The luxurious lifestyles of the super wealthy is the theme of Rich Man’s Toy’s. Powered by Genesis Gaming and played using a 5 reel, 4 row, 100 payline game engine, it comes with a free spins feature with a randomly chosen special stacked symbol. Play from between £1 and £1,000 per spin.
A sun-kissed harbour forms the backdrop to the reels in Rich Man’s Toys – the reels live up to the game’s name too. Joining the lower value A to 10 playing cards are a couple in a jacuzzi, a luxury yacht, a sports car and a gold private jet. The plane is the top paying standard symbol, awarding up to 50 coins per payline.
That sounds skinny but all the symbols can land fully stacked offering a chance to create multiple winning lines on the same spin. Joining the standard symbols is the champagne bottle which is the wild. It substitutes for everything apart from the scatter. 5 wilds on a payline and you’ll pocket a 500-coin bonus.
The mansion symbol is the scatter – this can land fully stacked on reels 2, 3 and 4. Land at least 5 scatters across those middle 3 reels and you’ll trigger the Free Spin feature – here you are awarded 5 free spins. For each extra scatter on show on the triggering spin, another 5 free spins will be added to your tally giving you a potential 40 free spins.
Once the feature is triggered, 1 of the scatters will reveal 1 of the higher value jacuzzi, yacht, car or plane symbols. This will become the chosen stacked symbol for the duration of the feature. You can re-trigger more free spins here if you manage to land enough scatters across reels 2, 3 and 4 on the same free spin giving you a potential 80 free spins overall.
We were a little disappointed with Rich Man’s Toys – the design was solid enough but lacked the bling we’d have expected given the luxury theme. The same was true of the gameplay which we found a little dull. The free spins round is decent enough but offers nothing that we haven’t seen hundreds of times before. We found it easy enough to trigger and landed a mixed bag of payouts.
With its simple visuals and basic features, Rich Man’s Toys doesn’t really live up to the luxury theme. If you’re after a taste of understated elegance, we’d point you in the direction of Play ‘N Go’s Pimped or NetEnt’s Mega Fortune Dreams.