Rock‘n’Roller Slot Machine
Playtech’s Rock’n’Roller slot machine from Playtech is another one of those three row, three reel games that gets old very quickly. To be honest, it already feels highly dated, and this’ll be enough to put many potential players right off. However, if you like classic rock music, and a very basic, no-nonsense approach to slot machines, you might well enjoy this one.
Offering no bonus stages, and very little to get excited about (bar the sheer thrill of gambling), Rock’n’Roller certainly isn’t for everyone. Hey, at least there are guitars – we do like guitars.
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|Theme:||Rock and roll music|
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- Generous return to player rating.
- Cool sound effects and music.
- Overly simplistic game.
- No bonus features.
- Very little replay value.
The highest value symbol in the game is the platinum record. Hitting three-of-a-kind of these across a win line will award the player with a different sized prize, depending on which specific line it is they win across. We’ve broken down the pay outs below:
- Line one = 400x the bet.
- Line two = 475x the bet.
- Line three = 550x the bet.
- Line four = 625x the bet.
- Line five = 700x the bet.
The Rock’n’Roller slot machine doesn’t have any features as such. Other than the “top jackpots” section we’ve already mentioned, the game is incredibly basic. There are no free spins, no “pick a box” bonuses, and no cinematic effects. There are however a few neat little rock and roll riffs played at players. These follow wins and the like.
In addition to the platinum album high value symbols, there are also those that pay less. These are all from the world and rock and roll, and are suitably musical. Hitting three-of-a-kind of each will pay the following:
- Gold records = 150x the line bet.
- Any three records =100x the line bet.
- Guitars = 50x the line bet.
- Harmonicas = 40x the line bet.
- Drums = 25x the line bet.
- Any three instruments = 5x the line bet.
- Any three blanks = 2x the line bet.
Like other facets of the Rock’n’Roller slot machine, the betting limits are basic. You can vary the number of win lines played (between one and five), and the value of each bet placed per line (between 1p, and £5). This makes the largest possible bet per spin £25, and the lowest just 1p.
What We Think
To conclude, the Rock’n’Roller slot machine is a very basic game that will only find appeal within a niche crowd. It’s not enough to just like rock music and gambling here, as those accustomed to modern online games of chance will be expecting much more from a slot machine in 2017. Being completely void of features and bonus rounds will limit the appeal greatly.
That said, people who do enjoy an incredibly stripped back form of betting might enjoy this simplistic, rock music inspired offering from Playtech.