Strangely, the slot has only two symbols in use – Bars and 7’s – true, they can be seen in every colours and variety on the screen. Normally, I like and appreciate the simplicity of these kinds of slots but there’s always a minimum requirement what I expect and I really don’t think I get that here.
The slot works on 3 reels and 3 paylines and surprisingly offers two fix Jackpots to win. The Jackpot win that’s worth 1200 coins must contain 3 Red 7’s on an active line while the main prize of the game, the Super Jackpot pays 22.222 coins if a Red, Green and Blue 7’s arrive on the reels in this order. I would’ve preferred if the slot has had several other kinds of figures because only the colour differences sometimes is not enough and a little bit delusive. Of course in both cases the maximum number of coins must be in use. The minimal functionality was spread to the features of the game segment as there’s no any of it, so no wild, no multiplier here, just the basic things but at this part of the slot I don’t consider it a big problem.
But what unfortunately definitely is - the poor payout ability. I’m saying this despite of the awesome Jackpot amount, because the practice is different. For example playing with this slot for about an hour and getting just 1 win that gives back around 20 times of total bet, well, that’s not a quality criterion of how a good game must operate. Yes, it could be just an unfortunate run but sadly saying it’s just an average streak here that happens every day.
Sorry to say that but Super Seven is not a good and even not an average machine and honestly I can’t understand how Boss Media could release it in this format. I think the slot has so many shortcomings that they wouldn’t worth to be fixed and in my opinion it would be the best to call the game back and not making it available to play again.