The game offers 25-paylines and accepts bets from as little as €0.25 up to more than $60. The most rewarding 5 of a kind line win is worth only 750 times of line bet which is a little disappointment for me and I would have expected the game to be much more open-handed and the other attributes of the game sadly follows this tendency and won’t satisfy lot of players. The Wild emblem can’t pay any in itself just replace its mates at a winning combination and the free spins activating icons must be on an active line to do their job when 5, 10 or 15 extra games are given with added x2 multiplier value.
The Bonus side game is the most exciting part of Downtown and to get an entry there we have to have 3 Cell icons on the reels in the main game and a secondary screen is loaded which looks like a modern video game what teens like to play with when we can see just our gun and shoot everything that we can see (maybe I’m too old for that but this type of action games are simply way beyond my style). So there we have to shoot the target and the final won amount depends on how many target we could shoot down. Perhaps the action and excitement are there but the bonus isn’t a well-paying extra and I also feel here that the creators didn’t intend to make a real player friendly product.
Overall, I can safely say this game is definitely not made for me as it really can’t entertain me at all. I appreciate its visualization and consider it a creative work but the game segment not just doesn’t fit to my style but my bigger problem is, it’s absolutely not a rewarding product. There are times when it seems the side games won’t be activated ever and the main game just can’t give the bigger wins. Finally, I can imagine the younger gamblers love this product but those who aren’t action game addict I suppose this game won’t make them happy and the spent time with it will be very limited.