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More Casual Games at Lottery Casino

More Casual Games at Lottery Casino
Updated: Tuesday 12th April 2016

The Lottery Casino has introduced a large batch of new Casual Games to its lobby, so anyone who fancies whiling away the hours until the next National Lottery draw may want to have a go at them. Like all of the games at the Lottery Casino, you can try the new Casual Games without risking any real money, so it needn’t cost you a penny to explore them at your leisure and discover what all the fuss is about. Of course, if you want to play the games for real cash then you can do that too, and if you do so you could win some massive cash prizes.

There are too many new Casual Games at the Lottery Casino to list in full, but rest assured that every one of them offers the very best in graphics, audio and entertainment value. If you like games which have a truly unique format then have a go at Hexaline, or if you prefer playing games which feature familiar characters then consider playing Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. Other new titles play like bingo games, scratchcard games and even sporting events – just take a look at Premier Trotting for a fine example of the latter!

Those of you who haven’t played games for real money at the Lottery Casino before can claim a 100% Welcome Bonus worth up to £100 when you make your first deposit. That will give you double the amount of cash to play with, which means twice as much casino gaming action and an even better chance of winning yourself some serious prizes.

Whilst online casino games won’t give you the chance to win the same kind of money as the EuroMillions or Lotto games (which will offer jackpots of £12 million and £6.5 million respectively this Friday and Saturday) they can certainly drop a substantial chunk of cash into your bank account. Visit the Lottery Casino today to try the new Casual Games and good luck in having a winning weekend!

Written by Ian Bruce

Published: Friday 16th September 2011

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