Mr. Macau Slots

Today, the Chinese city of Macau is a gambling mecca. But you don't have to spend casino money on plane tickets and hotel fairs. Instead, thanks to slot game juggernaut, Betsoft, you can get your gambling fix and a taste of Macau with Mr. Macau Slots.

Breaking Down Mr. Macau

To say that Mr. Macau is interactive is an understatement. Throughout the game, the well-dressed Mr. Macau himself hangs out around the reels. And to help set the tone, Mr. Macau provides a vintage casino soundtrack.

So, how do you propose to handle those 20 pay lines? Why not try it out with Mr. Macau's prominent pay line system? Then, you can try to win the entire house by gambling on the 20 pay lines, a single pay line, or anything in between.

And to manage the coin buttons, Mr. Macau steps up by allowing you to place a wide range of glittering bets from nickels to high-dollar values. And don't forget that Mr. Macau lets you play the game via autoplay or manual mode.

Discover Mr. Macau's Paytable

Mr. Macau lines up the gaming wins with a resounding and rewarding pay system, but we begin with the premier glittering wild. This colorful symbol falls on the second, third, fourth, and fifth reels, with the power of one glittering wild means, double winning impact. But the glittering wild also becomes a sticky wild symbol.

The power of the number eight continues in Mr. Macau with the splendid double eight, which leads to nine credits. Also, Mr. Macau himself steps up with 3.60 credits for five of him on the pay line. The game chips, the dice, the red seven, and the classic cherry round out the rest of the Mr. Macau symbols. And for extra measure, Mr. Macau has the high-value playing cards, ace through nine.

Mr. Macau's Bonus Rounds

Remember that Mr. Macau spices up the gameplay with the terrific sticky wild symbols. And don't pass up the triple sevens, which punch your ticket into the free spins round. Instead, Mr. Macau begins the free spins round with ten free games with an assortment of sticky wilds to bolster your winning pleasure.

And during regular gameplay, if you don't win, Mr. Macau steps up with a random symbol serving as a random sticky wild to help you make up for lost spins.