Kingdom Casino offers a welcoming package of three deposit bonuses with free spins, the first being a 100% bonus plus 25 free spins on BGaming’s game, Avalon: The Lost Kingdom. A Kingdom game for a Kingdom casino, that makes sense, although that doesn’t make much of an entertainment value to me, unfortunately. Why? I simply don’t like the game, and too little of the free spins too, hahaha.
I made a small $15 USD deposit to claim that first deposit bonus and free spins, both of which got credited into my account instantly. However, the free spins needed prior activation to play it, so I kept that for the last. A second chance if you like. With only $30 in hand, there’s not much cash for playing high variance games, so I decided to play only on certain games that wouldn’t cost the earth to play, and with selectable lines as well, to minimize my bet per spin expenditure, and to get a longer playing time from such a small starting balance. That’s a very sensible thing to do indeed but really doesn’t give much hope for any big wins either. Ah well, that was my choice anyway.
Instead of playing my usual few favorite Playtech games, I decided to give PlaynGo a go first. No, not on the Book Of Dead, but on Doom Of Egypt, a game that I haven’t tried out as yet, but know that it’s a clone of the Book game. Playing with less than the required 9 lines, I gave the game several trial runs, to see how its mood was. Seeing that it was playing quite normally (meaning, not in a dry run mood), I then played on more lines, but still not on all 9 lines. However, I did choose to play on the higher coin values instead of the minimum $0.01 per line. Several hundreds of spins later, 2 free spins feature games paid a decent 90x and 172x win, and with that, I then switched over to play some other games.
Maybe that was a bad mistake on my part, because the other games simply ate and ate, without giving out any decent wins at all. I moved from one PlaynGo game to another, hoping to get one that could play and play better, but no such luck whatsoever. I finally lost all of my credit balance, so with no more cash to play, I then activated the 25 free spins and gave that Avalon game a go. Yet again, I was met with more disappointment. Those free spins were mostly dead ones, finally paying a ridiculously low total win of only $0.44, which I then simply threw it all away in 2 more spins. I never liked that Avalon game in the first place, but I already told you that, hehehe.