We are back with a new game and deep diving into Uptown's: Mermaid Royale!

If you're looking for a new game to play that's overflowing with treasure, look no further than Mermaid Royale. This 25-payline, 5x3 slot is chock-full of unique features that will help you strike it rich.

The 3x1 Bonus Row is a real winner, as it boosts your potential for prizes. And special symbols like Expanding Wilds, Free Games, Re-Spins, and Oversized symbols keep the gameplay exciting.

Here's what to look forward to in Mermaid Royale:

Scatters: There are three scatters: the regular one with +3 Free Games symbol, the special scatter symbol with the +4 Free Games symbol, and Treasure Chest scatter.

Expanding Wild Feature: When a Wild appears in the Bonus Row, all positions below it on the reel in the main 5x3 gameboard transform into Wild symbols.

Free Games Feature: When triggered, each Regular Scatter awards 3 Free Games, and for each Special Scatter, you get 4 Free Games with a Random Booster.

Re-Spins Feature Trigger: When 3 Treasure Chest Scatters or a combination of Treasure Chests appear, and Wilds appear in three positions in the bonus row, 3 re-spins are awarded.

Random Boosters Trigger: Random Boosters are activated when one or more Special Scatters appear during the Free Games triggering spin.

So why not take a spin and dive into the alluring underwater world of the Mermaid Queens? You never know how much treasure you might find.

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There are many episodes worth mentioning when it comes to Christmas – or the holiday season – and TV shows. There's something for every taste, from Friends to The Office and even shows like Black Mirror or classics from the 80s. 

A super-funny Christmas episode that will forever reign in everyone’s hearts is Friends’ Christmas episode, where Ross dresses up as the Holiday Armadillo and tries to teach his son, Ben, about their Jewish heritage for Hanukkah.

Classic TV shows such as Cheers and its “Christmas Cheers” episode are perfect for adding to the mix. This episode from season 6 has all the gang together, forced to work on Christmas Eve and exchange gifts, but Sam forgets to get one for Rebecca. 

The magic of Christmas extends to shows you wouldn't suspect would celebrate it. Such is the case of Black Mirror’s "White Christmas.” In this episode from season 2, Jon Hamm tells three stories from a cabin on Christmas Day. The stories are not so “the most wonderful time of the year” like.

Continue your “Best Christmas episode binge-watching” tradition or start a new one this season and even look for ones from shows that perhaps you’ve never seen before. It’s the season to try it all!

 

There are many episodes worth mentioning when it comes to Christmas – or the holiday season – and TV shows. There's something for every taste, from Friends to The Office and even shows like Black Mirror or classics from the 80s. 

A super-funny Christmas episode that will forever reign in everyone’s hearts is Friends’ Christmas episode, where Ross dresses up as the Holiday Armadillo and tries to teach his son, Ben, about their Jewish heritage for Hanukkah.

Classic TV shows such as Cheers and its “Christmas Cheers” episode are perfect for adding to the mix. This episode from season 6 has all the gang together, forced to work on Christmas Eve and exchange gifts, but Sam forgets to get one for Rebecca. 

The magic of Christmas extends to shows you wouldn't suspect would celebrate it. Such is the case of Black Mirror’s "White Christmas.” In this episode from season 2, Jon Hamm tells three stories from a cabin on Christmas Day. The stories are not so “the most wonderful time of the year” like.

Continue your “Best Christmas episode binge-watching” tradition or start a new one this season and even look for ones from shows that perhaps you’ve never seen before. It’s the season to try it all!

 

The holidays spark wonderful emotions in us. It is the season of giving and we’re happy to give away as many chances for you to win. As lights sparkle around in the form of Xmas decorations, we want to bring even more light into our lives with our editor’s choice of the best 3 games from 2022!

The editor’s top games of the year are: Neon Wheel 7’sDivas of Darkness and Santa’s Reel Wheel. All three slots present unique features that have changed the way we play slots.

Light up your holidays playing these new 2022 slots that dazzle us with their bright reels and extra bonus features. Get 350 Added Free Spins and bring your bankroll to an all-time high before we enter 2023!

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Yes, there are a lot of Christmas-themed movies out there. Yes, many of these are considered classics. However, there are a handful of holiday films made in the 80’s and 90’s, which are considered, at least to a Xmas buff like myself, as the absolute best of the best.

Home Alone (Part I and 2): While these are two separate movies made in the early 1990’s, it’s impossible to pick a favorite. Well, maybe slightly, but the point is that these movies are, without a doubt, what is known as the crème de la crème of Christmas movies. Kevin and the rest of the McAllister gang plus the Sticky/Wet Bandits make these films not only super entertaining, but also timeless – considering that they are over 30 years old.

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation: Another oldie (1989), but goldie. How can you go wrong with Chevy Chase at the helm of a hilarious, clever and relatable holiday film all rolled into one? 

Scrooged: Director Richard Donner knew that a comedic take on the classic Charles Dickens’ story A Christmas Carol (1843) had to be done and none other than Bill Murray could play the part of cynical Frank Cross who is visited by three ghosts of past, present and future on the night of Christmas Eve to bring back to life his festive spirit.