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shadow123

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Mar 19, 2008
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midlands
Gotta say Barcrest have really excelled themselves with Drops of Gold.
Never thought they could achieve such a level of shittyness,the everything about game is abolutely dire,
crappy concept, crappy graphics, and abysmal play profile,played for 30 mins returning 47%.
Never got the bonus and never will now.
If they had given it some thought, the dropping feature could have been quite good,should have put
mystery cash amounts or bonus symbols in the pots,anything to improve the rigged way they work now.
 

steveh35

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Aug 25, 2010
Location
doncaster
I played this last night got drops of gold constantly including a line win of them and got the bonus twice it's better than some of the leprauchan rainbow riches games
 

dunover

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PABnononaccred
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May 22, 2012
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the bus shelter, opposite GCHQ Benhall
It's shit. Very shit. I reviewed this the other day, another BigBullshit (BigBets) slot and if you're lucky it rains down stacks of pots on the reels which turn to wilds. the bonus buy is far less volatile than on most BB slots though, the RTP is a standard 94.00-97.75, the higher figure being attained on max 50 quid BB's.
 

TimArmstrong

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Dec 27, 2015
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I was "lucky" enough to get the bonus 2 times. Paid around x10/x20 bet. Balance went down with about 30 and then gave up. No excitement, nothing. Pointless game.
 

Jd666

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CAG
mm4
Joined
Apr 9, 2012
Location
Republic Of West Yorkshire
I had to give this a try.

Eventually got the bonus with 3 gold pots coming down and a scatter already on the reels.
Still only gave me 8 spins.

3.3x

Fook off POS

Drops of gold, more like crocks of shit
 

Lemon

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Mar 14, 2017
Location
Skinton-on-sea
Personally I cannot stand Barcrest's games these days. The casual player gets penalised by the reduced RTP% on lower stakes, and the Big Bets are ridiculously expensive, in line with the shit you can get in UK betting shops. As novel as some of their ideas might be, they are often incredibly complicated with about 30 help pages to wade through. Gameplay is slow and laboured and the lack of autoplay compounds the issue. The game might be really good, if you're prepared to get that far.

But how about this latest offering, Drops of Gold? Well I loaded it up and an error box appeared, so I couldn't actually play it. Sorry.
 

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