Aloha King Elvis Slot Review
Picture this. It was the summer of 1973. Elvis, the King of Rock and Roll, gave the first concert by a solo artist to be broadcast around the world. It was entitled “Aloha from Hawaii”. The King’s success epitomized the American Dream.
Aloha is the Hawaiian word for love, affection, peace, compassion and mercy. It is the essence of mutual understanding and respect.
Aloha King Elvis by BGAMING rings with summer, fruit, music, cocktails, half-naked women, beaches, sunsets, relaxation, crashing waves, dancing, playing and winning. Kiss that frog and find your Prince. Shake those cocktails. The game is on.
Collecting a certain number of coins on the reels in one spin can activate the Coin Respin Feature. The Coin Respin Feature is an additional feature where only coin symbols will be in play. The aim is to fill all the rows with coins. You will be given 3 respins to do this in, with extra respins being added for each coin that lands. This, in turn, will take you to the Mini Jackpot, the Major Jackpot and the Mega Jackpot.
This new Aloha King Elvis slot has a 95% RTP, 5 reels, a medium to high volatility, and some of the hottest bonuses around.
Elvis is in Hawaii, and your favourite frog of rock is back. The bonus symbols are coconuts, and the scatters will get you an event invitation to a Special Guest Party or Elvis Frog’s VIP Party.
The Special Guest Party is a set of 5 free spins where reels 2, 3 and 4 turn into a giant special symbol, giving you 3 reels to make combinations with. The VIP Party offers 8 free spins. Whichever party you choose to attend, Elvis Frog will be there to greet you. Both parties are great wins and will have you smiling all the way to the bank.
Game play symbols range from Elvis Frog’s lady, a pink minibus, acoustic guitar, bongo drums, and the royal cards. A tropical cocktail brings us the Scatter, and the Wild is Elvis Frog himself.
A surprise at every turn. Spin and chill all summer long.
Maximum win of up to €300,000.
Elvis fans, Aloha! The American dream is within your reach. “Paradise, Hawaiian Style” was Elvis’ third and last movie. There was a lot of Hawaii in Elvis.