Bridezilla Slot Review
Weddings are a joyous but nervous occasion and this great slot game from Microgaming is based on the big day itself. Thankfully you can play it without having to endure all those weeks of manic preparation that are involved with planning a wedding.
This is a five reel game with 243 ways to get a winning combination. The minimum stake here is £0.30 and the highest £6. Not a game for the high rollers then but enjoyable all the same and the top prize is 400x your total bet.
The graphics in this game really do put a smile on your face. They might also bring back a few memories of your own wedding day or scare you stupid if planning your upcoming nuptials. I particularly love the symbol that shows the nervous bridegroom, probably scared his soon to be wife doesn’t turn up or anxious that she might.
The happy couple can be seen at the altar looking very much in love. Other symbols in the game include a car heading off from the reception, a wedding cake (they always look so big and the portion you end up with is so tiny), a rather imposing church, the bride’s bouquet that some woman will try to catch while diving like a slip fielder at Lord’s, a pair of bells and the gorgeous looking bride. There’s also the ten to Ace playing cards which is a bit of a shame because it’d have been good to see at least a couple more wedding-related symbols like a vicar and the bride and bridegroom’s parents perhaps?
The bride is the wild in this game and can substitute for other symbols in the game apart from the bells, which are the scatter symbol in ‘Bridezilla.’ There’s some great animation with the bride who does a wink and then blows a kiss with lots of hearts coming out. Hopefully she’s winking and blowing a kiss to the bridegroom or this could be a very short marriage.
This isn’t the most complex of games but a look through the paytable is advisable. That way you’ll find out the 243 different ways to get a win and an explanation of the feature round. A few free plays will help you too. There’s also an autoplay feature that can give you up to 150 automated spins.
If you can get at least three of the bell scatter symbols then this gets you into the Bridezilla feature. Three get you 10 free spins, four award you 15 and five see you ending up with 20 free spins with which to try and get some wins. Not that getting a winning combination is the most vital task in the feature round.
We can see the ‘happy’ couple above the reels during the Bridezilla feature round and they’re a sight to behold. Each time you don’t get a win the bride turns a funny colour and her husband wonders if it’s too late to get an annulment. Bridezilla’s rage affects each of the high-paying symbols that can be seen on the reels and awards you a prize. If Bridezilla rages on the wedding car and bouquet you get 1x your triggering bet, that’s doubled if it’s the wedding cake that’s raged on. The nervous groom gets you another free spin and the church awards you a 1x multiplier for each of the high symbols visible on screen.
This is a really enjoyable game to play just like most releases from Microgaming. The graphics are great and the feature round is great fun to play and profitable too.