No Worries Online Slot For Australian Day

Published: January 21, 2017

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Australia Day is celebrated on January 26 to mark the anniversary of the landing of the first fleet on the continent. Microgaming offers an online slot game titled No Worries that has an Australian theme and therefore suited for the occasion. It is available in two different formats at Microgaming online casinos like Royal Vegas, All Slots and 32Red.

The Australian theme begins from the background to the reels, which depicts the Australian Outback. The high paying symbols are native Australian animals crafted in a comical style. They include wallaby, koala bear, platypus, wombat, kookaburra and Tasmanian devil. The wallaby lies in a hammock totally drunk, the wombat is taking a bath in a tub and the kookaburra plays a didgeridoo. The win animations are hilarious. The low paying symbols are playing card letters with Aboriginal art design borders. The boomerang is the scatter symbol and the No Worries logo is the wild symbol. The free spins feature has an interesting outcome. You can collect the free spins winnings if you are happy with the amount won. You can also play the free spins again from scratch or exchange the winnings for a mystery bonus.

No Worries is also available as a multi-player slot game. Multi-player No Worries is played in virtual rooms, each of which can accommodate up to 30 players. The players in the same room can chat with each other. The rooms are differentiated according to bet amounts, so you end up with players that have similar bankrolls. Each player can see only their slot machines. While wagering on Multi-player No Worries you earns points. Once you accumulate three or more points, these will be transferred to the leader board, where you will be ranked according to your points tally. The leader board positions become important in the Aussie Windmill Pump bonus round, which is the multi-player part of the game. It is triggered randomly. In this bonus round all players face a wheel that has 18 segments with one of five different Australian animals in each segment. Each animal represents a percentage of the jackpot amount ranging from 10% to 100%. The wheel is spun to decide how much of the jackpot amount is to be disbursed. The top ten players on the leader board will share the jackpot according to their position, with the higher ranked player getting a bigger share of the jackpot. Multi-player No Worries can be accessed from the "Multiplayers & Tournaments" tab in the Games lobby.


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