After signing up, I immediately made a 20 EUR deposit and claimed the 100% Welcome Bonus. The 50 free spins on NetEnt's Scruffy Duck could only be claimed when my balance has gone down to less than 1 EUR, so I had to play with my deposit and bonus money first. A little strange, but never mind, as long as those free spins could be claimed within the same day and played in one go, not spread out over 2 days, as some casinos would have it. Wagering turnover is a little high, at 30x the deposit and bonus amount, but I closed one eye and pretended not to see it. I just wanna have good fun with my suped up cars! Hahaha.
The game wouldn't load when I tried with my slow 2G internet connection, so I had to use my 3G connection. Even so, the casino's webpages tend to lag a lot, so more work needed on this from the casino team! The display screen on the game was also too small for my liking, and I had to use 67% zoom level at fullscreen setting to get the best out of it, but even so, I still couldn't get the game at fullscreen size! Argh! Only after getting this sorted out could I start playing on Supe It Up. I simply hate playing any game when I need to use a magnifying glass to see it properly!
As for the game itself, it started out quite well, giving me a Free Spins game early on, but it didn't pay that well. Then it went into its regular semi-dry mode, whereby the Free Spins games would only come after up to 250 spins later. I am already very familiar with this game's behaviour, so I wasn't perturbed at all, and kept on going. After about 2 hours of yo-yo play, I was finally left with 0.14 EUR, so I then claimed the 50 free spins from the Live Chat host. I needed to log out then back in again to get those free spins activated, but that's not too bad.
Scruffy Duck is one game I had avoided from playing, except with given free spins, as in this instance too. Most NetEnt games are given the same treatment from me nowadays, for very obvious reasons! But the game gave me 3 Wild Reels early on, but paying just short of 100x my bet amount. Argh! A Microgaming game would pay at least 250x or more, so that's why NetEnt games suck big time most of the time! After playing that 50 free spins on Scruffy Duck, with 35.15 EUR in my balance, I immediately switched back to Supe It Up to continue my play.
Oh boy! With just that 35.15 EUR, I could play until the night of next day, for an extremely long extended play time, although I finally lost all of my balance. Well, I wasn't disappointed at all. In fact, I was very happy with how Supe It Up played at Vikingheim Casino!