A spin-off from the popular progressive pokie Mega Moolah, Mega Moolah Summertime is a 2008 game that offers some basic aesthetics wrapped up with a few big surprises. Available on Jackpot City, how does this pokie match-up to the original, world famous Mega Moolah?
Mega Moolah Summertime highlights all of the glories of summer, from juicy watermelons and strawberries, to beach holidays and more. The highest paying symbols tend to have more of a financial edge, including gold bars, poker chips and diamonds. The graphics are basic, a step-down even from the original Mega Moolah, but that doesn’t seem to bother the people who play and adore this pokie.
You can bet for as little as $0.01, setting the value of coins that you play with. There are only 9 paylines, but the amount you stake will determine which progressive jackpot you aim for. All players will qualify for at least one of them and there are four in total.
There are no bonus rounds on Mega Moolah Summertime, but there are scatter symbols which unlock instant wins. The progressive jackpots are the main lure here, and if you qualify and win the biggest one, known as the Mega Jackpot, then you can pickup an average of $5 million. The smallest one, known as the Mini Jackpot, is much less than this, often just $10 or so, so make sure you know which jackpot you qualify for.
Mega Moolah Summertime is a clone of Mega Moolah, but as everything has been copied across, including the sizeable jackpots, that’s not a bad thing. If you loved the original game then you will love this one as well, because the only thing that has changed is the aesthetic.