Evel Knievel: Road to Vegas Video Pokie Hits the Road with Core Gaming
Core Gaming announced their latest release based on the daredevil known to many, meet up with the dedicated motorcycling reckless driver in a new video pokie called Evel Knievel: Road to Vegas.
Core Gaming’s creative director, Simon Rideout commented that they have really pushed all devices to their limits on this production by using their new particle engine wherever they could and they also experimented with device vibrations, physics and animation rarely seen on mobile by using HTML5. Evel Knievel: Road to Vegas follows their major success of their first video pokie called Evel Knievel and he feels the second pokie will follow suit.
Evel Knievel : Road to Vegas is a 5 reel, 25 fixed paylines pokie that introduces Evil dressed in his legendary white suit with stars, his motorcycle and players get to become part and experience the career of the daredevil through clips of his jumps and pictures taken at the Grand Canyon and Wembley Stadium. Feature wise the game does not disappoint and additional bonus wins are offered by scatters, wilds and several bonus rounds including the route 66, sky cycle, memory bank, to the limit and jump for glory, which each considerably adds to funding your bankroll.
In route 66 a run through up to 10 stunts combined with speeding up your bike offer cash prize wins, while in the sky cycle up to 15 free spins can be won, and winning is boosted by locking wilds. The to the limit bonus round offers more free spins and multipliers pops up randomly to surprise with bonus wins. The memory bank enables players to take a step back in time and a look at the photo album offers cash prizes for selected pictures. Evel tries to complete his Wembley jump in the jump for glory bonus round and players get three chances to get him to land successfully through hoops as it pays pretty good cash prizes.
Evel Knievel: Road to Vegas video pokie is now available in online casinos and offer a maximum payout of $250,000 and offers a high theoretical return to player of 94.35%.