Great Blue slot game is a great betting game


Great Blue slot game contains a number of lovely sea creatures. The Great Blue’s creatures contain the starfish, yellow stripy fish, seahorse, turtle, whale and a flashy pink clam shell.

The whale has the role of a wild symbol, substitutes for all other symbols except for the pink clam shell and doubles all of your payouts. When the whale pops up on the reels, he does a thrilling flip in joyful moment. Gather 5 whales on the reels in order to attain 10,000x of your bet. This is an incredible pay out from the wild symbol as well as amongst one of the best payouts in online slot games.

Coin size and bet

You will be told that it is a famous online slot game that comes with risk takers. The quantity of pay lines may be medium at 25; however, the stake of a line can go up to £1,000 with the maximum coin size of £100, making the max you can bet on a certain spin a massive of £25,000. Punters looking for a slower beginning needn’t anxiety as you could simply alter the coin size to £0.01, giving you a lowest wager of just £0.25 per spin. There are a huge number of feasibilities as well as fish to catch.

Bonus feature

The Orca Killer Whale symbol in the Great Blue is acting as a wild symbol and shows up on all 5 reels whereby taking place of all other symbols to complete feasible payout mixture. Each payout contains the wild will be doubled and also shows up stacked on the reels to serve as a stacked wild multiplier.

The Great Blue bonus feature activated by the Clam shell scatter offers 8 free spins as well as a multiplier worth 2x. Moreover, you choose 2 more Clam shell symbols to get some extra free spins and multipliers. You are able to win up to 33 free spins as well as a multiplier up to 15x.

In addition, Clam shell scatter rewards scatter multipliers from 2x up to 500x when more than 2 scatter symbols displayed anyplace on the reels.

  • Gamble feature

The gamble trait is activated each time you reach a payout. Players can either choose to play or not to play the gamble feature and allows you to bet with half or the total payout. In the gamble trait, a player would have to guess the card color whether red or black of the card shown on screen upside-down. A right decision will double your payout while a wrong guess decreases it.

You will see plenty of slot games at Casino Online Malaysia to choose. The Gamble feature of Great Blue slot game means that whenever you attain a win, you have the option to bet it to double your winnings by guessing the right card color. This is an awesome chance to win big if you are brave enough to gamble.

Great Blue slot is suitable for players who like the atmosphere of the blue ocean together with the passion for high volatile game.

Viridi is a new meditative garden title from Ice Water Games that’s now available on Google Play

While some games focus a lot on action, others are all about relaxing and that is one of the themes behind Ice Water Games’ new release called Viridi. If this game sounds familiar, it should, as we covered its development back in the earlier part of 2015. After our initial coverage, not much in the way of news had been released from the developers regarding where the game was at in terms of development. Now we get to jump right into it and start playing.

Viridi, for those of you who missed our previous coverage, is sort of like a virtual pet game but without the need to pet, play, or generally entertain and feed a digital pet. That doesn’t mean you don’t have any responsibilities either to your potted plants. You will need to water them appropriately in order to ensure their growth. Under- or over-watering them will result in dead plants. Give your plants enough attention and you will be rewarded with them blooming for you. You can even zoom right in to see the plants in more detail.

Once you’ve figured out what plants you want to grow, with the seed selection being found in the nursery, you plant them into your pot and begin taking care of them so that they can grow. You can name your favorite plants as well. The nursery will have different types of seeds being switched out on occasion, so there should be plants that you don’t have available at different times.

Viridi is available for download off of Google Play for free and does contain optional IAPs. These are so you can permanently buy and keep your favorite plants, although each week there will be free seeds available as well. There is also a version available for PC over on Steam.

Nvidia announces the upcoming release of two more console games onto their hardware

In other Nvdia related news to come out in the last 24 hours, the company has announced a couple of other games that are being launched on their platform. First, is an upcoming platformer known as Mighty No 9. This game looks like it is pulling it’s visual and style cues from the classic Mega Man games of yore.

