Gold Rally Review
Grab your pickaxe and see if you have what it takes to mine some serious gold in Gold Rally. Developed by Playtech, this Wild West themed slot plays on only 3-reels with 8 paylines available. It may seem small, but it will surprise you with its progressive jackpot.
It has a very minimalistic style that works well with this simple slot. The game was released in 2004 - so it’s expected to look a little dated. Overall, the visuals look nice and fit in with the theme of the game. It’s nothing special but does exactly what it tries to do.
The music and sounds give it a Wild West feeling with a banjo type instrument. For those of you interested in this sort of style, you’ll definitely enjoy the game. If this isn't you - then you can easily mute the game.
Gameplay is relatively easy and all you have to do is spin. The biggest problem for me was how fast the reels actually spun. They go so fast that you will never keep up. It may cause some headaches and eye issues for some people playing, so be careful when spinning.
Bets start at 5.00 and go up to 40.00 with the chance to set autospin up to 99 times. All these options can be found at the bottom of the screen.
Despite being an older game, the RTP is at an impressive 96.70% as long as you’re willing to bet between 2 and 18 coins. Base game players and people and people betting lower will find their RTP between 94.71% - 96.70% which isn't too terrible. This added with a progressive jackpot and the base max win of 5,000x makes Gold Rally great to play. It has a medium volatility level as well so you won’t have to worry about the frequency of your payouts as it should be right in the middle.
If you want a Wild West game that focuses solely on the game and winning, then try out Gold Rally. It’s not as creative as Dead or Alive, but it manages to create something that will entertain. So if you want an uncomplicated game with great chances to win, try out Gold Rally.