Minty Fresh: Three Of The Newest Of The New Online Slots In New Jersey

Posted By Matt Perry on November 15, 2016 - Last Updated on March 9, 2017

The landscape of legal online slots in New Jersey has never been brighter, with the Garden State boasting the widest selection of legal online slots in the US.

Here are a few of the latest additions to the ever-growing arsenal of NJ online slots that you can try out at some of the best online casinos in New Jersey.


A NJ online slot that shreds

Online slots rock! You may not be playing blackjack or roulette, but you can still chase the ace of spades with this heavy metal game from NetEnt.

It’s a 76-payline slot with the option of playing along to the wailing sound of a metal guitar solo and a set of unusual-looking reels before a background of stacks of Marshall amps.

The Mystery Reel feature can trigger at any time, turning one or more reels into mystery reels. Once the reels have stopped, the mystery reels will turn into one random symbol.

This joins the Bomber feature in being activated at random; this creates 10 or more mystery symbols across all five reels.

Last but not least, three scatter symbols on the third, fourth and fifth reels will activate a set of 10 free spins full of mystery symbols and wilds.

Find it at Golden Nugget and Resorts in New Jersey.

The rockin’ stats

  • Mystery Reel feature
  • Free spins
  • Bomber feature

Quick look

  • Music will appeal to heavy metal fans
  • Available at Golden Nugget
  • Not your everyday reels

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A Dragon’s Story

Are you brave enough to face the beast?

A Dragons Story online slotUsually in the story of knight in shining armour versus fire-breathing dragon, we’re rooting for the knight. However, when the dragon in this case is just trying to protect his gold from a mean old knight, we’re a little more sympathetic.

Ruff the dragon watches as you spin the reels on this great 25-payline game from NextGen, packed full of bonus features and boasting a Superbet option that can pay dividends.

The Superbet will increase your bet by 50 or 100 percent but in exchange, five little dragons will lurk below the reels and increase payline wins.

After any winning spin, Sir William the knight may try to sneak into Ruff’s lair and make off with his treasure. Send him away with a bout of flames and you’ll collect the treasure he’s holding in in the form of an instant win prize!

In addition, you can win a set of free games with all prizes doubled by landing three scatter symbols on the reels. You don’t have to go back in time to slay this dragon – you just have to go to Resorts.

The fire-breathing stats

  • Free games
  • Brave Sir William Bonus
  • Superbet option

Quick look

  • NextGen game
  • Tons of bonus features
  • Instant win prizes

More Hearts

More than a hill of beanstalks

Fi, fie, fo, fum, we smell a great NextGen slot packed with bonus features and the chance to win huge prizes!

This 25-payline game based on the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk could net you much more than a handful of magic beans thanks to a pair of great bonus features.

The Upwild feature is triggered whenever you land the magic beans symbol on reels two, three and four, granting you three free spins. A beanstalk will begin to sprout from the bottom of the reels with each spin, turning each symbol it covers into a wild.

The Golden Egg bonus starts whenever you manage to land three golden egg scatter symbols on the reels.

You’ll have to select three geese, who will be sitting on a nest of instant win prizes. If you manage to find the goose with the golden egg, you’ll win a huge 2,500x your bet!

Ready to scale the beanstalk? Then make your way to Golden Nugget.

The stalky stats

  • Upwild bonus
  • Golden Egg bonus
  • Free games

Quick look

  • Available at Golden Nugget
  • Based on a classic theme
  • Chance to win big
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Matt Perry has been a longtime editor, copywriter, content manager, and reporter in the US online poker and the legal NJ online gambling industry. He writes for numerous publications, having covered the industry since 2007.

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