Powered by Saucify (BetOnSoft), Diamond Dare is a one-payline classic slot, reminiscent of early slot games of yesteryear. The Diamond Dare icon is the games wild card, substituting all other symbols, and paying twice the bet staked on its own and four times the amount if players land two of them.
How to play Diamond Dare
Before players begin to hoard their diamonds and cherries and classic sevens. They should adjust their settings.
Symbols in Diamond Dare
The diamond symbol, in addition to being the highest paying icon, also acts as the game's wild and replaces all other symbols on the reels, awarding players additional winning combinations.
Even better, these wins are all subject to a multiplier, as mentioned above either doubling or quadrupling players wins. Players then should seek to obtain as many diamond symbols as they can.
The sevens symbol is the next highest paying symbol, awarding players 240 coins for a win, with the triple, double and single gold bars paying out 120, 75 and 30 coins respectively. Players will need to land at least three in a row to be awarded a win. Players who are fortunate to get any of these symbols to fill the entire line will receive fifteen additional coins.
Cherry symbols pay out six coins if they appear, with fifteen for two of them and thirty if the reels are full of cherry symbols.
Special features of Diamond Dare
The Bonus Bucks game is activated when the Bonus Bucks symbol appears on the third reel, and four coins are played. Players are taken to an additional screen where there are ten stacks of money, and one of them will be awarded to a player.
This tidy little jackpot is worth a whopping 2,500 coins to a player should three Diamond Dare icons appear on the reels.
Saucify's Diamond Dare is a traditional three-reel slot that will easily satisfy the playing needs of most slot traditionalists. All of the classic slot symbols are there, making it very familiar to arcade slot games yet players also has a touch of class with the diamond feature, making this slot stand out from its competitors.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring