Wheel Of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin Slots
Last updated on 22nd September 2015
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If you like your slots to be big, brash and noisy then you might fancy taking Wheel Of Fortune - Triple Extreme Spin. This is a 5 reel IGT game that's available to play at Star Spins. It boasts 720 different ways to win with Multiway Xtra and it's based on the popular US TV Show.
Wheel Of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin allows you to choose the coin size but you must always play 50 coins. The price options at Star Spins are 1p, 2p, 3p, 5p and 10p meaning the maximum you can play per spin is £5. The reels are in a diamond formation which makes it very confusing to figure out which line may or may not be a winner. Our advice is just hit 'spin' and go with the flow.
There are a number of features associated with this slot including wilds, scatter and the extreme bonus round. Wilds explain themselves as they do here exactly what they do on every other slot game that's out there. Scatter may surprise you as it doesn't scatter at all - instead you get three bonus wheels spinning to determine how much bonus you've won.
The Extreme Bonus Round is a lot more exciting. First you're asked to pick from a number of envelopes to determine which pointers you'll have on the bonus wheels. These wheels then spin to determine the value of your bonus - and hopefully this is then boosted with a good multiplier value on the yellow wheel. This was the highlight of the game for us and it also resulted in a decent sized win.
Wheel Of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin is a real in your face slot. It's bright, it's noisy, the icons are typical "Vegas" - everything you'd want a game to be in fact. The multiple win lines however are really confusing. Yes it's nice there are 720 ways to win but in essence that just turns this into a block of random images game. The Scatter round is disappointing although the Bonus round does make up for it.
The big question when reviewing slots is would we go back and play again? The answer is "yes" as even for a few minutes you can pretend that you're really playing in a big Vegas casino.