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Millionaires Club

RTP 94.2%
Play Cryptologic Slots
Reels 5
Paylines 9
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.5
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins No
Bonus Yes
Jackpot Jackpot

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Millionaires Club Slot Review

The Millionaires Club slots game can be found at Cryptologic casinos. Cryptologic also lease their slots games out to casinos using other software platforms. Cryptologic do not as standard publish the house edge of their slots games, however several casinos now offering their games – including InterCasino – do supply this information. Given the different information supplied by different casinos it is reasonable to assume that Cryptologic games are configurable and as such the figures in this review should be treated as a guideline only when playing at casinos that do not explicitly state the settings they use.

All about the life you want to have, Millionaire’s Club offers you the chance to hit that oft elusive huge progressive jackpot, so buy your ticket and let the lottery commence.

This game is a 5 reel game, with 9 paylines and you can only bet 1 coin on each payline.

The ‘Platinum Card’ symbol is wild.

There is only one bonus feature available when playing Millionaire’s Club and it is activate when three or more of the ‘Logo’ scatter symbol turn up anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a three tiered jackpot wheel. The outside tier is lined with the smallest prizes and four arrows pointing in to the second tier of the wheel. You spin the outside tier and if you land on a prize amount you receive that. That prize amount alongside three other prize slots on the tier are then replaced with a B. You are then given the choice to claim your winnings or spin again to try and win another prize. If you claim your winnings the bonus feature ends. If you spin again and land on one of the B slots, you bust and lose all prizes you’ve accumulated up to this point. If on any spin you land on one of the arrows you progress to the second tier. The second has the middle size prizes and two arrows. Like the first tier, you spin and if you land on a prize you receive it then it and four other slots are replace with B’s. Again you will be given the choice to claim your winnings or spin again. If you land on the arrow symbols, you will progress to the centre tier. When this happens you will only receive one spin on the centre tier which is lined with the largest prize and one arrow pointing to the Jackpot symbol. If you land on the arrow, you win the progressive jackpot.


Millionaire’s Club is a little dry on the bonus features especially when you consider the likelihood of a high house edge attached to this game.

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