Millionaire club 2 Millionaires Club II

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How to play Millionaires Club II

Millionaires Club II is the second successive Millionaire title from developer Cryptologic. The slot uses a 5 reel format with up to 9 selectable paylines. Additional action is provided by a wild symbol and wheel of fortune style bonus game. The ultimate dream is to win the massive jackpot which runs into the millions, it wouldn’t be much of Millionaires Club otherwise, would it?

Using the Millionaires Club II Slot

The slot is laid out in the traditional way with a number of buttons located beneath the reels. To place bets you initially need to focus on the ‘bet’ and ‘lines’ buttons because they are multiplied together to calculate the total bet (displayed bottom right).

Start with the bet, which is basically coin value. This can be set to 30 denominations ranging from 0.01 to $20. When combined with the 1 to 9 paylines a 0.01 to $180 betting range is created. Obviously changing the options creates multiple options between, it’s up to you to decide how much to bet per spin. The important thing is that Crypto have given gamblers a good range of options.

The reels are started with the spin or auto play button, the latter can be set from 1 to 99 automatic spins.

Millionaires Club II Features Explained

The Platinum Credit card symbol plays as the wild symbol and can replace any symbol except the bonus symbol.

3, 4 or 5 bonus scatters starts the bonus round. You are presented with a wheel which you spin to reveal an instant win. You then decide whether to spin again or collect your winnings. Three successful spins returns you to the reels with your winnings in tact whilst landing on a ‘B’ returns you empty handed.

If you like this slot we’d also suggest you check out the original and Millionaires Club III slot.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
    Reels
  • 9
    Pay lines
  • $0.00
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • No
    Multiplier
  • $0.01 - $180.00
    Betting range
  • 0.01 - 20.0
    Coin bet range
  • 1
    Coins per line
  • Yes
    Progressive
  • 10000
    Max coins jackpot
  • 9
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • No
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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    Swatci

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    Doug416

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    If you are looking for a slot that moves and entertains, this is not it. The time from pressing the spin button to reel movement is noticeably delayed. I didn't get very many payoffs - maybe 3 or 4 in 100 spins. I won't be back.
  • No avatar a112

    wscalley

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    I never played the first game, which is surprising actually as in my early days of online gambling all I ever played was cryptologic. Perhaps its newer than I am guessing? The presentation is not bad, although I would not say it is up to the standard of MG and NetEnt slots. The big pull for many will be the progressive jackpot which is seeded at a million bucks - you can imagine then the odds of hitting it are probably phenomenal, but unlike RTG games, people do hit these jackpots sometimes! Apart from the jackpot the base paytable is rather generous thankfully, so you will win some money in all those sessions chasing the million :)

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