Great Blue slot game is a great betting game


Great Blue slot game contains a number of lovely sea creatures. The Great Blue’s creatures contain the starfish, yellow stripy fish, seahorse, turtle, whale and a flashy pink clam shell.

The whale has the role of a wild symbol, substitutes for all other symbols except for the pink clam shell and doubles all of your payouts. When the whale pops up on the reels, he does a thrilling flip in joyful moment. Gather 5 whales on the reels in order to attain 10,000x of your bet. This is an incredible pay out from the wild symbol as well as amongst one of the best payouts in online slot games.

Coin size and bet

You will be told that it is a famous online slot game that comes with risk takers. The quantity of pay lines may be medium at 25; however, the stake of a line can go up to £1,000 with the maximum coin size of £100, making the max you can bet on a certain spin a massive of £25,000. Punters looking for a slower beginning needn’t anxiety as you could simply alter the coin size to £0.01, giving you a lowest wager of just £0.25 per spin. There are a huge number of feasibilities as well as fish to catch.

Bonus feature

The Orca Killer Whale symbol in the Great Blue is acting as a wild symbol and shows up on all 5 reels whereby taking place of all other symbols to complete feasible payout mixture. Each payout contains the wild will be doubled and also shows up stacked on the reels to serve as a stacked wild multiplier.

The Great Blue bonus feature activated by the Clam shell scatter offers 8 free spins as well as a multiplier worth 2x. Moreover, you choose 2 more Clam shell symbols to get some extra free spins and multipliers. You are able to win up to 33 free spins as well as a multiplier up to 15x.

In addition, Clam shell scatter rewards scatter multipliers from 2x up to 500x when more than 2 scatter symbols displayed anyplace on the reels.

  • Gamble feature

The gamble trait is activated each time you reach a payout. Players can either choose to play or not to play the gamble feature and allows you to bet with half or the total payout. In the gamble trait, a player would have to guess the card color whether red or black of the card shown on screen upside-down. A right decision will double your payout while a wrong guess decreases it.

You will see plenty of slot games at Casino Online Malaysia to choose. The Gamble feature of Great Blue slot game means that whenever you attain a win, you have the option to bet it to double your winnings by guessing the right card color. This is an awesome chance to win big if you are brave enough to gamble.

Great Blue slot is suitable for players who like the atmosphere of the blue ocean together with the passion for high volatile game.

[Update] Find peace and tranquility with potted plant simulator Viridi, available now on iOS and Android

Updated on June 20th, at 8:16: If you’re looking for a relaxing zen-paced game to pass the time, Viridi might fill that niche. The potted plant simulator, originally released on Steam, is now available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

The game also includes other planets to purchase through in-app purchases and add to your nursery.

Far from the maddening crowd of bombastic and shooter-y games, Viridi is a potted plant simulator. You’ll choose from a variety of plants and see and watch it grow in real life. It’s a bit like Mountain, an idle game that was weirdly intriguing. 
Viridi has more “gameplay” though and is a bit more hands on but wants to make you experience the same feeling: peace.

Prepare your build: Classic ARPG Titan Quest is coming to Android on July 7th

Titan Quest, the classic and celebrated ARPG , has been out on iOS for a few weeks now and it was mostly a good port by the folks at DotEmu.

It launched with some framerate problems though and some UI issues but the latest patches have fixed those and added a high performance mode if you encounter any drop in FPS.

Now DotEmu is ready to bring this epic loot-fest to Android as it just announced via Twitter that the game is coming to Android on July 7th.

Expect a premium app as the game didn’t contain any iAPs on iOS and be prepared for quite an experience as the game’s still as addictive as ever.

We’ll let you know the moment it hits the Play Store.

The beautiful soundtrack from Monument Valley: Forgotten Shores is now available on iTunes and Soundcloud

No, you won’t have a new game in the Monument Valley series just yet but you can relieve the best moments of this cherished mobile classic with the just released soundtrack for its expansion, Forgotten Shores, right now on iTunes for £7.99.

The game might be awfully gorgeous but it’s minimalist and refreshing soundtrack was also one of the main selling point of the experience for me so I’m glad I can give it a listen whenever I need to.

If you want to take a listen before buying, you can still head over to Soundcloud and let your ears bathe in musical paradise. You can also get the music in Vinyl.

Auto Warriors is turn-based vehicular mayhem by veterans of the genre, soft launched now

Auto Warriors pits your team of armed vehicles against the AI or even other players. But instead of dropping you into the action and letting you frag each other, Auto Warriors uses a turn-based combat system that will require a lot of strategy and cunning.

