Reel Rush Slot Review
‘Reel Rush’ is a game from NetEnt that has a bit of a retro feel to it. It’s a bit different from a lot of slot games that have been released by this exceptional company. This is certainly interesting though and is well worth a play.
This is a five-reel game that has five rows of symbols. It has an incredible 3,125 different ways of getting you a winning combination. That’s so many you’ll probably feel a bit unlucky if a spin fails to get you a win, it does happen of course, that’s life. Playing the game costs between £0.50 and £500, that’s a really wide range that should satisfy everyone, regardless of whether you’re just playing for fun or are a high roller out to win big cash prizes.
You can play this game on your PC and it’s also iOS and Android compatible. That means you can play ‘Reel Rush’ whenever and wherever you want.
The symbols in this game are a collection of candy and fruits with a cartoonish look to them. The others are blue with a kind of star that has the letter R written on them. These certainly give the game a bright look but they’re not the most brilliant designs I’ve ever seen but do have that retro feel and obviously those days symbols weren’t exactly spectacular.
The wild symbol here is the brown coloured one that has Wild written on it. This can substitute for others in the game to get you some winning combinations. It only appears on the second, third, fourth and fifth reels.
There’s an autoplay feature in this game which is handy if you want to take a bit of time away from the screen. You can set between ten and a thousand automated spins. Alternatively you can set an advanced set of rules that allow you to stop the autoplay if, for example, your account balance reaches a certain figure, good or bad.
With each win two of the ‘R’ symbols suddenly get scratched away and you get a free respin of the reels. Look above the reels and you’ll see a row of stars. There are six of them and when you get a win, one of them lights up. Each consecutive win will light up another star and when you get six then you’ll receive eight free spins. When the wins stop the R’s come back and the star count goes back to zero.
It might look here as if there isn’t actually a great deal going on but that’s not the case. ‘Reel Rush’ has a retro look to it that will appeal to those who were playing video games in days gone by. The respins that can possibly lead to some free spins can get you a decent flow of wins and that’s never anything to complain about. There are better NetEnt games out there but this is still worth a play if you fancy something a little bit different.