You reckon you've found a 243 Line Non-Progressive Slots Machine that is better than Aristocrat's Indian themed pokie? You're (Indian) Dreaming mate! - because this pokies machine has been a long standing favourite of Aussie punters for some time now. Let's find out why... HOP WAY! (or something like that)
Indian Dreaming | 243 Line Slot Machine from Aristocrat Pokies
Indian Dreaming is another one of Aristocrat's Old School Pokies that has long been a favourite of Aussies from all walks of life. Whether its a country town pub or the city tattersalls club - the Indian Dreaming pokie has always been one that is in hot demand and requires a keen eye to wait for the right opportunity to jump on - after the last player warmed it up for you of course ;)
What makes Indian Dreaming such a popular slot machine with players of all ages is the fact that Indian Dreaming was one of the first pokies to do away with win lines. Instead, it implemented a brand new style of matching symbols, known as the 243 system. It differs from normal as pay lines always follow a pattern. The more pay lines on a pokie, the more of these patterns are eligible for winning combinations. However, the 243 system is different in that adjacent symbols contribute to winning spins, regardless of the layout. As long as they are touching, they qualify. In total, this means that there are 243 possible winning combinations on every spin, hence the name.
This 243 Spins System is also my personal favourite because it provides the player with an opportunity to decrease the amount being bet (the lines being played and the amount per line) but maintains the two middle reels (keeps them active) all the way to the end, meaning even with a low line bet you still have the opportunity to get 5 of a kind - a great tactic to employ if you want to bet a higher amount per line but don't necessarily want to be wagering over $2 a hit.
"When it comes to playing Indian Dreaming I have no reservations"
Check out this stupid HUGE win on Indian Dreaming - I'm thinking it's not actually legit because I know of no land casino based pokies in Australia that allow you to control how much of your win you gamble during the double up part of the gambling process....still epic though!