Players will be able to control a little robot looking hero, who can dash, jump, shoot, and absorb the power-ups of destroyed enemies, who are all robots. As a fan of that franchise, I’m excited that the game’s official Twitter account indicates that Mighty No 9 is being developed by fans of Megan Man, and I have to say that I’m really looking forward to this one.

The trailer is below here, so give it a look.

The other game that is coming to Nvidia hardware is the Lego game for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In this game, players will be able to relive the story lines of the eponymous movie, while also being able to take advantage of exclusive content on other adventures that slot in between episodes VI and VII of the Star Wars movies. The game will include a variety of characters that include Chewie, Solo, Finn, and Rey, among others, as well as locations such as Jakku or Starkiller Base. There will even be a variety of vehicles included too. Check out the trailer for this one below, to see more of the Lego action.

Both of these games are set to be released through Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service later this month. From what we know, it looks like Mighty No. 9 will be arriving first and real soon, as in tomorrow.

Enjoy placing virtual wagers on soccer/football matches in Sim Betting Football, now out on Google Play

As a kid, my grandfather had a toy blackjack game, not much larger than a gameboy. I remember playing with it extensively, so I can see the appeal of games that revolve around betting that isn’t real. Once such game, released by Vindicta Games, is called Sim Betting Football and is a new type of football/soccer game. If this sounds familiar, it is because we talked about this game back in March 2016 when it was on Kickstarter looking for additional funds.

Players will be analyzing clubs as well as players. Individual athlete history such as age, position, and how well each athlete performs in other, more specific metrics. Such metrics include dribbling, creativity, shooting, passing, movement, technique, and more. All of this can be taken into consideration, and are available for players to weigh, as they place their virtual wagers. Players will also have access to game highlights, news feeds, and more at their fingertips.

This game includes hundreds of clubs and thousands of players from over a dozen leagues and five different nations. The names of the players will be procedurally generated, so no official player names are used, nor are the club names the same either. Lastly, the outcome of games are only the beginning of what can be wagered upon, as other options include the over/under, clean sheet, the score at half time, cards, corners, and more.

Sim Betting Football Features:

– realistic football simulation and match engine
– 5 nations, 15 leagues, 300 clubs, 7,000 players
– detailed statistics and data
– 13 betting markets
– 26 achievements to unlock
– 3 online leaderboards
– 3 languages: English, Italian, Spanish

Virtual coins are used in the wagers, and can be acquired through watching video ads, or used on the IAPs that will unlock other leagues and markets for wagering. The game includes leaderboards, to give the “high rollers” a place to show off. The game itself is available from Google Play for free, and also includes the optional IAPs I mentioned earlier.

[Update: Release Date] DotEmu reveals that Titan Quest will be arriving for mobile devices soon

DotEmu’s next project is bringing a game to mobile devices in the near future called Titan Quest. For those of you not familiar with this game, Titan Quest is an ARPG (Action-RPG) title which was originally released for PC back in the Summer of 2006. So it isn’t the oldest game DotEmu has brought over to mobile.

Update: June 20th, 2016 2:23pm PST: For those of you eager to get your hands on this game, the wait is almost over. A release date has been announced for Titan Quest, which means you’ll be able to pick up your copy of this game on July 7th, 2016 off of Google Play. The release date was announced via DotEmu’s Twitter account. No word on pricing yet, but it will almost assuredly be a premium title.

In Titan Quest, players will be jumping into a mythological world where you will take control of our hero, who heads out into said world to rid it of monsters that have suddenly appeared. You are not stuck in one location however, as you will be traveling to Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and Silk Road/Asia. Back when this game was originally released, it had a lot of advanced mechanics implemented like ragdoll physics and full lighting effects.

Original Titan Quest screenshot

The original game also came with a world editor, which players could use in creating custom worlds, mods, and quests. It also came with a Diablo-style multiplayer mode, where 3-6 people could jump into the same world and quest/explore together. These are the two features we are awaiting confirmation on being included with this new mobile version of the game.

