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Reel King Slot Review
Reel King is a 5 reel 20 payline slot game which is powered by Novomatic. You will find this game in amusement arcades and pubs up and down the country – hence its popularity. It has a classic feel to it as it features a fruit machine style twinning with a Las Vegas touch. It can be play from as little as 20p a spin to as much as £100 a spin.
This game is a medium variance slot with the majority of the bigger-sized wins coming in the Reel King feature – this isn’t triggered by getting 3 scatter symbols as per most slot games out there. It is triggered at random whether you have a winning combination or not.
Once activated, you will see a cartoon King character appear on up to 5 reels. When he appears, you will see a mini slot machine spin with his own special set of reels that will spin guaranteed wins. The bonus feature stops when you don’t manage a winning spin – the wins are rewarding to expect a minimum of 5 times your bet to be won and up to 500 times as the maximum.
There is also a customary Gamble feature which I don’t recommend. I would also say to look out for the Jester’s Hat symbol in both the base game and feature which can appear on the 3 middle reels – they can deliver decent sized wins quite often.
Reek King isn’t my favourite Novomatic slot by a long way – the game was originally made by Barcrest (think Rainbow Riches) but has been licensed through Novomatic for the online world. If you like Rainbow Riches and Reel King, you should check out Rainbow King which is a mix between the 2 and one of my favourite Novomatic slots.