Toys of Joy in real casino
Having long since established themselves a reputation for creating some of the most colourful and vibrant slots in the industry such as the Nuts Commander slot, UC8 have certainly cranked the cuteness factor up a notch with Toys Of Joy, a five-reel, 25-payline game based on a classic carnival claw game.
Like most titles in the software company’s catalogue, Toys Of Joy is a fairly simple game that foregoes the fancy trappings of multiple bonus rounds and complicated wild systems in favour of providing a playing experience that is both quick to learn and fun to get to grips with.
On this occasion, however, UC8 have made a significant effort to make the game feel a bit different from the other titles in their range by including a bonus feature that transports you away from the main reels and over to a claw game, where you can quite literally grab some prizes in real casino.
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Aside from the bonus feature – which we’ll get to later – the rules that underpin Toys Of Joy are fairly simple. The game features 25 fixed paylines and allows players to wager anywhere between $0.10 and $10 per line, meaning the minimum bet per spin is $2.50 and the maximum is $250.
Regular payouts vary from as little as 2x your bet per line for matching three purple sweet combinations all the way up to a juicy 500x your stake for matching five hippo toys. These wins can be enhanced further whenever a wild symbol substitutes for a regular symbol on a winning payline, with a 3x multiplier available when two are used and a massive 7x multiplier for three or more free slots.
Beyond that, there’s really very little in Toys Of Joy to get your head in a spin. The game offers a 95% return to player statistic, with most of the bigger wins triggered during the free spins feature.
- Toys of Joy spillegenskaper
- Spillnavn Toys of Joy
- RTP 96%
- Variasjon other
- Maksinnsats 125000
- Minsteinnsats (maksinnsats) 250
- Oppsett 5x3
- Gevinstlinjer 25
- Støttede enheter datamaskin, mobil
- Teknologi HTML5
- Lansert 15.09.2016