Home Take 5 and Have a Go at This Bally Wulff Slot
A lot of slot players love complex slots that deliver all kinds of perks, features and special elements to keep things interesting. But even these players generally like to get back to basics every now and then.
Take 5 is a more traditional-looking slot, with a distinctly-classic theme. As you will see, it has a very basic layout and they haven’t done very much at all with the design. Does that mean it really isn’t worth playing, though? Let’s find out.
Okay, so you have three reels here, but this is a 3x3 layout so you do have more than just one payline in action. There is a maximum of five lines to contend with if you want to bet on the lot.
The smallest bet you can make is 50 coins on each line, making a 250-coin total bet to play them all. You can then opt to go up to 10,000 coins on each line, making the total bet 50,000 coins. We’re assuming the minimum coin is a cent, although it doesn’t make this too clear.
There is only one symbol that is different in this classic game, and that is the potential appearance of a win repeater wheel. This can appear if you get an entire grid of nine specific fruits appearing. These can be nine blueberries, nine lemons, nine oranges or nine cherries. You then see the repeater wheel that gives you up to five repeated wins in a row.
Not as such – other than the wheel mentioned above, of course. This is the only special feature this slot game has.
As you can see, this game is a bit different from the usual three-reel slots. While the design is nothing but basic, you will be glad to see smooth gaming, a wide variety of bets and of course the addition of a wheel. This could get you more wins, so it is the one thing you will be looking for when you play.
Other than that, the game is really a bit too formulaic to play for too long. Try it out, but expect to move on to something else after a short while.