When I was a kid I had my own secret codes and signs; I had always been a kind of lost-in-my-thoughts kid so such thing isn’t really surprising. I bet it annoyed people and kids around me, but looking back at it now, they were the ones that had problem not me. Thinking about all that I found a great game that many parents can play with their children. It is called Reverse Alphabet and it could be a secret language between a parent and a child. It looks like this: first you write down the alphabet from A to Z and then just below them write the alphabet in reverse. So, A becomes Z, B is Y and so on. So, instead of asking your kid “ready for movie night and popcorn?”, simply write a funny message “Ivzwb uli nlerv mrtsg zmw klkxlim?” It isn’t easy but it is fun and you will surely have a good laugh together.
To many people, secret codes and scripts usually have religious subtext and they pretty much always go together in people’s minds. That is a main theme of “The Secret Code” slot that I have recently played at Maxino Casino. Just as the theme itself, the slot is intriguing and with all its sounds and animations, time easily flies by. I started playing with €40 and I kept my balance over €30 the whole time though it never went over my starting balance. I triggered the Bonus round three times winning between €5 and €10 which were decent wins considering that my bet was €0.40. I actually played the slot for quite a while but unfortunately I couldn’t trigger Free Spins. After I finished playing that slot, even though I didn’t plan it I noticed a completely new slot - “Fisticuffs” and I simply had to test it out. It pays the both ways but the wins were rather small, often not even around my bet size. But in the end I somehow finished playing having €30 thanks to the Boxing Feature that can pay very nicely. I triggered it a few times and the highest win was €9.40. I thought I’d been playing slots enough for one day so I decided to rest my eyes for a while.
As I lay down on the couch, I started thinking about the time when I was a kid and thought about bringing back to life my secret language; I’m sure it would feel as good as back then.