The Gee Gees
The Gee Gees Overview
the Gee Gees slots game can be found at Microgaming casinos. Microgaming as a standard do not publish the slots house edge information of their games. However they lease their slots games out to casinos using other software; some of which do publish this information. So far we’ve only found one casino-Bet Victor-that has published this information for the Gee Gees and they list the house edge as 3%. When playing at any other venue; this information should be used as a guideline only as the game may be configurable.
the Gee Gees is not a standard slots machine and is known as an ‘Amusements with Payouts’ game. This means that the chances of winning are not equal on every spin and are instead determined by not only the amount that you have lost; but the amount that has been lost by all player since the last time you played. This does leave opertunity for smart players to determine signals that the game will payout in the near future; however this takes a great degree of skill and is made far more difficult by the online nature of this game (compared to their offline counterparts).
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this game is a 3 reel game with one payline and you can bet one coin on the payline.
There is no wild symbol when playing the Gee Gees.
There are three bonus features when playing the Gee Gees. The first bonus feature is activated randomly and awards the player a random number of Nudges. For those of you not familiar with pub slot machines; a Nudge allows the player to shift one reel one position down. You can also be awarded a Nudge Bank; which allows you to hold some Nudges over to the next spin; Nudge Repeats; which give you the same number of Nudges again and Nudge Gambles; which allows you to gamble a Nudge to try and win more.
the second bonus feature is also activated randomly and allows the player to select any number of reels to hold in position while the other reels are respun.
the third bonus feature is activated when a winning combination occurs on the payline or symbols with numbers that add up to more than 7 appear on the payline. When either of these things happen; you will be taken to a new screen showing a disco and a square Monopoly like board. Each time you spin you move round the board and can be awarded a cash prize; a random number of Nudges or a special feature most of which are played out on the main reels. If you land on a ‘?’ you stood the chance of losing all the prizes you’ve collected so far.
surely one of the most entertaining 3 reel games we’ve encountered and with a highly competitive house edge!
The Gee Gees REVIEWS BY PLAYERS
The Gee Gees is a good game but if you play it for a longer time without stopping, lets say an hour or more it becomes pretty boring.
- Long time to waiting for the 15 free spins feature.
When spinning for the Extra bet during my spins, I find that hitting 2 scattered Coffee coin symbols literally gives out 1 Free spin at 3x....it`s annoying to see this whenever I land at least 2 of these scatters. Every time 1 Free spin that hits or misses then tells me what I won. If I didn`t win anything then it would be a method of taunting or a way of persistent annoyance! Although this would be 3rd in rank based on my definition of annoying! I just find this useless to bring up but I guess a chance can be considered neutral here for this 1 Free spin at 3x.
Boring game. Free spins pay low, all symbols pay low. You of course will get good payout for 5 wilds or 5 scatters, but chances is bad. Everything else is pay slow, and game just sucks money. You need jackpot here, or bust.
I could not say what I did not like with Georgie Porgie, because I like everything.
The thing I don’t like in this game is that it can eat up a lot of balance without producing some big win. From my overall experience I think the RTP of the game is really low. Sometimes you can end up with 1 win of 2-3 x bet in 10 spins and just watch your balance sink. It would be nice to add some bonus feature like wild respins or free spins. I think that then a lot more people would play this game.
Creating clones of existing games is a trick that Microgaminglike to do all the time and I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing, potentially bringing a game to a wider audience as some people choose which slot to play based entirely on the games theme. That said I do hope this isn't a sign of things to come - Yggdrasil are one of the most innovative game creators to spring up in a long time and I'd hate to see that creative genius disappearing in favour of an endless stream of clones.
Very few wins worth having, the expanded wilds then giving nothing is infuriating!Obviously why sign up free spins are often for this game... pretty risk free for casino!
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