|Manufacturer:||Dynamite Idea||Bet Per Spin:||£0.25 – £250.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||95.20%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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Some online slots offer the player a state of the art gaming experience complete with top notch graphics and creative bonus features while others are content to replicate the experience of standing in a bricks and mortar casino with very few added extras. High Rollers is definitely in the latter camp; it’s from a small developer called Dynamite Idea and it makes no bones about it’s simplicity; read on to find out more.
High Rollers is a five reel slot with five paylines and there’s a very metallic feeling to proceedings. The gold-framed reels are almost riveted into a gold background to give the impression of playing a game set into a wall.
There are only five basic symbols here and they are all of the traditional variety – cherries, single bars, bells, double bars and big red sevens.
Special symbols include a big star wild and a gold square bonus symbol which activates the main feature.
The number of paylines you play is set by you; this is done by clicking the little coloured buttons on either side of the reels or using the ‘Select Lines’ or ‘Select All’ button below.
This is a pretty simple game and therefore it’s appropriate that it comes with a similarly simple bonus game. To trigger it you will need to land three or more of the gold bonus symbols from left to right on an active payline.
You will be presented with several levels of squares and all you do is pick them, starting from the bottom. The squares reveal multipliers of your stake or, if you’re lucky, a ‘level up’ square to move up a level where the multipliers are greater.
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Maximum paylines and big stakes are the key here – the bonus can only be triggered on an active payline and you will clearly win bigger bonus prizes by playing with larger stakes.
For those who like a step back to a simpler time then this may well be an attractive proposition but for the rest of us there’s more fun to be had elsewhere.