About Black and White
iSoftBet’s Black and White classic slot has been designed as a run-of-the-mill, back to basics gambling game. The title is also a little misleading, since there is a surplus of grey represented in the imagery and background of this slot. Black and White is a very simplistic single payline classic slot, which can permit players to win up to 2,500 coins in total. Due to its simplicity, it doesn’t command very big wagers to play, either.
Players will notice that the bottom of the screen, the wagering menu bar has been designed like a standing slot machine game. Big bold buttons allow you to bet between 1 and 3 coins per line, to instantly bet the maximum amount, adjust the value of your coins, and spin the reels. There is even an auto-spin feature will allow you to play consecutive spins at the same stake. Players hoping for a cheap enough ride can enjoy spins for as little as 0.01 per spin, whilst at its most expensive, the slot will cost you no more than 30.00 per spin.
You will also notice that there are no special features worked into the design of this slot. This means that there aren’t even any wild symbols for you to win with. Instead, players are going to have to rely on using the standard paying symbols to get the kind of wins that they want.
The lowest paying symbols mainly involve single, double and triple bars. The white sevens are worth between 20, 40 and 80 coins, depending on whether you are playing with 1, 2 or 3 coins per spin, respectively. The black (well, they are actually grey) 7s are worth 50, 100 and 250 coins, whilst the red sevens come in at being worth 100, 200 or 500 coins, for 1, 2 or 3 appearing on the payline, respectively.
Anybody hoping to land the total non-progressive jackpot of 2,500 coins is going to need to line up three of jackpot icons on the payline. These icons are easy to spot as they have “jackpot” written across them. Landing three of them with just 1 or 2 coin wagers will see players win 500 or 1,000 coins, respectively.
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