You’ll get to design your own cars and customize your chassis, wheels, engines and more. Each part of your car can be targeted and broken down so you’ll have to choose carefully.

Hyperkin’s GameBoy cartridge reader

Remember that April’s fools joke called Smart Boy? It promised to turn your Android device into a GameBoy, letting you even play cartridges from the GameBoy Color and GameBoy. Turns out Hyperkin wasn’t joking but fully intended to release it all along.

After more than a year without any news about it, it resurfaced at this year’s E3 and was even playable. Hyperkin’s now targeting a December release but dropped iOS support. That last part is not surprising as iOS’ closed nature would make this an impossible task without jailbreaking your device.

The Smart Boy features the same buttons found on the original GameBoy and is compatible with Android 4.4.4 and up. The software-side of it will be open source and Hyperkin will even offer a royalty percentage of retail units sold if you can improve its firmware.

You can pre-order a developer kit here if you’re interested or wait for the retail units.

You can eat your hat now Mark.


Gold Award-winning and The Room-like _PRISM is finally out on Android

If you’ve been enjoying games like The Room, there’s always that question of “what could I play that is as good as this?”. 

If you play only on Android, you have then missed _PRISM, an abstract take on the formula of The Room but with the same great tactile feeling and puzzles. It might be short but it’s well worth the ride.

The best deals this week in handheld and mobile

Gaming on mobile or handheld isn’t the cheapest thing in the world.

It’s true that we never have to face a £60 price tag in any newly released game, but the limited marketplace of the App Store, Google Play Store, and PS Store makes it impossible to find genuinely good discounts.

And don’t get me started about 3DS games, particularly if you don’t want to go second-hand.

This is why we’ve made a quick compilation of everything that you can find for a considerably reduced price out there right now. It turns out that you can actually find pretty good deals if you look hard enough.

Hopefully this list will make you discover new gems, or maybe even give you the opportunity to buy that game you’ve wanted to buy for months but your wallet wouldn’t let you.


Need for Speed Most Wanted – £6.99

Need for Speed is a well-known racing franchise by now, and this relatively recent title (only came out in 2012) has a staggering 84% discount on the PS Store.

For just under 7 pounds you can get this brilliant sequel to the 2005 classic, centred on street racing and avoiding the police in the process. Feel like being a badass? Here’s Need for Speed Most Wanted.

Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones
– £5.79

If you’re craving some 2D stealth action, you definitely should consider getting your hands on the bizarre Stealth Inc 2.

Dodging guards and barking dogs, avoiding traps and hacking computer terminals is just you’re your bread and butter here.
Click here if you’re interested in having it at half price.

Additionally, if you currently enjoy a PS+ subscription, I’ve got good news for you, my friend. You’re getting a 10% extra discount!

Skullgirls 2nd Encore – £7.99

Personally, the main reason I keep coming back to this game over and over is its superb mix of electronic & jazz soundtrack.

However, if that doesn’t sound appealing enough, what about a great fighting game with a brilliant hand-drawn art style?

You can find Skullgirls on the PS Store as one of the best deals of the week. If you like the fighting games of yore, forget your Tekkens and your Street Fighters. Skullgirls is the way to go.

Super Time Force Ultra – £5.79

This light-hearted and nonsensical shooter uses time travel to add an interesting twist to the 2D shooter genre.

You’ll be using anything from Twitter to love to decimate your enemies in the strangest and most self-aware universe.

You can find Super Time Force Ultra on the PS Store for under half the price.

SteamWorld Dig
– £3.29

For under the price of a pint, you can enjoy many more hours of steampunk western platforming. This is one of the many cross-buy titles, so if you have a PS4, you get two for one!

The weird aesthetics goes great with a gameplay in which you have to dig out, collect, and manage resources wisely. We played this game on the 3DS and we loved it; I’m sure you’ll like it too.

Knock-Knock – £3.29

Knock-Knock is a hand-drawn graphic adventure that takes place in a dark spooky cabin.

This psychological horror thriller sees the last member of the Lodger family walk around in their bed gown and a candle, solving puzzles and being terrorised by zombies.

If you have a resilient bladder for horror, check out Knock-Knock for under half the original price.

Nintendo 3DS

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival
– £14.99

I’m sure you’ve heard of Yu-Gi-Oh! in the past: it’s a Japanese TV show based on a trading card game with the same name.

Zexal World Duel Carnival
puts you in the shoes of the protagonist of the show (with the same name too) in a series of card battles.

Argos has a great deal going on at the moment. If trading card games are your thing, make sure to check it out.

Super Smash Bros. – £25.99

What can I say about Super Smash Bros? You probably know all I’ve got to say – your favourite Nintendo characters, beating the crap out of each other –, everybody loves Super Smash Bros, particularly the latest entry of the series, which is also compatible with the Wii U version.

