Burning Slots Review
Classic fruit machine games are extremely popular because they keep things easy to understand and remind us of simpler times. However, Burning Slots Cash Mesh builds on the traditional idea to make things a little more interesting with a wild modifier and a potentially valuable ‘hold and win’ feature.
Until you see the game in action, it would be difficult to know that it has an Irish theme; the game’s title doesn't give it away and neither does the backing music. Once you start spinning the reels you'll see that there are 3-leaf clovers—not sure what happened to the 4th—in the background to give you the idea that the Emerald Isle has influenced this game.
The bonus symbols and scatter symbols are both typically Irish-themed but have no real value other than their initial payouts, which we can't state enough is both disappointing and confusing at the same time.
If you would like to be suitably bemused by this setup while out and about, then feel free to load her up on your Apple and Android devices.
The main bulk of the action is found during the Cash Mesh feature, which makes sense as this game has been built around the idea. The base game provides little in terms of entertainment other than the expanding wilds but these could produce some big wins.
The game producers are keeping tight-lipped about the maximum payout on this game until the very last minute, so check back soon to see the exact figure. What we can say is that the RTP sits at 96.07% and the volatility is set to medium.
Games that revolve around a ‘hold and win’ feature do tend to focus heavily on this and omit any other add-ons, so we weren't entirely surprised that Burning Slots Cash Mesh followed suit. This game is perhaps a better choice for those simply looking to hit a spin button and potentially win some cash prizes rather than those who want an intricate storyline, stunning backdrop and an intriguing journey.