King Carrot Review
There's been Royal Potatoes but never a fully titled vegetable - that was until Hacksaw Gaming released King Carrot. This foot slot plays on a grid of 7x7 and uses the Cluster Pays mechanic like most other Hacksaw Gaming slots.
With King Carrot, you are treated to a cutesy design followed by free spins and a variety of features delivering wins of up to 10,000x stake.
There's a bright and vibrant forest view in the distance filled with pastel colours. When you open up the slot, you'll notice a few animations such as leaves falling and the wind rustling other plant life but the main focus is the food on the reels.
If you've played Jammin' Jars and wanted to actually see faces on your fruit and vegetables, then King Carrot will delight you. All of the food have adorable looking faces with different expressions as well as animations making them dance.
The music choice for this slot can only be described as funky as there are drums, bass and other instruments building the music. It's upbeat and sultry which is strange for this slot but blends in well with the whole aesthetic.
Like most Hacksaw Gaming slots, this one contains the Cluster Pays mechanic that matches up symbols and works perfectly with the theme. This paired with free spins and the King Carrot symbol leads to some fantastic gameplay at times.
All the menus can be found at the bottom of the screen with the spin button at the bottom right and the bet level just to the left of it.
Starting off strong with an RTP of 96.30%, King Carrot has a decent win potential that will appeal to casual slot players. It has a medium volatility level leading to a mixture of high volatility and low volatility wins.
According to the developers, the hit rate is 30.90% meaning that is the percentage that you'll hit a winning combination. There is also a maximum win of 10,000x your stake which can be achieved through the multiplier.
Hacksaw Gaming has delivered another winner with King Carrot as the design is adorable and reminiscent of the artwork from Stick 'Em. The use of Cluster Pays is still quite fresh with Hacksaw Gaming and plays similar to Jammin' Jars.
King Carrot and the whole package is brilliant, it's the perfect game for players who love bright and colourful Cluster Pays but want something a little tongue-in-cheek.