It’s Time for the Wedding from Hell on the Bridezilla Pokie from Microgaming

It’s Time for the Wedding from Hell on the Bridezilla Pokie from Microgaming
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Anyone that has been keeping an eye on the news over recent months here at Online Casino Australia will know that the concept of romance has played a big part in the recent poker machine releases from Microgaming, with the likes of Burning Desire getting players all loved up on the reels. The same concept remains as part of their May 2013 releases as Bridezilla hits the lobbies of some of the leading online casinos in Australia, although this time not everything is quite what it seems. Fortunately, Microgaming is also no stranger to adding humorous storylines to their games while using cartoonish graphics, and Bridezilla stands out for being one of the only anime style games around.

Bridezilla Pokie

The bride starts off perfectly well, looking cute and innocent but players will quickly find that she is not quite who she seems as she has an annoying habit of turning into a large green monster on a regular basis. Fortunately for players, this is not just part of the story – you can actually see it being played out on the poker machine reels! Three or more wedding bell scatters sees this scenario playing out before your eyes, and the monster starts absolutely trashing the high value symbols on the reels while throwing out ten times multipliers and anywhere between ten and twenty free spins. A unique and enjoyable twist is the fact that each symbol has its own multiplier or spin amount built in, so players know exactly what to expect. For example, the groom, who by this point is absolutely terrified, is worth a free spin, while the unfortunate wedding cake adds two to the multiplier total. Bridezilla may even attempt to disrupt proceedings during the free spins themselves, adding even more bonuses to the total already earned.

Bridezilla Slot

Even when not on the rampage, Bridezilla is a welcome sight on the reels as she is the game’s wild card, filling in the gaps for any other symbol except the wedding bells. The poker machine is part of Microgaming’s ever expanding range of 243 Ways to Win pokies, meaning that wild cards become all the more significant for massive winning combinations. The graphics and details are among the best ever seen on a Microgaming poker machine and the manga style is perfect for a game based on a Japanese cultural icon – Godzilla, not the bride of course. Even the Spin button is a bunch of roses for that one final detail to make this one of the most interesting pokies around.

As part of the May 2013 batch of releases, Bridezilla is now available and ready to play at the leading Microgaming casinos in Australia, including Platinum Play and All Slots.