More Gold Diggin’ Casino Game
This BetSoft slot is a sequel to the very popular Gold Diggers and features a pair of impressively animated redneck characters who stand either side of the reels.
They work in an old fashioned mine, where ropes and pulleys are the order of the day, while TNT is used to blast the mine to extract gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, jades and oil.
The two characters are joined by a particularly mischievous gopher, who adds further humor to the slot. The game has a unique feel due to the exploding symbols format, where many wins can come with just one spin, while multipliers play a big part too.
How to Win on More Gold Diggin’
The first thing you’ll notice when you hit spin is the fact that the symbols fall onto the reels, as opposed to the more standard spinning motion. This is due to the to the exploding reels feature. Every time you land a win by lining up at least three symbols from left to right on a pay line, the winning symbols will now explode, the symbols from above falling into their place, with new symbols appearing at the top of the reels. The reels will now be re-evaluated and any more wins will also be paid out, with these symbols disappearing again – the process continuing until no more wins are gained.
Your first win is paid out as standard, however subsequent wins gained from the exploding reels will see 2x, 3x and then 5x multipliers attached to the wins, making for some very nice payouts. Of course, all of the additional wins gained due to the exploding reels come at the cost of just the original spin.
The diamond is the top paying symbol with a top prize of 2,500 coins, while the gold and silver clusters are next on the pay table at 1000 and 500 coins respectively. Oil, copper, rubies and jades complete the standard symbols. To aid you in your wins, three sticks of dynamite act as the wild symbols and will substitute for any other on the reels.
Every time you win, you’ll have the option of taking a ‘double up’ gamble. When choosing to gamble option you’ll be taken to a room where a blonde haired cowgirl waits with a pack of cards. She’ll deal five cards, the last of which is face up. You’ll now pick one of the four face down cards and aim for it to be higher than the face up one – get it right and you’ve doubled your money, get it wrong and the cowgirl will look at you with big, sad eyes!
The feature is landed by hitting the barrel of TNT symbol three times in a row on one of the pay lines. This feature is very similar to the base game but the rewards are much higher, as the multipliers start at 3x, but move through to 6x, 9x and 15x if you can manage to land a fourth win with just one spin.
Design and Setup
You’re certainly in for a visual treat when playing More Gold Diggin’. The combination of the two rednecks and the gopher add a lot of character to the game, especially when the gopher bites one of the characters or pops up in the middle of the screen, although you won’t be impressed by the dancing ability of the rednecks! The graphics are excellent throughout the game, while the gamble feature looks great too. The accompanying sound is perfect, a twangy banjo playing throughout, while you also hear the occasional ‘yeehaw’ from the rednecks.
The game is played out on the very popular 5×3 configuration and has a set number of 25 pay lines. You’ll choose both the coin value which ranges from just 2c all the way through to a dollar and the bet per line where you’ll choose 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. The maximum bet per line of 5 means you’ll pay 125 credits for each spin – this can be set simply by hitting the ‘Bet Max’ button.
Hitting the auto play option brings up a box where you’ll choose the bet per line, the coin value and the number of spins – then sit back and enjoy the action on the screen.
More Gold Diggin’ is a fun filled, enjoyable slot. With top class graphics and a great sense of humor, you’ll enjoy this game from the very start, although it only gets better when the wins start coming your way. The exploding symbols format makes for a slot where the wins can quickly build up, especially when those multipliers start to rise. It’s even better during the feature round when those multipliers become oversized, making this a feature you’ll certainly want to strive for.