Dublin Up Doublemax Review
Released through Yggdrasil's YGS Masters programme, Dublin Up Doublemax is an Irish slot developed by Reflex Gaming focusing on the wonderful and magical aspects of Irish culture.
Playing on 5-reels with 25 paylines, this quaint little slot features free spins, Pop and Drop cascades, Faery Magic and multipliers leading to enchanting wins of up to 20,000x the stake.
The slot is set in a forest filled with bright colours and flowers as well as a fairy sitting to the left of the reels. She is covered in green and has red hair to fit in with the Irish theme. Throughout spins, she is animated which adds a little extra to the slot.
All the symbols are what you'd expect in an Irish slot with green hats, horseshoes, pots of gold and clovers. The music is a woodwind score paired with a harp to create something whimsical and befitting for a fairytale slot.
In terms of the gameplay, there is nothing overly unique about this slot as there are free spins and modifiers throughout. That's not to say that the game is not entertaining or exciting - but there is nothing new.
At the bottom of the screen, there is the spin button as well as the bet level button. Non-UK players will also find a bonus buy button allowing access to the free spins round at a cost.
We are certainly torn over the win potential as it starts off quite poor with an RTP of 95.5% which is under the average level but redeems itself with the high maximum win of 20,000x the stake.
This high volatility slot can see wins of up to 20,000x the stake with the multipliers in free spins which will certainly appeal to players.
As far as Irish slots go, Dublin Up Doublemax feels quite fresh in terms of the design as the developers have gone for a fairytale theme instead of the overly used leprechaun theme. However, the visuals do feel a little dated but this is compensated by the wonderful gameplay.
Whilst there is nothing original, all the gameplay combines to deliver a fun and entertaining experience. This is certainly the go-to slot for a player wanting a tasteful Irish theme paired with big wins.