Hop aboard the Win Escalator, a four reel, eight reel fruit machine powered by the specialists at Red Tiger Gaming.
Players should look out for wild symbols that fall one icon position at a time whenever they land. Players will also notice that the reels expand as well during the activated free spins round.
Playing Win Escalator
There’s a radiant look to the symbolism in Win Escalator. On the reels, players can notice nine classic fruity icons, including cherries, grapes, lemons, oranges, melons, stars, bells and horseshoes.
The top-paying icon is the lucky seven that pays out fifteen to forty times a players total bet stake should they land three or four on a line.
The white diamond is the games wild replacing everything apart from the free spins scatter symbol and pays forty times their bet stake in coins should they land four and form a winning combination.
Whenever a wild diamond falls, it locks and then falls down on the reels one position at a time on the subsequent spin until it drops off the bottom of the screen, this is known as the Diamond Wilds round.
Players will need to land three of the free spins icons on the same spin to activate the Free Spins round. Once achieved, players can then expect to receive ten free spins. What’s more, every time a wild falls during the round, additional free spins is added to their total.
During the free spins, round players will also see an arrow appear, meaning that the reels will begin to increase in size. These expansions can boost the reel size by up to five additional rows during the free spins – known as the Expanding feature.
The theme in Win Escalator is fresh and modern with the electronic backing track bouncing nicely along. The gameplay is straightforward, and players can expect to see plenty of falling wilds that can deliver some decent results as can the expanding reels in the Free Spins round.
Players that enjoy slots with a back story and features, then this probably won’t gage their interest. On the other hand, fans of retro fruit machines will love Win Escalator.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring