Gold Slam is a 5-reel classic video slot from Sheriff Gaming. Gameplay occurs over 9 pay lines and includes wilds, nudges and a double-up bonus game. On the face of it this slot seems to have enough to appeal to classic slot and modern slot fans alike, but is that really the case?
Gold Slam Theme
Gold Slam, as you’d probably be able to predict, makes full use of a gold color scheme. This doesn’t look too ostentatious though, but is far more classy because it is toned down somewhat by some clever drop shadows.
The reel icons are all fruit themed, so in that respect sticks to the classic format. These icons include oranges, cherries, melons, grapes, yellow single Bar, red double Bar, blue triple Bar and golden 7’s. It’s the 7’s you’ll want to look out for because 9 appearing on the final 3 reels will award the slots 100,000 coin jackpot.
Betting Options and More Functions
There’s a decent range of bets available. Players can choose to wager anything from 0.10 to $25 per spin. There’s an automatic spin mode too, which is seldom found on other classic slots but is certainly a welcome addition here.
Gold Slam Features
Wild icons do a little more than on comparable slots. These golden wilds cannot only substitute for other icons to create wins by can randomly trigger nudging wilds too. If this happens the reels will automatically nudge to create a string of 3 wild icons on reel 3. This greatly increases your chances of winning a prize.
Each win can trigger the 50/50 double up bonus round. This takes place by pressing either the star or 1 coin below the paytable. Your prize will be doubled if the guess is correct. You’ll know if you get it wrong because a glass shatter sound plays, plus your prize will be wiped out.
Our Take on Gold Slam
Gold Slam is a conundrum of a slot. It’s not quite a traditional slot, but it’s a not a modern one either. Thankfully this strange format works well and we think it’ll have mass appeal, especially as the top prize can pay up to $10,000.
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