Arguably one of the most unoriginal and unentertaining classic slot machine games you will ever come across, Wazdan’s Arcade is quite possibly the most simplistic slot ever devised. There are 3 reels to this game (as you might expect) and just a single payline sitting on them. Players will not find too much in the way of special features, and the graphics in this game are quite poor. In fact, you will struggle to find too much to like at all about this game. Players will note that coin values can range from 0.01 up to 1.00, and you can bet up to 100 of those coins per spin, but that only alters your total bets from 0.01 per line per spin, up to 100.00 a game in all.
Payouts and symbols
Landing 3 of the pot of gold symbols on the game’s singular payline will see you able to pocket non-progressive jackpot prizes which are capped at 4,000 coins in all. It is quite a drop to the smaller-paying symbols, with cash prizes worth 3,000 coins for Vegas icons, 2,000 coins for pears, 1,200 coins for grapes, watermelons, cherries and bells. Oranges and pineapples are worth 600 coins apiece, whilst plums and lemons dish out 80 coins. Raspberries offer up 40 coins whilst cherries are worth just 20 coins. This is an extraordinary number of symbols on the reels for a 3-reel, 1-line slot, and your chances of landing wins frequently really aren’t very good at all.
The only shining light in the Arcade slot machine is the Mini Bonus. This can only be won when a start (Mini Bonus icon) appears on a reel. When it does, it can turn on a Mini Bonus Matrix Table feature, and once the Star Matrix is full, the figure listed in the Mini Bonus cash box will be paid out to the player. This overly complex system just doesn’t work in this sort of game. In fact, very little about this game will be appealing to most players.
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