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Toki Time Slot Review

If you’re looking for a slot game that personifies cuteness then it’s probably going to be ‘Toki Time.’ This colourful release comes from Thunderkick games who certainly know how to release a successful slot.
Do you remember all those Japanese games that used to be out in the 1990s? Well this slot will definitely remind you of those. The backdrop to the game has a rather colourful view that reminded me a little bit of the Teletubbies.

This is a five-reel game that has three rows of symbols and eleven paylines. Those of you who always worry about just how many paylines you should be activating won’t have any worries here as the eleven are a fixed number. Your task is simply to decide your stake for each spin of the reels. Well actually there aren’t any reels to spin in this game. Instead the symbols simply get fired out of holes in the ground and then come to a sudden slot. Another difference here is that you can get winning combinations in both directions.

Simply work out a financial budget that allows you to play the game without any financial worries apart perhaps from what you’re going to do with all the money you’re about to win. Playing the game costs between £0.10 and £100 so high rollers can have some fun here.

There are seven symbols in this game and five of them are cute little creatures. They come in purple, red, green blue and yellow. We also get a cloud and a star. The wild symbol is what looks like a sheep but could be anything really. You won’t really mind what it is when it gets you a winning combination after substituting for other symbols. It only appears on the second and fourth reels though. It’s a busy little creature as it also plays a part in triggering the bonus feature in ‘Toki Time.’

All the information you need to know about the game can be found in the paytable. If you look through that and then have some free games then you’ll be ready for the real cash battle ahead.

Bonus Game

Look out for the wild symbol because that little sheep can squeeze out of the hole In the ground and work wonders. On the second and fourth reels he can expand to take up the whole reel. If he helps get you a winning combination you also get a free respin and he’ll stay exactly where he is. You keep having this happen until no more wins are achieved. You’ll win lots if managing to get the wild on both reels at the same time.

Conclusion

A bright and cheerful game from Thunderkick Games. It may look childish but there’s still plenty of fun to be had and the bonus game can definitely be profitable, especially if both those busy wild symbols become sticky. If you are playing for a while you might want to mute the soundtrack though as that could possibly cause insanity after a certain length of time.