With a name like Big Time Gaming, you’d expect the slots to be big time too. Well that’s what you get with its Who Wants To Be A Millionaire MegaWays slot. Just like Bonanza MegaWays, this slot boasts 117,649 paylines. But instead of mining and destruction, this time you get to sit in the hot seat and experience one of TV’s best loved shows.
How to Play
Pros & Cons
- A whopping 117,649 paylines.
- No ad breaks.
- Fun recreation of the TV show.
- No Chris Tarrant (though this could be a pro).
- A general knowledge aspect would have been good.
- Difficult to win £1 million.
If you’re familiar with the TV show then you’ll recognise the layout of the slot. The audience seats to the sides and the main chairs in the middle. On top of this are the reels. The logo appears on the top right of the screen, so you’ll never forget what slot you’re playing. Beneath that you’ll find buttons which let you select your stake, along with the menu, autospin and the glowing spin button, depicted as the familiar play icon. At the top of the screen you’ll notice how many MegaWays you’ll get on each spin. This will change spin after spin, displaying the possibilities available for you. When you land a winning combination, the symbols blast away off screen and new symbols drop down to replace them. If they’re part of a winning combo, this just keeps happening until they run out. But you get to collect all the wins.
Big Time Gaming could have gone down the line of having presenters’ faces as symbols. Or maybe Major Charles Ingram as a Wild. Instead it’s followed the lead of another of its slots, Diamond Mine, and opted for the card values nine to Ace as the low paying symbols. And the high payers are made up of different coloured gems. The Millionaire Logo is the Scatter and the Wild will only appear on the extra reel at the bottom of the screen.
The main bonus round is comprised of Free Spins… but with a twist. They all use elements of the TV show!