Free Deadmau5 slot
Deadmau5 free play demo
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Deadmau5 slot by Microgaming is a club music themed game along the lines of Stakelogic's Hardwell slot and has a neon mouse as it's main symbol. A dance floor fills the background with the Mau in a suit by the left of the reels and of course we get the musical soundtrack we would expect of the topic while we play. It looks fine but sadly as we will discover, it's a clone of a slot Microgaming already invented and made clones of over again, so originality is absent here. Will our bankroll have a squeak of a chance here or end up dead as the title infers?
We have 243-ways to win on Deadmau5 slot therefore 5 reels of 3 rows each. Winning symbols are replaced from above in a Rolling Reels format and they are single on the reels except for the Wild which appears super-stacked on reels 3, 4 and 5. Mau Logo scatters appear on all reels and are the best 5-of-a-kind at 250x bet, then the female dancers pay 10x for the Red, 5x Green, 4x Purple, 3.5x Blue, 3x Yellow with four card suits paying 2.5 down to 1.6x for a full way. You can get a random Drop The Wild feature whereby a reel from 2, 3 or 4 will turn Wild with a guaranteed win but when this hapens the Rolling Reels are disabled.
You will get 15, 20 or 25 for 3, 4 or 5 scatters respectively. You cannot retrigger them and cannot get the random Drop The Wild during them. What you do get though is an increasing multiplier for the successive wins occurring in the same spin, displayed above the reels. It goes 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10x resetting each free game. Microgaming tell us we can win up to 2,100x bet on the game. Whoopee.
Microgaming gave up the ghost as a decent innovative developer years ago, using in-house smaller studios to mostly rehash old formulas and mechanics. This is exactly what we get here, despite looking and sounding nice - it's a clone of Cricket Star slot which is in turn a clone of Basketball Star slot which is a clone of Hockey Star slot (repeat until range is exhausted.) Why they even bothered with modernizing an ancient game is beyond me but this is the pinnacle of Microgaming's achievements in recent years. Even the RTP of 95.22% is sub-par. Never mind Deadmau, what about 'deadbeat'...