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Microgaming's Finer Reels Of Life slot was the third game to use the popular engine created and used initially in the Thunderstruck Slot sequel, originally entitled Thunderstruck Slot_2 and introduced around 2011. Like it's predecessor, Finer Reels Of Life has a 243 ways-to-win framework with 4 free spin features which are unlocked in sequential fashion as you progress through the game.

The engine used for these games has subsequently been deployed in both the Playboy Slot and the very popular Immortal Romance game which is based on the current vampire fad and is probably the pick of the 4 games to date that use this engine.

The oddity about Finer Reels Of Life compared to these other games, apart from the rather mundane theme, is that the maximum bet limit is $7.50 irrespective of where you play it. Compare that to the $30 limits on Thunderstruck 2 and Immortal Romance or the $37.50 limit on Playboy and that seems odd having such a big discrepency. What this tells me is that Finer Reels is a higher variance game but that's a hunch. To be honest, I don't play it nearly as much as the others in the series as it doesn't really float my boat!