atch the intro video to see a cartoon cat strolling through the Nevada Desert styled as the infamous gonzo journalist Hunter S Thompson from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. A couple of seconds later, the cat appears in Sin City, strolling along past dazzling casino lights while a voiceover details the features of Cat In Vegas.
Playtech is the igaming developer behind Cat in Vegas, adding pedigree to complement what is quite a viable theme. From the immaculately rendered 3D intro video to the crisp design of the slot itself, the visuals are impressive throughout. Playtech has combined the story-driven symbols with playing cards to expand the possible combinations.
Five reels and three rows allow for 15 symbols to appear after each spin. An appealing design feature is that the 20 payline are not fixed, permitting players to adjust the current active paylines. As a result, it is easy to retain tight control over wagering and stay within comfortable limits.
Wheel of Luck receives top billing among the special features. All it takes to unlock the Wheel of Luck bonus round is to land just one of these symbols anywhere in sight. The cat will then spin the wheel, which will stop on a multiplier. He will continue to spin the wheel to land on additional multipliers. The round ends when you land on a multiplier for a second time.
Vegas Slots Bonus will initiate when three of these symbols land simultaneously on the first, third, and fifth reels. The cat will then play four slot machines, unlocking yet more multipliers. Light up all four lights and you will unlock a progressive jackpot win. Free spins can also be unlocked playing Cat In Vegas, which is now available at William Hill Casino.