Tumbling Reels and Free Spins Make these Slots Popular

Posted on June 26, 2014

bgoThese slot machines have two, perhaps revolutionary, features that not only make them popular but could be the cause in a new renaissance, not in art but in the world of slot machines. When you play Da Vinci Diamonds slots you can’t help but notice that they seem different from any other slot and one of the reasons for this is that the reels don’t ‘spin’ in the traditional manner, instead the symbols on the reels, tumble into their positions. These tumbling reels seem to have become very popular and the possible reason for that is that with these tumbling reels comes a feature which allows winning symbols to explode and disappear from the reels. Because these winning symbols have vanished, new symbols have to take their place and they may well, also create a winning combination, a situation that could potentially, happen time and time again, affording the player several wins from just one ‘spin’.

The other thing that makes these slots so popular is the free spin bonus rounds. Now I know that bonus rounds featuring free spins is quite common and even the fact that these bonus rounds can be retriggered, is not particularly unique but what is perhaps rare, is for a slot machine to allow free spins to be added to free spins up to an amazing amount of 300 like these slots do. So their popularity is probably due to the fact that you can play up to 300 free spins with tumbling reels that allow for win after win from just one spin. The popularity of these slots is such that, even though they are based on the renaissance, they may themselves start a new renaissance, this time though, not in the art world but in the world of slots. If they do, it is perhaps only fitting that the great master pieces and their artists, that appear as symbols on the reels of these slots and were responsible for the first renaissance, would also find themselves present to personally witness the beginnings of a second renaissance period.

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