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Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills
Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills
Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills
Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills
Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills
Game Review Ultimate Grill Thrills

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Ultimate Grill Thrills

Ultimate Grill Thrills is a five reel video slot and is the bigger brother of Grill Thrills. This version bolts on an additional progressive jackpot whilst maintaining features such as wilds, scatters and free spins. Oh and there's a whole lot of grilling too!

Ultimate Grill Thrills Theme

Beers, sausages, a cat licking its lips and a barbecue all appear within the slot background. Even the buttons have been themed to look like small lumps of coal, ready to be thrown on the barbecue.

A veritable feast appears on the reels with different foods representing the slots reel icons. These include steak, salmon steaks, burgers, kebabs, corn, hot dogs, spatulas, condiments and beer. You’ll also notice three characters which include a rather excitable dog, the chef and his cocktail sipping girlfriend.

Betting Options and More Functions

There’s an auto play button nestled in the bottom right hand corner of the slot. By pressing this you can choose a preselected number of spins which will play automatically without the need to press the spin button. If you change your mind you can stop these spins at any point.

This slot has one major improvement over the standard game; a progressive jackpot. This can be won when five wild icons appear on a payline. The paytable says that higher bets have a better chance of winning, but at least there’s a chance of winning with every wager.

Ultimate Grill Thrills Slot Features

Bouncer, the excitable dog, may be making off with the chefs sausages but is still one of the most useful icons. This icon is wild which means it can substitute for any regular icon (not the bonus ones though).

The blonde lady will award prizes when 2, 3, 4 or 5 icons appear on screen. If this happens you will receive 1, 5, 10 or 20 coins respectively.

The chef also has a role to play because three of his icons will award the cash kebab bonus game. During this multi level bonus round you'll build your ideal kebab for cash rewards if your choices are good.

Our Take on Ultimate Grill Thrills

Grill Thrills is good; Ultimate Grill Thrills is better. You can't deny that, taking into account the additional features and progressive jackpot. Granted the graphics are the same, which sadly condemns the regular version of this slot. This one's a cracker though, try it yourself.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
    Reels
  • 20
    Pay lines
  • $20,000.00
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • No
    Multiplier
  • $0.05 - $200.00
    Betting range
  • 0.05 - 10.0
    Coin bet range
  • 1
    Coins per line
  • Yes
    Progressive
  • 2000
    Max coins jackpot
  • 20
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • No
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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