The Internet’s Best New Online Slots
June 24, 2019
Fantastic slot games are the bread and butter of online casinos.
Where would we be without them, eh? Before the internet, you’d have to get all dressed up and actually walk into a casino to get that slot machine action. And while bricks-and-mortar casinos are obviously still around, accessibility is much broader.
But you wouldn’t just play any old slot game at any old online casino. You want the best online slots there are. And if they’re new slots, even better! Readers of our online casino reviews will know just how many games they have and it can be tricky to find the best ones. So here at Casino Circle, we’ve saved you the hassle and compiled a list of 5 of the internet’s best new online slots.
Let’s get cracking!
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Montezuma is a journey through the Aztec Empire in Latin America.
Montezuma comes with an awesome soundtrack and beautiful symbols such as the Chieftain, an eagle, and an Aztec mask. Work your way to the bonus round, where free spins can be multiplied in the feature and increase your prizes.
There isn’t an autoplay feature on this one and the prizes are comparatively low but overall Montezuma is a solid Mesoamerican effort.
Read our full review of Montezuma here.
Have you ever watched a bank heist movie? Or even a scene like the one in The Dark Knight?
Then you’ll love Action Bank from Barcrest. It’s a classic and very old school in premise and design. But don’t let the old-fashioned graphics fool you. Action Bank packs a punch with its powerful wins.
At the start, you’re met with a steel vault and that’s pretty much all you get visually. The symbols are bold and brash – X’s, O’s, Bar symbols, and a golden vault.
There’s a certain Deal or No Deal feel to everything but without all the boxes and awful banter between Noel Edmonds and The Banker. What you’ll want is to get 5 7 symbols in a row, which returns odds of 500/1. The bonus is activated when you land five gold vaults and leads you to the top prize.
Action Bank is a no-nonsense no-frills game with a decent house edge and great payouts. The only gripe is no autoplay.
But having said that, this game has more pros than cons and worthy of your time.
If you think you can crack the vault, read our full review of Action Bank here.
If you think Diamond Mine looks familiar, it’s probably because of its similarity to Bonanza. But even without any originality, it’s still one of the most popular slot games around.
In essence, this is a Bonanza in a mask in terms of graphics and gameplay. Paylines are the same, the layout too, even the mechanics. Players looking for a unique game might want to find something else.
But this is a list of the internet’s best new online slots and Diamond Mine is here for a good reason – it’s still super fun to play.
Besides, they say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and possibly a lucrative one in this case. The highest-paying symbols available are a diamond, a miner, a lamp, and a shovel. If you get 6 diamonds in a row, you get a 50/1 payout on your stake. Not bad!
There’s also the generous house edge of 3.57%.
With its big wins and lovely graphics, you’ll be able to bypass the fact it’s a Bonanza clone.
Dig your way through to our Diamond Mine review here.
Emperor of the Sea
There are numerous legends of sea dragons and underwater creatures that have ruled the seas and oceans. And now there’s a slot game for one!
Emperor of the Sea takes a Chinese stylistic approach with a green and orange dragon at the titular character. The graphics may seem a little outdated but rest assured, this is a fun game to play.
The Emperor of the Sea symbol pays out a mega 525/1 if you hit five in a row! Now that’s what I call monstrous!
The bonus round gives you free spins and a cool game involving Growing Wilds and growing wins.
What isn’t monstrous is the house edge of 3.72%.
If you fancy making waves with this slot game, you should check out our full Emperor of the Sea review.
And finally, we have Extra Chilli which lives up to it’s name as one of the hottest slots on the internet.
Now, we talked about how Diamond Mines was a reskinned version of Bonanza and that was maybe unoriginal. Well, Extra Chilli is exactly the same. BUT it’s in the list for a reason – it’s a damn good slot game!
Big Time Gaming clearly knew a good thing when it saw one and decided to replicate Bonanza’s winning formula with some added spice. The good news is you won’t need any milk or orange juice to cool down for this one (did you know the active ingredient in chillis is capsaicin, which is alkaline-based, and that’s why you need something acidic to neutralise its heat? Cool, right?) Anyway, let’s move on.
No prizes for guessing what the theme of the symbols is in this game: chillis. And they’re all different colours – purple, red, blue, and green.
The purple chilli which pays out 60/1 when you get five in a row.
The bonus game gives you eight free spins with the chance to win 24. The house edge is a mild 3.18% and autoplay is available on this one. Hot stuff!
If you can stand the heat, read the full Extra Chilli review here.
In the words of any fine comedic chef, that’s shallot!
Each of the games mentioned above has its own charm and quirky features, even if a couple are reskinned versions of a classic. But that hasn’t stopped millions of people watching remakes in the cinema so there must be some kind of merit to it. Many of the best slot games on the internet tap into certain themes and outweigh originality you might find in other games that don’t have quality gameplay or features. It’s all yin and yang (another Chinese concept shared with games like Lion Dance and Peking Luck.
But, jokes aside, whichever slot game you play, always remember to gamble responsibly and only play with money you can afford to lose. No amount of awesome graphics and funky mechanics are worth significant debts and if you feel you need help in that way, consider seeking advice from charities like Gamcare.
Author: Luke Davis
Luke Davis is a copywriter and blogger based in Nottingham, UK. He writes for his own blogs, covering everything from music to culture, tech, and sports. His interests include Pokémon and modernist architecture. When he's not writing, he's a music producer and always finds an excuse to insert a Simpsons reference into conversation.