Instead of your usual paylines and reels, this slot invites us into a world that we didn’t even know existed within the “slot” landscape. There are 49 balls available to pick from and you need to swipe to make your selection. There are 43 good balls and six bad ones, and you need to find all of the good balls in order to take home the tasty jackpot – but one bad ball means it’s all over.
The return to player (RTP) percentage is important to slot players across the globe and that’ll even be true for some who decide to give Boss The Lotto a go. The reported RTP for this one comes in at 94.50% which is way below the industry average, but with medium volatility, you never know what could be coming around the next corner.
You can bet between $€£1 and $€£10 to start off with in this slot which, as we all know, is just a little bit crazy. From there anything is possible because if you bet the full $€£10, you could leave with $€£5,000,000. Yes, seriously.
This Deal or no Deal style builds the tension and heightens the sense of occasion really nicely, to the point where we’d be surprised if you didn’t feel unbelievably tense while playing this.
If you can find six good balls straight away, the cash button will flash which gives you the opportunity to cash out and take your winnings – which would’ve been doubled. From there you can carry on and risk it for a chocolate biscuit, knowing one mistake could mean it’s all over.
In short, it’s the definition of what we’ve all come to expect from game shows, but instead, it’s being presented in a slot format. That’s going to be odd to some and outright weight to others but as long as you catch on quickly, the lack of wilds and scatters isn’t going to be too much of a factor.