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Afi4wins 1803 reviews
Reviewed on September 7, 2016


Now I know why the original Crazy Chameleons game from Microgaming did not play and pay well at all. Call it a marketing ploy, a marketing strategy, or whatever. The reason, the way I see it, was to allow another version of the same game to be released, thereby killing two players, err, I mean two birds, with one stone! Hehehe. Hmm, in fact, better make that 8 birds with one stone, because 4 original games have become 8 games from such a move! A clever trick...or simply an easy way out? No need to answer that! Maybe Microgaming should be renamed Microcloning! Hahaha.

If you're familiar with the original Crazy Chameleons game, then this Golden Goose version plays with the same paytable but with the Golden Goose feature added in. What does this Golden Goose do? Well, for one thing, it can bite you with its golden beak right where it matters - your wallet! But if you're lucky, you may get a nice Easter egg, or even a small golden egg. A small one, don't expect a big one. This goose ain't a dinosaur, hahaha.

In order to benefit from this Golden Goose feature, the Golden Goose Bet must be played, increasing the minimum starting bet from $0.20 to $0.25 per spin. May not seem a lot, but that's a 25% increase to all of your betting amounts, with the paytable values remaining the same. Is this feature beneficial? Hmm, I would be more inclined to say 'yes' and 'no'. Yes, because the Golden Goose feature offers 4 different bonus games for extra winning chances, which you won't get playing without it. No, because during dry runs, you would be losing 25% more than what you should, which could be disastrous if not kept in check. Gaining or not from this Golden Goose feature remains purely individualistic, depending on each person's luck.

For those unfamiliar with the paytable, here's a brief run-through. The Green Chameleon is the Wild symbol, paying 5000x the line bet for 5 of them, the Red Chameleon is the Scatter symbol, paying 400x the total bet for 5 of them, but without any Free Spins game attached as it usually would, and the other symbols pay from 3000x down to 100x the line bet for 5 of each kind. A good paytable with the Golden Goose feature included in.

What are the 4 Golden Goose feature games? First game, you select one card to reveal the number of free spins, the goose then randomly awards a multiplier, giving 3 up to 11 free spins with up to 6x multiplier. Second game, select one egg from each reel to win up to 5000 coins in total. Third game, select the cash bundle to win an instant cash prize, or select the egg to win up to 50 free spins with all wins tripled. The fourth game, the goose appears and award a random instant win of up to 2000 coins. This is the most common feature game that I have won, and usually with the lowest payouts too. All 4 feature games are randomly activated in the base game.


Having said all that, I was looking forward to a good and enjoyable game, knowing that the paytable was good. After playing the game for some time, after a few thousand spins, the payouts were nothing more than mediocre at best, with most of them falling below the 10x total bet amount! What a great disappointment to an otherwise promising game!

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