Huge Selection of Online Slots Games

One-armed bandits, fruit machines, pokies; slots have a variety of names across the world – a clear indication of their popularity. The number one choice for many casino players, slots are easy to learn, fun to play, and offer a variety of rewards and special features that can enhance your overall game.

Online slots games boast a range of extra features, which include interactive bonus rounds and animated mini games that make the most of modern technology and game design to give you a form of exciting entertainment in the comfort of your own home. Rather than clunky machines with lots of flashing lights and similar themes, our online games offer intro movies, movie-quality animations, free spins and wild symbols, as well as a variety of themes and a large number of progressive jackpots to play for.

Slots history

Slots have been around since the 19th century, though the earlier versions were much more primitive compared to the games you can play today. Originating in New York, the game was invented when Sittman and Pitt created a type of gambling drum that consisted of a lever and 50 card faces. The players would pay one nickel to place their bets and when the drum stopped spinning, the outcome was based on poker hands. Winners would receive a payout in the form of drinks, merchandise and food. No money was awarded to players and so although the game gained some fans, it didn’t explode on to the casino scene until many years – and alterations - later.

At the end of the 19th century, car mechanic Charles Fey from San Francisco came to the game’s rescue, designing and building a game with three spinning reels and five symbols: it was called the Liberty Bell, after the jackpot symbol of the same name. The additional icons on the reels were diamonds, spades, hearts, and horseshoes, and the game cost five cents to play. The design was greatly improved and even more enjoyable to play, but the main difference was that this machine awarded cash prizes, with 50 cents paid out to winning players.

This new approach meant that the popularity of these casino games increased across America, and it became a staple addition to any casino floor. Soon, the game was seen in casinos worldwide, and the machines began to take up a considerable section of the casino. This meant that multiple designs came into existence, with the original Liberty Bell symbols replaced by fruit designs.

By the time the 1960s arrived, electromagnetic designs came into existence and this again changed the face of slots games. The side lever was removed in favour of computerised games with buttons that were pressed. Then, in the 1970s, the Fortune Coin Company designed a game that was so attractive to players, with its additional bonus game, that slots became the most popular type of gambling game in the world.

Games with bonus rounds only appeared as late as 1996, but since slots moved online, an incredible amount of special features, bonus games and massive jackpots have become possible. As progress has increasingly improved, the online slots casino has enabled games to be accessed more readily, and slots now rank as the number one casino game in the world.

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Game rules

Slots games all share the same basic rules, but they differ in terms of their design, how their reels work, and the types of special features that they include. Classic slots have spinning reels that contain lots of icons. The reels spin when a player commands, and can have multiple paylines to activate. The outcome of the game depends on the icons that land on activated paylines, and any payouts due are in line with the paytable shown on the machine. Activated lines are usually in simple formations on the reels, such as horizontal, vertical and diagonal patterns. The icons can be of any design and description, with comic book, historical and blockbuster film themes as very popular choices.

Video slots are exactly the same as traditional online slots, but instead of spinning reels, they usually have animated graphical representations, such as cascading reels. This type of game is usually more interactive, with more animated bonus levels and features, as well as more paylines to activate. The paylines on video slots are often in unusual and complicated formations on the reels, including criss-cross, zig-zag and V patterns.

Whichever type of game you decide to play, start by setting your coin level using the + and – or arrow buttons. You then indicate the number of paylines you wish to activate – paying at one coin per payline – and then hit the Spin button to enjoy watching the reels spin, settle and reveal the outcome. Our software automatically highlights any winning combinations on the reels, and any payouts due to you will be instantly added to your casino bankroll.

For an even better casino games experience, you can enjoy a number of bonus features as you play Slots, including wilds, scatters, bonus games and free spins. These features are designed to bring an extra fun element to your game, as well as awarding additional rewards including accumulators, cash prizes and free games.

Wild symbols substitute other symbols on the reels to help you complete more winning combinations. Bonus rounds are usually triggered by scatter symbols – see the games rules for your chosen machine to check how many you need – and these games usually offer an interactive mini game that is fun to play and offers a variety of rewards including on the spot cash prizes. Scatters are a popular feature, as they will give you rewards outside of activated lines. Free spins are triggered by hitting a specific combination – again, see your games rules – and can sometimes be retriggered multiple times.

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The odds of winning on today’s online slots machines, in comparison to the physical machines used in the past, have improved immensely – especially if you take into account the extras awarded by bonus features. Historically, the three mechanical reels on the physical machines provided a limited number of ways to win, and much lower odds of hitting a winning combination. When five reel machines were introduced, the odds improved, but payouts were small in comparison to today’s progressive jackpots. In addition, slots were also unregulated in the early days, so casinos could manipulate their house edge to suit themselves.

