Happily, it’s all just a slot game. And the nicest bit about the Invaders From Planet Moolah slot game is that any of the above-mentioned family characters may be mixed-and-matched for wins. Three of any sort make a win and if you think I’m going to make a joke out of the low-hanging fruit here, you’re nuts.
Also great about the Invaders from Planet Moolah slot is the cascade feature: Winning combinations are erased from the board (in this case, via laser beam from above) and are replaced with other symbols falling into the now-unoccupied spaces. As such, no free spins are awarded in this slots game, either. Bummer.
There’s also a jackpot symbol, which pretty much speaks for itself – this nice low-variance slot isn’t skimpy on winning payouts, at least.
You’re holding back, aren’t you? What’s wrong with Invaders from Planet Moolah?
Look, if any slot is missing a video bonus round, it’s Invaders from Planet Moolah. I mean, come on. How are these ETs properly called invaders if they never actually make contact with human life in any real sense? We see the UFOs hovering before the game starts and those laser beams exterminate winning combinations like Daleks cutting through the worlds of the 5th Earth Empire – but that’s it. No bonus round where Billy Joe Bob (or “Man”, if you must) gets to cut down these aliens down with his shotgun or avoiding the dropping bombs a la Space Invaders or some damn thing. “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”? More like the ninth time!