|Game:||Hole In Won: Back Nine||Paylines:||15|
|Manufacturer:||Rival Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £75.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||No|
|RTP:||94.62%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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Some time ago we reviewed a game called Hole In Won from Rival Gaming with the ‘sport’ of golf as it’s theme. Rival have now produced a sequel to that online slot called Hole In Won: The Back Nine and it continues the theme which sees us whacking balls into the distance. It’s also one of their i-Slots range which should provide players with some added extras.
Hole In Won: The Back Nine plays out over five reels and fifteen paylines and this particular golf course is a lush green landscape under a blue sky. Lots of golf-related symbols are the order of the day here and include a hole, a golf bag, a driver, a putter, a golf cart, the ball in the hole, the lady golfer and ‘The Back 9’ logo. The most valuable symbol is the gold trophy.
The red flag is the wild symbols and it’s an expanding wild which means it will cover all positions on it’s reel if it can make a winning combination. The scatter symbol is a red-capped golfer who triggers the feature.
Back Nine Bonus
This is where this slot comes into it’s own and to trigger this feature you will need to land three or more of the golfer scatter symbols anywhere on the reels.
Each time the feature is triggered you will get to play one of the nine holes in order. It’s a skill game which involves player interactivity and rather than proper golf this more like mini-golf. You must use the cursor to set the power and direction of the ball to get it into the hole in the least possible shots. You can see one of our efforts in the video above.
You will play the next hole when you next trigger the bonus.
Hole In Won Online Slot Playing Tips
The fewer shots you take to sink the putt, the more you will win so it’s worth practising your technique to make sure you can accomplish this; holes in one will earn you the biggest prizes.
The graphics are quite simple but we like this; the feature seems quite easy to trigger and some interactivity is always welcome. Well worth checking out.