Check Out NextGen’s Newest Creation – Monster Wins Slot
Monster Wins is the latest work of art by NextGen Gaming, featuring the 1024 ways to win design. For the theme NextGen decided to go with cartoon monster symbols of various sizes and one monster to lead them all called Boss Monster.
If you are a long year gambler and a fan of the slot games from this provider, you will agree with us that their 1024 ways to win slots are one of the worst in the entire industry. None of them has the potential for any decent payouts and it seems they get launched just to eat money away from your balance.
No reason to expect anything different from Monster Wins and NextGen Gaming did it again, managed to create another money eating machine. This no paying potential of Monster Wins is located in the symbols payouts and in the incredibly weak bonus feature. There are two bonus rounds in this game, with the Boss Monster as the main symbol.
The first is triggered when the Boss Monster covers the entire first reel. A pair of tentacles appears out of nowhere and awards extra Boss Monster symbols across all reels. That’s it. No extra features, multipliers, expanding symbols nothing. The second feature is a free spins bonus in theory, but in reality it is the same feature as the first only repeated 3 times over the 3 free spins awarded.
That’s pretty much all that you can expect as you lose money playing Monster Wins. The Boss Monster has a maximum 100 x bet payout, if by some miracle 5 of a kind win is formed and the wild symbol can land on the last 4 reels with no special functions attached.
What We love
We love many things, like cold beer on a beach next to a top model, but in Monster Wins we don’t like anything, no matter how cute the monsters pretend to be.
What we Do not Like
We don’t like the 1024 ways to win slot games coming from NextGen Gaming, including Monster Wins. We really hate when a game is there only to eat away our hard earned money and annoy us all the way, with no hints of paying anything decent in return.
Oh yes, definitely. But only if you like to throw away money and curse each time the Boss Monster starts staring back at you awarding nothing on the reels.
We have no idea why NextGen is designing 1024 ways slots that will only eat money ruining the decent reputation they have in the gambling community. Most of their standard design slots are decent to play and the Super Bet slots can really pay big amounts of money in return for the extra invested bet per spin.
It seems that the 1024 ways to win are the losing games from NextGen and are a complete opposite from their relatives in other providers like Microgaming or NetEnt. If you take our advice, try some other games from NextGen or if you like the 1024 ways to win design look for some other provider.