If you’ve lived under a rock for the past 10 years, you can always read our glowing review to catch up with the rest of the world. I’m sure it’ll convince you to buy this game as soon as possible.

Lego: The Hobbit – £7.50

Lego: The Hobbit takes all the mechanics that we know and love from the Lego games and sets it in the universe of The Lord of the Rings. Or rather, in the universe that Peter Jackson set up when making the films.

In this game, you can play as any of the dozens of characters included in your roster, some of them being Gandalf, any of the dwarf company, Legolas, and of course, Bilbo.

There’s a pretty good deal going on at the moment, so make sure you get it before they run out of stock.


Tiny Rogue – £0.79

Tiny Rogue puts you in the shoes of a – you guessed – tiny knight dungeon-crawling his way to death. This turn-based rogue-like is very unforgiving and fast-paced, with each game only lasting a few minutes.

If you’ve played a rogue-like before, you pretty much know the deal – looting will grant you tools and abilities to overcome any challenge ahead, but what you choose to equip yourself with will make all the difference in each battle, so choose wisely.

If this sounds like your cup of team, you can have a gander at our review, or make the leap and purchase this game on the store.

Halo: Spartan Assault – £2.29

For under half of the original price, you can get one of the spin-off titles of the iconic Halo franchise. Halo: Spartan Assault is a top-down shooter where you control a Spartan, an elite space soldier, in their fight against aliens.

This one is PG-approved, turns Microsoft’s staple franchise into an arcade shooter. Click here for the App Store page, and get hold of it.

Farming Simulator 2014 – Free (iOS & Android)

Are you a fan of simulator games? Have you always wanted to be a famer? If harvesting wheat is your kind of thing, then check out Farming Simulator 2014, which is now free forever.

If you’re not sure if tractors are up your alley, check out our review and make your mind – it’s free anyway, you might as well give it a go.

This War of Mine – £2.29 (iOSAndroid)

We love This War of Mine at Pocket Gamer, and this if our word is not enough to convince you, we hope this dirt-cheap price will.

This War of Mine is a heart-breaking story taking place during the siege of Sarajevo.

It attempts to portray the civilian experience during a war, instead of the aggrandised heroic battles and soldiers, and to do so, it puts you in the middle of a city in starvation.


Anomaly series – £0.79 each (Graphic Novel, Korea, Warzone Earth)

The Anomaly series has traditionally consisted of a series of stages in which you attack a base set in ‘tower defence’ mode. This is what Korea and Warzone Earth offer, and it’s a great strategy game set in cyberpunk futurist utopia.

Pocket Gamer is very much in love with these two games, having given Warzone Earth a perfect score!

Make sure you check them out! You can also buy, for the same price, the graphic novel that comprises the lore included in these two games.

Braveland – £0.69

Braveland takes you to a classic medieval fantasy with turn-based combat taking place in a hexagonal grid.

This fun and cartoony skirmishes see wolves, hunters, golems and knights fight each other like it’s nobody’s business.

You can find Braveland at a ridiculously cheap price here, or alternatively, read our review here.

Call of Duty – £1.59 each (Zombies & Strike Team)

If you enjoyed mowing down Nazi zombies in CoD: World at War, you might want to check out the Black Ops mobile spin-off.

It features both zombie modes: the original, in first-person, and the arcade top-down shooter that came as a hidden Easter egg in the console game. Have a look at our review of the game!

Strike Team is another CoD spin-off title with an XCOM-meets-CoD approach to gameplay. Merging both top-down strategy and first-person shooting, Strike Team is a great deal with over a 70% discount. We wrote up a review a while ago, check it out!

Genera Games releases new version of Star Trek with Wrath of Gems

Previous versions of the title have seen players able to battle against each other in an array of weekly tournaments, but Genera Games have brought an entirely new spin to the title with the release of Wrath of Gems.

The update brings with it the introduction of a completely new feature, Alliances, which allows players to challenge their opponents across the globe by creating their own alliances.

This new social aspect brings with it a whole new strategic layer. If players find themselves the leader of their alliance, they must strive to find worth players based on their crew and fleet to join forces against foes. Building the most powerful crew and thus reaping the best rewards is tantamount to this update.

If that wasn’t enough, players can seek revenge on those who have previously defeated them, or track down the ranking of another alliance, challenging them to a battle.

The title allows players to interact with their favourite Star Trek characters, ships and races from both The Original Series and The Next Generation. With a selection of special packs and collectables, players must aim to evolve both their crew and fleet of starships to succeed.