DRUMROLL, PLEASE! Today at High 5 Blog’s Player Spotlight, we feature an interview with one of our amazing players, Marian S.! Get to know one of your High 5 Casino friends below!
1. How did you hear about High 5 Casino?
I introduced my late husband to Facebook slots, and then he introduced me to High 5.
2. What’s your go-to game on High 5 Casino? Why?
My “go-to” game changes over time. Currently it is The Green Machine Global because it gives me a fair chance to win 100 to 250 times my wager and I have won quite a bit lately.
3. What’s your favorite High 5 Casino game of all time? Why?
My favorite game of all time is Gypsy because she is intoxicating with her mesmerizing glare. She dares you to resist her spell-binding temptations to spin a full screen of her split symbols.
4. What are your favorite game features?
My favorite features are Expanding Wilds, Split Symbols and Super Stacks.
5. If you could hang out with any character from our games for a day, which one would it be? Why?
I would hang out with Robin Hood in the Legend of Robin and Marian because one of my nick-names is Maid Marian. We could chat and laugh about our legendary characters!
6. If you could be a High 5 Casino character who would you like to be? Why?
I would like to be the Oba, Carnaval! lady because she knows how to have fun and her gaiety is infectious!
7. If you could couple up two characters from our games, who would you marry off?
I would arrange a blind date for She-Wolf and Night of The Wolf because they are a perfect match for one another.
8. Which High 5 Casino game do you feel the luckiest with?
I feel luckiest with my “go-to” game of the week. Sometimes I “go-to” Gypsy, Dr. Amante, The Green Machine Global, Mystery Train, or whichever one is hitting the most wins for me!
9. Which High 5 Casino game has the best bonus in your opinion?
The best bonuses are the ones with expanding wilds – Lucky Horse, The Charleston, Figaro, and White Falls.
10. What High 5 Casino game do you think has the best sound package?
The best sound package is The Palladium when in a mood for modern dancing and The Charleston when in the mood for 1920’s radio music.