Slammin’ 7s has already proven itself to be a rather popular online slot for iSoftBet. You will be hard-pressed to find any slot which can match the design of Slammin’ 7s for originality.
The look of the slot is quite unique, given that it is essentially a classic slot with added features. There may be five reels on the screen, but two of those are bonus reels, so standard wins only come from the first three reels.
If you’re rapidly getting tired of the same old style of online slot gameplay, you’d do well to check out what Slammin’ 7s can offer you.
iSoftBet has a knack of developing some original games, and they don’t come much more original than this.
Given that they have done away with some of the more standardised special features which appear in their slots and those of other developers, iSoftBet have had to come up with a whole new array of features for you to enjoy, and a new method of delivering them. It is those features which make Slammin’ 7s well worth a look.
How to play it
There are 27 paylines spread over the 5 reels of this slot, and they are non-adjustable. As we’ve said, there aren’t really 5 payline paying reels in this slot. Instead, you are playing a classic slot machine game, although bonus symbols can land on the final two reels to boost your wins.
The wagers in this game certainly don’t add up mathematically to the number of paylines present in the game. You are likely expecting to wager a minimum bet of $0.27 per spin on this slot. That won’t be the case. Slammin’ 7s has a minimum stake of $0.50 per spin, because of those added special features.
This may price out some players operating on smaller budgets, but even they may wish to give it a go due to its unique features. Players will find that the maximum wager is reasonable at just $25 a spin.
How much can you win?
Slammin’ 7s claims that you can win as much as 25,000 coins via its non-progressive jackpot. We didn’t get anywhere near that figure. However, the most you can win per payline is 300 coins. To do that, players need to land 3 of the Slammin’ 7 icons on any payline in the game.
Apart from that symbol, the triple bar, double bar, single bar, and numerous “7” symbols will provide you with wins which range from 10 coins up to 200 coins in all.
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Feature symbols: There are no wild symbols in this slot machine. There are also no standard features as you would normally expect to find them. Instead, feature symbols can appear on the final two reels of the slot. When they appear in the middle of those reels, players will pocket one of three available bonuses in the game.
Multiplier symbols: The first of these three bonuses are multiplier symbols. They can multiply your total winnings by 2x, 5x, or 10x the normal rate of pay. Again, they must appear alongside a winning 3-of-a-kind combination to be of any use at all. The same is true of all the feature symbols.
Re-spins: Although there is no free spins bonus in this slot, there is most certainly a re-spins feature. This can be triggered by landing the re-spins bonus icon on the reels.
Players will kick things off by landing 5 re-spins, although they can bag more by landing additional re-spin symbols on the fourth and fifth reels. During this feature, all wins will be doubled courtesy of a 2x multiplier.
Extra coin wins: iSoftBet have decided to include instant cash prizes into the design of this slot. When the +25, +50, +100, or +500 symbols appear in the middle of the fourth and fifth reels alongside a winning combination, players will pocket instant cash prizes of 25, 50, 100, or 500 coins which will be added to their winnings.
Overall experience and final thoughts
Slammin’ 7s has one of the most creative and original features of any slot we’ve seen over the last few years. iSoftBet deserve a lot of credit for thinking outside of the box with this game.
Although it is a classic slot machine, the addition of such nifty bonus features on the fourth and fifth reels really makes this slot worthwhile. Most players won’t even mind paying a little extra per spin due to the frequency of which these symbols appear and do the business for them.