Rage To Riches Slot Machine
Rage to Riches is a fun slot machine where the three large monsters are out to destroy the city. Each spin of the reels can result in big wins thanks to the cascading reels which allow for multiple wins to take place on the same spin, with an increasing multiplier for each. The bonus game is where a selected monster starts destroying the buildings to generate prizes for the player.
Rage to Riches Slot Machine: rules and general information
The Rage to Riches slot machine from Play’n GO comes with a different design that quickly makes it stand out. Fans of Donkey Kong will certainly find some similarities between the two but the slot certainly adds its own twist. The game starts with a short clip showing a woman being attacked by a huge monster. Then the screen becomes available. This has five reels and three rows where there can be up to 20 lines selected. A main feature is the cascading reels which will make the winning symbols explode and let others fall in their place from above. Getting consecutive wins with this feature on the same bet will also increase the multiplier by one every time, up to x5. The Rage to Riches symbol is wild and will substitute for all but the scatter. Getting a combination made out of Ten, Jack, Queen, King and Ace in this order on adjacent reels will result in one bonus star. Collecting five bonus starts will start the bonus game where the player must select one of the monsters and then what building to attack. Each building destroyed in this mode will offer a prize and the mode ends if the monster is defeated or if all the buildings have been destroyed. Wins can go up to 100x the total bet in the bonus mode. The scatter is the image of the girl drying her hair and thee are needed to trigger 10 free spins which can be re-triggered for a total of up to 50 rounds. During the free spins, a win is guaranteed on every three spins. The symbols show three different monsters as a monkey, a dinosaur and a wolf. There are also the five card symbols mentioned before which are shown as graffiti on the walls.