Jackpot City Casino Presents New April Slots

Published April 16, 2015

Fresh content is now live at Jackpot City Casino. Try four new slots that are led by Dragons Myth and Rabbit in the Hat.

Popular online casinos remain popular by innovating for their players. JackpotCity is already a destination for online casino gaming available on desktop and mobile. That is great, but the site is also committed to launching new games. The following are all available at JackpotCity from April.

Solve Dragons Myth

Microgaming provides Dragons Myth from a software partner called Rabcat, a slot developer responsible for creating Castle Builder and Forsaken Kingdom. Rabcat is building upon its medieval/fantasy pedigree with the launch of Dragons Myth. A female heroine stars in this five-reel slot with 20 fixed paylines. Avoid swooping dragons and trigger the special bonus round for lucrative rewards.

Magical Rabbit in the Hat

The magic is then dialled back a little to be of the family-friendly variety. There are five reels and nine fixed paylines present in the slot. Savour the magical visuals and spin the reels as you try to benefit from the various special hats, which can yield cash, free spins, and other rewards.

Have a Meal at Harveys

Culinary aficionados will appreciate the story of Harveys, a slot centred around a restaurateur who is trying to win over the restaurant world. Harvey makes an appearance as the wild symbol, which can help to increase winning in this 25-payline slot.

Dance with the Boogie Monsters

Witches, werewolves, and other creatures star in this slot. Although those creatures are normally scary, they are anything but when they are dancing. There is fun music and dulcet tones to enjoy while trying to reach the special bonus game to win prizes.

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