exactly the same, except when playing the Free Spins game, whereby 2 different game modes can be found. The Survivors game uses a Stash Feature, whereby all card symbols are removed in each spin, gets paid and then stashed away cumulatively, until no more of the 25 card symbols are available. The Zombies game plays with an Infected Reels feature, whereby each infected reel becomes a Stacked Wilds Reel, until all 5 reels have been infected. This mode offers the best possible wins with its 4 Stacked Wilds Reel, until the 5th reel becomes infected and ends the Free Spins game. Nope, it isn't possible to get all 5 Stacked Wilds Reels. If you managed to survive the full 50 free spins, a special Bonus award is given out. How much this award is I have no idea, because I've never survived till the full 50 free spins before.

In the base game, there are 2 randomly activated Bonus features - a Blackout Bonus and a Zombie Fist Of Cash Bonus. In the Blackout Bonus game, all high symbols award cash prizes, and 1 Scatter symbol anywhere on the reels award the Free Spins game. This Blackout Bonus game is randomly activated only on non-winning spin and can occur in both the Survivors and the Zombies play modes. The Zombie Fist Of Cash feature awards an instant cash prize, and can randomly occur in both the Survivors and the Zombies modes on any non-winning spin.

Paytable wise, the logo 'Lost Vegas' is the Wild symbol, 5 of which pays a very low 10x the total bet amount. It doesn't double any wins with it, it doesn't expand nor become stacked. It only substitutes for other symbols other than the Scatter symbol. Yep, a dumb Wild symbol. The Scatter pays 50x the total bet amount for 5 of them, only half of the usual win value, and getting 3 or more of these Scatter symbols trigger a Free Spins game in the mode being currently played. This mode cannot be changed before the start of the Free Spins game. It can only be changed in the base game before any of the features get activated. All the other symbols in the game pay from a very low 8.3x down to 1.3x the total bet amount, for 5 of each kind. The paytable is a very low one indeed!

Before playing this Lost Vegas game with my real money, I have played it in the fun mode for several thousands of spins, over many days, to familiarise myself with the game. The best win I could get was about 190x the total bet amount, with nothing higher than that, whilst the lowest win was 2x the total bet. I have not gotten any zero payout as yet, but it doesn't mean that it couldn't be possible.
Having known how this Lost Vegas game tends to play and pay in the fun mode, I then played it with just one $25 deposit, choosing the Zombies mode, because its winning potentials are much better and higher. True enough, playing with real money was a whole lot harder in every aspect of the game. I could only get 1 Free Spins game, after almost 300 spins, which paid a low 24x my bet amount in the zombies mode. Both the Blackout Bonus and the Zombie Fist Of Cash features paid very poorly, from as low as 2x to 4x for the Fist Of Cash feature, to 18x my bet amount for the Blackout feature. A totally disappointing new game from Microgaming! True, maybe higher wins are indeed possible, but how many thousands of dollars need to be lost first before even getting any good decent win? Lost Vegas is a truly zombies game - made to eat and kill! Sheesh!
raverbabe 497 reviews
United Kingdom
I saw a video of this game recently on the Askgamblers forums and was quite interested to play the game. There looked to be a bunch of decent features available, although I have to say none of it looked entirely original - the "Blackout Bonus" seems just like the T-800 View mode in Terminator 2, the zombie freespins are surely heavily inspired by Play N Go's excellent "Grim Muerto" and then the survivor spins, that looks to have it's main idea borrowed from NetEnt's Aloha! - Cluster Pays as far as I can tell. Well, that's where I know each of these mechanics from anyway although this is certainly the first time I've seen them all included in a single game, giving this machine at least a little originality... that's an improvement on a lot of recent Microgaming slots which are nothing but carbon copies of their previous efforts - or even those of their competitors in the case of Jungle Jim - El Dorado.

The game starts in the "Zombies" mode and you can switch to the "Survivors" mode with a button in the top right of the screen during the base game. It's important to do this before you start to spin the reels as the mode you are currently playing determines which feature you get when the scatters land - there's no opportunity to make a decision after the fact! The paytables are the same between both Zombies and Survivors, although if you like to know the values of your symbols you'll have to learn two sets as the pictures on the reels do change between the two options.

I definitely found I had the most luck in the "Survivors" mode, although I suspect that winnings potential is much higher in the "Zombies" mode, so that makes sense really, if Zombies is the higher variance option. It's theoretically possible to get a full screen of wilds on your last free spin in Zombies mode, but as you only get one chance to land a wild on all five reels in order to trigger this then it could be a very long time indeed before we see a screenshot of this actually happening.

Although I've not really had chance to put a huge number of spins through this game yet I've got a good feeling about it so far. It's somewhere around medium-high variance with a maximum win of 2155x your stake, so it won't eat your balance as quickly (theoretically at least!!) as many other Microgaming 243 ways games. I'd say Lost Vegas is definitely worth a look!

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