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Elvis Top 20
|Available on Mobile
| Free Spin Bonus
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| Stacked Wilds
| Expanding Wilds
| Scatter Symbol
| No. of Jackpot Tiers
|| NOT APPLICABLE
|| Elvis Top 20
| Game Type
|| Vegas Slots
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Hopefully you won’t be crying in the chapel if your luck is way down playing this Barcrest slots game. ‘Elvis Top 20’ will certainly bring back many memories of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll and instead of ending up in heartbreak hotel, you’ll get some great wins and go out and buy some blue suede shoes if that’s alright with Mamma.
Many of you will know this game from playing it in the arcades and it’s a five-reel 20 win line game.
The minimum stake on Elvis-Top 20 is 2p and the maximum £25 which means you could find yourself staking £500 on a game if deciding to play every line. If you do that then only do so if you can actually afford to lose that amount. Whatever the stake you decide to play at, do some research before starting to play this slots game. That means having a good look through the paytable and partaking in some free demo play before risking that account balance. If you don’t want to keep on pressing the spin button then try the Autoplay function that gets those reels spinning for a maximum of 25 games at a time.
Elvis fans really will adore this slots game and the symbols used will have those memories flooding back. They represent Elvis at several stages of his life. There’s the up and coming Elvis as a youngster, in the early days of his career, at his peak and then his Las Vegas concerts in the 1970s as he reached the all too early end of his life. Other symbols include gold records (and he had a fair few of those), a pink cadillac, an electric guitar and the wild symbol is the crown that Elvis truly deserved as the undisputed King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. As the reels spin there’s some great music played and you’ll be jiving away when the wins start to head in your direction.
There are three bonus rounds in this Barcrest slots game, namely the Jukebox Jive Bonus Game, the Elvis Gold Disc Bonus Game and the Electric Guitar Bonus Game. All can bring about some very decent wins.
The Jukebox Jive Bonus Game is activated when three or more of the jukebox symbols come into view on the reels. That brings about decision time and it’s now or never as you have to choose one of those jukeboxes and reveal a random stake multiplier bonus. All relatively simple of course but it gets the old heart pumping when I get to reveal a really high multiplier.
If you get three or more gold disc symbols then you’re going to smiliing because that gets you into the Elvis Gold Disc Bonus Game. This takes you into one of those wheel bonus rounds and it spins round and round before finally ending and hopefully giving you a great multiplier that will leave you all shook up.
Finally there’s the Electric Guitar Bonus Game and to get into this you need three electric guitar symbols to appear on the reels. WIn values appear underneath each of the guitars and that adds even more cash to your hopefully healthy looking online account balance. Elvis once recorded a song called ‘Golden Coins’ and with a bit of luck there’ll be plenty of those on their way to you when you play this game.
This is a really entertaining game and all those great memories you have of the King will add to the enjoyment you get. Sadly there’s no free spins or holds in this game but the three bonus rounds are entertaining enough and can be very lucrative. You certainly won’t end up in the Ghetto playing this game but you won’t end up singing that Elvis song ‘Who Needs Money.’