The Ruby Megaways slot review
The Ruby Megaways slot by iSoftBet is a clone. A clone of Shining King Megaways, like their Neptune's Fortune slot is a clone of Fu Fortunes Megaways. It's also identical to Blueprint Gaming's Diamond Mine. We have retro casino slot symbols, gentle hotel reception music and a plain background to what could well turn out to be a plain game alas. So will this ruby prove to be a gem for our bankroll, or not?
On the reels...
Yes, we get 324-117,649-ways to win as there's 6 reels of 2-7 rows each with a top scroll of 4 single symbols on The Ruby Megaways slot. The symbols can be stacked and single with Wilds only appearing on the top row and Bonus scatters on all reels. The 6-of-a-kind pays are on the same scale as say Bonanza slot with Ruby 50x bet, Dollar 7.5x, Money Bag or Bell 2x, Red or Blue 7 1.75x, Cherry or Black Bar 1x and Blue Bar 0.9x, Yellow Bar 0.8x. You can get random mystery symbol stacks landing on any spin, which do not guarantee a win.
You need 4 bonus symbols for 12 free spins with +5 for any landing over the four necessary. You can get 3 or 4 of them on the top scroll now for a +5 or +10 spin retrigger. You get an increasing multiplier for ever winning tumble starting at 1x and increasing by that amount. Same old.
The Ruby Megaways slot had a 96.50% RTP and is simply yet another copy of Bonanza but with mystery symbols added, like Diamond Mine and numerous other games have. You cannot fault the mechanic and the big win potential, but do we need yet another version? The appearance makes it seem dulled down and the symbols are harsh on the eyes, music tedious. Sorry, this isn't a gem of a slot at all...Review by Gamingslots