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A clog in your drains is something nobody wants to have to deal with, not that many of us are actually skilled enough to do the job well. However, when you brave the grime and take a look for yourselves, you don’t expect to see a horde of monsters peeping back at you.

What was first thought of as nothing more than an issue with piping, has now been revealed as a Monsters Bash courtesy of the amenities of your home. They’ve created quite the cosy living space in there, using your pipes as a means to form a 5-reel grid in which to play games and play the night away.

That would be fine if they weren’t wrecking the place, but with a bet upon each of the 9 winlines, you’ve got a lot riding on them not destroying any hope you have of earning your money back. It’s a pickle for the common homeowner, but fortunately you’re not a common person. You’ve beaten monsters back before and you’re capable of doing it again, even when the new host of critters is from a different brand, known as Gamescale.

They messed with the wrong human today. We won’t take any cheek from them, we’re armed with deep and great understanding of how slot machines work. We’ll show ‘em!

Bring it on

If a fight is about to go down, you best be prepared for whatever mayhem is about to ensue; placing a bet won’t ready you for anything if truth be known, but it’ll actually allow you to get some cash back from your experience. So you may as well dip into your pocket and play with real money.

The controls look different to most of the other Gamescale titles you’ve probably played, for they’re normally presented in an authentic looking slot machine, but the manner in which they work is much the same. As is the betting range. The lowest you can go is 0.10 per line and the highest is 2 credits; there’s no hidden amount being added to that total, it is what it is.

One area that we feel could have been much improved is the autospins options, for there aren’t any - the reels just get going and then are stopped when you tell them otherwise. Uncomplicated though it may be not having to set any options, it means the level of customisation is reduced and therefore the experience is less in-depth.

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As Cute as a Teddy Bear

The deformed looking blue teddy bear is the scatter tile, and while it may look less than pleasant, what it dishes out most certainly is. Up to 15 free spins can be yours when you find over three of the icons, though find just two and you’ll get a money reward but without the rounds.

Every wave of the free games has a x3 multiplier, giving a helping hand when you need it most. Of course, if the wild should turn up during this time, a symbol that can deliver a prize worth 9,000 credits, users will be experiencing a 36,000-coin jackpot. We won’t drone on about how hard that is to achieve, but let’s all be realistic in our expectations as we go ahead.

Once you’ve seen what the green gecko like monster can do for you, all the other payouts pale in comparison, even when the wild is combined with them to up the stakes. It’s a clever way to keep players trying for the big leagues even if they’ve got no hope in hell of reaching it.

Do the Monster Mash

Clashes with one eyed creatures covered in slime doesn’t often end up being fun, but with Monsters Bash it does thanks to the entertaining dynamics of the game. However, while it’s amusing and will keep us busy whenever we crave a bit of excitement, it’ll never stimulate us long enough to have us coming back for more. This is a game that’s been designed for quick usage and then to be easily discarded when it no longer tickles your fancy.

If we were to only comment on its aesthetics, it would get a much better response as the theme is excellently rendered to create an immersive design. The problem comes from the gameplay never bringing the environment to life, and thus the immersive quality is wasted.

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