The New Year is almost here and Royal Vegas already has big plans!
Coming in January 2015 is the Gung Pow online pokie. This is a festive pokie based on the Chinese New Year. Highly appropriate, we think, and a great way to welcome the New Year. You will also win some amazing prizes, an even better way to start the New Year.
Gung Pow is one of those fun Microgaming pokies; you’ll notice a big difference between Gung Pow and December’s Game of Thrones. The new pokie is a celebration, complete with fireworks and a dose of Chinese good luck for the New Year. And with wins of up to 90 000.00, it is the perfect way to start the New Year.
Gung Pow is a non-progressive online pokie played out on 5×3 spinning reels. There are 243 ways to win, plus a range of symbols that combine to create more wins. These include a wild, scatter, multipliers, and other features such as a free spins round and a Gamble feature. The simplest win is created when symbols line up on a payline. This does not apply to the scatter. These way wins will be multiplied by the bet placed and the highest winning combination will be awarded.
The Gung Pow pokie logo is the wild that substitutes for the other symbols. The Coin scatter then substitutes for the wild.
You can win 15 free spins, triggered by 3, 4, or 5 scatters. These free spins wins are automatically tripled, plus they can be retriggered.
To gamble your win, click on the Gamble button. You will be presented with a game consisting of cards and in which you must select the correct card colour. Selecting the correct colour will double your win. The game ends when you reach the gamble limit.
Choose from the following coins:
The default coin size is 0.01. The maximum bet is 250.00 and the minimum bet is 0.25.
Look out for bright colours, adding to the festive cheer of the New Year. This unique idea for a pokie proves very entertaining. Start 2015 with a dose of good luck.
We will let you know as soon as the release date is announced.
When is the Chinese New Year?
The next Chinese New Year is on February 15 2015.