Visitors to GrandeVegasCasino.com are invited to scare themselves silly this Halloween, thanks to the launch of a spooky slot Bubble Bubble. The latest video slot from Realtime Gaming comes packed full of freaky features that are guaranteed to have you in a spin, and the game will be unleashed on the mortal world on October 14 on download instant-play and mobile.
“There’s plenty of great features for serious slot players and casual gamers alike, and we know our customers are going to love it.”
Bubble Bubble is a fun and creepy cartoon caper that offers absolutely loads of free spins. Cauldron symbols act as scatters and three or more across the reels will trigger one of three huge features. First up is the Great Ghosts Feature, which will net you 20 free spins, while up to nine Wild Ghosts will invade the reels each spin!
Meanwhile, Winni the Wild Witch is wild in more ways than one, and she’ll use her magic during the Wild Witches Feature to turn reels wild. Lastly, the Bewitched Feature awards seven free spins with an expanded Wild held over the middle reel for all spins! With so many great bonus rounds on offer, the wins come thick and fast.
Meanwhile, GrandeVegasCasino.com has also announced that its wildly popular Tri Card Poker will now be available to play on mobile. Tri-Card Poker is a slimmed down, fast-paced version of traditional poker, where you set your three-card hand against the dealer's three-card hand. The highest ranked poker hand wins.
“We’re thrilled to announce the launch of such an exciting new game, just in time for Halloween,” said Robert Miller, Casino Manager at Grande Vegas Casino. “There’s plenty of great features for serious slot players and casual gamers alike, and we know our customers are going to love it.
“And at Grande Vegas Casino, we’re committed to offering the best in multi-platform entertainment, which is why pleased to announce the transition of Tri-Card Poker to mobile,” he added. “It’s easy to learn, easy to play, and easy to win, and it’s now available on your hand-held device at the touch of a button.”