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Afi4wins 1869 reviews
Reviewed on September 29, 2016


I have to be very frank and admit that I have never ever played this Amazing 7s game before, not until I participated in a tournament where the selected game was Amazing 7s. But before playing the game, I had a quick look at the paytable to get an inkling of what the whole game was about and what the payouts would be like.

Well, first of all, it's actually a straightforward 'fruit machine' game, with the usual icons of 7s, Bars, Bells and Cherries. The game plays with the usual 25 paylines, each line being selectable if you want to play it with lesser paylines, and playable from 1 coin ($0.25) up to 3 coins ($0.75), the maximum bet per spin for the game. However, playing with only 1 coin doesn't put the 3 different 7 symbols into active play, which also means that the top prizes in the paytable do not become active. I got caught with this when I started playing with only 1 coin bets. Then I began wondering why those 777s, 77s and 7s were not paying out, even though they appeared on the paylines. When I increased my bets to 2 coins, then only those 7s started paying out. Then only I understood the paytable, which I didn't at first. Furthermore, to win the maximum 100,000 coins for getting 5 of those triple 777s, 3 coins must be played. The difference in the maximum prize if playing with 2 coins is so great that it is worth playing with 3 coins all the way.

For every coin played, the TripleBars pay 500x, the DoubleBars pay 250x, the SingleBar pays 100x, any mix combination pays 50x, the Cherries pay 500x and the Bell pays 250x, all per line bet for 5 of each kind. No payouts at all for the 7 symbols. Playing with 2 coins, the 777 pays 10,000x, the 77 pays 5000x, the 7 pays 2500x, and any mix combination pays 100x, all per line bet for 5 of each kind. Playing with 3 coins, the 777 pays 100,000x (10 times more), the 77 pays 10,000x (2 times more), the 7 pays 5000x (2 times more), and any mix combination pays 200x (2 times more), all per line bet for 5 of each kind. So it isn't really worth it to play with just 1 coin.

Trying to get a 5 of a kind win of any of the same symbol was so blardy difficult! Those 7 and Bar symbols would always come in mixed combinations, which doesn't pay much at all. But I managed to get 5 Bells twice, which paid me $8.00 at maximum bet, and only once I got 5 of the single 7, playing with 2 coins bet, which paid a $50 win. That was the best win I ever got from this Amazing 7s game. From there on, nothing more came, and it was all the way down to zero. Honestly speaking, this isn't my type of game at all. Nosirree. Trying to win from it was like playing a jackpot game - with lots of very small wins and very little of the bigger wins. Perhaps only the lucky ones could win from this Amazing 7s game, which isn't amazing at all to me. Nope, not one bit.
Raptordinos 866 reviews
Reviewed on October 16, 2015


Slots with classic appearance have a special appeal, especially for those players who used to look for these games on their cabinet versions in land based casinos and even in some of the bars that we attended, there are many feelings revolving around icons of sevens, fruits, bells and bars, and just "Amazing 7's" is a slot through which its creator "WGS Technology" aims to exploit the already gained acceptance in advance for these classic icons to attract not only the oldest but also the new generations of players, I've seen some other providers have included bonus rounds in similar games, but that's not the case of "Amazing 7's" where all the time we have to adapt to a flat style of playing and even to an average of quite low payouts, since the main objective of this game is to get the grand jackpot of 100,000, jackpot that is only accessible when using the maximum bet button. We will also see that payouts are usually quite low, but constant, because most of them come from combinations formed mainly by bars and sevens symbols mixed each, i.e. lines 7-77-777 or 1 bar-2 bar-3 bar, so, the vast majority of times, the machine will show a big win when our award was just 3x or 4x our total bet, too much partying for such low payout, but this usually happens just by the fact of having achieved a line of 5 of a kind,


it is actually extremely difficult to obtain a line of 5 of a kind with exactly the same symbol, so that eventually it's natural to see how your balance falls and falls as your big wins are not enough to recover more than 4 or maybe 5 failed spins, this one does not seem to be a slot designed to enable players to have fun for a long time with it, but rather to try their luck for 10 or 20 spins and then switch to another game, similarly as it is in the case when a player buys a lottery ticket.

In short, I think "Amazing 7's” is not my kind of slots to play with real money, but playing it on demo mode is a very attractive option for me since it evokes old times, but even if this were the target, you may also choose from many other classic designed slots.

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