Would you believe the symbol set in the Gold Fish slots game even includes one of those nets that the dude at the pet store uses to catch your choice of fish? Seriously? You couldn’t have put in a trigger fish or a seahorse or something? Come on! At this point, the game designers probably just should have given up and leaned on the mundane A-K-Q-J-10 symbols again.
How do you play the Gold Fish slot game?
The titular gold fish (sic) is wild, while the fish food can – the *fish food can*, guys! – is a scatter that in typical fashion launches the “Fish Feature” round when the player hits three or more in a single spin. Said feature round may be a “pick ‘em” bonus game that awards cash prizes, or the game may simply just pick a prize of coinage to award the player.
What th—? You mean the Gold Fish slot has no free spins?
That’s right. No free spins are included in the Gold Fish slot game. Aside from the wagering, fewer and fewer reasons appear good enough to actually give this slot a try…
So what’s up with that extra 10-payline “Feature Bet”?
This is straight from the instructions to this slots game: "The Fish Feature Bet is an additionally forced wager of 10 times the bet per line amount." That’s the explanation given.
Seriously? A *forced” additional wager? What is this, a tax? As though this slot weren’t lame enough already, now I’m paying 40% more per bet on the off-chance I might hit the bonus round *and* that the bonus round recoups all past forced wagers as well?
Look, we know that online slots are a game of luck, but why pay extra for the privilege of gambling? Many slots out there are flat-out better than this one and provide well more bang for your buck than this poor effort. Go ahead, try it here for free and you’ll see what we mean…