Godzilla Slot Machines
The Godzilla slots machine developed by IGT comes with five reels and 40 paylines. It features a progressive jackpot in addition to three bonus games which make it one of the most entertaining and profitable games. You can win almost 50 free spins and stand a chance to considerably enhance your winnings with multipliers up to 5x. The presence of a MultiPlay feature means that you can try your hand at four games simultaneously.
The theme of this fantastic slot machine revolves around the world renowned monster, Godzilla. The 3D graphics in the game are absolutely stunning and engaging. They offer a sensational experience, as if you’re being launched into an enthralling alternate world which is filled with monsters battling their way towards supremacy. The atomic breath of the Godzilla along with stunning graphics of other monsters is sure to leave you awestruck at the ingenuity of the developers at IGT. The characters are larger than life, and the interactive and realistic gaming experience takes slots lovers through an immersive gaming experience.
The touch screen feature allows you to interact with the Godzilla. Well, not completely, but you can play bonus rounds wherein you will have to touch your screen to direct the Godzilla’s breath in your desired direction onscreen. The sound effects emanating from the Godzilla slot machine are highly reminiscent of the feature film. Players will feel like they’re watching the film at a theatre thanks to the incredible surround sound offered by the MEGAFx Surround Chair developed by IGT. Moreover, you can also catch glimpses of some popular scenes from the film as the game progresses. Familiar characters such as Gigan, MechaGodzilla and Mothra also make special appearances. Some come with rewards, so make sure you keep a close eye on them.
Interesting Game Play
The experience derived from playing Godzilla slots is thrilling, simply put. The interactive features make for extraordinary gaming as you can direct the monster’s breath and vaporise surrounding items. If you get good at directing his breath properly, you can kill enemy tanks with a mere breath – one that is nuclear powered. The breath of the Godzilla also ignites wild icons. You can earn rewards or credit values that will help you automatically proceed to the next level.
Godzilla and Mothra can be seen on your screen when playing the core game. They bring random wilds, and when Mothra flies in, he changes the wilds to expanding wilds. As a result, you can win more multipliers – almost up to 25X, this increases your winnings by a great extent. Godzilla also rewards players with wilds. However, he lacks grace and blasts one or both of the core games to offer you almost 20 wild icons per game.
Bonus Features in Godzilla Slots
The Godzilla slot machine comes with three bonus rounds. The first is Godzilla versus the City. In this round, the beloved monster emerges out of the water and pulverises buildings before sending the entire city screaming. Multipliers and credits can be won in bulk when playing this game.
In Godzilla versus the Military, players can use Godzilla’s intriguing nuclear breath and destroy military vehicles to win awards. The touch screen feature is activated in this game and players are allowed to direct Godzilla’s breath to destroy vehicles and win prizes.
The final bonus game is Godzilla versus MechaGodzilla. A good number of free spins can be won playing this game as you look to increase your chances of winning big money.
About Godzilla – the Fictional Creature
Godzilla is a fiction character that first appeared in the film Godzilla in 1954. It has since become one of the most popular characters in global pop cultures, starring in almost 30 films created by Toho Company Limited. Godzilla has also appeared in a variety of other media incarnations such as comic books, video games, television series and novels. In 1998, the film Godzilla was produced and the character gained even more popularity.
The manner in which Godzilla has appeared in each of these films, shows and comic books is different. For instance he was initially a metaphor for weapons of mass destruction, but the expansion of the film series meant that Godzilla would have to change roles from time to time. Some stories portrayed the creature as a serious hero who was out to do justice, while some other plots made him come across as a monster who was set to destroy the planet and humanity. Some plots show Godzilla as less of a threat and more of a defender, but the creature is by default a massive danger to mankind.
Ishiro Honda created the character in the early 1950s in Japan, and Godzilla still remains among the biggest and most interesting fictional creations of the human mind.