Lock Up Big Paydays And Win With Female Warriors In The Newest NJ Online Slots

Written By Susan Brady on January 25, 2018 - Last Updated on January 29, 2018

NJ online casinos are rapidly bolstering their slot inventory this month.

In addition to their already impressive selections of classic online casino games and slots, you’ll find two new offerings: Renegades and Lock It Link It Night Life.

Let’s take a look at what these new slots have to offer…


Women Warriors Rule

This NextGen game features five strong female warriors — Raffaela Blaze, Harriet Hellstorm, Freya – Valkyrie of Valhalla, Valda Dragonslayer, Ivy Sabreclaw — as well as Mega Symbols. This feature is a variation on Stacked Symbols, but can be as large as three symbols high and three reels across, allowing for some massive wins.

Three or more Scatter symbols take you to the Free Spins Bonus Game, where you’ll have one of the renegades by your side to help conquer winning paylines.

The stats

  • Five reels / 243 paylines
  • Mega Symbols
  • Max Payout: $200,000

More info

Lock It Link Night Life

Live the High Life

Spend a luxurious night on the town with this new game from SG Interactive. Symbols include high-roller items like a yacht, sports car, gold coin (Wild) and more. Hit three Cityscape Scatters to trigger the bonus round where you can choose from a Free Spins game (six spins plus higher multiplier) or the Lock It feature.

This latter bonus provides you with three initial spins. If, during those three spins three or more hearts are adjacent, they become locked and the spin counter resets to three. Continue spinning and adding adjacent hearts that become locked. As each lock is added, existing locks jump up in value. Once you have exhausted your spins, all hearts on the board add up to create a prize.

The stats

  • Five reels / 50 paylines
  • Wild, Scatter, Free Spins Bonus Game
  • Max Payout: $200,000

More info

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Susan Brady covers travel, food, real estate, health, and the New Jersey online gambling industry in her role as a writer and editor. She was managing editor at the HealthNews website for PokerNews once upon a time.

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