The latest addition to our tropical pile Hula Nights is fun, colorful, and interactive five-reel slots with a decent amount of progressive betting, good visuals, and some really attractive bonuses. The game uses the Big Bet system of some other SG Gaming slot machines, but how exactly does it compare? To most people, they would probably think of the slot machines they know and love (the ones that always have a jackpot waiting for you when you play), but that’s not the case here. For one thing, it has a lot more variety than most of the slots that you’ll find in the casino. You could literally spend hours just trying to decide what to bet on!
In addition, it has an interesting base game design. Starting off with a base value of seven coins, you have to choose one symbol from four colors. You must then click on each symbol at least once so that the computer can figure out what the value of each symbol is. Once you’ve made your choice, you will rotate through four different levels before finally reaching the end of the base game. This is where you’ll need to be careful because you only have a certain number of coins at a time. If you run out, you lose and have to start all over again with a new base game.
On the surface, it seems to have a lot of similarity to the well-known slot games such as Blackjack, Lotto, and Lucky Number Seven. For example, the base game has you click on a number or symbol, spin the reels, and hope that it is the right choice. Unlike the other slots mentioned above, you get to pick your own denomination (this includes pennies!). Although you don’t actually get to “roll the reels” like in those other games, the 20 paylines you make on Hula Nights form sequences that closely resemble the way these games are played.
Another similarity between Hula Nights and other slots games is the “20 payline”. The rule of the game is that you must match up a value with a color, in order to win. If you do, you get a big payout and if not, you lose some money. A big event in Hula Nights is the “big bet”. In this game, you decide how much money you want to put on the line and when you reach a predetermined number (most often 50), you flip the reels to determine if you won.
One of the greatest similarities between Hula Girls and other slots games is the collect symbol. When you place your money on the payslip and complete the action required on the reel, you automatically collect the amount of money shown on the payslip. The bonus feature of Hula Girls is that the more you put on the line, the more money you will get.
If you haven’t checked out the mobile versions of Hula Girls or Mobile Mania, now might be a good time to do so. Mobile devices such as Blackberrys and Text Phones make it easy for parents to take their children to this great new slot machine craze. It’s fun and easy, especially for parents with small children. In addition to the regular Hula Girls and Mobile Mania games, the mobile versions also have “super” slot machines where you double your money. These are a bit more difficult to beat, so prepare yourself.