Thursday, August 15, 2013

Free Chip Now Available to Try Slotland's New 'Super Sevens' Fruitie

Slotlands New Super Sevens Fruitie is Generous with Free SpinsSlotland launched a new fruitee this week and is giving away a $17 free chip so you can give it a whirl.  The new game is called Super Sevens and it gives free spins with bet multipliers after every winning combination. Classic slot machine symbols like lemons, cherries and, of course, 7s spin on Super Sevens five reels.

The free chip is only available until Sunday so don't wait, go try it!

Also, every day until August 18, twenty Super Sevens players will each receive a $25 cash prize. A total of $3000 in daily cash prizes will also be awarded to players taking the new game for a spin.

Super Sevens is more generous with free spins than most online slots . After every winning spin the next spin is free, and any win from the free spin is multiplied by the current win multiplier. The win multiplier starts at x2 and increases with every winning spin up to x7.

“Call me old fashioned, but I just love good old fruit machines,” said one long-time Slotland player. “Slotland constantly amazes me with the incredible games they come out with, all the special effects and fancy bonus games. The last one, Airmail is mindboggling -- I’ve never seen anything like it anywhere else. But lemons and cherries and grapes, oh my – that’s my kind of game!”

“I can’t believe you get a free spin with every winning combo!” said another player during testing of the new game. “And then in the free spins the music changes, and the pace picks up, and the multiplier keeps multiplying – it’s really quite exhilarating!”

All of Slotland’s 30 one-of-a-kind slots games, including the new Super Sevens, can be played on literally any device capable of handling web content including Blackberry. Many are also available on the Slotland Mobile Casino which has an enhanced user interface for iPhone/iPad and Android phone users: buttons big enough to tap and screen layouts designed to make the most of smaller screens.

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