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Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino
Game Review International Casino

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The theme for this glossy slot game is an international cruise on one of those multi deck ocean liners with on-board swimming pools, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and, most importantly, casinos. This kind of cruiseship is an extremely popular holiday - it's basically a floating pleasure ship.

The game itself is a five reel video slot. It has nine pay lines, and of course you can choose how many you want to activate at a given time.

It accepts coin sizes from $0.01 to $2, with a maximum wager of 45 coins on each spin. Hit the jackpot and you will be paid out 10,000 coins. Do the math on that and it quickly becomes clear why this is such a popular slot.

In fact, this range of coins makes it pretty versatile. If you're just starting out you can play this game with pennies; if you're feeling flush and lucky you can make like a high roller and max the machine out.

Naturally, the imagery used on the reels is all related to the highrolling casino lifestyle aboard a luxury cruise liners. You have the ship itself, an anchor, classy cocktails, gold coins and dice amongst other imagery. As with many slots in this class, you can also expect to see poker hand high cards.

The lucky chip symbol is wild, and automatically doubles any line that it completes. Get five lucky chips and you've hit the 10,000 coin jackpot.

The ship acts as the scatter, but you'll need at least two of them in order for it to work. Get three scatters and you automatically win 15 free spins, during which any wins are trebled. Plus, hit three scatters during your free spins and you'll get 15 more.


There's a bonus game that launches on every win. It's a gambling game and it isn't mandatory - you can opt out of it. Basically you are getting either the colour or the suit of a hidden card. Get the colour right and your winnings are doubled. Get the suit right and they're quadrupled.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
    Reels
  • 9
    Pay lines
  • N/A
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • Yes
    Multiplier
  • $0.01 - $2.00
    Betting range
  • 0.01 - 45.0
    Coin bet range
  • N/A
    Coins per line
  • No
    Progressive
  • 10000
    Max coins jackpot
  • N/A
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • Yes
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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