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    Resident Slot Machine

    From the well-known Russian developer Igrosoft comes the video slots game Resident, a WWII-themed video slots game sporting a slick ironclad look. It might look a bit drab at first glance, but the game’s simple yet well-designed interface and design, along with its rich background scenery and use of bright colours, gives it an eye-popping appearance.

    Overall, it stands out from the hordes of other video slots games you no doubt passed by before clicking upon this one. The design might be rather formulaic for Igrosoft, but the depth and richness of the gameplay in all of their offerings never fails to disappoint, as the large fan base they have can attest to.

    The big question is, how does Resident play when compared to its sleek appearance?

    Guns at the Ready

    Resident treads some familiar ground in that it draws from World War II for its theme, albeit in a highly sanitised and downplayed manner. The game doesn’t overtly cover any specific side of the conflict (including that of Russia’s), but the frequent use of gray in the palette as well as the industrial-type background give this game a distinct identity and feel of its own.

    Given Russia’s significant role in World War II, we would have anticipated a more pro-Russian stance in regards to the symbolism employed. Perhaps acknowledging the fact that such blatant nationalistic displays would turn foreign audiences off to the game, Igrosoft wisely kept the imagery more generic.

    The symbols feature a variety of military-related symbols like dog tags, medals, artillery cannons and gas masks. The bottom features a humorously drawn spy breaking into a safe and photographing various documents – we thought the cartoonish way in which it was drawn is quite funny. The menu is as clean and intuitive to use as ever – Igrosoft designs their games to be as idiot proof and user-friendly as possible and it shows.

    Unlocking Russian Riches

    Resident features a maximum bet size of 225 coins, with a total of nine paylines in play. Coin denominations cannot be adjusted, but Igrosoft ameliorates this inconvenience by allowing you to bet up to 25 coins per line. You get scatter and wild symbols (the former of which activates the bonus round), but no free spins.

    On the bottom, you can access the pay tables and help info, as well as vary the number of active paylines, spin the reels, and activate the auto-spinner. There is an option to double up, but that is only activated when you get a winning spin (documented further below).

    As is the case with most of Igrosoft’s games, there is no progressive jackpot. But that’s not an issue, because you get almost everything else, including a winnings multiplier! Resident gives you a maximum potential jackpot of 67,500 coins, with a minimum base jackpot of 5,000! As mentioned before, every winning spin lets you double up. But there’s a catch – if you lose, you don’t get anything. The game involved picking a facedown card and seeing if the value is higher than that of the dealer’s. This really cool form of risk-taking can be done any time you get a winning spin.

    Put it All on the ‘Line’

    The true bonus game is triggered when you get at least three bonus symbols on your active paylines. You are given the choice to select from a variety of containers, all but one containing a prize. If you pick wrong, the round ends. But if you get them all without opening the dud case, you move to a second bonus round where you are given a 50% chance to win even bigger prizes. Even if you lose the extra bonus round, you still get to walk away with what you have already won.

    For King and Country

    If you enjoy playing Igrosoft’s games then you know exactly what to expect when you play Resident , down to the distinctive art style, gameplay and bonus options/perks. The game isn’t really innovative as far as their normal offerings go, but it still offers the huge jackpots, solid gameplay, and cute animations that Igrosoft fans have come to love and appreciate.

    Resident offers something for everybody – the game can be played for a reasonable one unit of currency per spin, but hardcore gamblers and risk-takers will find plenty to keep their interest here as well. If you are looking for a great game of video slots to play, Resident will not disappoint.

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