Bell Fever is a 3 reel (non-progressive), 8-payline, Cgtv-games Video Slot. It comes with a free spin and has a maximum jackpot win of $1,250.
Bell Fever is a classic slot which offers a combination of features never before seen. These play out over three reels and eight paylines with multiple betting options available to players. You'll see free spins and two multiplying bonus features; whilst prizes can amount up to $1,250.
Bells, bells and more bells is what you'll see on the slots flaming background. The reels are positioned in a central position with markers to the left and above for each of the eight possible paylines.
Bells are the most important icon on the reels and is joined by a range of fruity icons which include cherries, oranges, melons, plums, lemons, bars and 7's.
The slot offers up to 8 paylines over three reels, which is four more than classic slots usually have. When combined with multiple coin options (max 5 per line) and the ability to change coin values you are spoilt for choice when choosing what to wager.
You don't often find a three reel slot with an extra feature, let alone three which are unique in comparison to other slots.
You can win nine free spins when four bells appear in a diamond shape on the reels. These â€˜bell fever' free spins will begin straightaway and play concurrently before returning you to normal play.
If every icon displayed on screen is fruit you'll instantly receive 16x your total. This â€˜all fruit' bonus is paid on top of any other win which can net you double prizes.
The final feature is called wild 4 and occurs when four identical icons appear in the four corners of the slot. These can be any icons, so long as they are identical, and you'll win 25x your total bet on top of any other prizes which are paid first.
Seldom have we seen a classic video slot which offers such unique features. Bell Fever has rewritten the rulebook and we have no issue recommending it to any slot player. It's simple, feature rich and offers a variety of different bets. Genius!
20th of February 2015
10th of February 2015