Wednesday, 16 April 2014

888 Ladies: Millionaire Genie Review

I've dabbled with online games a few times in the past and on the odd occasion I've been lucky enough to win at some of them. Not big amounts, but the odd £20 here and there.

I was recently given the chance to review 888 Ladies Millionaire Genie Game.

I was credited with £5 to play this game. You can bet from as little as 1p up to 25p. To the left of the screen the Millionaire Genie hovers above the jackpot treasure chest. This game has 3D graphics and I didn't experience any slowness whilst playing the game on my laptop.
Once you've decided on how much you want to bet, you then need to decide how many games you want to play.

To start with I bet 5p and decided to play spin by spin just so I could get a feel of the game and understand how it worked. On my first go I won back 15p. Once I got to grips with the game I decided to play 10 games at once. The maximum number of games you can play at once is 75.

The most I won during any one game was 45p. So not a huge amount, which is why I decided to keep playing in the hope I would win a little more. Sadly I didn't, but I did have great fun playing this game.

To win, all you need to do is create matching combinations of symbols on any one of the 15 pay-lines.

Once you've clicked the 'Bet' button the game will begin and you'll see bags of gold, ancient books, emerald-eyed cobras, ornate keys and magic lamps spinning round on the reels.

There are two extra-special symbols in the game. The Genie and the girl in the pink scarf. The girl acts as the game's bonus symbol. If you find three or more of her you'll trigger the Genie's Palace bonus round. This means you have to make two wishes. One wish will decide your initial prize, and the other will determine the multiplier that comes along with it.

The scatter symbol, which is the Genie's close-up shot, means that if you find three or more of them anywhere on your reels, you'll win a series of free games.

At first I was a little confused about how you win the massive jackpot the Genie is sitting on, but it's actually quite simple to understand. It's award at random, so the more time you spend playing, the higher your chances are of winning.

Overall, I enjoyed playing this game. It did take me a bit of time to work out how to play it, but once I'd got to grips with it, it was really good fun!

Bingo fans can vote for Millionaire Genie or your own favourite game here.

Please gamble responsibly and only bet what you can afford.

This is a sponsored post. For the purpose of this post I was given a £5 credit to play this game. All opinions are my own.


  1. My £5 lasted about 7 minutes so not too long, but i did have a few good wins! Stick to online bingo I think! :)

  2. I made mine into quite a lot of money which was quite a shock! I could see myself playing the game again but it could get addictive!

  3. Oh dear not a great win, shame the money goes so fast, it's scary how easily it sucks you in to spending!

  4. Sorry you didn't win your fortune, sounds like you had fun though :)


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