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Review of The Great Albini Slot
Magic has long been something that we humans have been absolutely fascinated by, and for good reason too, because since the dawn of time magicians have been proving themselves incredibly capable at blowing our collective minds with an abundance of awe-inspiring tricks. The very first humans must have thought the conjuring of fire was one of the best magic tricks ever to be possible, but if you forward-wind to the present day there are magicians doing all sorts of mental things. From Derren Brown and his amazing mind illusions, to Dynamo and the frankly unbelievable tricks he has learnt. David Blaine even spent 44 days encased in a glass box in London with only a few litres of water each day. Mental, isn't it? And the best thing here is that the general public go absolutely bananas for these spectacles, as they have done for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

Oh yes, magic shows have been an integral part of human popular culture for several centuries now. In fact, the 21st Century seems rather lacking in this respect as a result of the leaps made in technology that often overshadow some of the magic tricks that we used to lose our minds at. If you want to go back to magic's heyday it is the 19th Century you will really want to focus on, where popular performers such as the great Harry Houdini, a man who captivated audiences around the world with his nail-bitingly tense escape acts. It is this period of grandeur that also inspired recent films such as the 2017 box office smash hit The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron amongst others. This has, in turn, inspired the ever dynamic online slot market to explore this theme too, with Foxium hitting us with The Great Albini. It is only a click to play away and can be accessed anytime! But how does it compare to some other online slots though? Read on for a comprehensive breakdown.

About The Great Albini and its Aesthetic
So, as you may have noticed, The Great Albini's title is a play on the late great Harry Houdini, a performer who could seemingly get himself out of any sticky situation people threw at him. Over the 52 years of his life he would escape from thousands of handcuffs and straitjackets, whilst also somehow finding a way out of a stunt that saw him be buried alive. An impressive historical figure no doubt, and we therefore have no surprise that Foxium have chosen to model their slot around his exploits. The central character in The Great Albini (aptly named the Great Albini) is slightly more of a typical magic performer, however, and is also given a helping hand by his helper Lily. They stand on either side of the 5 reel and 3 row reel grid configuration, ready to marvel at any wins you make across the 25 active pay lines. The background to this resembles a classic 19th Century theatre, with luxurious purple drapes either side of a large wooden stage. We were very impressed with the job Foxium have done on The Great Albini's aesthetic, it really makes you feel as if you are there.

Foxium continue the great work with The Great Albini's set of symbols, each one perfectly representative of the kind of atmosphere this burgeoning developer are trying to muster up. As is generally the case with most modern online slots these days, the low paying symbols are made up of playing card icons running from 10 to Ace. After this there is a variety of different magical items to look out for, such as a rather disconcerting knife target, and a magical bird. Unsurprisingly it is The Great Albini himself who ends up being a highest paying regular symbol, and he could end up paying out an absolutely outrageous 4,000x your initial bet if you find him on every single reel. Granted, this isn't likely to happen very often, but when it does we are wiling to bet you won't be able to contain your excitement.

About The Great Albini and its Bonus Features
Now then, onto the bonus features within The Great Albini, a subject that will certainly quicken the pulse of any truly dedicated online slots fan. Luckily for us avid slots gamblers Foxium have really made sure they have included as many cool bonuses as possible here, and it all makes for a genuinely exciting play. The first thing to consider is that the wild symbol during The Great Albini is an intricately designed tile with the "Wild" written on it, something that should make it incredibly easy to understand (at least, we would hope). As for the scatter symbols, Foxium have actually included two different ones here, either the mystery box or the bonus box. Finding enough mystery boxes will send you through to the Mystery Box feature, one that awards three respins, with the most lucrative icons being locked in place during this.

The Mystery Box feature is certainly lucrative, but just you wait until you hear about the main bonus during The Great Albini online slot… it really is outrageous! If you have the good fortune to find bonus boxes on the middle three reels you will be given 12 free spins, but not only that, the game will also expand to cover a 5x6 reel format with a whooping 50 pay lines. Lily the helper will also turn into a stacked wild, multiplying any potential wins by two.

About Foxium and Other Slots by Them
Having only been founded in 2015, Foxium are one of the newest developers to hit the online slots world, however they have well and truly hit the ground running, as slots like The Great Albini prove. Based in Estonia, this burgeoning developer takes special care over the bonus features of its games, immediately setting it apart from some other slightly lazier companies. Just take a look at some of their other titles:

· The Lost Riches Of Amazon
· FruitZ
· Lucky Bakery
· Adelia The Fortune Wielder

 

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