Fishin’ Frenzy. Sounds like a tabloid newspaper headline about the overfishing of cod in the North Sea doesn’t it? Well, it’s not, it’s a slot game, alright?! Jesus, man. Lighten up.
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Right, for any vegetarian’s reading, I’m sorry, okay, I was made to write this by the powers that be. I don’t hate little fishies, honestly I don’t, but on my own, I’m powerless to resist the puppet master who controls our every thought and our every step.
For you carnivores and pescatarians, ignore that last paragraph, I’m well on your side. Fishing is an age-old human tradition. Jesus loved his fish, and how can you not be on his side? Fishin’ Frenzy just buys into that innate human love and desire.
And with it, you’re treated to wonderful visuals, a complimentary soundtrack, and silky smooth animations. Plus the wins are excellent and there’s a nice little bonus round to boot.
When it comes to symbols they’re all, of course, related to fishing with an albatross (who’s eating a fish), a fishing rod, a life ring, a box of fish, fish, plus the traditional A’s, K’s, Q’s, J’s and 10’s.
The best paying symbol is the albatross which pays out 2,000/1 should you hit five in a row. To trigger the bonus round you need to hit three scatter symbols on any of the five reels.
The bonus round on Fishin’ Frenzy just consists of free spins – if you hit 3 scatters you get 10 free spins, if you hit 4 you get 15, and hit 5 you get 20.
You can’t bet on individual lines on Fishin’ Frenzy, but you can bet between 40p and £40 per spin. The house edge is a decent 3.88%.
There is an autoplay feature too which has a number of autostop options.
Fish. Love ’em or hate ’em, they’ve been on this Earth for a lot longer than human’s, but thanks to global consumerism, they won’t be around for much longer. Oops, sorry, wrong article.
Fishin’ Frenzy then, what a game! What a life! What a world! Top visuals, lovely sounds, great animations, and wonderful payouts. Can you improve on than that?
No, no you can’t. So leave your morals at the door and jump on the fishing hype because you definitely expect something that’s 530 million years old to have developed the ability to walk and talk by now. The useless, gill-bearing, aquatic craniate, cretins.
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Author: Tom M.
Tom has been creating online content for over 10 years now starting way back as a small, impressionable 16-year-old. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.