Safari Sam 3D Slot Review

January 5th, 2017

We know it may be quite difficult – or almost impossible – to make it to Africa on a safari adventure. But don’t you worry! That’s why there are games available only with the high quality of the 3D graphics and beautiful animations of a title like Safari Sam.


Of course, this game can be played at your favorite Superior Casino and you’ll get to experience the full African wildlife in full effect. The symbols you’ll find on the 5 reels and 30 paylines of Safari Sam include monkeys, zebras, gorillas, jeeps, Bilbao trees, lions, and many more. You’ll get lost in the super graphic effects and the truly entertaining main theme of this fun and free online slot. But perhaps the most amazing feature of this game is the many winning chances that occur.

First off, you need to choose your coin denominations from 0.02 to 1 coin per bet, with a maximum of 5 coins per payline. You can place your wagers on all 30 paylines, which adds to a total of $0.02 to $75 per bet. Wilds, multipliers, scatters, and free spins are all available in Safari Sam.

Land 3 identical stacks of coins and the entire reel will collapse and pay out 25 coins. The empty space on the reel will be filled with more coins that can create even more winning combinations. The scatter Bilbao tree will pay anywhere from 450, 750, or 1,500 coins when you land 3, 4, or 5 of this symbol respectively.

There are plenty more winning opportunities when you spin the reels of the amazing 3D online slot Safari Sam! So take your chances today and go out for a spin the exciting wild!

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Sushi Bar 3D Slot Review

December 27th, 2016

Did you know that there are 5 basic types of sushi? Nigari, sashimi, maki, uramaki and temaki. And now you have access to all these types plus an additional one: the winning sushi! This is available to you the minute you hit the spin button of the ultra-popular 3D online slot machine Sushi Bar.


Play Sushi Bar at Superior Casino and you’ll be opening the doors to a world of 5 reels and 25 paylines full of flavor and wins. Japan is at your fingertips when you spin with as little as 0.02 and up to 0.50 with symbols such as dishes of sushi and rice, jasmine tea, a cutting board and cleaver, soy sauce and a delicately painted fan. You’ll even see the high card symbols but dressed up as different servings of fish.

The top jackpot in Sushi Bar is 10,000 coins, which translates to a whopping $5000. The wild soy sauce bottle stands for any regular symbol to create delicious winning combinations. The scatter fan symbol will grant you not only up to 250 credits, but also 8 free spins, 12 free spins or 20 free spins respectively. Winning that occur during the free spins are doubled. And while Sushi Bar does not have the usual bonus features or Double Up games, you will still win handsomely if you dare to try your Sushi all-you-can eat luck.

Sushi Bar is a more classic online slot game, but still has the crisp and clear3D graphics and excellent background music and sound effects that will take you to a world of sushi, fun times and huge Superior Casino winning times.

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Interesting and Fun Facts about Gambling!

December 26th, 2008

There are many things you probably don’t know about casino games and their origin. This Holiday Season, Superior Casino has collected some of the most interesting and fun facts about gambling.  

Did you know? 

  • Annually Las Vegas receives around 37 million visitors. 
  • Las Vegas has 1 slot machine for every 8 of its inhabitants.  
  • Las Vegas became officially a city in 1911 and its name comes from the Spanish: “The Meadows” or “Abundance” 
  • The suits in a standard deck of playing cards represent ancient kingdoms and regions in human history. The Spades represents Middle East, the Clubs represent Ancient Greece, the Diamonds represent the Roman Empire and finally, the Hearts represent the Holy Roman Empire.  
  • The typical playing cards as we know them today got their final shape and design from 15th century France. 
  • In the 15th century, Europeans began to use the face cards (J,Q,K) to represent famous figures in history. The king of Spades is supposed to represent David, king of the kingdom of Israel. King of Hearts represents Charlemagne or Charles the Great, the famous king of the Franks in the 8th century A.C. King of Diamond portrays Julius Caesar. Finally, the king of Clubs is inspired by Alexander the Great, the legendary king of Macedon. The Queens and Jacks of the deck also represent historical or mythological figures. The Jack of Diamonds, for example, represents Homer’s Hector. The Queen of Spades represents Pallas, the Greek Goddess.
  • The very first slot machine to appear was developed by Charles Fey and was called “The Liberty Bell”.

