High 5 Blog’s newest column features interviews with High 5 Casino players. The inaugural edition spotlights loyal, longtime High 5-er Ellie Morin.
1. How did you hear about High 5 Casino?
I played High 5 Games’ Da Vinci Diamonds slot at DoubleDown, and loved it so much I researched who the maker of the game was. I saw your ad on the sidebar of Facebook one day, clicked on it, and have been an avid fan ever since. I began playing the day you opened your doors.
2. What’s your go-to game on H5C?
Magic Orchid is my go-to because it’s a game that doesn’t have a lot of empty spins and I can usually win enough to get me back in the game.
3. What’s your favorite H5C game of all time?
I have to say Gypsy. I love the theme, the music, and the colors. It’s upbeat, and the animation of the wagon flying across the screen after a big win gets my heart pumping!
4. What are your favorite game features?
You can win a lot during free games so I love features like the Collection Bonus and the Enduring Bonus.
5. If you could hang out with any character from one of our games, who would it be?
Gypsy. I’d ask her to read my beads! I’d also want her to take me for a ride in that wild wagon of hers!
6. If you could be a High 5 Casino character, who would you like to be?
I’d like to be the main character in the new Thunder Road game. I think riding a motorcycle at my age would be a hoot.
7. If you could couple up two characters from our games, who would you marry off?
I would introduce The Cat Prince to The Empress Josephine. They’d be perfect together.
8. Which High 5 Casino game do you feel the luckiest with?
Good question – my luckiest game is Dr. Amante. He knows what it takes to make me happy.
9. Which H5C game has the best bonus in your opinion?
Thunder Road has been very good to me. The multiple bonus options pay well.
10. Which High 5 Casino game do you think has the best sound package?
I love the sound in Gypsy because the music builds up with each spin, and it’s great when the win comes and the wagon shows up. I also love the music in The Charleston because it’s an original score and it’s very upbeat.