Las Vegas has lost some of it’s allure now that it has been taken over by a horde of rampaging zombies, but one thing is still for certain. Your chances of winning are just as high as ever. The only difference now is whether you join the recently deceased or the rugged survivors in this post-apocalyptic online slot.
Choose your side
Join the mindless horde in their insatiable search for brains, flesh and wins, or follow the golden rule of “every man for himself” as a lone human survivor looking out for number one. Regardless of your choice, when you play Lost Vegas, you can switch between Survivor and Zombie modes as often as you wish. Unlike the unfortunate victims of this zombie outbreak of course. In Lost Vegas you’ll transition between both gory and familiar settings of the Las Vegas strip that has doubtless seen better days.
Blood, Bones and Bonus Features
The first two bonus features present in Lost Vegas can be triggered at any time during the main game. You’ll be awarded cash prizes with the Blackout Bonus which uses Night Vision to scan the reels for zombies or survivors, awarding you as a player for whatever it finds. Then there’s the Zombie Fist of Cash, which, much like you’d expect from the undead menace, will unexpectedly punch out onto your screen at random to deliver you a shocking undead cash prize!
There are two ways to trigger the Free Spins feature in Lost Vegas. You’ll either need to get three scatter symbols in the main game or just one in the Blackout Bonus feature. As added encouragement to experience the game as both a struggling survivor and a soulless shuffling zombie, the Free Spins feature will be triggered in different ways during the different modes. Make sure you try both and see which one you prefer.
With 243 ways to win in this Nevada Wasteland, you’d forgiven for finding the end of the world to be this much fun. Remember, true survivors always keep a lookout. You’ll be able to spot Lost Vegas among our online slots at Red Flush Canadian Casino, along with all of our other fantastic games. The only question that remains is – are you brave enough to dice with the undead and win?