Gold Digger: Mines Review
It's worth noting that Gold Digger: Mines is not your average online slot game and leans more towards a pick and click game. This slot is entirely inspired by Gold Digger: Megaways as Gus the prospector is back searching for gold.
Developed by iSoftBet, this slot is a mixture of the bonus game from Gold Digger: Megaways and a clicking game. It's entirely simple and anyone can pick up the game with ease.
If you've played the previous Gold Digger game, then you'll be familiar with the design. It's set in a dark and dingy mine with a few golden sparks to light up the screen.
The fun and friendly Gus is back and can be found to the left of the grid. Sadly, he does not animate or adds anything to the reels aside from the occasional line.
In terms of music, it's a hillbilly score that you'd expect in a slot like this. It's light and thrilling enough to build up the atmosphere.
Playing on a grid of 5x5, Gold Digger: Mines features a pick and click system where you search for gold and try to avoid TNT. That is all there is to this game and it's easy to pick up.
To the left of the grid, you'll find the bet level and the amount of TNT you want in your game. It's worth noting that the more TNT you have, the bigger the potential win.
The RTP for this slot is 98.88% which is very high for an online game. However, this can fluctuate depending on how many TNT you have in the game. If you have one TNT, then the RTP is 98.88% but it decreases the more you add.
There is no volatility level in this game as it's a pick and click game. As for the maximum win, it all depends on the TNT in the game. The developers do state that you can win a maximum of 86,400 coins!
We were definitely unsure what to make of this game when we opened it up. At first, we thought it was going to just be the Hold & Win bonus game from the previous game but it's completely different.
Traditional slot players will hate this, but people who love interacting games or more modern slots will find this refreshing. It's definitely worth checking out to see what all the fuss is about.