Big Ben: My Opinion
Hmmm. Of all the Aristocrat games so far released online (10 as I write this) I'd say that Big ben is the most disappointing, mainly because it's a tad boring. It was one of the earliest Aristocrat games to be bought online and there are now plenty more Aristocrat slots
It's essentially a clone of the original Queen Of The Nile
slot with the main difference in gameplay being that the free spins (15) only carry a 2x multiplier. Compared to more recent Aristocrat games like Pompeii
or Choy Sun Doa
, Big Ben is pretty low variance by comparison so you win lower amounts but more regularly. Games like 50 Lions
with it's stacked symbols or the More Chilli slot
fill the middle ground if a tad more volatility without being silly about it is your thing!
I can't say I've ever come across the Big Ben slot in land-based casinos before, certainly not in the UK or in Las Vegas anyway but that doesn't overly surprise me. The more prevalant Aristocrat game like 5 Dragons
or Wheres The Gold
are all also online and while more volatile, are a lot more fun than Big Ben in my opinion so it's no surprise to me these tend to dominate that space.
Big Ben slot reviewed by Simmo for Slotjunkies
Big Ben Slot Paytables
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