Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Get $1000 Intro Bonus with Total of 182 Free Spins on New Pulsar From RTG

An out of this world game comes to Intertops Casino this week! From Realtime Gaming, the cosmic new Pulsar has Cascading Wins that maximize payouts and exploding Neutron Stars that blast the reels to create more possible wins. Until Feb. 28th, get up to $1000 in introductory bonus with a total of 182 free spins to try the new game.

When Neutron Star first shows up, it is randomly assigned a number from 3 to 1. For each spin and for each cascading win, the countdown decreases by 1. When it reaches zero, the Star explodes, destroying all symbols within its blast radius and replacing them with new symbols and new chances for wins.

Pulsar also has cascading symbols that trigger win after win. All symbols in winning combinations disappear after pay-out and new symbols drop into their places. Exploding Neutron Stars can also trigger more cascading.

“Exploding stars, fiery comets and mysterious planets cascade across the reels,” said Intertops Casino’s manager.  “These Cascading Symbols are going to trigger some cosmic payouts!”

One of the world’s oldest and most trusted online casinos, Intertops Casino has been offering a huge selection of slots and table games for more than 20 years. Until February 3rd, the $240,000 Frozen Fortune Casino Bonus Contest continues to award frequent players with up to $500 every week.

Claim the first three bonuses for up to $1000 in match-up bonuses 
and 132 free spins to qualify for 50 free bonus spins.
Available until February 28, 2020

1. Bonus: 75% up to $300 + 33 spins 

2. Bonus: 100% up to $200 + 44 spins 

3. Bonus: 125% up to $500 + 55 spins 

Extra Bonus: 50 Free Spins
No further deposit required

Min. deposit $20. Bonuses must be redeemed in consecutive order. Free spins are only valid for Pulsar and subject to 10x wagering. Standard wagering requirements apply for the deposit bonuses. Max. cashout from Extra Bonus is $200 with 60x wagering.

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