At first sight it seemed a very compact little game and reminded me one of the Microgaming or IGT 3-reel, 1-payline machine but however hard I tried I couldn’t recall the other game’s name. I thought about the game it’s a well-designed slot and every piece is in place, the reels are well-visible and the paytable is also easy to see. It was a good sign that nothing (not even the not too masculine pink/purple colour) deterred me and nothing was against of my squeamish taste.
The game itself gives the traditional qualities and symbols. The coin value can be varied between €0.25-€15 per spin while playing with cherry, bars, sevens and diamonds. This latter can give out the Jackpot of the game, 800-2500 coins depending on 1, 2, 3 coins bet. It also serves as Wild and double or quadruple winnings if 1 or 2 of them complete a winning formula. A Cherry figure can double the stake in itself, but being the less paying symbol it surprisingly rare times does its job.
Back to our firs date, it started well (as usually does) and played with minimum coin denomination with 3 coins and got wins one after the other and thinking ‘that’s a good girl that good to me’, raised my bets and that was the point when our relationships got a wrong turn and the ‘good girl’ showed me her other face (as usually does). Even though at the end I was done out of my money, it wasn’t a hopeless introductory session and later we had other rendezvous and I can say by now the situation is consolidated.
Seriously, this is a good slot machine with highs and lows but a decent product from Play ‘N’ Go. I like its simple and nice look and the Wild feature but maybe the middle and low paying symbols could give better results. For example the 5 less paying winning combinations are in frame to pay 2-10 coins and I think that 10 definitely should be higher.