You certainly know where you stand with Play’N Go slots, for they all come with a very obvious theme for a start. In fact, there are no prizes for guessing what their November 26th released the New Year Riches slot is themed around.
Players are assured of a fun filled adventure no matter at what time of the year they play that slot, and with its medium volatility, a set of free spins, just twenty pay lines spread over its five reels it’s a slot that everyone can afford to play and will have a ball playing too.
The minimum stake is a modest 0.20, but high rollers can increase the stakes they play for right up to a huge 100.00 per spin if they so desire. As for what is on offer via its jackpot payout, well that is a huge 5000 times your bet.
New Year Riches Slot
What We Like
What We Don't
- Huge Free Spins Multiplier
- Very Volatile
- Themed Reel Symbols
- Needs More Pay Lines
- Huge Payout Potential
- Sound Effects
New Year Free Spins Bonus
The way in which you get to play off the free spin feature round is by getting anywhere in view on the odd numbered reels one of the Clock symbols spinning in, those are scatters by the way. Once triggered that bonus feature offers up to 10 free spins and an increasing multiplier that increases by x2 on each free spin played off and that does of course mean the multiplier can become a whopping x20 on the tenth spin.
A special re-spin feature can be triggered during the free spins round by spinning in one, two or all three scatters on a single spin, and by doing so you are awarded with 2. 4 or 6 re-spin which play off with the multiplier that was in play when they triggered.
You really will love the theme of this slot and will always be reminded of New Year Eve’s gone by when playing it thanks to the backdrop and its colourful and fully themed reel symbols too.
The higher paying reel symbols which you will want to see spinning in on activated pay lines include the Kyoto Temple, Big Ben, Taj Mahal, and Statue of Liberty symbols.
As for the Wild symbols well, they are the bottle of champagne, but they don’t stand in for scatters, which by the way are the Clock symbols.