Review: Mega Moolah Isis

Review: Mega Moolah Isis
Published: 22 November 2017 (874 Views)
Venture into any online casino, and the first games that will draw your attention are the progressive jackpots. Often slot games, the progressive jackpot games have been seen reaching inordinate sums of money; none more so than Mega Moolah Isis.

Playing for the Mega Moolah jackpots, this slot boasts four progressive jackpots that can be randomly triggered at any time by anyone. While the mini and minor jackpots offer nice bonuses, the major jackpot will sit in the tens or even hundreds of thousands. Then there's the mega jackpot, offering a minimum of $1,000,000 to a lucky spinner.

The Mega Moolah series, which includes Isis, has already made many people millionaires since its launch in 2008, with 2017 proving its high volatility even further with nine mega jackpot winners.
 
Playing the game is as simple as any online slot machine; you select your bet value, number of pay lines to play on, and press spin. Once you've pressed spin, your tiles for that game will spin in, and your winning combinations are revealed.

Being a Microgaming creation - leading software developers in the online casino industry - you know that the game will run smoothly both on your computer and mobile device, but best of all, it looks great. Based on Ancient Egypt with its Eye of Horus and Canopic Jar icons, as well as a soothing musical score that befits the theme, it's a very different experience to playing the standard Mega Moolah game - which sets you on an African safari.

Naturally, this game revolves around its progressive jackpots. According to this Canadian Mega Moolah Isis review, the mega jackpot can be unlocked by any player using any sized bet. In fact, the record holder for the biggest online slot jackpot winner of all time, John Heywood, won his 17.8 million playing 25p per spin for about seven minutes.
   
While it is good to know that you could be playing the minimum amount and still be in with a chance of claiming a win in the millions, it would be quite disappointing if you were to play it for a long time at the highest stake and not get any closer to winning the progressive jackpot. Having said that, the more you bet, the more you win from regular play and the special features, so the game suits players of all kinds.

Along with the mega progressive jackpot, Mega Moolah Isis also offers some nice special features, such as free spin games triggered by the Hawk, and a Red or Black gamble feature to give you a 2x or 4x multiplier - but this multiplier doesn't apply to a progressive jackpot win.

Overall, Mega Moolah features sound mechanics, is an exciting slot game to play, and could make any player a millionaire on any given spin.


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