Reel Rush - NetEnt Slot (July)

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Reel Rush


NetEnt Says:


Reel Rush™, one of the most innovative video slots to hit the online market this year offers players a chance to experience a level of win anticipation unheard of in online casino gaming.

Features include Wild substitutions, re-spins and Free Spins with 3125 Ways to Win. Re-spins in Reel Rush™ create chances for massive wins, with increasing Ways to Win on each re-spin.

Reel Rush™ is a game that is guaranteed to catch the attention of the online casino community, satisfying and captivating any player who takes a spin on the reels.
 
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the background graphics, music and even the sounds of changing the bet size are definitely all very mario inspired :) looks interesting and with 3125 ways to win i'm guessing it has some big hits in it :)
 

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Interesting indeed!

The big hit that induces the free spins is only +/- 325x bet, and the video goes from 8 free spins to 0 free spins :)what:) in two frames, without an extra pay, but hey: i see big hit potential:)

I suspect this is exactly the mix between starburst and dead or alive some have been anticipating...:cool:
 

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Love the theme and the music, if they've actually remembered to, y'know, put some pays in there this time, could be an interesting slot....
 

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I agree with everyone here, it looks promising. I'll wait to see the pay table though as we've been burned by NetEnt in the past. If the win potential is there, I could finally have another NetEnt slot to play and this is exciting.

It appears to have different feel attached to it than the bunch of crap that they released in the last year (Thief/Muse/EggOmatic/Disco Spins/Elements/Lucky Angler/Wild Turkey). With a good pay table, it could succeed where Space Wars and Silent Run failed (different games but still with piss poor pay tables).
 

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I suspect this is exactly the mix between starburst and dead or alive some have been anticipating...:cool:

I can see the Starburst inspiration (graphics and sounds), now let's hope that they actually managed to put some DoA in it! I understand that not all players are from CM, but for Christ' sake if they read the comments here they must know what "hardcore" players want. There's a reason why people talk about slots like IR and DoA all the time but don't talk about Muse or Thief.
 

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Love the theme and the music, if they've actually remembered to, y'know, put some pays in there this time, could be an interesting slot....

Yes if they've put some pays on the table ;)

I'm going to keep a close eye on this thread. Might be a Netent slot that I'll actually play.
 

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i Would not get my hopes up for mega wins. It seems to have the same max win as Wild Rockets, Which is 960xBet

480000 coins max win , min bet of 0.50. 480/0.50=960xBet
if you watch the video you can see at the start it says 1Euro bet with coin size of 0.02. which means min bet of 0.50. so i think this is right.

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960x sucks with that many paylines, but what i did catch is to win the feature they just copied elements win xx times in a row, i can see that happening all the time and then just no wins before it triggers driving you mad in the long run.
 

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A 3125-way slot with a 960x maximum pay is, if anything, a recipe for horrible frustration.

I dread to think how much a vapid sound and light show we're going to be forced to endure for shitty wins of 100x stake or less.
 

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i feel like this will be just as frustrating as the Kiss slot that WMS released a while back, that game seemed like higher variance then games like zeus, but still had a max pay of only 500x.
the RTP must be similar, but when you play it, it just feels like you are risking more for less.
 

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i feel like this will be just as frustrating as the Kiss slot that WMS released a while back, that game seemed like higher variance then games like zeus, but still had a max pay of only 500x.
the RTP must be similar, but when you play it, it just feels like you are risking more for less.

That's the inherent problem with slots that have a massive number of winlines, the more you increase the lines, the less the pays are worth and the more you add to the 'all mouth and no trousers' aspect of things.

I'm on a bit of a charge at 3Dice this month and I'm really rather enjoying slots with an old-school 9-30 lines. Even their 243-way slot Kyoko's Quest works more like a traditional slot than a 243-wayer because there are no stacked wilds.

I'll certainly take a look at Reel Rush when it's released for the theme if nothing else, but my feeling based on what we know so far is I won't be depositing for real to play it.....
 

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960x max and €0.50 minimum bet is a disgrace. NetEnt should just go ahead and remove DoA and Real Steel from their game selection since they allow big wins on small bets and this is clearly not in line with their "we don't want low rollers to cash out" philosophy.
 

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960x max and €0.50 minimum bet is a disgrace. NetEnt should just go ahead and remove DoA and Real Steel from their game selection since they allow big wins on small bets and this is clearly not in line with their "we don't want low rollers to cash out" philosophy.

well i don't agree completely with this, i assume they are producing games that they think the consumers will like. And a lot of players may prefer the lower variance games simply because their money lasts longer.

And i am guessing they look at what is popular when they decide what to make next, and probably get's input from different casino managers.I assume Netent reads casinomeiser, so maybe they will make another game similar to DoA(please do).

All games are in the casinos favor no matter the variance, so they will win in the end.
I have Won a lot on DoA , but i have lost even more, i do prefer high variance games though.
 

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well another netent slot im going to have too remember not to play. golden shamrock is just about the only slot i'll touch at netent and thats only if the casino has given me a nice bonus. i dont play netent otherwise and have self excluded myself from a fair few so im not tempted to deposit.

im not really all that surprised by this new low paytable high bet slot and with their recent eggomatic addition and now this. which is a shame as netent is a software provider i actually trust but most of their games are crap.
 

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well i don't agree completely with this, i assume they are producing games that they think the consumers will like. And a lot of players may prefer the lower variance games simply because their money lasts longer.

Not always true (Space Wars will go through my bankroll a lot faster than DoA, for example).

Also, when almost all of the RTP is distributed in the 5x to 100x range, your chances of winning are extremely low. It's easier to double your bankroll, but you'll rarely cash out.
 

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Not always true (Space Wars will go through my bankroll a lot faster than DoA, for example).

Also, when almost all of the RTP is distributed in the 5x to 100x range, your chances of winning are extremely low. It's easier to double your bankroll, but you'll rarely cash out.

I agree with you on this, there are some games that just seem to eat your bankroll without ever giving back.
Spacewars is an odd one though, i think max win there is 1000x, so not really a low variance game.(i found it to be Boring, just like elements and EggoMatic).

What i meant was in general games with a lot of small wins that give you playtime, seems to be more popular than the high variance ones that either gives you nothing or gives you a mega win.
 

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The problem with 'The Netent profile' is that the big wins that can save a session for a low-roller either don't exist at all or are so incredibly rare that they may as well not exist.

Other softwares manage to create slots right across the variance range but even on their lower variance offerings have some big wins in there that can be very valuable to a low-roller.
 
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