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Wow, this is a seriously fancy classic slot machine. It’s so sleek and attractive, and is more rewarding than the vast majority out there; 7 Slots feels like it’s the retro gaming experience you’ve been waiting for. 

Classic titles are all the age now, the latest trend being to go back and explore the wonders of old school activities rather than enjoy contemporary ones, and so many brands have pumped out slots promising to do just that. Yet so few actually hit the mark and make it worth our time. 

You won’t get any bonus games – no surprises there – but you will get many free spins and hefty cash prizes, though your bet needs to be equally as large if you’re looking to play for real. Let’s get a taste of this baby in action. 

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How to Play

Everything you need to play this title can be found underneath the 3x5 grid, all of which is well labelled to ensure ease of use. Out of all the widgets, it’s the lines and bet per lines ones that you’ll need to locate first. 

Now before we go any further, we have to make a point of hammering home how demanding (money wise) this activity is – Whow Games has delivered you a stunning treat, but it comes at a steep cost. 

The lowest amount you can bet on your active lines is 50 credits, which you’ll all agree is a very large amount. Add to that the fact that you’re then placing those credits on every one of the paylines, and your total bet is over 1,000, and that’s at the lowest betting range. Should you go up to 1,000 credits per line you’ll be playing with 25,000! 

There has been a max bet button added in for your convenience, but we wonder who will actually ever use it as it’s such a staggering amount to be risking. That is some serious money to be gambling with, so make sure you want to take that plunge and have the funds to do so. 

Normally we’d say to just reduce the number of paylines, but with a title like this it doesn’t make much difference. Even if you go down to the minimum number of 5 with the smallest stake attached, you’re still looking at spending 250 credits. This title is by no means accessible to the masses, it’s for those who have money to play with at their leisure and aren’t afraid to do so. 

The auto toggle we’re a lot less afraid of as it holds no monetary worth and is just a means to an end; arguably the most friendly of the controls on the panel, it spins when you tell it to. If you want to terminate this option, click it again and you will return to manual gameplay and be able to be more hands on. 

The Tiles

There are single cherries, double 7s, BAR symbols all over the place and some glittering bells to boot, which basically adds up to one busy and overwhelming game. Not to worry, as all you really need to know is that you need three of them (matching) in order to win anything, and if you should get all five you will win a big payout. 

Out of all of them, the wild, while removing the symbols that aren’t helpful to you, also gifts you a very cool 10,000 credits. So as you can see, as pricey as the game is, it rewards you in kind. The lowest paying tile is the single lonely cherry, only offering up 75 credits for every five, which while smaller than that 10,000, is still a great payout value. 

The scatter is clearly marked as free spins, and so you immediately know what you’re going to win should you find between three and five of them – that’s correct, you’ll get rounds on the house. Players can get up to 40 spins and 500 coins when they find five. 

Final Thoughts

How we opened this guide is how we should end it: wow. This game is fantastic, and you can see immediately that a lot of effort and money has gone into making it what it is. However, it’s so costly that very few people will ever be able to play it outside of demo mode - hardly anyone has 250 credits lying around.

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