Doctor Love is a fun-filled slot from the game developer NextGen Gaming, and it’s famous for its excellent graphics.
Examples of characters that can show up on the reels are Dr. Love, The Nurse, The Patient, and The Teddy Bear, as well as other hospital-related stuff such as a stethoscope, ambulance, medicine, crutches, medical chart, and a watch. Dr. Love’s Love Meter can also show up.
This is a 5-reel slot with 20 pay lines.
The playing environment is a hospital.
There is a wild symbol, a scatter, a free spins round, and win multipliers.
You can bet from 0.02 to 5.00 per active payline.
The max bet is 5 coins x 20 paylines = 100 coins.
The doctor is wild
Doctor Love is wild symbol, and he can substitute for any symbol except the scatter (the Love Meter).
He can also pay out handsomely on his own; get 5 doctors lining up on a payline and you win 5,000 coins.
The Love Meter is a scatter
Dr Love’s Love Meter is a scatter symbol.
Get at least three meters, anywhere on the reels, and it will trigger the Free Spins round.
- Three Love Meters = 10 free spins
- Four Love Meters = 15 free spins
- Five Love Meters = 20 free spins
During the free spins round, all coin wins are trippled!
As soon as you win some coins, you can elect to risk them in a daring game of Double-or-Nothing or Quadruple-or-Nothing.
You can gamble your winnings up to five times in a row if you are lucky enough to predict the next color (DoN) or suit (QoN) in the deck of cards.
Important: The jackpot win can not be gambled.
Did you know?
Lovesickness isn’t just an expression – it has been studied as an actual illness or condition by scientists. This approach has ancient roots; Hippocratic Medicine pointed out how passionate love has a tendency to fade and turn into love melancholy, a form of depression.
In 1915, Sigmund Freud as rhetorically: “Isn’t what we mean by ‘falling in love’ a kind of sickness and craziness, an illusion, a blindness to what the loved person is really like?”.
In more biochemically focused experiments, the high associated with the falling-in-love experience has been showed to have strong similarities to certain feelings brought on by the use of cocaine and amphetamines. In the brain, the feeling of falling-in-love is created by certain neurotransmitters – including dopamine, oxytocin, norepinephrine, and phenethylamine.