Dr. Feelgood is a slot machine with a medical theme, and the main character is the charismatic Doctor Feelgood who is boosting everyone’s mood. It is possible to win a progressive jackpot, and there is also a fun optional double-or-nothing feature.
The reels have been placed in a clean clinical environment with tiled floors and blue partitions. Examples of symbols that can show up on the reels are the patient, the doctor, the nurse, hospital beds, a stethoscope, flowers and chocolate, a teddy bear, an ambulance, and a prescription pad. The doctor is a high paying symbol: get five doctors lined up on an active payline on a max bet and you will be rewarded with 25,000 coins.
This game was created by the game developer Habanero.
This video slot comes with five reels and 25 paylines. You can only win on paylines that you have activated by betting on them.
You can use the buttons marked (+) and (–) to adjust coin size and how many paylines to activate.
If you wish to wager the max bet, simply click on the bet max shortcut.
Is autospin available?
Yes it is.
The nurse is wild, and also win multiplier
The nurse is wild and can substitute for another symbol to help you form a winning combination.
When she is included in a winning combo, the payout is doubled.
The mysterious Love Meter is a scatter symbol.
If you get one on the first reel and another one on the fifth reel, you will be awarded with 3 re-spins. The first and fifth reel stays put, while the three middle reels re-spin. Important: The re-spin counter resets to 3 each time a Love Meter or a nurse appears on the central reels, so if you are lucky, this feature will last for much longer than your initial 3 re-spins.
Trivia: Is it possible to die from a broken heart?
Love is a many splendored thing
Love lifts us up where we belong
All you need is love!
Unsurprisingly, losing someone we love can be dangerous and have a detrimental impact on our health. There is even such a thing as Broken Heart Syndrom – a type of stress cardiomyopathy that can prove deadly. Broken Heart Syndrom is a kind of non-ischemic cardiomyopathy that causes a sudden temporary weakening of the muscular portion of the heart.
Examples of experiences that may trigger Broken Heart Syndrom is the death of a loved one, betrayal, a traumatic break-up, or arguing with a partner. Over 85% of the diagnosed cases had been set in motion by an emotionally or physically stressful event. In a few cases, the experience was actually a happy, albeit stressful, one – such as a wedding celebration.
Fortunatelly, Broken Heart Syndrom is a rare thing. Studies of patients with myocardial infarction in Japan showed that only between 1.2% and 2.2% of them had the broken heart version.
Women are much more likely to suffer from Broken Heart Syndrom compared to men, and post-menopausal women are especially at risk. Roughly 90% of the diagnosed patients are women, and the average age at onset is 58-75 years.