Fly Cats Review
It's hard to know what to expect from Fly Cats when you first lay eyes on it. It's clear that it's going to be noisy and the fact that Dream Drop is present means that these prizes could be incredible.
No detail was considered too small when the design team got together to come up with a final draft of this slot. From the graffiti to the dancing Statue of Liberty, everything's been carefully thought about; we have to take our hats off to Relax Gaming.
Even the music equipment has animated levels and occasionally a plane flies past much to the delight of the dancing statue. There's a pretty standard hip-hop beat keeping the features company and various symbols produce their own special little sound effects that are perfectly in keeping with the theme.
The tension is obvious throughout the base game as you know that the basketball might turn up to take you away to the Dream Drop Jackpot feature. There's also the promise of landing scatter symbols to grab free spins and the additional mystery symbol also helps keep you glued to the screen. There are enough audiovisual effects to make even a bad run of spins pretty fun to watch, but don't get too caught up and always keep an eye on your budget.
The Dream Drop Jackpots can grow to enormous levels and as you have seen, the Mega prize will always be a minimum of €500,000. Beyond these prizes, this game's maximum payout is 5,000x, the volatility is high and the RTP is understandably a little low due to the jackpot contribution; it stands at 94%.
Fly Cats is a visual treat with lots for the eyes to explore and stop you from fixating on the reels while you enjoy a slot session. The features are fairly basic but good fun at the same time and the payout potential is, well, it's Dream Drop!