In Wild mode the whole slot machine is viewable like in a land-based casino with its paytable, actuator but everything’s so small and hardly can be seen, especially the little digital display. In Full mode the camera focuses on the center of slot and everything would be great if the paytable weren’t hidden. It can be bothering in the first period when the player is still not totally familiar with the slot and its winning rules. Finally, I chose this latter and since then I’ve only used this.
This one-armed bandit has Aladdin theme with lantern, palace, Triple Crown and the common bars emblems. Lantern is the symbol that doubles the stake in itself and Triple Crown logo symbolizes the possible Jackpot that pays 5000 times of 1 coins. Of course, Jackpot can be won solely with triple coins bet and the bets can be from $0.2 (1 coin) up to $3 (3 coins). The payout difference between staked coins (1,2 or 3) does make sense only for the main prize, in other situations playing with 3 coins gives no extra benefit. Certainly, it’s designed with Max bet button, what’s good for both parties. The players don’t have to press buttons 4 times before every spin and manufacturer see its advantage at lazy players who getting tired to make 3 clicks if they want their stake at 2 coins instead they use the comfortable and faster method with Max button.
Basically, this slot is an average, decent traditionalist with relatively good payouts and the only negative thing I can mention is, I find their reels are too slow and it takes long time while it stops. This really can be boring in long stretch.