Casino Heroes Review

  • Sue Dawson

  • Last update: 11th November 2018

Rating: 3

Casino Heroes is a slot and casino site with an innovative level progression mechanic, newly launched in the UK.  Players can spin the slots on any (or all) of three islands, collecting bonus spins and other items as they move towards the next region.

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Casino Heroes has two welcome offers – the regular offer includes some bonus spins but is mostly slot bonus. The rather complicated alternative offer consists entirely of bonus spins on up to 8 different slots depending on how much is deposited – you can read about it here.  The main attraction of the alternative offer is that the bonus spins can be used right away (although they need not be, as once activated they have a long expiry of 30 days) whereas with the slot bonus offer, the bonus isn’t used to play with as long as any cash remains in the player’s account.

Many slot and casino sites have a long list of slot games which are excluded from bonus play but at Casino Heroes there are just three – Wish Master, Dead Or Alive and Blood Suckers – which do not contribute to the wagering requirement.

The progressive jackpot section at Casino Heroes includes the big three – Mega Fortune, Hall of Gods and Mega Moolah – as well as a selection of smaller progressives.  The other slot games on offer range from old favourites like Gonzo’s Quest, Immortal Romance and Starburst through to new and innovative titles such as Wild Toro, Hotline, White Rabbit and Northern Sky, and fresh titles are added frequently, often with a bonus spins offer.

Mobile play is via an app for Apple devices and via a mobile browser for Android users.

The big difference between Casino Heroes has over other casinos is the map and level progression – especially the boss fight part of it, which we haven’t come across anywhere else.  The fight resembles a pick-me bonus round and the nine boxes contain treasure including bonus spins.  If you win, you collect the bonus spins and move to the next area.  If you lose, you drop back to the last checkpoint.  With a massive 70 bosses altogether, there’s plenty of opportunities to win bonus spins as you move up through the levels.

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