Thanks to advances in technology and industry, casinos are now regulated and offer a standard payout. The Random Number Generator means that players can enjoy the fairest game possible – complicated algorithms and internal microprocessors ensure that the reels can never be predicted or manipulated. Every reel spin result is completely time-dependent, which means that even if a jackpot has just paid out, it can pay out again right away. You still have the fairest possible odds of hitting the jackpot or a winning combination every time you play. In addition, web-based casino games offer more active lines than ever before, giving you more ways to win on every reel spin.

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Iron Man 3: A thrilling and action-packed game, this comic-themed slot gives you an atmospheric and fast-paced game at any time of day. Boasting a state-of-the-art interactive bonus round that takes your game to another level, this slot also boasts four different Marvel jackpots to play for.

Little Britain: Based on the iconic UK hit TV show starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams, this 30-line slot is a seriously great game with a hilarious, comic theme. Fun to play, and featuring all the best-loved characters from the show, this game lets you enjoy bonus features such as scatters, wilds and free spins – with up to 100 free spins available in the bonus round – as well as a fixed jackpot of up to 1,000 coins.

Progressive jackpot games: These games benefit from linked jackpots that are some of the best available. These jackpots are linked to a number of machines and the jackpot amount rises each time a player makes a progressive side bet. You can see the jackpot counter on your screen and this clearly displays the current jackpot size. The jackpot is triggered at random and the amount won is the amount accumulated at the time of winning. There are many progressive games on offer at Slots Heaven, including favourites such as Beach Life and Gold Rally.

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Game buttons information

It is important that you understand the functionality of our software and our games buttons when you play with us online. Use the guide below to familiarise yourself with the buttons so it is easier for you to navigate as you play.

Auto Start/ Auto Play: These buttons will automatically play your chosen game for you, without you having to set your wager every time. To utilise this feature, set your coin-level, specify the number of games you wish to Autoplay, and then sit back and relax as our software completes your request. You can cancel the feature at any time by hitting the Stop button.

Bet Max: This button activates all possible bets available on your machine and then deals the cards in one swift move. Set your coin level –the coin-level is per activated bet, so if you activate 50 lines, each spin will cost you 50x your coin amount – and then hit Bet Max to play.

Bet One: Click this to bet on one payline. Each time you click this button, it will move across the various payline options. When your preferred payline is highlighted on the screen, hit the Spin button to play.

Collect: When you hit a winning combination, click this button to collect your winnings and add them to your bankroll.

Gamble: This feature is visible after you hit a winning combination and gives you the option of staking your winnings on a bonus game to try and double your money. If you win, you get double the cash, but if you lose, you lose your bet and your original winnings in that round.

Spin: Click to set the reels spinning.

Stop: This button stops the reels from spinning whenever you hit it. The wheels always stop automatically during a game, but you can use this option if you choose.

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This list of commonly used online slots terms will assist you while you play our casino games. You can also see our games button section above for additional assistance.

Bonus Game: This is an additional game that you trigger with a specific (see games rules) combination on the reels. The bonus game offers extra rewards that can include free spins, cash prizes and accumulators.

Coin Level: This is where you specify the amount you want to bet per activated payline. So if you play a 50-line slot and activate all lines, your cost per spin will be 50x your coin amount.

Extra Wild: This refers to a second wild icon on the reels. With two wilds in play, you have even more chances to hit a winning combination.

Expanding Wild: If a wild is expanding, it means it will fill the whole reel – sometimes, this will give you extra benefits as well as the payout shown on the paytable.

Expanding Scatter: If a scatter is expanding, it means the symbol will fill the reel and give the stated rewards (see games rules).

Fixed jackpot: This type of jackpot has a specified maximum amount that can be won when a certain combination is hit.

Free Spin: A free spin of the reels.

Multiplier: This is an extra prize that multiplies your winnings – e.g. if you won $20 and you earn a multiplier of 3x, 10x, or 100x, you would win $60, $200, or $2000 respectively.

Paylines: The number of lines you can activate in each game varies. It is up to you how many you activate but remember – payouts are only made on activated lines.

Progressive Jackpot: An accumulative jackpot that’s linked to other games. Every time a player makes a bet, the jackpot grows higher.

Scatter: An icon that rewards you, no matter where it sits on the reels. It does not have to sit within an activated payline to trigger the bonus game or rewards attached to it (see game rules).

Wild: This symbol substitutes other symbols to help you to complete winning combinations.

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