Unlike a lot of previous DotEmu released, Titan Quest will have a couple of developer diaries available to watch in order to learn about the game and see some of the gameplay in action. Titan Quest is slated for release on May 19th, 2016 for iOS, with the Android version following shortly afterwards. No word on pricing as of yet. We will post an update once we get confirmation on those two features as well as when the second developer diary video is released. You can check out the first developer diary below.

Prism from Clint Siu is a stunning exploratory puzzle game. Definitely check this game out!

Clint Siu is a VFX artist and solo independent game developer. His game Prism is fascinating, completely enthralling and absolutely stunning. If you like games that put you in a meditative state as you explore the content, look no further than Prism. You will be glad you did.

Mr. Siu is based in Reno, Nevada. _Prism as it is listed in the Play Store, is a game that arrived earlier this year on iOS. Once look at the visuals and you can see why this game has won a few awards. It goes deeper than that actually, the gameplay is just as impressive as you enter a game without any instructions whatsoever. You have to figure out what to do on each level, and the complexity of the levels increases over time.

_Prism is not a long game, so beware of that before you dive in. The listing says you can finish the game in about an hour. It is also a premium priced game coming in at $2.99  I know what some of you may be thinking, $2.99 for an hour of gameplay? As I have mentioned before, you can’t put a price on high-quality games, especially if you don’t like freemium games that seem to have overtaken the Play Store.

_Prism was developed as part of Stugan, which is an indie game accelerator started by different game creators that were involved in games like Angry Birds, Candy Crush and others. One look at the game and the other games that I mentioned look nothing like -Prism, but it was developed with twenty-three other indie game developers.

“_Prism is a visually stunning journey through a microcosmic galaxy. Touch shapes and patterns to unfold sacred geometry and reach the ethereal soul. Each level is a push and pull of cinematic design, mythology, and intuitive touch exploration.” – Clint Siu

It is easy to get pulled into this game. The graphics, music and game mechanics, are seamlessly woven together. From the opening image you naturally figure out what to do. The puzzles or diagrams that appear on the shapes make me think of a future-type of hieroglyphics. As you push and pull on the objects, it is fascinating to see what will occur next, as the objects literally unfold before you into different shapes.

_Prism Game Features:

  • 13 Enchanting levels totaling about an hour of gameplay
  • Original, zen-like soundtrack
  • Rotate, pinch and zoom to capture the universe through your own personal camera lens
  • Based on the Classical Elements, each piece of sacred geometry is a symbol for the elements that build up our lives and our world

The goal of each puzzle is to get to the center of the object. As you push, pull, rotate and zoom in and zoom out, the shapes transform before your very eyes. The exploration is wonderful, as well as every element that has gone into the game. I know this game has been awarded and reviewed by quite a few sources, but let me say if it has not been said, this would make a perfect game for VR. The game immerses you into its world, and I can only imagine how the sense of being involved in the game would exponentially increase with VR. We can always hope right?

If you enjoy puzzle games or games that don’t necessarily tuck into one particular genre, then you should definitely try out _Prism. It is a wonderfully created premium priced game that has no in-app purchases. From the slick menu, all the way through the puzzles and music, you will enjoy what Clint Siu has created. Now is the difficult part… eagerly waiting to see what he will craft next.


Nvidia announces that Borderlands 2 and the Pre-Sequel are coming to Shield products

As many of you know, we were at E3 2016 all last week, and unfortunately some of the news we couldn’t get out fast enough due to the lovely internet connection found at these events each year. However, in case you missed this, Nvidia has announced that two more Borderlands games which are being ported over to run on Shield devices.

Both Borderlands 2, as well as Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will be coming to multiple Shield devices, including Shield Android TV, as well as their current tablets that utilize the K1 processor. In Nvidia’s announcement, they mentioned that both of the games will be added to their “store” (which links back to Google Play). Currently, the Pre-Sequel can be found there already for $14.99, but it’s not compatible with my Shield tablet, being a Shield TV exclusive at this point.

