Rockin’ Olives: Monster Boogie is a pokie machine based on the artwork Michael Godard, a top-selling artist in the United States. Godard is promoted as the “Rock Star of the Art World”. He is a top-selling artist and his work is popular amongst celebrities, politicians, and art collectors. These pokies developed by Aristocrat helped in bringing his inventive paintings directly to you via a fantastic poker machine.
This pokies features impressive 3D graphics, and there are two sets of reels in the game. The first is a set of reels, which offer up cash wins while the other is single; a vertical set of reels that hand out bonus rounds.
Rockin’ Olives made its debut in 2011, in traditional rock star style. The game is set amidst lavish launch parties in Las Vegas, which Michael Godard attend himself. It was the ideal way to celebrate the launch of a game that took two years to make.
Godard’s Rockin Olives: Monster Boogie features the artist’s signature Olives, posing as famous rock stars. They are the reels’ symbols and widely there in the pokie’s bonus rounds. The pokie features impressive 3D graphics, and there are two sets of reels in the game. The first is a set of reels, which offer up cash wins while the other is a single; vertical set of reels that hand out bonus rounds.
The Dance Battle is one of the most inventive bonus rounds that you have ever seen. Players choose one Rockin’ Olive character to represent them in a dance battle against an opponent. As each player performs, their earn applause, and their meter rise. The Olive with the most acclaim by the end of the battle wins. If the player’s Olive wins, then they get to take home a generous cash prize.
Single Player Game
The Electric Boogie is quite similar but it is a single-player game. As one of the Olives, the player performs a boogie for an audience. They earn points as they perform and can choose to collect their winnings at any time. However, the Olive can short circuit, and you’ll lose your collected winnings.
The Mad Laboratory is another fun bonus round that players can take part in, but it is similar to many of the bonuses you usually see on other pokies. Players are transported to a lab, where they must select a number of bottles that contain cash prizes. Each bottle adds to their total score, and the Mad Scientist uses them in his experiment. If he can get his materials to change colors three times, then you win an additional bonus prize.