No Worries Pokie Is Popular At Australian Online Casinos
Online casino players of different demographics like pokies with different themes. Online pokies with themes of beaches, sports and the ocean are popular in Australia. But the ideal pokie that not only uses Australian icons as symbols, but also reflects the Australian character, is No Worries from Microgaming.
The main symbols on the reels are native Australian fauna that include wallaby, koala bear, platypus, wombat, kookaburra and the Tasmanian Devil. Surprisingly, the kangaroo is missing. To add interest to the online pokie these animals crafted in a comical and nonchalant style. For example the wallaby lies drunk in a hammock and the wombat is in a bath tub. If the graphics are funny, the win animation will have you rolling with laughter. The low paying symbols are the usual playing card icons designed in Aborigine style. The No Worries logo is the wild symbol.
The boomerang is another Australian icon. Five boomerang symbols award from 12 to 25 free spins, depending on which pattern you choose on the boomerang. You starting with a 2x multiplier, but this can increase up to 8x. After the free spins are completed you can choose from one of three options. You can collect your winnings, or play the free spins again or take a mystery prize instead. No Worries also features the Microgaming gamble game.
The popularity of the No Worries video pokie at Australian online casinos led to Microgaming releasing it in a multi-player format. 30 players can wager on the multi -player pokie at the same time in a virtual room. There are different rooms for players who want to wager different stakes. In the beginning each player wagers individually and can see only his screen. You earn points depending on how much you wager. You are ranked on a leader board according to your points tally. The multi-player aspect of the game is triggered randomly and is called the Aussie Windmill Pump bonus round. All players are taken to a common second screen on which an 18-segment wheel is displayed. There are five different Australian animals on the wheel and each animal represents a percentage of the jackpot amount ranging from 10% to 100%. The spinning of the wheel determines the portion of the jackpot that will be disbursed. The top ten players on the leader board at that time will share the jackpot according to their position.
Both versions of No worries are live at Australian online casinos like Casino Mate, Royal Vegas and Ruby Fortune.
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