The slot uses 3-reels, 1 center payline and accepts bets from $0.05 up to $5 while the maximum number of coins per spin is 3. This latter attribute must be active to get a chance to win the Jackpot of the game which is 2500 coins if 3 Red Seven icons become visible next to each other on the reels. I like here the possibility to at least getting back the placed stake if 3 blank spots arrive under the center line and the Cherry can pay by itself (x2) if just one single such icon pops up on the line regardless what reel contains it.
That’s all we have to know about the working of the slot so we don’t have to deal with any win multiplier, Wild or other special features. Playing the game I have to say it has an average payout tendency with all of its positive and negative attributes. Because of the blank and cherry ‘symbols’ the wins are very frequently ones and up to the mediocre paying symbols all kind of wins occurs but getting a ‘clean win’ with Double Bars or Oranges rare as a white crow. Most of the times I play this slot with $0.50 per spin and the usual results are just so-so and there was a time when I was playing the slot about 35-40 minutes and when I slowly getting bored by it and wanted to quit I noticed that my balance decreased only by $1 so it really was if I never played that slot on that day. Generally, that’s very typical because the cold streaks and values of wins are really equals each other so the slot is greatly usable if our only goal to get out of any wagering restrictions but the game is not so good if we want to win real big. I think in fine we can come to the conclusion that this is a very ordinary slot in every aspects so if we have some special criteria about a classic product we have to keep searching for another slot because this slot’s working scheme is based on the minimal requirements on the other hands we can be sure that we get here what a basic machine should offer and I think this product does it in correct ways.