So while there’s no release date specified, we can at least know that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. If the Pre-Sequel’s pricing is any indicator, these games will set players back $14.99 each. Here’s hoping that Nvidia gets those up quickly.

Smartboy accessory by Hyperkin can turn your phone into a functional Gameboy

As a kid, I remember enjoying a few different types, be they the Tiget handhelds, my brother’s Game Gear, or Nintendo’s Gameboy, all of which (plus more later) enabled gaming “on the go. Hyperkin is a company that has been working on an emulator that runs Gameboy games, and is dubbed the Smartboy. “Big Deal!”, I might hear you say. Well, it might interest you, dear skeptic, to know that this emulator is different from just downloading and running ROMs in two ways.

First, it physically emulates the feel of the Gameboy, with the same cross-pad and two-button scheme, even down to much of the coloring. The idea is that players can slide their phone into a shell (with the phone remaining in landscape), thus obscuring the lower portion of the screen, and leaving the upper portion to emulate what would otherwise be the screen of the Gameboy. That being said, some small physical details altered, such as the dearth of Nintendo markings, and Hyperkin’s markings being used instead. The other facet worth considering with this emulator is that the physical shell can play the physical Gameboy and Gameboy Color cartridges.


-Open source serial app and firmware 
-Compatible with GB and GBC cartridges 
-Classic handheld-style tactile button set 
-Designed for Android smartphones 
-Double-sided micro USB port

The hardware and software requirements are for Android phones that are between five and six inch screens, and they must run at least 4.4.4 OTG. Lastly, to any developers out there, Hyperkin is offering a royalty percentage (of retail ready units that are sold) to anyone that can “improve the Smartboy’s serial app and firmware”. The offer, along with the ability to purchase the developer kit, can be found here. It is worth noting that what’s going to be released at this point is a developer kit, and Hyperkin is asking $60 for it. It’s tentative shipping date is December 1st. So with the ease of emulating via ROMs and what not, does something like this that can run physical carts have any appeal?

Source: Engadget

Play Splash Pop from Frima Studios. An arcade puzzle game full of bursting color and fun. Squishy!

Frima Studios is based in Canada. They have released a few titles for Android and iOS. A few weeks ago, they released Splash Pop. It is a fun puzzle game with a nice dose of strategy thrown in. If you enjoy puzzle games that get your fingers tapping, then Splash Pop will be right up your alley. It is available to download in the Google Play Store now.

It is always pleasant when you come across a game that is much more than you expected. Splash Pop on the surface looks like it could be a random tapping game. I was surprised that after the first few levels, many different game mechanics were introduced to make the game even more fun and challenging. The goal in the game is to squash as many of the ‘lushies’ as possible for their juice. You are doing all of this to satisfy the Juice King of course. An assortment of many adorable and colorful little lushies pop up out of holes on the board. The lushies will attempt to make it from one hole to the other. If any escape, it affects your three star rating. The lushies come up out of the hole as if you had kicked an ant hill. They are everywhere. Fortunately for you, you have nimble fingers and other abilities on your side, that help you in your quest to defeat the mob of slushies.

“Funny and absurd, Splash Pop takes you to a quirky galaxy where you and your finger are in charge of splashing and juicing as many cute and innocent creatures as you can. Aided by strange monsters, squish, scorch, slice, dice, nuke, splash and pop the living juice out of them all in order to satisfy the unquenchable thirst of the Juice King!” – Frima Studios Inc.

Splash Pop Game Features:

  • Over 400 unique, thrilling arcade-puzzle levels
  • Exciting gameplay mechanics focused on crowd psychology
  • Lavish 3D graphics and unique characters
  • Multiple unique world environments
  • Highly intuitive controls, manipulation as a game
  • Community-wide events and objectives

What I have enjoyed about Splash Pop thus far is the variety in the gameplay. Initially I expected to just be tapping on the screen. With the aide of other characters, you have to plan how to get all of those lushies popped. In the early stages you are given help with a character that basically has a fan attached to the end of his nose. You decide which direction to point the character so that the fan can blow the lushies in a certain direction. Based on the movement of the lushies this could change. One level has one fan and then a few levels up you are given an additional fan. It becomes challenging because of the rate at which the lushies appear. Yes, while frantically popping them, you also have to adjust the direction of the fan, if it is not working in the way that you should. This adds an enjoyable level of complexity to the game, but it still makes the game fun and more engaging.

