Midnight in Tokyo Review
It's time to hit the streets of Tokyo at nighttime and you'll never know who you'll bump into. Surprisingly, it's a gang of cats that actually own the streets at night and you're on their turf now.
The slot plays on 5-reels with 243+ ways to win and an adjustable volatility level. Wazdan's Midnight in Tokyo also features the Hold the Jackpot with two different wilds that can lead to wins of 3,000x your stake.
Set against the beautiful backdrop of Tokyo is exactly where you'll find this slot. There are multiple skyscrapers lit up in the background connected to the reels by a river.
Of course, the reels fit in with the Oriental theme with a pagoda hut being the centre of the reels. Naturally, the reels contain various oriental symbols to fully fit in with the theme.
As expected, the music is typically oriental with chimes and other stringed instruments but adds another level with an electronic score in the background. It adds more excitement to the slot building up the wins.
There are a few cool features in this slot but nothing too crazy. Of course, it features the Hold the Jackpot and splitting wilds but they are all self-explanatory. There are only 5-reels with 243+ paylines, so it's manageable to understand.
In terms of menus, they can all be found at the bottom of the screen. The spin button is to the far right with the autospin and bet level just next to it. Further to the left, you'll notice even more menus that include sound buttons and instructions on how to play.
As for the win potential, that's where this slot begins to lose steam. The Grand Jackpot can lead to wins of 1,000x their stake, whilst the Moon symbols during the jackpot game can lead to wins of up to 1,233x your stake. According to the developers, you can win up to 3,000x your stake on this slot which can be won through a combination of all the features.
Despite the low amount, this slot actually has an adjustable volatility level so that you can decide what kind of gameplay you'd want. It has an RTP of 96.16% - which is a steady amount but nothing too special.
Of course, who doesn't want to lose a slot all about cats in Tokyo - but sadly this one has loads of teething problems. Whilst the visuals are fun to look at - they aren't anything special and the same can be said for the gameplay and win potential. Perhaps, the greatest thing about this slot is the adjustable volatility level but that's about it.
If you love animal slots and specifically anything to do with cats, then you'll most likely enjoy moments of this slot. However, if you'd prefer something with a bigger payout then try out Birds on a Wire or Fei Cui Gong Zhu.