Lock it Link - Night Life


The Lock it Link - Night Life Slot Machine has been tagged by URComped members 35 times. Most recently Lock it Link - Night Life was tagged onboard the Grand Princess cruise ship Apr 18 at 3:03

Slot Machine Description

The Lock It Link brand of slot machines by WMS seems to be their answer to Aristocrat's wildly popular "Lightning Link" games where different themes build around a uniform "locking" feature, and while not identical, is similar in both games. In Lock It Link, this feature is called the "Lock It Feature" and is triggered by landing between 3 and 5 heart symbols on a single row. These symbols can either have a credit award up to 100x your total bet on them or a Progressive, although the most valuable progressives will appear only on reel 3. During this feature you start with 3, 4, or 5 spins depending on how many hearts you initially land: the individual reel positions then spin allowing for more hearts to land and if they do they become sticky for the remainder of the bonus. If they land adjacent to at least two other hearts, they become "locked" and your spins are reset to their starting number. This continues until you don't land bonus symbols adjacent to at least two other bonus symbols or you fill the screen, at which point 2x your total bet is added to each heart. After each "lock" that occurs where your spins reset, the value of each heart also increases by your total bet, so ideally, you'd just land one heart on each spin adjacent to your initial locking set, for maximum return.

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My Seaside review
MSC does not do designated times check in so you have the zig zag line to wait in a couple of times. Took us a little over an hour to get all checked in and onboard. Did not want our picture taken before boarding but they would not allow us to just walk around it and made us do the picture. Later they sent them to our room with a folder that if you didn't want them you had to check the NO box and give back to room steward or they would charge you for them. We did check the NO box and gave back to our steward almost immediately but they still charged us. In order to put cash on your account you must visit the customer service desk, of course that line the first day and a half was much to long so I waited till later the first full day and it wasn't so bad. The room was ok, just as I expected as per other cruise lines however I think the bathroom was smaller and could have a better layout for more space. The lights only work with your card in the slot by the door, tried other kinds of cards and they would not work. No wash cloths so you will have to ask for them. No bar soap in the bathroom either just liquid soap. Using the liquid soap with washcloth doesn't really work very well so I bought a luffa at port. We ate at the MDR each night. I thought the food was very good but the presentation could have been better. Selections were good but I prefer having at least one new exotic thing to try each night which I did not see on the menu. The first night you had to find your table so the line was a little long but every night after you just walked to your table and sat down. I do not remember any sail away party, maybe I just missed it. I had to make about 7 trips to the customer service to get things straight. Linking your credit card was very easy at the kiosk. No on to the casino. The casino was smaller that I am used to. I don't play table games but did notice that there is no craps table and not a whole lot of other table games. I am a smoker when gambling. The smoking section is back side of the slot area, there is a sign designating this. Also, you are not allowed to smoke anywhere in the casino when the ship is in port. Ashtrays are very hard to find when you can smoke. A good deal of the machines you are able to change the denomination to whatever you like. There were alot of hand pays won for the size of this casino. I won a major worth $910.00. Another passenger won $11,500.00, another $4.500.00 and a lot of hand pays that were above $1,000.00. The casino closes every night at 2:00am. The drink servers were very good and quick. Of course on sea days the casino was very crowded so it was a little slower at this time. All of the casino staff was wonderful, I can't praise them enough. 9,999 points gets you a free inside for two, upgrade to OV was like $359 but since I didn't qualify for this I don't know the other amounts for sure. I think the fee to upgrade to balcony was over $1,100.00 We went to two different shows, the most popular was Starwalker (Michael Jackson), we reserved on our first night and ended up standing the whole show because they don't check when you enter whether or not you have reserved so the seating was not sufficient. Get there early to get your seat even if you reserved. I purchased the fun pass before hand for $100 and received $160 credit. Zip line was $10 each, 5D was $10 each, F! simulator was $10 each which seemed to be very popular most of the week. Air hockey and both racing games were $1.50 each. Any game that you could win a prize was not included in the fun pass so beware. There were 2 bowling lanes which we did not try. If there is anything you would like to know just ask and I will try to answer.
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