Top Casino Games for Your Tablet

Tablets are versatile technological devices that can be used for a vast number of purposes. While some of these purposes would include applications for work, many tablets users also use their device for entertainment. In fact, tablets have become widely used by gamers as they are compact and portable. Online casino games can be accessed by these devices. However, in order for the games to work well with the special features offered by tablets, most online casinos provide special games that have been tweaked to take full advantage of the tablet’s features.

Slot machines are fun to play on a tablet given the touchscreen controls. One top slot machine game for tablet devices is Mega Moolah. This casino game is perhaps the one of the most played progressive slot machine on tablets right now. Using an attractive jungle safari theme, Mega Moolah is comprised of five reels. What sets Mega Moolah apart from some other progressive slot machine games is that in order to qualify for the progressive jackpot, players do not have to wager the maximum bet each time. This has helped to catapult the game to success with tablet users.

The symbols in this game feature various African animals and safari symbols. One can find monkeys, elephants, giraffes, zebras, water buffalos and antelope on the reels. The game does have an automated spin functions that permits users to continue playing using the same number of coins each spin. For some on the go tablet users, this setting is preferred. The game, which can be found at, also offers a free spin bonus feature. Players can win as many as 15 free spins during these special rounds. In some situations, more free spins can be awarded while in free spin mode. It all depends on what game symbols the reels land on during the free spins.

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About the author, Oussama Afellad

I'm an 18 years old web and graphic designer. I was born in a nice city in the north of Morocco, called Tangier; The gate between Africa and Europe! My journey to get here has involved a lot of personal projects, designing and optimising clients' websites etc... As for now, I work as a freelancer, I spend my time developing a number of my clients' websites and creating templates and graphics to sell them on the envato marketplaces.

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