Merkur Gaming has released a new slot machine for their operators, and it’s a very interesting 3-reel title, which features modern graphics and a story that a lot of people would be interested in. With its features and Voodoo themed symbols, it’s sure to be one of the more fun games that you can find in the classic category.
Indian Ruby, a Merkur slot, seems to draw inspiration from the passion that this country has for jewelry, and from the magnificent pieces that they own. The ruby is the star here, while in other icons you will find elements from the Indian culture, something that not a lot of slot machines have tried to offer so far.
A game of cops and robbers is available for you here, in Hide & Seek. This is a Merkur video slot, which has high volatility, and accordingly it can pay fairly well. Nicer graphics than in past slots which were offered by this developer, will insure that this is a Merkur game to remember.
Queen of Mars might require some suspension of disbelief on the player’s part, as a slot machine which takes us to the Red Planet and tells us the story of a kingdom that exists there. You do get some interesting symbols from the game, revolving around both medieval and science fiction like objects, so it looks like it’s worth exploring. It’s a slot that’s available via Merkur.
If you love stories with medieval knights and fire-breathing dragons, preferably with battles fought between the two sides, then you will love Dragon & Knights, the latest Merkur Gamings slot. It’s got a dark design, appropriate for the times, there are good guys and villains (knights vs a dragon), and the RTP is good enough that it’s not going to be a big pro or a con.
Merkur continues to release slot machines that are a bit on the simple side, and Silverbird is a perfect example of this. Even though you’re getting the promise of that silver bird for its main character, the fruit style icons will be the ones visible on the reels most of the time. The features do look a bit better than those you’d get from a regular fruit slot, and the RTP is high enough to give you a reason to want to check it out as well.
A beautiful, cartoon-style slot machine from Merkur, Guardians of the Monastery appears to have certain Asian roots which have a bit of martial arts thrown in as well. The Asian warriors which are guarding the monastery leave a good impression visually, and I have to say that the feature list doesn’t look too bad either. Keep reading to find out everything about the game.
Monkey Mayhem, the Merkur release, will allow players to get a little crazy, as it takes them to the middle of the jungle in a tree house and adds several other images to the reels which suggest that same connection.
One of the main forms of entertainment of Ancient Rome, the gladiator fights, are going to provide us the theatre that the title mentions in this case. Theatre of Rome is a Merkur release and a slot machine which delivers a theme that many consider interesting.
A classic story of a man turned beast is being told in this new Merkur release, called Night of the Werewolf. The game doesn’t excel in any particular area, but that doesn’t make it a bad choice, and the RTP is still on the high side.
The murder mystery genre gets another slot machine, in Coffee House Mystery, one of the releases coming from Merkur. The game doesn’t excel graphics wise, but when you look at its RTP and at some of the features offered inside, I think that you will want to check it out nonetheless.
Gold Beaver is one of Merkur Gaming’s slot machines, where the theme appears to revolve around a gold loving beaver, the main character that we’re shown being a saloon dancer in a Wild West setting. At the same time, the graphics revolve mostly around the place she works in, but also around huge potential riches.
Multi Fruits is a game that you’d be happy about if you were in the 80s or 90s, a fruit slot that has all the usual symbols on its reels, which have been used for about a century already. Clearly, Merkur didn’t show a lot of imagination with this new release of theirs, particularly for a 2018 game, but there must be demand for such simple titles, or developers wouldn’t be launching them.