A new month – a new casino, I thought today. Never before have I played in Simon Says, and I heard a lot about it. Besides, I’m a big fan of Rival’s graphics, that’s no secret, so I was looking forward to facing them again. And the first step toward them looked quite promising: Simon’s landing page, which guided me to the casino, was both tempting and mysterious, like a tunnel at whose end you could see a ray of distant light.
I couldn’t wait to sign up and start playing, which made the installation process look somewhat longer. But after I was done, I entered the lobby, which isn’t as great as the landing page promised. The pictures above the games tabs were a bit blurry if watched in screen size (but this is easily solved if you minimize the window), and the background could do some redesigning. But never judge a casino by its lobby. Simon does have some great games and offers a variety of those – table games, slots, Rival’s famous i-slots, specialty games.
First, I went for a game of Five-Card Poker, with the $60 I had previously deposited. This one’s quite interesting, and makes you switch your little brain cells on, which I didn’t really do, so I ended up with about $20 less. After I figured out that I need something that doesn’t require too much thinking, I paid a visit to a cool-looking i-slot “Spy Games.” But, this one held something against me – the payouts were ridiculously low, and upon receiving only $0.48 in 10 free spins, I decided to give it up.
Finally, some easy-going keno fun did the trick, and even though I didn’t win much, I finally stopped feeling like bad luck was on my tail. Maybe Simon’s smiling face brought Fortuna back to my little venture. Whatever it is, this period of great time further improved the overall impression I had about Simon’s Casino. Regardless of some losses, which are inevitable in gambling anyway, I felt at home here. And this just confirms the theory: never judge a casino by its lobby!