May 18th 2007
The only thing that Boss media cares about is keeping their players happy. One of the ways they do that is by offering great payouts. Their payouts are usually bigger than the competition's.
The slot games that Boss Media offers have nothing special about them. The offer is not too diverse either. They do not have a lot of multi-line games to offer and all their 3-reel single pay line games tend to be very similar. You will find at least one such game when playing in a casino that uses Boss Media software, and most of the times that will be the only 3-reel single pay line the casino offers.
What they lack in game variety they more than make up in reliability. You will quickly receive your payouts when playing in a casino that uses Boss Media software and you will rarely have any problems. But if you do run into a problem they have a great customer service.
One slots game that Boss Media offers is quite unique. "Killer Whale" is a 5-reel, single pay line game that offers a hold option and a maximum win of 10,000 coins. It is quite fun to play and the payout is fantastic.
The progressive tiered slots that Boss Media offers are equally interesting. You have the chance of winning a "quarter jackpot" if you bet quarters. But if you bet full dollars you may win the "dollar jackpot". So regardless of your bankroll you still have a good chance of getting a nice payout.
Another interesting slots game that Boss Media provides is "4 Reels Drive". This is a 4-reel, 5 coin game that offers a 10,000 coins jackpot. The best part about it that the reels stop randomly. Also there are no annoying sounds when the reels stop. This is a very fun and exciting slots game to play.
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