The Top Game software developer is responsible for the design of Carnival of Venice, which is a five-reel (non-progressive), and twenty pay-line online video slot. A maximum jackpot prize valued at 75,000. This is one unusually large potential prize for a non-progressive game. It offers a betting range of from 0. This wide betting range means the potential is there for any type of risk-taker to enjoy a few spins at the reels. It promises to be an enjoyable, as well as rewarding online gaming experience.
Virtually every Catholic country in the world celebrates some sort of Carnival or fiesta, at certain times of the year. The Carnival of Venice is world-renowned for its masked balls and masquerades, so, it is no surprize to find this slot game which bears the same name, themed on masquerades and masked balls. The developers have certainly captured the theme true to form.
Illustrated in a colourful carnival theme, this slot is beautifully graphically rendered, and offers some fabulous ambient sounds, with waltz music featuring in the background. It comes topped up with wilds, scatters, free spins, and a brilliant bonus game. The “Venice By Night” icon is the wild symbol, while the scatter is portrayed by the Gondolier. Land three or more of these on the reels and receive anything up to thirty free spins – free spins can be re-triggered, and make for some big winning chances. Other icons include a lady suitably attired for the event, some jesters and clowns, while the balance of icons is made up of various brightly rendered masks.
The bonus game is a themed feature game where when three or more “Bonus” icons are lined up on an active pay-line, the bonus game starts. Unmask the cloaked revellers in this game, and win up to 6710 bonus points, as well as multipliers. It is a ton of fun, to play, and when this writer got into the bonus game, we managed to unmask two-hundred bonus points, this was then multiplied by five which was even more of a surprise, for a total win of 1000. Not too shabby a bonus prize if you ask us?