We hope you’ve enjoyed these interesting facts about gambling. May you all have a lucky and prosperous New Year.

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New Game: Secret Garden

May 1st, 2008


Lots of people who own a home have a garden. But it’s likely you’ve never found one quite as fertile as the “Secret Garden” that’s available at Superior Casino.

The brand new 20-line, five-reel video slot game with a lush, green ambiance, designed and powered by Rival Gaming, offers the player quite a few ways to win. For example, play one to ten coins and hit five squirrels in a payline to get a 350-unit return. That’s hardly “nuts.” Or if you really want to get lucky, hit five “rose” icons and we can guarantee pocket 500 units, which isn’t being too flowery in the least (all wins multiplied by coins staked per line).

And we’re saving the best for last. Be on the lookout for the “Scatter” icons, which can help your bankroll “grow” in ways you may have never thought possible. Scoring three Scatters on any one spin will produce 20 free spins. Four Scatters return 30 free spins; get five on the board and receive 50 free spins (all with a 2x multiplier). That’s a great way to bring your play to a new level. And as if you needed any further proof that this game is not “for the birds,” they’re wild – get five of them in a line and you’re staring a 5000-unit payoff in the face.

But even that doesn’t compare with the rewards that are in store when you pull up three or more “Master Key” icons in one spin, which puts you right into the “Explore the Secret” bonus round, where you can win as much as you can collect. That’s what we call a big potential harvest!

So maneuver that mouse with your “green thumb” and get ready to water those plants and bring them to life – you’ll know what we mean when you get into the game!

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April 30th, 2008

By Charles Jay

Over the years, slot machines have come to be known as a universal symbol for gambling; Most members of the general public only have to take one look at the machine itself and they will invariably identify it with the pastime. Indeed, the “one-armed bandit” has become a part of Americana.

The machine, of course, represents a game that is not only one of the most popular with players but has also become a cultural phenomenon.

So how did the slot machine get its start?

You’d have to go back all the way to the 19th Century.

A company called Sittman and Pitt – located in Brooklyn, New York – developed a machine in 1891, containing five “drums” with fifty card faces. In a way, you could equate it with a five-card stud game, where ultimately the best poker hand won.

The new machines met with tremendous popularity in hospitality establishments around New York City, and prizes were given out to winners by the bar and restaurant owners themselves because no money was paid directly out of the machine. Although it laid the groundwork for the development of the slot machine, it really was more like the predecessor of the video poker machine.

The slot machine, in the general way we are familiar with it, had its origin in the city of San Francisco, courtesy of Charles Fey, a mechanic who developed it in his humble shop. The San Francisco Chronicle documented a demonstration Fey made for this new machine in 1887, but exact reports are a little sketchy.

He used the term “slot machine” to describe the device, a designation which confused some people, since that was also the word used for a vending machine – the type that dispensed cigarettes, for example. It wasn’t long, however, before there was no mistaking it at all.

Fey was the inventor of the original three-reel slot machine. Those reels had ten different symbols on them – spades, diamonds and hearts were derived from card decks; there were also horseshoes and bells. And on each of the reels there appeared a cracked Liberty Bell symbol. because this was so identifiable, the machine came to be known as the “Liberty Bell machine.”

It process was familiar – the player put a coin into it, pulled a handle, and the reels started to move. They would stop automatically, and would pay off three in a row on the center line. The big payoff was achieved when three Liberty Bells in a row were realized, at which point the player got 50 cents for the effort.

Of course, it’s a little different today, with multiple paylines and the evolution of different symbols and icons and – with the I-Slots that have become a staple at Superior Casino – characters and storylines. But it all had to begin somewhere.

We’ll have more information on the history of slots as we progress. For now, log on to Superior Casinoand enjoy the great casino game in its state of the art!

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