Free 7 Sins slot
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7 Sins slot is based around the 7 Deadly Sins of Greed, Sloth,Envy etc. which makes the theme unusual - no dragons, animals or cartoons (yawn!) here! The game is 5-reels and 3-rows 243-ways and has a number of unique characteristics. There are card symbols like diamonds rather than the usual J, Q and K for the lower pays and the 7 Sins form the rest. All symbols are single-stacked.
7 Sins slot has Wilds in the form of 7's. This is where the first quirk occurs, as there are Double 7 Wilds on reels 2 and 4 and the rest are single. This means you can get 6 and 7-of-a-kind wins which are quite substantial - 7 of any of the Sins pays 100-250x stake! You have golden chests as scatters which may invoke one of the Sins, Greed when 3 or more land....
Should 2 scatters appear and thus no trigger, you get a graphic of the 7 Sins using their allure to tempt you. Choose one and you'll get nothing, 2-15x stake or the third scatter. A nice touch to make the usual doom of 2 scatters more interesting.
Now, either via the 7 Sins or 3 scatters straight in, you get the free games. There are 7 of them and each Sin is frozen stacked on the middle reel in turn. The outside 4 reels spin slowly and you may collect a decent win or nothing, literally, as aside from the Sin symbol for that spin, the reels are blank with no Wilds either! The first spin is at 1x and each successive spin raises it once so the final spin is at 7x multiplier.
7 Sins slot had had some thought put into it by Playn' Go and has a decent 96.28% RTP. The volatility is on the high side of medium and getting a minimum of 100x stake for a 7-of-a-kind is an indicator of this. The bonus round is slowed down as it would be over quite quickly otherwise but can offer large pays. It's always good to see alternative ideas being put into slots for a change and it has similarities in theme with Genesis Gaming's Seven Deadly Sins. As for 7 Sins, no vanity here, maybe just a little envy...