My bankroll started to slowly slipping away as expected when a 5 of a kind win with Lemons paid back €20 so I could begin it all over with the same balance. Shortly after it 3 Scatters appeared what gave me just 5 free spins that didn’t do any magic, but playing further I got another 5 free spins and this time plus 10 extra games were added and the cumulative 15 games did a little good to me. 4 Grapes landed in V shape mixed with a Red 7 and though this Wild doesn’t multiply wins neither in normal games nor in free spins but that winning combination was good enough for a €50 win and with the other smaller paying lines the final return was in total around €65. I felt like ‘I’ve got nothing to lose’ and doubled my stake at €1.50 but no more free spins were awarded and later the wins were starting to fade away so when my balance hit €100 I thought the slot did its job and I didn’t ruin my first experience here.
Later examining the paytable it didn’t seem to me a stupid decision to leave the game because the slot has limited game qualities. The best full line can pay 8000 coins which is acceptable but the Scatter and Wild are not what I like. For example if a Wild has neither paying ability nor multiplying function it’s not a good sign reflecting to the whole game and if I add to this the free spins weakness (also no multiplier in use here) I must say it’s ability to correct pay is very questionable.
Sure, because of my little profitable session I remember this game with good memories but looking at it with objective eyes I’m not sure if I knew this game earlier I would have chosen it that time. The mood it creates is what I love and appreciate but from money wise aspect the game doesn’t live up my expectation and there are some things what I don’t like here. Overall, it is maximum an average slot if I take consideration all negatives and positives so everybody can decide what important for a game and based on this answer Wild Sevens can or can’t be a good choice.