Super Star Turns 2 slot review
Super Star Turns 2 slot from Barcrest is clearly modelled on IGT's Wheel Of Fortune model. To be precise, it's similar to the Triple Frenzy or the equally low-potential Triple Extreme Spin version although this game is not trademarked and uses a generic theme. The appearance represents the trappings of wealth like Cyptologic's old classic Millionaire's Club III and we listen to cheesy jazzy music that's annoyed viewers of TV game shows for decades, as we spin. Will we survive the manic musical racket here to see if this super star turns our bankroll around too?
On The Reels...
We have stacked symbols here and 40 lines over a grid of 5 reels of 3 rows each. The top pay is the single Wild at 250x stake for 5-of-a-kind, Ferrari 5x, Banknotes 3x, Champagne 2.5x and Pina Colada 2x. The three card values pay 1.5x Ace and 1x for K or Q. There are scatters on all reels with the game logo and absolutely no random modifiers here.
You can choose to spin at 20, 30 or 50.00 to buy a cluster of 5 spins only. if you do, the 5OAK pays above are raised 2x, 3x or 5x respectively except for the 250x for 5 Wilds which rises to 500x bet in all three Big Bet amounts. In all cases your scatters rise to 2-rows high, on the 30.00 bet you get enhanced prizes on the Star Turns Wheel, and the 50.00 raises them yet again.
Star Turns Bonus
Three or more scatters will trigger this. You have a Green Wheel, Blue and finally Red. You begin on green for the basic 3 scatters and naturally 4 or 5 scatters will trigger the blue or red one respectively.
Green Wheel - offers upgrade to Blue Wheel or 4-8 Free Games.
Blue Wheel - offers upgrade to Red Wheel, cash 20-50x bet or 8-12 free games.
Red Wheel - offers cash of 250-500x bet or 25-50 free games.
The above is self explanatory aside from the free spins. These have the card values removed from the reels and there is no retrigger but a stacked scatter appears on reel 5 which awards 1,2 or 3 extra spins depending on how much of it is in view.
Super Star Turns 2 slot is pretty mediocre and if you do play the game, make sure it's at basic stakes and not the terrible Big Bet amounts! You get only 94% RTP if you do as opposed to 96 or 98% on the Big Bets but it's the only way you'll see anything of significance in relation to your bet. To be frank, forget any wins at all of real consequence unless your feature upgrades to the top Red Wheel as the lower 2 wheels are complete unexciting dross. The base game simply has no potential unless you fluke a Wild line and the music is excruciatingly terrible and nearly had me quitting before even the poor game play did. At least we know something for sure - this Super Star cannot take a turn for the worse...