Trillionaire Slot slot review
Trillionaire slot by Red Tiger raises the monetary extremes of the wealth theme to another level. Glamourous girls fill the reels over a bejewelled background here in this Fashion TV sponsored game. Not a new idea, riches have always been used to tempt players as we have seen in the past with those classic old Cryptologic editions, Millionaire's Club and in my view the less playable Millionaire's Club 3 slot. Of course, we mustn't forget BTG's Who Wants to be a Millionaire but as with the previous 2, you're unlikely to win a million on it. Can we see even a tiny fraction of this glamour falling on to our bankroll?
On the reels...
There are 20 line over 5 reels of 4 rows each with stacked symbols on Trillionaire slot. There are 5 model symbols with the yellow paying 7.5x for a 5-of-a-kind, purple 4.5x, blue 4.3x, red 3.9x and turquoise 3.5x. The four gems pay either 1 or 0.8x and there are two different scatters appearing on the odd reels. If a model appears in full over all 4 rows she will turn into a stacked Wild and may randomly nudge to fill all 4 rows. If you do get a full screen of Wilds they pay 10x bet or a whopping 200x for a full screen. Wow, just wow.
Landing these wheel scatters on reels 1, 3 and 5 will award a layered wheel. You get either 5x or move in on the outer wheel, 10 or 30x or move in on the next, 50 or 100x or move in on the third and if you do move in to the centre, 1000x is yours.
Free spins scatters again on reels 1, 3 and 5 awards 8 free games. Select one supermodel who will always nudge in to become a stacked Wild for the duration. Only the supermodels now appear on the reels and the ones not chosen will still become Wild if appearing fully. No retriggers or extra spins alas.
Trillionaire slot has a RTP of 95.76% and does actually look quite nice with great graphics and especially animations. The base game is pretty average unless getting lucky with the Wild reels and the wheel feature is pretty forgettable unless you get to the third level or indeed the top prize. Free games are quite exciting though visually and tend to pay a reasonable amount although overall the game is pretty low in volatility and big wins unlikely. If you accept that the diamonds here are actually paste, you may enjoy a spin...