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Saucify is hardly a household name when it comes to online slots, as the brand hasn’t been able to really hit the mark since its 2006 launch. While they’ve rolled out a few fun games here and there (see Tails of New York and Monkey Business), they haven’t launched anything that’s been brand defining.

That being said, that hasn’t stopped Saucify from going back to the drawing board to create something special. Enter Midnight Racer, a game that is attempting to put pedal to the metal.

There have been a lot of forgettable Saucify games in the past, as the brand is continually looking to move from its BetOnSoft roots. So, does Midnight Racer represent the step forward that the developer has been longing for? The following review answers that question and more!

Stuck in First Gear

When it comes to its theme, Midnight Racer is a blend of the average and the awful, as while the game might be new, the visuals here are pretty dated. The game is based around what looks to be a knock off version of the Fast and Furious movies, with it looking pretty tacky at that. The images of the early Fast and Furious haven’t aged well, so we can’t imagine why any developer would think they would fit into a slot game in 2017.

In a positive, the game does have some crystal clear production values (along with some advanced animations), so while the theme and graphics used are outdated, they at least look crisp on screen.

In a twist from the norm, it’s actually the low-value symbols in this game that actually look the best. The usual card suites have been given a fresh neon look, which makes them the shining light in this game. What’s disappointing is that the high value symbols here, the “characters” in Midnight Racer included, look as drab as can be.

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Drifting round the Corners

Midnight Racer looks pretty uninspiring, but this real money slots release does have a few gameplay quirks that make it worth trying. First, across the 5 reels and 3 rows, players can easily make use of up to 30 paylines. With that in mind, the minimum wager in Midnight Racer is 0.30, so it’s at least budget friendly. The max is 37.50.

Through this you can probably guess that the jackpots here are hardly scintillating, as the biggest base game jackpot is 7,000 coins, which is pretty middle of the road by our standards.

Nothing under the Hood

If you loaded up Midnight Racer expecting to experience a bevvy of bonus features, sadly we feel that you’re going to be left feeling disappointed. This game just doesn’t have much muscle in this department, as Midnight Racer just doesn’t get out of the starting blocks. Yes, you do have wilds and free spins to grab here (up to 20 in fact), but in our eyes it just isn’t enough.

Saucify clearly have the financial clout to create game after game, but they should show a little more focus and realise that players are clambering for bonus rounds.

Slamming on the Breaks

One thing that Saucify tends to do is standardise the controls within all of its games. This has its own positives and drawbacks, especially in the case of Midnight Racer. The steel looking buttons make an appearance here and to an extent tie in with the theme, but as per usual they are poorly designed and make the game a little cumbersome to navigate. Any game that makes you jump between screens in order to place a wager raises concern with us, and that certainly is the case here.

Midnight Racer Comes to a Screeching Halt!

Midnight Racer is racing into the online casinos of the world, if you pardon the pun, but it does very little to get slots fans out of their seats. As you make your way through this game you quickly find that it’s largely pretty drab. While it isn’t an offensively bad title, it certainly isn’t a real money slots release for the ages either.

The theme is pretty boring, the bonuses are half-baked, and the controls are fiddly at best, so it really is hard to recommend Midnight Racer to anyone who is on the hunt for engaging slots action.

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