There are also boss monsters that you will have to face at the end of each set of levels. While I am at it, I can’t forget to mention how much I enjoy the brief animation that takes you down to the board level of the game. You start off from a world perspective. In this case it is a square. The square shows the world or the playing boards and then it rotates and zooms into the board that you will be playing on. While it is simple in its execution, it works really well and it makes me wish I had the ability to rotate the world myself and zoom in on the detail of the art. It is quite fascinating and well-produced. Frima Studios has done a good job of adding splashes of detail exactly where they are needed. 

You also have the ability to basically level up your finger, for lack of a better description. As you squeeze the juice out of the characters, the juice is saved in a counter to the left side of the screen. As you collect more juice, you can basically upgrade the power of your ‘squish’ as well as your friends that come along and help you in the battle. This again, adds more depth to the game, which will allow you to develop your strategy even more through the gargantuan amount of puzzles in the game.

Splash Pop is free to play and does include optional in-app purchases. If you like you can turn of the ads that pop up in between the levels of gameplay. The game is also integrated with Google Game Play Services with 5 achievements to unlock and 5 leaderboards to compete on. 

I have been pleasantly surprised and pleased with Splash Pop so far. The game is colorful, fun and challenging. The other thing I like about the game is that it has an easy learning curve. If you are looking for a game that the whole family can play and enjoy, look no further than Splash Pop. It is a wonderful entry into the arcade/puzzle genre.


[UPDATE: Game Released] Frantic Shooter is coming this week from Bulkypix and Pixel Ratio

Bulkypix and Pixel Ratio are releasing a game during the height of E3 this week. If you remember, some time ago, Pixel Ratio created a comical character named Aby. He was the main character in the game Aby Escape. Now, a few years later, Aby is back starring in another game, entitled Frantic Shooter. If you like top down shooters, this is one you will want to check out this week when it arrives for Android and iOS.

UPDATE: Wednesday, 9:48 AM, PST: Bulkypix and Pixel Ratio have released their latest title into the Google Play Store. Frantic Shooter is now available to download for free. The game does include optional in-app purchases. There appears to be only one in-app purchase that tops out at $.99 If you enjoy games full of action and hordes of enemies trying to attack you, Frantic Shooter will test your reflexes. The link to download the game can be found at the end of this article.

Bulkypix is publishing Frantic Shooter. The creators of the game is the studio Pixel Ratio. Pixel Ratio is based in Spain, and has helped produce top-tier games in the past. Whereas Aby Escape was an enjoyable endless runner game starring an adorable raccoon, Frantic Shooter will be full of mesmerizing action, as Aby, the popular raccoon takes on enemies in a game that is set in space. There will plenty of enemies for you to thwart, as you quickly run through randomly generated levels bursting with color and a host of unusual characters.

“The galaxy needs heroes like you! Frantic Shooter is a TPS that will leave you breathless while shooting space debris aliens in the purest arcade style. Grab your weapon and join the battle, it’s time for war! Fight against hordes of enemies and save the planet. Get thrilled playing this exciting arcade game with simple slide controls, frantic action, powerful weapons and a variety of heroes.” – Bulkypix/Pixel Ratio

Frantic Shooter Features:

  • Simple slide controls
  • Fast-paced arcade action
  • 15 different heroes and more to come
  • Different weapons to destroy your enemies
  • Random floor generation.

Based on the initial trailer, Frantic Shooter looks like it will be fun to play. Frantic Shooter is set to arrive in the Google Play Store, Thursday, June 16th. As soon as it arrives, we will let you know, so you can download this game.