Free Top Dawg$ slot
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Top Dawg$ slot by Relax Gaming has a dollar sign in the name which gives a clue as to where the theme lies. It's a scruffy Miami back street behind the reels, some naff 1980's Miami Vice style synth music and zany sound effects to complement the 'dawgs' here. Don't worry, we haven't the lady-bait slushy look that WMS' OMG! Puppies slot or Betsoft's Puppy Love slots offer up nor the inane appearance of Pragmatic's Dog House Megaways slot, here it's more adult - slightly. So can we collar a big win or two here for our bankroll or will it go walkies?
There are 15 pay lines over 5 reels of 3 rows on Top Dawg$ slot with the card values stacked and the Dog premiums single. The Red Bulldog or Wild gives the top 5-of-a-kind win at 30x bet, Pink Poodle 25x, Green Bassett 20x, Blue Chihuahua 15x with four card values all at 2x for each full line. You can get Car bonus symbols on all reels too. No modifiers so on with the main events.
Land the rare Mystery symbol on reel 5 for re-spins. It will remain in view and you will re-spin the other 14 positions until the reels offer up no more Mystery symbols, as that's all you can get here. Once no more get added, yes, they all reveal the same symbol for a win.
You get 8, 10 or 12 for 3, 4 or 5 scatters respectively. No retriggers, but any scatters landing will add +1 spin each to the remainder. Your enhancement here is that all Wilds are sticky and every scatter landing will add a 1x multiplier to those sticky Wilds too with any particular Wild limited to 7x. Your bonus is capped at 25,000x here and in some jurisdictions you can buy the trigger for 90x bet.
Sometimes simple is best and I can see the logic behind Top Dawg$ slot with its 96.10% RTP. The game though is rather dull to play for any length of time with little potential in the base game to keep you going. The bonus isn't too hard to land but is over very quickly usually and due to its volatility is pretty dire 75% of the time so I would be very careful regarding the feature purchase. I don't know about top dawg, I would say it's more a case of doggone...